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Asmodeus

Ann Campbell


The human eye can distinguish fifteen or sixteen shades of gray. A computer image processor, analyzing a fingerprint can distinguish two hundred fifty-six shades of gray, which is impressive. More impressive, however, is the human heart, mind, and soul, which can distinguish an infinite number of emotional, psychological, and moral shadings, from the blackest of black to the whitest of white.

in psy-ops we deal with the blackest of black and the whitest of white

Asmodeus

not here for me

saw The General's Daughter again sunday, watched it several years before. decide to check it out online discovering it's based on a book by Nelson DeMille [+][+][+] & the general's daughter reads Nietzsche. don't think movie specifically mentions Nietzsche; however: whatever hurts you makes me stronger. Nietzsche: Out of life's school of war: What does not destroy me, makes me stronger (Twilight of the Idols). tracking down quote got me to What Nietzsche Really Said (Rumor #24. Nietzsche Praised War) & connection to Heraclitus that made me search for Nietzsche-Arthur + Nietzsche-Sumeria. this entry unpacks Cycle #38 Hendoku-Iyaku Transits.

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