Ahnenerbe

  • by Andrey Davydov, Olga Skorbatyuk
  • Narrated by Chris Poirier
  • 0 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You do not know anything about the world and about yourselves because you were ordered to believe. You do not know how to think, analyze, and all your "thoughts" are just a walk to the internal "cinema", where you will be told and shown how to live and what to be. And, you will have nothing left other than to do that, what your "inner voice" told you, and reinforced with corresponding sensations.
A human being and a computer have a similarity: both do not work without software (an operating system, or OS). A computer without software is a pile of useless metal. A human without software is a body, in which automatic physiological processes support life, but he cannot function, he is "a vegetable". Today, many people are familiar with computer software, but no one is familiar with the "software" of a human. Although human software is actually the "soul" that throughout many centuries people are looking for so hard and cannot find. Software and psyche (soul) are synonyms. The role of human OS is enormous: It is the basis of functioning of human psychophysiology.
This civilization has come up with a lot of modifications of artificial OS without coming close to even approaching the question of every person having natural software, given by nature at the time of birth. People had to live somehow. Humans differ from animals: OS of animals works automatically since the moment birth, it is not necessary to comprehend and study it, it just works. This is different with humans. So, artificial software was invented instead of natural. Although it differs from natural like papier-mâché or plastic apples differ from natural apples.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-04-2014
  • Publisher: HPA Press