Two Observers (Not One)

Ilexa Yardley
Sep 30, 2019 · 4 min read

Negation is an intelligent form of duplication.

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If you say something is ‘not’ you are saying it is, also, not-not. Meaning, if you think about it, just a little, the double negative (also known as the double entendre) articulates ‘reality.’

Two: The Maximum and Minimum Number in Nature

In simpler terms, it is ‘not’ possible to have ‘two’ without ‘one.’ And, always, vice versa. (Meaning ‘two’ is the intelligent person’s way to say ‘one.’)

One
Two

This explains, and proves, why you always have to have ‘two’ observers in Nature. Think ‘Noah’s arc.’ Literally and figuratively.

Observer
Observation

This proves the background state for ‘everything’ (and, nothing, if you want to ‘go there…’) is ‘pi.

Pi: The Background State in Nature

Pi in mathematics, then, is what a human labels ‘mind.’

Pi
Mind (and Matter)

Explaining why whatever we ‘think’ is ‘true,’ is, definitely, true (for ‘us’) (and, at least) (at most) (one other observer).

This explains why we (all of us) have ‘two’ observers within (us). One telling us to do ‘X.’ And the other telling us to do ‘Y.’ Also known as the ‘conscience’ in some versions of ‘reality.’

Circular Relationship: Is What ‘Conserves’ Nature

Meaning, there is a circular relationship between any X and-or Y. Making X and Y possible. And, also, then, probable.

X and Y
Possible and Probable

This explains why 50–50 is the base dynamic in Nature. Meaning, Nature doesn’t know the number ‘three.’ And, also, if you want to be clear about it, Nature doesn’t know any numbers.

Explaining the overall ‘function’ of a ‘function.’ Separating, and, also, then, joining, the human ‘numbers,’ one, and, two.

Separation
Connection

Equality: Is Fiction (and-or ‘Not’) in Nature (Depending on Your Point of View) (Both True)

That is, you cannot have an ‘equal’ sign, without a ‘not-equal’ sign. Meaning, any operation in mathematics articulates an uber-simple circle.

Equal and Not-equal.

Meaning, negation is, necessarily, an ‘other’ word for duplication.

Negation
Duplication

This explains why ancient ‘thinkers’ recommended detachment. Except, it is not possible to have detachment without ‘attachment.’ Again, they share an uber-simple (always-present) ‘circle.’

Detachment (Attachment)

Balance: Has to Be Unbalanced Half-the-Time

Therefore, we’re balanced, as we live, all of us, by the ‘two’ observers within.

Balance (Out of Balance)

Which, necessarily, take us ‘out-of-balance’ half-the-time.

Half time. Whole time.

Explaining the advice you’re given by ‘others.’ All the time.

Giving (Getting) Advice

Half is Whole (and Always Vice Versa)

Meaning, no matter what we do (or say) (or think) the conservation of a circle keeps us ‘whole.’

Conservation of a Circle

And, it’s impossible not to ‘know’ this. Somewhere, deep, within.

Explaining all of the philosophy (and psychology) (from astrology) (to cosmology). Complementarity is the basis for identity. All systems. Go. Or no-go.

Complementary Identity

Conservation of the circle explains everything (about everything, and, everyone). No matter how you ‘slice’ the ‘dice.’ Two observers. Not-one.

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