I don’t think it’s rocket science.
Or consider the One as our Procrustean bed
in the sky
......... as Plato’s Good, say.
Now it’s a bit more like rocket
is the Queen
Is that good or bad?
denies access to the Hive.
God denies access to the Garden.......
So the Lord God banished him from the Garden of Eden to work the ground from which he had been taken. After he drove the man out, he placed on the east side of the Garden of Eden cherubim and a flaming sword flashing back and forth to guard the way to the tree of life.
Naturally, we feel ourselves to have been banished.
However, God also said....... hey, while you’re out there, you might as well be fruitful and multiply.
We had our errand....... into the Wilderness.
The only question, now, is whether we have finished taming Nature.
One response........ and how!!
Next question........ do we strive for stewardship or transcendence?
And/or....... is the Apocalypse upon us?
Some tell us that we haven’t finished taming Nature, because we haven’t. yet, conquered space and time.
, however, claims to have done
In fact, I have been a witness, once in Figueres, near the Dali museum.
The Princess and Pelican might even back me up, on that.
What do we make of them apples
Are we ready for our Procrustean bed
Or, like the hobbit, would you prefer to be One with Nature?
As it turns out...... we are about to be given that choice........
It’s the Garden
...... or the One
Actually, we can and will have both....... but, this way, there’s more drama, and, truth be told, God is a bit of a drama queen.