orlandobloom:when someone ends up being the village shaman it's benefical to have a spirit vector in terms of the village but often ends up being quite lofty for the shaman because the spirits will tend to bring the medium very close to death in order to thin out the psychic censor &c. @aids_enoch
orangutanbro:@aids_enoch I'm beginning to pick up what you're putting down
trying:i'm not going to read most of the text in that @aids_enoch
kalan:hey, yo, @aids_enoch what's up. been a while good to see you.
wakefulness:@aids_enoch There is no difference between the theorist and the terrorist. Even the most cherished desire disappears in their hands. Bring both of yours to every argument, the one-handed king finds no remedy. When you approach God, however, cut both of them off. God has no need of theory and he is armored head to toe in terror.
wakefulness:ÓWe are all far better artists than we know.Ó According to Wilson, Òunderstanding and internalizing (learning to use) all the principles inherent in this statement Òcan decrease dogma, intolerance, compulsive behavior, hostility, etc. and also may increase openness, continuous learning, `growthÕ and empathy.Ó all of which are important qualities of the overman and goals most people in contemporary society at least pay lip service to. [Wilson p. 95] If this is all true however, there remains one major question which is largely beyond the scope of this essay. Why did Nietzsche go mad? Various authorities, depending mainly upon whether or not they were in agreement with NietzscheÕs philosophy, have offered explanations ranging from general paresis to the wrath of god (some even consider the two equivalent). Carl Jung theorized that an answer may lie in Dionysus and in what Dionysus meant to Nietzsche. ÒThere can be no doubt that he knew, in the preliminary stages of his fatal illness, that the dismal fate of Zagreus was waiting for him. Dionysus is the abyss of impassioned dissolution, where all human distinctions are merged in the animal divinity of the primordial psyche -- a blissful and terrible experience. Humanity, hiding behind the walls of itÕs culture, believes is has escaped this experience, until it succeeds in letting loose another orgy of bloodshed.Ó [Jung p. 90] According to Jung, Nietzsche systematically stripped away all the veils between himself and chaos (Dionysus seems to be a personification of chaos). It is well known in Greek myth that very few people encounter Dionysus and escape with sanity intact. Jung claims to have gone through a similar experience after his break with Freud. His work, his family, and his patients kept Jung centered in consensus reality whereas Nietzsche with his sickly constitution was in his solitude Òblown away like a leaf.Ó We will probably never know for sure just what happened to Nietzsche and his end remains a dark shadow in the light of his philosophy. @aids_enoch
trying:and it shows you that these are the genetics that, once noah was bridge, these are the genetics that are taken off out of noah. think about these gentics as, almost like the way aids and stuff would taken off, you know what i mean? disease that would actually spread. diseases as far as like aids and syphilus and stuff like that there. if these people know that certian genetics can be combined in a cominbation, and take off and alter that of the human body, these are the things th atare happening, people. and this is what they're doing. this is what they're implying by this @aids_enoch