Re: Gematria, Cryptology, and Extropic Mysticism

From: Nicq MacDonald (
Date: Wed Nov 15 2000 - 12:27:40 MST

> After reading the extropian principles, I understand the need to put
> emotions and insight in their proper place. However, it seems to me that
> there's too much minimization of those too qualities of human life. Yes,
> much of human experience and history has been plagued by unchecked
> But let's not reverse the swing in the opposite direction. I would prefer
> to see an understanding put forth that expresses a relationship between
> insight, emotion, and rational as though they were equals, each with their
> own realm of action. Do any extropians view it this way?

It seems that most want to explain it away or marginalize it... which, for
those of us whose talents don't lie in the realm of the applied or
theoretical sciences, is rather akin to being assigned a second-class
status, IMHO.


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