Jan Cox Talk 0742

Time Is a Synonym for the Intellect

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#742 Dec 21, 1990 – 1:07 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :09. Contact with further dimensions can only come singularly thru the intellect. It is the seat of power, the Rome of the Roman state, from which all growth proceeds (occurring at the outer borders, for the City; at the seat of power only for the Real Revolutionist). An operational definition of the intellect: the ability to conceive of time. Time is a synonym for the intellect. Without a sense of time there would be no perception of progress or dissolution.. If Life were not growing, there would be no need for a sense of tomorrow, or a conception of time whatsoever.

The future is not absolutely unknown, just unpredictable at the 3-d level. Future events exist already in a sense at the 6-d level while the events at 3-d level are as aftershocks of unknown 6-d events. A concept of time is functionally synonymous with tomorrow. If men were to suddenly lose all conception of time, Life would be dying. Man’s concept of time is a kind of proof that tomorrow exists, that Life is healthy and growing. Man is connected to that growth and potential future at the intellect level and nowhere else.

Thus the Real Revolutionist should cherish, use and protect his intellect above all else. Change = tomorrow. The appeal of faddish thought/speech is in its offer of a tiny bit of intellectual expansion to even the least intelligent; it is a concrete sign of health and gives a small glow of pleasure to the user of such fad-speech. the Real Revolutionist should never undervalue the significance of thinking about time and its importance to Life/man; it is an excellent way to feed Revolutionary expansion.

AKS

07/23/90-(1)
…and Kyroot said:
Anything you can AFFORD to buy should be only what you need.

07/23/90-(2)
…and Kyroot said:
There is only one “role model”
for a Revolutionist – all of and each little bit of life.

07/23/90-(3)
…and Kyroot said:
More Snippets From Various Verbal Sparrings:
“You’ve got terrible credit.”
“I’ve got NO credit.”
“That’s even worse.”
“May be, except for the fact that it might be better.”

07/23/90-(4)
…and Kyroot said:
One guy who says he’s been recently listening to what I had to say also says he now “has an opinion,” which goes like this,
“If it sounds harsh
it IS harsh.”

07/23/90-(4.5)
…and Kyroot said:
Those still called by the past
don’t have as far to go as you might think.

07/23/9045)
…and Kyroot said:
One dude in the City said that when he let his mind
“run down the list of possibilities” he ran into trouble.

07/23/90- (6)
and Kyroot said:
If you can’t do it
begin to talk about it,
and thus start grading for the eventual road.

07/23/90-(7)
..and Kyroot said;
Intelligence is
one of your reflections.

_ 07/23/90-(8)
…and Kyroot said:
A timely,
well placed “because”
lets EVERYone off the hook.

07/23/90-(8.5)
and Kyroot said:
On this one, nearly forgotten world,
in their adolescent, if not oblique attempt to
“encourage creativity”
they would,
whenever executing thinkers,
blindfold the firing squad.

07/23/90-(9)
..and Kyroot said:
A gentleman from somewhere else
writes to say that
someone told him that I once said that
“Only sissies cry.”
And he wants to note that he’s not at all sure
I’m being completely fair since he says that,
“Only sissies have anything to cry about.”
….(So – “THERE”…I guess…)

07/23/90-(9.5)
and Kyroot said:
The great Human Drama
is played out in an infinite number of Acts; the view from the Revolutionist seats however, reveals a certain redundancy.

07/23/90410)
…and Kyroot said:
You shouldn’t even let yourself,
(you know what I mean – “your SELF”), don’t even let yourself know the extent of your knowledge.

07/23/90-(10.5)
and Kyroot said:
Although
by the very structure of things,
the Neural Revolution can never be the majority power, you might care to note that
anyone who has ever tried to independently “think”
was at least once a “rebel-in-civilian–clothing.”

07/23/90411)
…and Kyroot said:
Once you understand that in many areas and occasions “talking about things”
is a bigger hobby than even sex
then you have one less major annoyance.

07/23/90-(11.5)
…and Kyroot said:
Contraire the street-level truism,
man does not continually “reinvent himself,”
what he does is endlessly
reinvent that which Life has invented through him.

07/23/90-(12)
…and Kyroot said:
The sure fire sign
of the truly rich is that they can pay someone else to make mistakes for them.
(And it goes without saying that
the same should be true for the extremely courteous.)

07/23/90-(12.5)
and Kyroot said:
While passing the City landfill
one of the more recent local “thinkers”
approached me with this bit of wit,
(he wiped his hands clean and said)
“To be young is to be credulous;
to be mature is to possess credulity fully wrinkled.”

07/23/90-(13)
…and Kyroot said:
One kid scared the parboiled hell out of his ole man
on one weekend morning when he announced, “I have made a momentous decision.”
(And of course it goes without saying.)

07/23/90-(l3.5)
… and Kyroot said:
Their mother’s voice drifted throughout the house, “All right, all you children who want to laugh and have that kind of good time,
you’re gonna have to come out of the basement, and do your playing upstairs.”

07/23/90-(14)
…and Kyroot said:
And then there was this guy
who was no particular kind of guy at all – No, ole Kyroot’s just funnin’ you.
There was this guy who would
get ready for stuff so far in advance
that he’d ultimately forget what it was he’d prepared for
in the first place…
(He told me privately
that he found all this
gave him thirty-four laughs to the gallon.)

107/23/90-(14.5)
… and Kyroot said:
When you’re ugly
you can afford to be patient.

07/23/90-(15)
…and Kyroot said:
Amidst the dizzying expansion of modern life, we find one man who now has trouble
telling the difference between
being-out-of-town, and
being out of mayo.
(No surprise visits here.)

07/23/90-(15.5)
…and Kyroot said:
Into the attorney’s office came a man
with a cheap portfolio and nose
who wanted to know if he could “sue his parents”
on the basis that he wanted to be a famous author,
and one of the salient stumbling blocks
on the path to this success, he said,
was that as a child “they did not mistreat him properly.”

07/23/90-(16)
…and Kyroot said:
Over near the river district
is a guy who once told me that,
“THE one positive benefit of being able to speak is in being able to say you were misquoted.”

07/23/90-(16.5)
…and Kyroot said:
Once the king had fully grasped the
meaning of “hypocrisy” he said,
“There is no need for you to
speak this word disparagingly,
for to rule, it is as necessary as is an army.”

07/23/90-(17)
…and Kyroot said:
Over in the City
one guy asks,
“If education is as all-mighty important
as they keep saying
how come they don’t recommend
random drug tests for college professors?”

07/23/90- (18)
…and Kyroot said:
Everything a Revolutionist discovers is for the first time again.

07/23/90-(18.5)
…and Kyroot said:
One ole sore head said
he was now beginning to believe
he’d be reincarnated,
and upon hearing this
all the dead people said, “Hey – don’t look at ME.”

07/23/90-(19)
…and Kyroot said:
Believe it or don’t, but I met yet another guy, and this one (as guys are wont to do) said that he would explain to strangers
his terrible mistakes and blunders as simply
his support for the continuing power of habit.

07/23/90-(19.5)
…and Kyroot said:
Remember: If City predictors actually knew what they were doing
they wouldn’t predicting.

07/23/90-(20)
…and Kyroot said:
After one City father told his off-spring,
“God wants you to do better,”
the brat replied,
“I will if he will.”
The elder paused, looked off and pondered,—
then snapped back thinking, “I gotta quit listening to kids.”