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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 1. Introduction
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    • machines have developed into automatons which are increasingly
    • his dismay when people took what he imagined to be a clever
    • of practicing psychiatrists seriously believed the DOCTOR
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    • advanced level for many years and watching what happened to me
    • and to others who developed intimate relationships with the
    • the will, I developed a tremendous capacity for application to
    • millennia, with an ever increasing pace in recent centuries,
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    • spiritual being and electronic technology, or even just attempt
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • fact that man devotes more thought to everything but the
    • systems as a whole is one of several alternatives, each valid
    • of arguments, however astute and cogent the arguments may be.
    • rational faculty whenever a truly important question is at
    • method starts from the recognition that every person has
    • stance or other usually not even on the basis of partial
    • establishing or even creating the facts in the first place, and
    • with the subject matter of modem psychology, or even with the
    • an outer world. Then the person reaches out, and eventually
    • ultra-real world that our destiny is made into events and
    • rising, until the single creative source of each reveals itself
    • metaphysical method on every point is too large a task to
    • referring to the revered figures who agreed with the author (a
    • not educated in science, and even those few of us who become
    • experience so much that they believed haying experience to be a
    • development group of a company. The group could not have
    • experience, we can consider the next level of argument. Even if
    • coordinate system to be. Copernicus, however, thought this
    • thought and logic which have developed in the west starting
    • significant transformations during its history. Even relatively
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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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    • of view, which permeate and animate the historical events.
    • Ahriman. In order to reveal the existence and presence of
    • is one which does occupy a certain level of existence, but does
    • appears in many guises, and is at the root of several concepts
    • is an axiom that exists independently of twoness, even though
    • explore several of the major facets of twoness in the created
    • described here may be obtained directly. Specifically, every
    • seven planets and the twelve signs. Microcosm/macrocosm is an
    • it is experienced by every human being; it describes how a
    • achieved, and the incarnation is completed by means of a
    • metamorphic development, the details of which need not concern
    • their being joined or even truly communicating.
    • activity without any substantial or physical basis whatsoever.
    • world in sequence, though none of them ever ceases every form
    • gods (expelled from the Garden, cut off from higher levels of
    • the development of twoness and of evolution. Just as two is the
    • much so that “the more [Ahriman] achieves his aims the
    • severer is the frost around him ...”
    • The intelligence of Ahriman reduces everything it works with to
    • functioning. The development of intelligence tends to go
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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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    • physical form, he will not incarnate in human form. However,
    • identifying those objects and tracing their development, along
    • with related conceptual developments. Our history is focused on
    • physical developments because of the nature of Ahriman. The
    • find them in history, and trace a development which shows their
    • sub-components (gears, cylinders, levers, etc.). the fact that
    • every one of his important accomplishments and was the key to
    • machines developed slowly after their invention. Many people
    • the way of realizing it even though the more general process of
    • breakdown in 1827 and never completed the work. In 1833 he
    • computer that was eventually built at Harvard in 1944. He
    • worked on the machine until he died in 1871, but never
    • fully operational machine was not the obstacle, however, as is
    • the objects is intended at every point in a sequence of
    • this event were experienced by Thomas Edison and Hermann
    • example, was a passionate believer in the virtues of
    • interest, the significant event was the hiring of Hermann
    • exploit his invention commercially. After several
    • like a calculator is directly controlled by its operator; even
    • itself; even though the operator retains ultimate control, he
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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 5. From the Beginning of Time to the End
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    • is a hell, we then think: whatever else hell may be it is also
    • Whatever the
    • took on a hellish tinge in events described in Genesis. The
    • Eve's attention. She turned from attending exclusively to God
    • stage Adam and Eve exercised their will and ate the apple.
    • Eve expelled into? Was there such a place before the apple?
    • God, to each who receives the Word, believes in His name, who
    • year a pivotal event in the development of mathematical logic
    • years this renegade, objectified logic developed to the crisis

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