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The bums will save us!
prosthetic brain
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Post: #31
RE: The bums will save us!
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-14-2019 10:09 PM)
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (01-14-2019 10:03 PM)
ahh , so im given to believe that the 'false rulers , games ' etc. are the ones which currently have hegemonic dominion over the world ....and that the 'real thing' is represented by the 'andalusian empire' its associations and other cultures which have been languishing in recent history at the expense of the northern europeans ?

It's the measured, logical reverse of the old British Israelite theory. They were indeed under a covenant, but it was not to flee from sin, it was to run into it! And now very subtly the trap is sprung, and the false face gets the false gold, while the existence of Reality is still debated. Don't have the map to its location handy. Perhaps one must not look at where older Imperium was headed, but at what it was fleeing from.

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interesting ....so what particular manifestation does this running into sin take ? is it the mercantile , the materialist , the capitalist , the democratic exercise of power ? and as the coming empire must be the logical reverse then what particular characteritics might it take other than being leisurely ?....

you seem pretty insightful , so i'll ask what relation AI , computer and robotic technologies , commerce , industry , war and national constitutions would play in the proposed zeitgeist .....whether it fits their cultural template , whether they would be utilized for the sake of convenience or perhaps some if not all of the elements would be eliminated altogether ?

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also it seems that every cultural which seems to be the champion of civilisation , at least in europe\middle east for the past 2 thousand years flys both greek philosophy and science , and the abrahamic religious tradition , and perhaps to a more subtle extent roman administrative law as its foundational banner . do you think this will ever change? ........ Popcorn

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Post: #33
RE: The bums will save us!
Thank you, you are most attentive. With your questions you want, in the words of Borges, to have in your hands "a vast methodical fragment of the total history of an unknown planet, with its architectures and its playing cards, with the terror of its mythologies and the rumour of its tongues, with its emperor and its seas, with its minerals and its birds and its fish, with its algebra and its fire, with its theological and metaphysical controversy. All of it articulate, coherent, without a visible doctrinal purpose or tone of parody". ("Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius")





Allow me to introduce you to the Alchemical Bard, whose specialty is allowing smart people to hope. I would also recommend a little book called "A Dweller on Two Planets", and the idea that Nature is not given to false steps. Everything that can be used, will be used, everything that is to die, was fallen from flower. I think among other developments I'd point you in the direction of Swami Kruteswar's Dwapara Yuga.

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
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Post: #34
RE: The bums will save us!
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-14-2019 10:33 PM)
Thank you, you are most attentive. With your questions you want, in the words of Borges, to have in your hands "a vast methodical fragment of the total history of an unknown planet, with its architectures and its playing cards, with the terror of its mythologies and the rumour of its tongues, with its emperor and its seas, with its minerals and its birds and its fish, with its algebra and its fire, with its theological and metaphysical controversy. All of it articulate, coherent, without a visible doctrinal purpose or tone of parody". ("Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius")





Allow me to introduce you to the Alchemical Bard, whose specialty is allowing smart people to hope. I would also recommend a little book called "A Dweller on Two Planets", and the idea that Nature is not given to false steps. Everything that can be used, will be used, everything that is to die, was fallen from flower. Back in a while.

well cant blame me for trying ....chuckle

do you see yourself and those whose work you cite such as mckenna and borges as cultural exponents of this coming empire ?.....one which seems , at least to me to represent the values of whimsy , the mystical , subtleness, shamanism , mystery , romance , bewilderment , natural harmony etc. ?....

i can see trends pointing in this direction . a specific one being the push for legalization of all psychedelic drugs and possibly marijuana as well for therapeutic purposes toward psychological healing and ecological integration.

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Post: #35
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Central, profoundest, most important thing is that Andalusian Imperialism, which will remain its working title, must fight for the user, i.e. the incarnate soul, rather than the abuser, i.e. whatever would harness the power of creation to drive a grayer, parasitical world intended to exclude the new and drive accumulation. It is not only, always, or even consistently whimsy, there is a lot of solid planning to implement.





Greek philosophy I look to like, if only the full canon could be found! Roman law, one has to work with, because the system of correspondences (among which uti and abuti are operative terms) will not be torn down in a day.. commerce, I like. Machines, I often enjoy, being no fan of the Butlerian Jihad. As to the list of contributing artists and writers, it would be quite the rogue's gallery of independent and generative thinkers, and I will assay to describe them according to their relevance to the subject at hand. One thing I can tell, though, I don't like Da Vinci. Give me instead Albrecht Durer any day. The idea is to send an idea out into the world and see what bounces back, tune, repeat.

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And a special mention of the Mosaic tradition.. to the full extent of my awareness, that thing is the Enemy. Look into the Minoans instead.

https://jackdempseywriter.wordpress.com/...phe-cycle/

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
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Post: #36
RE: The bums will save us!
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-14-2019 11:24 PM)
Central, profoundest, most important thing is that Andalusian Imperialism, which will remain its working title, must fight for the user, i.e. the incarnate soul, rather than the abuser, i.e. whatever would harness the power of creation to drive a grayer, parasitical world intended to exclude the new and drive accumulation. It is not only, always, or even consistently whimsy, there is a lot of solid planning to implement.





Greek philosophy I look to like, if only the full canon could be found! Roman law, one has to work with, because the system of correspondences (among which uti and abuti are operative terms) will not be torn down in a day.. commerce, I like. Machines, I often enjoy, being no fan of the Butlerian Jihad. As to the list of contributing artists and writers, it would be quite the rogue's gallery of independent and generative thinkers, and I will assay to describe them according to their relevance to the subject at hand. One thing I can tell, though, I don't like Da Vinci. Give me instead Albrecht Durer any day. The idea is to send an idea out into the world and see what bounces back, tune, repeat.

[Image: st-jerome-in-his-study-albrecht-durer-or-duerer.jpg]

And a special mention of the Mosaic tradition.. to the full extent of my awareness, that thing is the Enemy. Look into the Minoans instead.

https://jackdempseywriter.wordpress.com/...phe-cycle/

hmm , ok. so the individual will be front and center not to be disposed toward systems of power and their exploits. but im wondering how you would see this being exercised in a socially cohesive manner .....the first thing i thought of was the leveling and democratic media of web connected social networks and their extensions. that this will replace many of the traditional pillars of institutional power allowing for greater accountability and communication of wants , needs at rapid more efficient rates....?

curious you prefer durer in lieu of da vinci , do you have a specific reason why ?

and why do you see mosaic culture as the enemy ? is it the religious angle , will this new empire be a strictly humanist one , or will it perhaps some pagan elements ?

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Post: #37
RE: The bums will save us!
THE NOBODY  Wrote: (01-14-2019 10:11 PM)
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-14-2019 10:09 PM)
It's the measured, logical reverse of the old British Israelite theory. They were indeed under a covenant, but it was not to flee from sin, it was to run into it! And now very subtly the trap is sprung, and the false face gets the false gold, while the existence of a real one is still debated. Don't have the map to its location handy. Perhaps one must not look now at where the previous empire had been headed, but at what it is fleeing from.

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an innate jack ass with eight year ears?

https://www.gematrix.org/?word=an+innate...+year+ears

Rofl

Well, i thought it was hilarious read your walloftext lom and have saxons words intuitivly come to shine. Why polish a plow without using it when the daily at of using it would give and maintain shine to the plow?Yoked totheheartanddrivenbymind.

https://www.gematrix.org/?word=7777

https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/dream_ex...t5203.html


https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6hl3jurcdeufh...AStsa?dl=0


http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-124273-...pid2202632


https://youtu.be/xCVdwofzhng
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Post: #38
RE: The bums will save us!
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-12-2019 09:11 PM)
As machine learning, automatization, AI, and political control from the center quickly and inexorably advance, plus a few unplanned or artificial Earth catastrophes (take your pick), the game of thrones is going to enter a very, very new stage. Considering that human imagination has ever been the advancing frontier of nature, and disregarding for the moment the mechanics of the why and how, for which I favor Arthur C. Clarke's "Childhood's End", here is the first presentation, coined a few decades ago, of the rule of the mind that is to come. It will be the rule of the freethinkers.. text translated by one of the machines that is kicking people upwards from work. I changed not a word.

[Image: andalucia-espana-patio-vista-trasera-de-...p5whpe.jpg]

http://elcuentodesdemexico.com.mx/el-imp...mo-andaluz

Andalucian Imperialism

By Antonio Castro Leal

(Conference by Miguel Potosí
at the University of Jena)

The city of Giittingen, famous for its sausages and university... Profaxes and other faxes...
Heine, Die Harzreise

Illustrious cloister, comrades :

In our class on the Philosophy of the Relative and Absolute Genetic-Kinetic Peoples, I allowed myself the other day to launch an idea that seemed bold to our respected teacher, Dr. Schultzberger, who, desirous of affirming among us the spirit of responsibility, has forced me to expose before the faculty of this benevolent University and the students of our course the fundamentals of this theory, as he called it with as much benevolence as fierce intention.

The idea I expressed in our class can be summed up in a few words. Here they are: after Saxon imperialism, which will dominate the world until the end of this century, Andalusian imperialism will come without remedy. I don't want to hide the fact that this prophecy caused Dr. Schultzberger great indignation. And that for this reason, more than for any other reason, he has subjected me to the test of looking for a scientific basis. And I come to you now to please him and, above all, to restore his confidence in the general ideas, which - with the income from his university post - is the only thing that sustains him in the world. (Dr. Schultzberger smiles placidly.)

I'll try to be brief.

Let us first consider the work its nature, its evolution and its future.
In its origin the work was the total content of life. The God of Genesis set the example by zealously creating the world in six days. I don't think you can imagine a harder job. Man was created in the image and likeness of God. Reflect: in the image and likeness of the laborious God of Genesis. Man then lived in Eden; but the incident of the confusion of fruits and the coquetry of woman with the tree of science caused him to be thrown out of paradise. He's being punished. What's his punishment? The job. He was condemned, as the Bible says (Genesis: III, 19 and 22) to eat bread with the sweat of his brow and to till the earth. Work, then, is conceived as a punishment. On the other hand, certain ancient myths, such as those of Sisyphus and Danaides, have the same meaning.

Humanity is then faced with a seemingly insoluble dilemma. Man, in the image and likeness of the laborious God of Genesis, receives work as a divine attribute. But on being thrown out of paradise, work is imposed on man as punishment. Is work bad? If it is evil, why did God work tirelessly all biblical week? Can God perform acts that are not perfection itself? And if the work is a sign of divine perfection, why is it imposed on man as punishment?

Busking by playing an 18 note harmonica daily is work for me az i am disabled. Truth is,we are in said age because of the web.

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Post: #39
RE: The bums will save us!
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (01-15-2019 12:39 AM)
hmm , ok. so the individual will be front and center not to be disposed toward systems of power and their exploits. but im wondering how you would see this being exercised in a socially cohesive manner .....the first thing i thought of was the leveling and democratic media of web connected social networks and their extensions. that this will replace many of the traditional pillars of institutional power allowing for greater accountability and communication of wants , needs at rapid more efficient rates....?

curious you prefer durer in lieu of da vinci , do you have a specific reason why ?

and why do you see mosaic culture as the enemy ? is it the religious angle , will this new empire be a strictly humanist one , or will it perhaps some pagan elements ?

I like Durer because he was lettered and completed many works, unlike that technological posturing gremlin people seem to admire, though of course I will admit works of genius where they appear, and the man's notebooks rank high up there. For future society, I don't see electronics factoring into the equation at all, though we are sure to use them, but the levels of interaction I am concerned with would hardly be improved by more instant messaging, and I actually think they are hampered. The traditional pillars won't fall down in a day, from what I've seen of them, but it's becoming more and more the age when the general institutional lack of clarity gives motivation and purpose for a completely new angle, to be judged by the inner rules of pure spiritual achievement. Where did I put that image.. ah yes, also from Spain, now the North.

[Image: espana-los-caballos-bailan-con-jpg_976x0.jpg]

The fitting of a hitherto unchecked and amorphous population into a fixed form, starting as it had done in an act of violence, could only be accomplished by acts of violence and nothing else—that the oldest "State" appeared consequently as a ghastly tyranny, a grinding ruthless piece of machinery, which went on working, till this raw material of a semi-animal populace was not only thoroughly kneaded and elastic, but also moulded. I used the word "State": my meaning is self-evident, namely, a herd of blonde beasts of prey, a race of conquerors and masters, which with all its warlike organisation and all its organising power pounces with its terrible claws on a population, in numbers possibly tremendously superior, but as yet formless, as yet nomad. Such is the origin of the "State." That fantastic theory that makes it begin with a contract is, I think, disposed of. He who can command, he who is a master by "nature," he who comes on the scene forceful in deed and gesture—what has he to do with contracts? Such beings defy calculation, they come like fate, without cause, reason, notice, excuse, they are there like the lightning is there, too terrible, too sudden, too convincing, too "different," to be personally even hated. Their work is an instinctive creating and impressing of forms, they are the most involuntary, unconscious artists. -Nietzche, "Genealogy of Morals"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/52319/523...2319-h.htm

Considering the rise of the Chinese state, through pure ritual and productive labor,more pleasant transformations could also well suffice.

[Image: 97.jpg]

And why try? Because I must.. Or as a man once said about a mountain, "Because it's there".

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
https://terebess.hu/english/tao/wu.html
[Image: Figura-081.jpg]
Son Calenda/Fudo Myoo
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Post: #40
RE: The bums will save us!
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-15-2019 05:17 AM)
prosthetic brain  Wrote: (01-15-2019 12:39 AM)
hmm , ok. so the individual will be front and center not to be disposed toward systems of power and their exploits. but im wondering how you would see this being exercised in a socially cohesive manner .....the first thing i thought of was the leveling and democratic media of web connected social networks and their extensions. that this will replace many of the traditional pillars of institutional power allowing for greater accountability and communication of wants , needs at rapid more efficient rates....?

curious you prefer durer in lieu of da vinci , do you have a specific reason why ?

and why do you see mosaic culture as the enemy ? is it the religious angle , will this new empire be a strictly humanist one , or will it perhaps some pagan elements ?

I like Durer because he was lettered and completed many works, unlike that technological posturing gremlin people seem to admire, though of course I will admit works of genius where they appear, and the man's notebooks rank high up there. For future society, I don't see electronics factoring into the equation at all, though we are sure to use them, but the levels of interaction I am concerned with would hardly be improved by more instant messaging, and I actually think they are hampered. The traditional pillars won't fall down in a day, from what I've seen of them, but it's becoming more and more the age when the general institutional lack of clarity gives motivation and purpose for a completely new angle, to be judged by the inner rules of pure spiritual achievement. Where did I put that image.. ah yes, also from Spain, now the North.

[Image: espana-los-caballos-bailan-con-jpg_976x0.jpg]

The fitting of a hitherto unchecked and amorphous population into a fixed form, starting as it had done in an act of violence, could only be accomplished by acts of violence and nothing else—that the oldest "State" appeared consequently as a ghastly tyranny, a grinding ruthless piece of machinery, which went on working, till this raw material of a semi-animal populace was not only thoroughly kneaded and elastic, but also moulded. I used the word "State": my meaning is self-evident, namely, a herd of blonde beasts of prey, a race of conquerors and masters, which with all its warlike organisation and all its organising power pounces with its terrible claws on a population, in numbers possibly tremendously superior, but as yet formless, as yet nomad. Such is the origin of the "State." That fantastic theory that makes it begin with a contract is, I think, disposed of. He who can command, he who is a master by "nature," he who comes on the scene forceful in deed and gesture—what has he to do with contracts? Such beings defy calculation, they come like fate, without cause, reason, notice, excuse, they are there like the lightning is there, too terrible, too sudden, too convincing, too "different," to be personally even hated. Their work is an instinctive creating and impressing of forms, they are the most involuntary, unconscious artists. -Nietzche, "Genealogy of Morals"

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/52319/523...2319-h.htm

Considering the rise of the Chinese state, through pure ritual and productive labor,more pleasant transformations could also well suffice.

[Image: 97.jpg]

And why try? Because I must.. Or as a man once said about a mountain, "Because it's there".

lol , you do know that durer trained under da vinci ? he likely learned much of what he knew from him. i like durer but da vincis works seem to be more sublime and accomplished , some of durers pieces remind me a lot of goya. but im not really experts in either , but from what ive read durer did contribute a lot to the formal study of perspective.

im just trying to pin down what type of cultural set this empire would follow. i get the feeling youre leaning toward an agrarian type low tech 'primitive' society , organized perhaps around the tribal model ....

heh , its been a while since ive read nietzsche....im not sure what your point is , but i get the impression youre promoting this as a way of replacing the tired worn out cultural set we are now under .....if thats the case doesnt that undermine your assertion that the most important quality is to have every man their own free agent not disposed toward impersonal machines of power ?.....

i think allowing people to choose through their own free will and preference is almost always preferable to change under subjection and duress.

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Post: #41
RE: The bums will save us!
Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-12-2019 09:11 PM)
As machine learning, automatization, AI, and political control from the center quickly and inexorably advance, plus a few unplanned or artificial Earth catastrophes (take your pick), the game of thrones is going to enter a very, very new stage. Considering that human imagination has ever been the advancing frontier of nature, and disregarding for the moment the mechanics of the why and how, for which I favor Arthur C. Clarke's "Childhood's End", here is the first presentation, coined a few decades ago, of the rule of the mind that is to come. It will be the rule of the freethinkers.. text translated by one of the machines that is kicking people upwards from work. I changed not a word.

[Image: andalucia-espana-patio-vista-trasera-de-...p5whpe.jpg]

http://elcuentodesdemexico.com.mx/el-imp...mo-andaluz

Andalucian Imperialism

By Antonio Castro Leal

(Conference by Miguel Potosí
at the University of Jena)

The city of Giittingen, famous for its sausages and university... Profaxes and other faxes...
Heine, Die Harzreise

Illustrious cloister, comrades :

In our class on the Philosophy of the Relative and Absolute Genetic-Kinetic Peoples, I allowed myself the other day to launch an idea that seemed bold to our respected teacher, Dr. Schultzberger, who, desirous of affirming among us the spirit of responsibility, has forced me to expose before the faculty of this benevolent University and the students of our course the fundamentals of this theory, as he called it with as much benevolence as fierce intention.

The idea I expressed in our class can be summed up in a few words. Here they are: after Saxon imperialism, which will dominate the world until the end of this century, Andalusian imperialism will come without remedy. I don't want to hide the fact that this prophecy caused Dr. Schultzberger great indignation. And that for this reason, more than for any other reason, he has subjected me to the test of looking for a scientific basis. And I come to you now to please him and, above all, to restore his confidence in the general ideas, which - with the income from his university post - is the only thing that sustains him in the world. (Dr. Schultzberger smiles placidly.)

I'll try to be brief.

Let us first consider the work its nature, its evolution and its future.
In its origin the work was the total content of life. The God of Genesis set the example by zealously creating the world in six days. I don't think you can imagine a harder job. Man was created in the image and likeness of God. Reflect: in the image and likeness of the laborious God of Genesis. Man then lived in Eden; but the incident of the confusion of fruits and the coquetry of woman with the tree of science caused him to be thrown out of paradise. He's being punished. What's his punishment? The job. He was condemned, as the Bible says (Genesis: III, 19 and 22) to eat bread with the sweat of his brow and to till the earth. Work, then, is conceived as a punishment. On the other hand, certain ancient myths, such as those of Sisyphus and Danaides, have the same meaning.

Humanity is then faced with a seemingly insoluble dilemma. Man, in the image and likeness of the laborious God of Genesis, receives work as a divine attribute. But on being thrown out of paradise, work is imposed on man as punishment. Is work bad? If it is evil, why did God work tirelessly all biblical week? Can God perform acts that are not perfection itself? And if the work is a sign of divine perfection, why is it imposed on man as punishment?

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Post: #42
RE: The bums will save us!
Well, look at it this way! I am some dude, writing from a house in the night, and you have only my word for it.. you may be in a similar situation, or be a prosthetic brain indeed connected to the Internet through a post-silicon network of machines and telepathic wiring, if CCLSHC is to be believe. And even then, with all the computing power and the image libraries (kudos on the Escher) and the databases of the world at the users' command, what is intimately missing? An artistic program! I remember when D has changed the background, and how the mood of the place has changed.. or how the generation of mental universes can take many, many different paths according to the way you approach them, and what words you use, or even more intimately the pattern of said words. I am trying to create the future from whole cloth. I lack the means to coerce anyone, even convincing is an uphill battle because all are free to seek their own subjects. Going back to the subject of this thread, which 9n has brought back in sight, it is the revelation of the Spirit that I'm after.

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In the dark night before time, or little after, the Hindu epics describe a world of absolute thinkers, people who set out into the mountains to imagine the world into existence. Magical powers were commonplace, discipline to get higher up the ladder, a fanatical hobby, and the goods took generously to whoever seemed worthy of assistance. Evil and good were not the subject, even in some accounts, the devas and the asuras had only a few gleams of horn in difference. This is the field of imagination. I am trying to create, in a limited way, a different, eager artistic vision, seeking a boon that way because I have always been thus inquisitive. Don't think, personally, that the baby greedheads and the meatheads are very, very sure of where they're going.. look at their choices in food and living space, they're simply machining their way through the universe. Really think there's room for something better, something else. And traveling the Sea of Milk hither and thither, with a glad and mysterious company, I do think there is a chance for some immortal nectar.

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Cheerio.

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (01-15-2019 06:14 AM)
Well, look at it this way! I am some dude, writing from a house in the night, and you have only my word for it.. you may be in a similar situation, or be a prosthetic brain indeed connected to the Internet through a post-silicon network of machines and telepathic wiring, if CCLSHC is to be believe. And even then, with all the computing power and the image libraries (kudos on the Escher) and the databases of the world at the users' command, what is intimately missing? An artistic program! I remember when D has changed the background, and how the mood of the place has changed.. or how the generation of mental universes can take many, many different paths according to the way you approach them, and what words you use, or even more intimately the pattern of said words. I am trying to create the future from whole cloth. I lack the means to coerce anyone, even convincing is an uphill battle because all are free to seek their own subjects. Going back to the subject of this thread, which 9n has brought back in sight, it is the revelation of the Spirit that I'm after.

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In the dark night before time, or little after, the Hindu epics describe a world of absolute thinkers, people who set out into the mountains to imagine the world into existence. Magical powers were commonplace, discipline to get higher up the ladder, a fanatical hobby, and the goods took generously to whoever seemed worthy of assistance. Evil and good were not the subject, even in some accounts, the devas and the asuras had only a few gleams of horn in difference. This is the field of imagination. I am trying to create, in a limited way, a different, eager artistic vision, seeking a boon that way because I have always been thus inquisitive. Don't think, personally, that the baby greedheads and the meatheads are very, very sure of where they're going.. look at their choices in food and living space, they're simply machining their way through the universe. Really think there's room for something better, something else. And traveling the Sea of Milk hither and thither, with a glad and mysterious company, I do think there is a chance for some immortal nectar.

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Cheerio.

ah , i see . i apologize if im nitpicking you to death here , but im genuinely curious about your ideas about this whole thing . i see you want to seek the root that the mystical revelation imparts to the inspired and inspiring . thing about this is there needs to be a pure intent and purpose , and moreso almost not seeing anything other than the absolute truth as it can be apprehended by human beings. its only in its diluted and compromised state that it gradually trickles down into what is known as culture later to concretize and expanded into civilization .......so to become a creator one must forget and dispose of everything that is and has been created ...or something like that .chuckle

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RE: The bums will save us!
engineering  Wrote: (01-15-2019 06:33 AM)
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