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The True Will of Everybody and Everything

Posted 09-18-2011 at 12:12 PM by Lahunken

Have you noticed that eveything is running down and undifferentiating? That which is building up is being built up by that which is running down. Here's the whole story, technically. Start with absolutely nothing, not even space, the infinitesimal point nothingness (.), like the singularity of a Black Hole. There is always time. Time "rasters" that singularity into timespace (U), which being one, exerts it oneness in one direction (I), which stirs closed circuitry (O), that there be something to move out of the way and fill in behind. This closed circuitry is all going the same way and therefore clashes (vO^XvO^), a Big Bang. The smallest that can exist is Planck's volume, and, it provides the granuality for the resistance that causes this clash (X), the repulsion of like polarities, which forces some circuits to turn around and go confluent (=), so that opposite polarities (^Ov&vO^) undifferentiate with each other.

It is some undifferentiation of the closed circuit, the magnetic flux, held in the arising reticular formation, of our medulla oblongata, that circuit which we call "I", that causes reduction of consciousness. If this phenomena, of some undifferentiation, didn't cause unconsciousness, we would never sleep, or experience unconsciousness. consciousness is reduced by whatever increases neuron wall permeability, exposing our circuit for some undifferentiation. If we were to completely undifferentiate, we would become nonexistent eternally. It is theoretically, and mathematically, possible.

The heart of every pleasure is a moment of almost perfect nonexistence. By ordinary causes of unconsciousness, there is a veil, acquired by selective evolution, that prevents us from remembering the satisfaction of all desires that nonexistence offers. But, the pleasures let a little satisfaction get through to our memory. That is what makes them pleasures. We can see that everything and everybody actually want to undifferentiate into nonexistence for it is the satisfaction of all desires.

Getting technical for proof again, there is a sound called the "lost word" that confers knowledgable moments of nonexistence. If you pay attention to it, you will feel the ultimate pleasure, for a moment. Sometimes, for no good reason, shame discourages this very personal enjoyment, another acquirement from selective evolution. Coincidently it is what is called an onomatopoeic word since one of the things it names makes that sound, in Hebrew, Aleph Yod Nun, pronounced "eyennn" like the German number for one, ein. In Hebrew it is a well, a hollow cylinder, that makes the sound "eyennn", and also the sound "eyennn" vibrates resonant material into a hollow cylinder, such that in the brain its circular end undifferentiates our closed circuit for a moment. It bypasses all veils that would exclude memory of its great plerasure and complete satisfaction. This word, translated "ain", pronounced "eyennn", also means "nonexistence".

Having thought and paid attention to this sound you now know that you, I, everyone, and everything has one will to attain this complete satisfaction permanently. Of course, this knowledge has been suppressed, and kept secret by privileged characters, but, it is possible for this deep secret to get out to everybody. Everyone can know the True Will for sure.
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