a reply to: Kantzveldt
If Buddhist monks and New Age mystagogues were prettier and could manage a decent scream for help perhaps they'd be worth rescuing, but generally
Okay, Goofball. I'm not sure what to do with you.
Okay so first off...
I'd like to thank you for your fine Western
perspective on my
The beast that torments them...
I can't speak for the mystagogues, but as far as the Buddhist guys go, when you get up next to any of them you find that they are mostly drunk and
getting laid, nothing is eating them.
That has to do with what I was getting at by highlighting Western
perceptions of things like Kundalini, and maybe how ideas that originate in
places that are greatly dislocated geographically from the West can have such a profound driving influence on the epigenetics of the folks living
there (in the West), and upon generating Bull# of the highest order.
These ideas, along with stuff like acupuncture and the ideas that it
is based on, have really only been in Western minds, and in practice in
Western places, since the late 60's and early 70's.
My point there being the the Western spin on this sort of stuff is unique.
Cetus, represents organic life at the most fundamental level, to the extent were differentiation between the animal and vegetal has no relevance, it
probably is the case that the sea serpent will begin to de-evolve the person at the most fundamental levels, transforming their minds into something
resembling pea soup
Yeah, that's right. You have an amazingly and drunkenly acute window in to this stuff via astrology, I think; Right? There is the danger of
dissolution which is represented by Cetus.
But that's also why Cetus is killed by the hundreds every day in the lives of those that are living out the struggle that is represented by the
narrative that you are pointing out.
...to the extent that they deny individuation are channeling the Andromeda complex,
Phththt, you don't know what you're missing.
“You are not special. You're not a beautiful and unique snowflake. You're the same decaying organic matter as everything else. We're all part of the
same compost heap. We're all singing, all dancing crap of the world.”
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