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• Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 2. Methodology
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• is not the place to state the general argument for why the
• that he rarely made observations, and stated a prime motivation
• share. All are based on a relatively small set of statements
• Axioms are extremely simple statements, so simple that their
• which states that a proposition must either be true or its
• Statements in the logical system consist of lawful sequences of
• statement into another true statement. These are perhaps most
• indefinitely large number of true statements, the most
• compound statements which have been spun out of the axioms by
• showing a statement to be necessarily true or false (proving or
• signs which may appear in statements. In this case, the
• “x” is understood to stand for any statement (axiom
• or theorem). The rule states that any true statement remains
• which statements in this logic may be expressed has never been
• the statements, both axioms and theorems, indicate sources of
• confused by them: who in his right mind would trouble to state
• are simple statements, while theorems are almost always
• Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 3. Premises of History/Demonstration
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• wave/particle duality against great resistance, stated it as,
• “The opposite of a correct statement is a false
• statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be
• being which holds the world, which is then cast into a state of
• multiplicity, the state in which we encounter the unified
• any other parts, in which state the snake is a closed figure,
• creation is together, without real separateness; this state is
• resembling its present state will be at an end.
• Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
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• philosophies did not reflect the general state of human
• the advanced state of the incarnation in the conceptual
• of finite state machines, and in fuller form, by the theory of
• either direction, and changes states depending on what it
• the state marked A, in which it reads the tape. If the tape
• advances the tape and goes into state B, in which it again
• the tape. Otherwise, it advances the tape and returns to state
• machine passing between states A and B and advancing the tape,
• encountered, the machine halts and, depending on the state it
• this problem, forming the basis of the state of the art in
• thus computers out of matter in this extreme state.
• matter is in a peculiarly unbalanced state when it is
• Lucifer. But when matter is in this state (that is, is
• collapsing into a more ordinary state, so that superconductive
• Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 5. From the Beginning of Time to the End
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• a state of being. But we — humans — are beings. So
• “hell” may be the name for a particular state
• state of a human being, that state continually undergoes
• us and acquire an altered state of being. All degrees of
• the state of our being. They differ not in whether attention is
• They were expelled from the “Edenic” state of being
• into the “fallen” state of being, the
• human state of being was broken and access to one of the pieces
• degeneration deepened as the human state of being
• hardened and dried as a reflection of the changing human state.
• Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: Cover Sheet
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