Christian visitors to my Rumble channel get really triggered when I post anything by Archaix and his simulation theory. I actually really enjoy his channel, so I was shocked by the nasty comments because I don’t see it the same way as they do; as in, I don’t see him as being “anti-Christ” when you actually listen to what he has to say. But anyway, the Archaix theory is a possibility that I can get my head around, and I like the Archaix version of the theory ironically because its beginnings came from someone who still “speaks to God” and came upon his beliefs through wanting to “prove” the Bible real. The fact that it didn’t happen as he intended and that he instead found some problems with the Bible itself is obviously one factor why Christians have a problem with him, which is understandable if they have a strong faith in the text of the “Bible” itself and see people calling out the discrepancies as being blasphemous. I had a convo with an AI bot about this in the past few weeks, which will probably trigger Christians more, so maybe skip that one if you anger-easily on someone questioning religion :)
I don’t want to negatively-trigger people; I’m just someone trying to figure out the truth. I don’t know what to believe, I don’t know how anyone can prove anything, and I wonder if people are just “picking a truth” sometimes or just never questioning anything, whereas I constantly question everything (and I don’t know if that’s right either, but I seem to have been born this way, since I first started to speak… my life has been an endless ‘potentially annoying’ stream of “…but why?”)
However, a reason to “not” believe the Simulation hypothesis, is because Neil deGrasse Tyson, who is an obvious shill (in my opinion), is the “voice” behind a lot of the fraudulent propaganda being disseminated into humanity, and I found some videos tonight where he was promoting a version of the Simulation theory (albeit, his theory includes aliens, I think)… What a bummer. I have such disdain for him lol, particularly after watching this recent video where he tries to justify people to be forced to take the “fake-vaccine”. (So, that leads me to believe that he doesn’t actually really follow any kind of “simulation” theory, because why would you need a jab in a “simulation”?)
These two figures come from different backgrounds: Jason from Archaix comes from pouring through and documenting really old books after initially trying to “prove” the Bible, whilst spending 27 years in jail. Neil… well, he’s highly promoted in mainstream media, and just a front man for fu*king-over humanity (in my opinion), so perhaps people who see Archaix’s simulation theory see Jason the same way that I see Neil? And going through that 10-part series with Altiyan Childs gives me another view of religion and evil, so that does explain the disdain people who are truly followers of the Bible would have with simulation theory.
When I listen to Jason’s stuff, I don’t get the impression at all that he is like what some of the commenters stated on my Rumble channel. I am still very interested in what he has to say, albeit always using my discernment and as another aspect of this reality to contemplate, and I also find it a good way to learn a version of history that I didn’t know (as I would never have the time to read and decipher all those ancient books).
I’ll continue to place everything in my “drafts” folder, as I continue to try to figure out this reality, ever finding more and more questions.
I do have a bias against Neil though, so that’s going to be a problem for me… because I do like to hear ‘all sides” and “explore every angle”, but it’s a real bummer that Tyson could be promoting the theory because it makes me lean towards it not being true because if he is promoting it, then it’s more likely to do with promoting some kind of AI-Human merge or some other anti-human agenda (in my opinion). Another talk I watched was with him and a bunch of others, including James Gates Jr. (a theoretical physicist known for work on supersymmetry, supergravity, and superstring theory), in a debate in 2016 on whether the universe is a simulation. Actually, the debate was good. I went to James Gates Jr’s Twitter to see if he had anything more recent, and saw a post promoting the flu shot a few years ago, so my red flags were immediately lit up, (but pre-covid, many in the world hadn’t realized how corrupt the pharmaceutical industry was)… and I didn’t see any posts pushing draconian and insane covid measures, but it did make me sceptical.
With Jason, I get the impression that he is basing his theories off his own studies, not being fed this information from the powers-that-be, but… there’s always a chance that the information he was given is corrupted, as is the risk we all take with anything we read.
I also watched a lot of Tom Campbell‘s stuff (physicist) a few years ago, so maybe that’s another reason I’m contemplating the theory (other than Hollyweird mind-control which is another possibility–I absolutely loved Science-Fiction before Covid made me realize just how much Hollywood brainwashes the masses, including myself, and may of implanted these ideas into me, The Matrix especially had a profound effect on changing my mind forever).
And, David Icke‘s theory is similar too; I started a post about his theory last year but didn’t finish it, because “too much else going on” lol.
Jason’s, Tom Campbell’s, David Icke’s, Gregg Braden’s, The Law of One’s, and Bashar’s theories don’t contradict God or a higher being. Carla Rueckert (the Law of One) had a Jesus-experience when she was young and kept her relationship with Jesus throughout her life.
But I do understand why some Christians would see it as some kind of controlled opposition, particularly after watching Altiyan Child‘s Freemasonry=Satanism stuff. It truly made me not trust a single thing for a few weeks after watching it, and I saw how “everything” was leading people away from God, religion, and all things “community-focused”, in favour of materialism, ego, selfishness, and technology, and could conceptualize how hundreds of thousands of people worldwide—this huge big cult—could be working against humanity, and the world certainly got darker than ever in that space. I’ve since become a bit more rational about it and gone back to being the scribe and silent observer of all different beliefs, seeing how our beliefs shape our reality and how “fear” turns people into psychos.
But it definitely is a big red flag for me that Tyson and Hollyweird’s propaganda machine is promoting it. Whether they introduced the concept to humanity via Hollyweird to justify the millions of dollars that go into all the related research — even CERN probably benefits from these movies in the mainstream, along with artificial intelligence and physics, and maybe even transhumanism fits in, with Neuralink and connecting to the hive mind, etc., or whether it truly is another way to lead people away from a more godly truth; another method of evil, is definitely something to consider and discern.
Coincidentally? The very next video I watched as I was writing the above paragraph, was a guy explaining the Luciferian-agenda “bringing the simulation concept to us”. These little synchronicities in life are pretty amazing to me too, coming across the exact right video at the exact moment that I wanted to explain that concept:
There is definitely an “anti-Christ”, “anti-Muslim”, and “anti-Human” theme going on in this world, which begs the question of whether it’s an actual evil demonic force, such as the Luciferian agenda; whether human-operated, AI-operated, or some other entity, deliberately corrupting humanity.
I guess my problem with all of it is, and why I haven’t “picked a belief” is because I resonate with the religious side, at least the “do no harm, having a spiritual connection, that there truly is some form of evil in this world (currently in dispute with myself about what that is; whether it’s human-corruption, AI, or other-worldly), and that there is something more to this reality,” but I also believe the Bible can be used as the perfect enslavement tool (before they had tv to control the masses), particularly because it was the Church that were the controllers before government, so I resonate with most of the things that align to our humanity, and, if I were to “pick a team,” it would be those who are resonating with God or Jesus and Pro-Human over those who are resonating with materialism, ego, “taking from or hating on others”, and who are becoming more and more Anti-Human, but, I cannot get passed how much of it was also used as a control tool. So I continue to ponder… I just don’t think as black and white as others, and going into something like that can lead you to be a very fearful, hateful, and judgmental person—the very opposite of what feels right, moral, and ethical.
The beliefs we have, run or ruin our lives. There are people in our communities right now, double-masked, gloved-up, literally fearing for their lives when they leave the house because “someone else” is going to “give them a disease”, all the while holding a Macca’s burger in one hand and a can of Coke in the other.