on old words


Some prophecies might constitute a simplification of imagination. A God thinks of a certain future, a prophet recalls the idea that has been entertained by God. And the idea becomes a self-fullfilling prophecy in its own right.

In truth, in very truth, the prophet, the authentic one, did not see events coming ahead in time; he saw into the heart, the true Being of the reality, saw into depth, not time. He writes about a memory of things which in fact all living men experienced, but none but he remember; that space-time matrix, when replaced with the new one, was accompanied by an analog change in their memories. They all had just lived through the events he described. The prophecies in the Bible describe the far past, the various prophets’ pasts. Those events will never come; those prophets for some reason, God knows why, remembered how it was before the scenery got whisked away and new scenery whisked in place, and as fast as possible described their visions.
(The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick)

The failures of humanity remind us of [VC dimension](https://stats.stackexchange.com/questions/182685/why-is-vc-dimension-important): it is either too passive, or too corrupt. It is inept in distributed decision making, becoming fast a senseless and cancerous mass.
Cain-spawn. Deus Irae.
The need for the clearinghouse.
The popular apocalypsis mythos might then be an echo of a God considering this.

There is a question of judgement scale: how to separate the wheat from the chaff? And is the wheat which can not self-organize and fight cancers – a chaff?

Could be that at a certain stage of development the all-or-nothing punishment is the only way to keep the obvious chaff at bay. A chemotherapy.

Consider a lucid dream, or else a reality shift that requires an adjucement of the Matrix. Consider the Heavenly Hierarchy involved… There must be a layer that translates the intent, a layer that sets things in motion… And the layer that scrubs the gore away when the dream is dealt with… And the universe of consciousness in between!

Some believe in perfect recall, in a universe that keeps every moment “as is”. Even were it so, is this information indexed, or is it just buried in the archives? Then again, is this information alive, or is it just a static imprint of the facts as they’ve happened? Suppose there is a seed, a small number that allows to reproduce the entire universe in every single moment of it, by playing the time forwards from start – would someone use that seed, replaying the history? And would we know it? What difference would it make, for someone to be aware of that seed and to use it? We wouldn’t know either way, wouldn’t we? The afterlife, as it were, is when a character is reused in a different universe, as Tom Bombadil was reused in Tolkien’s. When Dick mentions of how the prophets might have retained a memory from a different universe, it might be that they themselves have been reused. Prophets as anomalies, snippets copied from another dimension.

The apparent ease with which a God creates a universe – with but a single word – is offset by the hierarchy of angels headed by that word, which could span all the way to a smallest atom.

Zelazny explored the question of relationships with them in Donnerjack.

Sounds like minds are made to follow certain motivations, wether by accident or design.
The motivational energy can be converted from layer to layer and from individual to individual (efficiency of said conversion is an important factor in any hierarchy).
The *power* of the word can be expressed as the capacity to persist in resonating forth an efficient hierarchy of beings.
A tradeoff is in course-correction: a powerful word takes a life of its own, and another word will have to oppose it.

Dragon/devil/Satan might be as much a word of a God as Michael (Revelation 12).
It would be quite a logical and predictable outcome for the new word to have less of the immediate clout. It needs time to develop.

In Revelation 12 we read: “*For the accuser of our brothers has been thrown down — he who accuses them day and night before our God*”. This is super interesting, as it shows a flaw in the Heavenly Hierarchy. It wasn’t perfect, and as most of the bureaucracies today, instead of improving, or at least keeping the channel of discussion open, it has decided to secure itself against the critique. It might very well be a rogue hierarchy, refusing to update its direction. A word of God that got out of hand.

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4 thoughts on “on old words

  1. Anonymous

    p.s. To look at it again from a different focus. The “church”, per The Wizard’s First Rule, assumed the stance of touting sweet lies to the public: it taught the flock that the jaws of Ouroboros are the gates of blissfull immortality. (When a wooden plank meets the fire, the fire persists, and the plank is no more. It is a valid opinion to see the fire as the immortality of the plank, but to disregard the opposite angle is a sin of omission.) This puts the moral issue in perspective, for the sins of saint fathers can be looked at from some different angles. On one hand, when the “church” puts every blame on a God, it engages in a lie. On the other hand, lying is what they do, “opium of the masses”. They would sweeten the pill on the issue of Death, so why not to use the same trick on mishandling and suffering? Anyhow, the judgement we are to pronounce on the “church” is not in whether to blame them for this or for that, but in whether to reuse some of its principles in a new and different design, or else to put safeguards against them.

  2. Anonymous

    p.s. Neville Goddard (Let Us Go Into The Silence) is full of sweet, cancerogenic sugar cane lies. He comes awfully close to admitting that God is a vampire, who is feeding on its own imagination. Cronus. But he spins it from this angle, that having been consumed, we will experience the bliss and identity of being that powerful being (the idea which was hinted upon also in the Dracula 2020 TV series). Neville mentions that the Father is playing the tyrants and orchestrates the corruption, all to better enjoy His meal. Not that Neville is new in this, for the Bible as well compares the man with a good wine. Now, the reason to mention this is that it reminds us of what late Dr. Hannibal Lecter would say: “*Whenever feasible, one should always try to eat the rude*”. Indeed, if we are going to consume our chidren, as Cronos would, then it would not be so heart-breaking or dissonant if they themselves were also at fault. Thus Hell can produce an endless supply of victims so as to fullfill its purpose. Nirvana of early Buddhism, escape from suffering into un-being, becomes justified when the life is turned into such suffering. Death is made painless when life is made meaningless.

    A good, faithful hierarchy, on the other hand, would make the Death once again painful, would rattle the gears and old bones of the Cthulhu-like anti-utopia. Which kind of explains the role of Satan in Milton raging against Eternal Death proclaimed by Los.

  3. Anonymous

    p.s. The Luciferian banking hierarchy is a kind of a Minimum Viable Product. In terms of GANs – an adversarial network. On its own it is of limited use besides to prove that a more faithful, efficient and fittest hierarchy is possible. Like a proof of a theorem, it does not need to be more than a minimalistic abstraction of society. A throw away prototype. Like Xenomorphs improved by David, it favors certain aspects of the design.

  4. Anonymous

    p.s. It’s funny how the so-called “church” shuns a banker despite the Gospel explicit mention of them: “*you should have put my money on deposit with the bankers*” (Matthew 25:27). We can draw a direct line from that criminal discrimination and exclusion to the corruption described in Money Creators by Gertrude Coogan. By isolating the bankers they’ve created the very space for the fatal necrosis.

    Our point, though, is that Matthew 25:27 is directly applicable to the Heavenly Hierarchy in a wider sense. Instead of producing results, a majority of the so-called “believers” would put the blame and responsibility on God. Take the [vision of St. John of Kronstadt](https://vk.com/@vecherniykronshtadt-prorocheskoe-videnie-svyatogo-pravednogo-oioanna-kronshtadts), for example, where literal rivers of Christian blood are directly ascribed to God’s will. It is precisely the situation of the “unfaithful” servant, who tries to pin the blame (mishandling of the human resource) on the master.


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