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Volume 2 is a continuation from Volume 1 going more in depth into the significance of days that states joined the United States. It addresses the objection that humans can see patterns in just about anything. That is not sufficient evidence that an actual pattern does indeed exist. The book goes into citing the birthdates of Louis Braille and Hermann Rorschach. If it’s true that Earth is a living organism, perhaps the reason why Louis Braille has a birthday coinciding with a U.S. state date is because it’s reference to the blind. When using the mind’s eye to perceive things, it’s like using a form of “intellectual Braille” to feel around for a shape. When it comes to ideas and thought as a shape taking form, the mind’s eye must grasp at definitive lines to imagine an outline. If it is true that Earth is alive and selected for Hermann Rorschach to be born on a specific calendar date for the same reason Louis Braille was born, the state date theme could indicate a rebuttal to scientists claiming that people can see whatever they want to see. Rather than trying to argue that point, it would seem better to take the life of a key individual who developed a test on gauging people’s perceptions regarding inkblots and make the person land on a specific calendar date. Rather than trying to argue the point of what is just perceived and what is intentional, it would be easier for a planet using the Subconscious Collective to send instruction to the mother of Hermann Rorschach to conceive the child on specific calendar date. This falls into the realm of Cryptology because it’s a planet that has encrypted symbols in the form of calendar dates that can be used to mark humans. When humans are slated to become historical figures that will have an impact on society, the birthdates will serve as a marker. In human history, historians can give biased opinions on what they think a public figure’s influence on society was. It could be positive or negative. However, if a planet as a Super Computer just wanted to mark certain people in history with definitive symbols that cannot be as easily disputed, it would make sense to use the birthdates and date of death. Regardless of whether a person had a good or bad influence in history that historians are unable to agree upon, historians can agree on the birthdate. They are less likely to argue about the day the historical figure was born. Computers run off numbers. If Earth behaves like a Super Computer, then it would make sense for it to use numbers as well. If Earth is a Super Computer, then humans would be physical manifestations of process IDs carrying out tasks. A section also goes into the theory of how Lottery numbers are chosen. Most people believe that lottery numbers are just random. However, using physics and the accuracy and precision of the Subconscious Mind, a theory is proposed in this book that the lottery ball collector knows exactly where all the lottery balls are at every second and when to siphon the lottery ball to be chosen. While this theory may see outlandish or impossible, the book uses the analogy of the movie “Inception” with different layers of consciousness and dreaming. What would be a fraction of a second to the human eye and our level of consciousness may be the equivalent of 2 weeks to the body cells in the human eyeball that are watching the lottery balls bouncing around. Normal human reflexes would not be able to pick out lottery balls. However, the Subconscious Mind controlling the motor reflexes of the lottery ball collector can pull the correct numbers that the planet wants. The planet, in that sense, can choose who wins the lottery. That changes the life of the lottery winner. In changing the life of the lottery winner, it also affects the flow of money that is generated from wealth being redistributed. Like a chain of events, it can alter the course of people’s lives touched by the lottery winner. This opens the door for further study in Subconscious Psychology.