Emergence of Tricameral Mind
The Tricameral Mind is a hypothetical precursor to human consciousness in DystoTech, postulated in 2008 by Seraphim Descandera in his major work “The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Tricameral Mind”.
In his work, he attempts to reconstruct the origin and development of human consciousness in the course of human history by the means of a central thesis: The emergence of post-human consciousness out of externally induced actions and a structure, of which he found traces in Whitley Strieber’s Communion and in Liber Null by Peter J. Carroll, but also in phenomena such as abductions by greys in general or in OOBEs (“out of body experiences”), among others.
The main thesis of Seraphim Descandera, which he himself describes as “preposterous”, states that true consciousness has risen, historically evidenced, in the middle of the second millennium AD progressively, starting from about the 1560s in present-day southern Germany. It developed in a fraction of humans as a sort of backlash to the creation of remote-controlled entities, so-called “NPCs”, through external influences in the human population since antiquity. In general, humans did not have any kind of awareness before this form of counter-reaction or as Descandera describes “no autonomous self-reflective self” in the modern sense.
In line with keeping the peculiarities of Descandera’s concept of consciousness as well as the fact that he uses this term in a special, rather narrow sense (as “induced consciousness”) and that he wants his readers to understand the root of his research, most of his work deals with the question of how and why it could be, that external influencers apparently tolerate the emergence of the human third voice.
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