Saturday, December 20, 2014

We'll Meet Again ...

As the hologram is a series of recycled projected events in an illusion, based on the same algorithm, we meet the same souls over and over again, playing different roles. It's about the script, the code, and the book. We'll all meet again when the story ends at "0" point.

We'll Meet Again is a 1939 British song made famous by singer Vera Lynn. The song gave its name to the 1943 musical film "We'll Meet Again" in which Dame Vera Lynn starred. Lynn's recording is also featured in the final scene of Stanley Kubrick's 1964 film Dr. Strangelove. Interesting that I was born in 1943 and remember my consciousness "rushing" through a "pneumatic tunnel" from that timeline to become Ellie Crystal.

WWII was about biogenetic and time travel experiments mirroring our experiences in physical reality. It introduced themes about aliens and opened the door for consciousness to expand into truth with the help of technology. Was it the hologram itself that created this upward flow of consciousness we are rapidly experiencing now, or alien intervention, or both?

All things are created by the hologram's algorithms using binary code which includes the human brain, human DNA, and endless messages left across the planet and into the outer reaches of what we believe is space. Is the Earth set in a hologram? Some would say yes. I would agree.

We are not only lost and trapped in a simulation, but in time and emotions. This was the theme of the Syfy miniseries Ascension (December 15-17, 2014). A decades-long biogenetic experiment to enhance evolution and produce a "star child" was created. 50 years later (our timeline) the mission was fulfilled with 13 year old Christa, played by Ellie O'Brien, who was able to access her powers when she became filled with rage, opening a wormhole that teleported a member of the crew to ... not sure where ... not sure when.

The term "Star Child" is borrowed from 2001: A Space Odyssey which again takes us to Thus Spoke Zarathrustra" and Z. It written by Arthur C. Clarke - the film directed by Stanley Kubrick. In the final episode, it's Ellie to the rescue and the truth revealed.

One has to wonder ... will it take a global show of the human emotions fear and rage to ultimately do the "trick" and set us free? We sure are headed in that direction. Ellie, as with many other actresses who play teen characters with powers, bears a resemblance to Sarah as a child in Sarah and Alexander. When I clicked the link for Sarah and Alexander I discovered something I posted April 3, 1998 before my grandson Michael was born. While reading that blog, his mom, my daughter Zsia, called on her way to work. Michael was supposed to be a girl who would be named Sarah, yet in that moment this is what I wrote and "accidentally" linked to now after 16.5 years.

The book ... the code ... and the Star Child Christa (Ellie)