The best explanation I have seen yet about why suddenly gender neutrality is such a priority comes from Erich von Daniken’s excellent and exciting book, The Gods Never Left Us. In that book, there is a very interesting opening where an older man sits in his reading chair and notices a strange holographic light that occasionally appears by his foot. He rationalizes that it is not some reflection of light but is some self-generating aperture with its own mass. It comes across as some kind of mini black hole. So he calls up his son, who works at CERN, the supercollider in Switzerland, to ask his professional opinion and to wonder if the discovery of the God particle there might be somehow connected to this strange light that is appearing in his living room. The Higgs Bosen, the God particle discovered on the LHC supercollider in 2012, The Large Hadron Collider, has faster-than-light properties and opens up all kinds of possibilities concerning the realm of quantum mechanics. As a result of some investigation into the strange light in the old man’s living room, a team from CERN shows up to measure it and chronicle its behavior. They soon discover a coded message that comes to them 106 years in the future that shows very beautiful but sexless characters who are explaining to these scientists that they are attempting to conduct some scientific experiments regarding “bridging,” which is to step over time periods and communicate beyond the dimension of time, which starts to make a lot more sense when quantum mechanics is applied to logical understanding.
The evidence that the gods, as we term them, were never obscure religious figures from ancient texts but have been from the beginning always with us, for as long as more than 450,000 years, according to legends of kingly chronicles coming from the Middle East in Sumerian culture, Egyptian, and Indus Valley mythology. And the premise of von Daniken’s book is that earth was seeded from places around the galaxy, likely not just by one species but several. And this isn’t some fringe theory; several American astronauts believe the same thing based on their experience, notably Edgar Mitchell, who I think is very credible. Beliefs like this are not given to us at birth by our parents. They are formed over time based on our realistic interaction with the facts. And those who work in science and deal with facts find that the ancient texts controlling mankind’s view of the cosmos were a purposeful strategy to keep some of those ancient bloodlines in kingly power over the many thousands of years since. It doesn’t take long beyond all that to realize that many of our secret societies are supremely concerned with this very problem of keeping bloodlines of families in some sort of royal power, and the purpose of various religions was to keep those same people believing in that social structure, so not to threaten the power of those who had it in the form of royal lineage. This, of course, was easier to do in a less complicated time. Today people have access to a lot of information, and the more that information has been available to people in a mass form, such as in the printing press where common people could read things for themselves, this power game has been hard to control. Especially these days when the internet allows all forms of mass communication. It may have been designed to control mass populations with a kind of censored message, such as we saw regarding governments and Covid, but the opposite has happened; people are able to ask questions and get information beyond the power structures that want to rule over them.
Then to complicate things further, once you open up all the quantum possibilities that are involved with the Higgs Boson particle, well, now all those gods and voices that appear to prophets and kings that founded kingdoms, even the claims of modern politics and the secret societies that are trying to have a relationship with all this ancient knowledge, you suddenly have ordinary, everyday people talking to other people from 106 years in the future as if they were just talking on the cell phone or sending people an email. Time didn’t matter all of a sudden as a unit of measure, just as communication with people over vast distances around the earth could be instantaneous. The only real difference was that time was measured based on the earth’s rotation compared to the sun, so other places around the world were dealing with time zones. A message sent from the east coast of America might be given at 8 AM in the morning, but it might be received in Europe at 2 PM in the afternoon. Or perhaps 13 hours later in Japan. Yet the message happens all at the same time from its point of origin. And this is the same kind of problem when you start dealing with faster-than-light neutrinos around the galaxy. We are just now beginning to learn about some of these things, and we will uncover many more mysteries in the years to come.
Yet, as interesting as all this is, the nature of all living forms is very much the same; their base conduct is to rule over others for their own safety and security. So the warzone is often knowledge, who has it, and who can use it to the best effect. That book, The Gods Never Left Us, was published in 2018, and at that time, the gender neutrality issue was picking up political steam. It had been around from liberal communities for several years, most notably the cultural assault from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. And in a very short time, the gender neutrality issue has exploded into our political discussions as a sudden priority. But why? Well, much of this acceleration has occurred since the discovery of the God particle at CERN.
We must consider how all these various characters with deep roots into our earthly past are motivated toward power and preservation for their own interests. Still, now we must consider that all those species of living forms also interact with us across multiple times as they exist in earth’s own future and past, but also around the galaxy where we know particles can respond to influences in live time. They don’t often follow the rules of our known physics, a particle here on earth might rotate one way but move in the opposite as a direct influence on the other side of the universe, instantly. And suppose communication can occur along those lines. In that case, we could be getting all sorts of crazy information that may not make sense to us from sources literally everywhere, across time, in ways we have difficulty comprehending. And it is in this kind of insanity, measured based on our terrestrial existence here on earth, where our religious parameters have kept us safe from all this intergalactic communication, that the gender neutrality movement is trying to impose itself on our species by a group of lifeforms who no longer identify themselves as a sex-based culture. And as crazy as all that might sound, it really is the only possible explanation for why gender neutrality has suddenly become a political priority. Nothing else really makes any sense. Lifeforms 106 years in the future have shown themselves, and our culture has responded by trying to copy those gods in their form as we always have attempted to do. But the results are clearly not the desire of all people in our culture, which is presenting us with this current political conflict.