posted on Aug, 20 2020 @ 11:58 AM
So much aural beauty in this thread!
I was ruminating on Bosch, which led to dualism, then David Bohm and Umberto Eco entered my musings, three of my fav's for big brain envy, and
realized I had coalesced a Medieval dualistic worldview. Meaning my basic model has our world in the liminal ("in between" for those who don't
venture from the realm that spellcheck recognizes) area between extremes, where permutations of the binary"good and bad" can combine to make
Not to say I subscribe to the Church's oft evil doctrines, or religion in general, but there seeming to be "spirits" of varying polarities, or
programs, and us being suspended between them as some lab (or vacation destination) to gauge favorable mixes might actually be the case.
I just thought it was funny to have de-evolved from a proper 20th century post modernist back to a Medieval dualist! Maybe the tonsure will make a
comeback just in time for late middle age hair loss (gods, I hope not).