Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The Craziest Thing We've Ever Posted

I honestly believe that when my brain and nervous system were burned by sodium lye in my bloodstream at 18 months of age, I hooked into this somehow very similar to the way animals are hooked into it. We might say animals are hooked into it because they don't have the blather of conscious thoughts to drown out the signal.

I think in some way I may never be able to accurately explain, I still hear the signal despite an inner dialogue as sharp and intense as that of anybody else if not more so. I think my early trauma did something to me that enabled me to hear this signal despite the presence of a conscious mind.

So there you have it. Sounds nuts except I think if you've been reading Vault-Co for a couple of years you know it might be plausible.

I'll go a little further and say all of my precognitive flashes take place at night and not as visions or dreams, either, rarely if ever. I believe they actually occur under the surface in another part of my brain that never sleeps.

I suspect the reason that all severe Asperger's sufferers have such chronic insomnia is that there is a part of their mind that never shuts down and continues to run at night when they are supposed to be in deep theta. In fact, as they grow weary after dusk, this part of the brain is able to come into the foreground and exert itself more intensely. I don't think it is the subconscious because it seems quite rational in ways that other people's subconscious minds never are.

I think in some people, like me, it acts as native radar several years in advance of the fact.

Many paleontologists often wonder how it happens that animal migrations and shifts in behaviour in ancient times always seem to proceed the actual changes to the environment. It's because they have a radar that feels things. Animals know when itz coming and so do some people. I believe that sodium lye burned out a part of my brain that creates social conformity and consensus and once it fell silent, I could at last hear the ancient dormant mammalian part of the brain that watches for subtle changes in the environment that can save it's life and the lives of others around it.

I think if I had been on the coastline of Indonesia before the tsunami, I would have felt a strong desire to move to higher ground before it showed up, just like all the other animals there.


Anonymous said...

George Ure at has been working with a team of software developers using text data mining of news, discussions, and web content to identify future themes and trends. Their results are often vague but seem to have some predictive value. As a Phd who did a text data mining dissertation, I find their work to be quite interesting and plausible.

Anonymous said...

Ive read about that crap. Nonsense and indeed the craziest thing you ever posted :)


Anonymous said...

Fried brain? What a study!

Extreme manic episodes can sometimes lead to psychotic symptoms such as delusions and hallucinations.

Insomnia is a sleeping disorder characterized by persistent difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep despite the opportunity. It is typically followed by FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT WHILE AWAKE. Insomniacs have been known to complain about being unable to close their eyes or "rest their mind" for more than a few minutes at a time.

And we'll leave the head shrinkers to decide which of these DSM-IV codes are more appropriate:
Personality disorders
Cluster A (odd or eccentric)
301.0 Paranoid personality disorder
301.20 Schizoid personality disorder
301.22 Schizotypal personality disorder
Cluster B (dramatic, emotional, or erratic)
301.7 Antisocial personality disorder
301.83 Borderline personality disorder
301.50 Histrionic personality disorder
301.81 Narcissistic personality disorder
Cluster C (anxious or fearful)
301.82 Avoidant personality disorder
301.6 Dependent personality disorder
301.4 Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder

"Not that there's anything wrong with that." - Seinfeld

Anonymous said...

you don't have the slightest idea what a credible news source is, do you?

Anonymous said...

I take a more simplistic approach...'God guides those who are listening'

I suppose you could try to dice it down to the nuts and bolts of biology, just as 'god created the earth' can be diced down to a series of evolutionary processes.

It's all the same answer, just different levels of scrutiny.

(A Thousand Good Intentions)

Anonymous said...


Sometimes I go for an all-nighter.
And I wonder "What if
the dawn I'm watching is just the last sunset
played backwards?"

And then I dream of living backwards in time,
walking like an amnesic
into a predestined future.

And then I realize the ugly surprise;
the shock of finding that things don't match the story,
that the past is nothing like we remember it.
But we don't notice it; we don't care anymore.

Alexander Supertramp said...

Doesn't sound crazy to me. So what is your 'spidey sense' telling you at the moment, just a general feeling of impending doom or some huge event about to happen at any minute? I wonder what would happen if you spent some time in one of those isolation tanks. I'll slip you a few bucks to pay the day spa if you want to try it. I seem to remember that Jung wrote something about this sort of phenomenon.

Alex S. said...

I just had an epihany. VC you have reminded me of a character in a book I read as a teenager and I've never been able to bring it to a conscious level. It just came to me. The seller of lightening rods in Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes. He was an itinerant foreteller of impending doom.

Anonymous said...

What prompted this post? Have you had some precognition lately?

Texas Arcane said...

I have felt certainty that something big is coming. Not panic or even fear. Just woke up one morning with certainty that something really shocking is going to happen shortly and a lot of people are going to die.

Whether or not these feelings (better to call them "conclusions" made while I sleep) are genuine, it's foolish indeed to presuppose that such intuition would be present throughout the animal kingdom, even observed in microbial life ... then somehow absent in man.

I think our noise-to-signal ratio is very high, particularly in modern people raised on television, where 99% of their thought processes revolve around germinal notions put in their heads by the box. Television reduces mental efficiency and it impairs deductive reasoning. Of that I'm certain.

Texas Arcane said...

A lot of times, the thing itself is right there like trying to remember the name of a song.

In the months leading up to 9-11, on Vault-Co I repeatedly predicted a false flag attack in New York with the express purpose of pulling us into the Middle East. I also predicted, in print, it would be the Statue of Liberty, the WTC or the Empire State as landmarks struck for effect.

At no time did I ever predict real terrorism, all through the summer of 2001 I said it would be a false flag attack.

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