Keys and Rings

  • Once lost in the mazes and riddles of Rules and Assumptions it is difficult to work one’s way back the the central hypothesis of the Anthropomystikon; The Dogma. This blog, as explained in the introduction, is not intended to befuddle the reader. As a catechism for initiates, the expressed doctrines and their implications are essential to deciphering The Dogma, and, through proper Art and Practice, unlocking Anthropomystikon. Any Ring of ours is not without it’s Key! A Ring is formed when all of the Implications, or Assumptions, encircling the Doctrines, or Rules, meet; having no identifiable point of origin. It is desired that each acolyte would find himself at the centre of interlocking Rings. Though, like the Circus Maximus of old, this Ring shaped arena is not without it’s wild beasts. Every maze has its Minotaur. Fortunately for you, dear reader, we have taken on the role of the ringmaster, guiding our audience with a most brilliant spotlight in the form of oratory. We have handed you the Keys, so that you, through art and practice, may bind and loose in accord with the Anthropomystikon.
  • -Ring; Is it proposed that all life is of common origin yet that all differentiation and speciation result from continuous endogamy of select pairs? •Key: Each life, as opposed to all life, is a piece in a distinct puzzle, that is a collection of alike mating-pairs. New puzzle pieces were carved through isolated breeding so that, eventually, out-group breeding became impossible between refined species, yet remained optional for those of mixed blood.
  • Ring; Isolated Breeding is supposed to have altered the creatures, how then is belief in hybridisation supported? •Key: Because of the interrelatedness of all life, there exist intermediary forms that are capable of breeding both downwards and upwards, thus the threat of down-breeding is posed by those throwback communities and individuals who have internalised bestial-taint yet are capable of breeding within the word of men.
  • Ring; The primordial sludge, it is suggested, is the common origin of all life, containing within its one being *all possible traits*, this one being, of ultimate potential, was disintegrated via speciation. Wouldn’t then hybridisation be able to be undone? Key: This entity which we discuss is The Monad, harmonised within its being was all of creation, yet, the distinction between *all life* and *each life* was inherent then, as it is now. It is proposed that this being could reproduce itself hermaphroditically as is observed in certain flora and sea-creatures. That among the random offspring was selected, per chance, a multitude of creatures, and that, in this orgy of creation, were born both unique creatures through selected breeding, and intermediary creatures, or hybrids through mixed breeding. Hybridisation between more seemingly dissimilar creatures remained possible in these early stages of life because each creature was of the same heritage as the next, this would only change by way of select breeding wherein certain traits were isolated so much so that interbreeding would be supplanted by inbreeding, because of the refined disparity between species such intermixing cannot be undone as the bloodlines have been so continually purified that recessive traits,being newer and less fortified, are cancelled out by more dominant and elderly traits.
  • -Ring; If out of an orgy of random creatures came select species, then what is the explanation for mutation? •Key: As illustrated by The Dogma, continual consanguinity among select breeds strengthens type, this means that more recent traits, therefore traits of greater purification are inevitably weaker than more antiquated types which have a greater resemblance to the primordial sludge and are therefore capable of genetically overpowering purity.