Friday, September 2, 2016

Correlating Birth Rates to Karmic Ascension

Presume that entities develop through varying rebirth processes, and that, contra the remnants of Indo-Arya, humanity isn't the stage immediately preceding Nirvana, even though it's higher than dog or rat or rock. What do we see during any such process where individual units differ from one another, and where output is constantly expanding in accordance with the expansion of the universe? We see a pyramid shape; graphically, a reversed exponential function. At the bottom of the pyramid is vacuum, or empty space--space in which this verse's physical and temporal laws are laid out, but where energy and matter aren't active. A little above that, we see basic energy or material patterns--lots and lots of them, but not as numerous as mere empty space. Another few steps above that, we see simple elements, then more complex elements, et cetera, for as the universe grows--adding, say, a septillion cubic kilometers of empty space per second--empty space will always dominate, but by being created will provide venues for energy and matter to develop, so the simplest forms of the latter pair will secondarily predominate quantity-wise.

Then up the pyramid come more focused expressions of matter and energy--denser elements and more powerful energy reactions--and those are more numerous than, say, complex planets combining many dense elements, which are themselves more numerous than complex planets combining many dense elements which also include very simple forms of "life," which themselves are far more numerous than more complex forms of life, which is why there are more insects than poodles, more bacteria than humans, and more drums than harps. This perspective doesn't disparage drums, regular football viewers, rocks, or hydrogen, anymore than it exalts regular Wagner viewers, platypuses, or uranium, but rather identifies them on a scale of development through which all have or will have passed.

Within each divided gradient, the pattern would visually resemble a bell curve rather than a reversed exponential function. For example, among all hydrogen molecules in existence at Point A in time, the number whose nucleic protons are extremely "loose" would be at the left side of the graph, the number whose nucleic protons are extremely "tight" would be at the right side of the graph, and the number whose nucleic protons are pretty generally stable would predominate, sort of the way the bulky "middle class" of a "results" bell curve would develop in a one-week-long fair resource competition game where genetically similar individuals started from identical starting points.

Pursuant to the rebirth model of versal development, an entity which has mastered a given stage of existence, and is ready to develop into a more complex expression of energy, then exits the prior gradient and moves on. In Hinduism, this means moving up a caste, or becoming a chicken instead of a dung beetle, or a tiger instead of a fish, and stuff like that--all as part of the process of pursuing as-yet-unfathomable Nirvana. In our expanding universe, this means that each segment of the development of energy patterns will result in a point where development is limited, then cut off, as there are fewer, then no, spirits/souls that need to re-do the highest stages of a form they've already mastered. E.g., once you've accomplished the task of maintaining physical and temporal laws, it's time to try out being an electron, then an atom, and so forth, ergo once you've mastered being a dog, you don't keep coming back as a better and better dog. The category "dog" will, therefore, never exceed a certain complexity level, because dogs of such complexity have already graduated to dolphins, or chimps, or humans, or whatever.

This karmic model can help us to evaluate birth rates. Without believing in evolution, you can still draw amusement from the idea. The question here is, "Why do better educated and more capable people have fewer children"? This pattern occurs inside European and American countries, both before and after modern consumerism to some degree, and it also occurs globally, for example, comparing Ethiopians to the Japanese. Imagine, just for fun, that the answer is, "More intelligent people have fewer children because, beyond a certain point of development, there isn't much demand, if any, for new shells."

The biggest unpleasantry to contemplating this is the high correlation between low-birth-rate populations of cruel selfish idiots. Remember though, this development need not be positive. More complex negative development is as universal as more complex positive development, and just as the stupid & mean, yet fiendishly clever, academics and bankers have much fewer children than the stupid & mean, and functionally illiterate EBT users, the sweet & nice, yet brilliant, whoevers have much fewer children than the sweet & nice, yet functionally illiterate, whoevers. When someone reaches the transitional zone for "human," whether down the path of good or evil, they move on to the next stage, ergo given the reverse-exponential and bell-curve graph models we discussed earlier, there is a dearth of within-type advancement, ergo fewer births requiring complex cognitive machinery. If this silly religious model were true, we should always see birth rates drop when intelligence and existential contemplation rise, and we should also see mysterious incurable diseases administratively destroy the complexity (and resulting capabilities) of redundant biomass vessels. In short, higher IQ groups should not only have lower birth rates, they should also have higher occurrences of complex diseases with graphable hereditary risks, representing both the regulators' elimination of unnecessary shells, and their dumbing-down of high-functioning shells into usable development modules for newcomers.

The impossibility of blending this idea into Terran expansive religions arose from the arrogance of considering humanity the highest developmental step before paradise, merely because the assumption that all available environments are contained in Terra, and perceptible to humans. Granted other venues for development, the progressive vanishing of more evolved individuals and groups would be as unavoidable as it would be unlamentable.


  1. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth.

    However, "meek" is an overlord falsification of the text. In a slavic bible, this reads (roughly):

    "Blessed are the spiritually impoverished, for they shall inherit the Earth"

    1. Great point, thank you--more of a threat than an inducement to pro-being-conquered behavior, the way that "same" line has been used in the West. Contra the Catholics, the Russian Orthodox Church really tried to do the best for their people with the material they were given.

  2. This silly religious model does not leave much hope for the future of Terra. The nice decent complex people can't ever vanquish the opposition, because they would have to do it in the way of the evil complex ones, thus keeping the debauched luxury train making its cycles. The vast majority of the not-so-complex people can't even theoretically evolve into hopefully decent complex people, as the complex ones keep migrating to places where they could utilize their complexity, with their more complex offspring shells degraded by disease.

    Honoring evil complexity by equating it to decent complexity is a mistake. Would the complex evil ones also migrate to advanced places where they could utilize their manipulative overlord techniques on smarter marks? Would they eventually become cool evil gods? This sounds more like an awkwardly forced choice in games where only obtaining power matters, with the choice between good and evil being a cosmetic one (not a message without an agenda, I would think).

    What is perceived as evil complexity is hardly more than low cunning and ruthlessness coupled with millennia of experience and upgrades of the fundamentally same system. I do not envision the inbred individual members being a step away from ascension.

    From a karmic perspective, the lesson of compassion and not being a douche should count for something. Then again, if learning this lesson is the ticket out of here, there is even less hope for this place.

    *dodges the crazy assassin lady's knife and runs off into the night*

    1. If Terra is more like a forge and less like a feast, it is useful and, in a way, good. We all like to fantasize we can learn things through logic alone, but without some of the experience here, how true is that perspective, really? Perhaps more importantly, learning things here is faster and more durable than learning them theoretically. Even for the very able, the stains of humanity linger in a way lectures don't.

      Don't discount the possibility that we choose this path in the interests of speed and efficiency. (Or, if you prefer, that it was chosen for us out of benevolent desire for our evolving in the best way possible.)

      The less-complex people earn the reward of getting to come back here and deal with being more-complex in a world filled with the less-complex. Seems like just desserts, no? Everyone has their revenge: NCAA sportsball fans have to spend their next lifetime understanding the NCAA in a different way--which perspective helps us feel less righteous in our frustration, if it took that to get here.

      New point, devil's advocate: "what is perceived as good complexity is hardly more than cunning and empathy coupled with millennia of experience and upgrades of the fundamentally same system."

      Contemplate the pure, actual desire for being cruel and selfish and only seeing things your way--the more refined pleasures come from subjugating more refined entities. Under that mythos, evil people need/want to exploit successively more capable exploiters. Imagine a descension into hell-paradise being their preferred ticket out. A malebolge, if you will, isn't merely cosmetically different from a paradise. Their choice, though--lord of hell for a day, galley slave of hell for ten eras, then filing clerk of hell for a million years, striving, hating, striving, cackling, counting~