Pete Tar
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    The basic element of confusion could be called “entification”, belief in the idea that discreet, objectively-existing “entities” exist. Of course in reality nothing actually discreet can be extracted from its milieu, as all aspects of the energy of experience arise, and instantly dissipate, as a continuum in consciousness.
    (Confusion is also exacerbated by the inherent INFINITY and INDEFINABILITY of the energies which appear in consciousness as experience. Not only does that indefinability readily enable easy misidentification of phenomena as entities, but after the onset of confusion, the obvious indefinability of “things” motivates a redoubled effort to find orientation and stability for ego’s safety, through denial and elaboration of the modeling fantasies.)


    "And the sixth root of two won't allow rational multiples."