Posts Tagged ‘delusion’

The Centaur and the Unicorn

August 15, 2010
Inwards staying the slap of radiance emanating from the downtrodden unicorn, outwards raising the hand of the behorned centaur, fusing Moses on the border of these two unrealities, hammering, shaping, forging the words of the Metatron, a crocodile God to devour our rock in a made-up dimension where the force of creation is the coal sword God-bane of electrochemical metaphors, the unliving thoughts of dead life shaping the living thoughts of the undead minds in a fusion of time beyond godlessness. Where blood runs thick and hardens, the rock trembles and shakes the waters, the atmospheres, the near-empty space, pulsating differences out of our world, a harmony of undefinability originating in a point within, on the border of its non-existence, the shore to the source of the without, a beached whale delusion of creation.

The Apostle’s Creed

July 1, 2010

“We believe in God Father almighty, creator of the heaven and the earth. We also believe in Jesus Christ, his only son, our Lord, who was spawned by the holy Spirit, born by the virgin Mary…stepped down to the realm of the dead, was resurrected again from the dead on the third day, stepped up to heaven, sitting on almighty God Father’s right side. Whence returning to judge living and dead. We also believe in the holy Spirit…the resurrection of the dead and an eternal life.”

(translated from Swedish by me)

How can any sane monkey believe in resurrection, eternal life and this trinity of father, spirit and demigod?

An Arbitrary Theory of Creation

June 15, 2010

All definitions are arbitrary but let’s, for the sake of argument, invent a word and let’s call it brème. The brème is only indirectly related to the knowledge of a person and/or its culture; it is only dependent on the existence of the mind-language and the knowledge of the relationship between physical objects and not the knowledge of the physical objects; i.e. it doesn’t matter if you have a definition of a computer or a fork, as long as you can define their relation to an apple. Brème in this case I define as the knowledge of the metaphysical world and its relation to the material world and by extension knowledge of the physical world as it is viewed by contrast of the metaphysical world. Fortunately, brème is a construct of the physical world since the metaphysical world is a delusion, not an illusion. We can do with brème like all other delusions, keep them and strike them out like Derrida, because while the physical world remains the same and real, our delusion is arbitrary, because of an undefinable principle of the physical world. It is not unknown, we know that it says that 1=2=infinity, but we don’t understand it because our mind-language (langue) can not define it without contradictions and paradoxes. We can call this undefinable principle God, but we can just as well call it flubbydiboo, it means nothing – actually it defines the concept of nothing to be used in the metaphysical world of our minds since it embodies the concept of the unknowable and knowledge=mind, so the opposite of knowledge which the undefinable principle by contrast defines, is the opposite of the mind, usually called God, but more appropriately called reality.

The idea of constant creation says that 1 and all are the same and that the metaphysical universe was created once, everywhere and all the time. The mind is a product of the constant motion of he body. The constant motion of the electromagnetic wave, the universe, forms local maxima perceived as atoms and bodies. Contrary to popular delusion, there is no future, nor past, nor present. The mind is created a few milliseconds after the body experiences what the mind believes it experiences. The mind looks backwards through moments of slightly delayed presents and deduced from them the idea of the past and when defining the past by drawing a line backwards, it can trace the same line the other way, into the future and thus create the future in its mind as well. It is not that the eternal soul is created by a God and is connected to, encased in or fused with a physical body. Instead the body creates the perception of continuity by letting the mind look back and draw the arbitrary line and call that line ego under the delusion cogito ergo sum. For each moment the past perception dies and a new experience of the mind is created. The new experience of the mind has access to memories, which are electrochemical imprint in the brain caused by previous body-experiences (not mind-experiences) and therefore each new day you wake up and call yourself the same person although clearly your mind has a new unique experience every moment of your life, it never becomes a younger mind and it is never an older mind than itself, it is always a new mind.

Time is a delusion of the mind. To understand delusion, imagine you’re walking in a desert, you got no water and you start to hallucinate that there is an oasis. In fact there is only sand, but in your mind there is an oasis, this is an illusion. A delusion on the other hand is when you see an oasis, and you drink the water and it refreshes you and you can continue onwards through the desert, but your definition of what happened, of what you drank and what it did to your body might not be an accurate description of the world. It is a practical definition of the world, a simplified version of the universe that can fit inside your brain which is tiny compared to the universe and needs to use generalizations and deductions to make sense of all the information that surrounds it. Your generalized understanding works well in familiar situations with familiar objects, like drinking water, but the further away from your normal understanding you get, like understanding quarks and black holes, the more inaccurate your understanding becomes. It is flawed already with water, but the flaw is so little that is has little practical impact on you and can therefore be disregarded and you’re misled to think you understand water, because you’ve never yet failed to deal with water, but think about it, do you really understand why H2O has such surface tension? In actuality, nobody knows the nature of water. But we are finite and therefore need to/do believe that we know.

(To be specific, we don’t know that the undefinable is a single principle. That’s the thing about the undefinable. To us unknowers, 1 unknown = an unknown number of unknowns. So it might be a  ‘principle of unknowing’, but it might just as well be ‘a fermented angel in the bark of a goat’s shadow’s reflection that’s gone a bit stale’.)