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  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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    • must also have transformation rules, which turn one true
    • rule might be
    • This rule expresses the thought
    • axioms, the transformation rules allow one to produce an
    • means of the application of the transformation rules in a
    • Finally, there is a single production rule as
    • or theorem). The rule states that any true statement remains
    • application of the production rule to the axiom results in the
    • and more production rules.
    • It is nothing but a set of rules which tell how to transform
    • in a world ruled by dynamic polarities. Goethe sensed this
    • axioms via the production rules. In spiritual logic, it is
    • Again, one distinguishes between active production rules and
  • Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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    • world, itself ruled by twoness, provide a good illustration of
    • twoness is the rule. Beyond what little has already been hinted
    • the previous two axioms. Oneness rules when the world has been
    • ontogenetic ladder of creation out of where twoness rules
    • manifestation of a created world, the numbers each rule the
    • twoness is the rule. This brings us to the notion of sequence
    • possible by the rule of twoness.) During oneness, all of
    • twoness that now rules the created world. We can view the

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