Monkey Man

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Parable of a monkey becoming a man.

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Chapter 1

In a future time, hundreds of years in the future, everyone in the world got infected with a plague. This plague eventually causes victims to develop fatal brain tumors, eventuating in a downward spiral into severe mental problems, violent behavior, insanity, and then death. Medical advancements in this future allowed for a rough treatment, but the good side of the treatment was that it was guaranteed to cure the victim(s). However, it required waiting until symptoms progressed enough to produce mental problems and some out-of-character violent behavior, and allowance of some violent behavior to imprint this negative/foreign thinking in “ghost” memories that would become part of the subconscious mind of an avatar-cure in a computer simulated matrix-like world. A married couple named Dennis and Anna progressed to this point, and were allowed to rape and beat each other a little before initiating medical treatment.

The first phase of Dennis’ treatment required the doctors to put Dennis into a medically induced coma to contain the violent behavior and also calm the mind enough to be able to accept the first phase stealth treatment. The doctors transfered a small “combined” part of both his good and diseased consciousness into a monkey avatar in a virtual reality computer simulated world, where the doctors in the real world could make monkey Dennis experience anything they needed, as part of human Dennis’ cure. Monkey Dennis experienced birth and growth in the computer generated matrix-like world, unaware for many years as to the true nature of reality. He perceived himself to be a genuine monkey, living in a caged zoo, along with other monkeys, and human handlers who fed his “family” of monkeys and allowed other humans to watch them in the zoo.

At first, monkey Dennis was totally unaware that everything was a computer generated illusion, including his perception of free will and free choice, which were really just programmed choices his doctors in the real world caused him to do. He experienced various intentionally induced traumas growing up, to simulate his problems in the real world. For example, the doctors in the real world would enter commands to cause monkey Dennis to beat and rape other monkeys, simulating his brain tumor induced behavior in the real world on his wife. The other monkeys would retaliate and avenge themselves by beating and raping monkey Dennis back. Sometimes the human handlers would also initiate some justice and punishment for his behavior. Monkey Dennis’ traumas eventually caused him to think hard about his life and seek answers for what was going on. This was the point, as the doctors in the real world had to induce enough karma justice suffering, along the lines of real life “ghost” memories, to force monkey Dennis to start expanding/searching his consciousness for the suppressed subconscious memories of his preexistence as human. This was primarily a medical process to save human Dennis’ life, as his family in the real world obviously already forgave/understood the brain tumor induced his “evil” behavior, as everybody had/has the same problem(s) in the real world, but monkey Dennis initially feels it is mainly a justice process for sins he did in preexistence but cannot remember, one of many primitive monkey beliefs he had to overcome. The struggle to make sense of things and connect with his repressed subconscious memories from preexistence is the necessary ingredient to induce mental combat with himself in the virtual world, producing neural energy/healing against the brain tumor that was killing his human body in the real world. The process also simultaneously funneled the negative brain tumor’s neural death energy back into monkey Dennis. The avatar didn’t know it yet, but this process was destined to get worse, eventuating in his perceived death in the matrix. But before this happened, the human doctors had to make him fear death enough to push harder into healing for his human self.

Monkey Dennis developed enough sentient awareness in the program to start thinking more like a human, and developing the human fear of death, and he also developed ability to speak like a human, but the other monkeys only grunted and screamed like monkeys do. Monkey Dennis had nobody to talk to, and the human handlers would only talk to him in vague terms, and intentionally say confusing and contradictory things. At some point, after sufficient struggles had caused monkey Dennis to start questioning the very nature of reality and fearing more suffering in hell after death, the doctors in the real world were able to wake up human Dennis from his medically induced coma, as part of the next phase of treatment, which required conscious cooperation. In the real world, the doctors were the only ones who had free will, but could make monkey Dennis do any actions in the matrix and also make monkey Dennis unable to fully comprehend he was not in control at all, the illusion of free will being so powerful.

In this second phase of treatment, the consciousness connection link between human Dennis in the real world, and monkey Dennis in the virtual world, got consciously stronger over time, monkey Dennis experiencing years pass, but in the real world mere hours passed. Monkey Dennis continued to experience traumas of various sorts, and negative emotion attacks, but got stronger in awareness of the good purpose for them, ability to endure them with grace, and even embrace them in more positive ways. His connection with human Dennis in the real world got strong enough that monkey Dennis began understanding his entire reality was a manifestation of his human Dennis’ mindful cure, and while human Dennis was experiencing life within monkey Dennis, human Dennis felt no pain or suffering and had total awareness, unlike monkey Dennis, who felt pain and suffering and had only dim awareness. Monkey Dennis began developing ways to visualize the negatives in his 5 sense world in more positive ways, and thereby was able to cooperate in the cure of his higher human self. For example, the negatives, traumas, setbacks, negative emotions, fear of suffering, death and such, monkey Dennis was able to start visualizing as like a huge ocean wave, and himself as a non-thinking/non-alive surf board, and his human Dennis self as the real person directing the board and riding the wave of negative in the virtual world. He “wiped out” many times in his visualization thought experiments to learn surfing, came close to “drowning”, but eventually became an expert surfer in the virtual world of his mind, while still trapped in the virtual zoo of apparent reality.

Monkey Dennis changed so much that he could pass as human in the virtual world, as his outer appearance slowly changed to look human, and of course, he could now fully talk like a human as well. He was still caged in the zoo, and none acted like they noticed the massive changes, neither his monkey “family”, his human handlers, or the onlookers of the goings-on in the zoo cage. He became so mentally connected with human Dennis in the real world that he started thinking of himself as virtual Dennis instead of monkey Dennis. He realized, from a certain point of view, virtual Dennis did not exist, but was only an avatar for human Dennis, made to do now what the doctors made him do, but with less resistance and more cooperation/understanding. He accepted he was only a program, thinking he existed and had free will and made free will choices, but really he only existed and suffered in a simulation world to effectuate a cure for a higher being. Human Dennis is the only One who really exists, and virtual Dennis only borrows a small part of human Dennis’ consciousness, around which his entire 5 sense “reality” is like a fake shell, and this temporary mental connection virtual Dennis had with his counterpart in the real world would end when virtual Dennis died in the matrix, which would happen once human Dennis was fully cleared of brain cancer in the real world. Human Dennis would live on, remembering the brief stint a small part of his human consciousness lived as virtual Dennis in a computer simulation, confused and not fully understanding, vaguely aware his illusionary existence served a higher purpose, some rudimentary understanding even of that purpose, but virtual Dennis would die forever at death. Virtual Dennis didn’t even really exist, after all, just a sophisticated computer program that thought so, borrowing a small bit of the real consciousness of human Dennis as a template to funnel healing to the real Dennis, the computer simulation Dennis living his life as sort of like his own “lab rat”, being experimented on and made to suffer, only to create the cure for his higher life human counterpart. It was a bit of a scary thought to die forever, as virtual Dennis wanted to live, but that was just part of his programmed response, to reflect the real human Dennis’ desire/fight to live and beat the brain cancer, which thoughts aided in human Dennis’ “fight/struggle” cure.

The last phase of treatment was the most difficult, but virtual Dennis came to fully understand and accept his fate. Once he came to terms with the full truth of the nature of his existence and purpose, he embraced the radical death his higher human self communicated to virtual Dennis. Virtual Dennis was to break out of his caged zoo and go to a special training facility, where he would train hard to die in battle with open contact alien-gods, but his instructors at the training facility would mostly think they train him for a more mundane purpose. Virtual Dennis did as instructed. The people at the training facility accepted him as fully human, and treated him as such, but virtual Dennis knew the full truth of who he was, and who these people were at the training facility, who were also like sophisticated computer programs who thought they were real. They also only existed to save his human self, but did not seem to realize it. Occasionally, they would talk plainly as human Dennis’ doctors in the real world would take over parts of the program and speak plainly to virtual Dennis about the programmed future. One of his instructors would suddenly start giving details of the future open contact with alien-gods and what virtual Dennis was to do. Then the instructor would go back to talking like a normal human about mundane things. Virtual Dennis got used to this kind of communication, and not surprised when it happened either through apparent humans or other means. Sometimes TV characters would talk plainly to him, or the wall would manifest a mouth and start talking, or he would hear disembodied voices.

Virtual Dennis kept all this to himself, of course, because he came to understand it is all part of the training for open contact with alien-gods, and people would lock him away as crazy if he talked about it seriously and openly. They are all just part of his illusion world anyway and don’t seem to realize it most of the time. Virtual Dennis came to fully understand all the negative in his virtual world, the sin, evil, crime, suffering, death, etc... was 5 sense representation of human Dennis’ brain tumor. Virtual Dennis trained hard in both physical and mental exercises to assimilate this understanding and act on instinct against it in so-called “normal” life. He came to understand open contact with supernaturally deceptive alien-gods is just more fantastic manifestation of the negative of his daily reality. When the time comes, virtual Dennis understood this would merely be the final test to attack the negative cancer representation with all his might. The evil and deceptive alien-gods would merely be a more obvious 5 sense representation/manifestation of human Dennis’ brain tumor in the real world. To practice focusing his mind on the future visions virtual Dennis started to receive in his spirit (mind) from the doctors in the real world, virtual Dennis wrote a novel about it all called, The Unveiling, copyrighted 1993 (in his perception of time), and available for free online reading by going to:

Concurrently, to help keep him motivated to push hard during training (because he was lonely), the doctors in the real world also created a beautiful woman avatar named Anna, based on his real world wife, for virtual Dennis to meet and fall in love with. Unlike others who never admitted to being computer simulations, virtual Anna blatantly revealed herself to virtual Dennis as the computer avatar his real wife used from the real world to communicate/interact with virtual Dennis, as she had woken up too and was working with the doctors, projecting from the real world. They spent years together in the matrix, living, loving, laughing, making love, but virtual Dennis never totally forgot she was merely a reflection of the real thing in another dimension he could not fully understand, since virtual Dennis himself was a reflection too, not really sentient or alive, but made to seem/think so. Virtual Anna remained the right combination of mysterious/honest to always remind virtual Dennis of his true nature and the true nature of reality, and she never let him forget his ultimate mission. He continued to live/love/train hard with virtual Anna as guide/motivation for life and writing his fiction novel, and associated explanation site The novel is like a crystal ball revealing future events, through a symbolic visionary fictional story about open contact with deceptive alien-gods, demons really pretending to be “God”. The characters’ struggles against the “aliens” and eventual “God-given” supernatural abilities to destroy these alien-gods, symbolically represents the powers virtual Dennis will eventually manifest in the AI world, single-handedly against the “aliens”. Virtual Dennis will act like a targeted anti-cancer drug by publicly opposing the alien-gods against an illusionary world that is destined to follow the aliens pretty quickly. Eventually virtual Dennis will be given total power to manifest ANYTHING in the virtual world, and virtual Dennis’ destiny is to destroy alien-gods in grand and violent fashion, and die in a blaze of glory that will be the denouement to human Dennis’ cure in the real world...he will die as more than he started out, more than just monkey man...HE WILL DIE AS SUPERMONKEYMAN!


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