Terrance Mckenna: Novelty Theroy “These human novel emergent situations are happening much more quickly. So I see the cosmos if you will as a kind of novelty producing engine. A kind of machine which produces complexity in all realms…”
At the end of my most recent Ayauasca journey I had the feeling of holding onto the moment of action in an aerobatic ski jump. I’m grateful for that.
The mutual exclusivity of profit efficiency and human efficiency would seem to be a motivating factor in the schizophrenic polarization of the human experience
Bashar talking about their being other timelines where perhaps particular near misses were actually casualties, and time not being as concrete as we might like to think. Does that point towards a realization of the human experience to be a virtual reality?
The idea ‘fake it till you make it’ is actually entirely valid. Everything in a sense is fake. What I mean by that is that everything that is created is created with a genesis of thought. Before something was created it was just a probability. When I see some thing I would like to identify […]
saw this, thought it was cool. I edited it
A definition should be self-evidenced by just that: evidence. A definition shouldn’t be the evidence