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Philosophy of The Original Order

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Fri Feb 08, 2019 10:24 pm

The question of semantics in philosophy resonates within Wittgenstein's Tractus, resonating to the base forms of Aristotelian Logic as well the the Dialectical/Rhetoric dualism Plato observed and described between Socrates and the Sophists of his day. This dialectic, in Hegelian terms as a process of divergence and convergence in time, is rooted further in the mythological symbolism of presocratic times which effectively was distilled into the grounding of the logical structures we have today.

Any pre-logical mythology, which set the foundations of the cultures we live in today, effectively is a symbolic logic in and of itself where the classical Aristotelian type of beauty evident to many mathematicians stems from a prior romanticism conducive to a higher quality of "wholism" in how mankind perceived and related to his environment. The greeks effectively atomized this by a necessary deductivity into strict abstract "forms" conducive to a more Platonic sense but originating with the quantification of Pythagoras loosely mirrored in the Oneness of Parmenides and the Many of the various Atomists that arose as an antithetical element.

The question of the romantic/classical dichotomy, while observed progressively through the greeks, is rumored to begin within the Egyptian Mystery Schools where figures such as Isis, Osiris and Set represent an anthropomorphize of principles represented by the character qualites these principles exist through within the average man. This applies to other mythologies ranging from the Norse, Mayans, Aztec, Early Greeks, Chinese, etc.

Language can define language as "symbolism" with "symbolism" being defined in a myriad of ways where all "phenomenon" themselves exist as symbolic and hence "language" maintains a universal aspect in these regards as a form of "movement" by the symbolic context of phenomenon themselves.

A common example of this is the symbolism of the snake, or proxy "dragon", within all cultures as having a foundational element to creation. These biological forms are congruent to a "wave-function" which further mirrors the primordial sea or abyss of "chaos" as an inversion of it into a particular form both organically and symbolically.

This linear nature to language, existing through language as language, necessitates "being" as a dialogue/rhetoric/argument in itself referred to by the thetical and antithetical qualities of Plato's argument against and with the Sophists where a synthesis of Platonic Form and Sophisticated language is but a form/function in and of itself.

This is reflected further in the formation of the psyche through not just logic, premised in rational discourse by definition alone, but the inherent language of mythological symbols which set the foundations for the presocratics as a form of pre-logical thought, in the sense of an inherent poetry, but falsely is not pre-logical itself...rather a distinct but connected branch of it.

This nature of language as rooted in symbolism, with symbolism existing in external and internal realities, necessitates all phenomenon as "language" with the properties of the language and the realities defined by language, as a language in itself, necessitating a universal foundation of reason of spatial axioms as both form/function.

The progressive nature of language itself, as well as the foundation of all empirical phenomenon existing my moving from a Point A to Point B, necessitates all phenomenon, including language itself, originating from the simple "symbol" of the "line".

This observes a process of connection in relational definitions that effectively act as an "ordering" phenomenon. We perceive through order and metaphorically and rest in "order". This connective element is represented by the "staff" as having a symbolic nature of the shepherd by maintaining a group of "sheep" together, which is further represented within the egyptian priest-class as both shepherds by there ability to contain the people through "knowledge". The Good Shepherd alleghory and history is further mediated through Christ, which represents a synthesis of Egyptian and Hebrew Ideology.

Dually this "structure" represents a destruction of chaos, as represented through the staff/spear representing a universal weaponry in the historical and symbol sense observed metaphorically in the Odinic Myths and Gungnir with his war against Fenrir during Ragnarok or the Mythology of the East where Japan is formed by a striking of the spear into "the deep" (which mirrors "moses" dividing of the deep in western literature further in time). This is "form" is the "line" itself.


The circular nature of language itself, where all definitions effectively not just cycle back to their original definition but even the nature of isomorphism in various logical/mathematical, religious polemic arguments (the Jewish/Babylonian Creation myths) as well as the inherent cycles of nature ranging from atomic to celestial events or even standard seasons and the reproductive cycles of nature, observes all phenomenon, including language itself, originating from the simple "symbol" of the "circle".

The symbolism of the "disc" is represented in all sun worship cultures, observed with Akhenaten in Egypt, the Divine nature of Circularity observed by Plato and many of the greeks, as well as the invention of the wheel which enables the movement of cultures, or even the "UFO" flying saucer movement current within the modern zietgiest. The cyclical nature of mainainance, where the sun maintains phenomenon through light, and the dissolutive nature, where the sun also destroys phenomenon through light, is further observed as a process of "creation/destruction" represented in the circular iconography of Shiva.

This nature of language, as having an inherent axiomatic "assumed" nature, where each symbol necessitates a form of originality in and of itself either by its form/function or the context this symbol is put in, reflects the symbolic nature of the reality it defines, considering all language and empirical phenomenon take on an original nature to the observer through "assumption". All language, through the symbol; hence observed as "being itself", exists as a point of origin for further facets of language as well as the empirical nature of reality fundamentally being a process of one empirical phenomenon expanding and contracting through reality as a "point" (simply creating a symbol always results as an expanding point as observed by a simple pen and paper or a "bit" of binary code in computing). Thus the third universal "symbol", as the foundation for both language and the symbolic nature of reality "as reality" is the simple "dot" as "origin".

This "dot" can be observed within the symbol nature of the seed as "everything" and the foundation of all things and "nothing" as strict unactualized potential, where the seed maintains this dichotomy in a literal sense with vegetation and organism but also in a linguistic sense of rhetorical preaching in which "ideas are scattered" so they can "take hold and grow in people's minds".

Language takes on a ritualistic religious nature in this manner as its origins both contain, exist through and are maintained by a symbolic "⊙" observed in the various religions and faith as the "Monad(s)" of Pythagorous, The Bindhu of the Hindus, The Halo's or Center's of Holiness in Christian and Buddhist Iconography, etc. As ritualistic it not only forms the psyche in the nature of mantras, prayers, or self-help speeches, but can be observed in the symbolic nature of religious rituals themselves that effectively change the psyche in the same manner language does. This change in psyche, under universal laws embodied under the point, line, circle, observes the dichotomy of the subject/object effectively nullified in the face of universal laws stemming through everything.

In these respects Language takes on a mirroring nature of the logos and in itself as the form/function through which the symbolic nature of the universe as an "image" is ordered. "In the beginning was the word..."

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