The Internet is a brilliant resource for information, ideas, and communication around the world. The downside for me is that I need a computer, or a similar device like a mobile phone, to access it, and I don’t like sitting at a computer. Luckily there is an alternative. Nature’s original internet.
If a tiny little thing like a mobile phone can transmit and receive data with 100% accuracy, imagine what our human brains are capable of.
I have been playing with telepathy for sometime now with increasing success. Though I am still very much a beginner. I have noticed at least two types of interaction. There is the one where you target someone in particular with your thoughts, a bit like an email or a text. Then there is the one where I write to the common knowledge store, our shared library in the ether. A bit like a blog post. Anyone can access it at anytime, and it’s written up there forever. Free to download and read.
When I write a blog post, it first goes onto Nature’s internet. I do this by writing it in my head with the intent to publicly transmit, rather than hide it. I think this first version is usually the best, the freshest. I am not slowed down by writing or typing, or even words, and I don’t have EMF radiation interfering with my thoughts, and making me feel a bit ill. And I can write anytime, anywhere, with no tools needed. Some of my thoughts then get written out in my notebook, not all, because I am limited by time and having my notebook around and not being otherwise occupied. And finally, some of my notebook makes it to Suliwrites. I do come up with new ideas as I write, but generally it is much more limited than using my mind directly.
As I am shortly going to be offline for some weeks, I would like to tell my readers that I will still be writing to Nature’s Internet, and you may be able to pick it up from there, either deliberately or subliminally.
It feels to me that the technology of computers is rapidly catching up with the human mind. Everything that computers can do, we can do too. For example, new technology will soon have every mobile phone as a transmitter mast, so no phone masts will be needed! And then the next stage is to embed the mobile phone into the body, a bit like a mini brain. But we can do that as human beings already. We have brains, and we are capable of transmitting and receiving data. Our telepathic skills and knowledge have been suppressed, and they need freeing up.
It’s as if the ultimate goal of technology is to reinvent ourselves, or perhaps invent our replacements, and thereby make ourselves redundant. In the process, we are reminding ourselves of what is possible. It’s possible for huge amounts of data to be transmitted accurately and instantly and globally through the sky. Amazing! All we now have to do is believe in the power of ourselves, to believe that we human beings are more powerful and more skilled than the machines we have invented. That we can do it without machines.
Of course it is quite possible that we, Homo Sapiens, are the replacements of a previous species, such as Homo Erectus! Maybe they made themselves redundant by developing technology to replace themselves. Another giant cycle in history maybe repeating.
If our manufactured Internet breaks down, as it has recently threatened to do, it is nice to know we will still have Nature’s better version. We just have to get more skilled at accessing it. And we don’t even have to wait for the machines to break down. Nature’s Internet is there for all to use freely right now.
(See also earlier posts: It’s The Thought That Counts)