Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Contrary to Claims in the Scientific Literature, the Cerebellum Cannot Generate Speech. How Do I Know This?


In this article, I make the bold claim that the cerebellum does not generate speech. I know this, not because I learned it from the scientific literature (scientists actually claim the opposite is true), but because I found out about it from a 2000 year-old occult book known as the book of Revelation. Years ago, I discovered that the books of Revelation and Zechariah contained revolutionary scientific knowledge about the brain and consciousness written in a symbolic language intended to hide their true meaning. That is, until now.

Darwinism Is a Religion of Cretins

A search on Google for "cerebellum speech" quickly reveals that researchers in neurobiology and neuroscience either believe or blindly parrot the claim that the cerebellum contributes to speech production. It turns out that most of the researchers who make claims about the speech capabilities of the cerebellum do so on the basis of the supposed correctness of Darwinian evolution. They believe (or rather, want you to believe) that the cerebellum must have evolved over millions of years to contribute to speech output. The truth is that there is no actual neurobiological evidence to support their conjecture. It is pure pseudoscience based on the belief that the theory of evolution explains the origin and evolution of living organisms. Darwinism is truly a religion of cretins.

Why Mainstream Scientists Are Wrong About the Cerebellum

The only evidence scientists have offered to support their pseudoscientific claim is the observation that damage to the cerebellum can result in speech difficulties and, in some cases, even total mutism. They then erroneously conclude that this is because the cerebellum contributes to speech output. But this is not how it really works. It is not even close to how it works.

The reason that people with cerebellar lesions have difficulty with speech is that the cortex can only pay attention to one thing at a time. The function of the cerebellum is to handle routine but important tasks such as standing up or sitting up straight, walking, maintaining balance and posture, etc., while the conscious brain is busy thinking, speaking or focusing on something else. Without the help of the cerebellum, the neocortex is forced to perform the routine tasks consciously. In other words, the neocortex cannot speak at the same time that it is maintaining balance, posture or standing up straight. This is why we need a cerebellum.

Many patients with cerebellar damage learn to cope by quickly switching between tasks every fraction of a second. This causes them to speak in a halting or staccato voice when sitting up or standing. Depending on the lesion, their bodies often tremble when they speak. However, if they are lying down, their voice return to normal. They can speak freely without interruption because they no longer have to consciously maintain posture or balance. This would not happen if the cause of the speech impediment was the cerebellum. Speech problems that occur after cerebellar lesions are obviously side effects and not indicative of cerebellar speech production capabilities.

The Message to the Church in Laodicea

To repeat, I did not come to this conclusion by reading scientific papers. How could I since the published papers claim otherwise? I did it by deciphering certain passages in the occult books of Revelation and Zechariah. There are two passages in the book of Revelation, in particular, that inform us about the brain's ability to speak. One is found in the message to the church in Pergamum (chapter 2) and the other in the message to the church in Laodicea (chapter 3). I have identified Pergamum as the center of speech processing and Laodicea as the cerebellum.

The occult texts leave no doubt that the cerebellum is not able to speak. The message to the church in Laodicea teaches us that the cerebellum receives its teachings from the conscious parts of the brain. What is of interest to this article is the following:
Rev 3:16. "So because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth."
The "lukewarm" metaphor signifies that the cerebellum cannot make a decision to act on its own. It can go either way. It is not allowed to speak for this reason. This is what the metaphor "I will spit you out of my mouth" means.

The Message to the Church in Pergamum

The Pergamum message is about the motor learning mechanism of speech. I know this because of the following verse:
Rev 2:16. "Therefore repent; or else I am coming to you quickly, and I will make war against them with the sword of my mouth."
The "mouth" metaphor is unmistakable but what is the meaning of the "sword" metaphor ? I cannot go into the details but suffice it to say that the message to Pergamum teaches us that motor learning for speech production is not unlike other types of motor learning: it works through trial and error. The main difference is that it concerns only speech production and cannot be automated in the cerebellum. Connections are made and, if they are found to be wrong, they are severed. The sword symbolizes the correction mechanism. It is a "two-edged sword" because there are just two types errors during motor learning.

How do I know that speech production is the only form of motor behavior that cannot be automated in the cerebellum? I know it from this verse:
Rev 2:17: "To him who overcomes, to him I will give some of the hidden manna, and I will give him a white stone, and a new name written on the stone which no one knows but he who receives it."
The "hidden manna" metaphor signifies that members of the church of Pergamum are priests in God's Temple because only priests had access to the hidden manna. This is a reference to the occult book of Zechariah which uses the "Temple" metaphor to represent the seat of memory and the priests to represent units of sequence memory. This also tells us that sequence memory has direct motor output connections. Every priest is given a "stone" that represents a specific place in the Temple or an item in memory. Each priest also has a "name" that symbolizes a unique sensorimotor function.

The cerebellum learns by observing conscious motor behavior that is generated by the sequence detectors in memory. The symbolism is simple: the cerebellum learns sensorimotor behavior by knowing the names of the priests in the Temple. It cannot learn speech motor behavior because every winning member of the church of Pergamum is given a new name "which no one knows but he who receives it."


Given the nature of my work, it goes without saying that it would never be accepted for publication in a mainstream scientific journal. Not that I care, mind you. I would never publish anything in a mainstream journal anyway. I abhor elitism. Nevertheless, I stand by my claim that the cerebellum does not contribute to speech generation. It is a scientific claim because it can be falsified by the observation of actual connections between the cerebellum and the speech areas. I claim that those connections do not exist. I stake my reputation on it.

See Also:

Short-term Attention Span Lasts 12.6 s and it Takes 35 ms to Switch from one Subject to Another. How do I Know This?
200 Million Horsemen and the Corpus Callosum

Friday, May 12, 2017

Short-term Attention Span Lasts 12.6 s and it Takes 35 ms to Switch from one Subject to Another. How do I Know This?

The Amazing Occult Books of Revelation and Zechariah

I know precise details about the brain's attention mechanism that are yet undiscovered by science. I know, not because I am some kind of genius, but because I have decoded a large part of the ancient occult books of Revelation and Zechariah. These two books use clever metaphors to describe the organization and operation of the human brain and consciousness. Based on my interpretation, I learned that most of the cerebral or memory cortex is asleep almost all the time. The cortex is organized hierarchically like a tree (symbolized by an olive tree in the ancient texts) and only one branch of the tree (an olive branch) is awake at any one time. When a branch is awakened, it can only remain so for a short time. The 12.6 seconds value comes from this passage in chapter 11 of Revelation, emphasis added:
Rev 11:3. And I will grant authority to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy for twelve hundred and sixty days, clothed in sackcloth.”
There are two witnesses (also called olive branches and lampstands) because the brain consists of two hemispheres. According to my research, "day" is code for the duration of a neuronal cycle, which is about 10 milliseconds in the brain. 1260 days is thus 12.6 seconds. This is how long the brain can keep its attention focused on one thing. At the end of the 12.6 seconds, attention is terminated and the brain essentially goes into a very short coma lasting 35 milliseconds. I know this from the following verses:
Rev 11:7. When they have finished their testimony, the beast that comes up out of the abyss will make war with them, and overcome them and kill them.
Rev 11:11. But after the three and a half days, the breath of life from God came into them, and they stood on their feet;
The "beast that comes up out of the abyss" is part of the attention control mechanism. "Three and a half days" represents 3.5 x 10 or 35 milliseconds. After this, attention is resurrected somewhere else in memory when another branch of the memory hierarchy is awakened, one in each hemisphere.

Attention Control: An Open Door Which No One Can Shut

My current understanding of the texts is that there is a special branch in the memory hierarchy (symbolized by the church of Philadelphia in Revelation) whose job is to determine where attention should go at any moment. This branch is given an "open door which no one can shut", meaning that it is always active. It continually selects a number of other branches for activation. The branch with the most votes is the winner. According to Zechariah's text, the ultimate decision on which branch to awaken belongs to the spirit that resides in the brain. This is what free will is about. In an artificial intelligence, attention control would have to be implemented strictly algorithmically. If there are more than one winning branch, a winner would be chosen at random.

More to Come

Again, you will not find these things in any neuroscience book. These are falsifiable predictions of my research. There is a treasure trove of other exciting stuff in the occult texts. Stay tuned.

See Also

Contrary to Claims in the Scientific Literature, the Cerebellum Cannot Generate Speech. How Do I Know This?
200 Million Horsemen and the Corpus Callosum