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The Noosphere

Vladmir Vernadsky, a Russian geologists born in 1863 first introduced the concept of the noosphere. To quote from Wikipedia:



“The noosphere can be seen as the 'sphere of human thought' being derived from the Greek νους ('nous') meaning 'mind' in the style of 'atmosphere' and 'biosphere'. In the original theory of Vernadsky, the noosphere is the third in a succession of phases of development of the Earth, after the geosphere (inanimate matter) and the biosphere (biological life). Just as the emergence of life fundamentally transformed the geosphere, the emergence of human cognition fundamentally transformed the biosphere. …The word is also sometimes used to refer to a transhuman consciousness emerging from the interactions of human minds”.


Teilhard de Chardin was a Jesuit priest and a professor of palaeontology. He created the notion of the Omega Point, which in essence is that humans are a step in the process of the evolution of a planet (and in my opinion therefore by extension, of space itself), not the end in itself. Ultimately all minds must merge into one super-mind, the planetary mind. He also introduced into the Omega Point the notion that it should be free from the limitations of space and time (nonlocal and atemporal). In other words, of higher mind dimension.


Every form of manifestation within space is an energetic projection out of space. Space has spawned all that is. We are the part of that manifestation that has become self-conscious. We can say that we are the planet's consciousness plants. We are space, looking back out upon itself. Mind integration should not be seen as a loss of individuality but rather a gain into a oneness of transcendent super-telepathy. It is the process by which the planet becomes a god-like being.


Tom Bearden, a nuclear engineer and theorist who has contributed greatly to the theory underpinning psychotronics, takes this idea still further in that if our evolution was linear and was not to eventually integrate into mind-worlds, we would have expected to see extra-terrestrial visitors who are, say ten thousand years ahead of us, chugging through space [3]. This is not the case. Instead we see only strange tulpoidal hyper-dimensional beings (from tulpa, an ancient yogic term for manifested thoughtforms), appearing often in the vernacular of the observer. Many reliable witnesses such as airline pilots have told of how UFOs often vanish and reappear or manoeuvre in ways which in terms of our laws of physics are simply impossible. This leads Bearden to postulate that all planetary civilisations reach a fork in the road shortly after discovering nuclear power; they either annihilate themselves or integrate into the Omega Point.