Understanding the Grays with Jason Reza Jorjani

Understanding Grays is an enigma to contactees and ufologists.

There are those times when you know that something is clicking, it’s working. We received a voicemail from Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove regarding his most recent interview with Dr. Jorjani. It was surprising to say the least. Dr. Mishlove has discussed many things on his show New Thinking Allowed, with some attention paid to extraterrestrial races occasionally.

High strangeness and strange encounters have evolved our experience beyond the fearful impressions that the unknown often evokes in humans. Still, we tend to view things only from a human-centric perspective. How could we not? But, can we move beyond it?

Conversations That Matter

The conversation covers much more than you might expect and goes deeper into the history of many well-known explorers of associated events with various types of what we’ve called extraterrestrials. Perhaps they are interdimensional, ultradimensional or extradimensional and we just don’t have a reference point for which to determine an appropriate label.

There are a number of races interacting with us. A quick Google search might even reveal names of star systems from which they may come. Are they us in the future or, more likely, are they reaching out to us because all planetary civilizations go through certain process in their evolution toward higher types of civilizations, as in the Kardashev scale. They have been through the process already and seek to share with us the wisdom garnered.

The aspect of fearing ‘what is,’ that which is beyond our experience or understanding, is crucial to our ability to withstand the confrontation of a new experience beyond human. The transformation is, in essence, recognizing the consciousness we carry in these bodies. The aspects of self-actualization and self-realization may indeed be the process of becoming aware of the fact. It can be said that we are cosmic consciousness condensed into form.

The Business of Beings

Perhaps the beings, whether physical or pure energy, hold the key to understanding and just want to share, helping us to emerge into a more evolved form, not necessarily from out of the future but in the present with an expanded awareness we have yet to understand.

Linear thinking has limited us, kept us in the human-centric point of view. We are more. Perhaps non-linear thinking might allow us to consider the interesting fact that in the table of elements, there is only one element that does not have a proton, electron and neutron configuration of some sort, indicating the potential of the ‘trinity’ from the macro being present in the micro. Hydrogen is both the bonding agent for our DNA and it powers our sun. There is a potential correlation there, perhaps.

The idea of being able to ‘take’ the gift being offered us, as Jason refers to the message given by the Grays, is to withstand the fear while embracing the love or new living conditions that appear to be the prudent path to a new world order of harmony among people and planet. The Grays understand the necessity to be in harmony with the universe, a step beyond people and planet. It would seem, from historical accounts and the conversation with Jeffrey and Jason, that moving beyond the human-centric view is essential.

Seeing Clearly

Imagery presented during experiences are relative to our ability to perceive the message as it is intended. Jason mentions that Whitley’s understanding of the Wolfen was they were precursors to the appearance of the Grays. How many subtle, or not so subtle, hints are we offered in our own experiences as precursors to something else because we wouldn’t be able to handle the direct approach? I’d imagine that most contactees and even preverts would acknowledge that they’ve experienced similar paths to understanding.

Being gifted a new world if we can take it, for me, has nothing to do with stealing. The polarity of either giving or taking is, again, human-centric. What if it just ‘IS’? The gift alludes to the progression of human consciousness beyond our current constraints, fear-based models. Can we handle it? Can we drop the fear of the unknown so embedded in our mental processing?

So far there is no definitive answer for the ‘missing link’ and perhaps the form needed to evolve in order to house a larger brain with the capacity for self-awareness and more. Like many species on Earth that have experienced ‘evo-leaps’ or mutations into different forms more capable of handling the environment they are in is consistent with this possibility. No genetic manipulation, from outside, was or is necessary let alone actually done. It was a natural thing.

We’re All the Same

Carbon is both life-giving and and life-taking in certain forms. We are carbon-based beings. Nanostring technology offer next-level computing. Too much carbon in our air destroys life. Not that I’m a religious person, but like Jason I look for patterns and similarities in historical accounts. It occurred to me that the number of man, 666, is perhaps the carbon atom. It is a number of knowledge and wisdom, or so we are informed just prior. There is a perfected human, perhaps the imago Jason notes. Perhaps the next missing link we are discovering is the evo-leap of consciousness beyond fear, beyond the constraints of human-centric perception.

Tricksters have always been present in the evolution of our lives, like the Archons of old, who are really benign or benevolent, but because of their teasing and testing of our faith we often see them as malevolent. Any time we are confronted and forces to think or have faith, we project a sense of evil on the one presenting the challenge. They aren’t really, but we sure think so. It is the surrender of will to the Divine (something greater than our personal will), the release to unconditional love or where perfect love eliminates all fear that we seek to reside.

The idea of these visitors being refugees seems logical from Jason’s point of view, but I’ve never encountered the idea of any kind of refugee program. I do, however, agree they are attempting to nurture us into something greater than we are currently. A long time from now we may be able to visit other worlds as easily as they do, but we have to learn to get along here first. Everything hinges on that activity, which is a ‘gift’ – poison to the dominant culture.

In conclusion, the interview was excellent in cross-referencing material and people who’ve sought to understand the nature and purpose of these encounters. The open-minded approach to possibilities was engaging, yet fell short of the greater view I thought was possible. Human-centrism is a challenge we are being asked to overcome in order to understand a much bigger picture, imho. Perhaps further discussions like this will help pave the way.

Prince EA and the Potif’s Space-Based Weapons Case

Space-Based Weapons?

Prince EA has some really poignant pieces about space-based weapons. Are we really under a threat from space? Great question. What do we really see in the world to date? There are no covert or overt attempts to conquer. If that were the case, they’ve had thousands of years to do so. Our society is much too free, even out of control at present, to consider we’re in any kind of takeover.

On the other hand, we’ve witnessed numerous signs and symbols, from shutting off nuclear missile silos to amazingly intricate crop circles to reports of craft posing no threat that indicate a sense of peacefulness and perhaps even encouragement for us humans to find some way of learning how to get along. We have a tendency to turn our weapons on ourselves.

Bias of the Bothered

There are many false claims, even well-written documentation, that, when you study it deeply, you’ll find it is fear-based. Many attempts are made to couch it in some kind of peaceful rhetoric. It is not. People tend to be most affected by fear-based activity, so it is easily perceived as true. Howard Bloom, in The Lucifer Principle, cited concrete examples from history

Now, although I don’t have terrestrially-significant proof (using the five senses), I’ve been engaged by many non-human intelligences in myriad forms since childhood. Not too many people really take me seriously, although my professional life is quite grounded and respected. It is what it is and, like the trend, I seek to be transparent and risk much in doing so. I know my experience, my truth.

What I know to be true is the encouragement and support from all the non-human intelligence for us to learn how to get along and to figure out how to live in harmony with each other and the Earth, as it is conscious, too. Consciousness permeates everything and has a universal order; a natural order of the process of entropy (chaos) to harmony (order) that is ‘timeless’ in its progress.

Our Choices

Free will allows us to be destructive. It is a choice born of fear. Free will also allows us to be present, in the moment, fearless and serene. I think the latter is a far better choice and supports the notion of loving and being loved – that which truly drives the bus in us all. Now that is a mind-blowing experience I’d rather have, wouldn’t you?

Those in space have no need for war. Their technology was developed from millennia of evolving toward understanding universal principles. Lower vibrations, like we as humans entertain constantly in books, the media, movies and television, are impossible to experience in a state of consciousness/evolution that allows that kind of travel.

Robert Bigelow presents an Opportunity of a Lifetime

What do we really know in a lifetime?

Robert Bigelow presents an Opportunity of a Lifetime. This is very significant to demonstrate the seriousness of the subject. An independent researcher, a billionaire in fact, might have some answers to the questions many have about the ET presence on Earth. That isn’t to say go watch GaiaTV’s episode. It’s more than that. It’s an opportunity of a lifetime for us, potentially.

Opportunity of a Lifetime

It would seem, through deductive logic even, that perhaps this presence and our willingness to engage it might provide answers to the problems we face as a planetary civilization and offer solutions for sustainability. Certainly these advanced intelligences have weathered many storms, perhaps thousands or even millions of years ago.

Can we move beyond the past paradigms and prejudicial biases, the fears of the unknown, toward some unified front in learning how to get along and work together for the good of all? We’ve still got plenty of outliers who are determined to control and dominate populations, with many others warning us of the potential of ETs wanting to do the same.

The reality is that dominant cultures in human history have been controlled by a few elites. Many of the existing systems on Earth appear to be in the same situation currently. Humans tend to project their barbaric history upon other cultures that may or may not adhere to their beliefs. Do they make it so simply by believing or is there a possibility that the belief systems are completely wrong?

When one clears out the cobwebs in their consciousness and resides in the place of no fear, willing to expose themselves to the truth… what’s there? Is it what we’ve called ‘love’ or a freedom unsurpassed in our experience of life? Is it a sense of unity of all things, including whatever intelligence we are perceiving in the moment? Would that lead to harmony among people and planet or the destruction of our world?

More here: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/bigelow-aerospace-founder-says-commercial-world-will-lead-in-space/

Emergence And The Quest For Extraterrestrial Understanding

Is the underlying phenomena that drive UFOlogy an emergent phenomenon? Is it created from singular parts with an illusion of a whole? Is it only real when looked at from a certain perspective? Is something in our common human experience now exerting new experiences and phenomena?

Is the source of all those fantastical UFO sightings off world vehicular constructions of a type unknown. Or is it more ephemeral, more ethereal, and all too human of a thing? Must consciousness be considered? What does that even mean?

We are in dark territory surrounded by black water on this one.

To describe an emergent phenomenon, we must assume that emergent phenomena exist objectively, which in the case of UFOlogy is a foregone conclusion. Mathematics and the logic that flows from it are key. When we say that a phenomenon is emergent, what we really mean (without knowing it) is that a phenomenon is emergent within some perceptual modality or experience. Without perception, a map or scope of some set of information is simply another set of information. Nothing ’emerges’, there is only data compression. No labeling scheme requires that we resort to extra-mathematical ’emergent’ properties just because such properties seem to accomplish labeling so efficiently in hindsight.

When we run a query on a database and return a row of data, we would not consider the sum of that data to be a macrostate which has emerged from microstates. To ’emerge’ we would need to invoke some kind of phenomenal sensory quality, such as a visual graph. Even then, it would only seem emergent if the graph appeared automatically like a chemical precipitate from the data. In reality what allows us to see an image based on data in a computer is not any software or math, it is not a computation at all, but rather a physical transduction from semiconductor to optical physics to neurochemistry to phenomenology. We can see, for instance, how a bunch of ball bearings would have the emergent phenomena similar to a lubricant, but no matter what scale monochrome pixels are viewed at, no color would emerge. The brain as a whole is on a different scale than neurons or ion channels, but no scale is any more logically likely to precipitate a feeling or flavor than any other.

For this reason, Emergence should not be considered an objective feature to be described by mathematics or logic, but rather it is an aesthetic feature which is grounded in awareness. Emergence is not coupled to some disembodied parameter called ‘scope’, instead, it is the direct presentation of the scoping qualities of consciousness which gives the impression of emergence. It may be more of a ‘divergence’ than an Emergence, as our senses may serve to filter out experiential phenomena subtractively as much as they construct sensations from physical microstates. Macrostates are no less real than microstates, and both are emergent ‘scopes’ within consciousness.

We Are Forever Disjointed. The map is not the territory.

Count Alfred Korzybski used this Structural Differential (image) to drive home his point that the map of a territory is not the territory. His book: Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics drove the point home with a vengeance. At an early age, his book introduced me to the semantic confusion that results when abstractions are confused with their associated physical objects.

Mathematical models of phenomena never replicate all of the features of the physical manifestation of the phenomena. Models select a subset of the observables of the phenomena and approximate their quantitative relationships. Endless arguments could be avoided except for confusion about the reality of these abstractions.

Phenomena itself is directly unreachable because whatever the phenomenon is, we can only access it by what it does. This includes observations, sounds, and even mathematical models. But the conglomerate of these expressions, both physical and symbolic, results in something we can circle and point to, that we can name and refer to, and then call upon to remember and think about.

All evidence is an expression. All expression is potential evidence.

To be less abstract:

We see something because it does what it needs to be seen. It emits or reflects photons.

We hear something because it does what it needs to be heard. It shakes and generates sound waves.

We feel something because it does what it needs to be felt. It carries weight.

And similarly,

We model something because it behaves in ways that can be mathematically modeled. It carries logical consistency.
Phenomena are the expressions of evidence with mathematical expressions being no exception.

The best we can do is rank expressions by their abstractness and their distances from their source. Math is more abstract than direct observation. But there is always a distance. Hence, they are equated, if for the only reason that they never meet. From molecules to atoms to quarks to strings, every time we overcome this distance, we have discovered something else. What’s more, different realities exist at every scale.

Discovering new worlds in pursuit of the core of our own is a feat, but then what does that make our reality? What does that make the conglomerate of all phenomena? An expression. It’s all one giant expression, and there is no is, there is only does.

Instead of using the term explaining phenomena, let’s exchange that with the term modeling phenomena. Because mathematics in itself doesn’t explain anything. It is language.

Mathematics is the most fundamental variety of truth. It comes before scientific truth (discovered empirically), before social truth (the facts about how we behave to each other and what myths we choose to believe), and way ahead of political truth (as in “The great leader is always correct.”). And here’s a shocking was to think about this. The statement “1 + 2 = 3” is true whether or not there is a God, and also true whether or not there are humans to think about it.

This is important to note. Mathematics is a language. But there are some fundamental differences between it and other non-mathematical languages. The most important one is the near lack of any ambiguity. Language often has words, phrases, etc. that can have many meanings in many different languages and those meanings are contextual.

The question is: How much of a message do I need to understand the message’s contents with no ambiguity?

In normal human languages, this could be a very long message to extract an exact meaning (longer than the message itself) and by increasing the complexity through increasing the length of the message (over-describe something) it can build in even more ambiguity (it is often not even possible to check to see if you got a meaning right). This concept can be illustrated with the current wave of dank-deconstructionist-ironic memes going around.

Mathematics is also a very compact language.

Because of the lack of ambiguity and compactness, mathematics is amazing to model all kinds of phenomena.

Even better, when dealing with the physical world, a model can be made where the error of collecting the data to create the model is observed and passed along to the model. This is very important in any science. A scientific fact is one where the observation (data) is assumed to have an error instead of just assuming something is right or wrong (which is what humans naturally do; seeing is believing). In other words: The burden of truth lies on the data collected and can be statistically measured. However, if someone tells someone else a statement, the burden of truth often lies with a person choosing to believe indirect observations “at face value”.

I humbly think that if the world had a better grasp on this, we could avoid many conflicts. Beliefs are fluid, they aren’t absolute in truthfulness. They can fall on a degree of truth, but humans often don’t see it that way. Belief is often not open to rational criticism nor is it updated to incorporate new observations. But scientific facts and mathematical models are known to improve as new observations are made, and that is the whole point. Finding a better model.

We will eventually find a reasonably accurate yet eternally incomplete model of what we call “UFO’s”. We will someday have the clarity of unambiguity in UFOlogy. It will take time. Frankly, I do not believe humans have even remotely come close to understanding what they seek. Let alone know how to ask the right questions to create a valid line of inquiry. We are just the dominant primate life on this planet. We dream of adequateness and worthiness of the delusions we tell ourselves. The Universe has no obligation to make sense to you.

Whether they come from inner space or outer space may not ultimately matter. The source of this phenomena will undoubtedly be more bizarre and unsettling than we can currently imagine. As the fleeting spark of humanity slowly evolves, the search and quest for truth may be our ultimate reward.

PEACE

Formal UFO Disclosure – The Big D coming soon?

Transparency is a buzz word being thrown around without much reality, yet we can speak our feelings and thoughts openly, right? Do we? Usually not, for fear of something. What?

Truth telling begins with an individual effort, an example that invites others to do the same. We haven’t been able to do that, yet. If we do that, then we can create an opening for others to do so. If we aren’t, then we cannot hope for others to do so.

ufo disclosure

What about beginning with the notion that there are no malevolent beings from elsewhere? If there were, we’d be living differently. We have a tremendous amount of freedom, yet there are some humans that are inhumane. Just like the excuses many religious folk use… the devil made me do it. No, it was a choice you made. Evil aliens are influencing our world? No, it is our choice to allow the conditions to exist.

There really does come a time that we must stand for something. Let’s stand for Truth! Now, what does that really mean? Even though we are taught that within the silence is the voice of being, how often to we go there to really listen? Even thought we know that consciousness is replete with harmony, how often do we strive to be examples of it?

Initial attempts at open contact and a willingness to share technology were met with deceit and reverse engineering for military purposes. If someone is going to show you who they are by such activity, believe them. In the game of life, you get one chance. If you have the keys given to you and screw it up, why should you have another?

We really don’t take things seriously here, except to carve out our own little niches and protect our secrets so we can have a nice life. We believe there is an omnipotent all-loving universe yet we act completely the opposite. Giorgio Piacenza is right, it is all about consciousness. What does that mean, though? Can it be studied empirically? Doubtful, yet it is replete with numbers, patterns and symbols.

Authority and conviction can be felt at the deepest levels of our being, in our gut. This is the center of indigenous consciousness, the intuition or connectedness we can feel with everything. Emerson once wrote, “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” The question is, “Why lie?”

‘Are we ready for a formal Big D?’ We can’t handle a little d yet, imho.