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the Matrix and the Collective Consciousness – thoughts on Matrix 4.

So the little girl, at the train station.

she’s in between worlds. It’s not the Matrix and it’s not Zion. I guess, it technically still is the Matrix in the sense that it’s a representation of a number conscious agents; the parent programs, the girl and Neo. The crazy train driver dude they stole from the crazy homeless ghost in Ghost. 


Neo goes to the machine city. His body is there, and is mind is there. But when he interfaces, his body remains with the machines and his conscious agent fights Smith’s conscious agent.

whether or not the machine Neo speaks to was the architect is something I’ve thought about, but I can see no direct connection to say that it is the architect. that So, Neo allies with a/the Machine/AI/Skynet/the Collective Mind of all machines in order to defeat Agent Smith. After the reset, Sati, the girl is also there. 

Consciousness and Agents

the Oracle in the Matrix is an old black woman; however, the Oracle is not flesh and blood in Zion, for the Oracle isn’t somebody who is inside one of those pods. They, the oracle, the old deleted programs who refused to be deleted, are imprinted into our collective consciousness as to so be real, because of the interface.

So Sati is another one of those. she was created by her parents and smuggled into the Matrix. She’s not flesh and blood in the real world. 

the Matrix and the Collective Consciousness.

The matrix is a prison for humans but it’s the safe Haven for programs in exile. 

The matrix is a prison for humans but it’s the safe Haven for programs in exile.