CONFIRMATION: LISTENING TO A PROGRAM CALLED “SENTIENT WORLD ...

It has been almost ten years since I have blogged about this subject, namely, "Sentient World Simulation."  In case you missed that blog and that subject, here is the link:

ECONOPHYSICS, “SENTIENT WORLD SIMULATIONS,” ...

In that blog, I indulged in a bit of high octane speculation about what such a computer program simulation of the entire world might be capable of doing interesting, intriguing and perhaps even unusual data correlations between unusual things:

But behind it all, there is another possibility that lurks, one I suggested in Babylon's Banksters: the ability to figure out the relationships between celestial geometry and human behavior.  Recall, for a moment, that both ancient Egyptian and Babylonian sources indicate that their astrological observations were taken over tens of thousands of years... in other words, if taken at their word, they were suggesting that an enormous stastistical database was compiled. Astrology was the result, which, without that database, was merely a "pseudoscience," with the "results" being passed down to become the qualitative "science" it is today, sans the data that had been compiled.

Since we like to indulge in high octane speculation here, then suppose for a moment that these various hidden programs were also being used to find and collate such correlations. It would mean, quite literally, that "econophysics" would be given a component from celestial mechanics... it would become a real though obviously deeply hidden "astrology".  Now let's extend our speculations a bit further. Suppose, in compiling such correlations, that another set of correlations were examined, namely, those between celestial mechanics and actual astrological texts, beginning, of course, with the various Egyptian and Mesopotamian records that are still extant.  In such a case, the program would perhaps provide insights into the original basis of the origins of astrology, of human history, and of those civilizations' claims for having been compiled over thousands of years. It would be, in other words, a way of verifying their own statements that they were legacy civilizations, declined civilizations, from something far more ancient and advanced.

But now with the following two articles, shared by V.T., we're in a position to expand that speculation of ten years ago rather dramatically, because the idea of a world computer simulation, in which every person becomes a "node" in a database, is back, and with a vengeance. And with its reemergence, comes a confirmation of a speculation I've voiced many times in the past few years. The articles, while somewhat dated, are important, because they confirm a wider and deeper high octane suspicion I've advanced in the years since my original blog about the subject appeared in 2013 :

Sentient World Simulation and NSA Surveillance – Exploiting Privacy to Predict the Future?

Understanding and Countering Sentient World Simulation

Why are these two articles significant?

As I said above, it's because they can be taken as confirmation of a wider speculation I've advanced over many interviews and appearances on various podcasts and radio shows; I've advanced the hypothesis that with computers running more and more programs affecting daily life - consider only their presence in equities or commodities markets, or an even more glaring example, the recent failure of the FAA's flight computer system that literally grounded all flights in the USA - that the possibility arises that the "elites" running western civilization lemming-like off the cliff are perhaps doing so in response to what a very sophisticated and complex A.I. program might be telling them to do. Being the fundamentally stupid, immoral, and godless people that they are, they are only too happy to follow the dictates of their real God: computer code, and "science," and a false "omniscience" that it gives them, all of which is of course programmed by humans.

That thesis, I suggest, has been confirmed in spades by the two articles. Consider this statement from the beginning of the second one:

The Pentagon is running an artificial intelligence (A.I.) program to test how people react to propaganda and strategy of tension. The program is called Sentient World Simulation (SWS). Defense, intelligence and homeland security officials are constructing a parallel world on a computer that agencies will use to test propaganda messages and military strategies.

With this “God Tier” technology, if the user wants to bring about a certain event, he would already know how the masses would likely behave. It features an avatar for each person in the real world that’s based upon data collected about us from records and the internet.

The core of the data collection is the smart phone, which will be ramped up with 5G technology. Avoid both.

The first article, while concentrating initially on Edward Snowden's claims, also comes to more or less the same conclusion:

Amidst all of the publicity surrounding the leaks, journalist Christopher Ketcham (who previously won acclaim by covering the tragic events on 9/11) released a relevant new article discussing the secretive exploits of a governmental unit which gathers boundless amounts of information on Americans. Ketcham details programs by the government designed to fight crime by predicting criminal behavior before it is committed and to predict behavioral responses to propaganda and government-inflicted terror.

Both programs rely on keeping tabs on citizens and gathering data by tracking phone calls, credit card receipts, social networks, GPS tracks, Internet searches, Amazon purchases and E-Z pass records.

The program based out of Purdue University’s Synthetic Environment for Analysis and Simulation Laboratory is titled Sentient World Simulation (SWS). This 9-page PDF released by Purdue itself describes the project in adequate detail.

The simulator has taken the spying that Snowden publicized, one step further. The program has amassed databases so profound they can now look so deep into a person’s life they can predict their thoughts and future actions with relative certainty. Although this system is incredibly intrusive and raises many moral concerns, it provides valuable insight into questions which could be extremely beneficial. It’s unclear as to weather all the private-sector efforts towards transparency (including some noteworthy AI projects at Microsoft) will have any effect on the direction and intensity of public-sector surveillance.

By gathering enough intelligence SWS is capable of producing realistic simulations of various different scenarios such as natural disasters, foreign and domestic attacks, resource shortages, and hazardous economic trends. The program, once finished will utilize the information from its colossal database to create these hypothetical situations, predict possible outcomes, and test the effectiveness of various responses. Researchers hope the system will be able to provide effective answers to complex questions which baffle the most skilled thinkers and will create more efficient methods of responding to catastrophes.  (Emphasis added)

So there you have it. Not only is [email protected] spying on everyone, it is doing so to compile massive databases to make generalized predictions, and from these, to formulate specific courses of action under particular circumstances, and more general policy.

There's a dire implication in all this, an  "extrapolation" that confirms my suspicions about Mr. Globalooney actually "listening" to A.I.s and computers: if you're wondering why the leadership of the west - the Baal Gateses and Hochklaus von Blohschwabs and the whole viper's nest at Davos - looks and sounds completely nuts, advocating inhuman and - let's call them by what they are - ultimately nihilistic policies, this is why.

Before we leave this subject, V.T. shared one more article, which itself contains further links to articles on this precise topic:

The DoD is developing a parallel to Planet Earth

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Kevin Ryan on January 21, 2023 at 11:28 pm

    I’m with Fiatlux on this. Rulers throughout history have been concerned with how to control their subjects. If you want to know what your subjects are thinking these days, give them an app like Twitter for them to “engage” with others of like mind and “share” their thoughts and “likes.” Use algorithms to present users with more varied and extreme subject matter to probe their boundaries and test their reactions. Twitter is an app for users to map themselves and the resulting data is a profile for use by surveillance capitalists (The Age of Surveillance Capitalism – Shoshana Zuboff), alphabet agencies/DOD, and other bad actors.
    Given the amount of data we disgorge about ourselves via social media, it is no wonder it is finding a home in the crystal balls of those who want to predict and control the future.

  2. Nidster - on January 19, 2023 at 7:57 pm

    What is the Achilles Heel of these ‘surveillance’ programs, and just as importantly Crypto currencies? Power, they need immense amounts of power.

    Russia has “also proposed banning crypto mining, citing the threat to Russia’s financial stability through its “unproductive consumption” of electric power “and the implementation of Russia’s environmental agenda.”

    https://www.russia-briefing.com/news/russia-s-central-bank-looks-to-ban-cryptocurrency-mining-investment.html/

  3. Reka-Agota Kvalsund on January 19, 2023 at 5:52 am

    “Jeeezzzusss!” (nodding my head like Dr. Farrell when discussing these and other glorious ideas/deeds of Mr. Globalony and his lackies… Even barking like Shiloh, at these nutcases.)

    No, thanks, no avatar for me. I`m perfectly fine with my own conscience to guide me…

  4. FiatLux on January 18, 2023 at 12:40 am

    In a sane world, every individual would have an unalienable right to his own data, such that any data divulged by him about himself could not be used by anyone for such nefarious purposes as those mentioned in this blog post. A law that simply required (1) explicit consent and (2) monetary compensation every time any individual’s data was used by a corporation or other business entity would probably suffice… in a world where the law was respected and enforced.

  5. Robert Barricklow on January 17, 2023 at 11:57 pm

    The Pentagon using GLADIO’s strategy of tension; Orwell’s propaganda; A.I. to strategize; ancient science of astrology to predict; computer simulations to mirror social engineering an entire planet; all to help “users” get what they want: a single authoritative voice. And whose voice is that?
    Who ever controls the computer code.
    Unfortunately, that looks, more and more like A.I.
    Yet, there are as many A.I. looking to control the code/language;
    as there are mafia’s vying to be the top of the heap.

    And lost in all these ongoing conflicts are the hackers; whose politics are overwhelmingly anti authoritarian in nature. Because hackers know damn well that the “authorities” are as damaged as the hackers themselves. Hackers resist domination and unfairness.
    The real narrative has always been mass surveillance; concentration of power & wealth; and as authoritarianism grows; enabled by digital technologies: CODE[more than law] will decide what kind of societies we live in. The CODE in cyberspace will replace The bill of Rights.
    If “we” get sucked into passively consuming information w/o actively manipulating it; our imagination muscles will atrophy.
    We are being shaped to shift focus from a manual driver – to an automatic driver.
    In other words, shaped to shift focus; rather than maintain it.
    Smart phones have become a new tether; tying use to digital others, and to broader-socio-economic systems in unprecedented ways.
    Smart phones are an attention magnet unlike any our minds have encountered before.
    Your smart phone is feeding you. changing you.

    Now add the above new technologies; w/the ancient technologies, and combined systems w/o any moral compasses – and you have a real fight on your hands.
    The elites chosen approach to technologies is to shape the world away from the living and humans; is being designed and engaged to actively remake human beings from w/in[mRNA’s].
    Virtually everything we do, everything we are, is now being transmitted into digital information[Pentagon’s parallel synthetic mirror planet]. All of it observed by new A.I. programs, all reduced for patterns that will predict and control our behavior.

  6. Eddie Worthington on January 17, 2023 at 8:11 am

    I will oftentimes listen to old music on Youtube. I am convinced the “auto suggest” and “auto play” features represent programming attempts to not only try and predict behavior, but to pinpoint (i.e., triangulate) specific individuals based upon their queries. While these features have improved slightly in the ~10 years since I’ve frequented YT, I am happy to report that they still miss the mark by a country mile. Apparently, programmers believe everyone is loyal to a particular artist/group, and if you like one song of theirs you must like them all. This appears to be the default setting for the “auto suggest” and “auto play” features.

    My response to these programmers, were I able to voice it directly to them, would be: “good luck with that approach morons! You will never be able to predict my behavior with such crude constructs.”

    A little backstory on me – I’ve worn out car radio buttons trying to find the right tune. I’m only slightly exaggerating.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMVjToYOjbM

  7. Joseph P. Farrell on January 16, 2023 at 10:40 pm

    Speaking of computers, E.G. shared this comment with me, and gave me permission to share it here:

    Bitcoin has risen 20% during the period of the FAA flight shutdown…this would imply that is was used as ransom payments to hackers of the FAA software system…this same attack happened previously to the Phiippines and to Canada which operate on separate systems…

    …I would then use the bitcoin to purchase Russia oil being carried on Chinese vessels and then resell that oil in USD to other countries…

  8. marcos toledo on January 16, 2023 at 8:39 pm

    These fools think (DREAM) they can be GODs AI the opiate for those who imagine they are better than the rest of us.

  9. Laura on January 16, 2023 at 4:11 pm

    “The Black Swan” by James Merrill

    Black on flat water past jonquil lawns
    Riding, the black swan draws
    A private chaos warbling in its wake,
    Assuming, like a fourth dimension, splendor
    That calls the child with white ideas of swans
    Nearer to that green lake
    Where every paradox means wonder.

    Although the black neck arches not unlike
    A question mark on the lake,
    The swan outlaws all easy questioning:
    A thing in its self, equivocal, foreknown,
    Like pain, or women singing as we wake;
    And the swan song it sings
    Is the huge silence of the swan.

    Illusion: the black swan knows how to break
    Through expectation, beak
    Aimed now at its own breast, now at its image,
    And move across our lives, if the lake is life,
    And by the gentlest turning of its neck
    Transform, in time, time’s damage;
    To less than a black plume, time’s grief.

    Enchanter: the black swan has learned to enter
    Sorrow’s lost secret center
    Where, like a May fete, separate tragedies
    Are wound in ribbons round the pole to share
    A hollowness, a marrow of pure winter
    That does not change but is
    Always brilliant ice and air.

    Always the black swan moves on the lake. Always
    The moment comes to gaze
    As the tall emblem pivots and rides out
    To the opposite side, always. The blond child on
    The bank, hands full of difficult marvels, stays
    Now in bliss, now in doubt.
    His lips move: I love the black swan.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 17, 2023 at 3:23 am

      James Merrill, a literary summary:

      1. Cain spewed ink, about his pedophilia in the swamp.
      2. Being of his father the devil, Ouija board ate his canary.
      3. AIDS got him in the end.

  10. Alex on January 16, 2023 at 2:53 pm

    In the series DEVS, made by Alex Garland, a quantum computer achieves a full SWS. It can visualize any moment in time, both ways.
    The creators of the SWS become convinced that the world is fully deterministic and that it’s impossible to escape our fate, while some rogue scientists believe we live in a multiverse and that we only see one possible path ( universe ) among infinite possibilities :))
    The series doesn’t explore all the philosophical implications of this “creation”, but it’s very ambitious, considering the topic.
    I believe there is a relation between the power of a SWS prediction and our own beliefs, namely we are “investing” our own creative power and imagination in these machines. Therefore fulfilling their prophecy.
    On the other hand, we know that spirit is free and our imagination has a creative power that transcends machines. But it looks like we got caught in a loop: there’s something fascinating and addictive about digital entities mimicking Life, which triggers a deep unconscious positive response. I see it as a “spiritual hack”.
    Nevertheless, I see a positive side, as it forces our consciousness to expand, to find “a way out” ( or “a way in” 🙂

    • anakephalaiosis on January 17, 2023 at 3:21 am

      The simulation is already in place, explained by the allegory of Plato’s cave, where exit is roadmaped as:

      1. Confront the shadow.
      2. Turn around.
      3. Enter the fire.

      That is breaking 6th and 7th seals, featured in Jim Henson’s Fraggle song: “Brave Boy, Jump Up”.

      • Alex on January 18, 2023 at 8:25 am

        There we are. I’m gonna buy myself some courage

  11. zod1ac5corp1o on January 16, 2023 at 1:27 pm

    Oh for crying out loud. Haven’t these morons got anything better to do-like go climb a mountain and marvel at the beauty of a flaming sunset or a cloud inversion and realise the Earth is always going to win.

  12. ragiza on January 16, 2023 at 1:21 pm

    What does a government approved AI system have to say about the mRNA vaXs?

  13. Billy Bob on January 16, 2023 at 12:32 pm

    The revived Oracle of Delphi via data collection and supercomputing…
    https://greekreporter.com/2022/12/18/ancient-greek-oracle-delphi/

  14. anakephalaiosis on January 16, 2023 at 12:08 pm

    Muggles are trying to locate Hogwarts!

    Cain spied on Abel, to figure out Abel’s mastery of magic smoke, and the pilgrim replied, that the destination wasn’t the goal, but the journey was, whereas Muggles haven’t got a clue.

    HARRY BEGINS

    At Balmoral I was made to be Muggle,
    but turf-soaked I became trouble,
    and my scared foreskin tip
    by Voldemort’s snip,
    rebelled in magic wand struggle.

    • anakephalaiosis on January 16, 2023 at 12:11 pm

      *scarred

    • anakephalaiosis on January 16, 2023 at 1:49 pm

      An objective scientific deduction:

      1. Every seventh day is jubilee. Every seventh year is jubilee. Every seventh of seventh year is followed by a jubilee, that marks beginning, middle and end of a century.

      2. Thus, there has to be a yearly jubilee, and that must be ‘Yahweh’, as the most prominent jubilee, that marks beginning and end of a year, and transition between years.

      3. Planets are traditionally reflected in weekdays, and that explains plurality of ‘Elohim’, as a seven cycle repetition of spherical influences, in celestial connection to the ordinary everyday.

      4. Adding Elohim and Yahweh together produces a REBUS, and because ‘zodiac year’ and ‘farmer’s year’ are congruent, as 365 days, it provides solution to the rebus: the year!

      5. This produces the highest principle of the original Israelites, as basically the year, that – in transcendence – is perceived as omnipresent, all-powerful and all-knowing. It is never seen, yet known to all! Magical!

      6. Economical speculation has always been a lunar gamble, that seeks to conquer the celestial, to predict finance, and that is the kabbalistic attempt, to build a Babel Tower, to hustle a buck in the stars.

      7. The marvelous music of the spheres comes natural to Abel, whereas Cain tries to make the year into a false papal idol, to enslave Abel’s creative capability, in service of Cain’s gambling casino.

      Every bard walks in an inner landscape, that is ever changing, while uttering his every footstep, on the tip of his tongue. That is GENESIS.

  15. Robert Barricklow on January 16, 2023 at 11:48 am

    Garbage in…?

  16. InfiniteRUs on January 16, 2023 at 10:08 am

    And to keep funding and to sell their predictive services those involved in this research likely lie about their success rate by ignoring or deleting their failures. Of course some law enforcement agents relying upon this being more accurate than it is use it as justification to further stomp on our privacy and rights. I know from first hand experience this ability is bogus and inaccurate based on info taken out of context.

  17. ragiza on January 16, 2023 at 9:57 am

    I’m sure “they” have been researching how to manipulate masses of people for decades. The success of the Bernays’ program in the US for involvement in ww1 would have been very encouraging.

    However, in handling the serfs they want the non-ultra rich to become, AI will just be a manipulated front for whatever the low quality inbred ultra-rich want done. “Hey, don’t blame us, this is what this superlative AI tells us must be done”.

    Instead of a dictator, you have have some BS AI masquerading what a dull pseudo-elite wants done to preserve their wealth and power positions.

    • FiatLux on January 18, 2023 at 12:27 am

      Good thinking! “The virus made us do it” will be replaced with “The AI made us do it” — just as soon as those in charge can get enough of the plebs to trust the AI.

  18. Joseph Aiello on January 16, 2023 at 9:49 am

    I remember reading that Twitter was used to track peoples reactions.
    A tweet would be released to evoke a particular emotional response, whether true or not, and then the responses would be tracked to see how deep into the population they went, etc.

    • FiatLux on January 18, 2023 at 12:24 am

      Naturally… That has to be one of the main reasons Twitter was developed in the first place.

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