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Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 16:55:05 +0000 (GMT)
From: Josh Geller 
Subject: RE: (urth) Silk out of time / Blushas?  Grushas?

On Wed, 18 Dec 2002, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes wrote:

> Regarding the question of whether Silk's enlightenment has any
> subjective sequence or duration to him as it occurs ...

>> ... it occurs in an instant in the middle of the prosaic
>> activity of a ball game, which is not interrupted by it.

> Right. We agree, I presume, that it takes no "objective" time.

It happens at right angles to Silk's normal timeline.

We are three dimensional creatures moving involuntarily in a fourth
dimension. This motion, and this dimension are seen as time. The
plenum we inhabit is thus four dimensional (three spacelike and two
timelike dimensions). This is embedded within a plenum that consists of
these four, one other spacelike and one other timelike dimension, and a
seventh dimension within which creatures of this order are in involuntary
motion. This is 'time for them' ('them' are the creatures that I generally
refer to as "angels or small-g gods"). Mr Big Nose, of course, is beyond
this level as much as he is beyond our level.

Silk's timeline has been turned 90 degrees.



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