Author: Didymas St. Judas, "The Other Guise"
JOY = The Joke's On You (graphics slowly under construction)
SOM = Songs Of Mystery
Art on Index page: "The Ancient of Days" by William Blake. "Like Blake's demiurge in The Ancient of Days, Urizen leaps out of eternity and reaches down into the dark void with his compasses to measure, to divide, and to imprison." Richard Smith, managing editor, The Nag Hammadi Library
(I must apologize for all the redundancies due to the re-creation of the thesis and the evolution of the site.)
I am the medium whose life has been usurped in order to bring this message into being (No, I am not a psychic medium). However, I am also the message. Therefore, depending on circumstances, I speak in the first person–singular; and sometimes I take a more omniscient–plural–point of view. And sometimes I speak to (or of) the flock and sometimes I speak to the shepherds.
In order to feel good about yourself, you must first see the true nature of your self!
This is a work that celebrates the relationships of duality, not the distinctions and conflicts; it emphasizes the similarities in things, not their differences. Therefore, I do not follow the politically correct trend of delineating the sexual pronouns. Language is confusing enough. Man, men, he, etc., at all times means mankind, or manus: "of the earth" (unless otherwise stated). Science has shrunk matter out of physical existence making it over into abstract mathematics, the so-called male aspect of existence. This work brings matter, mater, "mother" back to the forefront.