Re: Why "Zero" (Zerotheism?)
Posted By: Ras Heru In Response To: Re: Why "Zero" (Zerotheism?) (selassielive)
Date: Wednesday, 8 November 2006, at 12:27 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Why "Zero" (Zerotheism?) (selassielive)
yea it does sound like the absolute truth reasonings....NO biggy tho.
Isciple, the reasonings on the principle zero, i dont think has to do with ANY "theism", just the awareness of what it represents. i stated before, that there wouldnt be NO #1, if it wasnt for the ALL, which is zero. the ALL is NOT number 1, because eventho 1 is the unity principle, its the zero that cannot be divided into, but will absorb any number in contact with it back into the ESSENCE (if it divideds itself, then its not the all). how dod the "creator" come into play? he/she was manifested from that which isnt a God OR Godess=0. in the Qabalah (Qab'-Allah), its the zero, through its negative, potential energy (not realy a void, but non-action of the said energy), that concentrates upon that infinite energy....which makes it kinetic, hence number 1. No one is (well im not) saying this number is greater than that number, the important thing is knowing the principles of the numbers, for everything is made up of mathematics....and working with it, because mathematics is complete in-itself. P.e.a.c.e
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