Lasith (lasith) wrote,

Deux Ex Machina (God From/In the Machine)

Instances exist of individuals who posess information that are unique spiritually have occured over time.  We exist in a 3D universe with a linear representation of the 4D plane or time.  If outside of this 3D matrix is a programmer (ex: God , Collective Conscience, Destiny) with the ability to alter our linear time line through their actions there are methods that this can be done.

The understanding of the future is evident as all the great prophets (ex: Moses, Buddha, Jesus, Mohammed).  They have an apparent understanding of the programmer's future plans. By teaching and sharing this information of the programmer they in essence provide "Deux Ex Machina" .  An apparent continuation of destiny and fate is provided in a very linear format in the Judea-Christian-Islamic with similar prophets and end timeline.  These similarities show the 4D component inherent in all religions.

The significant 4D impact overall in minute interactions such as fate-destiny alteration in day to day activities is also an interesting topic.  If the buddhist belief of thought being able to travel faster than the speed of light is true than this is an effective means of fate-destiny alteration.  This is possible through conscious or sub conscious thoughts.  The idea of REM sleep as a means of interation with the future is a possiblity if the thought hypothesis is correct.  Deja Vu or the "second view" of future events may not be a altered memory state but may be a form of thought-time-travel.

So the idea of thought time travel is a hypothesis of possible sub-conscious, or post mortum, or supernatural alteration in the 3D matrix through non linear 4D motion of time.  This thought or dream alteration is an effective means or collective progression of civilization without the use of  Deux Ex Machina or "Great Prophet". The main purpose of the Great prophet then is the maintenance of faith/hope in a civilization struggling in chaos and dispair.  The idea of a "deliverer" is a natural way to precede the common belief of an end-time.  These are complex beliefs of judgement and justice, or a new world without the suffering of the old which is Evident in the Torah, Bible and Qu'ran.   This final Deux Ex Machina is passed from generation as both a promise of hope, a fear of suffering, as well as a reminder of past teaching.  The working inside the 3D matrix of our existance is already complex and confusing.  But adding the possible alteration by the programmer of 4D timespace and it's divine possiblilities. 

These are the stuffs religions are made of....


Fourth dimension

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3D Shadow of a tesseract rotating around a plane in 4D.

In physics and mathematics, a sequence of n numbers can be understood as a location in an n-dimensional space. When n = 4, the set of all such locations is called 4-dimensional Euclidean space.

Such a space differs from our more familiar three-dimensional space in that it has an additional dimension, a new direction in which movement is possible. This fourth spatial dimension is a concept distinct from the time dimension in spacetime.

[edit] History

The possibility of spaces with dimensions higher than three was first studied by mathematicians in the 19th century. In 1827 Möbius realised that a fourth dimension would allow a three-dimensional form to be rotated onto its mirror-image,[1] and by 1853 Schläfli had discovered many polytopes in higher dimensions, although his work was not published until after his death.[2] Higher dimensions were soon put on firm footing by Bernhard Riemann's 1854 Habilitationsschrift, Über die Hypothesen welche der Geometrie zu Grunde liegen, in which he considered a "point" to be any sequence of coordinates . The possibility of geometry in higher dimensions, including four dimensions in particular, was thus established.

In 1880, Charles H. Hinton published his essay What is the Fourth Dimension? in the Dublin University magazine.[3] He also coined the term tesseract, referring to a four-dimensional cube.

In 1908, Hermann Minkowski presented a paper[4] which introduced the idea of time being the fourth dimension of spacetime, which would be the basis for Einstein's theories of Special and General Relativity.[5] This association of the fourth dimension with time rather than space has become the popular understanding of the term, even though it is applicable only to Einstein's theories of relativity. Nevertheless, mathematicians today continue to study the rich geometry of four-dimensional space regarding the fourth dimension as a spatial, and not temporal, dimension.

Deus ex machina

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A deus ex machina (IPA[ˈdeɪʌs ɛks ˈmakʰɪna], literally "god from the machine") is a plot device in which a surprising or unexpected event occurs in a story's plot, often to resolve flaws or tie up loose ends in the narrative.[1] Neoclassical literary criticism, from Corneille and John Dennis on, took it as a given that one mark of a bad play was the sudden invocation of extraordinary circumstance. Thus, the term "deus ex machina" has come to mean any inferior plot device that expeditiously solves the conflict of a narrative.

Linguistic considerations

The Latin phrase "deus ex machina" comes to English usage from Horace's Ars Poetica, where he instructs poets that they must never resort to a god from the machine to solve their plots. He is referring to the conventions of Greek tragedy, where a mechane (crane) was used to lower actors playing a god or gods onto the stage. The machine referred to in the phrase could be either the crane employed in the task, the calque from the Greek "ἀπὸ μηχανῆς θεός" apó mēchanēs theós, (pronounced in Ancient Greek IPA[aˈpo mɛːkʰaˈnɛːs tʰeˈos]), or a riser that brought a god up from a trap door.

ColdPlay - X & Y

Trying hard to speak and
Fighting with my weak hand
Driven to distraction
It's all part of the plan
When something is broken
and you try to fix it
Trying to repair it anyway you can

I dive in at the deep end
and she become my best friend
I want to love you but I don’t know if I can
I know something is broken
and I’m trying to fix it
Trying to repair it anyway I can

Oooohh, oooohh
Oooohh, oooohh

You and me are floating on a tidal wave… together
You and me are drifting into outer space
and singing

Oooohh, oooohh

You and me are floating on a tidal wave… together
You and me are drifting into outer space
You and me are floating on a tidal wave… together
You and me are drifting into outer space
and singing

Oooohh, oooohh
Oooohh, oooohh
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