Roger Trigg - Imagination vs. Sorcery
Thought immersed itself in itself without the world, without the body. It separated the spirit from the body, the spirit from the world.
And when the human being himself, when thought itself separates the spirit from the body and the spirit from the world, the human being must die and the world and the body must become evil. And what becomes of the spirit? The spirit leaves the body. But God does not take it back. And it becomes his enemy. And where does it go? Back into the world. Why? It is angry with the world, which abandoned it. It is the evil spirit. And the world itself created the evil spirit. ~ Adolph Peter Adler
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Herbert Spencer says that amid the mysteries that become the more mysterious the more they are thought about, there will remain the one absolute certainly, that we are ever in the presence of an infinite and an eternal energy, from which all things proceed. Macvicar foreshadowed the teachings of this new philosophy when he wrote, "All motion in the universe is rhythmical. This is seen in the forward and backward movement of the pendulum, the ebb and the flow of the tides, the succession of day and night, the systolic and and diastolic action of the heart, and in the inspiration and expiration of the lungs.
Our breathing is a double motion of universal æther, an active and a reactive movement. This androgyne principle, with its dual motion, is the breath of God in man." The writings of the ancients teem with these ideas, which have been handed down to us from generation to generation, and are now flashing their light, like torches in the darkness, upon mysteries too long regarded as "lying outside the domains of physical science." ~ Keely and His Discoveries
Martin Heidegger: What is Metaphysics?
The Metaphysics of Induction (intro)
Willis W. Harman - Higher Creativity