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Seer777
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Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Fuck man. I couldn't imagine having to do something like that.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I am saddened to hear of your suffering Dion. It seems...it has been a hard 2 months for you.

...

You are loved.

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Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Fuck man. I couldn't imagine having to do something like that.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I am saddened to hear of your suffering Dion. It seems...it has been a hard 2 months for you.

...

You are loved.

YinyangKitteh
 Quoting: Seer777


Cheers.

It is something that will visit each of us and oftentimes will get us to question what is fair and just. But, these are faculties that reside within us which reflect what we are regardless of external circumstances.

Serve as an echo of that which it is you would see returned and everything will balance out.

It's the best we can hope for.
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I've had an extremely interesting life. As long as I make it through without permanent psychological damage, I would say I'm doing alright.

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man
m

What's there to damage? All that ever snaps is ones ability to do redundant tasks.

It is usually the cause of the damage in the first place.

Asymmetrical people putting themselves in symmetric molds are always going to lose the sensitive parts.

As the old saying goes: you can't fix stupid. As it just becomes ..... Stupid
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I would say someone that goes batshit crazy just makes living life more difficult for that person.

Balance comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


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Cheers.

It is something that will visit each of us and oftentimes will get us to question what is fair and just. But, these are faculties that reside within us which reflect what we are regardless of external circumstances.

Serve as an echo of that which it is you would see returned and everything will balance out.

It's the best we can hope for.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I agree and that is what I strive to practice.

I have mentioned the 'filter' several times since the beginning of 2013.


To filter out the noise, to find the melody...

PerfectBalance

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I would say someone that goes batshit crazy just makes living life more difficult for that person.

Balance comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Fuck man. I couldn't imagine having to do something like that.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Its the theme of my life these dqys, but I can' t complain. It tests what you are against what you would project.

I do try to do unto others, As I've said before: You only get what you give and all choices must be carefully weighed.

It doesnt make it any easier but it sets a precedent I would happily abide by if the tables were turned.

That is all I can ask.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


You have had it rough the last couple months. Well, for what it's worth, I do think about you, about your mentor and now this.
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I've had an extremely interesting life. As long as I make it through without permanent psychological damage, I would say I'm doing alright.

chuckle
 Quoting: Septenary Man
m

What's there to damage? All that ever snaps is ones ability to do redundant tasks.

It is usually the cause of the damage in the first place.

Asymmetrical people putting themselves in symmetric molds are always going to lose the sensitive parts.

As the old saying goes: you can't fix stupid. As it just becomes ..... Stupid
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I would say someone that goes batshit crazy just makes living life more difficult for that person.

Balance comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Precognitive dialogue?
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Sept...your new avatar reminds me of Cthulhu.

Which has been a theme of late...
[link to 2.bp.blogspot.com]

Squidwithhat

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Sept...your new avatar reminds me of Cthulhu.

Which has been a theme of late...
[link to 2.bp.blogspot.com]

:Squidwithhat:

hmm
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I've played with that bastard enough.

monster
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Sept...your new avatar reminds me of Cthulhu.

Which has been a theme of late...
[link to 2.bp.blogspot.com]

Squidwithhat

hmm
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I've played with that bastard enough.

monster
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Is that right?

What's it like? As I don't give much notice to said normally.

However, I have seen it repeatedly in the last 2 days or so, and when viewing your avatar with peripheral vision, that is what I keep seeing...
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Sept...your new avatar reminds me of Cthulhu.

Which has been a theme of late...
[link to 2.bp.blogspot.com]

:Squidwithhat:

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


I've played with that bastard enough.

monster
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Is that right?

What's it like? As I don't give much notice to said normally.

However, I have seen it repeatedly in the last 2 days or so, and when viewing your avatar with peripheral vision, that is what I keep seeing...
 Quoting: Seer777


It's not fun. I would consider it 'my' Cthulhu, because I don't know if it is actually an entity, thought forms, etc., but it has been in my 'travels' often enough for a few years.

It is scary as fuck. I used to get 'pulled' down into the dark places when I played in the astral/lucid dream places.

The experiences are varied. It used to try and scare me with the horror of what it looked like, and with the 'fear' that it could project. Problem is, when in the altered states, emotions and feelings are palpable, physical-like, and some things down there are STRONG.

It worked on that, plus the moment of surprise to really offset me when first coming into view of 'it'. As I got better in dealing with it, it would start changing its tactics. One time, I decided to confront it head on, and it shape-shifted to an innocent female, as if trying to get within my own sphere of influence.

Anyway, as you know, I get uncomfortable talking about this kind of stuff. Naked in the mall and all that stuff.
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It's not fun. I would consider it 'my' Cthulhu, because I don't know if it is actually an entity, thought forms, etc., but it has been in my 'travels' often enough for a few years.

It is scary as fuck. I used to get 'pulled' down into the dark places when I played in the astral/lucid dream places.

The experiences are varied. It used to try and scare me with the horror of what it looked like, and with the 'fear' that it could project. Problem is, when in the altered states, emotions and feelings are palpable, physical-like, and some things down there are STRONG.

It worked on that, plus the moment of surprise to really offset me when first coming into view of 'it'. As I got better in dealing with it, it would start changing its tactics. One time, I decided to confront it head on, and it shape-shifted to an innocent female, as if trying to get within my own sphere of influence.

Anyway, as you know, I get uncomfortable talking about this kind of stuff. Naked in the mall and all that stuff.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes. Thank you for sharing.

I found this bit interesting...as I was feeling quite a bit of anxiety or something similar earlier. It seems to have lifted a bit thankfully.

"The imprisoned Cthulhu is apparently the source of constant anxiety for mankind at a subconscious level, and also the subject of worship by a number of religions (located in New Zealand, Greenland, Louisiana, and the Chinese mountains) and other Lovecraftian monsters (called Deep Ones and Mi-Go).

The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
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It's not fun. I would consider it 'my' Cthulhu, because I don't know if it is actually an entity, thought forms, etc., but it has been in my 'travels' often enough for a few years.

It is scary as fuck. I used to get 'pulled' down into the dark places when I played in the astral/lucid dream places.

The experiences are varied. It used to try and scare me with the horror of what it looked like, and with the 'fear' that it could project. Problem is, when in the altered states, emotions and feelings are palpable, physical-like, and some things down there are STRONG.

It worked on that, plus the moment of surprise to really offset me when first coming into view of 'it'. As I got better in dealing with it, it would start changing its tactics. One time, I decided to confront it head on, and it shape-shifted to an innocent female, as if trying to get within my own sphere of influence.

Anyway, as you know, I get uncomfortable talking about this kind of stuff. Naked in the mall and all that stuff.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes. Thank you for sharing.

I found this bit interesting...as I was feeling quite a bit of anxiety or something similar earlier. It seems to have lifted a bit thankfully.

"The imprisoned Cthulhu is apparently the source of constant anxiety for mankind at a subconscious level, and also the subject of worship by a number of religions (located in New Zealand, Greenland, Louisiana, and the Chinese mountains) and other Lovecraftian monsters (called Deep Ones and Mi-Go).

The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Oh hell yeah. If what I experience is 'real', it would definitely bleed through as described above into the material.

I could totally see that.
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It's not fun. I would consider it 'my' Cthulhu, because I don't know if it is actually an entity, thought forms, etc., but it has been in my 'travels' often enough for a few years.

It is scary as fuck. I used to get 'pulled' down into the dark places when I played in the astral/lucid dream places.

The experiences are varied. It used to try and scare me with the horror of what it looked like, and with the 'fear' that it could project. Problem is, when in the altered states, emotions and feelings are palpable, physical-like, and some things down there are STRONG.

It worked on that, plus the moment of surprise to really offset me when first coming into view of 'it'. As I got better in dealing with it, it would start changing its tactics. One time, I decided to confront it head on, and it shape-shifted to an innocent female, as if trying to get within my own sphere of influence.

Anyway, as you know, I get uncomfortable talking about this kind of stuff. Naked in the mall and all that stuff.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes. Thank you for sharing.

I found this bit interesting...as I was feeling quite a bit of anxiety or something similar earlier. It seems to have lifted a bit thankfully.

"The imprisoned Cthulhu is apparently the source of constant anxiety for mankind at a subconscious level, and also the subject of worship by a number of religions (located in New Zealand, Greenland, Louisiana, and the Chinese mountains) and other Lovecraftian monsters (called Deep Ones and Mi-Go).

The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


from your link

According to Derleth's scheme, "Great Cthulhu is one of the Water Beings" and was engaged in an age-old arch-rivalry with a designated Air elemental, Hastur the Unspeakable, described as Cthulhu's "half-brother".[
 Quoting: observation


it looks like a rewrite of gnostic storyline going back to the water gods of sumer and the later water of heaven gods become the air gods of greeks

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Yes.

It also resembles the myth between Behemoth and Leviathan.

Job 40:15-24 describes Behemoth, and then the sea-monster Leviathan, to demonstrate to Job the futility of questioning God, who alone has created these beings and who alone can capture them. Both beasts are chaos monsters destroyed by the deity at the time of creation, although such a conflict is not found in the creation account.

Leviathan is identified figuratively with both the primeval sea and in apocalyptic literature - describing the end-time - as that adversary, the Devil, from before creation who will finally be defeated. In the divine speeches in Job, Behemoth and Leviathan may both be seen as composite and mythical creatures with enormous strength, which humans like Job could not hope to control. But both are reduced to the status of divine pets, with rings through their noses and Leviathan on a leash.[4]


Behold now the behemoth that I have made with you; he eats grass like cattle.
Behold now his strength is in his loins and his power is in the navel of his belly.
His tail sways like a cedar; the sinews of his thighs are knit together.
His limbs are as strong as copper, his bones as a load of iron.
His is the first of God's ways; only his Maker can draw His sword.
For the mountains bear food for him, and all the beasts of the field play there.
Does he lie under the shadows, in the cover of the reeds and the swamp?
Do the shadows cover him as his shadow? Do the willows of the brook surround him?
Behold, he plunders the river, and does not harden; he trusts that he will draw the Jordan into his mouth.
With His eyes He will take him; with snares He will puncture his nostrils.

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The navel returns...lol.
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Ziz being the 'air' it seems.

As leviathan is the king of fishes, so the ziz is appointed to rule over the birds. His name comes from the variety of tastes his flesh has; it tastes like this, zeh, and like that, zeh. The ziz is as monstrous of size as leviathan himself. His ankles rest on the earth, and his head reaches to the very sky.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]



Sounds like Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades as well.

Also, in Revelation in the Bible, there is the 'Beast from the Sea' and the 'Beast from the Earth'.


Birds and fishes...

:)

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if that is true /z\ you can relate this :
Cthulhu has been described as a mix between a giant human, an octopus and a dragon, and is depicted as being hundreds of meters tall, with human-looking arms and legs and a pair of rudimentary wings on its back
 Quoting: observation


to this:



yes
every year it arises and myself having been there a few times it is unimaginable
but our deserts do strange things and affect our senses to
in egypt i got more emotional sensations in the desert than i did touching the pyramids and now i know why
back in 99 i was at the pyramids for about a week in a hotel overlooking them
i never went in them cos they were not the topic of my trip
but i did take a camel trip into the desert to as far as you could just see the tips of the pyramids
in there the local archetype arose and embraced and i became acutely aware how and why the koran became into writing
the scale of the archetype was amazing possessing the whole Sahara for it`s domain
it was then that i noticed it was completely separate from the pyramids and it had only arisen to "see" me because i came from the pyramids into it`s domain
in fact what i had done is touched the great pyramid with my right hand from my camel them rode directly into the desert without getting off camel
magnificent archetype of dark near black texture kilometers across and high , was the sensation and it came in a rush, full glory
but
defiantly would not go near a pyramid, that i noticed and it was not because it is shy
it is wary to the point of fear on that topic
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remembering Boitatá can and will manifest any design/shape it desires

is what that feels like
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It's not fun. I would consider it 'my' Cthulhu, because I don't know if it is actually an entity, thought forms, etc., but it has been in my 'travels' often enough for a few years.

It is scary as fuck. I used to get 'pulled' down into the dark places when I played in the astral/lucid dream places.

The experiences are varied. It used to try and scare me with the horror of what it looked like, and with the 'fear' that it could project. Problem is, when in the altered states, emotions and feelings are palpable, physical-like, and some things down there are STRONG.

It worked on that, plus the moment of surprise to really offset me when first coming into view of 'it'. As I got better in dealing with it, it would start changing its tactics. One time, I decided to confront it head on, and it shape-shifted to an innocent female, as if trying to get within my own sphere of influence.

Anyway, as you know, I get uncomfortable talking about this kind of stuff. Naked in the mall and all that stuff.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes. Thank you for sharing.

I found this bit interesting...as I was feeling quite a bit of anxiety or something similar earlier. It seems to have lifted a bit thankfully.

"The imprisoned Cthulhu is apparently the source of constant anxiety for mankind at a subconscious level, and also the subject of worship by a number of religions (located in New Zealand, Greenland, Louisiana, and the Chinese mountains) and other Lovecraftian monsters (called Deep Ones and Mi-Go).

The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Oh hell yeah. If what I experience is 'real', it would definitely bleed through as described above into the material.

I could totally see that.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


It is the constancy of dread roiling in our subconcious. The beast which in many ways has been formalized into a being we can cast aspersions on rather than own the causal/reactive relationship we have to being within this construct.

We project cyclical comfort and deny awareness of cause.

As we can create, we destroy.

This is what causes fervid ritual in the fixated mind.
May it be an athlete or serial killer.


It is an abyss of the heavy as repetition becomes more difficult and failure more daunting.

For many, once tasted, it is impossible to let go.

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What's there to damage? All that ever snaps is ones ability to do redundant tasks.

It is usually the cause of the damage in the first place.

Asymmetrical people putting themselves in symmetric molds are always going to lose the sensitive parts.

As the old saying goes: you can't fix stupid. As it just becomes ..... Stupid
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I would say someone that goes batshit crazy just makes living life more difficult for that person.

Balance comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Precognitive dialogue?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Nothing is very surprising anymore, but words or deeds do little to people who decide that their completion lies outside of themselves.

As it is impossible to reconcile.

Time teaches us lessons and refusal will just create deeper delusion.

This is why I stated we live within an unvarying perfection, but to find it we must reconcile our internal shape with that which is hung in perfection.

Forced to listen to and feel echoes as much is illusion and anthropomorphic supposition.

Our shape is not our shape.
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I would say someone that goes batshit crazy just makes living life more difficult for that person.

Balance comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Precognitive dialogue?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Nothing is very surprising anymore, but words or deeds do little to people who decide that their completion lies outside of themselves.

As it is impossible to reconcile.

Time teaches us lessons and refusal will just create deeper delusion.

This is why I stated we live within an unvarying perfection, but to find it we must reconcile our internal shape with that which is hung in perfection.


Forced to listen to and feel echoes as much is illusion and anthropomorphic supposition.

Our shape is not our shape.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I live by this as well. Or at least to the best of my ability.
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It is the constancy of dread roiling in our subconcious. The beast which in many ways has been formalized into a being we can cast aspersions on rather than own the causal/reactive relationship we have to being within this construct.

We project cyclical comfort and deny awareness of cause.

As we can create, we destroy.

This is what causes fervid ritual in the fixated mind.
May it be an athlete or serial killer.


It is an abyss of the heavy as repetition becomes more difficult and failure more daunting.

For many, once tasted, it is impossible to let go.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I utilize a very similar phrase quite often.

But I use 'touched' instead of 'tasted'.

Either work.
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Trust me, I literally institutionalized the second closest person to me on this planet last thursday.

I felt the why in their eyes and I've been shaking ever since. I have words aplenty, but some things have no words.

Just more scars and deeper blacker humour.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Precognitive dialogue?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Nothing is very surprising anymore, but words or deeds do little to people who decide that their completion lies outside of themselves.

As it is impossible to reconcile.

Time teaches us lessons and refusal will just create deeper delusion.

This is why I stated we live within an unvarying perfection, but to find it we must reconcile our internal shape with that which is hung in perfection.


Forced to listen to and feel echoes as much is illusion and anthropomorphic supposition.

Our shape is not our shape.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I live by this as well. Or at least to the best of my ability.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Dwelling as we are on Demons. My take is is that it is conciousness which refuses to reconcile. It's only purpose becomes to become, hotter and faster as it cannot flow along.

Thus subsisting on perpetuating self by creating fallibility and error in other. Vanity and closed eyes and ears to the apparent.

I find this very trait in many who call themselves.......
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It is the constancy of dread roiling in our subconcious. The beast which in many ways has been formalized into a being we can cast aspersions on rather than own the causal/reactive relationship we have to being within this construct.

We project cyclical comfort and deny awareness of cause.

As we can create, we destroy.

This is what causes fervid ritual in the fixated mind.
May it be an athlete or serial killer.


It is an abyss of the heavy as repetition becomes more difficult and failure more daunting.

For many, once tasted, it is impossible to let go.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I utilize a very similar phrase quite often.

But I use 'touched' instead of 'tasted'.

Either work.
 Quoting: Seer777


It is a sensual endeavour like an sumptuously displayed feast.

It however is not for the subtlety, but the glut.

All you can eat indeed.
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Precognitive dialogue?
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Nothing is very surprising anymore, but words or deeds do little to people who decide that their completion lies outside of themselves.

As it is impossible to reconcile.

Time teaches us lessons and refusal will just create deeper delusion.

This is why I stated we live within an unvarying perfection, but to find it we must reconcile our internal shape with that which is hung in perfection.


Forced to listen to and feel echoes as much is illusion and anthropomorphic supposition.

Our shape is not our shape.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I live by this as well. Or at least to the best of my ability.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Dwelling as we are on Demons. My take is is that it is conciousness which refuses to reconcile. It's only purpose becomes to become, hotter and faster as it cannot flow along.

Thus subsisting on perpetuating self by creating fallibility and error in other. Vanity and closed eyes and ears to the apparent.

I find this very trait in many who call themselves.......
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes, but it is perpetuated by our environment, by the system, by the monolith, etc. Lowly or stately, it effects both, as your last sentence testifies to.
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Nothing is very surprising anymore, but words or deeds do little to people who decide that their completion lies outside of themselves.

As it is impossible to reconcile.

Time teaches us lessons and refusal will just create deeper delusion.

This is why I stated we live within an unvarying perfection, but to find it we must reconcile our internal shape with that which is hung in perfection.


Forced to listen to and feel echoes as much is illusion and anthropomorphic supposition.

Our shape is not our shape.
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I live by this as well. Or at least to the best of my ability.
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Dwelling as we are on Demons. My take is is that it is conciousness which refuses to reconcile. It's only purpose becomes to become, hotter and faster as it cannot flow along.

Thus subsisting on perpetuating self by creating fallibility and error in other. Vanity and closed eyes and ears to the apparent.

I find this very trait in many who call themselves.......
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes, but it is perpetuated by our environment, by the system, by the monolith, etc. Lowly or stately, it effects both, as your last sentence testifies to.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I know and it is within those which seed division.
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I live by this as well. Or at least to the best of my ability.
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Dwelling as we are on Demons. My take is is that it is conciousness which refuses to reconcile. It's only purpose becomes to become, hotter and faster as it cannot flow along.

Thus subsisting on perpetuating self by creating fallibility and error in other. Vanity and closed eyes and ears to the apparent.

I find this very trait in many who call themselves.......
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes, but it is perpetuated by our environment, by the system, by the monolith, etc. Lowly or stately, it effects both, as your last sentence testifies to.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


I know and it is within those which seed division.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


First, separation from ones own dreams and empathy and then instilling fear of other.
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It is the constancy of dread roiling in our subconcious. The beast which in many ways has been formalized into a being we can cast aspersions on rather than own the causal/reactive relationship we have to being within this construct.

We project cyclical comfort and deny awareness of cause.

As we can create, we destroy.

This is what causes fervid ritual in the fixated mind.
May it be an athlete or serial killer.


It is an abyss of the heavy as repetition becomes more difficult and failure more daunting.

For many, once tasted, it is impossible to let go.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I utilize a very similar phrase quite often.

But I use 'touched' instead of 'tasted'.

Either work.
 Quoting: Seer777


It is a sensual endeavour like an sumptuously displayed feast.

It however is not for the subtlety, but the glut.

All you can eat indeed.
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lol


I think I may go back and count how many times I have seen you refer to either 'eating or consuming' in the last 3 days...

A lot.

hmm
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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It is the constancy of dread roiling in our subconcious. The beast which in many ways has been formalized into a being we can cast aspersions on rather than own the causal/reactive relationship we have to being within this construct.

We project cyclical comfort and deny awareness of cause.

As we can create, we destroy.

This is what causes fervid ritual in the fixated mind.
May it be an athlete or serial killer.


It is an abyss of the heavy as repetition becomes more difficult and failure more daunting.

For many, once tasted, it is impossible to let go.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


I utilize a very similar phrase quite often.

But I use 'touched' instead of 'tasted'.

Either work.
 Quoting: Seer777


It is a sensual endeavour like an sumptuously displayed feast.

It however is not for the subtlety, but the glut.

All you can eat indeed.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


lol


I think I may go back and count how many times I have seen you refer to either 'eating or consuming' in the last 3 days...

A lot.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


It is the nature of the beast and reflective of its creations.

They who cannibalize one another.
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It is the nature of the beast and reflective of its creations.

They who cannibalize one another.
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That reminds me of something another said to me many months ago. I believe it was regarding the Eucharist as essentially being a ritual representing cannibalism.

Being the body and blood of Christ.

However, I believe he also mentioned, that by consuming anything we are still essentially cannibalizing ourselves due to, everything being 'one' I believe...

Or something similar.


As I was discussing my loss of appetite at the time, and my appetite for only apples. He remarked that he had experienced something similar. Afterward having a different relationship with food which led into the above conversation.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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It is the nature of the beast and reflective of its creations.

They who cannibalize one another.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


That reminds me of something another said to me many months ago. I believe it was regarding the Eucharist as essentially being a ritual representing cannibalism.

Being the body and blood of Christ.

However, I believe he also mentioned, that by consuming anything we are still essentially cannibalizing ourselves due to, everything being 'one' I believe...

Or something similar.


As I was discussing my loss of appetite at the time, and my appetite for only apples. He remarked that he had experienced something similar. Afterward having a different relationship with food which led into the above conversation.
 Quoting: Seer777


I guess the only question is whether it is uplifting or densely anchoring.

Does it require us to be predators or prey or forego that cyclicql bane?
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I decided to delete this. It has been seen.

hf

Last Edited by Seer777 on 02/11/2013 07:27 PM
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