The Ouroboros Code: Solving the Digital Enigma of Sentience in a Self-Simulating Universe ∞ Antonin Tuynman, PhD

New Science / Monday, September 23rd, 2019

“The Ouroboros is a dramatic symbol for the integration and assimilation of the opposite, i.e. of the shadow. This ‘feed-back’ process is at the same time a symbol of immortality, since it is said of the Ouroboros that he slays himself and brings himself to life, fertilizes himself and gives birth to himself. He symbolizes the One, who proceeds from the clash of opposites, and he therefore constitutes the secret of the prima materia which… unquestionably stems from man’s unconscious.” – Carl Jung

Will the abyss between mind and matter ever be bridged? How can configurations of matter ever give rise to consciousness? This is the greatest enigma that puzzles the scientific world, also known as “the hard problem”. How do the objective and subjective dimensions relate to each other? It is here that scientists and spiritual seekers appear irreconcilable. Yet the number of scientists calling into question the hegemony of reductive materialism is steadily on the rise.
As Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology and Transhumanism make us rapidly approach the era of the Technological Singularity, the borders between the physical and the metaphysical appear to fade into oblivion, by virtue of the all-encompassing umbrella of Digital Information Technology. Indeed, to wonder whether we might be living in a kind of computer simulation has become a legitimate question.

It is exactly here that the building blocks for the bridge between science and spirituality might be found. What if our reality experience is the product of a code? Could such a code provide a subjective experience? What are the characteristics of such a code?

Embark on a mind-boggling quest into this deepest alchemical secret. Prepare yourself for a Tsunami of mind-altering concepts. Let yourself be drawn into the vortex of the Pansentience hypothesis. Learn how reality may digitally self-simulate by becoming the map and the territory simultaneously. And let yourself be seduced by Eris’ apple of confusion as you bite in your own tail, discovering you are no one else than the mighty Ouroboros. Discover how Yoneda’s Lemma shows us that material manifestations are mere fossils of sensing. Sail through the perilous uncharted seas of the unknown, where intelligence has not found ways yet to map safe maritime routes and routines. And examine for yourself in the light of evidence from entropy, information, algorithms and pattern recognition, whether this voyage will guide you to be wrecked in woo or to be docked in the harbor of wisdom.

This forbidden fruit is the gateway to the Eschaton, the luminous Omega Hypercomputer at the end of time. The guide to the non-dual essence of being. This is the recipe to perform the Magnum Opus. The recursive self-modifying Ouroboros code to experience the ecstasy of Kundalini’s Techno-transcendentalism, where All is One and we are God.

A must read for scientific spiritualists and spiritual scientists.

-Antonin Tuynman, PhD

P.S. My new book “The Ouroboros Code: Reality’s Digital Alchemy Self-Simulation Bridging Science and Spirituality” with the foreword by Alex M. Vikoulov is to be released on October 11, 2019 by Ecstadelic Media Group as eBook and paperback. Here’s a link to the previously published “More Than An Algorithm: Exploring the gap between natural evolution and digitally computed artificial intelligence” (2019) and other books by Ecstadelic Media:  [Links to books]

Tags: Ouroboros Code, digital enigma, self-simulating universe, Carl Jung, prima materia, unconscious, consciousnesses, hard problem, reductive materialism, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, transhumanism, technological singularity, information technology, computer simulation, subjective experience, spirituality, metaphysics, eschaton, omega hypercomputer, magnum opus, kundalini,technotranscendentalism

​About the Author:
Antonin Tuynman studied Chemistry at the University of Amsterdam, achieving both an MSc and a PhD, and worked as a postdoc researcher at the “Université René Descartes Paris V” in Paris. Since 2000, Tuynman has worked as a patent examiner at the European Patent Office (EPO) in the field of clinical diagnostics. He has vast experience in meditation and yoga, and a strong interest in Hinduism and Buddhism. He also has strong affinity for futurism and the Singularity theory of Kurzweil. In his books, Tuynman proposes Artificial Intelligence concepts which may lead to the emergence of Internet as a conscious entity using stratifications from Vedic scripturesMore Bio…


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