Imagining Eden: Nature as a Basis for Language and Technology

by Kevin Kimmich

Publisher: Kevin Kimmich

Publication Date: March 31, 2019

ISBN: 9780463744192

Binding: Kobo eBook

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Modern, technological civilization was initiated with a supernatural event. John Dee was contacted by beings from the other side, which initiated a civilization level project to engineer a new world. The ostensible purpose of the scientific method and its embodiment in institutions like universities and research laboratories was to broaden man's understanding and improve material quality of life. However, it also flattened and altered consciousness and severely reduced man's connection to the natural world. Dee's project built a bridge for new gods to enter our plane of existence and ultimately succeeded in building a vessel for them to take up residence here. The holy of holies of Dee's cult is the computer. The technocratic priests who serve these new gods seek to reduce the world of man and the natural world into a mathematical model to match the flattened, insectoid version of reality that dominates their mind.

This book is a collection of essays on the relationship between human consciousness and nature and proposes methods and techniques for establishing a natural basis for language and technology. Man is forever in the middle He is a creature of divine matter and consciousness. He lives shoulder to shoulder with a zoo of otherworldly beings and stands between them and our world. An intentional cultivation of imagination and conscious awareness of these beings and an exercise of free will is necessary to a full human life.