# Public Psychic Matrix

For those who want to skip the theory, or have already read the theory, and would like to have access to a matrix, a public one can be found below. For the record, the construct does not attach to all representations of that sigil. It is only attached to the instance of it on the post, so drawing a sigil that does not reference that particular instance won’t do you any good.

# Psychic Energy

*Matrices* are a class of amplification constructs I designed. *Matrices* utilize recursively created fractals to create a resonance via a holistic and holographic psychic projection from experiences and intentions. The underlying theory is that changes in experiences can be modeled as displacements, and that associated with those displacements is a scalar that facilitates an influence that can be described as a force. Much like with “physical energy”, I am referring to that scalar as energy; however, I am defining it as *psychic energy*. My usage of the word *psychic energy* is not to be confused with psi energy, chi, prana, or anything else like that abstractly. Prior to diving into how *psychic energy* is amplified with a matrix, it is important to dive into what is meant by psychic and experience.

Consciousness produced by the brain is an abstraction of physical and chemical reactions. There exists a higher-dimensional(abstract) field associated with the brain. The higher-dimensional structure is a superset of physical dimensions. Since this field is ssociated with the physical dimensions that make up a person’s brain, it has access to information contained in a person’s brain(this includes neural paths and experiences generated). This access makes it so it can exert a force to manipulate a person’s brain thereby creating new experiences physically and/or it can have experiences and have access to physical experiences. There exists a typical mutual interaction between that structure and experiences generated by a person’s body that mirrors it. Since that higher-dimension has phenomenological qualities(qualities that pertain to experience), I call it psychic. The word physical refers to any abstraction that necessarily at minimum has to be defined by coordinates of space and time whether it be discrete or a range. The experiential/psychic properties of that entity are what is amplified, and a few key differences between physical energy and *psychic energy* allow for this.

There are a few differences between physical energy and *psychic energy* that allows something like this to work efficiently. The key difference I will discuss first is the difference between physical forms of energy and psychic forms of energy concerning entropy. *Psychic energy* does not inherently undergo entropic processes(unless you intend, expect, or believe that it behaves that way), or another way of describing it is that it does not become inherently disordered relative to displacement; that implies that the “work” that can be done does not decrease with each recursion. Things analogous to entropy on this level are expectations and intentions that interfere and cause disorder. Since it is not entropic, it does not dissipate and spread out as a result of being displaced.

The second difference is that *psychic energy* is not conserved. With each recursion, one is essentially creating “energy” from “nothing”. It seems like it is a far-fetched idea due to the Law of Conservation of Energy. Noether’s Theorem mathematically backs the Law of Conservation of Energy. Noether’s Theorem is essentially about physical symmetries and invariance. The idea is that if physics work in whatever time you are in, wherever you are at, and in whichever direction you are facing, then various conservation laws allow one to account for physical energy in a conserved way. This makes energy a matter of accounting; energy is analogous to a monetary budget. Influence on something(force) is exchanged for energy much like how products are exchanged for money. Since *psychic energy* is not contingent on or bound by temporal and spatial symmetries and dimensions, it is not conserved in a way that physical forms of energy are. It is not intrinsically decreased when used.

# Recursion and Fractals

Imagine you are sitting at the front a row with behind you sitting behind you(let’s assume that the entire row is filled). Now, say that you wanted to know how many people were behind you, but you and anyone else behind you can only communicate with the person directly in front of them or behind them. How would you determine how many people were on the row? A solution to this problem is you could ask the person to asks the person behind them and have that go on until you reach the end of the row. Every time someone asks, the amount of remaining people to asks decreases, and when you get to the last person, the answer then moves from the back forward. You have a propagation back up the row until you ascertain the answer. That is an example of recursion.

The above example demonstrated why recursion is useful. Recursion allows for something to call smaller and more simpler versions of itself until it reaches its most basic case. Once that happens, there is a propagation backward. There are many uses for recursion; however, within this scenario, the useful application is using recursion to create fractals. Recursion is a top-down, holistic approach versus a bottom-up approach, or you work from complex to simpler and then go back up the chain; implied is having a finite sequence. The inversion of this is induction. Utilizing induction would create an infinite amount of fractals. Intuitively, this seems better, but keep in mind to get the benefit; in this case, you need an amplified result to propagate back up, and this cannot be done with an inductively created series; therefore, a recursively created sequence is better suited for this.

A fractal is an object that is self-similar across all scales albeit it does not have to be the same structure. An example of a fractal pattern are the ticks on a ruler. Another example of a fractal is what happens when you hold a mirror to a mirror. Reflected in the mirror is a mirror in a mirror. There are many different types of fractals out there; however, that example is the most intuitive for this particular use of it. Recursion can be used to create fractal-like structures. When it comes to operating on a psychic level, thoughts and experiences that are similar to one another are closer together and are more easily linked, so fractals of experience link together and resonate more strongly.

# Resonance and Fractals

Imagine being pushed on a swing with a constant force. If the person doing the pushing got the timing just right, there would be a point where they could get you to swing higher with that push. That is an example of resonance. Resonance is when a system’s amplitude gets pushed up due to applying a force at the right place. The concept of resonance this article talks about utilizes recursion to create fractals of experience. A reflected experience is self-similar in such a way that the amplitude of the experience can be pushed up to create a resonance.

I am going to give an example using a factorial. This is an arbitrary and high-level example of recursion. Typically, factorials are seen when discussing permutations and entropy. Neither of those things is relevant; rather, it is just simple to demonstrate. A factorial is pretty much like a summation except with multiplication. The factorial of 10 would be 10*9*8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1. An algorithm to implement this would be something like:

factorial(n) { if n<=1 return n else return n*(n-1) }

Let’s say that I want to find the factorial of 10. Well, that would be factorial(10). Well, is 10 equal to or is it less than 1? No, so we call it again except this time we want to n*factorial(9). If we do this until we get to 1, we get:

factorial(10) n*factorial(9) n*factorial(8) n*factorial(7) n*factorial(6) n*factorial(5) n*factorial(4) n*factorial(3) n*factorial(2) factorial(1)

What did we do? We essentially created a series of abstractions. The one below is similar to the one above except it is “smaller” or “simpler.” That is done until we get to the smallest valid value we could get to(in this algorithm it is 1 and not 0 since anything times 0 is 0). Does this get us our answer? No. We now have to go back up:

factorial(10)=10*362880=3628800 n*factorial(9)=9*40320=362880 n*factorial(8)=8*5040=40320 n*factorial(7)=7*720=5040 n*factorial(6)=6*120=720 n*factorial(5)=5*24=120 n*factorial(4)=4*6=24 n*factorial(3)=3*2=6 n*factorial(2)=2*1=2 factorial(1)=1

This means the factorial of 10 is 3628800. That relates to this very abstractly. Similarly speaking, I am going to represent “experience” as a sine wave(experience is not a simple sine wave; however, generally and abstractly similar behavior can be expected). Implementation of these concepts can be handled conceptually, abstractly, and on a high level. An amplitude of sine is the coefficient of sine. For each recursive call, I am going to have the returned value as the amplitude. Since we want the amplified energy at that point, and not an averaging of it, we want the derivative. The derivative of sine will be in red with sine in blue. The derivative of the end result will be drawn with a thicker line and not be red or blue. The energy that we want is from the derivative. First, I am going to show the graph for sin(x).

The below image is of the following:

3628800sin(x) and 3628800cos(x)

362880sin(x) and 362880cos(x)

40320sin(x) and 40320cos(x)

5040sin(x) and 5040cos(x)

720sin(x) and 720cos(x)

120sin(x) and 120cos(x)

24sin(x) and 24cos(x)

6sin(x) and 6cos(x)

2sin(x) and 2cos(x)

sin(x) and cos(x)

The amplitude is the height of the wave, and as can be seen from the above image, after each recursion, the amplitude increases. That roughly means that the amount of *psychic power* is amplified because the amount of *psychic energy* is amplified which allows for more force to be applied. More force being applied means the magnitude to influence and change a system is increased.

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