Rodit Timeline: Diamond Time
Rodit Timeline: Diamond Time
In several of the novels of the United States of America’s Grand Master (1974) of science fiction, Robert A. Heinlein (1907-88) the Time Corps, also known as the Circle of Ourobouros, symbolized by the archetype of the world snake that devours itself and gives birth to itself endlessly, has a prominent role. Owing much to Heinlein’s preoccupations with immortality and his ‘Gay Deciever’ continua car, capable of accessing any and all universes, real or imaginary, fueled by water, rather than benzine, the basic constituent of petrol, which molecular structure was vouchsafed to German organic chemist, August Kekulé, in a dream (c. 1862) of the self-devouring and self-begetting ourobouros archetype, the Time Corps, able to travel through time and space, as depicted in ‘” - All You Zombies - “’ (1959), even fertilize their own mother’s and father themselves, `It's a shock to have it proved to you that you can't resist seducing yourself.`1 As described in Heinlein’s 1973 novel, Time Enough For Love, in which his immortal character, Lazarus Long, doing that too, confers upon himself a form of immortality of the flesh, '… liking yourself was the necessary first step toward loving other people.'2
However, according to the Eastern religions of the subcontinent of India, for example, Hinduism, based on the Vedas (1500-500 B.C.), and the Buddhism of 5th century Gautama Buddha, the immortal body is a ‘diamond body’, which derives from the fact that the human system is that of a carbon based life form and under pressure coal, that is, carbon, becomes diamond over a period of perhaps millions of years. In The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche, developmental psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961),3 argued for an interpretation of the ourobouros archetype as a diamond body producer. Jung’s thesis was that humans projected onto the ‘other’ whatever they were dealing with psychologically, which initiated a chemical process in the mind that the ancient alchemical philosophers described in their operations to discover the lapis philosophorum at the bottom of their glass alembic flasks, that is, the ‘stone of the wise’, which had the power to produce the elixir of immortality. According to Jung, the projection process causing the alchemists to do this was the activity of the self-begetting and self-devouring ourobouros archetype. It was followed by a process of introjection, whereby the projected contents of the unconscious mind were analysed and made conscious. For Jung the process was mystical, that is, the immortal diamond body resulted from the activity of the archetype.
The archetype was a close approximation to God to Jung, who found signs of what he called a single facultas preformandi in the psyche of every individual he encountered in the course of his professional activity as a psychoanalyst. This ‘God archetype’ produced guidance to growth from the unconscious self of humans during dreams, imagination, and art, etc., in the guise of symbols and figures. The main figures recognizable were the contrasexual components; the anima in a man and the animus in a woman. The anima appeared as wife, mother, daughter, etc., while the animus was represented as a throng of male admirers characteristic of a woman’s capacity for criticism, which Jung determined as ‘public opinion’. In the course of the developmental growth of the individual, a process Jung termed the individuation process, projected contents of the unconscious became consciously understood and introjected, that is, science advanced and medicine produced immortality, although there was mystery.
The activity of projecting and introjecting unconscious psychic contents seemed to be viewed as actually producing the diamond body by initiating chemical processes in the human brain, which the Eastern religions of Hinduism and Buddhism referred to in their treatises on the virtues of meditation and their focus on the desirability of activating what they called the chakra system of the human body, a series of energy points, situated along the spine of the human, with the lowest at the base of the spine, the Muladhara chakra, and the highest at the crown of the head, Sahasrara chakra, representing a higher awareness and intelligence than that of the animal body, which corresponded to carbon in the process of producing diamond under pressure.
Jung differed somewhat from that of his ‘Vienna School’ mentor, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), ‘father of psychoanalysis’, whose thesis was that humans were sexually repressed, which produced an unconscious that he called the ‘id’, where monsters lurked to spring at the unwary, controlled by societal conditioning manifesting inside the psyche, as what he termed ‘Superego’. Jung viewed human nature as naturally developmental, that is, they were immortal chemically, while the demons and devils of the Hindu and Buddhist chakra system, that had to be overcome in meditation, represented the parasites of slavery, living from the human host womb, thwarting humanity in its natural progression from flesh to diamond body immortality, through the chemistry of its love for life, and knowledge.
Most interesting was Jung’s examination of the endogamous instinct, loosely categorized as incest, that is, marriage within the extended family, or tribe, as opposed to exogamy, which was marriage with a stranger. The anima, as a manifestation of endogamy, developed individuationally through the various phases of mother, sister, wife, and daughter, etc., which was her guiding role. The animus was more complicated in that incest was a taboo designed to ensure that women married a species not their own. As women were hermaphroditic, as the futanarian race of women’s seed, all of the human host wombs were theirs, which meant that in order for men to marry women, and then institute ring slavery in parasitism, they’d have to prevent the human race of women’s seed from having sex with its own species’ family. Women’s animus corresponded to Freud’s Superego in the sense that the throng of men characterizing a woman’s contrasexual component represented disapproval of her singular nature. Moreover, the animus surrounded women as a corralled animal, because that’s what men are for.
Death is a significant aspect of parasitism in slavery. If humans were immortal with diamond bodies, they’d be wiser, and more able to avoid the evil. The Christian Bible, based on the Torah and Talmud, which is the history and law of Judaism, describes how death came into the world through the angel, Satan, who argued against God’s plan that the human host be greater than the angelic and was turned into a serpent as a punishment and placed in the paradise of Eden. The serpent, Satan, gave the woman, Eve, the ‘fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil’, which it was death to taste, saying ‘You shall be as gods.’ (Gen: 3. 5) Expelling Eve and the first man created by God, Adam, from Eden for rejecting ‘the fruit of the tree of life’, that is, immortality, God told Eve her ‘seed’ would prevail, ‘You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.’ (Gen: 3. 15) The ‘foot’ of the woman is her futanarian species, which doesn’t want to be a slave of a parasite.
The religion of Christianity emerged from the acceptance of the New Testament teaching of Jesus, ‘Christ’, ‘the chosen’, who was believed to supersede that of the Jews’ Old Testament, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) Jesus, born from his mother, the Virgin Mary, uncontaminated by male semen was Eve’s ‘foot’, as Mary’s depicted crushing the head of the serpent with it in Christian iconography. Executed as punishment for being with a woman, Jesus was taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem in Roman occupied Palestine, during the reign of the Emperor Tiberius Caesar Augustus (14-37 C.E.), where he was nailed to a cross of wood and died, but he experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven in prefiguration of that of women’s seed, who have nature’s diamond body.
Christianity’s promise is that of an immortality in which the individual won’t be a slave to parasitism, whereas it’s in the interests of the serpent’s seed of men, that is, the slaver functioning as a parasite, that humans die as ephemerals; lacking the knowledge of those able to escape them through immortal wisdom. They’re die ‘em on time. According to the Old Testament of the Bible, humanity’s allotted time span is, ‘three score years and ten’, that is, death is due at 70 years of age, which the demons of diamond time aim to ensure happens for a variety of reasons; not least the possession of property and wealth through the death of the owner. Heinlein’s warning is of a Time Corps of deviling diamonds, as death makes all others slaves in parasitism.
1 Heinlein, Robert A. ‘”- All You Zombies -”’, June 11th, 1958.
2 Heinlein, Time Enough For Love, ‘Da Capo’, VII, New York: Putnam, 1973, p.587.
3 Jung, Carl G. (transl. R. F. C. Hull), The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche, ‘The Structure of the Psyche’ (1927/31), Collected Works, Vol. 8, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970.