‘For a few to be immortal many must die’.
Time as Currency.
Time is Money and Money is Time.
On Wall St.
In Red Pill.
From Wiki :
‘Anubis or Inpu, Anpu is the Greek name of the god of death, mummification, embalming, the afterlife, cemeteries, tombs, and the Underworld, in ancient Egyptian religion, usually depicted as a canine or a man with a canine head.’
It’s a load of hillocks.
Another ‘Salon Bereavement’.
In Maya I suspect under the National Health Surface there is Creepy Crawley.
La Grande Illusion.
From A Course In Miracles :
‘And the last to be overcome will be death.’
What Is Death ?
‘Death is the central dream from which all illusions stem. Is it not madness to think of life as being born, aging, losing vitality, and dying in the end? We have asked this question before, but now we need to consider it more carefully. It is the one fixed, unchangeable belief of the world that all things in it are born only to die. This is regarded as “the way of nature,” not to be raised to question but to be accepted as the “natural” law of life. The cyclical, the changing and unsure; the undependable and the unsteady, waxing and waning in a certain way upon a certain path . All this is taken as the Will of God. And no one asks if a benign Creator could will this.
Death is the symbol of the fear of God. Her Love is blotted out in the idea, which holds it from awareness like a shield held up to obscure the sun. The grimness of the symbol is enough to show it cannot coexist with God. It holds an image of the Son of God in which he is “laid to rest” in devastation’s arms, where worms wait to greet him and to last a little while by his destruction. Yet the worms as well are doomed to be destroyed as certainly. And so do all things live because of death. Devouring is nature’s “law of life.” God is insane, and fear alone is real.
The “reality” of death is firmly rooted in the belief that God’s Son is a body. And if God created bodies, death would indeed be real. But God would not be loving. There is no point at which the contrast between the perception of the real world and that of the world of illusions becomes more sharply evident. Death is indeed the death of God, if He is Love. And now His Own creation must stand in fear of Him. She is not Mother, but destroyer. He is not Creator, but avenger. Terrible Her Thoughts and fearful Her image. To look on His creations is to die.
“And the last to be overcome will be death.” Of course! Without the idea of death there is no world. All dreams will end with this one. This is salvation’s final goal; the end of all illusions. And in death are all illusions born. What can be born of death and still have life? But what is born of God and still can die? The inconsistencies, the compromises and the rituals the world fosters in its vain attempts to cling to death and yet to think love real are mindless magic, ineffectual and meaningless. God is, and in Her all created things must be eternal. Do you not see that otherwise She has an opposite, and fear would be as real as love ?’
Nothing but a pack of cards.