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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether




the only moving thing is consciousness for our universe because all structure inclusive of us contains said consciousness
but no structure inclusive of us is universal consciousness
thus the 2
you (consciousness)
all that is not you (consciousness)
2 different structures for ever once you have been visualized by it
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remembering which 1 of the 2 we always are tounge
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enjoying the current topic,, indeed,,


especially see7s "no need to move comment"

perfect,,

much love,,
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wonderful day today

well done everyone

luv it
cheer

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enjoying the current topic,, indeed,,


especially see7s "no need to move comment"

perfect,,

much love,,
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hey

same

wonderful people nobody

we are lucky to rockon
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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether


Because I am in a new locality, does it mean that it is unlike anything I have seen before?

Not in the least.

It, like dimension, is a slight modification which over time exponentializes. It still contains a pattern and a synapse.

It is that synapse which is bridged until the velocity(data) becomes unbelieveable.

The prime motivator is that nothing touches and we all want to be 'touched'.

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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether


Because I am in a new locality, does it mean that it is unlike anything I have seen before?

Not in the least.

It, like dimension, is a slight modification which over time exponentializes. It still contains a pattern and a synapse.

It is that synapse which is bridged until the velocity(data) becomes unbelieveable.

The prime motivator is that nothing touches and we all want to be 'touched'.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


i agree
always know what you are, where you are and what can never occur because you know

but
local translation of your knowing infinitely varies is the impression i get
but
i do not know cos here is the only place i have been to experience others translations tounge
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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether


So, let us assume we are looking at 3dimensional co ordinates that splay out evenly from center. Say 46656000 independant co ordinates that square every 2 beats(arbitrary time measure) . How long until we recognize the shape?


The only reason we are confused because we are in it and we have lost the meter(beat) to the tune.

We can always slow data down by creating knowledge of persitent shapes, but broken temporal awareness confuses the beats because of personal bias to a direction(perspective).

Exceedingly simple, but complex due to trouble arriving at standardization (a function of individuation).
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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether


Because I am in a new locality, does it mean that it is unlike anything I have seen before?

Not in the least.

It, like dimension, is a slight modification which over time exponentializes. It still contains a pattern and a synapse.

It is that synapse which is bridged until the velocity(data) becomes unbelieveable.

The prime motivator is that nothing touches and we all want to be 'touched'.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


i agree
always know what you are, where you are and what can never occur because you know

but
local translation of your knowing infinitely varies is the impression i get
but
i do not know cos here is the only place i have been to experience others translations tounge
 Quoting: aether


No worries, we get cold if we skin the snake or the bishop too frequently.
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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether


So, let us assume we are looking at 3dimensional co ordinates that splay out evenly from center. Say 46656000 independant co ordinates that square every 2 beats(arbitrary time measure) . How long until we recognize the shape?


The only reason we are confused because we are in it and we have lost the meter(beat) to the tune.

We can always slow data down by creating knowledge of persitent shapes, but broken temporal awareness confuses the beats because of personal bias to a direction(perspective).

Exceedingly simple, but complex due to trouble arriving at standardization (a function of individuation).
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That right there, in the bold especially. And, since we are out of tune, we have to think it out instead of just receiving it as it is. Thinking it out creates not just the truths, but has the ability to distort the truth as well. So, the process is complexified, and we'll end up having to simplify it by distilling all of it - truths and distortions - and work towards figuring out where the distortions have and will manifest within the information.
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no
infinite = never arriving at the same location twice unless you want to whilst always having a new (unknown) location to go to tounge
 Quoting: aether

No?, lol


Exactly, every beginning at an ending and at intersection simultaeneously. Budding, Fruition and
Isness(realization).

An infinite sphere must always begin and end with a synapse for potentially infinite function. This gap(guf) spawns its functional perfection as its unwavering function.

Beads laced together by unhindered potential.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Wow, what a great thought. It is so obvious, but I suppose the reason we relate it to mono-directional is because we perceive we live within a universe composed of the linearity of time. And, for whatever reason, we immediately attach infinity and eternity as being related in a large part to time.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes, when in fact it is the overlay of self we place upon other and confuse relation for that which is self serving.

Sounds like a monolithic trick, no?
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No?, lol


Exactly, every beginning at an ending and at intersection simultaeneously. Budding, Fruition and
Isness(realization).

An infinite sphere must always begin and end with a synapse for potentially infinite function. This gap(guf) spawns its functional perfection as its unwavering function.

Beads laced together by unhindered potential.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Wow, what a great thought. It is so obvious, but I suppose the reason we relate it to mono-directional is because we perceive we live within a universe composed of the linearity of time. And, for whatever reason, we immediately attach infinity and eternity as being related in a large part to time.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes, when in fact it is the overlay of self we place upon other and confuse relation for that which is self serving.

Sounds like a monolithic trick, no?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


lol, yes, it does. I like when you link to our past discussions when I didn't see it.
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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether


So, let us assume we are looking at 3dimensional co ordinates that splay out evenly from center. Say 46656000 independant co ordinates that square every 2 beats(arbitrary time measure) . How long until we recognize the shape?


The only reason we are confused because we are in it and we have lost the meter(beat) to the tune.

We can always slow data down by creating knowledge of persitent shapes, but broken temporal awareness confuses the beats because of personal bias to a direction(perspective).

Exceedingly simple, but complex due to trouble arriving at standardization (a function of individuation).
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That right there, in the bold especially. And, since we are out of tune, we have to think it out instead of just receiving it as it is. Thinking it out creates not just the truths, but has the ability to distort the truth as well. So, the process is complexified, and we'll end up having to simplify it by distilling all of it - truths and distortions - and work towards figuring out where the distortions were manifested within the information.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


And for thst we must literally: Strike the root.

On that note, Happy German Beer night!
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infinity can only mean always somewhere never seen/been
what else can it mean
 Quoting: aether


So, let us assume we are looking at 3dimensional co ordinates that splay out evenly from center. Say 46656000 independant co ordinates that square every 2 beats(arbitrary time measure) . How long until we recognize the shape?


The only reason we are confused because we are in it and we have lost the meter(beat) to the tune.

We can always slow data down by creating knowledge of persitent shapes, but broken temporal awareness confuses the beats because of personal bias to a direction(perspective).

Exceedingly simple, but complex due to trouble arriving at standardization (a function of individuation).
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That right there, in the bold especially. And, since we are out of tune, we have to think it out instead of just receiving it as it is. Thinking it out creates not just the truths, but has the ability to distort the truth as well. So, the process is complexified, and we'll end up having to simplify it by distilling all of it - truths and distortions - and work towards figuring out where the distortions were manifested within the information.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


And for thst we must literally: Strike the root.

On that note, Happy German Beer night!
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Cheers!

cheers
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Why is it always assumed that infinity is a monodirectional function? It is not constrained by any law, but shows us it's perfect action in the patterns it creates ineffect.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Wow, what a great thought. It is so obvious, but I suppose the reason we relate it to mono-directional is because we perceive we live within a universe composed of the linearity of time. And, for whatever reason, we immediately attach infinity and eternity as being related in a large part to time.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes, when in fact it is the overlay of self we place upon other and confuse relation for that which is self serving.

Sounds like a monolithic trick, no?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


lol, yes, it does. I like when you link to our past discussions when I didn't see it.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I did say that we had woven all the appropriate constructs and would henceforth watch them echo.


It's gotta a backbeat you can't lose it.
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enjoying the current topic,, indeed,,


especially see7s "no need to move comment"

perfect,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 32446950


:)

Thanks

I liked it when it came to me. It was certainly inspired by that which came before it...or around it.

Which ever...

lol.

tounge


The forum seems to be whipped into a frenzy currently...

blink
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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enjoying the current topic,, indeed,,


especially see7s "no need to move comment"

perfect,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 32446950


:)

Thanks

I liked it when it came to me. It was certainly inspired by that which came before it...or around it.

Which ever...

lol.

tounge


The forum seems to be whipped into a frenzy currently...

blink
 Quoting: Seer777


Sorry about that. I must be bleeding through into GLP collective.

:smartass:
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Sorry about that. I must be bleeding through into GLP collective.


smartass
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Pff, nobody can do that.


tounge

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- ? Nus.

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_Alive, therefore life itself.
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Sorry about that. I must be bleeding through into GLP collective.


:smartass:
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Pff, nobody can do that.


tounge
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Oh yeah.
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The forum seems to be whipped into a frenzy currently...

blink
 Quoting: Seer777


Sorry about that. I must be bleeding through into GLP collective.

smartass
 Quoting: Septenary Man


lol.

Yesterday was like a storm, today perhaps the remnants of said.

You mentioned it as well. I likened it to eggs cracking. But not in a good way...

CrackedEgg

hmm
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Sorry about that. I must be bleeding through into GLP collective.


smartass
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Pff, nobody can do that.


tounge
 Quoting: 1908247


Oh yeah.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Lol, but no one would be more accurate.
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The forum seems to be whipped into a frenzy currently...

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 Quoting: Seer777


Sorry about that. I must be bleeding through into GLP collective.

smartass
 Quoting: Septenary Man


lol.

Yesterday was like a storm, today perhaps the remnants of said.

You mentioned it as well. I likened it to eggs cracking. But not in a good way...

CrackedEgg

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Yeah, I certainly was in a rage yesterday. But, silence is ever the only cure.

Encapsulating oneself in a form fitting implosive sarcophagi.
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We are the eggs of Orpheus with the oil of Morpheus poured in.

Eternal light makes for nice shadows.
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Nice image

I like the window reflection
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Yeah, I certainly was in a rage yesterday. But, silence is ever the only cure.

Encapsulating oneself in a form fitting implosive sarcophagi.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I retreated into silence as well, as I do. More of a fear response, than anger though.

My perceptions were bent a little too far for my liking and I could only blame myself, for not listening to myself...

lol.
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Yeah, I certainly was in a rage yesterday. But, silence is ever the only cure.

Encapsulating oneself in a form fitting implosive sarcophagi.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I retreated into silence as well, as I do. More of a fear response, than anger though.

My perceptions were bent a little too far for my liking and I could only blame myself, for not listening to myself...

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


Lol, maybe you just told yourself something you refused to bear responsibility for.
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Yeah, I certainly was in a rage yesterday. But, silence is ever the only cure.

Encapsulating oneself in a form fitting implosive sarcophagi.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I retreated into silence as well, as I do. More of a fear response, than anger though.

My perceptions were bent a little too far for my liking and I could only blame myself, for not listening to myself...

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


Lol, maybe you just told yourself something you refused to bear responsibility for.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I told myself that if I 'clicked' that thread I would be sorry I did it.

I did it anyway...

The coil wound down while I read it and sprung back out soon after. Messily.

Hard to distinguish 'what was what' after.

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interesting pattern I noticed

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"It is Wholeness and Balance That I seek"
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interesting pattern I noticed

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Whoa!

Very cool Fringe.

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interesting pattern I noticed

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what is that the track pattern of ?

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