This is a follow-up to Welcome to the Void.
October 27 2020
Hi. I have learned a lot of important things in the last few months from a man named Brian Harner. He is actually more beyond attachment to language than I am. He explains that the proper form of communication is what he refers to as Internal Harmonic Resonant Capitulation (IHRC), and it is free of words. It is entirely experienced internally.
At the same time, where words must be used for now, he insists on mathematical precision. It is important to have proper, well-defined nomenclatures so that when people use certain terms they know what they mean, and others know what they mean as well. While that may sound obvious, it is not widely achieved. In public discussions he has asked people whether they can define what love is and what God is, for example. So far no one who has been asked these questions has defined these terms in remotely the same way that he does.
All beings in the universe which exist at a higher level than humans communicate using IHRC. This is also the manner in which humans originally communicated with one another. I asked Brian whether there is still written language when an entire species can communicate in this manner, and he said, “No.” He explained that the first form of human language was the hieroglyphs of ancient Egypt, which are basically pictures (amongst the earliest hieroglyphs are the Dendera Bulb hieroglyphs, a topic which I will return to later). The use of language began in order to warn future people about dangers. These dangers are of the sort that arise when a species devolves to a point where it begins to rely on language, to some extent, as opposed to IHRC exclusively. When I have said that, “All talk is fallen,” or doomed to be such, I was roughly correct. Language is not necessary unless some extent of devolution has occurred.
By the way, it is necessary to define “word language” as opposed to IHRC, since IHRC is a form of language, but a fundamentally different one. It might be proper to refer to language that uses words as “linguistics.” The best that has come to me is to define the two types of language as “verbal language” and “internal harmonic resonant capitulation.” “Non-verbal language” is insufficient because that is a general term which encapsulates multiple forms of non-verbal language, including sign language, body language, possibly a few or all computer languages, possibly music, and of course IHRC.
Where I have fallen short in the past is in wanting to transcend talking while still insisting on using words in my thinking, and also in assuming that written language will still be used no matter what. While part of a species where verbal language must be used to communicate, it is hard not to think verbally to some extent. The more that I experience IHRC, however, it is clear that verbal thought is inferior. Brian regularly says that, “The forbidden fruit is control.” I have noticed that within verbal language there is an inherent element of attempting to take control, whereas this psychological aspect is absent from IHRC. This does not mean that it is impossible to talk while holding selfless intentions. It is just that talk will always fall short of the original state of perfection in which humans existed when we were first given intelligence. Since we have to talk for now, it is not good to become too anxious about that. However, it should be useful to feel that at least once, and then remember the fact from time to time.
I did mention in the last letter, “Welcome to the Void,” that I tired of my insistence on verbalizing everything. I could tell that it was not necessarily as precise as possible, but I was stubborn about writing everything down, so by default I tried to translate into words all of the information/communication that I perceived. Though I first learned of IHRC in June of this year, it has been only one month since Brian told me that a species which has full use of IHRC does not utilize written language. That particular piece of information made a significant different for me.
I have been thinking about it more in-depth since I have recently started to see you again. Without having reread it in at least several months, I think parts one and two of that letter were about as accurate as I could ask myself to make them. It is hard to recall anything I said in those parts that should be recanted or corrected. It helps that I was writing about past experiences, so I did not necessarily have to be correct in what I was thinking when those events occurred: I just had to accurately portray the experience I had of those events. Part three on the other hand has given me some anxiety, even though that is never useful. I kind of went out on a limb. I almost do not want to look at it again... But I will try to talk about it.
I did explain that the accuracy of information I receive from the void is dependent on how pure I am. “Pure” in this context means how righteous my intentions are and how untarnished those intentions are by ego, which in can be broken down into selfishness, arrogance, and attempts at control. Righteous intentions are selfless. To be selfless is to dedicate oneself to the highest interest of collective life. The aim of selfishness, on the other hand, is to prop up oneself without care for what happens to everything else. Several weeks ago there was an online discussion where someone was saying the opposite of what Brian was saying, and they both accused each other of being incorrect. As a possible way of mediating this argument, I asked how I can know when an idea is truthful. Brian answered,
Intention sings the chorus of any individual's chosen "song." This young arrogant man that continues to try to attack me, is selfish. THAT is what he "believes" Salvation is all about. It resonates with everything he attempts to say, regardless of what he is attempting to emit.
Truth, in regards to Salvation/transcendence/enlightenment, can only be obtained through selfless pursuits. Selfish people just can't see past their own inability to quantify the betterment of their species, their planet, nor the hierarchical structure of the universe's superior intelligence. In so doing, they must dumb down every aspect of these notions to the only thing they can properly quantify internally, which in this young man's case, is selfishness.
There are many tools to help discern "truth," but my personal go to strategy for doing so is the scientific method. It's a tool that is similar to math. The scientific method should be devoid of emotional plight at all stages. If emotional plight IS utilized, the individual is not utilizing the scientific method. Just like math. There's no reason to be upset AT math... but it does happen. Same thing with the scientific method. The young man that keeps arguing with me is proof of this concept. This conversation would be devoid of diatribes if emotion was absent.
When I wrote part three of “Welcome to the Void” I was somewhat marred by the need for a particular outcome. I did an okay job of mentioning the caveats of what I was saying. I said something along the lines of hoping that COVID would blow over central New York and life would go on as normal here. While that did not quite happen, in retrospect I cannot say I feel that what I truly have needed to do has been disrupted. And I don’t just mean mundane need—I mean what I need to learn, experience, and do in order to self-realize, and by extension what is needed from me by the highest interest of all life. One thing I was concerned about was whether I would get to continue running races. The result has been that road races are mostly cancelled, but trail ultramarathons are still on. Those are the most valuable type of race anyway. First, in Spring and early Summer, I ran several virtual races. The first “normal,” in-person race I attended was on July 18. That was a 50-mile trail race with 10,000ft of elevation gain in Ithaca, objectively one of the hardest courses I have completed. Since then I have also attended a 100-mile race in Rochester (the Mighty Mosquito, as I wrote about previously), an unofficial 50K in Fayetteville (it was cancelled but many still showed up and ran), a trail marathon in Fabius, and a 100-mile race in Rocky Point, which is on eastern Long Island. At the Mighty Mosquito I failed to finish for the third year in a row. I clarified that there is no farm near the course after all, though there were several houses near the field I described as well a small stand where flowers were being sold. However, I experienced something I had been waiting for since I wrote part two of the “Spiritual War” in March (I did not give you a copy of this one), which is “to run with brethren.”*
Overall I have been wondering what are the lessons to be taken away from having written part three.
By the way, another relevant matter I talked about is, “seeing through the eyes of another through the void.” Since writing about that I have been more carefully reflecting on the matter (though not as much as I could just yet). It seems that the right way of applying this is very particular, and it is easy to do in a less-than-ideal manner. It is probably also proper to say that there are different levels in which this is experienced. A more rudimentary level might be a social-psychological mimicry of another person. I’m concerned that terminology is misleading, however. This experience has never been about deliberately trying to act or be like another person. It is more like I hold that person’s personal resonant frequency (another term from Brian) within myself. Most of the time for most of my life this has happened without me even trying to do it. For instance, many times when I ran to work in 2019, whenever I got inside and got to my locker I liked to do all of the tasks before me in a fast but also cool manner. Whenever I did that the energy I held within myself was from a runner I know (and he is fast, and cool. He has tattoos and sometimes he runs with a cap on backwards). Whenever I did those things I was aware of him and felt that I was acting like him. It’s worth noting that this particular routine was non-verbal: there was not much linguistically going on in my mind when I did this. It is also worth clarifying that I was not trying to mimic his actions: rather, I was aware of his energy or personal resonant frequency while I acted. Even that is not something that I commanded myself to do: it just came over me. Why? That is a good question. I think I felt that would protect me in that situation. I tend to feel a bit standoffish when I am here in the “Ice Cube,” as I call it. As you have said, I come off as being somewhat intimidating, even though I am nearly a “100-pound girl.” Anyway, what is important here is that this all is rooted and experienced internally. This is the opposite of trying to copy someone’s external actions and appearance.
The example I have just given is actually a more neutral instance of “seeing through the eyes of another through the void.” There are many instances where I feel it holds me back. This is especially true while talking. Whenever I semi-indeliberately hold a person’s personal resonant frequency while talking, I do not achieve my highest potential in that situation. Again, most of the time for most of my life this has happened without me even trying to do it, though I am aware of myself doing it and I have the ability to affect this situation. The difficulty is that it takes full lucidity and use of will for me to overcome. Maybe this level of lucidity and will is the meaning of the term “highest self.” Another thing I have been doing since I wrote “Welcome to the Void” is improve my running form, and that has extended into perfecting my posture at all times—again, not for appearances but for function. I recently noticed that it seems to take a “perfect state of consciousness” for me to have perfect posture. Otherwise, if I am capitulating to verbal thought, low-level fears, and social difficulties, my posture is doomed to be off somehow. When that is the case I tend to bend my back to an extent and slouch.
Various people have a point when they say they would like to turn off “mental chatter.” I was aware of such ideas years before I met Brian. I knew that trying to “turn off” the mind is futile because we cannot function without it. A likely shortcoming of people trying to silence the mind is that they have not clarified on to what they ought to redirect their attention. Additionally, as I said, it is hard not to think in language to some extent at this point in time. At this point I am able to experience IHRC and verbal thought as two different modes I can switch between. The mode I am in at any given time is not always consciously chosen. I think by default I tend to alternate between each mode often-- as often as a matter of seconds, actually. It could be accurate to say that IHRC always remains “on” in the background to an extent. How full that extent is for a given individual depends on both base and momentary intentions, knowledge, and what the person is aware of in any given moment. Even when all of that does not lend itself to IHRC in a particular individual, everyone and everything is always connected to the Nine Principles no matter what. The Nine Principles are what govern this universe.*
Now I must tell you a more difficult aspect of Brian’s teachings.*
This is not how I expected to write this. I figured I would try to tell you first who Brian is and why he is worth listening to. Perhaps the information can speak for itself, though he does have an incredible story.
So far Brian has received more criticism and harsh treatment than fair reception and praise. In particular, he gets accused of being mentally ill or “just crazy.” The term most often applied to him is “schizo. ” The “schizo” accusations Brian constantly receives are disheartening. It makes me concerned for how I am and will be perceived by others. The ideal of perfection is not for nothing. I suppose something as minor as shifting my eyes the wrong way could set off someone’s “alarm bells.” Then again, when I see how this has played out for Brian I cannot see how he could have done a better job expressing himself, except by maybe proofreading his online posts before submitting them. Of course, many of the posts from others that call him “schizo” have far more language errors than his. So what level of perfection do they really want? It’s worth pointing out that I am the only person to talk about Brian publicly with my identity attached. This means that all of the people who think he is “crazy,” both people online and people he knows in-person, have said so only in private. This connects to the ideal of transparency. Would people still have the gall to make such accusations if anyone could view them and know who made them? Could they bring themselves to go before an audience and say, “Hi, my name is x, and I proclaim that Brian Harner is mentally ill”? If not, then why do they feel so confident saying so in private? I wish I did not have to talk about this because it requires me to try holding other’s fallen perspectives, which I refer to as, “Human filth.” In the worldview of human filth anything that is not family-friendly in the eyes of a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant is regarded as dangerous. While that is not the official definition, it is a good example because pizza makes people retarded. Unfortunately I did not do a good job of explaining why to Brian when the subject came up.
This leads to another point. One of the first things I had in mind when I initially conceived of this letter on October 14 was that I probably will stop being vegan in the near future, in line with the information I have received from Brian. At that point in time I was feeling rather ready to make the change. I decided that I should wait at least until I completed this letter, on account of communication being clearer between more similar beings. Brian explained that being vegan in all currently-practiced forms is too reliant on the crude oil economy and is also not harmonious enough with the needs of the environment. Most animal agriculture also falls short, but when done correctly it actually can be beneficial to the land, and that is the best we can achieve in the immediate future. Brian wants to see cultivation of the land largely come to an end. I got the impression that gardening on a small scale is alright. The ultimate plan is to initially leave the land alone, and then reforest the Earth. He told me that Australia used to be covered in trees, but the people who lived there hunted by burning down forests and then either capturing fleeing animals or eating the bodies of those who died in the fire. All of that which has been destroyed needs to be recovered. So, there is a progression for humanity to follow. As soon as possible we need to rely on small-scale animal agriculture which utilizes regenerative grazing techniques, as well as aquaponics. Plants can and typically are grown in an aquaponics system, in addition to the fish which are essential to it. Another essential aspect is that this is all done in the name of self-sufficiency as opposed to mass agricultural production, which is the norm currently. Brian said that everyone who eats meat needs to participate in the process of producing it. When he eats meat, he is sensitive to the suffering the animal experienced-- especially what it experienced immediately before its death. He has spoken to two cattle farmers, one of whom is Weldon Warren, owner of the Holy Cow Beef Company. Brian explained to Weldon that it is very important that the cows do not know they are going to die when the time comes to slaughter them, and also that they do not see one another being slaughtered. I think there is some kind of device used in slaughtering cows that results in instant death.
I’ve generally not been pushy about others needing to become vegan, though I have hoped I myself could remain so. It started out as just a 30-day trial period for me. When I initiated that trial period I did not intend on my veganism being permanent: the long-term goal was to find a proper way of eating animals. During my entire first year of college I debated with myself over how I should go about eating, and animals were central to that debate. I basically decided that grass-fed beef is best, but I felt uncomfortable with the idea of making meat the primary staple of my diet and eating it daily. I also knew that I was in no position financially or otherwise to make that happen without sacrificing quality. As a result it became easy for me to remain vegan, and a few months in I changed my mind about wanting to go back to being an omnivore. When I started out I thought it would be about 10 years before I was ready to go back to eating meat anyway. It turns out that I inevitably do have to deliver on that, and much sooner than expected.
Brian said the only way people can remain vegan long-term is if they manage to build aquaponics systems which produce a sufficient amount of food year-round, and these systems cannot be reliant upon crude oil nor the electrical grid. I do not have enough knowledge on the matter yet to tell you how feasible this is, largely because aquaponics looks very different from outdoor agriculture, which I have far more experience with. For instance, I can tell you it is feasible to be vegan 100% of the time using only food which is grown in New York State. That should be true even for food which is grown outdoors only, though there is potentially no issue in using tunnels/hoophouses. That depends on what materials are used to build the structure, which ideally should be things an individual can produce on his own or at least within the means of his community. It also depends on whether external heat sources are added. I think farmers typically do not add heat sources to tunnels, whereas they do add heat sources to greenhouses—but I would like verification on that matter. Anyway, the point is that this particular local environment makes it possible to be vegan, so the question is whether that remains true when the switch from normal outdoor agriculture to aquaponic agriculture occurs.
Brian talks about how he tends to think of building vertically instead of horizontally. For instance, I am quite sure he has said that he plans on setting the nitinol engine for indoor heat systems underground. Then there is the matter of growing food vertically, which reveals the most standout aspect of his plans. Early in this letter I mentioned that the Dendera Bulb hieroglyphs are some of the oldest. Many people who have looked at those hieroglyphs, including academic researchers, think they depict lightbulbs of some kind. The machinist Brian Harner also spent many years studying those hieroglyphs, and he arrived at a distinct conclusion. Brian states that the bulbs depicted are cast in bell metal bronze, and the Dendera Bulb hieroglyphs are a set of instructions on how to use this bulb technology to cut stone. The entire phenomenon of powering an object with sound to cut stone is called, by Brian, “harmonic resonant micro cavitation” (that’s his “discovery,” though similarly to “invention” he does not care for that term). The significance of this discovery is that it explains how the pyramids were built.
I know, I know… For most of my life I did not think much about the matter and assumed that rollers and thousands of slaves were used. Then in 2016 I read Graham Hancock’s books and figured that ancient humans had abilities we lack, and they used a combination of sound and levitation to build the pyramids. Hancock found written resources which suggested just as much. Brian figured out the manner in which sound could have been used, and he has encapsulated that in his “invention,” the Holy Grail. He explains that the one grail he has built so far is only about two feet tall, whereas the bulbs depicted in the hieroglyphs were between 30 and 50 feet long. So the holy grail is the modern and, for now, much smaller version of what is depicted in the Dendera Bulb hieroglyphs. And, well… what we have to do is build more grails, ever-increasing in size, and use them to cut stone and construct pyramids. An Englishman named Wally Wallington figured out how to move stones weighing several tons, by the way, in a quest to reconstruct Stonehenge. Wallington asserts that the site could have been constructed using a much smaller crew than previously imagined. There are videos on YouTube of Brian constructing his device, and there are videos of Wally moving large stones by using wood, ropes, and smaller stones.
Here is a funny thing Brian pointed out to me. Weldon and Wally both have the initials WW, and their names both correlate with the particular discipline they worked on. Weldon’s name sounds like “Well-done,” as in, a steak. Wally’s name sounds like “Wall,” as in, a stone wall. Very interesting…
Back to the agricultural and environmental conversation: the way that growing plants vertically will be attained is by using the faces of the pyramids as aquaponics systems. The fish will live in moats around the pyramids, and the plants will sit in pots on the stones that comprise the pyramids. I presume that hydraulic ram pumps will be used to transport water from the moat to the pots, though that sounds like a lot of tubing. If I am granted the opportunity then I might clarify this with Brian.
On that note, I am writing less here than I originally intended to. The three asterisks * above indicate just a few of the points I meant to expand on. I have not done so due to time constraints. At this point Brian is going to let his cellphone service turn off when the next bill is due, which is roughly around November 8. There are quite a few other things I am trying to get done before then. One of the main things I have wanted to let you know is that I have basically found the answers I have been looking for, through Brian. Unfortunately the global situation is actually more urgent than I previously realized, mainly in the contexts of environmental health and resource usage. However, a very thorough solution has been presented. So perhaps I will tell you more at another time: I do not know yet in what form. I am pleased that you have gotten to see this path unfold over the last two years, so you roughly know the course I have taken and that I genuinely have been searching. Thank you again for listening.
P.S. I have never seen Brian use the abbreviation IHRC to refer to internal harmonic resonant capitulation—he always types out the whole term. I have used IHRC here to make writing this easier.
Completed on October 30 5:58PM