Sunday, 27 November 2011

Evolutionary Man

Organic replication, ultra-violet boiled in the Archean Sea,
Lighting-charged life nurtured in a sulphur shake
Of hydrogen, ammonia and methane;
Typhus pathogen engulfed in slime,
Energy for life exchanged for symbiotic shelter;
A cell born in primordial ooze,
To replicate life’s twisted staircase.


..................Snake seduced,
..................Swarming simian,
..................Synaptically supreme;
..................Segregated socially,
..................Slaving, spending, slaying;
..................Satisfaction seeking,
..................Spawning, sucking, spewing;
..................Science subjugated,
..................Senses starved,
..................Surviving somehow.



..............................Cerebrally entangled in a quantum universe,
..............................Holographic living, genetically engineered;
..............................Puppeteering force and matter with energetic strings,
..............................Travelling on the trampoline of space and time;
..............................Seven planes of existence infinitely replicated;
..............................Identity, a fiction held sublime
..............................As Son of God.


Bryan Douglas Cook 19 November 2011

Context for Evolutionary Man
A TREE Seed workshop given by Phil Hall taught us the basics of triptychs in the poetic form with “rules” such as changing rhythm and rhyme, symmetry (for example in sevens) juxtaposed with asymmetry, alternating styles, keeping it short, giving no explanations, having no serialization, and trying to create a concrete image on a page. He challenged us with “homework“ to write one. This was my attempt.

Read at Tree Reading Series 22 November 2011
http://www.treereadingseries.ca/videos/open-mics/bryan-cook-22-nov-11

Mitochondria
Natural Pain Relief Guide: “Mitochondria Give You Energy to Burn – Literally
Article by Carter, Albert E. : Energy to Burn: Tapping into the Powerhouses of the Cells with Rebound Exercise
http://www.natural-pain-relief-guide.com/mitochondria.html
Mitochondria are archaic bacteria of the Typhus Rickettsia family living symbiotically in the cytoplasm (fluid) inside our cells around the nucleus. In return for shelter, they carry signals coded genetically in the DNA of the nucleus on RNA for cellular metabolism and other functions in the body, and they produce all the adenosine triphosphate (ATP) used by the body. ATP is the only fuel the body can use. Our food is digested into glucose and the mitochondria convert this to ATP.

Human Cerebrum
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerebrum
The cerebrum comprises what most people think of as the "brain." It lies in front or on top of the brainstem and in humans is the largest and most well-developed of the five major divisions of the brain. The cerebrum is the newest structure in the phylogenetic sense, with mammals having the largest and most well-developed among all species. In larger mammals, the cerebral cortex is folded into many gyri and sulci, which has allowed the cortex to expand in surface area without taking up much greater volume. In humans, the cerebrum surrounds older parts of the brain. The neural networks of the cerebrum facilitate complex behaviors such as social interactions, thought, judgment, learning, working memory, and in humans, speech and language.
The “Space-Time” Trampoline”
From:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spacetime
This is a two-dimensional analogy of space-time distortion. Matter changes the geometry of space-time, this (curved) geometry being interpreted as gravity. White lines do not represent the curvature of space but instead represent the coordinate system imposed on the curved space-time, which would be rectilinear in a flat space-time.

A reference for the Seven Planes of Existence of various religions and esoteric and metaphysical teachings is found in:

Esoteric Science .org
Integrating Science and Spirituality
THE SCIENCE OF SPIRITUALITY
Integrating Science, Psychology, Philosophy, Spirituality & Religion
Bladon, Lee
ISBN-10: 1847998933
ISBN-13: 9781847998934
http://www.esotericscience.org/index.htm
http://www.esotericscience.org/article10a.htm

Alternative Names for the Seven Planes or Worlds
The following table lists some of other names that the seven planes of the solar system are known by. These subtle worlds are not "places" that exist somewhere else; they are all around us, all the time.
The emotional plane (2) is often incorrectly called the "astral plane". The term "astral" was first used in the 19th century to describe the fact that three times as many stars are visible with "higher sight". But night does not exist in the emotional world because emotional-plane light can pass through the Earth unhindered, so no stars are visible. It is etheric sight that allows three times as many stars to be seen, so the "astral" plane actually refers to the etheric plane.
The divine plane (6) is often incorrectly called the monadic plane, because Theosophists mistakenly believe the third triad to be the monad.
Various Names for the Seven Planes

1 comment:

  1. if you want to add space you can go into the edit html on blogger and add a series of non-breaking spaces: more info: http://www.sightspecific.com/~mosh/WWW_FAQ/nbsp.html

    thanks for the explanations of triptychs.

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