Could one postulate that in addition to our “fixed” constellations, that each of our immediate Stars were “assigned” a Divine Archetype for the stabilization of Man? One would presume that, in the beginning, this Assignment was purely natural and yet, the quintessential pillars of consciousness are being “measured”. Thus, enforcing the notion and ever-probable need to unify with the deeper foundations that are held within the interconnected Cosmos of Divine Man.
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 a something rather than simply remain as one (good) part of the differentiating nothing. As even God, Differentiation, and the Surface that these two parts now occupy, can only be defined as undefinable no-things. We must inject that this something must not be viewed as either good nor bad, as even it’s outburst, however unnatural, cannot be given outright definition.
However, one could argue, for instance, that Lucifer– the Light Bearer– was the topological outburst of Light, the one part of the nothing that chose to become something else; and/ or further yet, being identified as not only the first tangible thread of existence, but the plausible origin-source of what eventually sprang forth as the Man’s evil Intent. One could argue that to recognize “evil”, one has to recognize a movement that prevents the natural divergence of the ever-becoming good.