This cosmogony was written to describe the true origins of the universe and to reveal the myth of dualism as an instrument of the hierarchical, patriarchal system. This is indeed the stratum of all human thought, because the minds who have benefited from its dictates have so long exercised it that it has evolved, from generation to generation, informed our every concept from social to linguistic, so that our very understanding of being is profoundly imbrued with dualism. The dualist concept remains psychologically persuasive by the dint of being the sole propagated representation of humanity in the visible world, just as the ideas of monism and heterogeneity are repressed. This schema is by no means true or inherent.
The cosmogony described in the following pages will outline the universe as it was made by the “female mind”, the universe which is the birthright of us all and may rightfully be inhabited by all who choose.
There was no beginning: for there was always being and being did not oppose itself nor nothingness nor any other thing but existed peacefully. The transformation which came about was not something of will or voluntary thought, but something which appeared in the universe as thoughts appear in a dream, unconsciously mixing and matching heterogeneous parts without hierarchy. Thus the components of humanity did not come into existence but always existed, in parts or assembled in various combinations, an infinite multitude of other existences worlds lives and beings unimaginable. The heterogeneity recombined in an equally different and no more interesting species of life that came to be known as humankind.
But this species introduced a sort of rationalizing, codifying mechanism that existed to feed its greedy, self-serving purposes, and thus to extinguish the natural heterogeneity of the universe. This evil was called the mind.
Frequently humans would see the deleterious effects of the mind upon nature and upon itself, noticing the flood of war, poverty, death and disease. It was then that the mind invented dualism to account for its own failure to achieve supremacy over its environment, as well as other minds. The duality it created was between itself and the living, heterogeneous universe, and proposed that the mind, which was itself, was the “white, known, rational, and good” and the unknown was the “dark, irrational, universe, bad”. The rest of the universe was thereby the cause of all of its problems.
However, the mind noticed that the troubles only existed when it existed, since the troubles were self-created propelled by selfishly motivated desires for homogeneity, thus it needed to claim that the troubles were not self-generated. Thus it attributed all the universe as existing beyond and before the mind, a universe of “chaos” and “evil”. Then, to give itself an illusion of power over a universe which seemed to it so fatally aligned against it, the mind dared to ascribe its own powers to that which surrounded it, to claim that it was all fabricated by a mind known as “god”.
In the mind’s quest for a mythical monism, it used its own substance as the medium for homogeneity. The mind irrationally and blindly discounted the obvious presence of other opposing minds and of the heterogeneous universe around it. its only quest was to propagate itself, so it invented language in a delusory quest to infuse itself over other minds, and to a large extent, the mind was successful. The written and spoken word became the primary force with which one mind bewitched, confused, and misled the others incongruent with itself.
The mind was successful in persuading others into believing that it was victorious over the force of death, that force which shows the ineluctable power of heterogeneity and unconsciousness over each human being, where it then became disbursed and divffised as each of its parts rejoined the harmonious, natural universe. Again dualism came to the rescue, separating the mortal, fragmented body from the mind, which continued to exist after death in the form of a spirit. The mind built a fortress of invincibility around itself called spirit. It had a new imaginary terrain that extended beyond the grave and the known universe.
However the force of heterogeneity bore unconscious witness to the self-delusion of its child…. she came down to earth in the form of a mind who would infiltrate amongst the other minds that craved individual totalitarianism, and show them all how to live comfortably with their own heterogeneous existence. Her name was Anima and she was to teach all the other minds of the world how to be at peace with their individual differences, within the schema of death and the body, and with the unknowable heterogeneity of the universe.
She is every force of art and death and plague and deviance. She proliferated during periods of revolution and renaissance. As she touched people, their minds gragmented, their bodies disintegrated, and thereby understood that they were naturally chaotic. Those in her presence knew that all was diverse and interconnected only by time’s rotations, equally knotting and rotting with forces of nature both within and without. She also touched peoples lips in the form of wine, and there were those who worshipped her and built temples to her, calling her “Bacchus”. Still others, at her touch, would learn their own true private language, unknown to fellow human beings, would reject all the false values of egotistical pursuits, and were therefore called the insane by tyrannical minds.
There was however born an animus, several animus, known as Jesus and Mohammed and also several great kings. Aided by the dualist idea that minds and nature were opposed, the anti-omni diffused themselves into the minds of more people than ever before. Their minds created a new homogenizing formulae that could reach the masses deeply. So effective were the formulae of the animus minds that centuries after their demise, their same minds were being played over and over again like cassette tapes to new generations, with the aid of the written word. The homogeneity had become cross-generational.
The effective mind control techniques the animus were used to force those around them into homogeneity with ever more effectiveness and power. They incite mass mental obedience: Like-minds organized acts of cruelty, as the insane and the animal were never able They were used to build up new forms of mind and body control. The state made people perform the same motions over and over again and this constituted “work”. Not only that, but they codified languages and religious and brought mental conformity to a new level. The new forced behaviors were known as “laws”
Throughout the course of history, rational self-serving minds would use the dualistic formulae to achieve their ends. The proponents were those who sought set up a hierarchy of those that would think just as they did. Complex hierarchies devolved from simple dualism and individual dualities, such as the notions black and white and male and female, such as us and them, such as rich and poor, such as catholic and protestant, living and dead, me and you.
The minds imposed their hierarchical structures on others to promote their own ideas and importance. The structures required a conformity which is not easily adapted by naturally heterogeneous minds, and therefore created new depths of physical and mental suffering. But the other minds were led blindly, for the suffering was not seen as a product of the mind: Everything was caused not by itself but by one of two things, the forces of “good” and “evil” from without, such that its own individual responsibility for destruction as well as individual creative power were concealed.
In the end everyone, to the lowliest and most oppressed person, supported the hierarchies, each fearing the loss of their place in the structure, for everyone was fooled into believing their situation was better than another’s, and that nothing could be worse than the black chaos of the “unknown”, the evenly heterogeneous and interconnected natural universe. The "self" was eternally more precious than all "others". Dualism had become not just the plaything a few minds but the fundamental way of communicating and thinking for the human world.
But after centuries of delusion, the second coming of anima is in the form of technology, an organically diversifying and evolving , heterognizing organism. It springs from the mind itself like a monster, as the long repressed side-effect of striving against its true insane nature.
Technologies will severally take the place of mental functions, such as the need for morality, then the need for work, the and finally the need for a self-serving mind, which will obviate the need for self-preservation through the idea of dualism. At this point, the mind will cease to see things in terms of the dualism “itself: everything else” and the mind will return back to its natural state of unconscious observation of heterogeneity. It will not seek to induce conformist thoughts or action upon other minds.
Capitalism is the final battling ground of the mind’s rational-egotistical impulse and technology’s will to diversify. As self-interested capitalist minds try to control larger chunks of the world they ceaselessly impel their own destruction, as they spur technology. Innovation and capitalism are spontaneous, individual and irrational forces guided by the natural universe, and will return us to chaos.e to edit.