"For thirty years people have been asking me how I reconcile X with Y. The truthful answer is that I don't. Everything about me is a contradiction and so is everything about everybody else. We are made out of oppositions; we live between two poles. There is a philistine and an aesthete in all of us, and a murderer and a saint. You don't reconcile the poles. You just recognize them." — Orson WellesThis section examines why mankind is so double minded and easily deceived.
Questions asked so frequently that they now promulgate situations with no seeming resolve, the selfsame quandary motivated the observer toward seeking and assembling pieces of the great puzzle of life -- one that, upon completion, promised to showcase the grand design of mankind’s destiny.
Already devoted to the search and emplacement of each elusive piece even from childhood, he began to see for himself the magnificent logic of God's reasoning for this earth and all the people on it, even before the puzzle was assembled.
So in comparing the stable continuity of heaven to earth's opposing paradigms—in searching for absolute open truth—little difference was ultimately found between the two paradigms discerned, as both seemed to rely on the human predilection for mystic belief.
Truth in these modern times, he'd discovered, was a commodity squirreled away for dispensing with eye droppers at exalted expense, often diluted to fit whatever partisan perspective profits best from it.
So when serious inability to get at truth made the observer curious to know why it was so easy to disguise real truth, being that the heavenly Spirit displays no innate ability to falsifize itself, he realized that something else had to be at work.
Definition of Chrysalis—
- The pupa cocoon from which the completed creation eventually emerges.
- A preparatory or transitional state of development within a protective envelope.
Apparently resulting from computer animation of a seemingly self-reversing swirling mass, the "Left-Brain-Right-Brain" theory utilized the more attractive animation of a silhouetted naked dancing girl to make its point, by showing that the comely graphic can spin on axis either clockwise or counter-clockwise depending on the observer’s operational psyche at time of viewing.
A person's ability to see the figure spin in either direction then led neurotheorists to hypothesize human brains as hardwired into two separate artsy and logic hemispheres, concluding that only one side of the brain focuses at any given time, with its mate merely collaborating corroboratively -- its hemispheres switching back and forth for needed validation.
"Left-Brain-Right-Brain," at heighth of popularity in the 1980’s and still celebrated amongst new-agers today, has long been debunked as a pseudo-psychology. Yet the animated graphic upon which it's based is far from being an optical illusion as most people still see it rotate in either direction however science postulates the action.
The image as being seen to spin in both directions illustrates our material existence as a dichotomy of duplicity which often forces poor human psyches into nervous-break-downs and insanities ... warranting that we really can't help being the way we are despite all attempts to the contrary, and demonstrating that all of space/time is apparently cleft.
As civilized human beings, we innately want to be clean, straightforward, honorable and forthright not only in our own lives but in our dealings with others and treated the same way in return. In fact, we traditionally agree on statutes enforcing such standards.
Yet it seems there is something to our material existence that we can’t control; another influence which twists all good nature asunder. Is it right to accuse that secondary influence on the 'forces of evil' the world likes to blame everything on? Or is it simply that we as humans here on earth are ourselves naturally duplicitous creatures unavoidably given over to the other side of our human nature at times? The so-called dark side?
Who remembers Shaky, first of the experimental Artificial Intelligence robots, whose little modular body could wheel itself through lab corridors recognizing hallways and open doorways? Although programmed to traverse adverse territory with precision measurement, the cold device—what Navajo’s call 'thinking metal'—could not make a movement when faced with an equidistant length of corridor, causing it to frustrate and fuse circuits from being out-of-balance with space/time’s parallax paradoxes.
It’s obvious that Shaky's one-sided formulae clearly resulted from failures of youthful urban programmers to recognize the ambiguity of life on earth, a failure clearly indicating that the human's spirit—the sapience of the sentient animal—must have itself originated outside the earth’s myriad complexes, because, if the human spirit was a product of space/time influence, it wouldn't have such trouble adjusting to it's host planet’s duplicitous ways.
Who saw “Koyaanisqatsi aka Life Out of Balance,” the 1982 film interpretation of the Hopi concept, that traverses from vistas of peace and tranquility into mankind's madcap rush for goods and power, showing how we very easily get out-of-balance with nature if not our once-Godly dominion?
The wisdom of balanced life, the concept that one must juggle two unequal paradigms in order to walk unharmed between them, is an ancient one recognized even by King Solomon, who is recorded as having said—
"Answer not a fool according to his folly lest thou also be like unto him," only to follow it up with; "Answer a fool according to his folly lest he be wise in his own conceit" (Prov. 26:4&5).