Pneuma and Accreted Pneuma.

The accretions of the pneuma in the way they have occurred for Narps are extreme (to the extent that we know pneuma can be accreted) agglomerations of it. The accretive point is largely the word. The word point binds the various kinds of pneuma, (the image, the use, the emotive) together. This means there is a sense (at least in in the powerful manifestation that some sort of something exists outside of words) in which umbratically restrained pneuma is out there in a quasi separate sense to the Narp field. This unconceptualised pneuma is tentatively name cthonic in the CEO terminology (the phantasy of pneuma that has no interpretation to it -of course for pneuma there is always some attributable response to, even the unknown is known as the unknown).

This separation exists insofar as the Narp accretes the separation as pneuma (it perceives the difference between itself and externality in some incoherent manner); remember any conceptual change is a change in pneuma, that’s what it means. The pneuma exists in a looser accretive form, than word-binding. If we find it cogent that Narps would still encounter rocks and for whatever reason not have named them, then we get close to this idea. Before the naming it exists only as a force. It will still exert power of resistance but let us say for the sake of the argument, it has not received linguistic attention. This is still pneuma because, resistance is still pneuma that says ‘you cannot lift me’ ‘you cannot pass through me’ etc. The use term is the next stage. Rock as usage begins the binding of the pneuma. This usage taxonomy might include many things we would not later call rock, possibly even phenomena like trees, or the earth itself. This is because it is turning on use criteria and not attempting to be a definitional category. This process though begins the accreting of pneuma. The naming binds the associated pneuminous elements of the usage together. There is at this stage very little reflection upon the matter. This is something more like assimilation where the force of the phenomena demands the assimilation of the Narp.

Beyond the usage sphere is the phenomena described herein as the pneuminous accretion. The word usage association has occurred so many times and some degree of reflection has occurred upon it that have narrowed its focus to try to mean a quite specific phenomena. This gives it the impression it designates precisely, when in fact of course the accretion may yet be divided again in the future. The pneuminous accretion now feeds back to actually narrow the perception and potentially (via pneuminous interference) the umbratic restraint itself (this is clearly a contentious aspect, but one that follows from the magickally accepting arm of one of the basest agnostic disjunctions (magick obtains or does not obtain).

It must be clear though that there is no sharp distinction between word and putatively ‘real’ thing. The word summons the thing as accretion: say ‘rock’ and look in the pure pneuma (your mind), and a rock will appear, so might also appear the mythological bird, this is nature of accreted pneuma. That ‘rockness’ is embedded in the word by the accreted pneuma that has bound the cthonic to the umbratic restrained-pneuma, to the usage, to the reflected dictionary word (full blown accretion).

Once into dictionary mode the connections proliferate along all manner of rhyming, semantic axes. Clearly these lines can be formed in the usage stage too, yet the reflective stage is the one that more generates poetic reflection which in turn serves to weave the pneuminous threads along their infinite travels. Rock-roc-Eagle-eager-enthused-bemused-be-mused-inspire-within the holy lies the eagle stone…

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