The Red Pill (8) Glossary

Glossary

actuality: the world experienced through the senses. Compare reality.

adaptation (evolutionary biology): the teleological (goal-oriented) process of adjusting to ecological circumstance.

aftereffect: a notable effect following an event.

aka: also known as.

alacrity: quickness.

alga (plural: algae): a single-celled organism that feeds off sunlight (photosynthesis).

amino acid: an organic molecule that comprises the building blocks of proteins.

archeology: the study of past human lifestyles.

artifact: a tangible creative work.

atom: the smallest unit of a chemical element. Atoms are comprised of subatomic quanta.

behavior: an attribution of action or inaction to a living entity.

belief: a habit of the mind to treat ideas as true; confidence in abstractions as real.

biome: an area where organisms live with similar conditions, both geographically and climatically.

bliss: the feeling of joyful contentment which emanates from connection with Ĉonsciousness. Bliss is symptomatic of enlightenment. Compare happiness.

blue pill: in the movie The Matrix, a symbolic taking of a blue pill to return to a life of iğnorance. Contrast red pill.

boson: a localized field which acts on matter. Compare fermion.

Caenorhabditis elegans: a tiny (1 mm long), transparent, unsegmented, roundworm (nematode) that lives in temperate soils.

camouflage: concealment through appearance and/or purposeful in/action.

capsid: the active protective sphere of a virus. Protein spike sensors on the capsid tell a virus when it has found a target cell to infect.

category: a grouping by some perceived characteristic(s).

causation: an imagined linkage of cause and effect.

cell (biology): the basic physical unit of organisms.

classical physics: theories of physics before the discovering subatomic matter and that matter is energy. 17th-century English physicist Isaac Newton was a towering figure in classical physics. See modern physics.

cöherence: the unified field which localizes to produce minds and Nature.

cöherence consciousness: the level of consciousness where the unity of Nature is sensed.

coherent: having order.

coincidence: chance of happening.

Collective: the 99+% of humanity who live in iğnorance.

conscious: in awareness; aware of. Compare subconscious.

consciousness: a localized faculty for awareness in a living entity. See Ĉonsciousness.

Ĉonsciousness: the unified field of consciousness which localizes into individualized consciousnesses. Compare consciousness.

construal: an interpretation.

construe: interpret.

coremind: fundamental perception. Compare nattermind, willmind.

criterion (plural: criteria): a basis by which to categorize, evaluate, or decide.

data: symbols which may have meaning.

dementia (aka senility): a severe decline in mental ability.

desire: a want. Living is swimming in a constant stream of self-generated desires.

diametric: entirely opposite.

dissociation: sensing or feeling distant.

distal: distant. Compare proximal.

DNA: the molecular representation of a cell’s guide to living.

doctrine: a conviction or belief.

dogma: a codified belief system (creed).

dream: mentally generated perception during sleep. Compare imagination.

dualism: the belief that existence has 2 realms: the physical and the mental (or spiritual). Contrast monism.

electromagnetism: electricity and magnetism combined.

electron: the fundamental particle of electricity. As part of an atom, electrons orbit the nucleus (core).

emotion: a feeling developed by nattermind into a sustained mental state that disrupts awareness.

emotive: emotional or relating to emotion.

empathy: emotive mind perception.

energy (physics): the idea of an immaterial force acting upon or producing matter. Energy manifests only through its effect on matter. Though the foundational construct of existence, energy itself does not exist. As matter is made of energy, this tidily proves energyism.

energyism: the monistic doctrine (paradigm) that Nature is a figment of the mind. Energyism differentiates between actuality and reality. Whereas actuality is phenomenal, reality has a noumenal substrate, emergently spawning a shared actuality (showtivity) via a unified Ĉonsciousness. Contrast matterism. See dualism.

enigma: a mysterious phenomenon.

enlightenment: the first level of consciousness where contentment reigns. Compare iğnorance.

entanglement: distinct phenomena sharing an environment.

epiphenomenon: a secondary phenomenon accompanying and considered caused by another phenomenon.

equity: fairness.

ethology: the study of animal behavior. People are animals.

evidence: an experience that gives reason to believe.

evolution (biology): adaptation in a living entity toward enhanced survivability.

excretion: eliminating waste.

existence: what appears in the mind as a material world. See actuality.

exorcism: the process of expelling an evil spirit.

exploit: to use or consume for gain or profit.

extra-dimensional: beyond the 3 dimensions of space that the mind creates to tell its story of Nature.

fact: an experienced event.

faith: belief in absence of fact.

feeling: a perceptual reaction not (yet) developed into an emotion.

fermion: a quantized field which appears as matter. Compare boson.

field: a bundle of information at work.

fission: the process of breaking apart.

floral: relating to flowers.

force (physics): the old-school physics term for interaction. Bullies using force is not the way of physics. Instead, things interact.

freedom: contentment and emotional detachment.

fruition: the realization of something desired, usually through effort.

fusion: the process of fusing together.

geometry: the area of mathematics concerned with objects and shapes.

ghost: the confused soul of a dead that haunts where it once lived.

gravity: the idea that matter has an attractive force related to its mass.

gullible: inclined to believe; easily tricked.

gyre: a conceptual framework treating a physical system as a dynamic vortex.

hacker: someone who breaks (hacks) into secure data locations or modifies software to spy on people.

hallmark: a distinguishing characteristic or feature.

happiness: a mood of well-being. Compare bliss.

hijack: take by force.

hydrogen: the element from which all others are made by stars via fusion. The simplest form of hydrogen has a single proton and a solitary electron. Hydrogen is by far the most common element in the universe.

imagination: the ability to form mental images and perceptions. Compare dream.

immortal: extending beyond a single lifetime.

immune system: a system within a cell or organism designed to fight off infection.

incarnate: to take form in existence or as a witness to Nature.

indigenous: originating in a locality or region; native.

inexplicable: unable to be explained (by physical means).

infection: an illness in an organism caused by invasion of another organism.

infer: to guess based upon observation.

information: an abstraction which has meaning.

iğnorance: the level of consciousness of unknowing, where nattermind runs life and causes suffering for the resident consciousness. Compare enlightenment.

immaterial: not having physical form; incorporeal; apparitional.

incarnation: taking bodily (physical) form.

information: a perception considered of some value.

innate: inborn; knowledge or a means of acquiring knowledge within a life form without need of learning. The ability to learn is innate.

intuition: instant understanding without thought.

invariant: unchanging.

inviolable: incapable of being violated.

irony: a contrast that is unexpectable.

jeopardy: perceived risk of loss.

Jupiter: the largest planet in the solar system; the 5th planet from the Sun (Earth is the 3rd).

justice: upholding what is morally right.

knowledge: the idea that something in Nature works a certain way.

localization (physics): the process of creating a local effect or field from a universal field. See quantization.

love: adoration of a concept.

madness: a mind severely corrupted and weakened by nattermind and malign presences.

manifest (verb): to be sensed.

mantra: a vibrational meditation device to pacify monkey-mind into silence.

mass (classical physics): a measure of inertia (non-movement).

Matrix, The: the inner world created by the mind.

matter: substance which seems physical. See energy.

matterism: the monistic belief that reality is made of matter. Matterism supposes that the mind is a figment of something substantial. Contrast energyism. See dualism.

meaning: mental significance of a perception or idea, often related to attraction or avoidance.

meditation: a practice for silencing nattermind.

mentalize (aka mind perception): imagining what someone else is thinking; inferring the mental state of someone else.

mentation: mental activity.

metabolize, metabolism: to gain energy from food.

microbiome: the families of microbes that colonize plants and animals.

mind: the noun form of mentation.

mind perception (aka mentalization): inferring the mental state of someone else; imagining what someone else is thinking.

mirage: an illusion of seeing something that is not really there.

modern physics: theories of physics after discovering subatomic matter and that matter is energy. Max Planck, Albert Einstein, and Louis de Broglie were seminal figures in the development of modern physics. Compare classical physics.

monkey-mind (aka nattermind): the involuntary, independent agent in the mind that instills and maintains iğnorance. Contrast willmind. See coremind.

monism: the doctrine that there is a singular reality, either matterism or energyism. Contrast dualism.

mood: an emotive frame of mind.

motile: capable of independent motion.

motion: a memory of something being in a certain location at one time and then being somewhere else.

nattermind (aka monkey-mind): the involuntary, independent agent in the mind that instills and maintains iğnorance. Contrast willmind. See coremind.

natural philosophy: the study of Nature from a holistic perspective; the common method of comprehending Nature until the 17th century, before science took over.

Nature: the exhibition of existence.

near-death experience: being conscious while dead, before revival. Contrast ghost.

nominal: in name only; for appearance’s sake.

object: something which appears to have a material (physical) form.

objectivity: the idea that Nature is independent of consciousness. Contrast showtivity.

organ (biology): a group of tissues with an assigned function.

organelle: an organ-like functional unit within a cell.

organism: a living life form. Even single cells are called organisms. Viruses are not typically referred to as organisms, as they lack the ability to reproduce.

out-of-body experience: reference frame sensation from outside the body.

paradigm: a template for perception; a way of understanding.

paradox: a seeming contradiction between concepts which may nonetheless be accurate.

paranormal: extra-dimensional phenomenal; beyond the range of matter-based evidence.

perception: the process of making sense of sensation, including determining significance and meaning.

pervasive: widespread; present everywhere.

phantasm: a ghost, specter, or sprit.

philosophy: a set of consistent definitions pertaining to a system which yields a hierarchical construal. The term philosophy derives from the ancient Greek for “love of wisdom.”

photon: a quantum of light.

physics: the study of matter and energy. See classical physics, modern physics.

pilot wave: a local field which creates the appearance of a particle.

pollination: the process of transferring pollen, enabling plants to fertilize and reproduce.

prattle: to talk foolishly; to chatter meaninglessly; to babble.

presence (biology): an extra-dimensional being.

principle: a claim of fundamental truth.

propagate: to transmit, spread, disseminate, or reproduce.

protein: a living macromolecule (large molecule) from which cells are made and which maintain cells to keep them alive. The word protein is also used to describe foodstuffs heavy in molecular protein.

proton: an elemental particle of atoms, residing in the nucleus (core) of an atom. Compare electron.

proximal: near, close. Compare distal.

psychic: relating to the paranormal.

psychology: the study of the mind.

psychospace: the mental world of space and time.

quantization (physics): creating a localized appearance of matter. Compare localization.

quantum (plural: quanta): an infinitesimal chunk of ripple in a localized energy field that appears as a particle via quantization.

quantumbiome: the entanglement of a quantum with virtual particles.

quantum field theory: theory about how existence is fabricated from the quantum scale.

quietude: inner silence. See enlightenment.

radiation (physics): propagation of energy.

reality: that which necessarily is, regardless of existence.

realization (aka self-realization, unity consciousness): the highest level of consciousness, where an individual being communes with Ĉonsciousness.

red pill: in the movie The Matrix, a symbolic taking of a red pill to have the nature of existence revealed. Contrast blue pill.

reference frame: a point of view or perspective for sensation.

reify: to regard an abstraction as existing.

reincarnation: the incarnation of a soul in someone who remembers a previous incarnation.

relativity (physics): the idea that Nature is experienced subjectively, from a reference frame.

religion: a shared paradigmatic belief system about the nature of reality. Religions are frequently faith-based, typically dogmatic, and usually involve supernatural agents (gods). Compare natural philosophy. Contrast science.

remote viewing: seeing Nature within the mind that which vision cannot see.

respiration: a metabolic process in cells to gain energy from chemicals.

risk: an imagined loss potential.

saltation (biology): an adaptive jump in evolution.

satisfaction: gratification; enjoyment of an outcome.

science: the study of Nature based upon matterism or dualism. Contrast natural philosophy.

selfrealization: see realization.

semantic: pertaining to the meaning of words.

sensation, sense: uptake from the senses. See perception.

showtivity: the principle that the seeming objectivity of Nature is actually a shared subjectivity.

simultaneous: at the same time.

soul: an immortal spirit which incarnates as a consciousness.

spacetime: the idea that space and time are entangled.

speciate: to become a new species.

specter: a visible disembodied spirit.

spirit: a soul; sometimes refers to the paranormal body of a soul.

spirit plane: a paranormal, extra-dimensional region of existence.

spirituality: freeing yourself from the clutches of monkey-mind.

stratagem: a deceitful trick; a ruse.

subconscious: below conscious awareness. Compare conscious.

subjective: the perspective of an individual mind.

surety: something sure or certain.

suss (chiefly British): figure out; seek to comprehend.

sustenance: food; nourishment that maintains life.

synchronous: multiple entities acting similarly simultaneously.

system: a conceptual construct.

tai chi: a Chinese philosophy that includes health practices.

tardigrade (aka water bear): a hardy, 0.5-mm-long, aquatic animal of over 1,150 species, found worldwide.

temporal: relating to time.

terminal lucidity: good memory in someone with dementia just before they die.

theory: an explanation based upon evidence.

theory of mind: the recognition that everyone has their own unique mind.

time: the idea of change, formed by memory.

tradeoff: trading one thing for another.

transcendence: the state of consciousness where the mind is quiet while the body is receptive to sensory experience.

Trojan horse: the trick of giving a deceptive gift. From an ancient Greek myth. Seeming to end their war with the city of Troy after a 10-year siege, the Greeks left a huge horse outside Troy as a peace offering before sailing away. Inside the horse were Greek soldiers, who once inside Troy crept out of the horse and opened the city gates for the rest of the Greek army, which destroyed Troy, ending the war.

turtle: a reptile with a unique bony shell developed from its ribs. Originating 250 million years ago via saltation, turtles are one of the oldest reptile groups.

virion: the vitals of a virus which allow for viral reproduction.

virtual particle: a theorized ghost-like quantum which influences other quanta.

virus: a molecular parasite. Viruses infect almost all forms of cellular life.

vitalism: the principle that life has a vital energy.

wave: the idea of a coherent, energetic, localized phenomenon.

willmind: willful (volitional) mentation. Contrast nattermind.

yoga: an Indian (Hindu) philosophy of mental and physical disciplines for attaining realization.