Monday, 23 April 2012

final acceleration pre revelation

The Solipsist forgets himself, the sceptic can't be sure. The paralogician proves nothing, can make no statement. The paranormal is permitted, only absent. The paraconsistent is not permitted. The physics shall be correct at the levels of self. The time orderings, unless otherwise stated, shall be as perceived during the self delusion, for greater synchrony between writer and reader.

We shall not journey further than death. We shall not go to nothing. We shall not go to minus nothing. Death is quite sufficient, I'm sure you will agree. We shall resurrect later, in good time, as sure as day follows night. In fact, with precisely the same probability, and thus, precisely as factually.

We shall see why this matters. We shall see why indistinguishable from alive, shall not remain so. We shall see the caution required as custodians of the fifth estate, for we are our own jailors.

We shall now see how to unravel persistence of envision. Awake.

Thus spoke Bendithustra

REM:- ffs get on with it. Correct exposition requires no caveats.


  1. A celebration, and if read one after another, a feast...He presents his rigorous argument sentence after poetic sentence. Glorious. Yes and, sybaritic.

  2. Imaginary Friend23 April 2012 at 15:42


  3. Neither Here Nor There24 April 2012 at 07:26

    The paralogician proves everything. One as relational proposition is only proved in opposition. Pick a card, any card. Distinction is predestined but arbitrary.

  4. Lord Lucan's pet goldfish25 April 2012 at 14:29

    Caveat empty.

  5. Non accidental attributes27 April 2012 at 23:29

    Meanwhile, in the arbitrary world of distinctions, the clock ticks. Is it time yet?
    To speak without talking is contra diction.
    Like two generals exchanging communications for the attack, the exchange of symbols may be infinite but shall never be confirmatory.
    Keep checking the dictionary for relational exposition. You'll find no meaning there.
    Mae hi'n siarad trwy ei het. A cocked one.

  6. A Priest well worth listening to...