Trialogue #13: The Apocalypse (Terence McKenna, R. Sheldrake, R. Abraham) [FULL]


Trialogue #13: The Apocalypse

Esalen, Big Sur, California 1989 – 1990

The apocalyptic tradition: paranoid self-fulfilling prophecy or an intuition of instability? Stripping the provincialism from apocalyptic messages. Apocalyptic scenarios, including the ‘God-whistle’ theory. The ecological catastrophe as the appropriate interpretation of the Apocalypse. Steering the Apocalypse toward a tolerable conclusion. The power of faith.

Big Bang cosmology as a projection of the Judaeo-Christian model of history. The fate of the sun. The projection of the Apocalypse in 2012. Ecological catastrophe and forces of novelty that may create planetary metamorphosis. Global crucifixion. The recovery of Eden. The personal apocalypse: a glimpse of post-mortal life. Interplanetary morphic resonance. The green version of the apocalyptic vision.

Art: Hieronymus Bosch ‘The Garden Of Earthly Delights’ (right panel detail) 1503-1504

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