Godcraft: Revelation of Vitep (Text format)

All material before us contains within it the dormant potential and complete capacity of matter, every unrealized variance in reality. From the foundational to the greater latent building block dynamics of existence. An inconceivably vast or perhaps infinite range of utility that matter can be modified and manipulated into serving. Helium hydride was the first primordial substance before the universe cooled after the Great Expansion and gave way to Hydrogen, the first element. To which interstellar and solar conditions forced evolution of this one substance. All atoms in the universe are in a state of oneness, the separation is an illusion of our brains and makes our environment more easily comprehensible. The lifespan of a single atom evolving over the course of eons is unfathomable. They garner the inner potential to influence and meld with other atoms, synthesizing into a completely different state of matter or energy, all of such from one primordial substance. Initially appearing as a wave of aimless chain reactions, however the first cause holds within it all active and potential effects that are or could follow it. From the viewpoint of causality, if an event occurs then with the proper insight and guidance, what is to follow is predictable, quite similar to knowing what 1+1 is to equal. It has become quite prevalent that the common perception of the past and future still being in existence to where we can time travel to them, are simply abstract concepts and ideations we created to entertain ourselves with. The notion of there still being a past or future, most especially that conforms to humanity’s non-essential existence and Earth’s planetary history is absurd. This isn’t a contradiction from what was recently said about causality, existence and dormant potential are vastly different. Our ignorance deceives us, blanketing us with a delusional sense of greater importance and position in existence, that does nothing more than put Earth and our species on a conceited pedestal. An uncomfortable truth, we humans are a temporary attribute, an extension or rather an expression, not a necessity and which makes us expendable, just like all forms of life that have gone extinct before us. It is foolish to think of the human experience as the main representation of reality for all perceivable dimensions of existence, more rather a splinter of a greater whole. Humanity has created countless instruments that reduce the human senses to the insignificant. These instruments have various functions, often providing us with a more complete representation of what we could never hope to see with only our eyes. Animals have shown to garner senses or intuitions that elude us. They have the ability to sense substances with their superior eyesight, hearing, smell, touch, and other ones which are nothing short of exotic, traits and abilities no other animal possesses, which allows them to survive in environments we dare not venture into. The range of temperature we can safely experience in comparison to the whole scale is minuscule. A small amount of force can cause lethal bodily damage. Introducing certain chemicals into our bodily systems can alter one’s perception to drastic degrees or even be fatal, the frailty is staggering. It is daunting to realize our life span is a microscopic speck in the ocean of time when compared to an eternity, the year, bound only to the relevance of our cosmically insignificant planet. Moreover the environments we can safely research are unbelievably finite, confined to a narrow region of our planetary nest unless granted with specialized equipment or tools. Nearly always left to walk away with flawed and incomplete knowledge. We try to make sense of everything which is a valiant but futile attempt because our environmental conditioning blinds nearly all of us. The blatant limitations of our senses, insufficient cognitive capacity, and physical fragility restrains us from true objectivity. Unable to deviate from the laws of our own nature, an inescapable filter of perception. Our environment and time itself falls through our hands like sand, we are confined to the human condition. Human memory is delicate and almost entirely left open for subjective interpretations, not objective truth and absolute recollection of events. It is biased towards one’s own survival and often leading to not being a reliable source of reference. Damage to the brain can change a person forever. It leaves one to ask, are we really anyone in particular or do we just have a malleable mask that we project for societal survival? Our perceived reality is so fragmented, we are left with crumbs of what truly is and desperately cling to an assortment of achievements, social interests & symbols, material possessions, bodily genetics, etc as our defining characteristics to not be seen as expendable in the eyes of the herd. Identifying with them as a defense mechanism, forming a sort of cognitive armor for social matters and that ultimately imprisons us. Misled by delusions throughout our lives, all to arrive at an inevitable oblivion. When we are afraid of the unknown or more simply the dark, it is in fact our own fragility that we are afraid of in the presence of uncertainty. A lack of power and our brains generate the fear of what might be due to us not being able to predict our environment. Such fears obstruct the necessity for action, halting desirable progress and manifesting an undesirable reality… Where does the line between dreams and reality begin? Can we really tell ourselves, truth is within the boundaries of frail comfort? What if the answers we seek can only be found in death? Do we dare open such a door?

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