"Neurons that fire together wire together."-
Donald Olding Hebb
Mirror neurons include
a variety of visuospatial
neurons fundamentally dedicated to social interaction providing an
In a social setting mirror neurons fire both when a mammal acts and
when the mammal observes the same
action performed by another.
The excitement of the mirror
neuron system takes up the largest portion of the focus of observant
consciousness. It is why we
Mirror neurons in the observing
mammal fire in response to
observed activity by
mimicking the neural network of the active
respond as if the observer
were itself acting.
Mirror neurons fire in parallel
when we actually recreate an action.
system is important for understanding the actions and
intentions of other people, and for learning new skills through
neurons are the neural basis for
the human emotion of
The mirror neuron system
gives us the ability to infer another person's mental state from
our mental experiences and
to imitate or
a performer skilled in mimicking
to imitate in a servile or
to be an imitation of; simulate; resemble
Masks are as old as mankind.
While they have a magical attraction to the observer and those who wear
them, their initial intent was to provoke awe, terror and laughter.
Throughout history, masks have been used in many ways: as a prop in
cult rituals, ceremonies, or to guard against accidents, spells and evil
In Venice, masks played a major role in everyday life and the
first records of carnivals date back to the year 1286.
wearing masks in public was prohibited beyond the carnival with the exception
of nobility, who were allowed to incorporate the masks into their private
By the 1500's, morality did not exist in Venice and people
started wearing the masks to cover their faces as women wore deep necklines and
revealed their breasts.
Men wore the masks to conceal their identities
as well and as a result anonymity was secured.
While they wore the
masks, people were able to commit immoral acts all while remaining anonymous.
Hedonistic, immoral and extravagant behavior in the Venetian republic
lasted all the way until its prohibition in 1797 by Napoleon.
until about two centuries later, in 1980, that there was a rebirth of the
traditional and historic masks.
mimicrythe act, practice, or art of mimicking
performance, or result of mimicking
"Most of our actions are mimetic in a mechanical
sense. They consist in doing more or less automatically and unconsciously, what
everybody around us is already doing." - René Girard
In evolutionary biology,
mimicry is the similarity of one species to
another which protects one or both.
This similarity can be in
scent and location, with
mimics found in similar places to their
The mimic, or shapeshifter,
benefits from the mistaken identity, luring prey or warding off
mimics make use of mirror neurons by mirroring behavior.
involve morphology and
other behavior properties.
Mimicry functions to deceive
the observer by
preventing the observer from correctly identifying the
mimesisMimesis is a fundamental force in human development.
mammals learn through mimicry.
Abstract concepts may be shared
Mimesis is a
critical philosophical event used by all mammals to adapt to environmental
conditions by learning through imitation.
Speaker (1896) taught students specific gestures correspond to specific
emotions - what later generations call 'body language'.
Evreinoff believed theatricality was fundamental to human life.
involves creating of works of art in
non-repressive forms with the
goal of sharing
a central philosophical theme through memetic reasoning.
Huizinga in Homo Ludens suggested play,
an instinct to
entertain as well as to be entertained, is
essential to human
The linguistic roots of
mimesis go back to fifth
century Greece, to mimos, whose derivatives convey
a dramatic act of
representation through imitation.
the reproduction of
reality through dance,
"The task of art today is to bring
order into chaos." - Theodor
From the beginning the concept of
the reenactment of
reality through mimesis has attracted
has been seen by many
philosophers throughout history as an
attempt to fanatasize existent
cultural conditions by downplaying certain cultural
conditions while effectively
staging and marketing others.
violence are evinced as
Nature creates similarities. One need only
think of mimicry.
Men have the
highest capacity for producing
Perhaps there is none of his higher functions in
which his mimetic faculty does not play a decisive role." -
Walter Benjamin, On the
This character of mimesis, ranging in effects from
theatrical artifice to
political deception, came
under renewed scrutiny in the period between
World War I and
World War II.
say that the harshest, most disastrous aspects of imperialist war are the
result of the gaping discrepancy between the gigantic power of technology and
the minuscule moral illumination it affords." -
Walter Bendix Schönflies
This became apparent with the marriage of
new technologies of
machine warfare with the new technologies of
film and the
Benjamin warned of the evolution of
warfare into an art form in The Work of Art in the Age of its Technical
As the magical power of art came to be understood
in terms of its representational content artists pursued perfection in
their images - tantamount to
perfect control over
War becomes the deadliest exhibition of 'art,' the
dissociated "enjoy their own destruction as an
aesthetic pleasure of the highest
This is the aesthetics
that the politics of fascism manufactures.
A meme is a
cultural behavioral trait that spreads from person to person within the social
culture by repetition in a manner
analogous to the biological transmission of a virus.
A meme acts as
a unit for carrying cultural
ideas, symbols, or
practices that can be
transmitted from one mind to
another through writing,
rituals, or other
are culturally analogous to genes in that they self-replicate, mutate, and
respond to selective pressures.
Memes are a viral phenomenon that evolve by
natural selection in a manner analogous to that of biological evolution.
Memes do this through the processes of variation, mutation,
competition, and inheritance, each of which influences its reproductive
Memes spread through the behavior that they generate in their
Memes that propagate less prolifically may become extinct, while
others may survive, spread, and (for better or for worse)
Memes that replicate most effectively
enjoy more success, and some may
do so even when they prove to be detrimental to the welfare of their
Engineers create memes with the intent of altering the
reality perception of
a specific social subgroup and
thus their behavior.
examples of American political
party duality memes are abortion,
These memes function to divide
the voters into two congregations based on unrealistic idealistic opposed
subjective moral considerations.
Those who reject these
compartmentalizing cubicles of
political duality reject
"the lesser of two evils" meme.
The savvy Memetic Engineer is able
to isolate, study, and
subtly manipulate underlying values
systems through the symbolic balance of primal
atavisms that subconsciously influence
individual psyche and
In neopagan subculture the
term "resurgent atavism" is used to describe the resurgence within
"developed" modern Western culture of
religious movements inspired by
the pagan religions of centuries past.
Many cite the rise of
inquiry, the clash of cultures and
the security state control
grid as contributing to an increasingly coherent social
cultural worldview, one in which
religious sentiments are
more frequently tied with an
appreciation of the physical world, human relationships and
the relation between Nature/Reality and
the Human Being.
game theory attempts
to statistically capture and
deploy behavorial memes in strategic situations.
Deployment and capture are time critical and
entirely dependent on existent social cultural conditions.
Individual success will be
dependent on the choices others
make based on past experiences,
connections to lifetime worldview and
prior conditioning to
individual pragmatic materialism vectors.
An example of memetic
engineering is the concept
of fiat notes - a meme developed by early
This meme takes away
personal power and places it into private hands.
The meme of legal
tender forces individuals to accept and use
fiat notes under
the guise of law.
Once an individual is
forced to accept fiat
survival is essentially under
the control of the issuer of
the US this is the Federal Reserve - a privately operated banking
structures combine diverse behavioral
thought patterns in order to address
social cultural cohesion problems.
The combination and interaction of thought pattern operators evolves
and promotes the diffusion of
the most successful memes which generate definable human social cultural
behavior algorithmically on command.
word "Egregore" derives from the Greek word egrégoroi, meaning
"watchers", which also transliterates as "grigori".
The word appears in
the Septuagint translation
of the Book of Lamentations, as well as the Book of Jubilees and the Book of
Even being derived from the word Grigori, which acquired a
somewhat negative aspectation over time, the general concept of Egregore is not
are infectious and possessive.
They displace elements of identity at
level, and as such, influence
decision-making processes of those involved with the group mind effectively
hijacking the individual's decision-making system.
intensified by stress, and a
group that deals with massive amounts of internal and external stress will have
a significantly stronger egregore than groups of similar size but with much
Once an individual is
conscious of the influence
of groups, institutions,
egregores, and memes, they can more accurately
constrain the selection of reactions present
in the subconscious mind at any given moment.
This allows for
decisions to be based on real intentions and
desires rather than remaining
hardwired to the options
imposed by external entities.
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