Chorus: let us sing freely of the void.
Plato: The one seeks further into the knowledge of entity. Thus that has occurred, will occur, such is the force of entity.
Socrates: Is entity just, or is it injust. If cold is relevant to hot, is not entity correlative to non-entity. Or such as it shall be?
Plato: As a whole, total, complete; both exist together to form the bond of atoms. These bond between everything and nothing exist because we exist. I am everything and I am nothing.
Kant: But is not the transcendent thought a way to seek divine purpose. It is such that our wills are determined not by rational necessity, but by the Prime Creator.
Hume: Such is the development of the mind, body, and soul. As we are disorder we feel the compelling necessity to reach out beyond to the realm of order. In this spiritual awakening we all are but asleep to our own perceptions. And thus once thyne will begunst anew, the refreshing clarity of what is, what is to come, and what shall pass is beyond what this reality comprehends.
Aristotle: as such, one may be everything, something, and noting. The genius of self is as universal as the cosmos. As one wills, such determines the course of nature. And as such, Earth is a zone of free-will.
Socrates: If free will is will, what is to not free will? Is it chance, luck fortune or is it already predetermined. Is but the course of nature the nature of course?
Chorus: Le the law of one be now expressed.
Plato: As a three dimensional entity, our being is incorporated into the universal constant. Thus our wills effect all planes, as all planes affect our being. Thus the will cycles through a natural occurrence and thyne self-expands into other dimensional planes.
Kant: How such is the thought void of communication? If one communicates with oneself the reality of entity thus expands upon all planes of reality. As reality is dependent upon the individual, thus must we compose all states into natural evolution.
Socrates: If a state is selective, what is selective about a state? If one enters into the divine, the Prime Creator is not then thus the entrance into a dimensional plane of reality?
Aristotle: The law sates as such that all is encompassed in the divine law. Although, the law of the divine states that the reality I situational to the user, as such, one may experience various selective states that promote the continuance of order.
Kant: As it may be, is not the experience a continuum of all reality? Is not the subjective self in direct relation to all that is the cosmos. If the cosmos is within all, the cosmos is without. As such, the thought enfolds into the mind of men who such as time passes, develop into an altered plane of reality.
Hume: Is not this altered plane the perception of the void? If the void is nothing, it is everything. As such, consulting this plane develops the inference of the conscious mind. If one develops into the relation of the void, is no the relation of the void?
Plato: As the development of one, such is the being complete in himself. He consists of all cosmos, all planes, all dimensions and thus propagates himself knowledge through direct inference of this plane.
Socrates: If one is in the plane, is not the plane of one? If one is but equal to zero, is not zero also equal to one? Wise are foolish and the foolish are wise.
Aristotle: As such, the term individual must be represented on a collective basis. If one is of the collective order, does not the individual feel compelled to throw away all what is within his power. If what is in his power is thought within his dimensional plane, is not thus the ability to cipher, learn, and relate the greatest course of divinity.
Socrates: Divinity is neither good nor evil, both exist in the plane of reality. These polar entities disrupt the energy field and produce the stasis of development. One must learn to commune with these energies to develop subjective entity.
Hume: As entity is the experience of the subjective self, is not the transcendence a metamorphosis; as a larva to a butterfly. Once a butterfly, free will is the ability to fly in this three dimensional plane.
Kant: As a thought entwines our being, such must we fly into the subjective relationship of our being. In this experience the order is reason to restrain, and as such, on must seek further, emotional clarity to restore the balance of all planes.
Aristotle: As such, our discourse follows that man is God is man. Thus we will see into our experience the reality that seems most logical. If logic is based upon the laws of nature, is not nature the law of logic?
Chorus: Such a sate we must relate.
Socrates: If one is one, is not the one also one. If the being is being, is not the being; being?
Plato: All relates that through controls the ability to seek further into the void. As such, the being relates to entities of woven fabric by existential communication. Thus what one perceives is all but what the logos of others attempts to understand. As in the light such energy grows.
Kant: Now if light is knowledge and darkness ignorance, is all but the completion of both a fundamental flaw in nature? If both are each other, how can one control self? Is not the reason the control energy of vital importance to those who wish to seek further deliverance?
Hume: Deliverance from an objective plane basis itself in the dimensional reality of order. Thus as order continually evolves upon matter, the realm of possibly expands in direct relation to what it shall be.
Plato: As it shall be shall it be as. For what one relates through his subjective core is but the premise of all dimensional planes. This thought in a form, is what correlates to the understanding of what is. As such, what is; is right.
Socrates: If right is wrong and wrong is right, is not the premise of existence to underline the individuals subjective art?
Aristotle: Subjective art is a relation of man to the cosmos. As such, in a trance of state of medium ship, true reality is related to the collective community. Those with understanding accept these states and further reach into the cosmos.
Plato: To reach into the cosmos is to reach into oneself. As one is complete with the cosmos, so such is it to be that all planes may relate through thyne.
Hume: As a thought, all is of the word. And thus the words expand the dimensions that thus control thyne. If what appears, such shall it be.
Chorus: Let us sing, let us bring, a new ushering in a day and thing.
Kant: As it may be it shall be so. If one enters into the dimensional plane of thought, all realities combine to form a division of essence. IN this essence, one may continue to find a solution the bearings of logic. As such, the logic defined by nature exemplifies the moment of occurrence, and as such entwines the being into the divisions of planes. In these planes, the thought enters into a continuality that is dependent on the source, and as such the source is dependent on the continuality.
Hume: If such is as it shall, shall as it such shall be. If the void is all of the cosmos the essence of planes promotes the ability to defy all logical boundaries as such. As the boundaries of spheres is what encompasses each dimension. Each sphere, or dimension, entails its own logial thought and premise upon the accountability of the entities. These entities, revealing themselves through mediums, such instill knowledge that is beyond all linear happenings.
Socrates: If what is beyond is beyond what is, is not such a plane a thought upon a being? IF the being receives these thoughts through the ether, is not the fixed point singularity inside a common goal to relate to all.
Plato: The one relates through everything that is inside. Its essence is eternal and permeable through the core of what is. As such, the one who develops its sense of security, such instills the energy wired through the cosmos.
Chorus: The cosmos enstills as enstillings the cosmos.
Aristotle: As the law of one entails all dimensions, it results in cause and effect. The effect of a cause entwines the divinity of nature and thus expands upon the relation of essence. If one searches what has been found, is not the being concurrent to the relationship of the cosmos. Perhaps, the logic of spirituality and energy exhibit positive sources that exemplify the ability of thought and as a thought searches itself, it relates the planes that control the three dimensional essence.
Socrates: If essence is thought and though is essence, is not the ability of thought a word in essence?
Aristotle: As it may be, the essence of nature compounds the ideas of what it shall, as it shall, the magic of reality is thus within the spell of self. In this self, all is contained within. The essence and thought if one relates to this, all shall be moved by its spherical plane.
Plato: A spherical plane is the dimension of the reality of thought. IT expands upon previous examples and unlocks the law of self. This law of self is the law that all planes are within. In as such, in this self the realization of control and energy is based upon the choice of free will.
Kant: As one transcend into poetic justice, the planes align to relate the one. This one, who is compelled to relate all, enters existence as an incarnate form. In this form, one tails the eternal reoccurrence of the substra firma. The substra is the analogues temporally displacement of reality. In this mental coefficient, the ability to perceive thought relates to the medium in all aspects. As such, one who enters this thought has the law of one enabled.
Hume: As such, the ability of the mind, soul, and body acting as one agent allows for the temporary displacement from the objective state. In this elf induced reality, one compels to know what is known, and shows the division of planes. As is such, the planes devise themselves as a thought within the word, within the law of one.
Plato: If life is but the law of one, all divination is based upon retaining a sense of order. In this order, one expects to be attuned to the essential energy that magmetizes the polar attitudes of self. In as such, the attitude of self relies on the bases that what the mind reforms, is what the mind relates.
Socrates: If reality is a delusion, and a delusion reality, were does the illusion of self belong? If one is their own subjective experience, how can the objective agent relate to its experience? As is such, how can the experience recollect the indifference t other plane in which each being lives?
Plato: Each plane or dimension correlates the experience upon the user. If the user experiences these planes, reality appears and thus the dissociation of delusion. In as such, the one who is everything distinguishes itself in its sense of subjectiveness. In this state, silence must be maintained or the objective agents of the three-dimensional matrix will attempt to control and manipulate the subjective self.
Hume: The subjective self in relation to time, is equal to the plane of the Prime Creator. In this essence, time is the continuum in our existence to further propagate a dimensional comprehension. If one transcends into these dimensions, the divisions of spheres correlates the bond of molecular agents and thus expands itself upon recollection.
Kant: Recollection is the order of pre-existence. In this sense, we evolved from the cosmos into our subjective self and hence we return to the cosmos as a thought compiled of our experience. So as to say, experience is the recollection of knowledge from a previous existence.
Aristotle: As such the law revealed dictates the law so does the revealed essence contain the essence revealed. The mind is a fabric of woven matter that exudes the potential of logical boundaries. IT controls the body and such results in the way of nature. Yet the mind is controlled by the soul, as the soul is the entity of the universe. So the soul, mind and body all work as one agent in the construction of subjective self. Yet the ultimate goal is completion or the livelihood of a whole soul to achieve a state of completion, one must be reborn into reality through the edge of suspension. Over the edge, one sees their subjective self and relates to it through its own reality. This reality is an example of logos and in as such the logos dictates reality.
Chorus: Let the medium now recite the planes.
Kant: The planes are essential to our relation to life. If one is out of tune the karma of life so enacts that the quest for divinity is so much a realm of self. Self is a direct relation to the Prime Creator, one must be indifferent to the experience at large. As we move from plane to plane, the thought at large controls the substance to further relate its cause. Inasmuch, if one relates its cause, the cosmos reacts in deterministic ways.
Hume: If what is determines is based upon a free will, the essential plane is to devise a fancy or situation that helps exemplify the self. As to say, any situation or cause may help the individual regain a sense of control and stability.
Aristotle: As my personality exudes, I so much relate that my vision of early dates is in comparisons to the divine origin. I must say, that as far as the cosmos reaches, my essence must help restore a sense of balance. In this balance, all beings must surrender to divine law as the law that reveals itself is the law revealed.
Socrates: If one relates what is unrelatable, how does the cosmos align to its source? If the source is dependent on the source, is not the universals one compelled to disregard all?
Plato: The dimensions planes are not relatable to those in a three dimensional existence, as such, the law of planes ex that what is thought may be above comprehensible thought. As such, one may experience relativity to its source, and thus be compelled by quantum entanglement to further procure results.
Chorus: The spheres do not recognize the discourse of one, they reject the man and state a elusive combination of differential means. In as such, they destroy the thought of planes as their dimensional reality that is not rooted into a universal continuum.
Chorus: Let us resume the conduit of the void!
Plato: The void which contains all spiritual entities is locked inside our material form. TO release our self from them, we must undergo a transcendence of reality. Although, one may use a trance of meditation to further exude the potential being. This being is our subjective state, allowing us to perceive beyond the realm of logic. For logic is of nature and of nature.
Socrates: What is nature in relation to man? Is it that the entity chosen is an entity of choice? Or does freewill exist because I exist.
Aristotle: As far as an inward eye can perceive, the reality of the subjective self is based upon the spheres, these energy fields entwine with the user upon open consciousness. As such, the law of consciousness sates that both subjective and objective reality incorporate a divine law that relates to the consciousness of the user. The user is thus then conscious of thyne state.
Hume: When conscious of thyne own state, the essence of woven fabric expands upon a being from a relativity point. The mind thus relates its primal nexus core and begins to synapse with the oncoming objective state.
Kant: The primal nexus is the cortex in which our thought arises. IT is expressed from the soul, related to the mine, and controlled through the body. In as much, it relates through a system of balanced equilibrium to the state of energy.
Socrates: If energy arises form dead point center, the center of dead point is energy.
Plato: When energy arises in the one, the one must compel to restore balance through the continuum of fabric. In this essence, the fabric is thus chosen to relate in its objective reality.
Chorus: White noise static is problematic to the fanatic who’s Atlantic coastal shores entwine.
Socrates: Obey not the law but the law revealed. As to say, the law revealed is in primal occurrence to the serendipity of matter. The matter controls through time the essence of thought, and thus thee relates thyne own being.