The Mathematician and the Outer Game III

Thus, time has an important companion of annulment of existences, namely, the very attitude of self-consciousness in creating imaginations of increasing approximation of being itself to reality that it itself invented.
The Mathematician and the Outer Game II

The JVI mathematician needs to synthesize the game. In short, what is the Game of Life of the Individual (JVI)?
A great clue is the Time Theorem (T5JE):
Time Theorem (T5JE): the time imagination cancels any reality underlying any existence imagination.
The JVI mathematician can then locate in "existence" a synthesis of the JVI.
What is existence really? It is the most important background concern of self-awareness. It is the most interesting imagination produced by the psyche. More than imagination, it is the deepest desire created by the psyche.
However, for the mathematician, desire does not automatically become reality. He refuses the "easy" conclusion that his self-consciousness is a "thinking thing" and therefore his desire for existence is fulfilled. The Time Theorem is sufficient to reject its existence as a "thinking thing."
The miracle of self-awareness is engaging. In becoming aware of itself the consciousness of matter gets excited and "concludes" that it "exists".
However, "existing" is difficult to understand and not trivial; by far it is the boldest desire of matter in the state of information.
The JVI mathematician focuses his self-consciousness and finds the Nothingness of Being, that is, "nothingness" in itself, but "only for himself," and calls this finding Sartre's Theorem. The metaphor that comes to the mind of the JVI mathematician is that of the cyclist's equilibrium which is clearly itself nothing.
When focusing on the exterior of self-consciousness, the JVI mathematician encounters Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle. The precise focus of the subatomic world reveals that the electron is "itself unfathomable," just as it is the whole core of "reality itself."
In short, the "existence of reality" is a kind of "nothingness".
How, then, was self-consciousness seduced by the desire to "exist"?
To create an axiomatic model, the JVI mathematician envisions, as a starting point, the Enchantment Postulate (PE):
Enchantment Postulate (PE): It is a complete mystery the miracle of self-awareness; however, existing things cannot come from nothing. So things do not exist and reality is a fiction, or just an imagination of self-awareness. In particular, self-awareness does not exist. In other words, one cause thing implies another cause cause and therefore an absurd return ad infinitum for the JVI mathematician. Being self-conscious means being self-conscious only, and any excitement that goes beyond the assumption of existence is just an enchantment.
For the JVI mathematician, the EP becomes a great synthesis of why the Individual's Game of Life began.
The first question for him is: why do I have to participate in the JVI? That is, why do I have to participate in the illusion of fundamental enchantment?
The JVI mathematician then imagines a hypothesis.
Interneuro Hypothesis (HI): Has the miracle of self-consciousness concomitantly produced the other's consciousness because, if not, how could self-consciousness be delimited? The "me and the others" arise at the same time. That is, a network of consciousnesses that interact for unknown reasons and are self-conscious is given from the awakening of self-awareness. Therefore, a self-awareness cannot get rid of the Interneuro.
The JVI is the Interneuro's imposition on self-awareness.
Therefore, HI states that being self-conscious is equivalent to being immersed in the Interneuro. Therefore, the existence of the Interneuro is also an illusion because it is an extension of the fundamental enchantment.
The JVI mathematician understands, then, that the JVI is based on the operation of the great machine that makes desires and illusions, that is, the operation of the great factory of things called Interneuro.

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