CANCELLEX All thoughts are meaningless

Updated July 2, 2022

What is the sound of a rooster?

What is the sound of a rooster? Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Thoughts are not what they seem to be. They are rather movements of frequencies without any specific. If you have not spent time learning how to translate these frequencies into something that can be felt as if it has a substance, you would not be able to experience yourself as someone definitive in a world defined by time and space. In other words, without translating meaningless frequencies into thoughts that seem to have a meaning, the world as you believe it to be would not appear to be there.

It is only due to specific translations that frequencies can be perceived as separated thoughts with each their own meaning and importance – including the idea of you as someone with your own thoughts and feelings separated from what you perceive to be outside of you. But these translations are not a fact but make-believe that seems to work within a particular framework.

What is the sound of a rooster?
In Alexius’ native language, Danish, a rooster says Kykliky.
In Hindi: Kuk-rook-koo.
In German: Kikerikie.
In Tagalog: Tik-tila-ok
In French: Cocoricooooo
In Swedish: Kuckeliku
In the East-End vernacular: Kay-Eff-See.
In Spain, where he appears to be nowadays, it says Kiri-kiri-ki. But he still hears Kykliky, since he was conditioned to hear while growing up in Denmark.

The symbol of death is white in China , and black in the western world. Although death is the same all over the world, different cultures fabricate different interpretations of it. They may even fight about which fabricated ´reality´ is the right one.

You may try to find familiar forms in this pic, so it becomes meaningful to you. But there´s no meaning in this pic. Like everything else on a computer it consists only of zeros and ones, so if you see something else,

You may try to find familiar shapes in this image so that it becomes meaningful to you. Yet, the image has no meaning. Like everything else on a computer, it consists only of zeros and ones. So, if you see something specific, you are fabricating it by attributing different combinations of zeros and ones with each their own particular meaning. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

If we had not learned to interpret the letters in this article in a particular language, namely English, they would have seemed just as meaningless as the sound from a construction building, a rooster or an unlearned language. Actually, even though we have learned a language, we cannot hear or see it. Ears do not hear – just like eyes, they translate. What we think, hear and see are meaningless frequencies until they are translated by our brain into something that seems meaningful. See also Where to find the bliss of ‘the empty breath’.

There is no conclusion to this. That would just be another attempt to have meaningless frequencies translated into something that seems wise. And so is trying to stop thoughts, thinking positive, changing the world and whatnot. Thoughts or no thoughts, positive or negative, change or not – it is all a make-believe.

Those who have heard gurus asked questions like ´who am I?´ may ask, who is it that read this article. But there is no answer to questions like that, because reality is that which is One, and it takes more than one to be someone. Thus it is not possible.

That being said, you are free to choose any belief and appear accordingly. However, pretending to be ‘there’ is all you can do in a world defined by time and space. Just like in the context of such a world, you cannot be in the world of Monopoly, for example. You can only pretend to be ‘there’.

If you have forgotten, that which is you is not different from that which is One, you will remember it by pretending to be someone definitive in a world defined by time and space because what you pretend to be, you are not. Read more about this in hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation.

You cannot cut your head off and see what you think. There are no thoughts to be found there.

Not so many years ago, the assumption was ‘I think, therefore I am.’ But nowadays, this has been changed into ‘I get likes, therefore I am.’ The graphic is grabbed from the web.

‘I think, therefore I am,’
is a famous sentence by Descartes that seems to indicate that there must be a thinking entity, a self, for there to be a thought. Nowadays, however, this idea is about to be replaced with ‘I likes, therefore I am,’ as what you likes on Facebook turns you into someone definitive in the world of Facebook.

The thoughts that are expressed on Facebook are, in general, well-chosen so that they seem to paint a picture of you as an exciting person. The same applies to likes. What you write and likes are meant to construct a personality as if you are in charge of who you are.

But in the case of likes, it is nothing but the algorithm of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and whatnot that decides who you are. Based on your likes, machines will determine your personality and automatically post advertisements directed especially at this personality. If you believe what they reflect, you appear to be a real person. The same applies if you fight this reflection.

Beliefs are only possible in a world, where there appear to be more than one, because you need more than one thought to believe a thought is real.

But neither likes nor thoughts have any effect if you do not perceive them to be necessary. Your appearance only seems to be genuine because you want to believe that thoughts and/or likes mean something important. Without this perception, what and where you appear to be there will fall apart, and only what does not need to be believed, namely that which is One, is left ‘standing.’

NOTE: This article is part of hack #1.1 What and where you appear to be is make-believe.