Life, requires learning. It requires experiences to learn from. It requires many experiences to distil knowledge. And a great deal of knowledge to approach wisdom. Wisdom requires knowing that this process cycle exists, knowing that it matters and knowing that it doesn’t matter. Where THEM differs from other occult groups, is in its desire to … Continue reading
There is an exercise that can quickly illustrate the region available for depth of human knowledge and understanding in mathematics. And I have already used it twice writing this. It reveals the symbolic blunt trauma that is the human instrument for capacity of knowledge and highlights both the dominance and the fragility of thought. Everything … Continue reading
During footage of the Iraqi Wars it was common to see amid the bombed out buildings and occasional live rocket fire, media alarm and fearful voices speaking about random gunfire and how ‘dangerous it is here right now’ – women, going about their daily shopping in the background. The human survival instinct is impossibly strong … Continue reading
Ignis Gehenna interview – Bardo Methodology
A problem with numbers and their treatment by general modernity – is that the rational mind does not react to extrapolation as might those minds in epidemiological fields that scream warnings (that naturally fall on deaf ears) – but reacts to the immediacy of low figures and percentages by which it rationalizes there to be … Continue reading
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