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  1. 01 HUMAN BEING’s MIND Of Max Diniz Cruzeiro

  2. 02 The Cerebral Machine according to Max Diniz Cruzeiro • Similar functioning to the computer; • Multiplicity of connections; • Restricted capacity of storage; • Neural chemistry of information; • Communicability among sectors of the human being machine (emphasis: senses).

  3. 03 Similar functioning to the computer

  4. 04 Multiplicity of connections BED HOUSE SLEEPING LIE DOWN CLOSING THE EYES DOOR HOUSE FLOOR WORK Neurons

  5. 05 Restricted storage’s capacity • Use of symbols; • Dictionary’s system; • Senses’ use; • library; • Storage of action (Verbs - image in movement); • - Memory of last facts; H O U S E

  6. 06 Neural chemistry of information PC Bit: 0 absence, 1 energy Neural Bit: 0 absence, a% e complete Neural database Substances Levels Binary code (PC): 10001001;... Neural code: 0;10%;15%;1%;99%;1;...

  7. 07 Communicability among the machine human being sectors (emphasis: sense) Neural sense: (Love/hate)/Extase/(Sadness/Joy)/Faith Homesickness/Repentance/Contemplation/and others.

  8. 08 Study Case • Going back; • Facts of the case; • Symptoms; • Communications Links; • Medical treatament; • Results until the moment.

  9. 09 Going back • Flatulences’ problems; • 11 years of disease without case; • Great load of work; • Great load of study; • Calm environment; • Medical treatment does not identify the case (deep psychological).

  10. 10 Facts of the case • Trip to Germany intending to learn the language to do mastership (1999) and to acquire more culture; • Stress during the travel, reducting learning skills (fadigue); • Back to Brazil: refined senses, sensation of being observed and some voices in the head.

  11. 11 Simptoms PATHOLOGY • Persecution thought; • Constant alert statement; • Sensation of unreability; • Punitive thought; • Dilation of pupil; • Trend the introspetion; • Sensation of invaded mind.

  12. 12 Communications Links • The star of Max; • Men television; • Psicography; • Tree-seed; • Communication imperfections; • Use of mechanics; • Unreal images (hologramas); • Breaking the head; • Incorporation; • Corporeal shock; • Conscientious collective human being; • Corporeal scanner; • Koan – Anti-virus mind.

  13. 13 The star of Max a b Equipment Pathology People Remote control Use of receivers

  14. 14 State a • The familiar group does not have idea that they are being neurally manipulated; • One of the integrant of the group speak freely; • The pacient receive messages before the interior dialogue; • The group communicates interacting with the pacient’s mind without knowing.

  15. 15 Example of state a Participants: A, B, C, D e P Dialoge: P (mentally): Why don’t you like Tereza? C (speaks): What will we eat tomorrow? I dont like caruru! P (remembers): The night Tereza ate caruru they had fought (Mind remains the memory of what happened. ) B (speaks): We’ll not fight! Do the same. By the way, why don’t we listen to music now? P (remembers): The reason of the fight was jealousy when the music played and without wanting it, he said the name of another women.

  16. 16 Example of state a: consequences • The person is insane; • Slowly walking for state b; • Sense of invasion; • Thoughts speed up for the sequence of ideias; • Simptoms of fatigue; • Escaping of thoughts (Aggravation).

  17. 17 Example of state b: • Each member of the group don’t communicate to each other; • The weak person search interaction with others looking for dialogue (Postponed); • Reduction of speakers for assuming mental communication; • Rise of the Ego; • Constants imperfections in the communication for the assumption of saying and thinking.

  18. 18 Example of state b Participants: A, B, C, D e P Dialoge: C (speaks): What will we eat tomorrow? I don’t like caruru! P (mentally): Why don’t you like Tereza? B (speaks): We’ll not fight! Do the same. By the way, why don’t we listen to music now? P (remembers): The night Tereza ate caruru they had fought (Mind’s memory of the fight. ) P (remembers): The reason of the fight was jealousy when the music played and without wanting it, he said the name of another women.

  19. 19 Example of state b: consequenses • Stress; • Use of medicines; • Shunting line in the social behavior; • Deliriums; • Isolation or necessity of high communication; • Necessity of internment case is aggravated.

  20. 20 Correlation enters the states a and b

  21. 21 Men Television a b Equipment Pathology Remote Control Use of receivers

  22. 22 State a • The group have no idea that they are being neurally manipulated; • One of the integrant of the group observe one of the integrants freely; • Each one when observing the person has a different focus of comment ; • The individual looks for mental justifications of the reason he/she’s being observed .

  23. 23 Example of state a • A person left a building and see that some people are watching him/her with no reason. In this case it is not related to references of knowing who are near you, but watch someone for certain time without any reason in a constant way.

  24. 24 State b • Normal routine; • The integrants observe the others freely and accidentally; • Different focus comments; • The individual keeps looking for mental justifications of the reason he/she is being observed.

  25. 25 Example de state b • A person left a building and see that some people are watching him/her with no reason. In this case it is not related to na accidental and sporadical form.

  26. 26 Correlation enters the states a e b

  27. 27 Psicography • Sensorial mensages; • Order of thoughts; • Notion of value and its ideas; • Writing the sequence of thoughts in brain; • Anonymity of information source.

  28. 28 Sensorial mensages • Two classes of sensorial messages exists: 1º - the ones that come complete in a thought beam, being able to come abruptly and to be analyzed slowly; 2º - the ones that are formed by deduction and comments.

  29. 29 Complete messages Example: Don’t want you to go home tonight, there is an eminent danger! Explanation: There was already these informations in this person mind, in a natural order (neural way) what formed the sequence of phonetic ideas that converged the abobe phrase.

  30. 30 Messages of deduction Example: The object in question is located on the moon and directs radio waves that comes to your head. Explanation: There was part of the symbols inside the person’s head, as he/she didn’t knew the name of the THING, interpreted, for deduction and it called as na OBJECT. First the person saw the picture of a satellite ina a magazine, after look through the window and saw the moon, had the will of using internet and connected in a site wich had a picture of a moon sending radio waves to earth on it.

  31. 31 Order of thoughts Infinite correlations HOUSE I’ll go home this morning. I’ll go to the room this morning. The house is mine. Cleaning the room this morning. . . . THE ROOM ACTION Morning THIS

  32. 32 Notion of value and its ideas Proposal: I passed for a store and saw a blouse of 20 dollars. Do I buy it? Not To buy Neural group 1: I did not like the color. 14% 33% Neural group 2: It fits well; It has an advanced design; It is cheap; My wife likes it. { Buy 57% 67% Neural group 3: I do not have money; I can buy with my credit card. 29%

  33. 33 Writing the sequence of thoughts in the brain As: The use of coherence and cohesion mechanisms. Maria Toy  House Friend > To rest Maria went out. Maria caught the toy. The toy was in the house. The house was of a friend of mine. My friends need to rest.

  34. 34 Anonymity of information source • As the information appears from manipulation of the registers in mind is not possible to know the origin of psicography; • The psicography sharpen imaginary of the people adding internal contexts to messages; • Sources of analysis on the part of the contacted and the other students of the case.

  35. 35 Seed-Tree • Sensory storage; • Image-symbol-sound associations; • Use of concept-words (seed); • Structure of searching seeds ; • Structure of junction/memory of the given information in a seed; • Absorption structure of a new information for the use of the sensors in the human body.

  36. 36 Communications failures • Contradiction of arguments and logic; • Interruptions in the logical sequence; • Psychological constraints and keys; • Surpassed state of alert; • Deviated logical sequence; • Interruptions in the chronological order.

  37. 37 Contradiction of arguments and logic Event: Peter likes candy and likes to listen to music, then Peter eats candy while he listen to music. Neural Group II candy music listen Neural Group I ? LIKE he and Peter then Commanded neural group. eats candy While he Listen to music Peter

  38. 38 Interruptions in the logical sequence Event: Peter likes candy and he likes to listen to music, then Peter... while he listen to music. Neural Group II candy music heard Neural Group I ? LIKE he and Peter Then Commanded neural group. While he Listen to music Peter

  39. 39 Psycological constraints and keys Event: Peter likes candy. I won’t say. To rescue the information a key is necessary. Peter Tune (key) He ? Constraints candy won’t likes I say

  40. 40 Surpassed alert state • Hearing things that do not exist; • Being afraid of things without reason; • Hiper-sensitivity;

  41. 41 Deviated logical sequence Neural Group When I want something and I another thing. Inclined area of contradictions due oscillations Not to walk To walk Causes: neural riot; registers with imperfections of neurons; extreme oscillations;

  42. 42 Mechanisms • Repetitive musics in the head; • Nervous tic; • Routine tasks as eating every day in the same time; • Using a limited number of symbols to express yourself; Consequence: Trend to lapse - aerial or torpid directions with neural incapacity to search archives in mind.

  43. 43 Unreal images (Holograms) • Definition: Visual figures that are activated for a group of neurons in a three-dimensional image that causes illusion in the place where the person is, which the perception of the image are only of it exactly; • As it occurs: use of herbs, remote control or riots (?);

  44. 44 Breaking the head (Mental interactive method) • It can occur for cerebral riot or radio waves; • First a concept in mind appears, later another one and same away ahead, while this the mind goes making correlations and forming proposals; • If the person is not part a group of concepts the mind keeps varying in delirium state.

  45. 45 Breaking the head: Ping-pong (Mental interactive method) • It is good to organize the neural base capturing untied concept-thoughts and organizing in neural groups of sequenced form. Mary articles early walks beach today Mary  walks  early  today  in the  beach

  46. 46 Breaking the head: Ping-pong (Mental interactive method) problems and solutions • If executed fastly mind will dislocates to manufacture hundreds of proposals and can diverge becoming a delirium; • The extreme variation of concepts (seeds/subjects) cause delirium; • In this state, the person must fix the mind in a restricted group of concepts for not get twirling in proposals;

  47. 47 Breaking the head: Educational (Mental interactive method) Objective: assimilating through memory process.Example: Either the expression y = 2x +4 calculates the value of y for x = 2. Basic functions: Seeing Symbols Searching library of signals interpreting  Having access to a neural group of the knowledge base Reading; 1º step: Searching the concept of that if it asks for: value of y; And now? 2º step: Activating memory and write the symbol-problem; So that? Find Y value. What do I have? 3º step: y = 2x +4 and x=2;

  48. 48 Breaking the head: Education (Mental interactive method) cont... Basic functions: Seeing Symbols Searching library of signals interpreting  Having access to a neural group of the knowledge base Reading; Rescueing knowledge. 4º step: Activating knowledge: equality, multiplication, addition and substitution of the variable for value.So that? Finding y value. 5º step: Substituting x in the equation = 2(2) +4. And now? 6º step: Multiplying the symbols 2x2; And now? 7º step: Catching the result and add 4 + 4=8 What do I want? Finding y value. Is symbol "8" the value? Yes.Revising problem. To validate result will be correct. Finishing the problem.

  49. 49 Breaking the head: Education (Mental interactive method): problems x solutions • The faced difficulty can happen because the conflict between concepts and definitions; • When the person will be in a stationary point must identify the concept that lacks and return the origin from the information; • The steps of deciding a problem can not be obvious or clear when it does not exist questionings to search in the memory the stored information; • A break in the thought can indicate that the logical sequence of ideas must be remade since the beginning to record in the memory the order of the information to be panned.

  50. 50 Breaking the head: Memorizer (Mental interactive method) Level of active Neurons(%) Neural group that indicates hunger Eating Maybe Area of oscillation (t) Not To eat Neural group that indicates lack of appetite. Interactive method of decision