all is God

Posted by D42 Kandinskij | Sat Sep 7th 2002 1 a.m.

The Human Being
Human nature mirrors the duality found in the world: in part it was made
by the false creator God and in part it consists of the light of the True
God. Humankind contains a perishable physical and psychic component, as
well as a spiritual component which is a fragment of the divine essence.
This latter part is often symbolically referred to as the divine spark.
The recognition of this dual nature of the world and of the human being
has earned the Gnostic tradition the epithet of dualist.

Humans are generally ignorant of the divine spark resident within them.
This ignorance is fostered in human nature by the influence of the false
creator and his Archons, who together are intent upon keeping men and
women ignorant of their true nature and destiny. Anything that causes us
to remain attached to earthly things serves to keep us in enslavement to
these lower cosmic rulers. Death releases the divine spark from its lowly
prison, but if there has not been a substantial work of Gnosis undertaken
by the soul prior to death, it becomes likely that the divine spark will
be hurled back into, and then re-embodied within, the pangs and slavery of
the physical world.

Not all humans are spiritual (pneumatics) and thus ready for Gnosis and
liberation. Some are earthbound and materialistic beings (hyletics), who
recognize only the physical reality. Others live largely in their psyche
(psychics). Such people usually mistake the Demiurge for the True God and
have little or no awareness of the spiritual world beyond matter and mind.

`, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
  • manik vauda marija manik nikola pilipovic | Sat Sep 7th 2002 1 a.m.
    I dalje ga pusi!American one.
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "-IID42 Kandinskij @27+" <death@zaphod.terminal.org>
    To: <list@rhizome.org>
    Sent: Saturday, September 07, 2002 4:54 PM
    Subject: RHIZOME_RAW: all is God

    > The Human Being
    > Human nature mirrors the duality found in the world: in part it was made
    > by the false creator God and in part it consists of the light of the True
    > God. Humankind contains a perishable physical and psychic component, as
    > well as a spiritual component which is a fragment of the divine essence.
    > This latter part is often symbolically referred to as the divine spark.
    > The recognition of this dual nature of the world and of the human being
    > has earned the Gnostic tradition the epithet of dualist.
    >
    > Humans are generally ignorant of the divine spark resident within them.
    > This ignorance is fostered in human nature by the influence of the false
    > creator and his Archons, who together are intent upon keeping men and
    > women ignorant of their true nature and destiny. Anything that causes us
    > to remain attached to earthly things serves to keep us in enslavement to
    > these lower cosmic rulers. Death releases the divine spark from its lowly
    > prison, but if there has not been a substantial work of Gnosis undertaken
    > by the soul prior to death, it becomes likely that the divine spark will
    > be hurled back into, and then re-embodied within, the pangs and slavery of
    > the physical world.
    >
    > Not all humans are spiritual (pneumatics) and thus ready for Gnosis and
    > liberation. Some are earthbound and materialistic beings (hyletics), who
    > recognize only the physical reality. Others live largely in their psyche
    > (psychics). Such people usually mistake the Demiurge for the True God and
    > have little or no awareness of the spiritual world beyond matter and mind.
    >
    > `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
    >
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  • Pall Thayer | Sat Sep 7th 2002 1 a.m.
    Hey D42,

    You know, plagiarism is illegal.

    Your text is by Stephan A. Hoeller (Tau Stephanus, Gnostic Bishop)
    from http://www.gnosis.org/gnintro.htm

    Hinn 7.09.2002 kl. 14:54 ritadhi -IID42 Kandinskij @27+:

    > The Human Being
    > Human nature mirrors the duality found in the world: in part it was made
    > by the false creator God and in part it consists of the light of the
    > True
    > God. Humankind contains a perishable physical and psychic component, as
    > well as a spiritual component which is a fragment of the divine essence.
    > This latter part is often symbolically referred to as the divine spark.
    > The recognition of this dual nature of the world and of the human being
    > has earned the Gnostic tradition the epithet of dualist.
    >
    > Humans are generally ignorant of the divine spark resident within them.
    > This ignorance is fostered in human nature by the influence of the false
    > creator and his Archons, who together are intent upon keeping men and
    > women ignorant of their true nature and destiny. Anything that causes us
    > to remain attached to earthly things serves to keep us in enslavement to
    > these lower cosmic rulers. Death releases the divine spark from its
    > lowly
    > prison, but if there has not been a substantial work of Gnosis
    > undertaken
    > by the soul prior to death, it becomes likely that the divine spark will
    > be hurled back into, and then re-embodied within, the pangs and slavery=

    > of
    > the physical world.
    >
    > Not all humans are spiritual (pneumatics) and thus ready for Gnosis and
    > liberation. Some are earthbound and materialistic beings (hyletics), who
    > recognize only the physical reality. Others live largely in their psyche
    > (psychics). Such people usually mistake the Demiurge for the True God
    > and
    > have little or no awareness of the spiritual world beyond matter and
    > mind.
    >
    > `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
    >
    > + If the reader will keep me company I shall be glad.
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    _____________________________________
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    artist/teacher
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    _____________________________________
  • D42 Kandinskij | Sat Sep 7th 2002 1 a.m.
    On Sat, 7 Sep 2002, manik wrote:

    > I dalje ga pusi!American one.

    Illiteracy sucks, no?

    `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
  • D42 Kandinskij | Sat Sep 7th 2002 1 a.m.
    On Sat, 7 Sep 2002, Pall Thayer wrote:

    > Hey D42,
    >
    > You know, plagiarism is illegal.

    No, it isn't. Besides I was quoting, not plagiarising.

    > Your text is by Stephan A. Hoeller (Tau Stephanus, Gnostic Bishop)
    > from http://www.gnosis.org/gnintro.htm

    NO KIDDING! I'm shocked.
    It like totally surprises me.
    Palle, learn English if you want to make these kind of comments.

    And while you're at it, visit plagiarist.org

    xo

    `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
  • manik vauda marija manik nikola pilipovic | Sun Sep 8th 2002 1 a.m.
    No,Bamby.It's flower.
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "-IID42 Kandinskij @27+" <death@zaphod.terminal.org>
    To: "manik" <manik@ptt.yu>
    Cc: <list@rhizome.org>
    Sent: Sunday, September 08, 2002 2:31 AM
    Subject: Re: RHIZOME_RAW: all is God

    > On Sat, 7 Sep 2002, manik wrote:
    >
    > > I dalje ga pusi!American one.
    >
    > Illiteracy sucks, no?
    >
    > `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
    >
    >
    >
  • Pall Thayer | Sun Sep 8th 2002 1 a.m.
    Hinn 8.09.2002 kl. 00:35 ritadhi -IID42 Kandinskij @27+:

    > On Sat, 7 Sep 2002, Pall Thayer wrote:
    >
    >> Hey D42,
    >>
    >> You know, plagiarism is illegal.
    >
    > No, it isn't. Besides I was quoting, not plagiarising.
    Unethical, grounds for a lawsuit. That wasn't a quote. You took someone
    elses text and put your name under it without any mention of the fact
    that the text belongs to someone else. That's plagiarism and I'm sure
    that Mr. Hoeller would agree with me.

    >
    >
    >> Your text is by Stephan A. Hoeller (Tau Stephanus, Gnostic Bishop)
    >> from http://www.gnosis.org/gnintro.htm
    >
    > NO KIDDING! I'm shocked.
    > It like totally surprises me.
    Well, of course you know where you stole it from.

    > Palle, learn English if you want to make these kind of comments.
    >
    > And while you're at it, visit plagiarist.org
    >
    > xo
    >
    > `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
    >
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    _____________________________________
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    myndlistamadhur/kennari
    artist/teacher
    Fjolbrautaskolanum vidh Armula (www.fa.is)
    http://www.this.is/pallit
    _____________________________________
  • D42 Kandinskij | Sun Sep 8th 2002 1 a.m.
    On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, Pall Thayer wrote:

    > Unethical, grounds for a lawsuit.

    I am sorry, Palle, what are you talking about?

    > That wasn't a quote.

    Yes, it was, dear. wake up.

    > You took someone elses text and put your name

    No, that was a signature of the e-mail.

    > under it without any mention of the fact that the text belongs to someone else.

    That was fairly obvious, Palle. Only an idiotic moron would think that I
    was claiming the text as mine--or someone bent on correcting my proper
    English usage, typos, and all around 'feeding' leech--due to my fight
    with Max.

    > That's plagiarism and I'm sure that Mr. Hoeller would agree with me.

    No, he won't. Mr. Hoeller is hardly the twit that you are,
    and I sincerely doubt he would find himself 'plagiarized'
    for being quoted on a mailing list. Get a grip on whatever is
    bugging your panties.

    > Well, of course you know where you stole it from.

    I haven't 'stolen' anything--I reposted a textwith regards
    to Eryk Salvaggio's comments. Does the mention of the word God
    get your panties in a knot or what?

    Did you go to plagiarist, baby?

    And did you learn what plagiarism is?

    No, really Palle.

    Pathetic idiot.
  • Pall Thayer | Sun Sep 8th 2002 1 a.m.
    Quotes have quotation marks and a reference to the source.
    Anything else is plagiarism as well as an infringement on copyright law.
    Do you really think that everyone on this list just happened to know
    that your text belonged to someone else? You started a new thread with
    it. Then how are people supposed to "know" that it had something to do
    with a post from Eryk. If you really believe that plagiarist.org is a
    place to learn what plagiarism means then you're even more confused than
    you appear to be.
    I'm filtering you out from now on.

    Hinn 8.09.2002 kl. 12:45 ritadhi -IID42 Kandinskij @27+:

    > On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, Pall Thayer wrote:
    >
    >> Unethical, grounds for a lawsuit.
    >
    > I am sorry, Palle, what are you talking about?
    >
    >> That wasn't a quote.
    >
    > Yes, it was, dear. wake up.
    >
    >> You took someone elses text and put your name
    >
    > No, that was a signature of the e-mail.
    >
    >> under it without any mention of the fact that the text belongs to
    >> someone else.
    >
    > That was fairly obvious, Palle. Only an idiotic moron would think
    > that I
    > was claiming the text as mine--or someone bent on correcting my proper
    > English usage, typos, and all around 'feeding' leech--due to my fight
    > with Max.
    >
    >
    >> That's plagiarism and I'm sure that Mr. Hoeller would agree with me.
    >
    > No, he won't. Mr. Hoeller is hardly the twit that you are,
    > and I sincerely doubt he would find himself 'plagiarized'
    > for being quoted on a mailing list. Get a grip on whatever is
    > bugging your panties.
    >
    >> Well, of course you know where you stole it from.
    >
    > I haven't 'stolen' anything--I reposted a textwith regards
    > to Eryk Salvaggio's comments. Does the mention of the word God
    > get your panties in a knot or what?
    >
    > Did you go to plagiarist, baby?
    >
    > And did you learn what plagiarism is?
    >
    > No, really Palle.
    >
    > Pathetic idiot.
    >
    >
    _____________________________________
    Pall Thayer
    myndlistamadhur/kennari
    artist/teacher
    Fjolbrautaskolanum vidh Armula (www.fa.is)
    http://www.this.is/pallit
    _____________________________________
  • D42 Kandinskij | Sun Sep 8th 2002 1 a.m.
    On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, Pall Thayer wrote:

    > Quotes have quotation marks and a reference to the source.

    No, they don't. This is not high-school.

    > Anything else is plagiarism

    No, Palle. Not 'anything else is plagiarism'.

    > as well as an infringement on copyright law.

    Nep. Besides copyright law differs from country to country.

    > Do you really think that everyone on this list just happened to know
    > that your text belonged to someone else?

    Anyone with two ounces of intelligence, yes.
    This was an 'authoritiative' text on gnosticism.
    Just like when Eryk quote Tao Te Ching, he didn't use 'quotation
    marks and a reference'.

    You're a pathetic moron, who simply watches things he doesn't get
    and woo-ha--let's jump into the fray. Get your murderous impulses
    together baby.

    > You started a new thread with it. Then how are people supposed to "know" that it had something to do
    > with a post from Eryk.

    Easy--you pay attention. This is a mailing list, not a school paper.
    Get over yourself.

    > If you really believe

    Flippant use of the word believe.

    > that plagiarist.org is a
    > place to learn what plagiarism means then you're even more confused than
    > you appear to be.

    Right. That's why I sent you to plagiarist.org.
    For educational purposes.

    Let's see: so far you've made up an inappropriate comment on
    proper usage, flamed me fora typo, and now you're proceeding
    to inappropriate accusations of plagiarism.

    After that, you MAKE UP that I sent you to plagiasrist.org
    for EDUCTATIONAL purposes, and righteously proceed to call me
    DELUSIONAL:yee-haw!

    > I'm filtering you out from now on.

    Pathetic childish behavior #67787678.
    Don't worry dear Palle, you have your mini-publicity you're so starved
    for, have picked on the right person, and joined in the common gesture.

    Btw--why don't you write to the Gnostic Bishop and tell him how
    concerned you area bout his being plagiarized?

    Such a righteous boy.

    `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
  • Ivan Pope | Sun Sep 8th 2002 1 a.m.
    > From: "-IID42 Kandinskij @27+" <death@zaphod.terminal.org>
    > Get a grip on whatever is
    > bugging your panties.
    >
    > Does the mention of the word God
    > get your panties in a knot or what?
    >
    Kandinski, Two mentions of panties in one mailing. Do you have a panty
    problem dear? Ivan
  • D42 Kandinskij | Mon Sep 9th 2002 1 a.m.
    On Mon, 9 Sep 2002, Ivan Pope wrote:

    > Kandinski, Two mentions of panties in one mailing. Do you have a panty
    > problem dear? Ivan

    No, 'dear'. That's Palle's problem. And clearly yours.
    Take your cheap attempt at insults back to the 'schoolyard' baby.

    You're an artist man--you're bent on destruction no matter
    that Palle's comments were out of line.

    Tell us about your creativity baby--to create and destroy
    as you please.

    Yet another one who confuses creativity with
    his psycho-sexual masturbatory malfunction.

    And please stop ejaculating over your keyboard
    while attempting to 'get' me.
  • Christopher Fahey | Mon Sep 9th 2002 1 a.m.
    > > I'm filtering you out from now on.
    >
    > Pathetic childish behavior #67787678.

    Pathetic childish behavior #1:
    http://www.graphpaper.com/stuff/death.gif

    You're the first person I've ever filtered.

    -Cf

    [christopher eli fahey]
    art: http://www.graphpaper.com
    sci: http://www.askrom.com
    biz: http://www.behaviordesign.com
  • D42 Kandinskij | Mon Sep 9th 2002 1 a.m.
    On Mon, 9 Sep 2002, Christopher Fahey [askrom] wrote:

    > Pathetic childish behavior #1:
    > http://www.graphpaper.com/stuff/death.gif

    Ne. If you have a problem with copious amounts of information,
    deal with it yourself.

    > You're the first person I've ever filtered.

    And? Why must you make a grand pose over it?
    That difficult to set up a filter without announcing it?
    Or are you trying to tell me something?

    `, . ` `k a r e i' ? ' D42
  • Muserna Muserna | Mon Sep 9th 2002 1 a.m.
    > On Mon, 9 Sep 2002, Christopher Fahey [askrom] wrote:
    >
    >> Pathetic childish behavior #1:
    >> http://www.graphpaper.com/stuff/death.gif

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