Retelling the Tale



As the tale is retold it changes in the retelling:

In a dream-vision the dreamer asks

of Demosthenes the same question

as in the former yet, this time, the

answer differs (however slightly):

“No, the fact of my genius did not

spring from the placement of the

pebbles in my mouth, rather, it arose

from the placement of the pebbles in

my mind.”




4 .2  (I)  (36:1) #595

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New Wisdom




I once heard the voice of an old man evoke the name of a place where Two Suns would shine on polyethylene mountains, aluminum forests and plastic seas. He maintained that he came upon it in a cardboard box the Law-maker (of whom he d id not further elucidate) delivered to his door. It  was written in an unfamiliar script, he said, which resembled runes.  I wish that I could pass that secret word to you now but at the time I lingered, too long, on a fool’s errand and when I returned I found it had been buried in the black grave of forgotten memories. My father attributes the whole affair to a confluence of historical forces but I much prefer the quirks of destiny.


9.22-23 (9:2) #156

Minutes to Autumn


The Ylianic Wars

The Ylianic Wars

Name Dates Leader Results Comments
Cycle One 2021-2073 Chopdji Eradication of the Eaters of Filth and Doers of Evil Many strange feet came through the gates of the world’
Via Negation 2101-2133 The First Being All weeping ceases Fear not.’
Cycle II 2172-2184 Iblis (a local Potentate) Discovery of a being whose existence is contradictary No one can escape fate.’
The Dialectic 2231-2247 The Divine Arranger Compilation of ‘Errores Philosophorum’ Everything imagined is possible.’
Cycle III 2253-2298 The Theodicy The discovery of the Fours Kinds of Intellect Once or twice history digresses; the task of logic is the weighing of truth!
1.27 (29:6) #517






Subjective Reality


When Urukh proclaimed that, ‘Myths are but the outer realities of inner events,’ the descendants of Cush sentenced him to be crushed between two stones.

To save himself this inconvenience he first modified certain provisions of his statement effecting what he considered negligible changes.

When this failed to appease his accusers he introduced one new paradigm and then another and another still until, in effect, it was as if he had pronounced, “The words were never spoken.”

4.1 (II ) ( 18:2 )

Noble Savage


A person is placed in a cage. (It is for his own  good an only for a limited time, though this is unknown to him.) Time passes. He suffers a loss of appetite.  He believes his loved ones to have abandoned him.  He  soon comes to believe the cage to be the world and his condition the natural state. When the time comes for his release, he refuses to budge & thinks those insane who wish to remove him .



11.30-12.10 (10:14) #184

The Polymath



The Polymath

A Polymath who believes that dreams are nothing more than complex matrices of amino acids, becomes involved in their synthesis.

After much hesitation and many false starts (employing old concepts and new realities), he achieves his quintessential creation:


The image originally occupying a finite space, perhaps the size of a grain of sand, begins to expand indefinitely until it finally encompasses and supplants (or becomes one with) the Polymath’s corner of the world.