The Magic Square

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Tao Teh King

The Tao is as emptiness, so are its operations. It resembles non-fullness.

Fathomless! It seems to be the ancestor of all form.

It removes sharpness, unravels confusion, harmonizes brightness, and becomes one with everything.

Pellucid! It bears the appearance of permanence.

I know not whose son it is. Its Noumenon (εἴδωλον) was before the Lord.

No matter what road we take, we find "No thoroughfare"

Conspicuously displayed at the end. Hence Lao-tzu describes his never absent Presence, intangible yet omnipresent, formless yet the Father of form, as "Emptiness"—apprehensible but not comprehensible. The thought of man can only proceed in certain limited directions, and therefore This, the Ubiquitous, "containing everything, yet contained in all," cannot be explained. Whoever would perceive It must leave the beaten track of routine, and in a solitary by-way go forward by the single aid of the higher intuitive powers. Furthermore, It, the one comprehensive Unit, "resembles non-fulness," for we only know the perceptions It excites in our consciousness, never adequate to represent that which is the Consciousness of all consciousness.

They have said yes it's for certain SOURCE. That which is under the sun is not new, nor is it source however in all things pan-essence when percieved on a quantum level exists.

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