By means of radical contingency, the previously undefinable formlessness can now be defined by its form, thereby transforming the subjective expérience into objective reality.
Radical Contingency is defined by the Science of Magic as the Yod (diving rod) converging with a perpendicular 90 degree opposition. This cosmology takes place under the timing of this writing following the 2021 Venus SUPERIOR Conjunction with the Sun.
According to the Oxford dictionary definition of contingency (below): “the expressly polar opposites are categorically exclusive meaning in this sense that the contingency inevitably creates definable conceptual regions which are objective when the contents can be conjecturally supported.”
What makes radical contingency the EMERGENT BEING as opposed to the EMERGENT BECOMING of the Twin Flame Experience, for example? BEING is determined by focus. Full Attention on the OBJECT OF DESIRE transfers OBJECTIVE into SUBJECTIVE.
This CONVERSION state is known as the transformation of desire, a quality value quantified by the apparatus (the pendulum motion measuring the raising of the kundalini serpent power from lower chakras to the higher.
Quantum Reality is a dynamic interplay of opposites in which inner desire is no longer in pursuit of the external object/ive. It is essential to understand that the external object is also an external objective fulfilling the focus of an inner agenda projected outwards, i.e. the fulfillment of desire. With the embodiment of consciousness regarding this dynamic of opposites, the externally perceived source of attraction is successfully transferred from the stationary object/objectification (acted upon) into an internal dynamic of the quantum reality in which past/preset/future are simultaneous.
The (r)evolution of desire into quantum reality is therefore the shift from OBJECT to SUBJECT, from EMERGENT BECOMING into EMERGENT BEING.
Quantum Reality: SUBJECT is a dynamic interplay of opposites in which the inner desire no longer pursues the external OBJECT. The externally perceived source of attraction is successfully transferred from the stationary object/objectification (acted upon) into an internal dynamic of the quantum as energy in motion (e-motion) as subject/actor of a quantum experiment.
The “I don’t know” state in which the glass is both half-empty and half-full. This is the nuanced space between the opposites, the ideal state of being, in which external events take over without any effort at all by the Subject.
RADICAL CONTINGENCY = THIRD STATE OF NUANCE SHIFTING INTO A NEW ABSOLUTE AS A RETREAT FROM STILLNESS INTO THE QUANTUM REALITY OF KAIROS.
A RETREAT from THE ABSOLUTE into MOVEMENT requires action away from the CENTER ( STILLNESS) towards one side or the other. Such action removes the SUBJECT from the ROOT or ORIGIN — with far-reaching implications for the nature of reality. See dictionary definitions of RADICAL and CONTINGENCY below:
- Traditionally, contingency is defined in a contradictory way to mean either the dependence on or disrelation from an initial point.
- In Quentin Meillassoux’s philosophy, contingency is defined as radical contingency, meaning that all of one thing reacts or results from another. For example, our notion of time may be supervened upon by supervenience itself.
- In philosophy, contingency always means a perpendicular (90-degree average relation), meaning each set of polar opposites supervenes equally with no other supervenience than some other such set of opposites, assuming anything can be part of an opposite pair or would be part of some more extreme opposite in which it would be included. Thus, the expressly polar opposites are categorically exclusive meaning in this sense that the contingency inevitably creates definable conceptual regions which are objective when the contents can be conjecturally supported, and the result scales proportionally to the number of categories and dimensions, and poles, etc.
- (especially of change or action) relating to or affecting the fundamental nature of something; far-reaching or thorough.
- “a radical overhaul of the existing regulatory framework”
- synonyms: thoroughgoing · thorough · complete · total · entire · absolute · utter · comprehensive · exhaustive · root-and-branch · sweeping · far-reaching · wide-ranging · extensive · profound · drastic · severe · serious · major · desperate · stringent · violent · forceful · rigorous · draconia. antonyms: superficial
- forming an inherent or fundamental part of the nature of someone or something.
- “the assumption of radical differences between the mental attributes of literate and nonliterate peoples”
- synonyms: fundamental · basic · essential · quintessential · inherent · innate · structural · deep-seated · intrinsic · organic · constitutive · root. antonyms: minor
- (of surgery or medical treatment) thorough and intended to be completely curative.
- advocating or based on thorough or complete political or social change; representing or supporting an extreme or progressive section of a political party: “a radical American activist”
- synonyms: revolutionary · progressive · reforming · reformist · revisionist · progressivist · leftist · left-wing · socialist · anticapitalist · extreme · extremist · fanatical · militant · diehard · red · swivel-eyed. antonyms: conservative · reactionary · moderate
- characterized by independence of or departure from tradition; innovative or unorthodox: “the daring, avant-garde spirit of the music was too radical for the conservative audience”
- synonyms: unusual · irregular · unorthodox · unfamiliar · unwonted · rare · out of the ordinary · atypical · singular · distinctive · individual · individualistic · free-spirited · alternative · different · new · fresh · novel · newfangled · innovative · groundbreaking · experimental · pioneering · original · unprecedented · unheard of · eccentric · idiosyncratic · maverick · quirky · odd · strange · bizarre · weird · outlandish · freakish · funny · quaint · queer · curious · abnormal · anomalous · aberrant · extraordinary · offbeat · off-center · esoteric · nonconformist · bohemian · outré · avant-garde · left-field · freaky · way out · far out · oddball · wacky · cranky · kinky · screwy · off the wall · something else · madcap · zany · hippy · rum · kooky · wacko · bizarro · backassward. antonyms: conventional · orthodox · ordinary
- linguistics: denoting or relating to the roots of a word.
- music: belonging to the root of a chord.
- mathematics: of the root of a number or quantity.
- botany: of, or springing direct from, the root or stem base of a plant.
- NORTH AMERICAN (informal): very good; excellent. “Okay, then. Seven o’clock. Radical!” synonyms: excellent · wonderful · marvelous · magnificent · superb · splendid · glorious · sublime · lovely · delightful · first-class · first-rate · outstanding · consummate · perfect · super · great · smashing · amazing · amazeballs · fantastic · tremendous · phenomenal · sensational · incredible · heavenly · divine · stellar · gorgeous · dreamy · grand · fabulous · fab · fabby · fantabulous · brill · awesome · magic · supercalifragilisticexpialidocious · ace · crack · cool · mean · bad · wicked · mega · crucial · mind-blowing · far out · A1 · sound · out of this world · marvy · spanking · dope · def · phat · brilliant · bosting · peachy · dandy · jim-dandy · neat · badass · boss · rad · boffo · bully · bitching · bodacious · crackerjack · on fleek · beaut · bonzer · kif · lank · groovy · capital · champion · wizard · corking · cracking · ripping · spiffing · top-hole · topping · swell · keen · goodly. antonyms: dreadful · awful · horrible
- NOUN. radical (noun) · radicals (plural noun)
- a person who advocates thorough or complete political or social reform; a member of a political party or part of a party pursuing such aims. synonyms: revolutionary · progressive · reformer · revisionist · leftist · left-winger · socialist · militant · zealot · extremist · fanatic · diehard · ultra · red. antonyms: conservative · reactionary · moderate.
- chemistry: a group of atoms behaving as a unit in a number of compounds. See also free radical.
- the root or base form of a word.
- any of the basic set of 214 Chinese characters constituting semantically or functionally significant elements in the composition of other characters and used as a means of classifying characters in dictionaries.
- a radical sign.
- mathematics: a quantity forming or expressed as the root of another.