As it goes. Diving into political schoolrooms. From the history lessons, the terms ’empire’, ‘civilization’ and ‘culture’ appear very confusing to recognize corruption from welfare.
Sigmund Freud got his highs on cocaine although his ‘sexual’ discoveries from socially disturbing scripts and self-analysis let some solutions to handle the pains through private talks in a room of two bodies; the subject of the speech to be entered and reinforced.
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Empire vs Civilization
I would like Wikipedia’s narrative on the Akkadian Empire to have deconstructed at inches and set a new cycle dedicated to ‘Race of arms’.
So, for today “The Akkadian Empire” has the following proof “…was the first ancient empire of Mesopotamia, centred in the city of Akkad and its surrounding region, which the Bible also called Akkad. The empire united Akkadian and Sumerian speakers under one rule. The Akkadian Empire exercised influence across Mesopotamia, the Levant, and Anatolia, sending military expeditions as far south as Dilmun and Magan (modern Bahrain and Oman) in the Arabian Peninsula.”
Book of Revelations
USSR mainly contributed a sharp slap in atomic discourses over the intellectual élite to push the observable researches towards the linguistics and motherhood.
Evangelical design of theological studies suggests going back to the origins. Consequently touching down tune “Book of Revelations” we have what we have – there’s a devious method to increase in light the psychoanalytic knowledge from publications to ancient artifacts. In the worldwide web, the hypertext also has features of prophecies and revelations.
The following passage tells the dark side of the moon in the psychoanalytic knowledge base. Only true political circumstances made the active practitioner leave the intimate room of two selves to bang and knock the universities’ doors’ be open for work.
“One of my best students made this remark to me – it must be said that she is a Protestant, so that she knew these verses a long time before I did. But above all they absolutely do not speak about something that for Freud seems to be the key, namely, that the God of Moses is the same God as the God of Akhenaton, a God who is supposed to be One. As you know, this is very far from being the case, Yahweh talks all the time about other gods. As regards the other gods, the God of Moses simply says that one must not have relations with them, but he does not say that they do not exist. He says that one must not throw oneself at idols, but after all, this also concerns idols that represent him, as was certainly the case of the Golden Calf. They were expecting a god, they made a golden calf. It was quite natural.”Lacan, Seminar 17, 17.6.70 XV 152
Source: Psychoanalysis upside down/The reverse side of psychoanalysis 1969-1970
Translated by Cormac Gallagher from unedited French manuscripts with an eye to the official published version
Okay, going deeper. Religion, science, knowledge.
“Lacan’s attitude toward science is more ambiguous.
On the one hand, he criticizes modern science for ignoring the symbolic dimension of human existence and thus encouraging modern man “to forget his subjectivity.”
He also compares modern science to a “fully realized paranoia,” in the sense that its totalizing constructions resemble the architecture of a delusion.”Source: nosubject.com/Science
“Science is also characterized by a particular relationship to knowledge (savoir), in that science is based on the exclusion of any access to knowledge by recourse to intuition and thus forces all the search for knowledge to follow only the path of reason.”Source: nosubject.com/Science
The given illustration of a “winged genie”, c. 870 BC has another perfect match for a “man carrying goat”, 721 – 705 BC. What else a man carrying at first the internet source won’t tell ya clearly. This what theoretical science every-time lacking and needing the remedy of everything.
From his right hand the buds and flower guide to the geographic origins to Nile basin. The Blue Water Lilly is recognized to have large effects.
And it’s not the end. Moreover, “Winged genie” from his left is near to drop a heavy poppy bouquet. There’s a famous verse a few measures closer to determine a cookbook rule – “not boil a baby goat in its mother’s milk”. It’s actually enjoyable to follow the knowledge path but not honest instructions. The poppy pods and water lily below for thorough visual analysis.
The reverse side of psychoanalysis, and then get away with the ethical discussion of the rabbinic choice to commenting verses; as found, the baby goat’s ears look just strangely, metaphorically similar to Nymphaea caerulea half-blown in the pond, aka Egyptian water lily under-covered in the “man carrying goat”, 721 – 705 BC.
‘Do not cook a young goat in its mother’s milk’Source: blogs.timesofisrael.com/do-not-cook-a-young-goat-in-its-mothers-milk/
Why is this verse repeated three times (Exodus 23:19, Exodus 34:26, and Deuteronomy 14:21) in the Torah?
It should bring other issues whether young goat has cute ‘baby’ horns or not. Well, no doubt then why the Lacanian enigma of whichever Moses and Jewish G-d gains the prohibition on speaking frequently –
“Traditionally, religious Jews today do not often say this name aloud. This is because it is believed to be too holy to be spoken. However, they often use substitutes when referring to the name of their God. For example, they use HaShem (“The Name”) or Shem HaMeforash (“the indescribable Name”)“ Wikipedia contributors, “YHWH,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, https://simple.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=YHWH&oldid=6729690 (accessed April 7, 2020).
 Stanley S. Seidner,”HaShem: Uses through the Ages.” Unpublished paper, Rabbinical Society Seminar, Los Angeles, CA, 1987.
Meanwhile, the Blue Lotus is used as some decorative material in context, even no direct instructions found –
The Bible information on the lotus plant is sketchy: it grows in marshes and streams and the plant grows large enough to cover and conceal the behemoth. The Mid-Eastern lotus is the Nelumbo nucifera, also called the sacred lotus. The lotuses presence has been documented for some 5000 years. The N. nucifera is an aquatic perennial. Lotus roots, called rhizomes, grow up to 4 feet and spread in wet soils such as a marsh, pond, or river bottom. Lotus stalks grow as high as 5 – 6 feet with a horizontal spread of 3 ½ yards. Leaves and flowers grow several inches above the water surface. In the center of the lotus blossom, there is a head or pod. The pod contains round lotus seeds in small circular chambers on its flat surface. The circular chambers cradle the seeds until they are fully ripe. At that time the pod bends over and releases the seeds into the water. Seeds fall to the bottom of the water, takes root, and in turn produce new lotus plants. Often dried lotus pods with seeds are used in flower arrangements.Source: Job and the Lotus Plant, God as a Gardener
Experiencing God through Plants