The resulting information structure of our critical mass mind known as the collective consciousness is said to be kept in the akashic field.
The Akashic Field is the ether above us in a place in space which we share as the Theory of Everything for now in science. This can be seen as reflecting the collective knowledge (or collective intelligence) of a community of users and is commonly called a “Folksonomy”.
THE AKASHIC RECORDS
The akashic records (akasha is a Sanskrit word meaning “sky”, “space” or “aether”) is a term used in theosophy (and Anthroposophy) to describe a compendium of mystical knowledge encoded in a non-physical plane of existence. These records are described as containing all knowledge of human experience and the history of the cosmos.
They are metaphorically described as a library; other analogies commonly found in discourse on the subject include a “universal supercomputer” and the “Mind of God”. People who describe the records assert that they are constantly updated automatically and that they can be accessed through astral projection or when someone is placed under deep hypnosis. The concept was popularized in the theosophical movements of the 19th century and is derived from Hindu philosophy of Samkhya.
It is promulgated in the Samkhya philosophy that the Akashic records are automatically recorded in the elements of akasha one of the five types of elements visualized as existing in the elemental theory of Ancient India, called Mahabhuta. In the Mahabharata mention is made of Chitragupta (lit. “hidden picture”).
He is the son of Brahma and a minister of Dharma and his duty is to examine a list of the good and evil actions of men (the Agrasamdhani) after their death. “Nothing is lost of either piety or sin that is committed by creatures. On days of the full moon and the new moon, those acts are conveyed to the Sun where they rest. When a mortal goes into the region of the dead, the deity of the Sun bears witness to all his acts. He that is righteous acquires the fruits of his righteousness there.” (Mahabharata, Anusasana Parva, Section 130, Ganguli trans.) The term akashic records is frequently used in New Age discourse.
We who are working on the Critical Mass Mind Collective Consciousness are among those called the ACE Folklife. We are also considered to be those who study the ancient ancestors folklore and now using folksonomy. We among those who are most interested in sharing our interests of aliens, ET, and UFOS have our own Alien ET UFO Community and share our own articles for our website publications to the world as open source information. We are doing our part to share our own opinions, news, views, and perceptions of our own lives.
Many who desire to study ascension are about the future inspiration for all. Ascension Beings desire health and prosperity for all. Ascension Beings are about raising our conscious awakening awareness of who we are as a humanoid sentient intelligent being species. We are about knowing that alien civilizations exist. We are about Ascension Age Cosmology.
The Ascension Center ACE GUIDE FOR 2012 and beyond will include education in these areas. We will offer EARTH STUDIES IN ETIOLOGY, ETHNOLOGY, ETHOS, ENTOMOLOGY, and ETYMOLOGY.
THE TRUTH INSIDE THE MATRIX WHILE USING THE WEB
The Truth is the Matrix we create in our minds which is housed in side our brains. We are about to enter a time when Brain Mapping for Computers will become part of our lives in this lifetime on earth.
Earth is the present world we call home.
We are about to share a virtual reality level with everyone that
at present we call the Akashic Field where the Theory of Everything is housed.
We are coming to depend on etiology and etymology for communication purposes.
The study of causes, origins, and reasons. The cause of a disease or disorder determined by medical diagnosis.
The origin and historical development of a word.
The nervous system includes three general types of neurons: sensory neurons, interneurons, and motor neurons. Sensory neurons are specialized to detect stimuli from the environment, such as light, sound, taste, or pressure. Detection of a stimulus triggers the sensory neuron to transmit a message to the central nervous system.
There the message is relayed to interneurons that integrate the information and generate instructions about how to respond.
Instructions are sent back to the peripheral nervous system as messages along motor neurons. The motor neurons then stimulate muscles to contract or relax to make the appropriate responses.
They also stimulate glands to release hormones.
Environmental and genetic factors influence the onset, severity, and progression of many neurological diseases. ACIR – ACE GUIDE of the Ascension Center Enlightenment Magazine. A work in progress for all the ACE Lightworkers who share in the website articles and blogs.
We can all share our future with that which we call Ascension.
We will learn to believe more than what we call technology when the ability to use our whole brain.
We at present are recognizing we can use both sides of our brain.
We in the past were schooled to use either our left or right brain and left or right hands. We are going to share that learning to use both hands and both sides of our brain is the way of the future for all of us.
We will learn that we want to share the world and all that exists Collective intelligence is a shared or group intelligence that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals and appears in consensus decision making in bacteria, animals, humans and computer networks.
(For example: Submitted by Diane Tessman on Wed, 02/01/2012 – 11:33 on UFO Digest.com
In a recent article, “Do Aliens Surf the Internet?” https://www.ufodigest.com/article/do-ufo-occupants-surf-internet),
It is suggested that aliens are learning more about humans through looking at the Internet. What if there is even more to it than this? What if the human collective consciousness itself is growing and advancing because it is involved in the various aspects of the wide-world web? This concept is similar to adding knowledge into your computer through collecting information, knowledge, and also through making contact with others. As discussed in “Is Alien Entanglement Actually Quantum Entanglement?” I feel that quantum entanglement results in a shared consciousness between human and alien, wherein the alien has access to the human’s life-long experiences and feelings and the human also “feels” alien thoughts and consciousness. This method might have been more popular with the aliens closer to the beginning of the modern UFO era in 1947.
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It can also be understood as an emergent property from synergies among us as the references we share for you the reader:
2) software/hardware; and
3) experts and others with insight that continually learns from feedback to produce (nearly) just in time knowledge for better decisions than these elements acting alone.
The idea emerged from the writings of Douglas Hofstadter (1979), Peter Russell (1983), Tom Atlee (1993), Pierre Lévy (1994), Howard Bloom (1995), Francis Heylighen (1995), Douglas Engelbart, Cliff Joslyn, Ron Dembo, Gottfried Mayer-Kress (2003) and other theorists. Collective intelligence is referred to as Symbiotic intelligence by Norman Lee Johnson.
The concept is relevant in sociology, business, computer science and mass communications: it also appears in science fiction, frequently in the form of telepathically-linked species and cyborgs.
A precursor of the concept is found in entomologist William Morton Wheeler’s observation that seemingly independent individuals can cooperate so closely as to become indistinguishable from a single organism (1911). Wheeler saw this collaborative process at work in ants that acted like the cells of a single beast he called a “superorganism”.
In 1912 Émile Durkheim identified society as the sole source of human logical thought. He argued, in “The Elementary Forms of Religious Life” that society constitutes a higher intelligence because it transcends the individual over space and time.
Other antecedents are Vladimir Vernadsky’s concept of “noosphere” and H.G. Wells’s concept of “world brain” (see also the term “global brain”).
Peter Russell, Elisabet Sahtouris, and Barbara Marx Hubbard originator of the term “conscious evolution” are inspired by the visions of a noosphere — a transcendent, rapidly evolving collective intelligence — an informational cortex of the planet.
The notion has more recently been examined by the philosopher Pierre Lévy.
Howard Bloom has discussed mass behavior – collective behavior from the level of quarks to the level of bacterial, plant, animal, and human societies. He stresses the biological adaptations that have turned most of this earth’s living beings into components of what he calls “a learning machine”.
In 1986 Bloom combined the concepts of apoptosis, parallel distributed processing, group selection, and the superorganism to produce a theory of how collective intelligence works.
He showed how the collective intelligences of competing bacterial colonies and human societies can be explained in terms of computer-generated “complex adaptive systems” and the “genetic algorithms”, concepts pioneered by John Holland.
Bloom traced the evolution of collective intelligence to our bacterial ancestors 1 billion years ago and demonstrated how a multi-species intelligence has worked since the beginning of life.
Ant societies exhibit more intelligence, in terms of technology, than any other animal except for humans and co-operate in keeping livestock, for example aphids for “milking”. Leaf cutters care for fungi and carry leaves to feed the fungi.
David Skrbina cites the concept of a ‘group mind’ as being derived from Plato’s concept of panpsychism (that mind or consciousness is omnipresent and exists in all matter). He develops the concept of a ‘group mind’ as articulated by Thomas Hobbes in “Leviathan” and Fechner’s arguments for a collective consciousness of mankind.
He cites Durkheim as the most notable advocate of a ‘collective consciousness” and Teilhard de Chardin as a thinker who has developed the philosophical implications of the group mind.
Tom Atlee focuses primarily on humans and on work to upgrade what Howard Bloom calls “the group IQ”.
Atlee feels that collective intelligence can be encouraged “to overcome ‘groupthink’ and individual cognitive bias in order to allow a collective to cooperate on one process—while achieving enhanced intellectual performance.” George Pór defined the collective intelligence phenomenon as “the capacity of human communities to evolve towards higher order complexity and harmony, through such innovation mechanisms as differentiation and integration, competition and collaboration.”
Atlee and Pór state that “collective intelligence also involves achieving a single focus of attention and standard of metrics which provide an appropriate threshold of action”. Their approach is rooted in Scientific Community Metaphor.
Atlee and Pór suggest that the field of collective intelligence should primarily be seen as a human enterprise in which mind-sets, a willingness to share and an openness to the value of distributed intelligence for the common good are paramount, though group theory and artificial intelligence have something to offer.
Individuals who respect collective intelligence are confident of their own abilities and recognize that the whole is indeed greater than the sum of any individual parts.
Maximizing collective intelligence relies on the ability of an organization to accept and develop “The Golden Suggestion”, which is any potentially useful input from any member. Groupthink often hampers collective intelligence by limiting input to a select few individuals or filtering potential Golden Suggestions without fully developing them to implementation.
Robert David Steele Vivas in The New Craft of Intelligence portrayed all citizens as “intelligence minutemen,” drawing only on legal and ethical sources of information, able to create a “public intelligence” that keeps public officials and corporate managers honest, turning the concept of “national intelligence”
(previously concerned about spies and secrecy) on its head.
According to Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams, collective intelligence is mass collaboration. In order for this concept to happen, four principles need to exist;
Sharing ideas and intellectual property: though these resources provide the edge over competitors more benefits accrue from allowing others to share ideas and gain significant improvement and scrutiny through collaboration.
Horizontal organization as with the ‘opening up’ of the Linux program where users are free to modify and develop it provided that they make it available for others. Peering succeeds because it encourages self-organization – a style of production that works more effectively than hierarchical management for certain tasks.
Companies have started to share some ideas while maintaining some degree of control over others, like potential and critical patent rights. Limiting all intellectual property shuts out opportunities, while sharing some expands markets and brings out products faster.
The advancement in communication technology has prompted the rise of global companies at low overhead costs. The internet is widespread, therefore a globally integrated company has no geographical boundaries and may access new markets, ideas and technology.
The term metaphysics originally referred to the writings of Aristotle that came after his writings on physics, in the
arrangement made by Andronicus of Rhodes about three centuries after Aristotle’s death.
Traditionally, metaphysics refers to the branch of philosophy that attempts to understand the fundamental nature of all reality, whether visible or invisible. It seeks a description so basic, so essentially simple, so all-inclusive that it applies to everything, whether divine or human or anything else. It attempts to tell what anything must be like in order to be at all.
To call one a metaphysician in this traditional, philosophical sense indicates nothing more than his or her interest in attempting to discover what underlies everything.
Old materialists, who said that there is nothing but matter in motion, and current naturalists, who say that everything is made of lifeless, non-experiencing energy, are just as much to be classified as metaphysicians as are idealists, who maintain that there is nothing but ideas, or mind, or spirit.
The word metaphysics is formed from the Greek meta ta phusika, a title which, about the year A.D. 70, was related by Andronicus of Rhodes to that collection of Aristotelean treatises which since then goes by the name of the “Metaphysics”. Aristotle himself had referred to that portion of philosophy as “the theological science” (theologikê), because it culminated in the consideration of the nature of God, and as “first philosophy” (prôtê philosophia), both because it considered the first causes of things, and because, in his estimation, it is first in importance. The editor, however, overlooked both these titles, and, because he believed that that part of the Aristotelean corpus came naturally after the physical treatises, he entitled it “after the physics”. This is the historical origin of the term. However, once the name was given, the commentators sought to find intrinsic reasons for its appropriateness. For instance, it was understood to mean “the science of the world beyond nature”, that is, the science of the immaterial. Again, it was understood to refer to the chronological or pedagogical order among our philosophical studies, so that the “metaphysical sciences would mean, those which we study after having mastered the sciences which deal with the physical world” (St. Thomas, “In Lib, Boeth. de Trin.”, V, 1). In the widespread, though erroneous, use of the term in current popular literature, there is a remnant of the notion that metaphysical means ultraphysical: thus, “metaphysical healing” means healing by means of remedies which are not physical.
The term metaphysics, as used by one school of philosophers, is narrowed down to mean the science of mental phenomena and of the laws of mind, In this sense, it is employed, for instance, by Hamilton (“Lectures on Metaph.”, Lect. VII) as synonymous with psychology. Hamilton holds that empirical psychology, or the phenomenology of mind, treats of the facts of consciousness, rational psychology, or the nomology of mind, treats of the laws of mental phenomena, and metaphysics, or inferential psychology, treats of the results derived from the study of the facts and laws of mind. This use of the term metaphysics is unfortunate because it rests on Descartes’s false assumption that the method in metaphysics is subjective, in other words, that all the conclusions of metaphysics are based on the study of subjective, or mental, phenemona.
Examples – Web Results
In social bookmarking (also called collaborative tagging), users assign tags to resources shared with other users, which gives rise to a type of information organization that emerges from this crowdsourcing process.
The resulting information structure can be seen as reflecting the collective knowledge (or collective intelligence) of a community of users and is commonly called a “Folksonomy”.
Recent research using data from the social bookmarking website Del.icio.us, has shown that collaborative tagging systems exhibit a form of complex systems (or self-organizing) dynamics.
Although there is no central controlled vocabulary to constrain the actions of individual users, the distributions of tags that describe different resources has been shown to converge over time to a stable power law distributions.
Once such stable distributions form, examining the correlations between different tags can be used to construct simple folksonomy graphs, which can be efficiently partitioned to obtained a form of community or shared vocabularies.
Such vocabularies can be seen as a form of collective intelligence, emerging from the decentralized actions of a community of users. Wall-it Project is also an example of Social bookmarking.
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