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Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2018 12:33 am
by C_D
Yet, as we continue towards the binary outcome that we face - (eventually, even taking into account sooner or later) - it becomes a little easier to understand why they call us this.

The allure of dominion is strong.
But, why is the allure of dominion so strong?

A mindset that does not fear the unthinkable.
That has thought it and not only survived, but thrived.

Why share the unthinkable? Once thought, now cast in stone.

It's a by-product of taking the reins - the ability to despise, pity and numb at the same time.

They do the best they can - the only thing they know how to - in the circumstance.

But perhaps it's time to face the music. To follow where it leads us, right to the end of the line.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Nov 22, 2018 12:47 am
by C_D
the soulless ghoul , that creeping presence
a penetrating malaise whose glide
seeps keenly, seeking our kin and kith
to infect, despoil and chide.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 6:54 am
by C_D
The dichotemy of duality

It's a wonder - a true wonder of the world - nay, the only wonder.

A gift from a God that is as merciless as it is benevolent. And I mean merciless. Any breadcrumb of comfort from this God is an eternal blessing. That their priests understood it and kept it to themselves is... understandable. Full of implications that could be woven into machinations which steer the wanton mind from delving too far, promoting the here and now - a here and now that is always just gone and just out of reach.

It is everywhere. In front of our face, through our eyes and in our minds. Yet we have not seen it. This, too, is a blessing.

The truth brings madness of a terrible kind. To know, but be unable to say.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 7:16 am
by C_D
The race is on

A lifeboat in a sea of hostility


Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Sat Dec 01, 2018 9:58 am
by C_D
It builds slowly, waiting for time to catch up - before bursting into reality, that seemingly took no time at all.


Events that have already occurred, from the perspective of mind, happened fast
Events that have yet to occur, from the perspective of mind, are happening slowly

The Event Horizon is a two-way street. It can looked forward to - and back at.
Looking forward to is a constantly shifting line, whilst looking back at is a fixed and immutable line.
Of course it is such.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 6:13 pm
by C_D
pockets of matter created by and held together by the same force that seperates that matter from it's countering, opposing balance

all interconnected by the same force that creates itself by the motion of this reality

each part a larger and smaller part of itself, as a whole

we can no longer call it Universe, we must call it Reality

we must understand - with great haste - how to overcome this incalculable fate

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 6:35 am
by C_D
It ebbs and flows, but over time it is always headed in one direction. Next.

The Imperial stargazers sit in their high, earth-bound cubicles, full of ideas of shock and awe at distance removed. Their faerystories begin to dry and crumble as the common usurpers laugh at their constructed realities. It is safe there - for the Imperial stargazers - but fast becoming a flood which will not be contained. They pray for deliverance by alien gods that do not hear their worshipful mourning. Something wicked this way comes and from it will be borne a singular turning. Two realities will exist simultaneously, one fiction and one fact - and the factual will be spurned in preference for comfort. A very uneasy comfort.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Sun Dec 09, 2018 9:49 pm
by C_D
Simplicity is at the root of all complexity.

Looking for this reality's End-State requires looking back to Start-State.

Start State ------> Now State -------> End-State
>---------------> The Big Picture >--------------->

Start-State to Now-State is commonly understood to be history, culture and science.

Start-State to Now-State is startling different to that which we have been taught.

In many ways, it is understandable why we are taught differently - and that we accept what we are taught. The relatively few that know the truth about our reality justify (to themselves) the veil drawn over it in several ways; it can be used to their advantage, there is literally nothing to lose by them doing so, it keeps the lesser mortals required to fulfil their dominance focussed and ultimately, it is a burden of knowledge that they feel justifies their efforts, albeit somewhat self-orientated.

Where to start?

Evolution is rapid. Very rapid. Our scientists talk in terms of hundreds of thousands, millions and billions of years. This gives us the comfort of longevity. Of stablity. However, we live in a reality that is both stable and unstable. In terms of our reality, a few hundred years of stabilty can be followed by a few moments of instability that can change everything.

We live in an electrical reality.

From the centre of the Galaxy - the mysterious engine - electrical currents connect through the void to our Sun and power it, in turn, the currents from our Sun enter and exit the Earth at it's poles. The fields generated by these interactions protect and nurture our planet during periods of stability - and during periods of instabilty do not.

Wheels within wheels within wheels.

Electrical flow powers us, every living thing. It holds together every inanimate object and it powers our most clever machines. It runs through our bodies and creates our minds. It affects our weather, our geology and our elements.

As above, so below.

The Big Bang is false. Modern cosmology is false. Woven from a flimsy fabric that we wear because we prefer not to look into the abyss.

I have begun to serial dream. Each new dream, a next instalment. Continuity of continuance. A new experience.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:00 pm
by C_D
And so, the end of the beginning beckons
the realisation of reality folds
in upon and through itself
seen from the corner of the eye
just a fleeting look away
shall we look to see what's there?

an internal terror
made of blood and bone
gaping holes of wounded trespass
bemoan days gone by with love and care
lost to the chasm of despair

All for one and all for one
the mantra is clear
driven by howling winds of truth
we can but dare.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:30 pm
by C_D
Time grows shorter.

Why the big rush towards A.I.?

Could it be that we abso-fucking-lutely must have a mind capable of thinking well beyond human capacity?

To solve an extremely pressing intractible problem, perhaps?

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2018 2:22 am
by Harvey
"Could it be that we abso-fucking-lutely must have a mind capable of thinking well beyond human capacity?"

We already have one, and we don't listen to that either. Peaceful holiday to thee and thine my friend.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2018 8:50 pm
by C_D
the lines dissolve,
a window appears
a beam from left to right
a circle of light, left hand side
and a tower close behind
a sky turned upside-down
an I within the iris
a tunnel to the end
a majesty of sound
from end to end
a loud surround
bristling clear
tangenically related
but insincere
to intersect, conjure again
we sit you and I
at the edge of the skein
doubting our whole
wondering the same
the muse is here
silent and calm
teardrops of a waiitng game.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 12:43 am
by C_D
Is it better to know, or to not know?

This may be the fundamental question of human experience.

What if the truth you seek is undefinable, except in terms of it's evasiveness?

When there is less and less work to be done, celebrity will flourish.

And along the way, you see the answer - to a question you didn't know to ask.
Then, imagine the question.
You find a match - and the tinder to a spark, which ignites a fire that will never diminish.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:02 am
by C_D
History is not as it seems.

Longevity promotes stabilty.

Is it more comfortable to believe that the Universe is 14 billion years old, or that it was created 6500 years ago?
Which gives the impression of greater stabilty?

Something happened to our species at around about 1300 AD. We went, very rapidly, from seeing in two dimensions, to seeing in three dimensions.

If you give an adult a pencil, after a while, even the most self-proclaimed artistically untalented human can create a rough facsimile of a three dimensional object - on paper.

Not so for a young child.

We retain this inability to transcibe three dimensions in the early childhood phase of our life.

The children are faithfully reproducing what they see.


Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:19 am
by C_D
Flicker Frequency.


The maximum snapshots we can process, per second, as human beings. 24 individual clips of time, sensory-input processes.

We have as many extra senses as those which we disparagingly call animals. Those other species which share this reality with us - that have just as much right as we do, to exist. Don't get me started about the term 'animal'. It's so full of human superiority complex that I can't bring myself to say the word any more. But I digress.

We have a sense every bit as powerful as a sharks ability to sense fear and a spiders inate knowledge of web building. During moments of acute, life threatening crisis we have the ability to slow the framerate dramatically, to experience time at a much slower rate.

Once we begin to discover them, it will be an avalanche.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:26 am
by C_D
Are we the best there is?

The best to cope with what may come?

The proof is self-evident.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:35 am
by C_D
A bard awoke last night, apex of the peak
a peak of self-import, of wisdom and mirth
cutting across light, the darker deep rolled
made real by comparison, one to another
inclined to reason, to figure out
what shadow lies in the grey, waiting to expose
greater glories await, without a doubt.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:43 am
by C_D
The moving image.


Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2018 12:47 am
by C_D
Another of those inate abilities that human beings possess but are unable to acknowledge - the ability to ignore reality until catastrophy forces a return to that reality.

This particular ability is self-sustaining by increased dosage.

The worse the situation becomes, the greater the abilty to unsee it.

It serves a very useful function - up until the point of no return.

Re: Thought of the Day

Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2018 1:00 am
by C_D
On the surface of a particle
as small as small can be
sat a reality of colourful vibrance
here for all to see
a part of something more
but that so, even less
within that part so immediate
somehow greater than whole.