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Printed and published in 1993 by
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© 1991 R.W.Richardson.
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Revelation of the Eternal Gnosis
In the Paradise Event.
Love is resonance within a system
which is devoid of harmonics;
and in which all movement and understanding
is of one frequency and accord
with the fundamental foundation
of all movement and being.
Wisdom, is knowing it.
An exposition of the inner depths of Being
(Sub Title—The Eternal Gnosis.)
When contemplating on the nature of the truth of reality
one must keep in mind four
Foundations of Premise.
(1) The Existential.
(2) The Extant Phenomenal.
(3) The Integrative.
(4) The Mystical.
1… An observer cannot know objectivity independent of observation.
Thus, from the reference point of the Existential,
reality is as real as experience makes it.
2… There has to exist extant phenomena for a subject to observe;
otherwise it would not be an observer;
and irrespective of the absolute nature of the observed.
3… A subject is not independent of creation and is
therefore a part of it.
In the act of observing a subject is
an integrative part of what it is observing
i.e. creation observing creation.
4… If one would come to ascertain the objective
then it is a prerequisite to know
the limitations of the observer:
for only in knowing what we are
can we then know as to what is objective.
Likewise, if we would come to know our self
then so too must it be known
as to what is not our self.
The world is an Image Emanation
of the Eternal uncreated essence of perfection.
Know thy Self:
for the story of creation
and the story of your self
are one and the same story.
Before the mountains high and wide,
before the seas did flow;
before the stars gave forth their light,
even then…. I said….
The incarnate temporal mind has not come
into this universe of time and place simply
to observe it:
But to fulfil it.
A great Miracle, O Asklepios, is Man.
I do this in order that you, obtaining and acquaintance with these things, may, in your turn, explain them to all those with whom you are connected, in order to avoid the abyss of such madness and nausea now extant, and rising, from the distortion of the truth of reality and our self.
Life is not about mere opinions and beliefs, it is about what is so. It not only behoves us, but is indeed our very nature, to become aware of what is so. In so doing one must act from within the reference point of where one is now placed in the understanding of truth; and negating not that which we now are; and judging not as to where another is likewise located in their growth and integration into the eternal cosmic process of Being.
The darkness and ignorance of unknowing is a reality within the nature of the way, and is thus both natural and excusable in human beings. To move from ignorance into understanding is also the nature of the way of reality. But the will to remain in ignorance is neither excusable nor permissible in the nature of the way.
That which I now offer,
has been learned through many years.
I have learned of it through laughter,
and learned of it through tears.
Much is done in ignorance,
and much is done in pain,
but if I had to walk that road,
then I would do it all again.
And if you and I do not thus sing
of what sets the heart aglow
then it could well take the children
so long to come to know.
One thing, I would ask readers
if I may be so bold,
is to read the lines which follow
in the order which they’re told.