Prologos: Acausal Electricity (A Story)
A short fiction story prologuing acausal electricity.
Process Logics: L1 – Responsibility
I will be beginning a study into the Process Logics today. They may be adapted or condensed for the purpose of understanding and ordering. A study in the Process Logics, starting with Responsibility: Process Logic L-1 Where a person has the power to choose, he has responsibility. Where he accepts his power to choose, he…
An Introduction to the Druze
The Druze are one of the most mysterious old religions. They are a closed religion and a people that is characterized in recent years by their isolate quiet. Druze is an Abrahamic religion, like Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and the lesser-known Baha’i. Druze call themselves “al-Muwahhidan” meaning “Unitarians”. Unlike the three largest aforementioned Abrahamic faiths, Druze…
Today at work I found my attention waning. My recent absence has been due to travel for an intensive trial. It has been an equal challenge to re-orient myself to daily life. This time, I decided to let my mind wander where it would, and decided I had some questions for David Myatt. So, I…
Contact and Horror
HORROR | Lux Lycaonis IF HORROR IS ALLOWED TO, IT WILL CAUSALLY POSSESS YOU: It will hijack your instincts. You will flinch at a jump scare. You will scream at a haunted house. You will hold tension in your body. Worst and most horrific of all – you will possess it in turn. When you…
Lately, I have been interested in the subject of Parallelism as it pertains to Baruch Spinoza’s philosophy as well as broader understandings of the philosophy. What follows are mostly open-ended notes, hopefully to inspire anybody who comes across this entry to consider the idea or to open dialogue with other interested parties. First, Parallelism presupposes…
(In)comprehensibility: Higgs Boson and Occultism.
Let’s talk about the nature of opposites, dualism, and CERN. First, we must agree on terms. I ask the reader for charity in the likely event of a mistake. Bridging gaps in understanding means simply that we are this much closer to comprehensibility to one another. In addition, to humor me, for I will be…
“Isentropic” comes from Ancient Greek “ῐ̓́σος” or “iso-” meaning “equal” (or “same”) and “entropy.” Entropy (chaos) comes from its Ancient Greek root “τροπή” which could mean either “trope” or a “turning away of the enemy” (“rout”). An isentropic state then refers to “a state of constant entropy.” The Second Law of Thermodynamics states that the…