Endlessness

Location unknown, 2008 (photo credit: Christian Espinoza)

Let me take you on a stroll through the imagined world, a reality that only exists in the mind. Beyond the infinitesimally small, through a boundless, intersecting cluster of black holes which I will refer to as the the Endlessness.

We no longer depend of light to collide with an object and reflect back its true image into our eyes for our brain to truly make sense of what we are seeing, because there is no need to see anymore. All things are imagined to life within our mind, and each imagined object spawns infinite imagined objects just like it. Over time we’ve developed without eyes, and our brains have had room to expand.

There is no reliance on food or water because we have no mouths, no tongue, no digestion system, because our survival is not reliant on these things anymore. Our memories don’t exist either because there is no past, therefore we only imagine new events and form new ideas. When a new event is created it can alter someone else’s reality simply through its inherent frequency, which is fed directly to the mind.

In this imagined world the only currency is human emotion, in its purest form, which cannot be bought, traded, or sold. There is no hierarchy, there are no kings, queens, or presidents. Time is not linear, it is not singular, it exists without past, present or future. Time is suspended.

The only way to escape the world of the Endlessness is by you catching yourself with a memory. A memory of how it was on Earth, when you lived there, when you had your eyes, your mouth, and your past. When you were your human self, and you developed assumptions, ideologies, identity, prescribed to the notion of rules set by others, and lived with insecurities, fear, and a fluctuating sense of happiness.

Now you are back. You open your eyes, your mind, and you understand that something has changed, but you have no memory of what it was and you can’t comprehend it. But is stays there deep in your mind, reminding you that there is more than meets the eye. There is an endless world but it’s not out there, it exists only in your mind.

One: Mathematics is the language of nature. Two: Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. Three: If you graph the numbers of any system, patterns emerge. Therefore, there are patterns everywhere in nature.

– Max Cohen, from the film Pi (directed by Darren Aronofsky)

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