"Within this deep, yet a lower deep, still threat'ning to devour me
opens wide, to which the hell I suffer seems a heav'n." Milton, Bk
IV, Paradise Lost).
Such are the ways of wisdom and folly with the enlightened ones, who
have eaten of the tree.....
Though tis been said that the Great Work inspires the Will to
greatness.... the attainment of such knowledge, creates a self
fulfilling prophecy of self damnation..... where happiness as such,(
see Liber Aleph) becomes a remnant of the former self..... and all
that one can then aspire towards, is an equilibrium between one's
poles... the lower, dissolluting itself within the higher... tossing
aside the stagnant middle paths.... and the anihilation of because...
these, be the ways of Parzival.
MarcPaul in love, and in law