A Vietnam War, that is the visual representation of wars between particles are wars between particles that aren’t a visual representation of the Vietnam War – wars between particles that aren’t a visual representation of the Vietnam War are wars between particles that are a visual non-representation of the Vietnam War.
Call the Vietnam War a human conflict, and the new meaning is thus: wars between atoms are a visual non-representation of a human conflict. A visual non-representation is the same as a visual source (the opposite of representation is the source of a representation), and a visual source is the same as an unseen reaction.
If wars between atoms are an unseen reaction to a human conflict, a human conflict is or at least has the potential to be the visual origin to wars (or just a war) between atoms; a war between atoms is a conflict between life’s building blocks, and life’s building blocks are life’s origin – ergo, a human conflict that is the visual predecessor to a conflict between life’s origin is a conflict between life’s origin that is the visual aftermath to a human conflict.
Life’s origin is life’s God (it’s a perfectly reasonable deduction to make, that God correlates with the concept of origin). And so as a result, the internal war of God is the visual appearance of what happens after humans partake in battle (whether it be a literal battle, such as military conflict, or it be a non-literal battle such as a court trial or a personal bout of depression).
The internal war of God is an external stability of reality. An external stability of reality a false external stability, which in turn is a real internal stability.
A real internal stability, which is the visual aftermath to human conflict is an actual internal peace which is the unseen creator of human conflict. Human battle is and has always been the belonging of the original internal peace – and conversely, the original internal peace has never been the possession of human battle, meaning that non-living peace (the opposite of but the same as human war) has a duty to go to war with God.
And what is non-living stability? It can be anything in reality which hasn’t the ability to think, but crucially has the ability to persist – the ability to be seen.
As different as they are, a piece of music, a light-bulb and a movie poster all have something in common: they all have a duty to go to war with God, because singing, movie-making and science can’t go to war with God.
Source by Thomas H Cullen