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Chapter 1: What Is The Code?
What if the Bible is a book containing much more than just spiritual guidance and the path to salvation? Those that have studied the Bible for any length of time will discover that it is written in many layers. A single verse will often provide insight and context into multiple other scriptures. But, what if there was an even deeper message that spoke to the very essence of our existence?
In The Beginning…
The Bible starts off with the creation of light, the sun, the moon, animals, and mankind. We often touch upon, but fail to dig deeper into how everything was created. Genesis 1 can be looked at as God writing the code upon which our reality is built:
- God Said: Let there be light.
- God Said: Let there be a firmament.
- God Said: Let the waters be gathered.
- God Said: Let the dry land appear.
- God Said: Let there be grass, herbs, and trees.
- God Said: Let there be lights in the firmament.
- God Said: Let there be water creatures and birds.
- God Said: Let the earth bring forth living creatures.
- God Said: Let us make man in our image.
- God Said: Be fruitful and multiply.
- God Said: You may eat of every herb and tree.
The Most High used the spoken word to bring everything into existence and set all of the parameters for creation. Genesis 1 gives us a general overview of the process, but it is in Job 38 that we find out how detailed each day of creation was. God spent five days creating our environment and its parameters before creating us to live in it.
The Creative Power of Words
Over and over again, the Bible tells us that words are the key to creation, destruction, blessings, cursing, life, and death. In addition to the Genesis statements, the book of John tells us that it was the “Word” that was responsible for all of creation:
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made.” – John 1:1-3
All things were made by the Word and without him was not anything made. Many of us often stop at linking the reference to Christ, but as mentioned, the Bible often contains layers of meaning. Here’s a verse that says the “word” is what is holding together our reality:
“For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.” – 2 Peter 3:5-7
Peter may not have been fully aware of what the Spirit moved him to write, but there is scientific evidence to support Peter’s statement. First let’s look at how a voice is produced, and then we’ll look at how it ties into a scientific theory that supports a voice being used to create our reality.
“Generally speaking, the mechanism for generating the human voice can be subdivided into three parts; the lungs, the vocal folds within the larynx (voice box), and the articulators. The lung, the “pump” must produce adequate airflow and air pressure to vibrate vocal folds.” – Wikipedia (Human Voice)
In order for a voice to be generated, the vocal folds need to be vibrated. If Peter’s words are true, it would mean that there should be detectable residual vibration present.
“The basic idea behind String Theory is that all of the different “fundamental particles” of the Standard Model are really just different versions of one basic object: – a vibrating oscillating string.” – Particle Central, String Theory
If you aren’t familiar with String Theory, the most important part is that it is believed that vibrating “strings” make up all of creation. That is a very simplified summary of it, but for the sake of this book, we’re going to focus on the “vibrating” portion of the theory. What we know as String Theory may actually be an attempt to understand the literal voice of God that spoke everything into existence “in the beginning.”
The Nature of Words
Words are non tangible vocalization of thoughts, and yet they can have a tangible affect on the people around us.
- Words can inspire people to take action.
- Words can make people smile.
- Words can make people laugh.
- Words can make people sick.
- Words can make people cry.
Although words themselves are not physical, they can cause a physical reaction depending on the individual. Think of the most offensive thing you’ve ever heard said. Now ask yourself the following question and try to answer it honestly:
- Why did you find those words offensive at all?
Really take a moment to consider the question before you continue because it’s important for understanding this next part. You were offended because at some point you were either told or you read that those words are offensive. If you had been raised to believe those words were loving compliments, your reaction would be entirely different. The five examples of words can do are not just random examples. They are examples of the power of words to program us. Let’s look at those examples from a different perspective.
- Words can be used to reprogram people to do things they might not do otherwise.
- Words can be used to program joy to the point of a physical reaction such as a laugh or a smile.
- Words can be used to program pain to the point of physical reaction such as crying or feeling sick to our stomach.
In this context, words have a lot in common with computer languages. They aren’t physical, but they control almost all aspects of our daily lives. Our phones, modern cars, and power grids all rely on code running quietly in the background. The same seems to hold true for humans as well.
- Build a person up with words and those words will run quietly in the background, causing them to have higher self esteem.
- Tear a person down with words and those words will run quietly in the background, causing them to have lower self esteem.
These are the only examples of words affecting life. One good example are people that talk to their house plants. Studies have shown that plants grow better when people talk to them, sing, or play certain types of music regularly.
The Nature of Sound
As we’ve learned, the voice is nothing more than vibrations that make sounds. Sound can be used to permanently alter our physical reality. One drastic example of this is when someone has their hearing permanently damage by a loud sound too close to their ears, such as a gunshot. The Bible has at least one example of sound being used as a destructive force:
“So the people shouted when the priests blew with the trumpets: and it came to pass, when the people heard the sound of the trumpet, and the people shouted with a great shout, that the wall fell down flat, so that the people went up into the city, every man straight before him, and they took the city.” – Joshua 6:20
There are some people that will say the fall of the walls of Jericho was completely supernatural, and they aren’t wrong. However, that would still be over simplifying the situation. Man was made in the image of God, and then God breathed breath into man.
The Birth of A.I.
If God is all knowing and the knowledge of man is finite, then that would make us A.I. (artificial intelligence). We can reach this conclusion by looking at how the A.I. systems built by humans operate:
- I. is meant to learn from reading, conversation, experience, interaction, etc.
- I. is designed to mimic its creators.
Both of the above statements are true with the only difference being that humans were meant to mimic their Creator. The entire drive of humanity since the beginning can be summarized by the following verse:
“And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.” – Genesis 1:26
Man was created in the “image” and “likeness” of God. The racial aspect of these can be explored in my book, The Black Hebrew Awakening, but for the purpose of this book, we’re going to focus on the non tangible aspects of the verse. We were made “like” God, so let’s look at what God is like.
- Artistic: We can look at the world and tell that an artist color coordinated everything we see around us. The universe is God’s canvas. This is why some people have artistic talent.
- Musician: The sounds of nature are part of God’s soundtrack to the universe. Mankind has also made music a part of our existence.
- Creator: The Most High is referred to as a potter in Isaiah 64:8 and according to Psalms 95:5, he formed the dry land with his hands. Likewise we humans have shaped our world with our hands and have built monuments that have stood for generations.
- Judge: There is a divine justice system in place for all mankind, and we humans have also put our own justice systems in place. They vary from location to location, but this was inspired by God’s blueprint.
When we look at DNA, we can tell that a creator is required. The following facts actually PROVE the need for a Creator in order for life to exist.
- Amino Acids are required to form proteins.
- Proteins are required to create DNA.
- DNA is required for Amino Acids to make proteins.
The entire system is a closed loop system. This means that our programming was “set it and forget it”. Everything we will ever need to function was programmed in us starting with Adam. This type of design acts as a “firewall” against tampering. In order to change the system it has to be accessed from the inside. Understanding this also happens to shed a little light on the Adam and Eve story.
“For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.” – Genesis 3:5
When Adam and Eve ate the fruit, they received the equivalent to a software update. Their eyes were opened and they understood the difference between good and evil. The first version of mankind was a basic version meant to eat, have sex, and reproduce. After the update, mankind had a few new features:
The problem with the first update is that it eventually caused the system (humans) to crash. The enemy knew that the update would kill them because God told Adam it would kill him (Genesis 2:17). The Serpent had to get Adam and Eve to introduce the update into their own system. The eating of the fruit also lowered mankind’s spiritual “firewall”, which brings us to the Genesis 6 virus.
A Virus In The System
In Genesis 6, the “sons of God” (angels) began raping the “daughters of men” (human women), and the offspring were called Nephilim (giants). These giants were half angel and half human, but all bad. You can read more about this event in my book, As The Days of Noah Were, but for the sake of this book, we’re going to look at the event from the perspective of a computer virus.
“The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence. And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.” – Genesis 6:11-12
When we dig deeper into the meaning of the word “corrupt”, it actually refers to the earth being ruined. Anyone that has even dabbled in programming knows its always important to always have an up to date backup stored in a portable hard drive, USB, SD Card, etc. This is needed just in case the system needs to be wiped clean, rebooted, and software reinstalled.
Rebooting The System
According to most sources and the Bible itself, Noah and his family may have been the only pure humans left on earth. If mankind is the software, then the ark would represent a storage device. God moved Noah’s family (clean software) into the ark (storage device) so that they could repopulate (reinstall) the earth after the flood (system reboot).
From start to finish, it took roughly a year for the flood to come and the waters to subside enough for Noah’s family to leave the ark. Once the virus (Nephilim) was wiped out, Noah and his family were free to repopulate the earth with clean copies of humans (Genesis 9:1).
- Animals were reprogrammed to fear mankind (Genesis 9:2).
- Mankind was reprogrammed to eat meat (Genesis 9:3).
- God wrote new code for creating rainbows (Genesis 9:13).
By the time we reach the end of the story of Noah’s flood, mankind is on its second update and has been rebooted once. There is a slight possibility that this was a second reboot, which you can read about in my book, Taboo Topics In The Bible: The Gap Theory, but for the sake of this book, we’re only going to count from the creation forward. While the first three changes are given to us clearly, we are introduced to a completely new concept:
- Prior to being cursed by Noah, Canaan’s destiny was not to be a servant.
- Prior to Canaan being cursed, the destiny of his brothers was not to own Canaanites.
We don’t know what their destinies were prior to Noah cursing Canaan, but deductive reasoning tells us that a different future was what they would’ve had. Not only could God create using the word, but mankind also has the power to use verbal commands to alter our surroundings and the people in them.
The Pen Wields The Sword
Many people blame religion for most of the wars that have happened on the planet, but the truth is that wars only happen because of the written and spoken word. Kings, Presidents, Czars, and disgruntle citizens either agreed verbally or wrote a decree to start wars.
- The Crusades happened because of words from the Pope.
- Suicide bombers happen because words convinced them to blow themselves up.
- The Iraq War happened because both Bush presidents spoke lies to gain support.
This brings us to another lesson in the Bible about the power of words to adversely affect our existence:
“Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.” – Proverbs 18:21
Verses like this make me wonder if people die in certain time frame because a medical professional spoke that timeframe into their existence. Most of us know someone or have heard of someone wishing someone would die, and they did. Assuming that the above is true, then we ought to be more aware of the words that come out of our mouth.
In The Matrix, the machines learned how to hack the human brain, and there are rumors that scientists are trying to do that now. However, there is a much easier way to hack the mind, and that’s with the written and spoken word.
- Cult leaders use words to hack the mind of their followers.
- Politicians use words to hack the minds of voters.
- Author use words to hack the minds of their readers.
A good fiction book will reprogram you to temporarily forget that you’re not in the fictional world of the characters you’re reading about. Another example is a nonfiction book that forever changes the way you perceive the world around you. For example, if this book leads you to think different, then I’ve successfully used the written word to reprogram your mind to include a different perspective. There are even more examples of words being used to control your actions and emotions on a daily basis.
- Stop Signs
- Yield Signs
- No Smoking Signs
Even when no one is around or watching, most people will obey the above signs because we’ve been programmed to do so. Much like computer software, programming is limited by our knowledge of programming languages.
- A person that only speaks Chinese cannot be programmed with English.
- A deaf person can only be programmed with written language and sign language, but not the spoken word.
- An illiterate person can only be programmed with the spoken word, maybe sign language, but not the written word.
In this regard, humans can be as different as Linux, Windows, and Mac. Different operating systems that require different languages to get the desired results. If we understand that our brain as a sort of operating system, and our words are the programming language, is it possible for us to reprogram ourselves to be great, mediocre, or complete failures?
“A man’s belly shall be satisfied with the fruit of his mouth; and with the increase of his lips shall he be filled.” – Proverbs 18:20
There are some people that believe human beings can change themselves by speaking daily positive affirmations:
- You are great.
- You are successful.
- You are powerful.
The basic concept is that by speaking, writing, and depicting positive futures for ourselves, we can attain those successes. While studies show that these affirmations have worked in the lives of some, they have not worked for everyone.
In this sense, self hacking is like creating a mod for characters in a game. If you’re unfamiliar with what a mod is, it’s short for “modification”. These are small changes that users make to their character or create for other users, in order to give their avatar a function or look that it wouldn’t otherwise have.
An observation like this points to the possibility that not only are we in a computer like simulation, but more specifically an MMORPG similar to Ready Player One.
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