Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
> Hi Sandi. That was a jest. I was using that to
> allude that I must be paranoid/mentally ill
> since I was found lacking in the eyes of the
> person that was previously being demeaning
> in hir demeanor.
Hi Alamantra. Interests me you used the word
paranoia; I don't see why he made you feel para-
noid, he was demeaning us all. I don't have a
clue, most what he said, his human robots, fish
eyes clickety-click & all; but his hints of electronic
enlightenment's tweeked my thinking, wish he
hadn't run off so fast. Do you know anything
Alla Ra wrote:
> Could it be that the expansion of coincidence
> significant and reliable indicator of emergence
> at a more intimate level of self-awareness?
Co-incidence interests me, wondering if the
incidence of coincidence IS increasing; several
people I've met lately seemed strangely familiar,
got that eerie feeling we'd met before; and weird
"just by chance" meeting old friends.
I'm noidy about a lot of things; this entire
concept's turned against us, gives ample
reason to lock someone away if they come
too close to really seeing.
Dictionary defines (para): a prefix appearing
in loanwords from Greek, with the meanings
'at or to one side of, beside, side by side'
(parabola; paragraph; parallel; paralysis),
'beyond, past' (paradox; paragogue); extension
from these senses, came to designate objects
or activities auxiliary to or derivative of that
denoted by the base word (paronomasia; parody),
hence abnormal or defective (paranoia), a sense
now common in modern scientific coinages
Nous, means mind or intellect. We accept the
word paranoid to mean insane, as defined, but
is it? I saw a bumper sticker - "Paranoia may
be an enlightened state of mind", the word
paradox is itself a paradox: "a statement or
proposition that seems self-contradictory or
absurd but in reality expresses a possible
Alla Ra Wrote:
> Could it be "The One Tongue" is not a word
> game nor mathematical coincidence at all?
> Could it be we find fancy where, if not, we
> could find truth? Could it be we look to the
> abrogated past, when the answer is in the yet
> to come? Are we moving irrevocably to a means
> of conveyance that past methods were not equal
> to.. one equal to the task?
I rather think past methods were more equal to
the task, long long ago, I'm very suspicious of
language, that it was turned against us.
Working EQ translations caused me to look deep
into the words, applications & meanings; inside,
outside, upside down and backwards.
I think language backwordsed thinking - believe
Liber AL is deliberately confusing, made curious
to inspire alternative reasoning.
I don't know if you have interest in this or not; what
you wrote about your keys, recalling "specific memory",
"the tin foil working", "the demon-stration" made me
very paranoid; a parallel emerged in my mind, familiar
like an old face, an image on a tin-plate, but don't
remember where, or when.
Foil Literature is a character relief foil that contrasts
with another character (usually the protagonist) to
throw the character into sharper relief. A foil can
be used as the main plot in a story as a "metafiction",
a story within a story.
> My interest is mostly in the aesthetics of any given
> transduction system. "How much does it pull one
> into the synchro-web?" This is a question that can
> only be subjectively answered.
Transduction: to lead across or over.
Kids have been led into a synchro-web of magical
practice by Harry Potter, far more intricately ordered
than Crowley's - a foil hat contest's going on now; "no
theory too wild", and elaborate array of information,
instruction in the use of secret alphabets, formulas
codes, spells, discouraging ordinary writing.
Do you have any thoughts on this?
Love is the Law, Love under Will.
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