The Verdants

A More Alien-like Model of Mind

As should be obvious by now, humans are beginning to get a basic idea about how aliens think. But what about
aliens, themselves? How do aliens think about their own minds? During large-scale telepathic interactions, how do
they all get along and see past their differences?

To begin with, aliens are too smart to let themselves be reduced to a Cartesian point upon a graph, a single
moment in time, which is a mistake that some humans make daily. To reduce the physics of mind to fixed co-
ordinate points on a graph would be considered arbitrary, a dangerous over-simplification. Aliens argue that flatland
physics of the sort is wholly inadequate. When reduced to an anonymous, point singular nothing-of-sorts, a mind
can be manipulated in child-like terms to suit the needs of whatever corrupt regime is in power, at the moment. It
can be painted with convenient lies one day, and then repainted differently, the next, which can be dangerous.

What we need, instead, is a topological model of mind that brings us up to speed with the “new” physics of the 21st
century, which are more like those of alien societies.

A topological model of mind is better than a linear version because it models mind in terms of volume in time (extra-
dimensions sewn together with ± light speed physics), instead of the old notion of “infinitely small” points connected
by lines. If Cartesian coordinate points were actually “infinitely” small, as they’re supposed to be, they would verge
on a black hole’s singular density, which, according to aliens and “negative energy” dynamics, would cause them to
fluctuate invisibly and cycle far across the universe in extra-dimensional ways. In short, like the minds of the various
intelligent aliens we’re coming to know, our minds probably don’t linger long in a Cartesian flatland.

In a topological version, we model the mind-in-time. The mind-in-time models the complexity and ordered-coursing
of a mind over time. For example, if a mind were viewed from aside, it would begin each day by connecting or
ordering its knowledge and information, and then, through greater refinement of observation, would both deepen
and expand that connectedness with time. So, over time, it occupies greater mindspace (or dimension) through a
finer, ordered integration of thought.

Easy, isn’t it?

Seen from aside, as a mind goes through time it expands the complexity of its consideration on a daily basis.
Reduced mind-space occurs when some distortion like the use of alcohol, the onset of psychological disorder, or
some other disruption reduces a mind’s progressively ordered connectedness, its larger context. Over time, such
disruptions can be seen as shrinking the dimension of a mind during the given time period. Hence, the mind will
have connected within less space, or dimension, during that part of its wakefulness. *A non-sexual alien may think
that sexuality, itself, is a disruption of the sort.

A well-adjusted mind suffers less disruption (reduced dimension) and seeks greater refinement (a finer, larger
coursing) over time. It retraces the development of its thinking and re-analyzes or integrates its observations with as
much of its past, and future context, as it can reference. It either picks up key strands of earlier thinking to further
develop them, or it suffers a loss of mindspace over time. For example, the mind-in-time can be visualized as a
complex, snakingly-folded balloon diagram moving from left to right through time. Hence, the volume (or dimension-
in-complexity) of its coursing can be measured as it expands, or contracts, through time.

Now, here’s where it gets interesting. The topology of mind-in-time is formed by thoughts over an entire lifetime.
Ideally, the fineness and sensitivities of earlier years are continued into adulthood. They have definite, measurable
parameters. An extinction of emotional sensitivities can cause one to disconnect from a mind’s earlier dimensions of
childhood affection, sensitivity, and thoughtfulness. Extinction of such sensitivities can cut a mind off from the more
complex considerations of its past and cause what, in effect, is a loss of mindspace, a reduction of the capacity
within such sensitivities. Of course, both human and alien adults tend to set such sensitivities aside when they
develop specialized thought connections (which require a kind of durability), yet most humans go full circle and end
up yearning for the smoother, more delicate kind of openness that children are capable of. Such feelings are gently
rekindled when we couple and may be part of what motivates us to have children, in the first place.

In our topological model of mind, the largest volume or dimension of mindspace integrates a full lifetime’s considerations. In one sense, intelligence would be a measure of the perspective and ordered awareness of a mind, yet it is also a measure of the sustained emotional sensitivity of a mind through time, the sensitivity to others that allows our minds to grow in later years. Ironically, emotional crises and seeming failures of concept can sometimes facilitate greater understandings over time because of the fact that a topological model of mind is neither mechanistic, nor whole number valued. Instead it is fractionally, or alternatively valued (i.e. with multiple maths). This relates to the larger continuities and helpful alien hints from which the model was derived.

So, how does all of this relate to alien thought? If we can model the nature of mind better, we can derive its more
advanced possibilities. We should then be able to predict some of the basic snap considerations in any given alien’
s thinking.

As we’ve learned from numerous aliens, the finer, better ordering of thought is multi-dimensional. It connects within
a larger context; it integrates more “information” awareness, more sentience. Alien minds can co-exist and
collectively interact with various other minds at any given time (which doesn’t mean that they need to sit in mute,
obedient stillness in-between thoughts). So, our new model helps illustrate the basis for what aliens like the Elders
call “community of mind,” more advanced societies in which aliens share thoughts collectively at a much higher rate
of speed—with vastly increased information capacity. One irony in this is that they essentially condense, or skip over
quite a bit to both integrate and sort information within a higher, if not pre-existing order. So it may not be a matter
of speed, but one of fineness within a larger order.

Here are some of the ways in which a topological model of mind is helpful for aliens:

When disputes arise, aliens can extra-dimension the problem. As noted earlier, one group of aliens, the Elders, define an extra dimension as “an oscillatory realm that is out of phase with” a lesser dimension (like the one most humans live in). Some easy examples of extra dimension would be your non-personal past or the future, the larger universe, negative energy relationships that loop large-scale cosmic phenomena into small-scale quantum phenomena, etc. When inter-alien disputes arise (i.e. over territory and resources, a form of government, abductions or laws) aliens can expand the entire context to include the active inputs of other aliens, if not other alien societies to include vastly more intelligent considerations. They can exceed the limitations of any given individual, or any single office. It helps to remember that in a diverse universe, disagreements are commonplace.

For further example, let’s say a challenge is raised about the (sometimes masculinized) competency of a given
leader, or a given individual. Rather than render the situation in singular terms, as if there were no recourse other
than those that menace in the short term, concerned individuals need merely remember: there are no whole
number quantities in the situation, nor can they expect the problem to be resolved if distorted in terms of gender.
Rather than reduce themselves to isolated, whole-numbered actors, they can see through the situation in larger,
yet finer terms. By fractionally integrating into vastly larger dynamics, they exceed the given problem. They also
bring it to greater attention.

In short, no one need be baited and stuck in an inescapable situation. There are always alternatives. Extra-
dimensional solutions appear within a larger, yet finer context. This one basic alternative is more important than it
may seem.

How does this relate to humans?


For example, if a social stereotype, i.e. the fawning anonymous consumer, is propagated to keep us docile and obedient, and then some human or alien interloper comes along and tries to make us obey by challenging us in terms of overly masculinized, or sexually-objectified female competency, we needn’t react or be driven like cattle. We don’t have to walk through the motions of stereotypical responses, the fight or flight reactions that a concretized, whole numbered landscape presupposes. Instead, we can examine the problem in larger terms---investigate all of the parties, including any aliens, and avoid making destructive, low-order decisions.

If someone tries to stump you into thinking in terms of mono-dimensional concept in order to crudely manipulate
you, a topological model allows you to step outside of the set-up. You step into a faster-than-light kind of “imaginary
time, or i-time, as quantum physicists call it. Like aliens, you inflate your consideration out into much larger, yet finer
terms. Rather than be challenged individually, aliens inflate out into shared psychotronic, or community of mind
terms. They extra-dimension a situation and look for inconsistencies in much larger, albeit more finely connected
terms. *I’ve observed this type of thinking among aliens on many, many occasions. In some cases, however, this
results in aliens pretending that they don’t make individual errors because they prefer to define themselves collectively. So, it’s a conundrum.

This kind of extra-dimensioning parallels our model of negative energy physics, described above. Negative energy and “condensed state” physics allow highly complex quantities to be deeply inter-woven, sometimes occupying the same place(s) at the same time, hence they are “extra” dimensional. More importantly, all of this points toward a vastly more intelligent order of being, which we’ll get to in a moment.

Just imagine how legal jurisprudence would be if its logic were extra-dimensional: crimes against humanity would

  • pollution in favor of the bottom line

  • the selling of weapons to legal violators

  • the abduction of humans by an alien colonizer

  • and so on...

In other words, our laws would be better if they weren’t rendered in concretized, singular terms. Legal definitions based on the topology of alternate-cycle commonality would be more precise, not less so. Anonymous vehicles like corporations wouldn’t be treated as individuals. Highly intelligent animals like dolphins wouldn’t be killed to get a mercury-laden tin of tuna.

Given that a topological model defines low-order, singular definitions as invalid, while preferring larger social
definitions over isolated individual definitions and preferring the larger ecology to the isolated greed of any one
species, a topological model allows for extra dimensional considerations, a deeper and more intricate re-framing of
all data and background. The most intelligent considerations can never be exhausted, given that they’re dynamic
and evolutionary. They’re always changing, hopefully for the better.

Indeed, the “negative/alternative energy” dynamics of alien societies suggest that the universe is more than just
highly intelligent. Alien societies are deeply committed to, and try to further cultivate, a universe that is hyper-
intelligent, a universe that is deeply, profoundly inter-woven with extra dimensions of sentience. Ultimately, this one,
most basic dynamic poses an important question about our universe.

Just how smart is it? How deeply connected can mind be within what appear to have been multiple successions of
universe cycles, all of which appear to inter-dimension in ways that defy outdated 20th century physics?

As one Elder alien told Alec Newald,

“our studies have shown that those waves (that make up everything in the universe) at their inception are nothing more than a very intelligent and powerful thought.”

(Coevolution, p 126)

One might dismiss the notion were it peculiar to the Elders alone, yet the idea is reportedly commonplace among
aliens. To understand why, we need to remember that according to quantum physics, at the level of atomic particles
(and smaller fluctuations) nothing in the universe is solid. Nothing is concrete.

According to “negative energy” dynamics, large-scale cosmic phenomena are looped into small-scale, sub-quantum
phenomena. Why? Because, as the universe expands outward on a cosmic scale, it also pulls inward on the micro
scale. Strange as this may seem to humans, it allows for a non-local universality of thought, a more advanced kind
of mind and existence. To interact, as such, requires a next-level understanding, a more humble regard for the
hyper-intelligent potentials of this (and any other) universe. We need to read and think critically, to explore the
greater implications of a deeply inhabited universe.

The notion that a kind of intelligence can be dimensioned into larger, non-living “physics” may not be so radical,
after all. For example, if someone were to tell you that weird little event horizons could emerge from a black hole (or
black holes) and later interact to form networks of non-living “quanta” that somehow come alive, you might wonder… That, however, is our mainstream view of how life evolved here, on Earth.

According to aliens, a more advanced understanding can communicate within a multi-dimensional, hyper-intelligent
kind of universe. Ironically, one doesn’t need to “go there” in order to do so. Instead, we can essentially be there, in
a deeper sense. Aliens say we’re already immersed in just such a universe, yet, due to human pretensions and
archaic concept, we tend to obscure truths that are right in front of our noses, if not contained within us. By saying
this, I’m not trying to steer the discussion in a religious or spiritual direction. I’m simply repeating what a variety of
aliens from different places say, regularly and consistently. It must be important.

To sort this all out, it helps to remember that on the one hand, a hyper-intelligent universe is explicit within and
among the best, most advanced minds that exist. On the other hand, certain advanced “hyperversal” aliens (aliens
who claim to have originated during a previous universe cycle
) warn humans to beware those who would try to scam
us in exactly such terms. They warn that other hyper-advanced aliens (who, by the way, do have physical bodies)
might try to confuse humans with short shrift about a disembodied aggregate. In other words,

  • watch out for aliens who might try to foist convenient religious misconcepts on humans

  • watch out for colonizers or even more advanced hyperversal aliens who may try to assert that their individual (or individual population’s) pretensions are equal to the nature and capabilities of the “whole,” the entire universe

Again, we’ve been advised to think critically. Don’t just accept whatever you’re told. Think it through carefully.
Community of mind certainly exists, and is premised on non-local qualities. Numerous humans can attest to
experiences of the sort. More advanced aliens both think and define themselves in terms that are less “physical”
than those of the old, 20th century human mind.

Nonetheless, use your common sense. Unless you’re equal to all the mind(s) of all who have ever lived, you merely
communicate within a larger continuum; you aren’t equal to it.

According to our new topological model, non-singular definitions are more capable and far-reaching. Because they’
re defined in terms of universal parameters, they extend far beyond any one, single object. They can hyper-
dimension into more than one place at any given time, as do the physics of the negative-cycling quantum vacuum
that surrounds us.

In the 19th and 20th centuries, a basic common test for any scientific model was that of “Occam’s razor.” It went as
follows: if a model or theory were reduced to its simplest terms, did it make sense? If Occam’s metaphorical razor
were used to cut the basic facts away from all else, did the model still hold? In a sense, our new model stands Occam’s razor in its head.

Now, we’re able to think in terms of a kind of “Occam’s hyper.” Occam’s hyper would cut down on a much deeper
level, where negatively-cycling quantum phenomena are both non-local, and inter-dimensioned. When we use
“Occam’s hyper” to sort out truth from illusion, we model phenomena in both large-scale and small-scale terms, at
the same time. To do so essentially pulls a phenomenon apart and requires that we clock it on both the universal
scale, and on the micro scale. We include both clocks, which hyper-dimension toward infinity (albeit not infinitely) via
negative energy fluctuations that tie them together neatly, precisely.

This essentially loops sub-quantum negative energy fluctuations that produce Bearden’s Dt into the inclusive,
universal passage of time, not merely a local measurement of energy. “Negative energy” fluctuations exist all
around us and can’t be eliminated from our models, as was done during the 20th century. Twentieth century models
relied on local measurements of time drawn in isolation from universal hyper-dynamics. Twentieth century theorists
failed to model the movement of energy in space in terms of the expansion of the universe, which is partly premised
upon, and therefore must also include the negative-cycling of the universe into, or through black holes (i.e. both
clocks fluctuating in hyperspace). In short, ours is a black hole-white hole model, of sorts, which allows us to sort out
observations using a kind of “Occam’s hyper,” rather than a razor.

To recap, a topological model of mind allows for greater recall and creative, new alternatives. It permits communities
of mind that accommodate all, with certain limitations in the case of offenders. This occurs for one very important
reason: honesty expands and connects within extra dimensions, while corrupted minds tend to collapse within
themselves due to singular defects of character. The self-imposed limitations of corrupted minds form a kind of
event horizon which confines them, and, over time, can keep them from distorting more honest others.

Finally, a topological model allows for a finer, more complex interconnectedness of consideration. It allows us the
simple space to begin to consider inter-alien unknowns, as opposed to old singular notions of mind—which can
degrade into a redundant kind of mimicry. A topological model points toward new social definitions and more
advanced hyper-dynamics that allow for the existence of hyper-condensed, collective entities—vastly more capable
kinds of mind that fold meanings back into and through themselves in nearly instantaneous ways so that a greater
variety of implications can be conveyed.