"Grasshopper always wrong in argument with chicken"
-Book of Chan compiled by O.P.U. sect
= ZARATHUD'S ENLIGHTENMENT =
Before he became a hermit, Zarathud was a young Priest, and
took great delight in making fools of his opponents in front of
One day Zarathud took his students to a pleasant pasture and
there he confronted The Sacred Chao while She was contentedly
"Tell me, you dumb beast." demanded the Priest in
his commanding voice, "why don't you do something worthwhile.
What is your Purpose in Life, anyway?"
Munching the tasty grass, The Sacred Chao replied "MU". *
Upon hearing this, absolutely nobody was enlightened. Primarily
because nobody could understand Chinese.
* "MU" is the Chinese ideogram for NO-THING
TAO FA TSU-DAN
THE SACRED CHAO
THE SACRED CHAO is the key to illumination. Devised by the
Apostle Hung Mung in ancient China, it was modified and popularized
by the Taoists and is sometimes called the YIN-YANG. The Sacred
Chao is not the Yin-Yang of the Taoists. It is the HODGE-PODGE
of the Erisians. And, instead of a Podge spot on the Hodge side,
it has a PENTAGON which symbolizes the ANERISTIC PRINCIPLE, and
instead of a Hodge spot on the Podge side, it depicts the GOLDEN
APPLE OF DISCORDIA to symbolize the ERISTIC PRINCIPLE.
The Sacred Chao symbolizes absolutely everything anyone need
ever know about absolutely anything, and more! It even symbolizes
everything not worth knowing, depicted by the empty space surrounding
HERE FOLLOWS SOME PSYCHO- METAPHYSICS.
If you are not hot for philosophy, best just to skip it.
The Aneristic Principle is that of APPARENT ORDER; the Eristic
Principle is that of APPARENT DISORDER. Both order and disorder
are man made concepts and are artificial divisions of PURE CHAOS,
which is a level deeper that is the level of distinction making.