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3000
To expunge the bad is to expunge the good. Like a coin, where we cannot have one side without the other, we needs have the bad as the reverse side of good.


3001
We cannot know good except by knowing evil. Without the positive-negative dichotomy, we would have a non-event neutrality ... a sort of no-sensation, nonsensical blandness.


3002
Evil and good oppose each other dialectically, as antithesis opposes thesis. As thesis always generates its antithesis, good always generates evil. And, the synthesis develops into a thesis which again generates its antithesis.


3003
In Absolute arithmetic, every thing equals every other thing.


3004
Expression and differentiation take place transfinitely, again within the one Absolute.


3005
Transfinite differentiation is of the non-counting kind: The images, ideas and concepts are not countable: There are no quantities, only qualities.


3006
Psychologically, we impute space-time differentiation (Cantor's Aleph zero phenomena) to existence for pragmatic reasons. There is no compelling reason to suppose that all existence is of the space-time quality, except this, namely that the qualities of finity and infinity are integrally related to the quality of awareness and to each other.


3007
The empirical evidence of nuclear physics indicates that the fundamental processes of nature lie outside spacetime but generate events that can be located in spacetime.


3008
Cantor's Aleph zero category is comprehended by the transfinite Aleph categories. It follows that the enumerate members of the Aleph zero category are, transfinitely, in one-to-one correspondence with each other ... that is to say, they are not separable from each other transfinitely. Transfinitely, all enumerates pertain to an integrated whole.


3009
All members of Cantor's Aleph zero series are not only in one-to-one correspondence with each other but, also, they are each in one-to-one correspondence with the whole.


3010
The enumerable Aleph zero category is the category of all objects and things which are enumerable ... of not only numbers and symbols, but of all things which are identifiable as separate entities.


3011
The categories of transfinity are the categories of non-finite phenomena.


3012
Transfinity is the dimension of infinite powers.


3013
The infinite-instant characterises transfinite actions.


3014
Transfinity is a no-time, no-space zone.


3015
Transfinity is the ideative womb of all expression.


3016
Ideation has degrees of power in transfinity. Some transfinite beings are vastly more empowered than others.


3017
Each transfinite being is unique and has unique powers.


3018
No transfinite being is constrained by other transfinite beings.


3019
Any constraints upon a transfinite being are of its own choice and needs. Its own constraints arise from the exercise of its own powers.


3020
All qualities are operative in transfinity.


3021
Transfinite beings, who want and need tangibility, have tangibility.


3022
From a transfinite viewpoint, physical-mode is an evolutionary phase which monads experience in their progress to self-realisation.


3023
On experiencing transfinite mode, monads find it a happy release from body-death traumas. They feel great freedom, lightness, re-birth, and restoration of all their abilities and faculties.


3024
After body-death, the monad feels a great joy and a great enlargement of spirit. The persona expands to its full achieved level of spiritual and mental potential.


3025
Re-united consciously with its transfinite loved ones, and close to loved ones of worldly life, the released monad experiences great well-being and gratification.


3026
All orders of transfinity are of greater power than all orders of finity.


3027
Transfinite orders, of greater power, do not exercise authority over transfinite orders of lesser power.


3028
In the infinite space-time of transfinity, there is no need for queueing or for domination or submission. (However, if a monad needs such, its sovereignty may demand it.)


3029
Each monad is sovereign and no other being may order it or direct it against its will.


3030
The potential transfinite powers of monads are limitless, except only this, that no monad has power over other monads: Each monad is a presence of the Absolute and is an absolute sovereign being.


3031
Nevertheless, a monad may freely and voluntarily associate with or serve with another monad or monad-host. It is emphasised that such an association is always voluntary and may be terminated at will.


3032
Monads who want and need physical bodies, will incarnate into physical bodies. Some monads don't need any body or dwelling place. Each monad is a living being which lives according to its needs.


3033
Monads are sovereign and absolute and their needs are paramount. As long as monads need physical universes, physical universes will be made available ... but not necessarily this present one.


3034
Monads cannot retrogress in self-realisation, but they may elect to re-incarnate in bodies of the historical past, or of the present.


3035
Each and every monad is a potential perfect aggregate, that is, a potential host-universe.


3036
The conception of number splits, in a manner of speaking (when dealing with the transfinite), into the two conceptions of 'power' and 'enumeral'. The central concept of the finite is quantity, while the central concept of transfinity is quality. Transfinite powers are qualitative powers.


3037
There is no contradiction involved in postulating non-finite symbols, as distinct from finite symbols. Symbology may apply to transfinite qualities as well as to finite quantities.


3038
In the introduction of new symbols, it is only obligatory to give such definitions of them as will permit them to be distinguished from one another, and from older symbols.


3039
Every aggregate of distinct things may be regarded as a unitary thing in which the things first mentioned are constitutive elements.


3040
Transfinite and finite symbols have this in common, that they both purport to distinguish certain modifications of the Absolute.


3041
There is no compelling reason why we should restrict 'numbers' and 'symbols' to the areas and competencies of finity.


3042
The transfinite is an infinite aggregate of infinitely varied powers ... that is, of infinitely varied qualities. In this context 'quality' means any ideation.


3043
Postulationism' is the viewpoint that pure mathematics consists in deducing, by purely logical inferences, the consequences of freely chosen postulates.


3044
To the discoverer, every route is permissible.


3045
Intuitionism' is the viewpoint that numbers and symbols exist in the mind of any individual who has taken the trouble to construct them in his mind.


3046
The 'interpretationism' (of Carnap) is the viewpoint that mathematical truths are statements which are true solely by virtue of the meanings imputed to the statements.


3047
The ends of pure mathematics are closely related to those of philosophy.


3048
The Absolute can only be recognised but never apprehended.


3049
As needs arise each passing hour, the network will develop to meet those needs: It is a guidance mechanism.


3050
To describe the network now is, in a sense, to seek to limit its development to the confines of what it is now. It is more helpful to the network just to let it develop without analysing it too closely. We should treat it with respect and withhold our interfering arrogance.


3051
The network participates in the creation of the future which it predicts.


3052
To reach out and grasp a stone, is to create that stone transfinitely. Monads are transfinite beings which create transfinitely. All implicated preceding and succeeding time-space events are ordered by transfinite acts of creation.


3053
To collect the light of new-found stars and galaxies is to create them transfinitely.


3054
As all transfinite powers command all finite powers and as a monad is an absolute sovereign transfinite power, the reaching and grasping and knowing of the stone by the monad creates the stone and all necessary sequences, precedent and consequent to the advent of the stone.


3055
We command into existence the photons by which we see, and the stars which emit them. Creation is of and by sovereign monads ... that is, by us.


3056
That which any monad creates may be enjoyed by all monads: We are a community of absolute sovereign beings.


3057
As transfinite beings, we so live that all time-space expressions accord with our individual and collective wills.


3058
As our objective is self-realisation, all expressions come into being as means of our self-realisation.


3059
As the Absolute is one, so all means of realisation are one and all creations of time-space accord with our individual and collective monadic needs of self-realisation.


3060
And one may ask how all the other stones came into being! It suffices for a monad to grasp with the ideation of of his mind a stone-strewn valley, or a star, or a planet and there it is, created transfinitely, with its evolutionary precessors and successors intact.


3061
The concept to grasp here is that we are transfinite beings which create according to our needs. We do not explore pre-existing realms, we create them as we discover them.


3062
To discover is to create.


3063
As we monads have created our central nervous systems in this present 'where', we will create whatever we need in our 'elsewheres'. Monads are sovereign beings and we always create what we need. We should not worry about non-existent after-body-death problems. It is perhaps not easy to grasp, but we monads are always masters of our fate.


3064
The two most important items of knowledge are:


3065
Until we realise our individual sovereignty, we are sheltered by our ignorance. We cannot, so to speak, fly the nest until we are ready to do so.


3066
When a trainee pilot is given his wings, he thenceforth flies solo. The self-realised monad, which has its wings, has a great deal more power and responsibility than an aeroplane pilot, and he needs a lot of solo flying time before he displays consummate skill.


3067
Any thing seen or thought by one monad is seen and thought by all monads. The Absolute is a perfect creator-sensor-computer.


3068
We each make use of such of the Absolute's data as we are ready and able to use. All data is there, when we need it. Nothing ever seen or thought is ever lost.


3069
We select and use Absolute-Computer data according to our unique individuality and the needs of our unique individuality.


3070
As creative intelligence increases exponentially, knowledge increases exponentially and learning increases exponentially. As race learning increases exponentially, race-karma decreases exponentially. From now until 2020, will be a period of great karmic release. The pain of the period negates our karmic debts: The race is wiping its karmic-slate clean.


3071
This propositional network, by its multi-paradigmatic understandings, acts as a complex code to access the Absolute-Computer. New data/propositions come flooding out of the Absolute-Computer to extend and enlarge the network.


3072
The Absolute-Computer, and its data, is transfinite; the network taps transfinite data; the propositions of the network are transfinite; all propositions are transfinite.


3073
Every thing is transfinite: All finite things are transfinite: Finity is subset to transfinity: When we perceive finite things, we perceive the finite aspects of transfinite phenomena. Time-space finity is an experiential aspect of transfinite life.


3074
All monadic observations are sequentially and implicatively linked, so that what appears to be an unrelated collection of observations is, in fact, a finite array of one transfinite creative act.


3075
To observe is to create. It is not possible to observe without participating in the creation of that which is observed.


3076
To observe a thing or event now is to create all things and events, precedent present and consequent. To observe, is to participate in the creation of the all-tenses sequence which provides the present 'snap-shot' observation.


3077
We, who observe, create what we observe: As all things are implicatively and transfinitely one, in observing and creating a single thing, we create all.


3078
Creation is whole and absolute: It is not possible to create any part without creating the whole.


3079
As our will is individual, free and sovereign, we freely create ... and that which is, exists by the individual and collective free-will of all monads.


3080
How does all this individual free-will harmonise as one continuum? It harmonises by reason of the oneness of the Absolute.


3081
All creation is transfinite and every exercise of will is transfinite, and issues from the oneness of the whole.


3082
All is transfinite and finite subsets are expressions of transfinite wills.


3083
All is here-now. As here-now, we see the mirrored summation of the part self-realisation of all monads.


3084
2020 simply means that this category of time-space expression ends at that time: 2020 does not imply the end of the Absolute, or the end of its lives and expressions: 2020 is simply the end of the metamorphosis phase.


3085
Each monad is unique and sees existence in a uniquely individual way. In this sense, every monad is paradigmatic.


3086
The unique viewpoint of a highly self-realised monad is, however, not restricted to one mind-set or paradigm. An attainer's viewpoint is multi-paradigmatic, for an attainer is able to identify and empathise with many mindsets.


3087
Perfect self-realisation is the state of singularity. As the Absolute is perfectly self-realised, the state of singularity always exists transfinitely. Transfinity and singularity are in the here-now.


3088
As transfinity is in the here-now, all transfinite life is in the here-now. The experience needed by all monads is available to them here and now.


3089
Partly-realised monads often feel that their needs are ignored: This feeling stems from lack of understanding of their learning needs and of how their lessons must be learned. 40


3090
The experiences we undergo are for our benefit as eternal monads and, although they may sometimes seem harsh, they are transfinitely beneficial and necessary. Justice is done to our eternal monads and not to transient bodies.


3091
The entire history of earthly life is like an ever-playing theatre. Monads may enter the theatre at any timespace locus and, according to their needs, they may be directors, actors, technicians, artists, spectators or any thing they wish to be. They may come and go as they please, and spend as long or short a time as they please. Some choose a hard, painful role, and some an easy one: Those who suffer most, learn most.


3092
There is no royal road to full self-realisation. We may remember the cry of the crucified Christ ... 'Lord, Lord, why hast thou forsaken me?'.


3093
It is not possible to create any one thing without creating all things: Creation is one and indivisible. To create a thing is to be responsible for that which is created. Responsibility, like creation, is indivisible. Each of us is wholly responsible for all creation.


3094
One accepts only that degree of responsibility which one is able to accept ... and one rationalises and justifies one's limited acceptance.


3095
One cannot inherit the good without inheriting the evil.


3096
Only by experiencing evil can we access the good. Each one of us has known evil and commited evil ... and always this has worked to good.


3097
When we look into the eyes of an evil-doer, we look into the eyes of God (the Absolute) and we look into our own eyes. No one is free of evil.


3098
Courage, honesty, love and intelligence are present when we acknowledge our responsibility for everything. Sophistry and weaselly escapism ... and 'holier than thou' sanctimony, account for nothing in the scales of Thoth.


3099
The attainer finds that he, himself, is Thoth and the 'feather' comes down heavily in the scales of our self-judgement. 'Guilty of everything' pronounces Thoth.


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