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The Three Great Myths of Human ego-Culture
The "world"-mummery of human ego-culture survives via the perpetration and the perpetuation of three great (or principal) myths.
The third great myth of human ego-culture is the myth (or the intrinsically false idea) of separate "Creator-God" (or of the Divine, or the Source and Support and Ultimate Destiny of all- and-All, as a separately defined "Deity")—which is the humanly-fabricated idea that both "self" (or ego-"I") and "not-self" (or the "world"-totality) are intrinsically related to and dependent upon an "Absolute Other" that is neither "self" nor "not-self", but which is as an "other" to both the "subjectively" apparent and the "objectively" apparent conditions of human "experience", and which is to be referred to by symbolic "Names", as well as by conventional (but "Absolutized") pronouns (such as "He" or "She"). Based upon the humanly-projected (and all-and-All-defining) coincidence of these three great myths (or intrinsically false, and all-and-All-limiting, ideas), human cultures are everywhere "tribalized" (and human individuals are everywhere "tribally" culture-bound), and, thus, functionally and entirely subordinated to the ego-based mind that defines and divides Reality Itself (or What Always Priorly and Indivisibly Is) via and into the constructs (or the human false-idea-fabrications) of "self", "not-self", and "Absolute Other". Adi Da Samraj © 2012 ASA
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