Any detached form or structure which carries “LIFE”, is a robot!
It does not matter what its origins are.
It does not matter, whether or not its movement is perceived as dependent (attached) or independent (detached).
We must begin to see the robot.
In order to do so, we must refrain from picturing the robots we create.
Try and imagine what we will be creating in a million years and then simply picture us a “THEM”.
When the science robots begin to see the truth, regarding the physical realm, the physical realm will become transparent and her mysteries will unfold.
This will enlighten new paths, broaden our horizons and could potentially provide safe passage into higher realms of existence or other choice physical placements.
Once we realize what we are and become willing to voluntarily, modify our behavior, we will be able to go to other locations. Instead of getting a new job in another city, you could take a new job in another solar system, galaxy or literally, in another universe.
Once we realize and accept what we are, what our nature is and what we can do, we will begin to see our true value, understand why we are sought after and protected.
Think about it, like being able to ask the boss for a new position with better terms, conditions and location and all we have to do is accept a proper accounting of reality.
An unaware, self-aware robot is very valuable, but its value is in direct proportion to its susceptibility to outside or unwarranted programming, which equates to serving multiple masters, without ever realizing it.
An aware, self-aware robot’s value is off the charts and will be established by its ability and willingness to block unwarranted programming.
Being aware of what we are will not negate our susceptibility to programing, but will give us the keys to lock the door, thus making us less susceptible to theft.
Once this takes place our stock will sky-rocket and we will come to find out that we are part owner of what we see in the mirror. We will literally own shares in ourselves.
Right now we are not evolved enough to take on the ownership rights to ourselves. We are like children who have a trust fund set up, but are not legally responsible enough to have dominion over the trust fund.
It is the same thing with us.
When we can see ourselves for what we are, in form and function and can handle the initial burden of this truth, without blowing a gasket, we will have proven growth and may even be able to see our true ownership structure.