The Four Pillars Of Fiction – Part 1: A Matter of Time

I always love & appreciate Clint’s work, he writes everything that I want to write and am thinking on a “daily” basis. I view this existence through the same set of spiritual eyes and I long for I return to the land. One can never own anything and there is no time. We are always in a present state of now, so if you are trading away your ‘now’ for artificial valuation, you can benefit from reading Clint’s essays.There is no greater feeling of peace and fulfillment of the Soul than comprehending the knowledge of the Bible
Get yourself a Strong’s Concordance, Webster’s 1828 dictionary, and a good legal dictionary. I have a Ballentine’s 3rd Edition and a Black’s Law 6th edition that I use to decode the sorcerer’s spells… The quote below will sum it up perfectly.
“A word is not a crystal, transparent and unchanged, it is the skin of a living thought and may vary greatly in color and content according to the circumstances in which it is used.”
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in Towne vs. Eisner, 245 US 418, 425 (1918)



“The intuition of the moral sentiment is an insight of the perfection of the laws of the soul. These laws execute themselves. THEY ARE OUT OF TIME,OUT OF SPACE, and not subject to circumstance.”

—Ralph Waldo Emerson


As I progress further into the deeper realms of comprehension surrounding this strange fictional world built upon nothing but the legal matrix code of word magic, as if finally starting to see only the figurative, insubstantial code that makes up The Matrix as a legal (artificial) simulation in all its digital design and functionality, I wanted to share perhaps the singular element of this fictional construct that must falsely exist as a necessary foundation to support that whole maddening, artificial world. For behind the curtain of the wizard we do not find any controls or magic artifacts to govern the planet and its inhabitants. Instead…

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