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The Blue Butterfly is 33YO NOW

Date: 11 Febr 2011 ( 11 - II - 11 )

Computer Mirror Image: "THE BLUE BUTTERFLY IS 33YO NOW"


The picture "Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2" made by Marcel Duchamp in 1912,

is widely regarded as a Modernist classic and has become one of the most famous of its time


Using the computer program Photoshop, we can see from the picture a face to appear.

How is it made ?

Use a Photoshop computer-program with 2 layers.

1e Layer : picture "Nude Descending a Staircase".

2e Layer : negative Mirror picture "Nude Descending a Staircase".

Use the function DIFFERENCE between the layers.


This new "Work of Art" called "THE BLUE BUTTERFLY IS 33YO NOW",

can only be made visible on a computer


~Duchamp~ Artmaking is making the invisible, visible.

~ Aristotle ~ The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.



Motion is therefore "the actuality of any potentiality insofar as it is still a potentiality"

Aristotle describes the "Unmoved Mover" as being perfectly beautiful, indivisible, and contemplating only the perfect contemplation: itself contemplating, the Active Intellect.

1. There exists movement in the world.

2. Things that move were set into motion by something else.

3. If everything that moves were caused to move by something else, there would be an infinite chain of causes. This can't happen.

4. Thus, there must have been something that caused the first movement.

5. From 3, this first cause cannot itself have been moved.

6. From 4, there must be an "Unmoved Mover".


Lady ”I have no sence of art” GaGa:

"I’m not fucking Duchamp but I love pissing with you”

"I don't want to be a part of the machine, I want the machine to be a part of me"


~AHRIMAN has the greatest possible interest in instructing men in mathematics, but not in instructing them that mathematical-mechanistic concepts of the universe are merely illusions. . . . that they are only points of view, like photographs from one side.

~Lucifer & AHRIMAN must be regarded as two scales of a balance and its we who must hold the beam in equipoise.

~'cosmic triad' - Lucifer, Christ and AHRIMAN.

~Electricity is AHRIMANIC light.

~AHRIMANIC "elemental spirits" inhabit our artificial machines.

~In the absolute sense, nothing is good in itself, but is always good or bad according to the use to which it is put.


RIP Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Aum Shanti, shanti, shanti.

"Science must confine its inquiry only to things belonging to the human senses, while spiritualism transcends the senses. If you want to understand the nature of spiritual power you can do so only through the path of spirituality and not science. What science has been able to unravel is merely a fraction of the cosmic phenomena ..."


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In 1912 Impressionist Marcel Duchamp exhibited a


The painting created a sensation. Worth millions today

it is held by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.


The explanation of exactly why this painting

is so famous has always been a mystery.


A number of art experts have pointed out that the painting

is similar to Edward Muybridge.

He is known for his pioneering work on animal locomotion

in 1877 and 1878, which used multiple cameras to capture

motion in stop-action photographs


This fact was even publicly acknowledged by Duchamp

himself according to the Wikipedia article:


Of course Duchamp's painting "impressionistically" adds

a sense of motion to the figure which is missing in

Muybridge's still-frame photos.


HOWEVER..... the fact that Duchamp got his inspiration

from one of Muybridge's photographs IS NOT WHY

Duchamp's painting is WORLD FAMOUS.






EXISTENCE OF GOD.................!!!!!



When you look at something new and unfamiliar,

your mind tries to "logically guess" what it is.... then

your mind imagines the object and tries to fit that image

to what it is seeing to see if they can be matched.

For instance, if you are out hunting and you see a

distant object which you think might be a deer, you

must check carefully before you shoot. Your mind

tries different possibilities... is it a man?.... so you try

to fit the object to the mental image of a man.... no...

it won't work.... is it a cow?.... so you try to fit the

object to a cow.... no, can't be.... is it a large dog....

so you imagine it as a large dog.... nope.... won't it a you try to imagine it as a

scarecrow..nope.... wrong again.... wait a minute.... it

could be a motorcycle parked on the side of a dirt road....

immediately you imagine a motorcycle... with a wind shield

and handle bars......... BINGO....... turns out that's

exactly what it is......... thank God you didn't pull that



WELL.... it turns out almost all objects are "partially

invisible"..... as I have explained before, in fact about

20% of true reality is INVISIBLE to the average person

due to the Secular Trend Braingrowth Deficit... and

this is known as the "Invisible World" of Religion

(commonly called "Heaven").


What this means is that we are constantly using the

above described "GUESS AND COMPARE" method

of recognizing objects (and persons too by the way).

In fact it is this fundamental "guess and compare"

method which is what eventually leads the average person

to begin to suspect that there is an "unseen world"..

at least historically that is where Religion comes from.

Now... in fact.... the human visual system does this

automatically and very rapidly... trying in some

cases 3, 4 or half a dozen "guesses" before it

recognizes an unfamiliar object or person.

This (subconscious) process looks very much

like one of Muybridges "freeze motion" photos...

or like Duchamp's Nude Descending the Staircase

for that matter.



the average person gets an overwhelming

sense of DEJA VUE the minute he first see's

Marcel Duchamp's famous painting.... he says to

himself... "hey..I've see that somewhere before.."

... and guess what.... he has.. in his subconscious mind,

and what it is is :


(an extrapolated possibility) AND ONE OF

EARTH (a known reality).... BEING



........... and that is








Of course Duchamp is also a pop psychologist and

that is why the figure is "descending a staircase"

because the vision of God is all about ascending

and descending (perceptually) and "stairs" are

a well known historical symbology (ladders too).

also... a "nude" is used to involve the basic

"perceptual ascension" involved in sexual

desire and attraction.


However... the "movie film sequence"

of the jittery "glimpses of heaven" that

we undergoe daily when perceiving

unfamiliar objects or scenes is BRILLIANTLY

captured by Duchamp's famous painting.

and that is why Marcel Duchamp's

painting is world famous !


Now George Hammond has proved all of this using

the Fusion Frequency of movie films to

prove the existence of the invisible world,

and has confirmed the proof to two decimal point

accuracy using 100 years of published Psychometry

data and showing that it is IDENTICAL to

Linearized Gravity and thus that the "invisible world"

is a simple classical Einsteinian Time and Space

dilation which makes as much as 20% of reality

INVISIBLE to the average person, thus explaining

both "God" and the "Invisible World" (Heaven).


HOWEVER..... a GENIUS like Marcel Duchamp

doesn't need theoretical Physics to explain God...

he can "paint God with a paint brush" and the

opinion of world has now confirmed the enduring

validity of his "1912 portrait of God


Thomas argued that God, while perfectly united, also is perfectly described by Three Interrelated Persons. These three persons (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) are constituted by their relations within the essence of God. Thomas wrote that the term "Trinity" "does not mean the relations themselves of the Persons, but rather the number of persons related to each other; and hence it is that the word in itself does not express regard to another."[88] The Father generates the Son (or the Word) by the relation of self-awareness. This eternal generation then produces an eternal Spirit "who enjoys the divine nature as the Love of God, the Love of the Father for the Word."

This Trinity exists independently from the world. It transcends the created world, but the Trinity also decided to give grace to human beings. This takes place through the Incarnation of the Word in the person of Jesus Christ and through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit within those who have experienced salvation by God; according to Aidan Nichols.

(Nature of the Trinity)


Substantial form (the human soul) configures prime matter (the physical body) and is the form by which a material composite belongs to that species it does; in the case of human beings, that species is rational animal. So, a human being is a matter-form composite that is organized to be a rational animal. Matter cannot exist without being configured by form, but form can exist without matter—which allows for the separation of soul from body. Aquinas says that the soul shares in the material and spiritual worlds, and so has some features of matter and other, immaterial, features (such as access to universals). The human soul is different from other material and spiritual things; it is created by God, but also only comes into existence in the material body.

Aquinas’s account of the soul focuses on epistemology and metaphysics, and because of this he believes it gives a clear account of the immaterial nature of the soul.

(The afterlife and resurrection)


In recent years, the cognitive neuroscientist Walter Freeman proposes that Thomism is the philosophical system explaining cognition that is most compatible with neurodynamics, in a 2008 article in the journal Mind and Matter entitled "Nonlinear Brain Dynamics and Intention According to Aquinas."

(Impact of Thomism)


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