19 - A More Evolved Humility

One well-veiled hyperversal alien whose population is referred to as having originated some “30 billion” years ago said that after that much time, hyperversals are almost entirely inoffensive.


In other words, they are reportedly more humble, both in number and character; they’re more equally integrated into universal communities of mind.


It was a remarkable statement, and, when seen in conjunction with a variety of other hyperversal attitudes and behaviors over time, it underscores a crucial aspect of mind and universal citizenship that can be summarized neatly:

There are understandings, communications and awareness that can only be known and achieved within the cohomology of equal consideration (cohomology is an order in which various events and mentalities are homologous within each other; they overlap and inter-dimension precisely).

A failure to both consider and share equally sinks offenders marginally beneath such understandings.


Such aliens can’t know as much as they should because they cut themselves off within a crude, lesser cycle that causes them (and others) to suffer, sometimes for great periods of time, if their worlds even survive, in the first place.

If it takes two universe cycles, or tens of billions of years, to humble and correct some old alien tendencies, then we can see how it is that some hyperversals from a previous universe cycle are still making mistakes like those of the Verdants, for example. How might that happen? Much has been said about the subject, over time.

Recently evolved aliens pose a problem for hyperversal aliens. Once we begin to use electrogravity and negative (or alternate) cycle technology, we use energy and time; we create distortions and a busy kind of noise, in a sense. We can be crude and repulsive (i.e. aggressive colonizers), when compared to more advanced hyperversals.


We must be directed toward better ecology and better understandings. We must evolve finer kinds of mind. After communicating with hyperversals and noting their subtleties and larger considerations, an observer notes that when a (sexual) Verdant enters into the mix, the difference between hyperversal aliens and the Verdant is nearly as stark as the difference between an all-too-demanding human and a hyperversal.


Compared to hyperversals, a Verdant working their intervention here is prone to limited, pleasure-seeking awareness. Such Verdants seem more visually and physically absorbed and superficial, almost selfishly immersed in their surroundings. To see that is disappointing.

Hyperversals know that in every galaxy, a number of mega-populations will grow numerous and take more planets for themselves than will smaller, humbler populations. Ironically, hyperversals who were, themselves, part of aggressive mega-populations more than 13.7 billion years ago may be tasked with remotely supervising a recently evolved mega-population, while, at the same time, the given hyperversals’ population feels compelled to help moderate all alien population numbers, including their own, over time. Astronomers and physicists can see that stars and atoms have a limited duration, so there’s ever a need to plan for extended universe cycling (which would prolong the duration of sub-nuclear quanta).

However, some hyperversals may still want to indulge their desire to see more, do more and sample more of the universe’s many biomes and spectacles.


In order to do so, and in order to reduce their need to directly haggle with recently-evolved aliens, they may rely on a (sometimes offensive) recently-evolved mega-population, i.e. Verdants.


If the given hyperversals are too detached and utilitarian in substituting offending Verdants’ grasp for their own more-evolved impulses of the sort, nightmarish abuses can occur:

manipulated wars, extremes of greed and destruction like that of the IFSP’s direct operatives here.

In other words, while the one offending hyperversal population tries to meet larger universal requirements of humility, reduced population and ecology, they may rely on a recently evolved mega-offender to do certain dirty work.


And if such is the case, their own population numbers become an issue in the crimes. Worse yet, if the recently evolved mega-offender is spreading the hyperversals’ genes, the scheme begins to look simply animal. So, in ways they are failing to evolve as required, and it can take billions of years for their population to learn co-equal humility (and inclusion). Due to hyper-advanced science, they live increasingly long lives yet become wearied and may resent the toll that crude, recently-evolved mega-populations take on them. It’s a double bind.

The given hyperversals may want to shift direct, physical responsibility for newly evolved aliens to recently evolved aliens, yet the process and the implications of doing so can be both criminal and de-sensitizing. Hyperversals must convince new alien populations to moderate and be peaceful, yet age-old contradictions still burden the hyperversals, i.e. their own ancestors took too much, too crudely long ago.


Despite their hyper-advanced technology, they’re still bound to the horrors and arrogance of excess. So, the contradictions of inequality can haunt them for billions of years. They don’t embody the universal equivalency.

In the end, they may want to escape the distorted impulses of power and control, to merge with a more advanced and less coarsely physical, more modestly numbered order of hyperversals that pre-dates them. And so, over time, the highest goal is to evolve beyond all crudeness and destruction, to essentially purify the order of being and evolve all lower order impulses.


Advanced aliens go out of their way to emphasize that the entire universe continuously strives to return to, or integrate as, a unified collective entity (its true basis). Ironically, harmless new aliens who gently limit their population numbers and the Δt/alt t of negative energy use may be able to advance more quickly in the order of being.


They need not be drawn into long cycles of corruption and manipulated destruction, although they must accord with their neighbors and be vigilant re the living, universal ecology. Humans must remember that some aliens were less violent and militaristic when they were at our same stage of technological development. In other words, we need to get up to speed.

Ultimately, there’s a determining irony in the fact that no crude hyperversal community of mind can exist apart from, or unaffected by, the larger, more evolved order of previous generations and any unusually evolved current-cycle aliens. No matter how ideally equal and considerate the larger continuum of being, offending populations must be assessed and tested to see whether they are evolving as is necessary.


Humans have observed this directly, and we’ve seen how well adjusted, fine-minded hyperversals nearly recoil with discomfort and disillusion when offenders’ mind-space is sampled, so to speak. To the best hyperversals, the lesser kind may seem distorted and repugnant. Non-sexuals may think of offensive sexuals as being immersed in a collective, animal order of superficial impulses (the stops and starts of personal pleasures, rather than a greater universal awareness).


So, in order to preserve the universe and allow for the best of all shared interactions, the most advanced populations must either strive for a faint but nearly infinite kind of expanded awareness and humility, or they must try to order the universe according to universally recognized good character while clocking all advanced technology in order to be on the watch for Δt offenders. In truth, they must do both.

Like any good physicist, hyperversals group phenomena according to entire categories in the universe.


All light, all singularities, all electrons are commonalities, in a sense. They resonate according to the same universal constraint. While humans tend to search for the definitive particle (i.e. a theorized “graviton”) or the tight mono-dimensional string of string theory, hyperversals see a more complex, yet simple resonance of non-whole quantities - all integrated into the single universal/multiversal whole.


Rather than search for an external, conceptually concretized particle “thing,” hyperversals see a cohomology of inter-dimensioning cosmic cycles (each cycle essentially evacuated by the negative / alt.. dimension of previous cycles) yet all cycles virtually connected. In other words, we live in a multiverse premised on a series of previous and future cycles, some previously inhabited, some, if not all of them hyper-intelligent, over time.

Advanced minds share a fine and beautiful awareness wherein the event horizons in time that humans normally speak of are less distinct, an order in which time is subtly multi-directional. Upon first experiencing such interactions, humans may feel overwhelmed and hopeful, blessed to even know.


It’s an order-in-being premised on more than simple out-of-body experience (OBE). Instead, it requires a kind of out-of-body identity (OBI), a larger social cohesion. When humans first evolve into such an awareness they want to remain; they don’t want to go back to an isolated, individual body (many can attest to this).


It’s a profoundly hopeful awareness, cause for careful re-consideration of old assumptions.



* It cycles inwardly, while resonating far outwardly, remember?     


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