"If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you."

Jul 31, 2009



At 4:58 AM , Blogger Zoro said...

Reminds of Annie Lennox going somewhat 'weak in the presence of beauty.' (What more zoroastrian sophistries?!). No.

Are the 'architects', 'integrated forms of devotion'(invisible college) and the 'holy impressions', the 3 posts I have enjoyed delving into, linked up now in me?

Blurtingly, what if these phenomena speak of the greatest powers, love, beauty, freedom and death. I'm beginning to form the opinion that, being things of such beauty, are crop circles an expression of something (an energy) that results from the power of sublime beauty? To even come this close to us, their existences have to overlap in our dimensions just a tad really. Love, beauty, freedom, and death.


At 6:00 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

You're linked up, I'd say, Z.

Your assessment is beautifully eloquent, and beyond my ability to add to, but I wonder about any symbolism or message?

And what about the increasingly complicated woven stalks? Will crop formations soon become baskets?

At 3:23 AM , Blogger Zoro said...

That is it infact Indi - knitting patterns and breakfast cereals! I have seen the glory of the lord. It all makes so much sense now.

Fuck that.

Where in all the dimensions is the actual place where conceptuals get to be transformed into spatial energies able to materialise in our so far known dimensions?

Are there phycisists we know who forsee the 'motive' force of concepts like beauty that is being used by vessels we are simply unable to contemplate until the physics catches up?

What impressions remain are beautiful imprints that are symbols of a beauty that surpasses our ability to comprehend it.


At 11:58 AM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

Wise men throughout the ages had no need for physicists to validate their insights. Neither should we, and neither should we value only rational determinations. Haven't we learned that, at least?

If the profound locks-up the words in your mind, maybe that is a good thing? Maybe therein is the best lesson?

Peoples before churches had the purist relationship with the sacred, seems to me.

At 3:07 PM , Blogger Zoro said...

'The Tao that can be named is not the true Tao.'

At 3:49 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...


At 4:12 PM , Blogger Zoro said...

Nice weekend, feel like I understand how totally unqualifiable but almost perceptible the imponderable things are that many of those with whom we populate this or that or the other 'places' adjacent or intrinsic to 'here'. I attempt not to be interested in how ineffable beauty manages to be a means of transport, I simply believe that it does.


At 6:04 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

That's all that truly matters, I reckon.


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