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There Is Only One Truth

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posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 10:38 PM
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1. There is only one truth in this world. And that one truth encompasses all of us.

2. That one truth, the core of all reality, may be simultaneously within and without at the same time.

3. As observers, we experience it from within; in events of synchronicity, from without.

4. All Organisms are built by a triadic semiosis: it is the secret of pi; the secret of infinity, or the secret of the "sum is more than the parts".

5. The cell is the beginning of the process; it is a sphere; circles embody metaphorically and physically the quality of the whole.

6. The triad of living processes repeats again and again throughout the evolutionary process. Humans are the deepest semiotic organisms on planet Earth.

7. All processes are semiotic. Semiotic means Meaningful; it begins with the Icon (the likeness of something), becomes indexed (orienting the organism), and symbolized (represented for action). This is perception, affect and action.

8. The organisms physical body is a (3) symbol - a representation - of what it needs to do orient itself i.e. (2) the index - towards the parts of the world it needs to recreate itself - (3) icon (likeness). Things (3), Feelings (2) and Action (1).

9. In a very basic sense, All living processes are feeling dynamics - or waveforms - which incline towards a particular dynamical symmetry.

10. The Human being therefore is in constant unconscious communication at an affective level with other humans.

11. However, all personal understanding depends on language, and so, human culture. A culture provides the language to regulate the feelings we feel.

12. If the culture is asymmetrical, or if the self and the other are not equivalent in their daily experiences of interpersonal respect and recognition of need, than a society will self-organize a false and incoherent representation of what is felt.

13. At Death, it is reasonable to assume that the point from which the pendulum hangs (your observer consciousness) will retrace all the relationships it has had with all the objects it has interacted with.

14. There is no escaping the moral truth of existence. The body forms the ground of perception. Cognition and perception are reflexively tied together through affect. Affect frames perception in terms of past perception; therefore, we pursue the same narrative truths as a means to regulate our affective experience.

15. We are loops. We exist as loops. At the metabolic level the body is a loop. At the affective level self and other are equivalent in their feeling and existential needs, and so, for all intents and purposes, equivalent to one another, and so form a loop between one another. At an existential level, the affects from the first two categories form the background from which our narratives are made. Narratives "make sense" of what is felt; but they are always made with real or once real others. Affective dynamics trigger cognitive responses; this is the 'psychological loop', where we think in certain ways because we are in the habit of believing that this is a real need.

16. Postmodernism is retarded nonsense. The only true philosophical orientation is pragmaticism/pragmatism. Things happen out of necessity; and so, if we do not do as we "should" do, it is because there is not yet enough of an impulse or motive-formation to compel some new attitudinal direction in functioning. New meanings must form, and sometimes ones affective life - social life - must be ripped apart for one to recognize just how dependent one was. If reincarnation is real (which I see as eminently plausible, in terms of an actuated realm and a potential realm which can be actuated again) one will have to be reborn to gain the "new eyes" necessary to see what could not be seen with the relational trauma that blocked perception in the earlier life.

17. The Wisest thought one can have is: I don't feel as I should feel; I don't want to project my own feeling needs on reality, as if reality weren't prior to and more primary than my own existence. This is the ultimate admission of truth, and something every soul - if they exist - will have to bow to sooner or later, given the process "has a mind of its own", and is far more clever than "humans" could possibly understand. Therefore, all sadomasochistic or pessimistic or cynical philosophies have to be understood as an intellectualist farce that is mediated by the affirmation of social interlocutors who are doing the same thing. Correlation in intentionality between humans yields "good feelings". But it is perfectly possible for bull# to be shared between humans, and this is precisely what postmodern and any left hand path philosophy ultimately is.





posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 10:46 PM
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Truth lies within the harmony of a relationship of trust.
Surprised you didn't mention that.



posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 10:48 PM
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Nope. The truth doesn't require 800 words.



posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 10:54 PM
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a reply to: Astrocyte

Godel's Incompleteness Proof is the only one truth.



Gödel's incompleteness theorems is the name given to two theorems, proved by Kurt Gödel in 1931. They are theorems in mathematical logic.

In a formal system, there are axioms. Axioms are intrinsically true, self-evident statements. All axioms are assumed to be true, at any rate for the purpose of the logic. A theorem then comes up with other true statements from the axioms, using certain rules. A sequence of such statements is called a proof of a statement, because it shows that the statement is true, given the axioms.

Ideally, it should be possible to construct all true statements in the formal system in that manner. A system that has this property is called complete; one that does not is called incomplete. Another thing wanted of a theory is that there should be no contradictions. This means that it is not possible to prove that a statement is true and false at the same time. A system that does not include theories that allow this is called consistent.

Gödel said that every non-trivial formal system is either incomplete or inconsistent: [1]

For a given (non-trivial) formal system, there will be statements that are true in that system, but which cannot be proved to be true inside the system.
If a system can be proved to be complete using its own logic, then there will be a theorem in the system that is contradictory.
Most people think this shows that Hilbert's program to find a complete and consistent set of axioms for all of mathematics is impossible. This would give a negative answer to Hilbert's second problem.

A formal system or logical calculus is any well-defined system of abstract thought based on the model of mathematics. A formal system need not be mathematical as such; for example, Spinoza's Ethics imitates the form of Euclid's Elements.


In order to avoid controversy, Godel proclaimed his ideas were very narrow in scope and only applied to formal systems of mathematics. However, if you study these proofs, the nature of their expression, the ideas apply to all formal and informal systems of thoughts in my opinion including religion and science.


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posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 11:24 PM
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The truth is a who, not a what
Yeshua said " I am the way, the TRUTH, and the life.
No one cometh unto the Father,
But by me!



posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 11:25 PM
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a reply to: Astrocyte

I like your vocabulary.

Are these items derived from the info you gathered from reading books, or are they your own?

I guess it's safe to say a combination of both?

I'm kind of an intuition-type but I don't always know things accurately ahead of time. I do know that truth is found the deeper one self-reflects. It's the mechanics of the way things tie together that I have no problem understanding until it gets down to the molecular level. Seems quite a feat.




posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 11:27 PM
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"All we are, is dust in the wind... dude..."

Ted "Theodore" Logan, and Bill S. Preston Esq.



posted on Nov, 23 2017 @ 11:44 PM
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Speaking of truth....
Here is a Hillary song

I like to get some sleep before I travel,
But if you got a warrant, I guess you want to come in
Grateful Dead



posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 12:01 AM
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Atonement is true .



posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 05:37 AM
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Nope theres 3...

Your truth
My truth
And the one we read about in the history books...



posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 07:23 AM
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originally posted by: visitedbythem
The truth is a who, not a what
Yeshua said " I am the way, the TRUTH, and the life.
No one cometh unto the Father,
But by me!


'I am' is present tense - what IS now, is truth. Past or future does not come into it.
THIS THAT IS - is truth.

This that is happening now is what there is - it is the truth, the way and the life - the ONE life. There is nothing separate to what is happening presently - but there is an assumption that there is separate people doing stuff - the first mistake, the original sin is to believe that there is separation from the ONE.
The present is all seeing and all knowing - it sees the present manifestation. The father and son are one.

Look for the separate me - and when it is found to not be there - the glory of God shall be revealed.
When the two become one the kingdom shall be revealed.


The truth is not a 'who' - there is no entity, there is no one - there is only ever what is happening and it is not made of two things - there is not two - this is one without a second.
This that is - IS.
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posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 07:57 AM
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a reply to: dfnj2015

What Godel showed is a system of thought can never be perfect. There will always be more you don't know that is relevant and true. The idea of incompleteness is very important with regards to dogma. Everyone thinks their own dogma or way of thinking is perfect. But it isn't. Unless you share other people's axioms, things considered to be true without proof, then assertions made in the context of the dogma will seem insane. This is why other people seem crazy and while you feel personally you are the only one that is really sane.

Most people are very uncomfortable with the idea of incompleteness. It's very troubling for some people NOT to "know" what they believe is "absolutely true". When you embrace the idea of incompleteness and living in World without absolute truth you have to rely on intuition, hope, faith, and projection of what is good and right in the World. For many people, having faith is too much. For some people, they take comfort in being "right" and "knowing" exactly what is truth.


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posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 08:18 AM
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originally posted by: Astrocyte
16. Postmodernism is retarded nonsense. The only true philosophical orientation is pragmaticism/pragmatism. Things happen out of necessity; and so, if we do not do as we "should" do, it is because there is not yet enough of an impulse or motive-formation to compel some new attitudinal direction in functioning. New meanings must form, and sometimes ones affective life - social life - must be ripped apart for one to recognize just how dependent one was. If reincarnation is real (which I see as eminently plausible, in terms of an actuated realm and a potential realm which can be actuated again) one will have to be reborn to gain the "new eyes" necessary to see what could not be seen with the relational trauma that blocked perception in the earlier life.


All your ideas are like giant rocks in your head. You seem like a know-it-all type person. You flaunt around pretty ideas like clothing yet you never have any real conversations about ideas. I think either you really don't know what you are talking about or you simply think you are too intelligent to be have your way of thinking changed by someone else. I've read many of your posts. You always seem to think what you post is some higher truth. I think your judgment about what is "retarded nonsense" is no better than anyone else's. I think you bring a lot of ego to your posts like a professional weight-lifter showing off his muscles.

This story makes me think of you with all your rocks in your head:



One day two monks were in a garden arguing subjectivity versus objectivity. The Zen master hearing them arguing approached the two students. The Zen master asked, "that rock over there, does that exist inside your head or outside your head?". One of the monks looked up at the Zen master and replied, "Well, our religious bible tells us that all truth is subjective so that rock over there only exists inside my head." At which point the Zen master replies, "Then it must be pretty heavy all day walking around with that rock in your head!"


You sure have lots of pretty ideas in your head.



posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 08:26 AM
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originally posted by: visitedbythem
The truth is a who, not a what
Yeshua said " I am the way, the TRUTH, and the life.
No one cometh unto the Father,
But by me!

Truly put. Unfortunately, many cant fathom that truth and if they do, they cnt handle it.



posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 08:43 AM
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originally posted by: TonyS

originally posted by: visitedbythem
The truth is a who, not a what
Yeshua said " I am the way, the TRUTH, and the life.
No one cometh unto the Father,
But by me!

Truly put. Unfortunately, many cant fathom that truth and if they do, they cnt handle it.

When the truth is seen it is found that there is no separation - all is done - no one is doing anything because there isn't anyone. So no one (no separate person) will ever know the truth.

God said no man shall see me and live.
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posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 08:07 PM
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a reply to: dfnj2015





. You flaunt around pretty ideas like clothing yet you never have any real conversations about ideas


My ideas encompass your ideas. To put it simply: if you don't subscribe to evolution, or the process of evolution, and do not care to base your claims to knowledge on that process, then you and I are unable to communicate.

My thinking is true simply because I am a coherent mind. Why? Because I do not socialize with other people. I have been cloistered away, learning the art of reality, in daily meditation and daily research.

Such separation is needed if you want to understand. In other words, despite all you believe about yourself, your egotism blinds you to the truth of what is going on.

For instance, I will readily admit to a dynamical truth: I am hurt this thread has received so few stars.


But I can tolerate that. It is because of my objectivity - and my not taking for granted the events of my consciousness - but seeing them as a form of object contiguous with the evolution of minds and bodies - that I speak as I do.

In any case, one cannot disabuse others of their egotism. If reason - and truth - or reason AS TRUTH - is not recognized, you're more or less deeply out of touch with how reality actually operates.

Take care.



posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 08:09 PM
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a reply to: dfnj2015

And BTW, math - as an abstraction not necessarily related to anything real - is certainly not more true than what your senses expose you to.

The self is more real or significant to the human than the body - this is why egotism exists: to be wrong or admit wrongness entails dealing with the dissonance of shame, anxiety and depression. In other words: to destabilizing the vanity of the self. Do you not see how obvious that it?

But we live in an insane asylum society where the technological gadgets people make feedback into making their makers like the things they make.

We humans very much need to fix this if we are to survive.


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posted on Nov, 24 2017 @ 08:16 PM
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a reply to: FlukeSkywalker

Why are you writing on this computer? Why don't you sign off?

Heres how it works: humans try to understand reality; we come to understand it bit by bit; we come to understand that there elements; and we learn about these elements and the properties they possess; with constant tinkering and interacting, a wave of invention sweeps over society as a function of a critical and complex understanding of matter.

You wouldn't be able to do anything were it not the troth of how metals work and how those rules can be exploited to create computers.

Comprende? If understanding the properties of matter isn't based in truth - then I don't know what is.

Oh yes: the human truth of love. But reality is far more complex than that; and love, despite being simple, is not so easy to see in a loveless society like the one we live in: we are very prone, in other words, to idealize how loving and good we are.

So even understanding love - and how it operates within us - is a fairly complex matter.




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