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PostSubject: The Absolute as an End   The Absolute as an End Icon_minitimeWed Jun 12, 2019 12:43 pm

I see the Absolute as a result, as an apex.
Not as a ground or origin to being, or to beings nature, or it its laws, but as the inevitable climaxing of being in relation with itself.
Not an instant of climax not any discharge, no sexual references intended - I mean simply a finality, a modus in which the process of locally based Being (as self-valuing) finds a definite consequence.

Therefore the Absolute is a kind of symmetry, or a harmony, something we primitively ay understand as "abstraction", if we do not see how it has come into being.

Yet when it occurs, such "abstraction" is a real form of existence and it can be referred to as a temple of origins, like Plato and the Hermeticists have done.

The cabalistic Tree of Life shows us how out of the local self sourcing point (Kether - "Hadit, with Crowley) and the consequences of its self-valuing nature, which include contradictions, a systemic absolute can be conceived.

Maybe Ill add to this later.
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