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The Noosphere By Mike Hockney
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The Noosphere is a "thinking atmosphere" that has been evolving on Earth since the dawn of humanity. The internet is a physical manifestation of it: a worldwide linked network. What comes... More > next? Does mind detach itself from bodies? Can the collective consciousness of humanity leave Earth and enter the heavens? Is the Noosphere a Soul Sphere, composed of the souls of all good people and leaving behind the evil? Imagine the Soul Sphere merging with God. Is that the ultimate destiny of higher humanity? The Noosphere will not be powered by faith, prayers or superstition. Ontological mathematics and hyperreason will be its engines. This is the story of the highest human thought, how it's leaving behind materialism and realizing the truth of existence - that we inhabit an immortal, indestructible mental Singularity outside space and time and that the illusion of materialism is produced by holography. The universe is a self-generating, intelligent, living hologram, comprised of infinite souls.< Less
Blake in a Post-Secular Era: Early Prophecies By Karl Kroeber
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Originally intended to introduce William Blake’s major prophecies, the late Karl Kroeber’s Blake in a Post-Secular Era: Early Prophecies is an accessible and astute survey of the... More > prophetic work that Blake executed between 1788 and 1794. For Kroeber (1926-2009), former Mellon Professor of the Humanities at Columbia University, the post-secular era we are now entering should re-establish Blake’s central presence in academic literary humanism, which—in its secular phase—has excluded Blake due to his radical Christianity. Such exclusion, Kroeber notes, has not diminished Blake’s immense—and still growing—impact on popular culture and concepts of individuality. In stark contrast to the idea of a “universal heart” and to the ideal rational societies envisioned by his contemporaries, Blake argued that each individual was absolutely unique and that only social structures based not on reason but on the imagination, like Golgonooza, the City of Art, can realize and sustain the individual's innate divinity. 28 illus.< Less