The Undivine Divinity of Man
“The Existential Genetic Codex produces every organism by the mere virtue as unprecedented, unparalleled, and unrepeatable.” Hash Borgir
All organisms of a species have fundamentally the same anatomical cohesion and operate through the same bio-electrical and neurochemical processes, driven by similar biological urges. Yet no two organisms, even biological twins, are alike. Same is true of the Human species. What’s most important to note here is that the individuality of each human organism unique, unprecedented, unrepeatable, and unparalleled. Yet sometimes, one in one million, a mind recognizes this truth, and nature walks with him to an outstanding greatness, the likes of which we hold in the highest regard, give the highest merit and whose works we prime to be the boldest and most profound of mentations of the human mind. Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci, Einstein, the most profound mentat, the greatest painter, the noblest physicist, and the most psychedelic apes, the creative geniuses, all rolled into the mind of man, passed from generation to generation, resonating in morphological consonance.
Two-fold is the nature of this mechanistic enterprise through which each individual must develop his own behavioral singularity within consciousness: the particular of his genetic endowment, and his psychological evolutionary memories.
There is uniqueness housed in each individual, in every single body. Unfortunately, culture, society, polity and policy bare no acceptance to this disparateness. Each body and each mind have the different unique potential to invent Universes, the potential for the Nature to express herself in the most unique and novel manner. However, in an attempt to establish the foolish notion of equality among men we have submerged in the chaos of homogeneity the unique particularities and idiosyncrasies of the individual, thus killing any chance nature has to express herself uniquely, which are the only thing of use to the individual.
Happiness depends upon an organism being fitted precisely to nature’s own work. Modern society has refused to recognize the dissimilant of man and cornered him in classes and sects. The rich, the poor, the politician, the holy man, the spiritual guru, the scientist, the businessman, the clerk, the teacher, the student, the government employee and all the rest. Such ill-categorized groups are branded under the umbrella of homogeneity according to their financial stature and not according to their individual characteristics and peculiarities. The barbaric materialism of our modern culture is not only opposed to the soaring of intellect but it also criticizes the non-affluent meek who look to more than the monetary and whose ability does not withstand the harsh struggle forced upon by life in modernity.
As we are born, we are given a series of dogmatic thoughts, superstitions, language constructs, behaviors, systems of moral frameworks, and religious rituals, the superstructure of “self”. The developing organism is subjected to a series of conditioned responses using reward and punishment as stimulus and response which finally construct themselves as his thought structure called knowledge. Such knowledge is then stored in the body as memory. This is called trauma. Don’t you feel it?
God, spirituality, enlightenment, ecstasy, and bliss are all insulated shields man-made, man-created, to perpetuate the dominance of the ego, and to uphold the superstructure of self. Man has been subjected to eons of conditioned responses, fixating this frame atop the human psyche. As a consequence of this, man has been disconnected from nature in contrast to animals. Had man functioned in nature, in tune with Nature’s resonance, it’s dissonance and consonance, his sense perception would be in tune with sensibilities of Gaia herself.
The fixations in the homogeneity of the profane are the malignancy of the hominid mind. Hash Borgir
Nature is interested only in the creation of unique entities. Nature does not and will not use models. By using models such as Buddha, Jesus, Krishna, and Mohammad, society, and therefore we have destroyed any possibility of nature expressing her novelty, her specialness. He who recommends you a model, a system, a technique, a method or any formula has forgotten the uniqueness of nature and would put everyone on the path to destruction. Every holy man, every spiritual guru, every single one of them is blind, only ever leading the blind.
Society is interested only in the cultivation, protection, and maintenance of its status quo, thus, it has provided and enforced these models for us and upon us to follow. This is why you want to be a painter, a philosopher, a scientist, a saint, a savior, and a revolutionary.
If we drop the fictitious states of being produced by thought, such as the models of saints, gurus, spirituality or enlightenment, systems of thought and polities, what remains is the natural biological arrangement in the Natural State. Every cell in the body knows itself. It has a deeply rooted intelligence and it knows how to function. It cooperates with another cell in the body not out of love or compassion, kindness or mercy, but from the very real terror of self-obliteration and self-annihilation. Cells cooperate in order to survive. You are that collection of cells, making up the body that houses the entire memories of the Universe, an infinite knowledge that guides it, the manual, the blueprint nature created this machine with. You are the intelligence of the Universe, subdued by culture and society, unable to express yourself.
Everyone can bloom by the flowering of their individuality. The problem in man is that he has been deeply conditioned by thousands of years of ‘thought culture’ which has a death-hold on him and have convinced him of the notion of the ‘self’. This concept of the ‘self’ precludes the natural interaction with Nature. The “self” has divided man from everything else around him. Man with his self-centeredness leads himself eventually into destruction.
Acquired intelligence is no match for the innate intelligence of the body. Your natural specialness cannot be realized as long as the “self” exists.