Was the Tower of Babel Moment a global (megalithic) occurrence, and could its residual effect be causing our genetic sequence to mechanically “defect” at roughly seventy to one hundred years of age? Arguably, our genetic structure is and/or should be ever-becoming. Therefore, one is led to contemplate our untimely demise in relation to the pitiful state of our greatest structures. One could argue that the dilapidated pyramid grid is producing a blanket of unrefined energy that is wreaking havoc over our many crystalline systems. Continue reading “Light in the Defect”
resonance in paradise
Word War III
Let. There. Be. Light.
Let (God). There (Differentiation). Be (Surface). Light (Matter).
Let (Nothing). There (Nothing). Be (Nothing). Light (Something).
Light chose, at will, to become something rather than simply remain as one (good) part of the differentiating nothing, as even God, his Differentiation, and the Surface that these two parts now occupy, can only be defined as indefinable no-things.
Therefore, one could argue that Lucifer– the Light Bearer– was the topological outburst of Light, the one part of the nothing that chose to unnaturally become something else, and/ or further yet, being plausibly identified as the origin-source of Evil itself. As Evil, at its most repugnant base, is the dreadful act of going against the natural divergence of the ever-becoming good.
His Word: Life itself.
His Wisdom: Light unto the darkness of man.
God, his Word, and his Wisdom: the actions of one individual.
God, his Word, and his Wisdom rationally sum to physical and unique personhood.
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are three opposing individuals that are inconceivably held together only in the abstract.
How did the very Word of Reason and Harmony become an abstract force of self-opposition?
There is nothing that does not contain the quintessential basis for all divergence.
Energies of God: Conscious (self-awareness), Will (freedom), Intellect (light), Goodness (peace), Truth (ratio and proportion), Wisdom (compassion), Virtue (nature), Eternal (ever-becoming life), Beauty (love).
Rational intellect embodies reasonable proportion. This symmetry stems from the cosmological foundation that is held within ontological Man, being one that is fundamentally weighted towards the good, and one that stems to the utmost All.
Is it possible that CERN is strategically located on an ancient palace of memory? CERN is supposedly built on top of a Roman ceremonial site that is dedicated to the Greek god Apollyon, and seeing how appropriately constructed temples, churches, theaters, and the like, are (arguably) mind-altering memory transducers, one can’t help but see the micro/macro possibilities. One could posit that CERN is, in fact, a temple (of sorts)– a resonating structure that is attempting to harness the sympathy of the cosmos– even equipped with its own patron Saint: Shiva, the god of creation and destruction. Continue reading “Memory Crystal”
We have been led to believe that light, from its original creation, is innately good. And yet, could one argue that light is, in fact, the origin source of “evil” (particularly if one is drawing from the contexts of Lucifer– “the Light Bearer”– and the Biblical phrase, let there be light)? Could ties exist between the phrase let there be light, the Monad, its first differentiation, the surface region of their occupation, and what seems like the next logical occurrence from this formulation: the physical combustion of light? There certainly seems to be a connection between the Biblical phrase let there be light and the cosmological differentiations of the Metaphor, specifically: let signifying God and His self-awareness, there signifying differentiation, be signifying the occupational surface of the two, and light signifying the result: a physical differentiating life-form. Additionally, this is likely the moment of Lucifer’s creation– that being of light and harmonics. With this in mind, can evil be better viewed as an intentional topological outburst that occurred in light upon its creation?
If man is the fulcrum of the cosmos, then it seems only natural that the harmony of existence depends on the harmony of man. Therefore, in man (the only viable source of blame for the disharmonious state of society), it would appear inherent that he would draw from within himself a savior for mankind– the one who would undoubtedly bring peace and reason. Generally, it seems that many– either consciously or subconsciously, and in some capacity– can resonate with this notion that only we can save ourselves from this mess. Furthermore, there is no doubt that this “complex” has been routinely exploited in mediums such as comic books and film (Hollywood). And yet, what if mankind’s seemingly inborn tendency to ascribe responsibility to oneself (if it is, in fact, inherent) has been deliberately depicted as somewhat of a spiritual caricature in order to invariably alter the perception (and thus, potential) of what could truly be defined as an active facet of man’s natural scientific ability? Continue reading ““Savior” vs. Science”
Elohim ≠ YHWH
Theos ≠ Kyrios
“We also study the human mind and consciousness in the context of death, to understand whether consciousness becomes annihilated or whether it continues after you’ve died for some period of time— and how that relates to what’s happening inside the brain in real time.” – Dr. Sam Parnia, Director of Critical Care and Resuscitation Research at New York University Langone Medical Center
One is led to speculate over the almost strangely forgotten mind of the now deceased. Where is it that the mind finds itself after an encounter with Death? Does the mind reassume its position within the medium of the “higher mind”– what one could speculatively define as the precedent waveform of diverging potential? Could technical reason view the transducing substance of the mind as simply just that, a device; therefore, upon death, experiencing nothing more than that of a computer’s crashing hard drive? Does one’s essence (i.e. innate awareness, intelligence, will, emotion, memory) become void upon Death?
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Did Adam and Eve experience true free will, as their consequence– Death– was not (as it is generally understood in the West) fully known? Or, is it possible that Adam and Eve were young children when they were beguiled by the Nachash, simply unaware– as most children are– of the many dangers that exist in life?
If the severity of Death was fully understood by Adam and Eve, could their reasoning stem from the Nachash’s manifestation not merely as a physical snake, but in the same almost non-physical likeness as the voice of God– that which “walked” in the cool of the day? Could this possibility lend weight to the convincing means by which the Nachash’s persuasive control locally materializes?
One cannot help but notice the similarities between the intelligent wave form and the subtle movements of the snake– could this intelligence have presented itself as a “divine wind“, visibly snaking through the local atmosphere?
Could it be that the Israelites were psychologically coerced into a statistical form of free will upon their rapid departure and initiation into the precedent rites of YHWH during the Exodus?
Can a people have unadulterated free will if they’ve been promised justice and superficial paradise for regimented obedience, while at the same time threatened with total destruction for offense against an unfamiliar Law?
Why is it that the moral natures of YHWH and Jesus are in such radical opposition– withstanding even the most aggressive (Apologetic) rationalization?
The emotional surge that occurs when one interacts with true creativity (i.e., Music, Art, and Poetry– that which is founded and crafted in tradition) is necessary for the furtherance of self-mastery. These innate, non-linear aspects of our Spiritual Nature require specific excitation. Therefore, upon exposure to true creativity, our emotional response “purifies” the substance of the higher mind, enhancing its ability to receive and transmit within the medium. Antithetically, as the observer is exposed to works of non-tradition, an emotional response– either consciously and/ or subconsciously– will transduce itself into a state of disharmony. This reaction stems from the artist’s fundamental departure from the ontological passions that operate within man. Further, true creativity does not mean originality for originality’s sake; true creativity develops from a cultivated craft that is founded in a cosmological tradition. Unfortunately, this interactive process of mind-manipulation is two-sided. On one side: constituting a process of natural enlightenment and healing, while on the other: instituting societal Babel under the glorified guise of self-subjected originality.
“What the mitochondrial gene tree did was to introduce an objective time-depth measurement into the equation for the first time. It showed quite clearly that the common mitochondrial ancestor of all modern humans lived only about 150,000 years ago.” — Bryan Sykes, The seven daughters of Eve: The Science that Reveals Our Genetic Ancestry