Psalm for a Godless Man: Book 1

by Anonymour
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Publisher: Wibbla Books

Series: Hacking Time...

Publication Date: July 09, 2018

ISBN: 9780463362792

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This series purports to reveal a process called “hacking time”, i.e. reprogramming one’s relationship with time through the strategic manipulation of behavior from within the informational systems that reflect the flow of time, somehow intervening in the underlying causal flow of events within these systems, thereby enabling one to rise above the accepted flow. Positing a behavioral system capable of this is not as daunting a task as one would assume, given our flirtations with prime numbers and the chemical elements along the way bringing us to this point…

The idea that the Periodic Table of Elements (PT) and the Book of Psalms are a spontaneous decompression of a singularity like the photon into an electron and anti-electron, or the Big Bang into the forces of nature, seems as difficult a “leap of faith” as gorgonzola cheese spontaneously combusting into an ontological continuum connecting the mythical Gorgon and Zola (Emile)…

I suppose that if one were perversely driven to correlate the PT with the psalms “out of whole-cloth” one would have no trouble making creative adjustments to the legend of gorgonzola to entangle it with that of Zola and some Greek horror story. And how unconscionable would it be to implicate this posited collusion into the overarching psalm legend by stating quite rightly that the Gorgon myth dates back to the time of King David, the origin of the Book of Psalms, and indeed “Marija Gimbutas even argues that the Gorgon extends back to at least 6000 BC, as a ceramic mask from the Sesklo culture..."? Interestingly, this is about the beginning of the Hebrew calendar, with Hebrew being the language of the psalms. Also, Zola died in 1902, the same year that James Joyce graduated college and began medical school. And the cheese connection: “James Joyce, in his 1922 Ulysses, gives its hero Bloom a lunch of "a glass of Burgundy and a Gorgonzola sandwich. In his 1972 book Ulysses on the Liffey, critic and Joyce ...