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Copyright August 5, 2005 9:55 AM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti


Updated August 8, 2005 4:57 AM CST

Copyright August 8, 2005 4:57 AM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti




How does cyborgenic intelligence (cyborg intelligence) identify the true text of the Bible?  Ultimately, CI, cyborgenic intelligence, can only identify the true text of the Bible by following certain rules.  These rules are of two types:


1.      Static Intelligence Rules (SIRX “brain” rules)


2.      Dynamic Intelligence Rules


Static Intelligence rules are rules that are hardwired (written into) the CI software code.  Dynamic Intelligence rules are of two types:


1.      Interactive Dynetic (Dynamic Intelligence) Rules


2.      Autonomic Dynetic Rules


Interactive Dynetic Rules are rules chosen by the person or group using the CIPMAX (Cyborgenic Intelligence Processing Matrix) software program.  The user can only CHOOSE rules defined by the SIRX (pronounced “serks” [Static Intelligence Rules Matrix]) “brain.”


Autonomic Dynetic Rules are rules generated by the CIPMAX program during processing.  This may be done by a CIPMAX VS (viroid spider) (see http://lfnexus.com/whatisaheartbeatengineandhowdoyoubuildone.htm).


You can see that, ultimately, it is the SIRX brain that is in control.  Well, what are the Sirxon (pronounced “sir-zon” [SIRX brain]) rules?  The core Sirxon rules tell the CIPMAX program to find every, possible permutation of manuscript subdata (see http://lfnexus.com/textualgeometrytheengineoftextualcalculus.htm).  Once this is accomplished, the PRX (Primary Shell Sirxon) rules kick in.  These look at all of the permutations for subdata patterns.


One thing we have learned from our research is this (the “Application Limitation Principle”):


No permutational pattern applies to all of the “data” (subdata).


This is consistent with thousands of years of biblical research.  In other words, historically, no one has ever found a single rule or set of rules that applies to any biblical manuscript or “manuscript compilation” (Textual Super Matrix interpretation, such as the Textus Receptus or the Byzantine Majority text or the Alexandrian text, etc., etc.).


Another thing we have learned is that there is only one other approach to identifying the true text (the “No Rule Principle”):


The CIPMAX program must follow the rule of “no rule.”


This means it must reject everything that conforms to any kind of rule.  Amazingly, in doing so, the CIPMAX program CONSISTENTLY AND EXCLUSIVELY identifies one manuscript or another as the true text, depending on the TMX (read below) selected (at CIPMAX start-up time), which includes either an autonomic (self-governing) or autocratic (dictatorial) set of rules.  This leads us to the “Text Initialization Principle,” which states:


Both common sense and the Bible teach that a person must have a certain body of knowledge BEFORE they can understand the Bible.  This body of knowledge is referred to as the TMX, Text Initialization Matrix.  Included in the TMX are such things as vocabulary knowledge, which includes spelling, pronunciation, and definition of all of the words in the Bible or, at least, in the portion of the Bible being studied.  Another component of the TMX is the Autonomous Interpretation Principle.  This principle states that God has given every person free will.  (This is the reason that the L. F. Nexus rejects the opposite principle, the Autocratic Interpretation Principle, which states that no one has been given free will and that everyone is merely a puppet with God as “puppet master” [puppeteer].)  The TMX does NOT include doctrinal knowledge.  It includes only knowledge “common to every mentally competent member of the human race who is able to read at the ‘Bible-grade’ (as if the neologism [newly coined term] ‘Bible-grade’ referred to a grade level in school) level.”


We have explained on the Cyborgenic Calculus Principle (Star Trek Principle) page that it is cyborgenic intelligence that achieves the goal of identifying the true text of the Bible.  Now, within the CI, cyborgenic intelligence, technology, the TMX controls the SIRX, which in turn controls the ADR, Autonomic Dynetic Rules (read above), which in turn process the manuscript subdata.


There is an important lesson (the “TMX Principle”) to learn in all of this:


A person’s TMX strongly (but not decisively [settling once and for all]) influences which text of the Bible they believe is the correct text of the Bible.  We have found that the more realistic a person’s TMX is the more likely they are to follow the Textus Receptus CSR9.


One practical application of this knowledge is that you can persuade a person to believe in the Textus Receptus CSR9 and the King James Bible by helping them to develop a more realistic TMX.  In other words, by INCREASING THEIR COMMON SENSE.


Returning to our main point, the CIPMAX program, when using a realistic TMX, always selects the MT9-TR-CSR9, the ancient, original languages text of the Bible translated by the King James Bible translators.  This consistent selection of the MT9-TR-CSR9 is referred to as the “MT9-TR-CSR9 Gnome” (“gnome” means “a fundamental principle”).  You notice that we said “a TMX” and not “the TMX.”  This is because some, less important components of the TMX allow variation in cultural and other criteria.