Oversoul 7, that is/was a Seth book and my introduction to all this, my official introduction around 2001-2ish. Just like Led Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy was my first not handed down LP and my official introduction to rock and roll but fractally a different level of information as far as there are levels of information. Sorry my mind is all academic as I'm in that mode. Levels of information is something in the paper I just wrote on consciousness for my biopsychology class saying that consciousness as a nonphysical digital information system, getting that understanding mainstream, is now the Hard Problem of Consciousness while the rule-set of the "wetware" (neurology) is the Easy Problem of Consciousness being researched now as a new paradigm is developing. I couldn't help it, going MBT in academia rather than just quietly getting the PhD.
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