Artwork: “Generation P / Babylon”
By Sasha Berg
“While I was doing all this trigonometry, I didn’t like the symbols for sine, cosine, tangent, and so on. To me, “sin f” looked like s times i times n times f!
So I invented another symbol, like a square root sign, that was a sigma with a long arm sticking out of it, and I put the f underneath. For the tangent it was a tau with the top of the tau extended, and for the cosine I made a kind of gamma,
but it looked a little bit like the square root sign.”
“I thought my symbols were just as good, if not better, than the regular symbols–it doesn’t make any difference what symbols you use–but I discovered later that it does make a difference. Once when I was explaining something to another kid in high school, without thinking I started to make these symbols, and he said, “What the hell are those?” I realized then that if I’m going to talk to anybody else, I’ll have to use the standard symbols, so I eventually gave up my own symbols. “
“As we speak, we go through life with babbling with each other.
That language IS known as babble.
What’s interpreting the things that we’re saying is our subconscious ability to make those interpretations.
And that’s how they get you to switch off (your awareness) and stand down.
And that’s what you’re essentially are: You walk around with your conscious stood down. You don’t have access to it. And you don’t have access to it because of the words that you are using…”
“It’s there, yet nobody seems to have access to it.
Specimen; for example; your blood specimen, or your tissue specimen, all are seen as dead. They are dead (when examined). When they look for it under the microscope (like in schools) they are actually looking at something that is dead.
You’re not allowed to see life because if any one of you could work out for themselves how the cell works, you’re gonna figure out everything. If any of you can work out how the ecosystem of this planet works, you’re gonna figure out everything.
And of course, if you figure out how your language works to program your conscious, subconscious, and unconscious mind- it’s all over.
One of the things THEY do, is they always tell you the truth. Always. They have to.
Whenever they don’t, they’re caught out.
There’s a reason why- that is your subconscious mind. Works at a hundred and twenty times faster than your conscious mind is. A hundred and twenty times faster. I am unable to go into the world of the unconscious because it is unconscious.
Your conscious mind- it knows when you’re lying, it knows when you’re telling the truth and it knows what the facts are. And it’s already performed those calculations 120 times way before the conscious mind gets to it. And you might feel it as a sense of intuition or a dream and then you act on it or your conscious mind acts on it 120 years later when it’s all over and that’s known as a migration period.
That’s how long sometimes it can take if one does not listen to their instincts for that information that the subconscious mind gave you either in a solar plexus or any other part of the world to alert you to that something is not quite right that sound it can might take to migrate to the conscious mind if your subconscious has been made to stand down.
If you are disconnected from your subconscious mind your conscious mind is in a state of fear- abject fear. And that is what they do to you in the courtrooms when you walk in- even before you’ve gone into the building; they get you petrified and since you’re petrified you don’t really have access to your subconscious mind and on occasions that it will force it way through, they interrupt it.
A Handshake interruption is what hypnosis would call it.
This is a mechanism created by nature for you to be able to handle your own unique perspective.
The quicker it goes the more simulated you are with your subconscious.
Experiments show we quickly adjust to seeing everything upside-down.
WikiPedia: George Malcolm Stratton (September 26, 1865 – October 8, 1957) was a psychologist who pioneered the study of perception in vision by wearing special glasses which inverted images up and down and left and right.
Stratton served in the Army during World War I, developing psychological tests to select airmen for Army aviation. Exposure to the war effort prompted his interest in international relations and causes of wars. He was an anti-war believer who held psychology should aim to assist humanity’s quest to avert future wars. He was optimistic that people and ethnicities, making up nations, could be taught to live in peace, though the races were not equal in inborn mental capacity, a belief he held as scientific. In the later part of his career he wrote books looking at international relations, war, and the differences between races on emotions. He was also a scholar of the classics and translated Greek philosophers.
He also presented a report of experiments with inverted vision to the Science Association of the university.
Newborn babies wore pairs of glasses that reversed the visual effect upside down.
If you remember, this is what the human brain does by itself.
The glasses, like a language, gradually disabled that part of the brain function.
As of now, the human society still lacks the definitive “language” to deal with reality.
Simply because we are divided.
This is why SYNTAX is so important.
When i were in highschool we were taught a note that i don’t find in any other language:
Mislav Lashoni = The step, level of your language (speech, writing).
It meant that whatever you say is directly proportional to your level of self/knowledge.
You are what you say.
Language has many jargons in it like a structured society. But to think that it works like a democratic election by “the people” Is to give legitimacy to human experience to change reality.
Time is not linear it’s one. Hence you actually lack all the verbs you should have to explain reality changing,
Newspeak is the language of Oceania, a fictional totalitarian state In George Orwell‘s world of Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Newspeak is a controlled language, of restricted grammar and limited vocabulary, a linguistic design meant to limit the freedom of thought—personal identity, self-expression, free will—that ideologically threatens the regime of Big Brother and the Party, who thus criminalized such concepts as thoughtcrime, contradictions of Ingsoc orthodoxy.
In “The Principles of Newspeak”, the appendix to the 1949 novel, Orwell explains that Newspeak usage follows most of the English grammar, yet is a language characterized by a continually diminishing vocabulary; complete thoughts reduced to simple terms of simplistic meaning.
Linguistically, the contractions of Newspeak—Ingsoc (English Socialism), Minitrue (Ministry of Truth), etc.—derive from the syllabic abbreviations of Russian, which identify the government and social institutions of the USSR, such as politburo (Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union), Comintern (Communist International), kolkhoz (collective farm), and Komsomol (Young Communists’ League).
The long-term political purpose of the new language is for every member of the Party and society, except the Proles—the working-class of Oceania—to exclusively communicate in Newspeak, by the year A.D. 2050; during that 66-year transition, the usage of Oldspeak (Standard English) shall remain interspersed among Newspeak conversations.