Crap Maths at school….
We are endlessly taught probability theory, which I have to say I quite like. What I have discovered recently, is Possibility Theory. Which we are not taught. The probability thing then leads us to believe that the most probable event is the one that will happen, and the less probable won’t. E.g. You have a 95% chance of getting cancer if you don’t take this little blue pill. It clouds our mind. We could be one of the 5% who won’t get cancer. In which case there is 100% chance we won’t get the cancer! Not that I would recommend the little blue pill for anyone, but you get the idea.
I find myself pointing out possibilities to people around me all the time. All our day to day conversations are habitually centred on probability, not possibility, and it narrows our minds so much.
It also influences the outcome! This tallies with what Bill Wood was saying, which I now understand. That by being open to every possibility, you can sort of intercept the process and influence the outcome, thus opening up the existing possibilities to differing probabilities than they would otherwise have had. I think the common term “self fulfilled prophesies” describes it. I just now get the Maths of it.
I will always remember playing dice games with Hamish aged about 3. His game. Somehow he always got the sixes and I got the ones, so he always won. I sort of wanted to lose, and he wanted to win. After a while he felt sorry for me, and generously he said the 1 could be worth 19 points! From then on, he got the 1’s and I didn’t. It was way outside the realm of randomness in dice throwing.
Julia writes an email most days. She’s on a consciousness expansion programme, which is interesting and entertaining to read. Most is not publishable material, as it ranges around too much without keeping focus long enough for a reader to ‘join in’. This piece is the kind of thing she’s writing. What do readers make of it?!
I agree about probability theory being a highly sterile approach to any situation, implying an entirely passive attitude with no initiative permitted. Just how powerful is the human mind at influencing events? Very much so, if people like Bill Woods (Camelot interview) are to be believed, and Julia playing dice with her son.
If that’s the case, we all have much more chance than we think of reversing the crimes of the New World Order. As David Icke and others say, mass belief in newer and better possibilities brings them about.