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the Human BioComputer
John C. Lilly, M.D.
Preface by John Allen
Each of us resides within a biochemical
robot—a computer. We are programmed. Some
programs, especially those needed for survival, are
hardwired and present at birth. Other programs are
implanted into our system as a child. Programs are in
All of us are programmed biocomputers.
The human biocomputer is that we can self-program. John Lilly’s groundbreaking research tells us how. Our biocomputers have the unique feature of learning to learn called metaprogramming
We can not escape our nature
Most of us have several controllers
We can program any conceivable model of the universe inside our own structure.
Our biocomputer can program the self-programmer to travel through its models as if those realities were real. This property is useful when we step outside it and see it for what it is—an immensely satisfying realization of the programmatic power of our biocomputer.
Programming chemicals facilitate self-metaprogramming.
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