Magus de Moderatio
Patron of the Arts
- Dec 22, 2008
In the end, I guess it doesn't even really matter (that much). Nature makes Calx & Lime by means of Water, so the Source is the same, ultimately. Also recall the highly revealing painting of "The Birth of Venus"...
Kabbalah's Ein Sof, the alchemical origin matter, Gnosticism's Pleroma, and Hinduism's Brahman all symbolize a shared, infinite origin. Shamanism echoes this belief, positing a spiritual essence common to all existence. Mirroring this, blockchain technology, exemplified by Bitcoin, operates on a distributed ledger where all transactions spring from an original digital source. These examples underscore a universal ethos of interconnectedness -- all originating from a single source.
- Light: It looks like one single beam, but it can split into a spectrum of colors.
- Water: It appears as one body, but it can divide into droplets.
- Time: It seems continuous, but it's divided into years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds.