‘Classical’ Consciousness, the Face of the “Dragon” and the “Wound That Had Healed”
The ‘classical’, “beast of the earth” (Revelations 13:11, Sura 27:82), “god of the blind” (The Hypostasis of the Archons), normal human consciousness originating in self-reflection (Descartes) has never seen the face of the “dragon”; has never seen “the face of the sun going black as sackcloth” (Revelations 6:12); has never seen “the stars falling from the sky” (Revelations 6:13); has never seen the annihilation of Space (Revelations 6:14); has never had its face turn as white as a sheet and its hair stand on end; has never experienced the absolute and eternal annihilation of, simultaneously, self-reflection itself and thought; and has never experienced the End of Time itself, described in the Bhagavad Gita with the words “I am become death.”
On the contrary, that consciousness has experienced only the briefest of glimpses of the face of the “dragon”; as described, for example, in the opening sentences of Descartes’ Second Meditation—a ‘wound in the head’ that has been instantaneously ‘healed’ (Revelations 13:3) through the postulation of the thought of the ‘thinker’.
Thus, the ‘classical’ consciousness, having created itself through self-reflection, and having established the ‘eternity’ of its existence with the thought of the ‘thinker’, has no knowledge that both self-reflection and thought itself can be annihilated; has no knowledge that it is not God Himself; has no knowledge that it has built its castle upon a “foundation of sand”; and has no knowledge that neither the “I”, nor the “self”, nor the “soul”, nor the “spirit”, nor the “I AM consciousness” has an Eternal existence…
As stated emphatically in the Koran, “Only the Creator exists for Eternity” (while the non-spatial “observing consciousness” with which man was Created “by and in the image of God” is merely non-temporal);
And, thus, assumes that the duality is primal, and that the observations of the “observing consciousness” too are nothing more than thought originating in the duality of self-reflection.
This ‘classical’ consciousness cannot be “educated”; merely conditioned by more and more thoughts originating in duality. Thus, the observations conveyed by the “observing consciousness” are not conveyed here with the expectation of ‘teaching’ the ‘classical’ consciousness anything.
Rather, they are conveyed here merely as information; information conveyed here because, unlike the witless and endless philosophical-theological ruminations of the ‘classical’ consciousness—of which there are books, magazine articles, journal articles and newspaper articles; radio programs, television shows, video tapes, audio tapes, CD roms and podcasts—they cannot be conveyed in any other media on this planet.
Michael (Daniel 12:1, Sura 2:98 of the Koran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light)