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| pseudo-species |
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Regarding the Borges story, remember 'Daneri' was actually Pablo Neruda, the contemporary poet who was in so many ways the opposite of Borges, right down to him getting killed in the hospital by Pinochet's regime, and JLB later visiting the country and acclaiming said revolution.

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
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ultimate +‎ -ly
IPA(key): /ˈʌltɪmətli/
Hyphenation: ul‧tim‧ate‧ly

ultimately (not comparable)
Indicating the last item.
Synonyms: at last, finally, in the end; see also Thesaurus:lastly
Firstly,… Secondly,… Ultimately,…

Indicating the most important action. quotations ▼

Synonyms: at the end of the day, when all is said and done; see also Thesaurus:fundamentally

Ultimately, he will have to make a decision before the end of the week.
(linguistics) Used to indicate the etymon at which a given etymological derivation terminates.

Synonym: terminal etymon
Cognate to Gottscheerish boßər, bàsser. Ultimately cognate to standard High German Wasser.

Shortened from maxiature, ultimately from Latin maximus ("large").
Ultimately from Latin equus ("horse").

Interfold layer

Interfold layer
The Cochrane inside an interfold layer

An interfold layer is a realm which exists in between space and subspace.

In 2373, the USS Voyager discovered an unstable interfold layer in the Delta Quadrant, while investigating a series of destructive astral eddies. It was discovered that the layer acted as a spawning ground for the eddies, which would erupt into normal space when they grew large enough. The layer was discovered when the crew sent a probe into one of the eddies, which collapsed back into the layer and took the probe with it. Although the probe could not be detected with sensors, it continued to transmit information on the layer to Voyager.

Later, while attempting to collect plasma particles left in the wake on one of the eddies, a shuttle piloted by Tom Paris was pulled into the interfold layer.
Although there was a massive amount of plasma interference obstructing communications, Voyager was able to re-establish contact with Paris by adjusting the encoding filter and instructing Paris to calibrate to a theta-band frequency. Communications were further facilitated by widening the communications bandwidth.
Paris was eventually able to return to normal space by piloting the shuttle into an eddy which was about to erupt, and riding it back. (VOY: "Real Life")

Dara Tatray - Theosophy Raw and Unfiltered: From the Vedas to the Present - Week 4
•Nov 16, 2017

Theosophical Society Webinars

H. P. Blavatsky and other leading figures in the Theosophical Society have referred to the existence of a continuous stream of guidance reaching out to us from ancient times right up to modern-day Theosophy. In this six-week webinar Dara will explore the deep roots of Theosophy as they are present in the psychology and cosmology of the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Patanjali Yoga Sutras, providing a solid introduction to the main tenets of the ancient wisdom.

Dara Tatray holds a PhD in the History and Philosophy of Science (UNSW 2006) and has been a student of Theosophy and Vedānta since 1979. A past President of the Australian Section, she is currently the National Secretary of the TS in Australia.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 06:27 AM)

[...] "I' comes about - in my view, at least - via a kind of vortex whereby patterns in a brain miror the brain's mirroring of the world, and eventually mirror themselves, whereupon the vortex of "I" becomes real, causal entity. For an imperfect but vivid concrete analogue to this curious abstract phenomenon, think of what happens when a TV camera is pointed at a TV screen so as to display the screen on itself (and that screen on itself, etc.) - what in GEB I called a "self-engulfing television", and in my later writings I sometimes call a "level-crossing feedback loop."

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In mathematics, a projection is a mapping of a set (or other mathematical structure) into a subset (or sub-structure), which is equal to its square for mapping composition (or, in other words, which is idempotent). The restriction to a subspace of a projection is also called a projection, even if the idempotence property is lost. An everyday example of a projection is the casting of shadows onto a plane (paper sheet). The projection of a point is its shadow on the paper sheet. The shadow of a point on the paper sheet is this point itself (idempotency).
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Logos | philosophy and theology | Britannica

Logos, (Greek: “word,” “reason,” or “plan”)plural logoi, in Greek philosophy and theology, the divine reason implicit in the cosmos, ordering it and giving it form and meaning.

''Krishnamurti suggests: ‘Religious people, instead of using the word intelligence, have used the word God’. Bohm replies: ‘God is perhaps a metaphor for intelligence … God means that which is immeasurable, beyond thought’ (Dialogue with Bohm in Krishnamurti 1986, p.525-6).
In Science, Order, and Creativity Bohm and Peat use fractal geometry to illustrate how order can exist within apparent randomness (Bohm and Peat 1987, p.173). The Mandelbrot fractals contain a hidden order — the base figure and the generator — which manifests the most remarkable array of complex images, including six-pointed stars, snow-flakes, mountains, images of the Buddha, and so forth: all based on a simple figure with a generator applied at different scales (Bohm and Peat 1987, p.152-4). This model may help to answer the question, where does order come from? If order can be hidden within apparent geometric randomness, then perhaps order can also be hidden within the apparent randomness of life more generally. That hidden order is Intelligence. In the Platonic system it would be described as the Good, and in the Gnostic system as Mind, all of which are often capitalised to distinguish them from their lower and often very distorted reflections.
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