Vitamin K

Ice cannot travel at water’s speed. Only water can travel at water’s speed. To travel at water’s speed, ice has to change states. If ice was water to begin with, it is changing states twice. First it condenses, then it expands.
Its speed, in other words, is a round trip. But the “round trip” is an illusion. If I decelerate to a certain degree, I can subsequently accelerate to a proportionate degree. It looks as if I’m accelerating, anyway. But am I really?
How would we distinguish acceleration from state change? Is ice accelerating—or is it becoming water (i.e. is water just “ice” at a different time signature)? Is vapor decelerating, or is it becoming water (i.e. is water just “vapor” at a different time signature)? In other words, how do we distinguish between what something is and how fast it is spinning? In a world where there is no “absolute” observer, I can’t think of a way.
Vitamin K helps the blood coagulate, the bones hold together, the brain process glutamate, and the body manufacture matrix GLA protein. Vitamin K1 and K2 are what my body seems to use to hold together as it accelerates and decelerates. When I move forward in time, vitamin K1 helps prevent me from branching into too many universes too quickly. When I move backward in time, vitamin K2 helps prevent me from condensing into too few universes too quickly.
But there’s a catch. My brain does more than simply utilize vitamins K1 and K2; it reads them, as a signal about time. K1 is the signal that time is branching forward (day, sun, dimethyltryptamine). K2 is the signal that time is branching backward (night, moon, melatonin).
Since I reached about 50 years old, my body has been perceiving itself as deficient in vitamin K, whose absorption is tied to estrogen levels. So, if I am experiencing myself as deficient in vitamin K, why not just take vitamin K?
Because I cannot always trust my perception of myself. I’m afraid my brain is misperceiving time as being faster than it truly is, and I worry that it would over-utilize vitamin K, and make my blood clot too much. My body seems to use serotonin to speed time up, and dopamine to slow time down. I worry that I am in a surfeit-serotonin state.
In other words, it’s not as simple as saying “I’m deficient in vitamin K.” It’d be more accurate to say that if I’m spinning too quickly, if I am reading the time signature as too fast, this will induce a relative K deficiency, a perceived vitamin K deficiency. But the true cause of the problem is a spin rate that is too high—in which case, taking vitamin K would only feed the underlying metabolic dysfunction.
This model treats the moon as light that is “shining backward” or condensing, the way light will focus behind a lens. It treats the sun as light that is “shining forward” or dispersing, the way light will diffuse in front of a lens.
When light shines backward or condenses, I feel my energy return to me. This feels far better than to perceive my energy departing from me moment by moment, which is not something I consciously feel, but which I believe is taking place. Vitamin K2 seems to help me utilize moonlight, i.e. it helps me to branch backward in time, helps my light to condense. But I first need to utilize sunlight, i.e. to branch forward in time, which is facilitated by vitamin K1—in order to use it. I have to lose myself in order to gain myself.
When I had basal cell carcinoma on my shoulder, do you know what it looked like? A sink pit. An actual indentation, like a small vortex. Even after I had the cancerous cells removed, I could still feel the pull of time on the cells that remained. But what could I do? It was as if that area was a local high-pressure system. I could apply niacinamide (a form of niacin, famous for vasodilation), but when a cell’s speed of light lens is too bent, vasodilation will too swiftly flip to vasocontraction. The light of these cells in, in effect, supersaturated. They are oscillating between sun and moon too quickly.
My friend with ME/CFS told me that taking GABA (a calming neurotransmitter) paradoxically made her feel panicky and hyperactive. I was not surprised. Depending on the conditions of the terrain, my brain seems to be able to utilize the same substance (neurotransmitter, vitamin, mineral) to do either a thing, or its opposite. By “my brain,” I do not mean my physical brain. I mean my genes. My code.
At first, when examining my basal cell carcinoma, I thought: Oh, this needs melatonin, because these cells are interpreting time’s axis is too long. But then I reconsidered. Maybe it doesn’t need melatonin; maybe it needs the opposite of melatonin. I wonder if it needs LOCAL psilocybin or DMT. Or even dopamine. But it is difficult to know what to do, because what I need these cells to do is to synchronize with the rest of me. If I target them individually, I perpetuate the asychrony. However, if I take anything globally that will affect my time signature (B vitamins, sodium, magnesium, etc.), these cells will hoard it. They are like a planet forming in the sea of me. They will hoard time.
It would be simpler if I could simply utilize vitamins K1 and K2 on my body rather than having them simultaneously provide information to my brain about the time signature. When exposed to K1, my brain seems to want to make itself alkaline (matter), so my light can branch forward in time. When exposed to K2, my brain seems to want to make itself acidic (energy), so my light can branch backward. When I took a tiny dose of LSD, I had the very pleasant sensation of my light, moment by moment, returning to me. Sometimes I wonder if my mother’s brain (Alzheimer’s) is too alkaline, so her light is splitting from her too swiftly. Moment by moment, she is losing herself.
My consciousness and body seem to be reading the same electrolyte differently. ENERGY interprets acidity (sodium) as “I can relax.” But MATTER interprets acidity as “I have to go faster.” MATTER interprets alkalinity (potassium) as “I can relax.” But ENERGY interprets alkalinity as “I have to go faster.” I can’t easily change the settings in my brain—by design. Once my brain has its idea of what the circadian rhythm and the cabin pressure are, I’m essentially in a straitjacket.
I have some actinic keratoses on my face. Knowing vitamin K is good for the skin, I once used some vitamin K1 emulsion, intended for newborns, as a transdermal salve on my forehead. (Side note: I believe our brains will adjust the speed of our visual field as needed.) I was watching a film made in 1982 for a couple of hours while repeatedly applying the vitamin K1 serum to my face. This was a mistake. When the film ended, and I drank a glass of water and turned on the lights, my visual field swirled and disappeared, like water going down a drain. Fortunately, there seemed to be a duplicate visual field behind it, so life continued somewhat apace. But I was alarmed, and had problems regulating the pressure in my ears (vertigo) for several months afterward.
According to this model, light and time are not separate from each other. Indeed, they are emerging from each other. We are not separate from the fabric of our environment. When I become fast and alkaline, the world looks slow and acidic—so I expand. But this is a problem, because when I am fast and alkaline, I am already too expanded. When I become slow and acidic, the world looks fast and alkaline—so I contract. But this is also a problem, because when I am dense and acidic, I am already too contracted.
Vitamin K1 seems to be able to help me vasoconstrict. But being vasoconstricted tells my brain that I should vasodilate! Vitamin K2 seems to be able to help me vasodilate. But being vasodilated tells my brain that I should vasoconstrict!
Do you see the metabolic trap? It’s all the same thing going wrong. It’s as if cancerous cells have hypertension. To move forward in time, I vasoconstrict until perceive the acidity signal to vasodilate. But if I get too vasoconstricted, I get trapped. How can I perceive acidity when I am acidity? Conversely, to move backward in time, I vasodilate until I perceive the alkalinity signal to vasoconstrict. But if I get too vasodilated, I become trapped. How can I perceive alkalinity when I am alkalinity?
When we move from the inner core of the torus up and outward to the equator, we are branching from one world into many (sun). When we move from the equator of the torus down and inward to the core, we are condensing from many worlds into one (moon).
Light expands in the forward direction and contracts in the backward direction—like a flashlight beam. When the past looks at the future, it sees many worlds. But when the future looks at the past, it sees one.
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