mist-ery: mYstory : misterY

The appearance of angels doesn't lean toward reality …

Given that never before in history have the users of technology been so removed from how something works it comes as no surprise that technicity attracts the gnostic, or god-ness. This is something to do with proximity and relations. 'We know' for example, that light produces colours depending on angles of refraction. (Hell that feels good, the authority of 'We'.) But what produces colour on a computer screen? Do numbers do that? What do the actions that produce colour look like — can the actions be seen (represented) , or, do they ever appear? Nature's Mysteries (which science attempts to know as Truth and never belief or story) are superceded by the mysteries of technicity: minute connections at microscopic levels; the algorithm as the new prayer. Intuition doesn't lend itself to algorithms (the scientist said) and the appearance of angels opens portals in the most banal locations — divinity is always unexpected … is this academic? I expect not. Is it knowledge? Not that either. But this is writing, one sign after another, never arriving, and never sure …
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