By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
Sept. 18, 2002
Dear Ken Adachi,
This is an email and sent to Joan (my wife) at work the morning after seeing
the Russell Crowe movie "A Beautiful Mind" a biography of the mathematician
Dr. John Nash.
In John Nash's Nobel Prize acceptance speech he says that searched through
mathematics, physics, metaphysics...in quest for an original thought. I believe
that his schizophrenia came about through his brute force approach to the
metaphysical. He forced open the doors to the akashic.
Greydon Moore had the same drive, a single minded pursuit of the fountain
of Universal Knowledge through entirely male intellect which ignored, rejected
and ultimately brokedown the female substance principle. Greydon had the same
thumb to the forehead with fingers grasping at thought mannerism which is
peculiar to those who have invested so much consciousness into the intellect.
I also saw Moore fill many walls with charts and graphs attempting to synthesize
Relativity with Gravity Theory which was what Einstein was attempting to do
at Princeton, Nash's doctoral school. Einstein stole Relativity from the akashic
in 1905 psychically using his Serbian girl friend as a go-between. The theory
which became his doctoral thesis came from the female as shown in the movie.
His atrocious pick-up lines in the bar indicate what he was doing to his own
inner female. He had no patience. It was his wife who held him together when
his schizophrenia got worse.
The Princeton School of Advance Study contributed heavily to the Manhattan
Project and the mental cesspool around those brick buildings must really stink.
I felt no attraction to ever visit that campus.
Nash might have developed his mental "nutcracker" approach in high
school in West Virginia. Maybe it was during his Bachelor of Science or his
Master's degree. Reaching beyond the stratosphere of man's knowledge on an
intellectual scaffolding is like building a tall structure out of balsa wood.
Bodily climbing such a weak structure is dangerous. Psychically it is apt
to induce bad dreams...paranoia. Doing such a climb without female protection
is likely to breakdown the cellular structure of the brain...schizophrenia.
Karmically there is a heavy price to pay for ignoring the warnings of the
female and violating sacred principle.
Forcibly opening the psychic senses is a recipe for psychic manipulation
by the lower astral entities. Those Nash saw were probably disincarnate souls
and elementals. The little girl was probably an elemental. As he has continued
through his life to this present time to see these "imaginary" creatures
of the mind, his psychic senses are still open and he has been an open door
to negative manipulation which would affect those in his environs-especially
his students in the mathematics department. He is an open conduit of cunning
influences. Such a "rotten apple" could ruin the whole academic
"barrel" at Princeton and bring into being that which he most fears...Big
The chip under the skin of his arm he saw in one schizophrenic episode is
exactly what disincarnate souls would like instituted on earth to reduce any
possibility of human consciousness rising spiritually. Chips being used on
cattle (in lieu of branding) if used on people could magnetically disrupt
higher sensory awareness which is the route to the higher self. The events
of September 11 are "necessitating" the use of chips to improve
national security especially at airports. Should such a program be put into
practise on convicted criminals and cause a huge reduction in the crime rate
then the benefits of placing chips in everyones' body may seem necessary to
control all uncivilized behaviour which may include higher spirituality.
The movie appears to be a story of a man overcoming his limitations, but
it could work on the level of allegory considering that there is an astral
psychic basis for schizophrenia.
In the Nobel speech, Nash admitted that love was the one important principle
that he had been searching for all of his life as the camera showed his wife
in the audience crying.
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