[a brief collection of notes for a philosophical-religious tract based on the notions of eternal return, representationalism, principles of cellular automata, and the relation between immanence and transcendence. the text is intended to emulate the experience of a wikipedia binge rather than a definitive manifesto, lacking much clear ideological direction or formal language] 

By definition, trivialism is inescapable. The non-believer condemns all 

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Upper left eyelid has started twitching for reasons unknown. If I press a finger to it: rattle through the skull – jaw, down the cervical. Never go any deeper. This is entertaining. 

cool things 

this is what we OPPOSE 

‘all propositions are true and all contradictions of the form “p and not p” 

are true’ (trivialism = everything is true) (fix-ed truth; cf. on the problem of—) possible worlds in which there does exist truth—if truth exists a world in which truth is all that exists must exist if that is true then that world in that world is identical to the ‘actual’ world if that is true then this world is true 

debate over the nature of conscious experience: No. (neural processes to 

blame: all objects are hylomorphic)—qualities do not require explanation (all primaries) beyond that exist in relation, representationalist qualification 

what we do believe 

second coming for rapture 6000, year 3000 glove puppets un-concealed: 

vision of a large chain and a peristaltic hole—(a conscious misunderstanding of apostolic accounts: a type) 

we are undivided without a second transcended and awareness described 

as centreless and without appearing spontaneous prolonging ascetic preparation or ethical injunction nondual consciousness unification of individual soul with ultimate actual vacuity or void contradicting with notions of absolute and relative truth 

turn: there is no absolution and no essential (brahman)—we pursue 

awareness of no centre (atman); we have myth we have calendars. [between nondualistic religious and anti-essentialist postmodern thought: that no true self exists beyond the relation to phenomena (that empirical real) is a recognition of the self (experience of construction) within the actual (that cannot be sublated)]

feeding back: 

peaches are important icons for—outcomes of actions taken as inputs for 

further action. cannot extricate from a causal view of the real. the peach tree is/not self-replicating. what if the purpose the cause: an uncreated and benevolent deity of wisdom in hermetic recurrence the form of generational theologians. the peach tree. 

theurgic operation all without creator: the all creates and is itself (both 

transcendent and immanent): the atheistic tract communicated beneath mayburgh henge through colour fibre direction length within the range of a logosyllabic writing system in the shape of circles of freestanding rope knotted according to a base 34 positional system: the all without creator cannot be proven and must therefore be 

relationality in cellular automata: a set of cells defined relative to the 

specified cell and each containing the initial state of nil until advancing to one by way of assigning itself according to a function (unclear): the effect is a gorgeous oscillation. the cause of the raigning of the winds. 

so likewise is included in the little body of Man the whole great World, whose Religion, policy, health, members, nature, language, words and works, are agreeing, sympathizing, and in equal tune and melody with God, Heaven and Earth; and that which is dis-agreeing with them, is error, falsehood and of the Devil, who alone is the first, middle, and last cause of strife, blindness, and darkness in the World: […] Our Philosophy also is not a new Invention, but as Adam after his fall hath received it, and as Moses and Solomon used it: also she ought not much to be doubted of, or contradicted by other opinions, or meanings; but seeing the truth is peaceable, brief, and always like herself in all things, and especially accorded by with Jesus in omni parte and all members. 

it is not our custom to prostitute and make so common the Holy Scriptures; for there are innumerable expounders of the same; some alleging and wresting it to serve for their opinion, some to scandal it, and most wickedly do like it to a nose of wax, which alike should serve the divines, philosophers, physicians, and mathematicians, against all the which we do openly witness and acknowledge, that from the beginning of the world there hath not been given unto men a more worthy, a more excellent, and more admirable and wholesome Book than the 

further sources in a potential third stream 

– the rose cross: a historical and philosophical view (lindgren, 2012) 

– on governors (maxwell, 1867) 

– principia discordia (hill + thornley, 1963) 

– the ray of the microcosm (petrović-njegoš, 1845) …