Putting the ‘Unknowable’ Into English

Putting the ‘Unknowable’ Into English

Western civilization has generally shied away from the esoteric, in favor of the materialistic and that is reflected in the lack of words in Western languages, particularly English, to describe “the unseen,” or paranormal experiences of any kind. Therefore, we are forced to look to one of the oldest known cultures in the world to attempt to describe what can be seen clairvoyantly.

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Refugees From Religion

I predict the goal of the right-wing evangelical conservatives as mentioned in the opening paragraphs will fail disastrously… not by driving people toward atheism as Tarico suggests, but toward an inner-based spiritual philosophy, more along the lines of the Gnosticism of the Cathars or Buddhism.

There is No Time

There is No Time

The trouble with time started a century ago, when Einstein’s special and general theories of relativity demolished the idea of time as a universal constant. One consequence is that the past, present, and future are not absolutes. Einstein’s theories also opened a rift in physics because the rules of general relativity (which describe gravity and the large-scale structure of the cosmos) seem incompatible with those of quantum physics (which govern the realm of the tiny).

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