クモの網 (The Spiderweb)
クモの網 (The Spiderweb)
Introducing the Machine Codes:
Self-replicating strings of binary digits that manipulate, store, and control the human mind—your mind.
For the first time ever, a computational model meets the anxious mind...
Explore our never-ending trip with クモの網 (The Spiderweb), a new book about this dimension where the psyche is contained.
Discover the mathematical operations of the simulacrum, its functions in the human mind, and its potential to generate a self-replicating program among I/O Automata. Also known as non-playable characters (NPC) among us.
The Spiderweb provides an in-depth look into the abyss of these machine entities (referred to as number crunchers within the book) and the code running the simulacra.
This is an enchiridion that covers not only how to outsmart anxiety, but to understand the rules and principles that silently weave our realities.
Inside you will:
- Explore the Machine Codes
- Understand the numerical nature of the psyche
- Defy the governmental structures of the Matrix
- Discover the deadly implications of a fully programmed experience
- Expose the mechanisms of anxiety through computation
Discover what's behind the insane human orchestra with クモの網 (The Spiderweb) today...
... or stay in Disneyland.
(Print length: 101 pages. Digital format only.)
100% of every new purchase of this book will actively help me on my ongoing research. Your support to the MCT will forever be appreciated!
Resonates well with perspectives I pursue and came to learn more about. I.e. some gnostic teachings, mysticism and buddhistic and hindu elements (the world is an illusion, ultimately resulting in suffering if bound to the illusion) as well as more modern thoughts ('the world is a computer simulation'). However, it introduced new concepts and gave a deeper understanding. Connections to I Ching and ancient runes as binary reality code relating systems where compelling. Interpretation of christian concepts in this light was refreshing.
Very valuable for the serious student, or just anyone who likes to challenge the worldview in general. And not at least; for one who has OCB or other negative experiences because of non 100% compliance with the simulacra interface (as I understand it), this might be of great help. I wish I could share the book with friends from earlier in life who had these issues, because of this.
Tought provoking and theres probably much to the ideas. Had a little troible following the more technical parts. Would be great w more examples of code in simulacra
Thank you for your support and review. I'm inclined to agree that the book was not written in such a way that the general public could easily understand it. The Spiderweb is the introductory scene to the Machine Code Theory and, as such, had no intention of disseminating my research. This is a task I plan to do going forward, after the next, longer work, currently in progress.