Hi Y’all

We shouldn’t let a good crisis go to waste, and instead, take the opportunity to solve things once and for all times.

Yes, it can be done, it’s just a question of getting to the root of the problem afflicting civilization. Like when erecting a building, there’s a cornerstone that needs to be right; contrariwise, it’s going to go up crooked, prone to never ending short-lived remedies. We need to transition from Crisis City to PaRaDiSe Earth.

There is an original common-sense built-in, with birth, and in humanity, since Creation. This I can explain standing on one foot. That the virtue of things is PaRDeS, that the whole is made up of a triad of parts, that the whole is to the parts as are the faces and rim of a coin, or, as the sides and hypotenuse of a right triangle. We use the seed model of a right-triangle inscribed in an ellipse to explain things.

Furthermore, that PaRDeS, as in PaRaDiSe, is an acronym standing for the whole Sod Secret (סוד), the ellipse, made up of the triad of parts, right-triangle, namely, Derash Discover (דרש), vertical side, Rémez Remite (רמז), hypotenuse, and Peshat Plain (פשט), horizontal side. In plain English, we are, and we are spirit, mind, and body, respectively.

From here onwards it’s smooth sailing. Once we know how we were constituted, per PaRDeS, we can reconstitute our world likewise following our original common-sense.

The short story of how we got to the root of things starts with today’s worldview of Newton-Einstein, but modernity sits on top of the cultural heritage of the School of Athens, namely, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, same which can’t be understood without recurring to the three preSocratic schools of thought, Eleatic, Milesian, and Pythagorean. But the founders of these got their cue from the East, so claim historians. This is where I take a leap. My working hypothesis is that these guys got their start from the Creation Story of Moses, as found in Genesis 1:1-2:3. So this is where we need to go to straighten things up.

Cutting to the chase, the problem with translation is with interpretation of the Hebrew, since to us nowadays it appears as source coded, having been written ages ago. But cutting through the scholarly red tape and employing our inborn common-sense, we can penetrate it, following the drive of a calling.