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Why Do We Age?

We age because we start to hug pH7 instead of pressing out to 0 and 14. pH7 is the equator, the narrow band within the almond shape of the vesica piscis. 0 and 14 are the poles. When we hug 7, our lifespan is circumscribed. When we press out to 0 and 14, our lifespan is also circumscribed—but it’s a larger circle.

When we’re at pH7, matter is slow, so light has to be fast. When we’re at 0/14, matter is fast, so light can be slow. Light wants to be slow. Slow is its natural state. The slower light is, the more it is everywhere. When its speed is zero, it’s everywhere (End of [Linear] Time/Omega/Pure E). When its speed is infinite, it’s nowhere (Big Bang/Alpha/Pure M).

The faster the speed of light, the more backward in time we are. The slower the speed of light, the more forward. If we are to keep pace with time, and maximize our lifespans, light must slow down.

pH7 is POV (point of view) matter, where time runs left-right.

SPACE: The hypersurface of the present


pH 0/14 is POV light, where time runs up-down.

TIME: The arrow that runs perpendicular to space


pH7 is space. pH 0/14 is time.

pH7 is a spiral. pH 0/14 is its quasar.

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When we’re POV matter, sodium is slow (extracellular) and potassium is fast (intracellular). We need sodium to be fast (intracellular) so that potassium can be slow (extracellular). We want to be fast on the inside and slow on the outside. Like a battery.

When we’re POV matter, we’re essentially burning energy (potassium) to make matter (sodium)—energy is the engine and matter is the structure. When we’re POV energy, it’s flipped. We burn matter (sodium) to make energy (potassium). Matter is the engine, and the world is energy.

Time moves with the twin-poled motion of a tesseract. The past speeds up and the future slows down until they flip at the ecliptic. To keep pace with time, it’s imperative that we flip, too. During the day, we must grow so acidic that we’re actually too alkaline (0–>14). At night, we must grow so alkaline that we’re actually too acidic (14–>0).

As the gears of time continue to flip, we are shifting from the first phase of our evolution (M—>M/E) to the second phase (E/M—>E). The second phase is much, much easier. In the first phase, increasing density and increasing speed are opposed. When matter becomes more dense, it slows. In the second phase, increasing density and increasing speed are aligned. When energy becomes more dense, it speeds up. In the first phase, our personal energy decreases over time. In the second phase, it increases.

In the first phase, time is speeding up and light is slowing down. In the second phase, time is speeding up and light is slowing down. But in the first phase, we are POV matter (M/E). And in the second phase, we are POV light (E/M).

The region of the world that is the vanguard of this shift is the area of the South Atlantic Anomaly, from which comes the Atacama skeleton. I believe Atacama’s distortion is one of perception.

Donald Hoffman’s ground-breaking work in cognitive science.

Extending the natural span of human life will be about balancing density and speed. We must increase our density (melatonin –> parathyroids) in order to increase our speed. But in order to increase our density, we must first increase our speed (Dimethyltryptamine or DMT –> fount of the neuroendocrine cascade). Maximizing the two will involve assisting our perception. The body will not increase speed if it perceives itself as more acidic than its environment. And the body will not increase density if it perceives itself as more alkaline than its environment. We age because we get caught in a metabolic trap. But recognizing that we’re in a trap is the crucial first step to finding a way out.