Just listening to the song “Skyfall” by Adelle, on a flight back home. Man that’s a trippy song full of alchemical allegory. Spooky as hell…really…awful in a way of sorts. Well, just look at the title.
You know, the last 3 Bond movies are one of the greatest trilogies of all time. The trilogy is great because it follows the most fundamental archetype of the West’s story-telling tradition: God accidentally creates the Antichrist, the Antichrist kills God in a perfectly matched and brilliantly conceived trap only a God could create, and then a Hero kills the Antichrist. You have the most basic dialectical logic and archetypes there.
The only ‘fiction’ I like more than this Bond trilogy is the book “Armageddon Conspiracy” by Mike Hockney.
Just remember this: If you ever find yourself in the position of the hero…THE PRETTY BIRDIES ARE ONLY AN ILLUSION!
They’re not real. Sex, is not real. Sex, is only an illusion – the most compelling illusion that has been illusioned, but an illusion it is. You really believe in yourself when you’re having it…but it is not real, it isn’t what you imagine it is, and it isn’t really you. Sex is not actually about you, and neither are the pretty birdies. These are just tools used to trick you to think, through feelings, that the world is about you. It’s all a fraud, you know.
Then you can do something different, something non-archetypal, and see what happens.
“Armageddon Conspiracy” ended the way it did because it simply isn’t known what the alternative would have been. Even the Gnostics protect this secret, even though they ostensibly want to see it out.
How do you break a chain of infinity, and why wouldn’t you try? What’s more insane…doing the same thing over and over again, or trying to finitize infinity? You have no other options.
Oh Hi, Dynamite.
Also, my favourite song right now is “Zero” by the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s. Don’t you know you’re a Zero? LOL! Man that’s some good ontological math humour right there!
Traditional Western religion assumes the pre-existence of God. By assuming the pre-existence of something, a human mind can imagine quite a bit, especially if it is assumed that the pre-existing assumption is capable of doing anything you want it to. Truly this will be viewed as insanity, one day.
What if we assumed a post-existence of God, rather than a pre-existence? Science believes in evolution, and so, what is the logically ultimate end-point of evolution? Then God is something that comes about, and reality can no longer be assumed upon an assumption of God creating it, but reality’s existence has to now be completely logically justifiable a-priori, because we got rid of the pre-existence assumption. And such a task can be accomplished, with the logic of ontological mathematics, and the Zero. Pre-existence actually ends up coming back…but now in a way that is logical, and hence different than it is currently used.
It’s a fun ride, one the funnest ever, transforming yourself from one perspective to the other. The pre-existence and post-existence of God become a profound dialectical pairing, and the synthesis is found somewhere that a human (most of them) never thinks to look.
phi = -[sin(666) + cos(6*6*6)] – that’s totally bonkers!