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… and even more starkly ends in Hell.

March 26, 2017admin 28 Comments »
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  • Cryptogenic Says:

    I take it this is an endorsement.

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    Wagner Reply:

    *monkey picks tick off another monkey’s back and eats it*

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    Posted on March 26th, 2017 at 6:14 pm Reply | Quote
  • smg Says:

    I’m a Michael Fassbender fan, although he makes a lousy bot.

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    Posted on March 26th, 2017 at 7:09 pm Reply | Quote
  • Brett Stevens Says:

    The road to hell is paved with… altruism, individualism, solipsism, egalitarianism, narcissism, “nice” and other human illusions.

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    Posted on March 26th, 2017 at 8:02 pm Reply | Quote
  • Seth Largo Says:

    Mostly OT:

    Complex order from entropy.

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    Seth Largo Reply:

    Note how her statement about human-scale emergence doesn’t jive with the molecular scale discussed earlier.

    That’s emergence! It is emergence! When the group gets big enough all of a sudden, and you have the right mix of people, it’s amazing some of the directions that are coming out that I never would have anticipated before.

    Complex emergence requires disorder. First, start with the right mix of people . . .

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    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    Sounds like an echo of fractals; some form of order rises from chaos, and then fractures again.

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    Seth Largo Reply:

    Right. Whenever I think of fractals, I think of that photo comparison of the visible universe and brain neurons, which look exactly the same. We’re in a fractal!!!

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    Daniel Chieh Reply:

    You might like http://www.socionomics.net/ as well.

    Wagner Reply:

    Right. Seth clutches his fingers ’round the bars of Normie Meme Prison.

    Cryptogenic Reply:

    There are more connections between neurons in your brain than atoms in the known universe (~10^22), which also contains your brain. There are fractals and then there are FRACTALS.

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  • Wagner Says:

    Joke: Land is not in contact with men of power
    Broke: Land is in contact with Bannon
    Woke: Land is in contact with a Secret Chief

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Chiefs

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    Post Alley Crackpot Reply:

    Bloke: Land is stuffing his face at a Little Chef

    🙂

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    Posted on March 26th, 2017 at 9:59 pm Reply | Quote
  • Artxell Knaphni Says:

    There you go, el stupido, Neoreactos, scaring yourselves again, looking in the mirror, retreading old ideas, as if they weren’t obvious cliches. Neoreaction’s ‘Rent-a-Nostagia’ business, Land’s dark lamp of old, Anglo-Saxon productivities; industrious replay of systematised parsimony; the calculus of ‘cold’ rigidities characterising hallucinatory disciplines of perpetual deprivation; all arising as evil emanations, the many ‘Lies of the Land’.
    This is the ‘Hell-path’, it has no destination, it never ends. The demon’s way, it is chosen by those who submit to the manacles of a hopeless necessity, to the petty visions of a mechanics of mire. This is the contrived maze, whose every turn, the ‘racing rats’ are always condemned to check. Over and over, again. One dimensional thought, tracing its bitter ruins, on Land’s two dimensional plane of hate.

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    Cryptogenic Reply:

    This could definitely be an endorsement.

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    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    Feel free to take your position, as is your wont. You’ve just positioned yourselves very nicely, in a multilayered construction. Rest your weary struggle there. lol

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    Posted on March 26th, 2017 at 10:56 pm Reply | Quote
  • John Hannon Says:

    “Keep your mind in hell, and despair not”

    – Staretz Silouan 1866-1938

    Quoted as the preface to “Love’s Work” by Gillian Rose – a scarily intense and erudite Hegelian who associated with admin in his early days at Warwick, and whose terminal years before her death in 1995 “Love’s Work” explicitly chronicles.

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    Artxell Knaphni Reply:

    She wrote on Adorno and ‘Dialectics’, too.

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    Posted on March 26th, 2017 at 11:50 pm Reply | Quote
  • George W. Bush Says:

    Believe it or not, not all aliens look like that. The alien I had a brief affair with, for instance, was beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. Makes Aryan women look like Australian aboriginals.

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    LAURA BUSH Reply:

    I think I’m going to be sick., George do you think I don’t read this blog?

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    LAURA BUSH Reply:

    Posted at 9:11 are you fucking kidding me

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  • Wagner Says:

    Hoi polloi “thinks” synchronicity doesn’t real; enjoy this kebala 1and

    George W. Bush Posted on March 27th, 2017 at 9:11 am

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    Wagner Reply:

    1/720 shot and that’s where it landed.

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    Wagner Reply:

    So does anyone besides me take this as a synchronicity/sign that points toward Trump pulling his own “9/11”? Anyone care to spitball ideas on what it would look like? Definitely has to be a completely different beast from 9/11 because a lot of people think it was an inside job and are largely inoculated against scapegoating bullshit…or are they?

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  • SVErshov Says:

    ‘… and even more starkly ends in Hell.’ then, ‘Keep your mind in hell, and despair not.’ Staretz Silouan 1833-1938

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    Posted on March 28th, 2017 at 11:37 am Reply | Quote
  • G. Eiríksson Says:

    » In the modern world, in addition to science one encounters
    “philosophy,” but only to find in it abstractions and a mere conceptual
    speculation, which is broken down into a discordant multiplicity
    of systems espoused by individual thinkers. This world of philosophy
    may be said to be eminently “unrealistic.” The choice
    seems to be between these two alternatives: either a direct and
    concrete knowledge depending on the senses, or a knowledge that
    is presumed to be able to go beyond this “phenomenic” world of
    appearances, but that is still abstract, cerebral, merely conceptual,
    or hypothetical (scientific philosophies and theories).

    This means that the ideal of “seeing,” namely, of a direct form
    of knowledge verging on the heart of reality, despite having a
    noetic, objective character (an ideal that was still preserved in the
    medieval notion of intuitio intellectualis), has been set aside. It is
    interesting to notice that in the so-called European critical philosophy
    of Kant, intellectual intuition is still thought of as a faculty
    capable of apprehending not just the phenomena but the essences
    as well (the “thing in itself,” the noumenon), and yet this capability
    is assumed to be precluded to man (just as scholastic philosophy
    had taught). That assumption was made in order to clarify, through
    antithesis, what according to Kant was the only knowledge available
    to man: mere sensory knowledge, scientific knowledge, whose
    abstract, nonintuitive character we have so far discussed, and which
    may show with a high degree of precision how forces of nature act,
    but not what they are.

    In esoteric teachings, including the Hindu ones, such a limitation
    is considered to be surmountable. As we shall see, classical
    yoga in its various articulations (yoganga) may be said to offer the
    methods of a systematic overcoming of such a limitation. The bottom
    line is this: there is no such thing as a world of “phenomena,”
    of perceptible forms, and behind it, an impenetrable, true reality:
    the essence. There is only one given reality, which is multidimensional;
    there is also a hierarchy of possible forms of human and
    superhuman experiences, in relation to which these various dimensions
    are progressively disclosed, until one is able to perceive directly
    the essential reality. The type or ideal of knowing, which is
    that of a direct knowledge (sakshastra, aparokshajnana) of a real experience
    and of an immediate evidence (anubhava), is always preserved
    in all these levels. As we previously stated, the common
    person, especially the one living in the end times, in the Kali Yuga,
    can enjoy such a knowledge only when it comes to physical and
    sensory reality. The rishi, the yogi, or the Tantric Siddha can go
    beyond that reality, in the context of what may be called an integral
    and transcendental experimentalism. According to this point of
    view there is no such thing as a relative reality and, beyond it, an
    absolute, impervious reality, but rather a relative, conditioned
    method of perceiving the only reality, and an absolute method. »

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  • PUMPsix Says:

    Goals .

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    Posted on August 4th, 2017 at 8:07 am Reply | Quote
  • Wagner Says:

    I bet schizotypal grandma Land liked the soundtrack of this.

    https://imgur.com/a/Yb8vL

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