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    This has to be the most important info on all of Avalon. Indeed the whole planet.
    Thanks to all those that are making this known.


    Echoing the above, and bumping this thread for all new members....

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    This has to be the most important info on all of Avalon. Indeed the whole planet.
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    excellent book, very informative. does anyone have any information on deciphering the matrix? i saw one article on it here many years ago. the guy had a heart attack, was told by his doctor he would be dead in 6 months...... he went on to figure it out. i can't find it, and the hard drive i had it on is not operable. any help would be appreciated.

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    Thanks. I've downloaded it just now. I saw the word "tinnitus" and perked right up since I have had a lot of problems with it for YEARS! (It has been better lately, but I am still interested).
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    because i didn't read anything about solving the problem of being in the matrix, just pages and pages of fear porn. unless i'm missing something.

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    I don't know how I missed this very important thread. Thank you for the bump!!!! Just downloaded it, and continuing the

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    Public sector catching up and... remember that, for some, man is an animal:

    Animal brains connected up to make mind-melded computer


    Wires could take the hive mind to the next level (Image: John Lund/Getty)


    Two heads are better than one, and three monkey brains can control an avatar better than any single monkey. For the first time, a team has networked the brains of multiple animals to form a living computer that can perform tasks and solve problems.

    If human brains could be similarly connected, it might give us superhuman problem-solving abilities, and allow us to communicate abstract thoughts and experiences. "It is really exciting," says Iyad Rahwan at the Masdar Institute in Dubai, UAE, who was not involved in the work. "It will change the way humans cooperate."

    The work, published today, is an advance on standard brain-machine interfaces – devices that have enabled people and animals to control machines and prosthetic limbs by thought alone. These tend to work by converting the brain's electrical activity into signals that a computer can interpret.

    Miguel Nicolelis at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, and his colleagues wanted to extend the idea by incorporating multiple brains at once. The team connected the brains of three monkeys to a computer that controlled an animated screen image representing a robotic arm, placing electrodes into brain areas involved in movement.

    By synchronising their thoughts, the monkeys were able to move the arm to reach a target – at which point the team rewarded them with with juice.

    Brainet
    Then the team made things trickier: each monkey could only control the arm in one dimension, for example. But the monkeys still managed to make the arm reach the target by working together. "They synchronise their brains and they achieve the task by creating a superbrain – a structure that is the combination of three brains," says Nicolelis. He calls the structure a "brainet".

    These monkeys were connected only to a computer, not one another, but in a second set of experiments, the team connected the brains of four rats to a computer and to each other. Each rat had two sets of electrodes implanted in regions of the brain involved in movement control – one to stimulate the brain and another to record its activity.

    The team sent electrical pulses to all four rats and rewarded them when they synchronised their brain activity. After 10 training sessions, the rats were able to do this 61 per cent of the time. This synchronous brain activity can be put to work as a computer to perform tasks like information storage and pattern recognition, says Nicolelis. "We send a message to the brains, the brains incorporate that message, and we can retrieve the message later," he says.

    This is the way parallel processing works in computing, says Rahwan. "In order to synchronise, the brains are responding to each other," he says. "So you end up with an input, some kind of computation, and an output – what a computer does." Dividing the computing of a task between multiple brains is similar to sharing computations between multiple processors in modern computers, he says.

    Bypassing language
    "This is incredible," says Andrea Stocco at the University of Washington in Seattle, who was not involved in the project. "We are sampling different neurons from different animals and putting them together to create a superorganism."

    Things could get even more interesting once we are able to connect human brains. This will probably only be possible when better non-invasive methods for monitoring and stimulating the brain have been developed.

    "Once brains are connected, applications become just a matter of what different animals can do," says Stocco. All anyone can probably ask of a monkey is to control movement, but we can expect much more from human minds, he says.

    A device that allows information transfer between brains could, in theory, allow us to do away with language – which plays the role of a "cumbersome and difficult-to-manage symbolic code", Stocco says.

    "I could send thoughts from my brain to your brain in a way not represented by sounds or words," says Andrew Jackson at Newcastle University, UK. "You could envisage a world where if I wanted to say 'let's go to the pub', I could send that thought to your brain," he says. "Although I don't know if anyone would want that. I would rather link my brain to Wikipedia."

    The ability to share abstract thoughts could enable us to solve more complex problems. "Sometimes it's really hard to collaborate if you are a mathematician and you're thinking about very complex and abstract objects," says Stocco. "If you could collaboratively solve common problems [using a brainet], it would be a way to leverage the skills of different individuals for a common goal."

    Collective surgery
    This might be a way to perform future surgery, says Stocco. At present, when a team of surgeons is at work, only one will tend to have control of the scalpel at any moment. Imagine if each member of the team could focus on a particular aspect of the operation and coordinate their brain power to collectively control the procedure. "We are really far away from that scenario, but Nicolelis's work opens up all those possibilities for the first time, which is exciting," he says.

    But there is a chance that such scenarios won't improve on current performance, Stocco says. Jason Ritt of Boston University agrees. "In principle we could communicate information much faster [with a brainet] than with vision and language, but there's a really high bar," he says. "Our ability to communicate with technology is still nowhere near our ability to communicate with speech."

    The ability to share our thoughts and brain power could also leave us vulnerable to new invasions of privacy, warns Rahwan. "Once you create a complex entity [like a brainet], you have to ensure that individual autonomy is protected," he says. It might be possible, for example, for one brain to manipulate others in a network.

    There's also a chance that private thoughts might slip through along with ones to be shared, such as your intentions after drinking with someone you invited to the pub, says Nicholas Hatsopoulos at the University of Chicago in Illinois. "It might be a little scary," he says. "There are lots of thoughts that we have that we wouldn't want to share with others."

    In the meantime, Nicolelis, who also develops exoskeletons that help people with spinal cord injuries regain movement, hopes to develop the technology trialled in monkeys for paraplegic people. He hopes that a more experienced user of a prosthetic limb or wheelchair, for example, might be able to collaborate with a less experienced user to directly train them to control it for themselves.

    Journal reference: Scientific Reports, DOI: 10.1038/srep11869 and 10.1038/srep10767
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    There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

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    Similar to Bob Lazar's numerous debunkings on similar premises... until someone found his name listed in an old phone book proving he was there at the time he said he was.
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    Dr. Robert Duncan's Harvard Degree:


    I am also in contact with him. One of his email addresses is a harvard email...

    The psy op sources go without rabid debunkings. The truth tellers deal with character assassination and targeting...

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    Downloaded the pdf to read through tonight first time I've come across this material, my thanks to OP

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    Dr. Robert Duncan's Harvard Degree:


    I am also in contact with him. One of his email addresses is a harvard email...

    The psy op sources go without rabid debunkings. The truth tellers deal with character assassination and targeting...
    I have little doubt that is true, but the psy op forces have also infiltrated virtually every aspect of the alternative community and are experts at spewing disinformation, misinformation and lies (albeit, sprinkled with some truth) designed to keep us divided and second guessing everything and each other.

    I find it odd that it took him so long to produce a copy of his Harvard diploma--which, BTW, is a Masters diploma and not a Doctor of Philosophy diploma--and a poor copy at that. Also, why did he find it necessary to redact his middle name and the other information? And why has he not produced, as far as I know, his thesis on "Computer Generated Holography?" I know, if it was me who was about to go public about all this information, I would have made multiple copies of everything I could to support my claims and would have distributed those copies in many different places so that TPTB couldn't destroy them all. And I'm certainly no genius as this guy appears to be.

    When I started reading this document (again), I realized I had read it before when I remembered my initial impressions to his opening "Bio of Author" section. Aside from the oddity of calling it a "Bio" of the author instead of his "Autobiography," I couldn't help but think this guy is either a genius beyond that of Tesla and Einstein or he is a disinfo agent--and my BS meter was swaying toward the disinfo agent. My reasoning for this assessment was because for him to achieve all that he claimed to have achieved--particularly in many of the fields he was claiming to have achieved these miraculous feats--would have taken a lesser human many decades to accomplish--if it were even possible to have accomplished it all in ones lifetime at all. I won't regurgitate all that he claims to have done here but leave it to the curious to re-examine what he claims in the document and determine for yourself whether such an array of projects, inventions, organizations, and complex fields of science and learning are possible to master in such a short amount of time (judging by how old he appears to be in his photos).

    I'm not saying my assessment is correct, but am only providing some more food for thought. Your mileage may vary. And, as always, I reserve the right to change my opinion(s) at any time as I become aware of new and better information.
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    Quote Posted by ceetee9 (here)
    I have little doubt that is true, but the psy op forces have also infiltrated virtually every aspect of the alternative community and are experts at spewing disinformation, misinformation and lies (albeit, sprinkled with some truth) designed to keep us divided and second guessing everything and each other.
    Do you say these same comments in New Age threads? Mind control and black project technology information is much more solid than pretty much any field of new age stuff,......not saying it is always accurate, some disinfo in that field too, however it has a higher consistency then say, channeling, contactee field, MILAB/Abductee "experts", most alternative websites about ETs and/or ascension, any new age site really(not counting forums which are much more diverse) and the like,...saying this from my own unique rabbit hole into these programs.

    I am privy to many of the truths Dr. Robert Duncan speaks about from personal experience. His explanation of targeting tactics is absolutely spot on and from that alone I know he was an insider or extremely well researched. His tactical explanations for targeting are better than any other author on planet Earth, I can vouch for that(at least from what I've seen of him and others). I am one of the most severe cases of targeting on this planet by my research, and I can identify almost every tactic he speaks about in my own life...

    Quote I find it odd that it took him so long to produce a copy of his Harvard diploma--which, BTW, is a Masters diploma and not a Doctor of Philosophy diploma--and a poor copy at that.
    He also went to Dartmouth(IIRC the right college name).

    Quote Also, why did he find it necessary to redact his middle name and the other information?
    Identity theft.

    Quote And why has he not produced, as far as I know, his thesis on "Computer Generated Holography?"
    One person researching it said they found it through Harvard freely available.

    Quote I know, if it was me who was about to go public about all this information, I would have made multiple copies of everything I could to support my claims and would have distributed those copies in many different places so that TPTB couldn't destroy them all. And I'm certainly no genius as this guy appears to be.
    I would think he realizes producing these things will have little effect on people believing him, doubting him, or being open to what he says. See how he produced his diploma and you are still talking about it? With how complex reality is, you can find flaws in anything if you look hard enough. It doesn't mean they are real.

    Quote When I started reading this document (again), I realized I had read it before when I remembered my initial impressions to his opening "Bio of Author" section. Aside from the oddity of calling it a "Bio" of the author instead of his "Autobiography," I couldn't help but think this guy is either a genius beyond that of Tesla and Einstein or he is a disinfo agent--and my BS meter was swaying toward the disinfo agent. My reasoning for this assessment was because for him to achieve all that he claimed to have achieved--particularly in many of the fields he was claiming to have achieved these miraculous feats--would have taken a lesser human many decades to accomplish--if it were even possible to have accomplished it all in ones lifetime at all. I won't regurgitate all that he claims to have done here but leave it to the curious to re-examine what he claims in the document and determine for yourself whether such an array of projects, inventions, organizations, and complex fields of science and learning are possible to master in such a short amount of time (judging by how old he appears to be in his photos).
    Photos of him are old. Here is a more recent video: He looks in about his mid 50's.



    Quote I'm not saying my assessment is correct, but am only providing some more food for thought. Your mileage may vary. And, as always, I reserve the right to change my opinion(s) at any time as I become aware of new and better information.
    You are absolutely incorrect IMO. If you aren't posting similar things in several new age threads I am curious as to why. IMO Dr. Robert Duncan exposes some of the most important and most criminal things on planet Earth. This is a serious game to play. He has put his life and well being on the line for almost nothing in return. Skepticism can be a good thing so I am not saying you are being dumb, but you are incorrect IMO. He has a pack of mind controlled haters giving him death threats and character assassinating him. He predicted it in his book(s).

    I can expect to see the same for me in it's own flavor if my work ever gains traction...

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    Quote Posted by Omniverse (here)
    Quote Posted by ceetee9 (here)
    I have little doubt that is true, but the psy op forces have also infiltrated virtually every aspect of the alternative community and are experts at spewing disinformation, misinformation and lies (albeit, sprinkled with some truth) designed to keep us divided and second guessing everything and each other.
    Do you say these same comments in New Age threads? Mind control and black project technology information is much more solid than pretty much any field of new age stuff,......not saying it is always accurate, some disinfo in that field too, however it has a higher consistency then say, channeling, contactee field, MILAB/Abductee "experts", most alternative websites about ETs and/or ascension, any new age site really(not counting forums which are much more diverse) and the like,...saying this from my own unique rabbit hole into these programs.

    I am privy to many of the truths Dr. Robert Duncan speaks about from personal experience. His explanation of targeting tactics is absolutely spot on and from that alone I know he was an insider or extremely well researched. His tactical explanations for targeting are better than any other author on planet Earth, I can vouch for that(at least from what I've seen of him and others). I am one of the most severe cases of targeting on this planet by my research, and I can identify almost every tactic he speaks about in my own life...

    Quote I find it odd that it took him so long to produce a copy of his Harvard diploma--which, BTW, is a Masters diploma and not a Doctor of Philosophy diploma--and a poor copy at that.
    He also went to Dartmouth(IIRC the right college name).

    Quote Also, why did he find it necessary to redact his middle name and the other information?
    Identity theft.

    Quote And why has he not produced, as far as I know, his thesis on "Computer Generated Holography?"
    One person researching it said they found it through Harvard freely available.

    Quote I know, if it was me who was about to go public about all this information, I would have made multiple copies of everything I could to support my claims and would have distributed those copies in many different places so that TPTB couldn't destroy them all. And I'm certainly no genius as this guy appears to be.
    I would think he realizes producing these things will have little effect on people believing him, doubting him, or being open to what he says. See how he produced his diploma and you are still talking about it? With how complex reality is, you can find flaws in anything if you look hard enough. It doesn't mean they are real.

    Quote When I started reading this document (again), I realized I had read it before when I remembered my initial impressions to his opening "Bio of Author" section. Aside from the oddity of calling it a "Bio" of the author instead of his "Autobiography," I couldn't help but think this guy is either a genius beyond that of Tesla and Einstein or he is a disinfo agent--and my BS meter was swaying toward the disinfo agent. My reasoning for this assessment was because for him to achieve all that he claimed to have achieved--particularly in many of the fields he was claiming to have achieved these miraculous feats--would have taken a lesser human many decades to accomplish--if it were even possible to have accomplished it all in ones lifetime at all. I won't regurgitate all that he claims to have done here but leave it to the curious to re-examine what he claims in the document and determine for yourself whether such an array of projects, inventions, organizations, and complex fields of science and learning are possible to master in such a short amount of time (judging by how old he appears to be in his photos).
    Photos of him are old. Here is a more recent video: He looks in about his mid 50's.



    Quote I'm not saying my assessment is correct, but am only providing some more food for thought. Your mileage may vary. And, as always, I reserve the right to change my opinion(s) at any time as I become aware of new and better information.
    You are absolutely incorrect IMO. If you aren't posting similar things in several new age threads I am curious as to why. IMO Dr. Robert Duncan exposes some of the most important and most criminal things on planet Earth. This is a serious game to play. He has put his life and well being on the line for almost nothing in return. Skepticism can be a good thing so I am not saying you are being dumb, but you are incorrect IMO. He has a pack of mind controlled haters giving him death threats and character assassinating him. He predicted it in his book(s).

    I can expect to see the same for me in it's own flavor if my work ever gains traction...
    Omniverse, I meant no disrespect. I asked for "your take" in my original comment and appreciate your response, but I get the feeling you believe I was dinging you in some way. I wasn't.

    Now in response to some of your statements/questions.

    I have no idea what you are driving at when you asked if I say these types of comments in New Age threads. I don't waste much time in New Age threads and I certainly would never equate New Age/Channeling information with that of more technological information.

    As far as Dr Duncan being "spot on" with his explanations of targeting tactics goes, do you suppose that a psy ops agent might have access to some real information to make their story more believable? I never claimed that everything he says is BS. In fact, I said that psy op agents will include some truths. I do not doubt that mind control and targeting certain individuals exists.

    As you pointed out, he also allegedly went to Dartmouth. Can you point me to a copy of that degree?

    I'm sorry but your comment regarding why he redacted his middle name and other information being due to "identity theft" is laughable.

    If his thesis is freely available, as one person has said, can you point me to it?

    And, quite frankly, your comment "I would think he realizes producing these things will have little effect on people believing him..." is rather ridiculous. If there is no point in producing any evidence, documentation or artifacts that can help prove ones claims because they can be easily faked or because some will not believe them anyway, then we truly have no way to evaluate anything anyone claims. We can all just "intuit" who is real and telling the truth and who is not and continue to choose sides and war with each other. I don't believe that is what either of us want.

    There are plenty of people exposing critical information and truths in the alternative community, but that doesn't mean I hang on their every word or believe everything they say. I have followed several truthers/whistleblowers/experts over the years and as less and less of what they said "resonated" with me, I stopped following them and, in some cases, changed my opinion of them. We are all human--well, at least most of us I think--and we make mistakes and have our own beliefs and life experiences. My goal is to research and evaluate as much as I am able to (at least of the things that are important/interesting to me), extract the nuggets of truth as best I can that may reside within that research, and attempt to connect the dots to ascertain the big picture. I have said repeatedly that I do not claim to know the "real" truth about most things and have always encouraged people to do their own research and form their own opinions.

    You may be right about Dr. Duncan, so let's just agree to disagree.
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    Default Re: Must Read: The Matrix Deciphered by Dr Robert Duncan

    I have only leafed through The Matrix Deciphered by Robert Duncan self-styled ‘The Saint’; but presently it will become apparent why this is enough for my purpose. My attention was caught by two segments. Here is the first, which comes last – I was backing up.

    Quote Wake up world, an eye is upon you! The Final Riddle
    Quote In order to ask me a question, you must first answer me this riddle, and then perhaps your question will change.
    You are silently assassinated and are standing at the decision point for your eternity. There are two doors. One leads to heaven and one leads to hell. There are two figures standing beside the doors and they both look like angels. However, one is Satan’s minion. He always lies and that door leads to hell. The saint at the other door always tells the truth and that door leads to heaven. You get one question. What question can you ask either of them to be able to decide your fate? (p. 270)
    I have no questions at this time, but I have the answer to this dualistic riddle. If you ask either angel if their door leads to heaven, they will both say Yes, the one because it is true, the other because it is false. So to get Satan’s minion to contradict this basic premise, you need an extra layer to your question. The question you can ask either is therefore: ‘If I asked your colleague here if his door leads to heaven, what would his reply be?’ If the answer is Yes, you will know you are speaking to the real angel, because it is true that the lying minion will say Yes. If the answer is No, you will know you are speaking to Satan’s minion, because it is false to claim that any angel would say No, least of all the real one.

    I have answered the riddle, but my question has not changed, I still have none (if anyone else does, please feel free to use this sesame). I just have a comment, which is this: first, the answer to the riddle takes the form of getting the liar to speak the truth since your implicit question to him (Does your door lead to heaven?) gets an honest answer (No) that also happens to be equatable with a blatant (double) lie since by definition neither angel is touting hell; Satan’s minion is passing his hell off as heaven, not the same thing at all. Secondly, the answer to the riddle takes the form of getting the truth-teller, maybe not to tell a lie, but to report a lie, since your actual question to him (Does the other guy’s door lead to heaven?) elicits the other guy’s dishonest answer.

    To put it another way, the riddle itself is at once deceptively subtle and deceptively unsubtle. It is unsubtle because it sets out in black-and-white-terms something that is not black and white at all – everyone knows that disinfo is never 100% lying, and in fact at its best may approach 100% truthfulness. Furthermore, although not realized by everyone, anyone on the side of truth will know how to handle deception. It is subtle because when you have worked out the riddle, ‘perhaps your question will change’, suggests that perhaps your perception of Duncan’s text will have changed. This can only mean one thing: if you have been taking in (accepting) all this stuff, you have been taken in at some stage and it is time to start asking questions. In other words, if you think you have been listening to a real angel, who calls himself ‘The Saint’, you have been taken in by an inveterate liar who for once is telling the truth, right in your face – or rather, since the ‘inveterate liar’ meme is itself a lie, a deceiver who can deceive with both truth and lies, just as a true soul will sometimes recourse to deception.

    This is to acknowledge that however much of a given data dump like this is actually true, there is going to be a gremlin in the works, some asymmetry, some grain of untruth that is likely in the service of negative deception, but could conceivably be in the service of positive deception. Being smart means separating issues of truth and falsity from issues of deception. An easy-to-understand example of positive deception would be Santa Claus as embodying the spirit of generous giving, as something transcending what Mum and Dad do every day of the year: the basic truth being explained to small children is that the universe itself is abundantly generous; since the corresponding lie involves presenting Santa as an anagrammatical minion of Satan, then by that token, Robert Duncan, who calls himself ‘The Saint’, is potentially another minion of Satan.

    Having said that, let’s leave to one side the oversimplistic question of sides and doors to heaven and hell. Churchill in Parliament, where you are not allowed to call someone a liar, once charged an MP with ‘terminological inexactitude’. I shall not go even that far; but the other phrase that caught my eye, cited in bold below, along with additional quotation for context, involves at the very least a degree of terminological ambiguity in that the use of the word ‘soul’ does not match my (and others’) understanding of the concept, and most of all of the reality behind the concept.

    Quote The keepers of EEG heterodyning technology fear that there will be a break down of social order, a vast moral cataclysm, and dissolution of religion around the world if it were known that the brain has been deciphered. People are resistant to the idea that our soul, our entire essence is contained in the electrochemical signals of the brain. However, I disagree. (p. 250)

    the ‘soul’, the information that “you” experience, becomes less and less tangible and distinguishable as to where the boundaries are. We will become the Borg. (p. 247)

    People will need to come to grips with the reality that the U.S. government has been torturing people to death using EEG heterodyning and other directed energy weapons for many decades. People will have to come to accept that their soul is entirely contained in the electrical signals of the brain. People will come to learn that the technological singularity we should all have had intense open debate about before it happened, has come and gone. The human mind has been fully deciphered and mapped. Machine intelligence is exceeding human intelligence. (p. 269)
    If we are talking about something that sixty years of technological research can catch up with, then quite simply we cannot be not talking about the eternal soul as we understand it. It has to be an incredibly impoverished idea of the soul to see it in such terms. The soul is by definition above and beyond such materialism – because ‘the electrical signals of the brain’ is a concrete, physical phenomenon that is a – no doubt wildly distorted – expression of the soul but cannot be equated with it. The soul is precisely as elusive as it needs to be, which means that anything captured is not it. So we are talking about a time and place where the soulless are active and souls which have mostly been concealed, sometimes even from their own human avatar, are beginning to find it safe enough to come out of hiding.

    I have been working on some material for years now and need to work some more on it to make it presentable, but meanwhile, here is a very succinct overview. War is madness, so any sane person would avoid it like the plague. Picture this Catch 22 scenario from less complicated times fifty years ago. Imagine a young man whose country is at war; his only way of dodging the draft seems to be gaining exemption on psychiatric grounds. In other words, to enforce his sanity, he has to pretend to be mad. More than that (this is not like going to your doctor to wangle some generous sick leave), he needs to convince the professionals that he is certifiably insane; he also has to accept the consequences in terms of confinement and treatment, including electroshocks. In a sense, feigning madness should not be too difficult: I guess general belligerence would be one possible way of transposing the madness of war to the hospital institution. Childish regression and schizophrenic multiple personalities (a group of children playing, or a party of astronauts on Venus) can be simulated by a grown man playing with a few toy soldiers and pretending they are an army. Or a little self-harm would indicate willingness to act violently without betraying one’s unwillingness to harm others. And so on. And the prescribed treatment, designed to bring him back to oneness, is naturally successful not because he needed it but precisely because he did not; he is putting on an act and can snap out of it whenever convenient. Nothing has been done to compromise his soul, which is safely protected behind the zombie. It is further protected behind a working-class communist background: the very idea of being a soul never came up on this atheist’s radar. His pacifism is therefore motivated solely by his humanist values.

    However, to distinguish between conscientious objection of collective import and mere individualistic draft dodging, a degree of disclosure is needed somewhere down the line. Being an intellectual, he writes a novel about it, not an autobiographical non-fictional account but an experimental novel that is unreadable to most. And to make sure the biographical reading is safely concealed, he becomes a prominent literary theorist denying the relevance of authorial biography to textual analysis, and supplying very little personal material to work with anyway. In so doing, he places himself among the multiple personalities of a literary movement, much in the way Achilles hid among a bunch of girls to avoid the Trojan War draft, going so far as to analyze his own book so as to control how it is read.

    However, this highly controlled web he weaves produces an anomaly, something unexpected and strange. While, both metaphorically in so many ways and literally in so many words, it emphasizes the absence of a centre – like the old abandoned cobweb of the mad, soulless entity he is not – the well concealed subtext tells a different story. And some of that story is definitely beyond the author’s ken. That his book came to contain an anachronistic element indicates a likelihood that, whether due to the sensory deprivation or the electrical stimulation, my materialist friend was visited by some kind of mystical experience, albeit one that he has never truly processed as a life-changing event. While in the story successive electroshocks remove layers of multiple personality, contrary to real life, where the fantasy makes way for boring old Joe Smith, the single personality that emerges turns out to be the commander of a spaceship conducting interstellar warfare between two constellations, and the book we are reading is presented as containing the strategic key to winning this war. In other words, the book has passed from the status of modern cutting-edge fiction to that of a sacred ancient text to be used basically much as bible thumpers quote Scripture to interpret their end times scenarios – except that it has this layer of deception.

    That strategy is the one I have just outlined. For example, the book has a second almost identical title page on the back cover, suggesting two entrances (like Duncan’s doors to heaven and hell). Since there is an even number of sections, the two reading trajectories, from front to back and from back to front, meet at a gap in the middle. This is the decoy: the truth is that the space of the novel is not symmetrical, it has only one correct door, one linear direction to be followed to uncover its soul. Top put it another way, it is an earlier, more elaborate version of Robert Duncan’s riddle. Advertised as a blueprint for some future interstellar battle, this future has arrived, the battle is being fought, and the winning strategy is now known.

    No questions for Robert Duncan. But if you think I’m speaking in riddles, I would be happy to elaborate.


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    Default Re: Must Read: The Matrix Deciphered by Dr Robert Duncan

    More recent public intervention from Dr. R. Duncan:

    Published on Sep 16, 2015
    Dr Robert Duncan, expert in Cybernetics and Cyborg technologies and author of the book Soul Catcher (taken from British Telecom's Soul Catcher program) delivers the first of two lectures at the 2015 Bases Project 2nd International Conference and Film Festival, held at St Johns Theatre on the Hill, Marlborough, Aug 1st 2015:


    Published on Oct 22, 2015
    The Final Bases Project International Conference lecture for 2015, Robert Duncan delivers his 2nd briefing, this time on Intelligent Systems of Control:

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