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Who is the master of the universe?
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Who is the master of the universe?

By Thomas H Cullen

On the surface, the ability to discover the identity of the master of the universe feels beyond futile. And this is the ability to discover. The term is not a synonym for God, but is meant to refer to a different being. Since it seems obvious that Godís nature canít be deciphered, it then stands to reason that itís within the realm of capability to decipher the nature of the master of the universe.

When it comes to the master of the universe, the relevant idea is to do with the accomplishment of purposefully pretending to be weak. The reverse of purposefully pretending to be weak is to accidently be a real strength Ė a synonym for accidently being a real strength is to accidently be weak.

So in essence: the identity of the master of the universe can be summed up as a being who has the right to revel in being accidently weak. Unto itself, a weakness is a perspective. An accident canít be identical to a weakness, and therefore an accident is forced to be the lack of perspective Ė ergo, the master of the universe is a force which is the accomplishment of being a perspective that is not a perspective.

What is a perspective that isnít a perspective? A perspective is a limit of knowledge, which then turns the question into the nature of a limit of knowledge that isnít a limit of knowledge. Limitless knowledge is the same as limit, and so this creates a limitless limit.

If something is a limitless limit, this means that it is a restriction that is free. Restriction is the absence of travel. An absence of travel that is free is an absence of movement that is free; the free absence of movement is the unfree presence of no movement Ė the unfree presence of restriction. The unfree presence of restriction is the restriction of presence of restriction. The presence of restriction is absence, and thus the master of the universe is simply the accomplishment of no restriction.

In a sense, this identity is a double-edged sword. Thereís an obvious technical power at play, but then thereís also a lack of depth. Then again, doing the detail into the power can always perhaps resolve the disappointment.

An absence of restriction is a force that can go wherever it wants. The "force" and the "wherever" are obviously separate, and this is where the quest can potentially become interesting. The "wherever" canít be the master, which makes the location into the servant. A location is another term for separation. As a result, the master of the universe is not a separation but a unification, rendering the accomplishment into a unification that uses a separation.

In general, a unification is just an absence of split. The absence of split is the presence of no split, and the presence of no split is the presence of one. The presence of one of course isnít identical to one, and therefore itís fair to categorize the master as a deceptive one.

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