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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

.... At birth, human beings are reactive and they are controlled by the iron law of action-reaction and stimulus-response. Many remain there for their... ...ifferentiate themselves from the masses. They are able to break free of the law of action-reaction so they can elevate themselves to the spiritual di... ...ogical life, because it is a type of life that is no longer subject to the law of death and entropy. Not every populace has a soul or is capable o... ...ble to say whether they are right or wrong but, as the title of my article states, I do have something new and impossible to propose, regarding matte... ...ght I would here like to affirm the principle of circular causality, which states that reality is circular, just like a wheel is circular. Linear re... ...e must simply accept the brutal coherence of Saint Thomas of Aquino, which states that the damned are necessary to glorify God, or Saint Paul’s, who... ...ng a kingdom on this earth where human beings, with their souls and bodies united, could live freely and completely, free from any type of slavery, ... ... confines of this universe’s space-time. Many human lives, when they are united socially and historically, create a language and a culture. From t... ...is transformed into billions of cells, each one differentiated and yet all united together to reach a specific goal: the life of a human organism. ...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

...ction and, once it is created, it is no longer subject to death nor to the law of entropy. It is immortal and it guarantees immortality to those who... ...d by Sophia University of Rome 1995). This awareness and this wisdom, united with the art of self-transformation (Sophia-Art and Cosmo-Art), he... ...lf of his guilt and has also served his rightful sentence according to the law, is shocked by this and he remembers what his master had told him lon... ...dentity so we can acquire a better one, even though this is an ineluctable law of life that we do so. We don’t want to have to experience emptiness... ...hen this occurs it is a work of art made by the man and the woman, who are united in a common goal: the fusion of the masculine and the feminine prin... ...re deeply on the meaning of the facts that are narrated. Homer clearly states in three different places that Ulysses suffered immensely because ... ...l. Of the various principles that I have formulated, one of my favorite’s states: “ outer reality corresponds to inner reality”. It is never by cha... ..., they ate the cattle sacred to the Sun. In the introduction Homer also states that Ulysses suffers because of the “trials” that he has to underg...

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