Tenders enter the unscripted pages.
Lenterics come to show at all events.
Stellar principles are followed.
Absolutes are monitored and elected.
“Lenterics come to show at all events.” – The term lenterics (again, a personified reference in Gaia Portal fashion) seems to be an allusion to the term lenticular, which refers to things relating to lenses and is etymologically associated to the seed legume lentils. The shame of a lens is a circular three-dimensional object with a convex side and a flat side, and when made of a transparent material, bends light to magnify objects seen through it. Therefore, one who has the ability to magnify things so they are more easily seen can be thought of as a lenteric, which can be interpreted in a metaphysical way to refer to ideas, concepts or knowledge—an analog of truth. A teacher or lecturer presents information that could consist of images, slides, videos or objects that elucidate or make plain a concept to a group of people. A newscaster or journalist can also be thought of as one who presents information. As such, anyone who has the capacity to reveal information to others, making what is already present more available (magnification) can be thought of as a lenteric, within this interpretation.
“Stellar principles are followed.” – The term stellar refers to stars or the Sun. The term principle is a fundamental truth or concept of some kind, which is by nature, metaphysical yet expressed in physicality. For example, idea that water makes things wet is a singular principle expressed in many different ways. Also, the principle of gender states that a catalyzing force activates hidden potentials, such as seeing someone in pain invoking a feeling of compassion or sympathy—tenderness. A principle of truth is a singularity in that it is one idea, which can be shared in many minds but never limited as a result, a property or principle of the metaphysical world of ideas. Consider that one book can be read by many different people and the quality of what is presented is never limited or deterred. Conversely, if one were to copy the book using a Xerox machine or photocopy, making new copies for each person using the preceding copy, the quality of the text would degrade with each copy, eventually becoming unreadable. Therefore metaphysical things, ideas, or principles—in this case—are singularities within consciousness, a single thing that can be possessed by many but no one person has exclusive ownership of such that using it prevents others from doing so as well.
“Absolutes are monitored and elected.” – The term absolute refers to something that is not qualified or diminished in anyway; something that never changes or wavers. By not qualified, I mean that it is not made manifest. Consider that the term quality refers to an aspect of something, which is by nature limited in time and space. An apple has qualities of roundness—to name one—which by definition cannot be absolute as round things are not also square. The concept of absolutes can be tricky to understand because they are transcendent of the physical realms of time and space. For example, the awareness that is at the seat or foundation of our beingness can be considered an absolute. It’s easier to understand what an absolute is not than to describe what one is.
“Fellowships return.” – This statement is a logical consequence of all the preceding, most especially the prior referring to absolutes that are monitored and elected. As was just described, the creator is both father and mother of all things in creation. This means that we are each divine brothers and sisters to each other, which immediately causes a recognition of the potential of fellowship. The term fellowship refers to a friendly association as a result of recognizing a common interest. Concert goers can be thought of as being in fellowship with other fans of a musician. Worshipers of Christianity are in fellowship because of their desire to be Christians. And those who monitor and elect absolutes, those who recognize that the prime creator exists and seeks it out share a common bond with their fellow brothers and sisters who do the same. This statement can be interpreted to mean that love, friendship and familial bonding is not only an earthly concept—although this is a fractal reflection of spiritual bonding—it is a reality that once recognized restores order and balance because it is an aspect of the truth. In this way, to fight and rage against our fellows in a controversial way, to enslave or oppress another is an action which denies the realities of fellowship, a symptom of separation consciousness. But in truth, at the very core of who we are, there is one family in the game of spiritual progress together in fellowship.
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