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His voice echoed over the valley on Dr John Dunn.

Thus he spake to The They

Eros addresses the masses

You think spontaneity is the definition of freedom, freedom to do what you like when you like. But what is spontaneity?

If you live your life in the apparently ready-made world of thoughts reflected back to you as though they were pre-existing, when in truth they originated as the Logos, but were cast aside as fallen angels, then you can never be spontaneous and free.

You can only be reactive to the things around you.

Why? Because you are living in the world of the second hand, the presupposed; a world of idols. You are in thrall to idol worship and its priesthood.

But everything is spontaneous, everything is always first hand, if it originates unimpeded from the Logos, from Love.

The Logos, Love, is the Originatory Principle of everything, it is the Becoming.

My thinking is transcendent. My thinking is the Becoming.

When I am thinking, what is thinking if is not to be distinguished from the Logos? It is the Logos.

In the Becoming is the Logos.

The Becoming is the process of my thinking.

The Becoming is reality, the multiplicity of all held in me.

© John Dunn.

From the archive: Evola and Jünger: convergence of thought

About encounter About encounter
...a gentle breeze ripples the veil of Sais.
John Dunn

Just a thought: I would not say that in trying to become divine we search within ourselves for the Nietzschean superman. We have already emphasised the need to be more human, not super-human, or Übermensch (beyond-man). We become more divine by becoming more conscious, more human. John Dunn (Child of Encounter)

The Oxford to Cambridge Arc 6 The Oxford to Cambridge Arc 6
Further additions to the project, starting with Herman Moll's alternative to the Buckingham and Bedford route.
John Dunn


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