Jan Cox Talk 0596

Eternal Heterodoxy


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#596 ** Jan 15, 1990 ** – 1:05 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :07. Even if the interaction of a trinity of forces for all growth to happen was not true, Tertium Quid would serve the purpose, for a Real Revolutionist, of precluding the capture/fascination by binary opposites. Beyond “either-or” is “either-or…or”, a complex improvement. Beyond this is yet another level, since the new level becomes itself a dichotomy of choice.

Thus the question, are myths true or made up tales…or…becomes a dichotomy of old thinking vs. new thinking for the Real Revolutionist. any choice is self defeating because any choice raises yet others. Beyond this is the transcending of choice altogether. Any claim of exclusivity (which is always required for any either/or choice) is fatally flawed for more complex purposes. The only valid (revolutionary) claim tor paradigmatic exclusivity must include all possibilities, any claim, aim or act that is moving.

If all opposites are absolutely interchangeable, then the direction of energy flow is of no consequence since that flow per se is all that counts; that is the basis of all human forms of conflict, ambiguity, doubt: the forced submission to the more complex reality of spatial existence than that perceived by man. 

The new creation myth would not have started with: “something comes from nothing”…but, also, not “something comes from something”. Rather, an “alternative compromise” would have been used. Something like combining two opposites and then finding an alternative to that combination. Almost like an “eternal heterodoxy”, contrary to every proposed choice. The myth might have started: “In the beginning there was no beginning”; or (alternative compromise) “In the beginning there were two beginnings: the real beginning and the “talked about” (described, mythical) beginning”. Consider the internal creation myth you have about you.


For NP : neuralize what was the beginning of you as a thinking creature ?


…and Kyroot said:
One day one son whined, ‘Why don’t you ever tell me any fairy tales
or bed-time stories?” and the
old man exploded, “What the hell you think I’ve been doing for the last
thirty-five years?!!


…and Kyroot said:
On one planet the creatures became so armored of altering their brain chemistry via botanical means, rather than verbally or socially, that they decided they had a “drug problem,” and to counteract it they attempted to eradicate all psychedelic plants from their world, which proved impossible.
On another planet the beings also fell into what they too called a “drug problem,” and some of their leaders declared that the only possible solution was to make the use of such chemicals legal and acceptable, but this proved to divide the peoples into feverously conflicting camps
pro & con, and nothing was actually ever accomplished.
A third world, hearing of their neighbors’ similar problem and failures to deal with it, conquered their “drug problem” by officially removing the word “problem” from
their vocabulary.

…and Kyroot said:
New Notions To Live By On One Littel Planet: “If you can’t spell a word –
to hell with it! “

…and Kyroot said:
In a more civilized future of the Revolutionist, if your neighbors are too noisy, or the least bit annoying —KILL ‘EM!

…and Kyroot said:
First brother says, “Poetry suggests metaphor,” and the second brother says, “Metaphor suggests potential,” a third one says, “And potential suggests vitality,” and the last brother says, “What this country needs is a good five-cent suggestion box.”

…and Kyroot said:
A man living a life based on ordinary economic concerns cannot be a Revolutionist.

…and Kyroot said:
I have in hand another piece of correspondence. Although it was apparently intended for Santa Claus, it is a most touching appeal wherein the person is asking but for one single item–it says that all he wants is a ‘cruise control’ for his brain.”

…and Kyroot said:
Back when it was so hot, you remember, just over there, well this fellow
just up and said, “Back when I was younger, one thing I really enjoyed was real late at night I’d slip up and ring my brain’s door-bell, then run off real quick and leave
an empty brown bag.”

…and Kyroot said:
That which is in conflict is in collusion,
and those who battle, collaborate.

…and Kyroot said:
Believe-it-or-don’t, but yet another, for-a-limited-time-only, lower
echelon deity want to get-in on the act, and wants me to know quite specifically that what he “likes best about being a god is that everyone NATURALLY expects
the worst of you.”

…and Kyroot said:
Once upon a time there was a tribe who lived in the deepest jungle. Once upon a time there was a people who lived on the highest mountain, and once upon a time there was a bunch of folks who lived in the ocean of clichés.

8/16/89-(12).…and Kyroot said:
Hey, look at this way: If there WAS any chance you’d receive “fair
warning,” there wouldn’t be anything to be warned about.

…and Kyroot said:
Some people were discussing what an “afterlife” might be like, and one
fellow says that he’s absolutely and positively sure that it’ll be
“amazing, spectacular, and fascinating, and another voice asked, “How can you
be so sure?”
And the guy, with a wide wave of his hands, taking in all of their immediate
surroundings, replied, “Well, just look at what we’ve got here in this life already!”

…and Kyroot said:
The lad asked his old man, “In all these stories about fathers and sons,
why does the father always have
the punch line?” and the elder
replied, “That’s because these tales are so old.” But the kid resisted, “But most of them were just written a day or so ago.”
And father replied, “That’s what I said, they’re old– real, real old.”

…and Kyroot said:
Over on this laterally futuristic planet they have a most dynamic slogan (which reads the same forward and backward) which declares and directs,
“Accept no substitute for REAL substitution.”

…and Kyroot said:
In the middle of one bright afternoon the guy announced, “My brain is
like an electrical generator and
words are my power lines,” and
his brother thought, “I could surely
tack on some smart-ass comment
here, but I’ve got a headache.”

…and Kyroot added:
No one here’s an only child…
(you do understand, that everyone IS
their own brother, sister, father, etc?)

…and Kyroot said:
In the matter of lesser systems within greater ones, (such as with 3-D
worlds within 5-D ones) the
defining and operational
boundaries of the lesser ones
consist of “transitory dimensions.”

…and Kyroot said:
There’s very little “lead time” available in the area of new thinking.

8/16/89-(19)…and Kyroot said:
Just most any part is worth the price of admission.
…and Kyroot added:
Who can put the correct value on one piece of a holograph?

…and Kyroot said:
Adjacent to that muddier time zone down the curve, one lad thought, “One thing at least, I’ve learned from the old man is that you’re not necessarily
through with something just
because you hate it.”