Kyroot is Jan’s ‘made-up’ literary fellow-traveler who timelessly roamed the planet observing the humorous ups and downs brought on by the divided nature of men’s minds. (Kyroot being the result of Life’s earliest experimentations in brain-building that led to its latest, ever boastful and complaining production—modern man).
Kyroot is Jan’s “cosmic performer in the Work tradition of spiritual comedians and psychological assassins.” His source is not some ancient lineage, but rather a point-blank understanding of how our minds function (regardless of how men believe they function). Settle back into your cushy cerebrum and enjoy the show.
Oh, before you get too comfy, here’s one of Jan’s early papers that reveals what that fellow Kyroot was up to:
To be concise, Kyroot represents Life in all its uncertainties and complexities. And Kyroot said… could be heard as: “And Life said…”