Presentation Q1-12

Presented on: Saturday, March 21, 2015

Presented by: Roger Weir

Presentation Q1-12

The Future and The New Past
Presentation 12 of 52

Presentation 1-12
Presented by Roger Weir
Saturday, March 21, 2015


Let's come to the 12th presentation of this year of The Future and the New Past. How the division of time into a past which is gone and dead and a future which is not yet arrived and up for grabs, governed by a present that is under the control of whoever has power. That entire construct is over. Constructs like that are mental. They obtain by projection. They sustain themselves by enforcement. They control ritual with codes and laws. They structure ideas with doctrines and defensive prejudice. It's over. That particular age was a time form in civilization gone astray. Badly astray.

And as we have been looking at for some while here, being more and more sophisticated and mature in our regard for time forms as the rhythm of civilization. As distinct from culture, even cultures, even high cultures, even global cultures. Civilization is different. It is a complementarity not only of pairs that have symmetry, but of symmetries that become super, super symmetry in a complementarity which has its resonance in a new form that we call ten-dimensional hyperspace. And that ten-dimensional hyperspace is fertile for conscious life. For shared love. And the gateway, the portal, the access, is a recalibration from the present which divides time into a dead past and an up for grabs future in a free for all **inaudible word** organized by the oneness of whoever controls the power the most. And that if one then has a global culture, well, then you have control of it all, don't you?

In the past skewed time form that seemed true as a goal. So that the highest thinking willing was all based upon gaining that. Because in the past time form, which ended in 1991 formally, which was shaky by the 1890's, quite consciously, which had a referent wave back in 1650 about there. That had a midpoint between that reference wave of 1650 and the carrier wave of, say, 2000. The midpoint of that development, that final thrust of a new time form, preparing and preparing and maturing and coming finally now into play carries with it that midpoint of about 1825. When a cluster of events and geniuses gave us a glimpse of where we had come from reverentially that was new and where we were going to have a threshold crossing that was newer than new in our own time.

In 1825, Thomas Jefferson, at the very end of a long life in his eighties, completed his last great project of designing the architecture, the curriculum, doing all of the hiring, designing the library, providing all of the books, making sure that the campus of the University of Virginia was, as he called it, an academical village for the new persons. Those persons who would mature in the new world with a completely new world vision. A vision of the new world, which was the most poignant idea of the Renaissance. The Renaissance as a rebirth of classical learning in order to come current with the visioning of a new world which right on time was discovered. At least the discovery in 1492 with Columbus is that talismanic decision. Yes, there were some before. They didn't have that quality of impress that in the Renaissance.

Columbus's 1492 voyage is the marking and 500 years later the biggest challenge of that new world embroiled in the old world came to a crux in four in 1991-1992 where the Jeffersonian Republic found itself by the tens of thousands in gas masks, camouflage fatigues, heavily armed, supported by incredible heavy tanks, cruise missiles, jets. All of this under a completely black sky in the founding of the old civilization in ancient Sumeria, in Iraq, in southern Iraq, where all the oil was and largely is. And all of those wells, some 500, were set ablaze in an attempt to have a suicidal end to the whole world. If you're going to conquer us, if you're going to fight us, we are the Middle East ready to take out the entire world so that you will have a victory over ruins.

This kind of suicide was built into the skew of the old-time form and repeated itself like a nightmare. Only in the old-time form the nightmare did not extend to the planet. It extended to the scalar of the psyche of the rulers or would be rulers of the world civilization, the Roman Empire in the West, the Han Empire in the East. And the incredible realization at that time that the crimp in the carrier wave became a source for a schizophrenia that infected and kept reinfecting and for several hundred years went through the cycle of breakout of the virulence a seeming rebate and then a breakout again. And all of this eventually came into a challenge that brought a version of the new carrier wave into a formal modification where it was worked into world order, worked into an imperial system. And this seems to be trying to reinstate itself as the pattern in our own time.

We have understood that the time forms of civilization have an energy wave, frequency, and reference. And that the implication of that is that in the universe, time is the energy. And space is the manifestation of that energy in terms of its registry. Primordially even just primordially even as establishing before primarily. So that there is a cosmology involved which was recognized 2000 years ago to such a refinement that in our time, some 2000 years later recovering that is the perfecting of the Renaissance, which was just a reversing, a trying to bring it back into play.

What occurs in a primordial way is that the present as an idea, as a source of projection, as a source of will and power and dominance is transformed into presence. And that presence has a quality not of the integral cycle of space-time nature in the universal integral, but that there is a differential paired to, tuned to, that integral cycle. But the differential has an ecology and ecology of consciousness.

So that the dimensions of consciousness do form a complementarity with the dimensions of space-time, but they have a double transform. One was recognized broadly in the Renaissance that the transform is in the forms and achievements of art. That the artist as a person is a hero. The 19th century held Michelangelo as the great hero of the Renaissance. In the late 20th century due to propaganda and projections and so forth it seemed to be Leonardo da Vinci. But it is the artist who is able to prepare a quality of presence where the shared presence engenders a dimension and a dimension differentially of consciousness that's a development out of vision, out of the field of vision into a complex flow. We called it in the parayana last year and that yearlong cycle, a trans flow. That the original natural flow is the mythic horizon of experience, of language spoken, of images, and of their attendant feelings and so forth. That trans flow is history. A, not just a differential consciousness field and emergence as art, but a kaleidoscopic consciousness in a second transform. And that trans flow is able to bring in the very fine high truthfulness of the form of science.

And so, all of the sciences and the arts indeed belong together in the learning, in the curricula of a Renaissance university. Different from a medieval university, which is scholastic based upon doctrine, hierarchy, the will of imperial popes versus kings, etc. But the understanding was so subtle in the Renaissance that very few persons and occasionally communities were able to develop this conscious dimensional ecology but enough to bring us to the present moment, which is a presence. A presence quality of the four dimensions of differential consciousness and kaleidoscopic consciousness as a pair of pairs. All of them having the living transform of the natural cycle so that it matures into a complementarity where those four dimensions with the four dimensions making an eight like an octave to scalar music. There is a ninth in that dimension of complementarity where the artist and the scientist come together in their presence, their shared presence, and are able to bring into play a new kind of space, a hyperspace, which brings into play the fertility that becomes a new kind of time. And that kind of time is able differentially and kaleidoscopic to emerge from a completely zero field of nature and a completely infinite field of consciousness and to emerge fresh because of that fertility.

This is the great learning in our time, in our age, in our time form. That we can now appreciate aesthetically, we can understand analytically well enough to carry forth. And in doing so, there are guides, guiding persons, guiding people, prismatic people, prismatic persons, who are helpers that do a lot of healing. Who are those who gift us with the opportunities for learning to mature into this fine inheritance so that we are able to understand the beauty of a universe, become a cosmos, become real.

One of the great qualities of this early 21st century is that for those who have come to see in presence visioning, come to understand that there is a kaleidoscopic consciousness of history and thus science as well and are able to bring in an understanding that one can run across something seemingly just a news item on the web.

There is an article preview entitled Quantitative Visualization of DNA G Hyphen Quadraplex Structures in Human cells. A quadraplex is a four-part complex, so it has a structure. It has a quaternary structure. And it can operate being a quadraplex ambidextrously as a square or in a rotation 90 degrees either way as a diamond. And when brought together, they make a very complex patterning of complementarity that we're all used to the Sanskrit word for such a form. And that is a mandala. It also is because of the four and the four an octave, an octagon. But because it is able to be rotated either way 90 degrees, the chirality fullness of it is left-handed rotation as that mandala, right-handed rotation is that mandala. So that the master mandala is to see into the diamond as a pair.

And so, the entirety of that complex is really a 12-fold symbol. And that 12-fold symbol is so fundamental and basic in its quality that in relating our movement of our sun, of our star, against the starry expanse of the universe from our perspective on Earth, it looks like the stars arrange themselves into patterns that have a story to tell. That fit into stories. That have a mythic orthography. That have a symbolic iconography that has a mythic shape. And we call that series of constellations that the Sun describes in its motion against the stars for a whole year, a Zodiac.

And there are such things as a Chinese zodiac. Related to ten part. The ten stems and the 12 branches. The way in which earth and heaven relate together. And in ancient China, the dynastic way of assuming that one has the gift of the power to control to establish a new dynasty. Its double ceremony was held on the peninsula jutting out into the Pacific Ocean, quite a large peninsula. It's a province of China called Shandong. And Shandong is Shan, uh, meaning Mountain. It's there because it is dominated by very powerful mountain. And its name is Tai Shan, Great Mountain. And to establish a new dynasty that would be dynastic new emperor, perform the Feng and Shuang Shui ceremonies. One He ascended to the top of Tai Shan and conducted the heavenly connection of his power to found a dynasty and then brought it down from the mountain so that he could deliver this to the people. One recognizes in this an ancient pattern that wasn't Chinese at all, like Moses going to the top of Sinai to get the imprimatur that heaven God has bestowed on him and written out by a finger in stone The Ten Commandments that are to be delivered to the people.
So, whether it is the founding of a dynasty on Tai Shan at the peak and coming down to the valleys of the people to establish it. Or it's Moses in Sinai or before him some 2000 years before him, because Moses is certainly a living reference wave. 2000 years before him the reference wave, which was living that was very similar in almost all respects was Sargon of Akkad. Both were purposefully orphaned, seemingly, so that they could mature in a very special way. Sargon was nestled into a woven basket of reeds, sealed with bitumen, tar, and set afloat on the Euphrates and was discovered by the keeper of the royal date palm orchards. A source of incredible food supply for ancient Sumer. And that keeper of the gardens raised the baby as his own. And that baby became Sargon.

And he was trained to understand that the date palm as a gift of food, the gift of life that in the wild in nature, doesn't produce many dates at all. Hardly sustainable for a population. But under cultivation, under put into a garden, that garden of date palms or whatever else you are growing in that garden becomes sustaining for an entire people, for an entire new quality of people called a civilization. Where the presence of that garden stays with the founder of that vision, receiving it and then bestowing it. Receiving it high on the mountain, and then bestowing it to all those in the various lands below. It is a global, it is a planetary now phenomenality, and it has a characterization.

The quantitative visualization of DNA G quadriplegics. The G stands for guanine, one of four, four again, nucleic acids that go together and they make DNA. They make the double helix of DNA. But what is interesting is that the time form for life is guided in the chromosomes, the 22 chromosomes that go to make up the effect in the field of the four nucleic acids of life. Those 22 chromosomes are each indexed by what are called telomeres. And telomere, the definition is a region of repetitive nucleotide sequences at the end of a chromatin which protects the end of the chromosome from deterioration or from fusion with neighboring chromosomes. Name is from the Greek tellosin millospart (sp?), for vertebrates, the sequence of nucleotides and telomeres is t-t-a-g-g. Uh, thymine, thymine, adenine, **inaudible word**, guanine.

But there are special preparatory pre-events that are not in the structure where the triple guanines are made into a quadruple of four guanines. Those four guanine molecules then make that square which is able to rotate chirality, left or right, but they make the fertility of that square. I call it a square of attention, the natural cycle in its natural cycle completeness, into the further resonances that are charily. So that instead of getting a circularity, one gets a hexality. And that helix has a paired-ness because of the angular momentum of the double rotation. And it is the angular momentum of rotation that conveys a time signature to the square that would be there complete as space and allows for the emergence of a chiral universe, a phenomenon which are fertile enough for life to be real enough to eventually develop DNA and telomeres and a set of 22, not only chromosomes but amino acids. Which then are the alphabet, the alphabet soup, out of which the great chefs of mystery make all life forms not only possible, but mature-able. Who, with the right guidance can learn to be real.

Let's take a little break and we'll come right back.


Let's come back. And let's take a look, because we're doing a complexity, a multiplicity, a differential form of learning, which has a kaleidoscopic history and a, an infinite differential conscious field. As prismatic persons we're able to create, creatively imagine, and also engender remembering as we play, as we inquire, as we create and as we analyze.

Erick Erickson lived to be about 93. And this little volume, Carol Hren Hoare, uh, edited this. Erickson on Development in Adulthood: New insights from the Unpublished Papers. And Erick Erickson was famous for doing a life cycle of maturation in a number of books over a long lifetime. And his wife, Joan Erickson, who was a shared presence tuned prismatic person with him put out a slim volume. I hope to bring it again next week. We've had, uh, it in the parayana a couple of times. That the completed life cycle has resonances. Two of the thresholds that occur in that life cycle. Uh, one is in the volume, Life history and the Historical Moment. Lives have a history in complexity. Related to that is Identity, Youth, and Crisis. It is Erickson who coined the phrase a, an identity crisis. An identity insists on a tautology. I am I. A equals A. Its provable by itself. Its authority is from its own claim. This is recognizable as fanaticism.

And we have talked about just a few presentations ago Eric Hoffer's The True Believer. The 1957 volume by the philosopher who was a longshoreman in San Francisco. Largely self-taught. Always worked as a longshoreman. He had rough hands. Um, mottled, pinkish old skin. White hair when I met him. Rounded glasses without rims. And, um, gestures that were, uh, workman simple, direct. A timbre of speaking that was not declamatory or rhetorical in the least.

The True Believer he wrote in 1957, is a fanatic willing to die for his cause. But what is insidious he is willing to have you die for his cause. So that suicidal murder is a part of the propagation of his cause-ness, his fanaticism. And considers himself a true believer. He's on the march everywhere, Hoffer writes. And his follow up book a few years later was called The Ordeal of Change.

Now I interviewed Hoffer in the 1960's at San Francisco State as a graduate student, teaching graduate student. To pair him in an interview with the interview of a visiting professor from New York. Very famous at the time, Paul Goodman. Hoffer and Goodman were completely different. Goodman, dressed like a college student in his hip, um, relaxation with a gray sweatshirt uh, and baggy khaki pants and tennis shoes. And loved to sit with the young coeds and chat with them and laugh with them and just be with them.

It was about that time that Erikson's development of the life cycle was a part of a whole surge of enquiry. A couple of figures at the time was Gregory Bateson, the ecology of conscious qualities. John Weir Perry, who was probing the visionary development in a real therapy that was not therapeutic in terms of ideas but was revelatory in the visioning that was engendered as one developed the inquiry into and of that present saying. A quality that somewhat was shared by the Jungian analytical psychology but by that time in the 1960's there was already a sea change that had crept into the Jungian professional ranks. The Jung society in San Francisco was about a block from the apartment that me and my roommates had. And we in better days used to just go and read in the little square ten-foot garden plot area and utilize their library. And, uh, one day the front door was locked, and a little peephole opened when you rang the doorbell and you had to have 3000 hours of, uh, analysis professionally to come in and use the library. And we don't really go to the garden anymore **inaudible word**.

So that the curdling of the 1960's was a very real threshold recoil. January 1st was held in the Longshoreman's Hall. Some of us knew through Hoffer the Longshoremen's union and were able to schedule the Longshoremen's hall where Fisherman's Wharf meets Chinatown. And to hold a get together. Its theme was America needs Indians. And on the gymnasium hall floor of the Longshoreman's main area in their hall, a series of about 12 teepees were set up. And each teepee was occupied by a group of young men and young women who were doing new explorations in the arts and in the sciences. One of the teepees had a group that did a projection of motion of color globules of liquid within a gaseous kind of framework to the rhythms of rock music. It was the first light show. January 1st, 1966. And other things.

Followed up by a deeper, kaleidoscopic understanding to that differential visionary offering. Instead of America needs Indians it was a universal been in the place in Golden Gate Park, where the Panhandle bleeds into Golden Gate Park's long rectangle. And the poster had a plane's engine on his Appaloosa horse, holding up a scroll of everyone who was going to be speaking there. And of course, it was headlined by that time, by late May of 1966, with people that had willed and powered their way to the marquee top, like Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsberg. And at the very bottom, the whole guarding was not by the San Francisco police, but by the Hells Angel motorcycle gang. You best not transgress about anything. You can bring all of your stuff, but don't cause no trouble. These guys are off their hogs, and they're mean.

A few months later the Mafioso and other power groups were running the drug scene that by that autumn decayed into something that was a slow-motion nightmare. So that entering 1967 there was a Vietnam War in America, on the streets and in the hovels. Especially of the young, those promising to have the vision to participate in the kaleidoscope. Which in that year led to 1968, when the entire country seemed to be facing an identity crisis that was just punctuated by the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. And then reiterated by the assassination of RFK, Robert F. Kennedy. And then rubbed in by the Democratic convention in Chicago. And in Miami by the Republicans.

When new time forms roam to their carrier way all of the flotsam jetsam come to the surface. It all bubbles up again. And it ain't pretty. But the vision and the history are trustworthy and real. In The Epistle to the Hebrews a palace in Alexandria, who is the inheritor of the community from Philo was by 57 A.D. invited by vision and by kaleidoscopic shared presence to travel from Alexandria to Ephesus. Where he presided over the funeral of Mary Magdalene. Not of her death, but of the Greek word is her Koimesis, her going to sleep. And wrote The Epistle to the Hebrews to emphasize that there is a long endurance that wins. The vision, the history are real.

We live in a time where that is, uh, similarly needed to be recognized, not cognized. It doesn't cognize. But you have to live in presence and share it to have the vision become personal. And then you have to participate in the history so that the analytic emerges as a trustworthy way to understand who we are, where we are, and what we are doing in the cosmos. It is then quite real.

The quality that we were talking about of qualitative visualization of DNAG, that is the four guanines at the end of the telomere, at the cap of the chromosome time clock. That when that sequence of telomeres wears out, a natural, um, ending of that time form occurs, barring accident, barring massacre. All living time forms will have that.

Guanine as one of the four nucleic acids in DNA is always paired with cytosine. The G's and the C's form a bit, a nucleotide bit. Like the other two nucleic acids, adenine and thymine form a pair. So that a pair of pairs is the square of the natural cycle and has a double angular momentum as the chirality of living life. In that natural universe, making a cosmos when it is populated by a shared presence beings who are at home, not in some empire on some globe, but whose home is initially the whole star system of wherever they are, however complex that is. And share an interstellar frontier with all other star system civilizations.

The quality of cytosine is that it has everything to do with regulation of the way in which life reproduces. This is a diagram. It's actually an ad. It's an ad for small E Bioscience Corporation. And it's interesting because when you spell it out with all capital, it's the first two letters are E-B like an extra biological entity. An EBE is very short for aliens in many sequences. This particular chart is an ordering chart that you can buy from this company. It was put out, by the way, in 2005, ten years ago. It's ten years out of date. Uh, "Cytokines emerging roles in cancer hematopoiesis." Hematopoiesis is, has to do with creative blood conditions, inflammation, and immune regulation. "Cytokines are a diverse family of soluble immunomodulatory proteins and peptides." Peptides are chains of proteins, peptide chain. "As humoral regulators, which either under normal or pathological conditions modulate the functional activities of individual cells and tissues." Cytoplasm is the tissue of a cell.

Cytosine has to do with tissues. Guanine has to do with the time cycle, time element. So that you can say that guanine deals with the bones of the tissues G and C and adenine with the blood and the glands, the adenine, and the thymine. The thymus one of the glands. It is a quality where one can understand that there is a fifth quality, and that is the neurons. They're not bone. They're not tissue. They're not blood. They're not gland. But like the sum, they go with the others to make a hand, to make an ability for an analytic to really grasp what this structure not only is but what it does. And that it's is-ness in dynamic is what is occurring. And so, one has to be able to do a calculus both in integrally and differentially to be able to understand what is going on. That means you have to really begin to understand higher mathematics. Which is a language, one among many, of something that is beyond the truths of a natural completion. The Sanskrit word for that was a dharma.

There's something beyond the dharma in classical Buddhism, it is called the Abhidharma. Or usually because the Buddhism of the time that developed it was from Ceylon with a southern accent, not the Sanskrit of the North. And so, it was not a dharma, but a dharma, Abhidharma.

Later, that whole transform of the beyond the high Dharma, the beyond Dharma became the Mahayana, which became the Vajrayana, which in our time is becoming The Parayana. Which was taught last year here.

The E Bioscience products, you can buy a cytokine and chemokine receptors, and there's a whole list that analysis is provided corporate development has, um, made available and distributed globally. Recombinant cytokines, uh, and anybody pairs and standards. And they use ready, set, go with exclamation mark. Ready, set, go! One, two, three. Um, it's short. Is Elisa. Elisa sets. Or Elisa Antibody pairs and standards. Elisa stands for enzyme linked immuno absorbent assays.

This quality of cytosine analytics ten years ago already becomes paired with a qualitative visualization that DNAG quadriplegics structures and human cells are not only the way in which cells replicate and have their ins and outs in every aspect of that. But how to stop it? How to bring a cessation not sub atomically but subcellular early in the DNA? In the way in which the four guanines kept from operating for a reproduction. Avery Newell a freshening and instead mis function. They misfire. They fire as stop. When you're talking about the death of the planet of the species, we're talking about something that is analytically understandable. By 2015, it is eminently verging on doable so that it behooves us to begin to learn for real.

Years ago, all over the planet native peoples had their wise women and wise men begin to talk with each other all over the planet and to do what they could to make it clear to the population of humanity at large that Mother Nature was at a crisis of identity and her very ability to replicate freshen life on this planet.

In the mid-1980's when I had my house on Hyperion Street about a block or two from the original Walt Disney Studios on Hyperion I had a medicine man from the Hopi Nation, Thomas Banyacya, to come and stay with me for about three or four days. And delivered a talk there to a gathered population, just about 35-40 people. That was going to be given to the United Nations about the way in which the confluence of the San Juan River with the Colorado River in the wavelets of registry on those sandbanks at that confluence. Because it had been kept track of for thousands of years, had come to be readable as prophetic and that the pattern showed a terminal disruption was eminent. What had energized the first morning was when the United Nations was first formed in San Francisco in 1945 in response to the atomic bombs. And Thomas Banyacya said, We, like all other native peoples, understood spontaneously, immediately that this was a vial of poison, radioactivity, terrible destruction, but permanent destruction in its radioactive fallout. And only in the 20 years since then has it begun to really 30 years become almost irreversible.

In one of his peace writings, Bertrand Russell said, "Man has never developed a weapon that he has not used." It is not just an atomic bomb, is what came out jumping at the first atomic bombs. Hiroshima was about 20,000 kilotons. The first hydrogen bomb was 2 million. Quickly developed into 50 million kilotons. You would make a crater out of all of Manhattan Island. And destroy everything for maybe 50 miles beyond that and poison that whole coast of North America. Just one. There are thousands of them. It is a threat proportionate in our time to the threat in Roman Empire or Han China Times that if you do not kowtow, if you do not swear allegiance to the powers that be, we will erase you with death. That threat boomerangs because it now promises universal death.

We need a recalibration. Not a revolution. Not a reformation. A recalibration. A re-measurability. Which means transforming the neural networks in terms of the health of the bones and tissue, bloods, and glands. Having a concourse, all five together, that have a resonance in the spaces in between and the space without. Which in Chinese the term is chi. Or in pinyin qi. C-h'i. Apostrophe I. Or Q-i. Chi. It is the chi that gives the dynamic energy between threshold locations called points which are not physical but are psychophysical. So that they follow a kind of a dynamic like a meridian from an organ, a gland, liver, spleen, heart. Another quality like the chakra system. Another quality like our understanding of endocrine medicine and so forth. It is that energy in that manifestation that has the dimension of time with a conscious ecology piloting so that it is not intentional, but it is, um, real. It's not looking for a conclusion. It's looking comes to an end. If it's not open. If it's not infinite. If it is not natural. If it is not learnable learning, actively.

Next week we'll come back to something which is extraordinary. We'll come back to this cover story on nature. Uh, Alan Turing turns 100. And we'll come back to Hannah Arendt in her great participation at the beginning of the 1960's in Jerusalem in the trial of Adolf Eichmann into the deep philosophic understanding that evil is really banal. It's banal in the sense that it is so omnipresent that it seems ordinary. It is the ordinary that is the taste of normalcy that carries the addiction of need to have it. And the very first source of nutrition becomes radioactive. You can understand there's not much longer to go. The telomeres are running out prematurely.

More next week.


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