Enchanting The Universe

A series of connected essays penned by “Grisly In Klondike” studying and drawing together many disparate elements such as Dualism, Love, Insanity, Greek Mythology, Psychology, Philosophy and Chaos into a comprehensive whole.

  1. Order, Psyche, Insanity And Chaos
  2. Dualism, Holism And The Psychology Of Love In Time And Space
  3. Projecting Will In The Koinos Kosmos

‘Honour and obey the gods but do not love them, for they do not love us.’

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An earthquake from a scientific/geographic perspective is a natural phenomenon caused by shifting tectonic plates. The comic’s artist Neal Adams [Born 1941] has a theory that the Earth is literally growing and gravity is increasing with the size of the planet, hence the ability of large dinosaurs to move about unimpeded by gravitational force, the world in the prehistoric age was smaller. The supposed 'lunatic fringe' have a great many interesting although often completely insane ideas, (not sure who first coined the term 'lunatic fringe' but it has become an establishment consignment for all that is not acceptable to 'reasonable' people).

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In 'Order, Psyche, Insanity and Chaos' (O. P. I. & C.) we were introduced to the complexities of dualism; indeed we in Klondike believe certain aspects of dualism to be paradox, one that surmounts mere semantic and linguistic concerns, a dualist dilemma. If the atheist (read, those that do not believe in the doctrines of theology) is correct, and death is the ultimate annulment of consciousness, then death is the opposite of life i.e. existence/non-existence, however this would imply the atheist is a dualist (in a biblical sense of radical opposites).

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So it seems strange that 'want to order' should be labeled as various mental 'disorders', obsessive compulsive disorder; a fear of the trauma, and an attempt at correction, of the chaos of one childhood perhaps? Alternately the schizophrenic in his natural mental state before medication makes patterns out of data, often making simplistic links between different pieces of information such events and/or systems, He lives on the edge of Friedrich Nietzsche's [1844-1900 AD] abyss.

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