Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Notes for a History of Mysticism
The mystical experience, that which as students of Jan Cox know, cannot be discussed, may be likened to the universe's black holes. So critical do the universe's black holes seem, at the center of most galaxies, that I expect any day, to read the physicists contend black holes play a crucial role in the formation of galaxies. They'll figure it out, never suspecting the physical world to be, possibly, and whatever else it is, a mirror of the real. My words, light, on an event horizon.