God is very real in our hearts and minds, and in our actions in the world, and regrettably god is insane.
The Buddhist texts on the Tibetan Book of the Dead and the lessons on the bardo states, are these a kind of Necronomicon? They are part of the body in lore and insight that we are calling the Necronomicon, yes. They are the Necronomicon, and Buddhist mysticism even teaches how to achieve states that have their basis in the beyond, though the state of openness achieved is limited. They teach practices in their meditative methods that serve as locks to perception. Again, this is perhaps necessary, but the many worlds of Buddhism are one map of the beyond. No map can be a literal reflection of the beyond, because they rely on perceptions and principles that don’t exist there, like linear space.
A wheel helps humans understand, but in the beyond there is no wheel. Mountain does the same, but there is no “ascension” or “fall” in the beyond. If there is anything like direction, it’s reflected in Tibetan mandalas. In and out.
Reality has a nested structure, implicate elements and explicate manifestation, and well… There are those who are genetically touched by “outlier” factors. Those elements humanity considers chaotic, but whose minds work exactly like the maps of the Necronomicon, “associative” thinking. Their utterances and behaviours are considered absurd and pointless, until of course they show a lucidity that “normal” people consider impossible, act in a strangely very appropriate way, or make what are “impossibly” realistic depictions of elements of “the real world”.
The autistic language described in this woman’s video?
Yes. The atonal singing, the waving body movements, the “odd” relationship to physical objects as well as their movement and order, or organization. In the context of beyond, much that is considered absurd or strange makes perfect sense. It is actually very predictable. Mutations of both viruses and “higher order” organisms for one.
Is the notion of nirvana a return to the beyond? Actually, the notion of nirvana is the evolutionary “chrysalis” stage that allows total transition into the beyond. First one must know “everything/nothing” in order to know what is beyond order as human nature shapes it.
A kind of purging? Yes. There is no death, not even there. But that change that allows going beyond is actually more frightening than organic death. This is why people choose to exist in any other way, for so long, before they move beyond.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.