Friday, August 19, 2011

There is No Beauty without some Strangeness of Proportion/ Part 18/ Sections 19 and 20

By Brian George

“The lightning directs everything.”—Heraclitus, Fragment 27

“The universe,” said Einstein, “is not only stranger than we imagine; it is stranger than we CAN imagine.”

Too much information—TMI

“I have searched myself.”—Heraclitus, Fragment 8

Thus transported, and bound within the volume of one sphere, bones, nerves, hair, and sinews were then seen as the threads of Time. These, the various projections from the Eight, were the sensors that would regulate the data-flow from the non-local to the local field, and then back to the non-local.

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