Talk:Sixth And Seventh Senses

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Markvd said ...

Interesting stuff, if I would add another capability if possible in the future extended human RAM memory so the same mistakes made long ago don't keep repeating like a broken record during future life incarnations.:) All these wonderous abilities are good if clumsy baffoons are not using it for irrational purposes.

--Markvd 02:01, 5 December 2010 (UTC)

Hawaiian 21:16, 5 December 2010 (UTC)The problem with RAM memory is that for every incarnation of a spirit there is a new personality without any memory of former life cycles. Thus this new personality (for its own good) is kept away from its personalities of former life cycles. Until the psyche is strong enough (as in Billy's case), it can access former experiences/knowledge via its Subconscious without damage (multiple personality disorder or bipolar)

However, you have a point of former malevolent beings having the same negative personalities emerging again in reincarnations that brings problems not just for themselves, but others as well. (reference to one person who shot at Billy was in former times the same incarnated spirit that also persecuted Jmmanuel 2000 years ago).

Thus, we have an uncreational event that repeats itself, because it is not currently being balanced by forces that are capable of doing so and it affects the evolution of others as well. Therefore a new more creative method is required that gives the current personality the necessary experiences/knowledge it needs to differentiate between right/wrong and through its free will, hopefully decide for the good of itself and others as well. Apparently the spirit has not learned to balance itself through the creational incarnation process and continues down its path of destruction not only of itself but others as well including the innocent. Maybe the only option for these malevolent ones are removal to a desolate planet where they can destroy themselves or be subjected to experimentation in resolving such disorders?