["Once one has seen God, what is the remedy?"
- Sylvia Plath
The true nature of humanity, the essence of our very selves, is a mystery to us because of our sin clouded minds.
This is why philosophy is of little practical value to us: we have little chance of determining things, rather, we can only trust what God
Being found by God entails being shown, who we are and who we are meant to be.]
De natura ex intime dissolutio
I am therefore I burn!
Mysta ex omnis uxorios
Alles soll stehen verwirren
Ars ex liber, ex anima
The descending lion throne
Cogito, ergo summitissum
Alle soll stehen grell
Meta physics and decomposition
Erase and total control
Wait not, nor give in to fear
Submersion in violence
"Warstrength shall collide with warstrength"
Tartarian essence and raptures snake
"For all the immortal," Thraxus immolator!
[Quotes taken from Aeschylus' "The Libation Bearers".]