If my esteemed board-mates would be so kind as to pick this apart from very possible angle paying particular attention to logical consistency and physics aspects I would be much obliged. Thanks in advance, Sigma the Grey ------------------------ The Observer Order brings life. Chaos leads to death. This is not belief, this is fact. The Master is not one with reality. He is independent of reality - he is an Observer. Observation by an independent entity is synonymous with creation. Chaos is throughout the Multiverse. Chaos is the natural state of the Multiverse. Chaos over an endless amount of time resulted in Order. Hence, chaos eventually yields to Order and Order gives dichotic definition to chaos. For without Order, chaos cannot be observed and is therefore inexistent. Order was first observed by the first Sentient creature in the Multiverse, making both the Observer and Order distinctly real. Thus Sentience is defined by the ability of a consciousness to observe Order, independent of an outside source’s criterion. Order and chaos, the Multiverse, and Sentient beings all exist - irrespective of whether or not a God does. The concept of god/s is irrelevant to the study of Order and chaos. In the first act of Observation, Order was brought to the formless void of swirling chaos that was reality until that point. Observation brings meaning to chaos. Whatever and whomever was the first Sentient being created the Multiverse – despite the fact that such a being was necessarily born of chaos. Without the Observer the Multiverse was meaningless and void. Space/Time/Probability has no meaning without an Observer present to determine if energy exists at a certain point. Thus the fundamentally dualistic nature of physical reality is made clear: the Multiverse is composed of energy and information. Information necessitates an Observer. Energy comprises both the Observer’s body and physical reality. Yet energy is only a derivative. Clearly the Multiverse is not merely physical reality. In the higher realms of reality the thing which defines the physical – energy – ceases to be and only information exists, information clumped into data. These separate (yet related and interacting) pieces of data are called concepts. Worlds within worlds of the concepts exist in the higher realms of reality. And even here the Master must bring Order. As with reality this is done through the act of Observation. The datum which says whether or not energy exists at a point is said to be a Qualium. A Qualium is the fundamental atom of meaning. The Observer decides in what mater Qualia comprises Order. The Master manipulates the Qualia to increase Order. He does this first by Qualia integration, also known as conceptualization; and secondly by taking actions in the physical reality to increase Order. Hence a Qualia is a single unit of perception. Meaning is the Basis of Order. Meaninglessness and nothingness, both being hollow concepts in themselves, are the origins of chaos. There is no such thing, by definition, as nothingness; anything called nothingness is nothing more than pure potential. So dictates Observation. Once an Observer is present nothingness ceases to be possible; for the conceptualizations of the Observer bring meaning to the universe. Chaos is destruction. Chaos in only necessary insofar as its presence contrasts with and in doing so defines Order. Even though Order and chaos (being eternal concepts) are static principles in themselves, nothing in the physical Multiverse is static – not so long as the clock ticks. Thus all material things are dynamic, irrespective of whether or not they are in Order or chaos. The Multiverse always was, but was not relevant until there was life. The great paradox is that the Multiverse’s original form being one of chaos, beginning without form and lacking an Observer, could have been said not to exist – yet was there. Look beyond the words. The eternal cause of Order is life. The meaning of life is dependent upon the Observer. The Observer is the root of all real things. The Master's life is a work of art, meant to absorb beauty and create beauty. The act of Observation is dualistic - involving feeling and thought. Thought is lame without emotion. Emotion is blind without thought. Thought is necessary to continue life and to create Order. Feeling is necessary to give that continuation meaning. An Observer’s perspective defines the Observer’s truth. Objective truth is the truth that exists in all possible perspectives – and subjective physical reality is a thing derived from it. It is the plight of the Master to see the world subjectively and have to learn about her surrounding reality by induction. This is the case both because the Master is not omniscient and because the forces of chaos lead reality to be in a state of constant flux. The Qualia being both subject to Observation and in a constant state of change are not objective things in themselves. Integration of Qualia to concepts and concepts to yet greater concepts on higher realms of reality may lead to Objective truths – principles. This is the essence of philosophy. Those who serve chaos jump perspectives without learning from them. Those who serve Order master each perspective before moving onto the next one. The act of mastering a perspective is the act of concept integration. Just as serving chaos will lead to death in the long run; in the short run it will lead to the loss of ones mind. Mastering a perspective is an act of beauty and fulfillment; if perspectives are jumped too quickly the lack of emotional/intellectual equilibrium eventually leads to loss of Self. One’s Self is one’s totality: The Observer’s feelings, mind, Soul and physical container. An Observer is not merely a body. One’s Ego is the Self’s defense against chaos. The Ego should be cultivated by Order, in Order to protect the Self. The Observer’s most important Observation is herself. The Observer should ask herself what and who it is, what it seeks in existence, where it will go to find that thing, and why it is in its present local. By asking herself these questions the Observers gradually becomes the Master by bringing the Order of her Soul to her inner chaos also called suffering. The Soul is the core of one’s inner Self and the home of Order. The Soul contains emotional memory. Defense is the martial law of Order; attack of chaos. One should never attack unless the action serves the higher Order – generally when one has been attacked first and is in jeopardy. An Observer should endeavor always to protect two things in this Order: 1. The Observer’s values; 2. The Observer’s Self. Naturally, both encapsulate each other. Such is the essence of life. The way of Order among Observers is to seek to better oneself while at the same time bettering the Society as a whole. If one is in a state of inner Equilibrium this synthesis is one’s natural course of action, and would appear obvious and inevitable to the Master. A healthy Observer should be involved in a constant struggle to learn better the nature of the Multiverse. Ignorance is a weapon of chaos. All things of chaos lead to death. The Master understands the balance of the Multiverse. The presence of chaos yields time. So long as the clock ticks chaos continues to eat away at life. Contemplation of this mystery yields the great truth which cannot be placed into words directly. The ancient ones basked in this truth. As the Observer observes she creates the Multiverse around herself. As the Master comes to understand that which is around her (truly by understanding her own nature) she comes to Master the environment around her and to dispel chaos from out her midst. Thus the Master always pushes chaos further away from herself. This can be seen within the very body itself; on all levels of which chaos in the form of harmful waste is removed as prescribed by the very coding of life it’s-Self. Yet life by its nature also creates chaos as we can clearly see. Life must learn to deal with this chaos and turn it back to Order. This is the act of Mammon. Sentient life must be a self-organizing never-ending Mammon Machine. The Mammon Machine serves the purposes of life and Order thus giving increasingly more time to the individual Observer to feel. Due to the nature of Order the Mammon Machine of life always becomes more efficient. However, the Master’s must never forget that efficiency in itself is not the goal; greater ability to feel and experience the world for the individual Observer is the goal of the Mammon Machine. This is the essence of Society. Hence the Mammon Machine must be balanced. The machine must turn chaos to Order while allowing the Observer to think and feel. The Master understands this. This is the essence of Government. The physical is only a shadow world that is cast by chaos. Light is reflected into our eyes showing us the world. Sounds are bounced into our audio sensors, allowing us to hear the world. Tactile contact is pushed to the mind through re-uptake of nerves allowing us to touch the physical. Our olfactory senses warn us of dangers around us. Yet none of this is reality. Reality, like an Observer, exists on many planes, not merely the physical. In the intellectual plane the mind differentiates Order from chaos. On the physical plane the body seeks to implement the knowledge contained by the mind and produce greater Order. In the realm of feelings the Self finds its comfort and reason for existence. In the Soul these things are integrated and stored, it is in the world of the Soul that all things are integrated. Reason is the language of Order. Reasonable communication must be facilitated through protocols. Anything less will yield chaos.