The blockbuster 1999 hit movie, The Matrix is a metaphor for real life. It illustrates, quite well, the fact that total reality and a human being’s perception of reality are very different things.
In the Matrix movie, the main character (Neo) is gradually awakened to the fact that nothing is the way it appears. As the film evolves, Neo’s understanding of reality is eventually replaced with a more authentic representation of existence. The Neo character learns that the images of the world he has always embraced as being genuine have been disingenuously implanted in his mind by a computer-operated society.
Most people are unable to see the real matrix they live in every single day of their lives. Many of us lack the skillset to be able to crack the necessary codes that would allow us to view our world as it actually exists.
For twelve years, I had the excellent opportunity to stand in front of college students while lecturing on this same topic. And when I did so, many of my students were often confused by my statements because I believe they thought I was kidding, that I wasn’t serious. But after a while, they began to understand that I was, in fact, very serious and not joking.
The human brain has been compared by some respected scientists to a computer or a central processing unit (CPU). According to Wikipedia, “A central processing unit (CPU), also called a central processor or main processor, is the electronic circuitry within a computer that executes instructions that make up a computer program. The CPU performs basic arithmetic, logic, controlling, and input/output (I/O) operations specified by the instructions in the program.”
The above definition or description of a CPU, in many ways, sounds a lot like what the human brain was designed to do. The human brain is the master controller or central processer for the rest of the body. It receives and sends afferent and efferent electrical impulses (instructions for health and wellness) to a plethora of circuitry. That circuitry leads to quadrillions of cells that make up tissues, and those tissues then make up different organs. The various organs end up making organ systems, that ultimately make up a living, functioning person.
The world that we regularly see, touch, smell, taste, and hear would be unrecognizable to any of us in its pure form. It is entirely different from what our gifted sensibilities lead us to believe.
The world around us only looks or appears like it does to living people because it has been processed by the human brain (CPU). The world, as it exists unprocessed by the brain, is comprised of countless frequencies that are bouncing around the entire universe.
Everything that makes up the physical world around us is comprised of tiny subatomic particles that fluctuate back and forth between being solid objects and universal frequencies codes.
Universal frequency codes are written very precisely. In simple terms, this means that anything that is intelligently designed within the universe is initially written in frequency codes first. The frequency codes are then converted through a process I call solidification into subatomic particles, and then those subatomic particles that have been intelligently arranged form a particular aspect of third-dimensional reality.
The anatomical and physiological models of all biological entities, as amazing as they might be, are the third-dimensional products yielded from the solidification of universal frequency codes. Everything we believe to be solid in the world is actually hollow and for all intents and purposes holographic in nature.
The human brain is a central processing unit that takes a universal frequency generated blueprint (existence) and converts it into the physical and tangible expression we regularly perceive to be a reality. And concerning the rich spectrum of reality, our human senses only provide us with a slice of truth when it comes to being able to perceive Earth and universal existence.
If we carefully examine the basic structure of DNA, we can easily observe that the double-helix design looks strikingly similar to that of an antenna or a receiver. It has been my contention for the longest time that DNA, besides being a blueprint for life, is a Universal Frequency receiver.
DNA – Antenna/Universal Frequency Converter
When Universal Frequency Codes encounter human/animal/plant DNA, the DNA’s basic structure will solidify said frequencies into subatomic particles. Depending on the code’s particular arrangement, a holographic or solid appearing reality is created for humans and other sentient beings.
I also believe that a specific light/frequency introduced to the DNA template can modify its structure, and this can then affect or limit a human being’s ability to perceive one holographic expression of reality from another.
This is how and why I believe different dimensional constructs might be able to exist. Other dimensional parameters of existence containing expressive life forms could theoretically be possible and might occupy the same space simultaneously.
We humans can only perceive a limited number of Universal Frequency Codes because the tuning mechanism we are bound to (DNA) has been strategically designed to filter out other-dimensional platforms.
Any way you slice it, we appear to be living in a matrix — a holographic experience derived from a frequency generated blueprint.