GOD MAN WOMAN CHILD

     Oriental wisdom gives us yin and yang, male and female etc.

     They are drawn as two complementing figures that make a whole.

     Adore takes exception to this for two basic reasons.

     First the figures are drawn as if they are equal in size.

     Secondly Adore claims there are 4 aspects rather than 2.

     The 4 aspects form concentric rings of support much as the
dynamics are presented in Hymn of Asia.

     Child is in the middle, surrounded by woman, surrounded by man,
surrounded by God.

     But then the God is surrounded again by the child at the next
level out.  So the concentricity goes outward almost forever, as one
expands into bigger and bigger game spheres.

     There are women in male phases, and men in female phases, and
both in child and god phases of their particular endeavors.

     There are also men in higher and lower groups of 4, so although
both are male phase, one is seriously advanced over the other, being
multiple groups of 4 ahead of the other.

     Notice that a woman in a higher group of 4 is more advanced than
ANYONE in a lower group of 4, God, Man, Woman or Child.

     Adore does make a statement about dependency between each of the
phases within a group which is highly unacceptable to those that like
to think God = man = woman = child.

     The child is more dependent on the female than the female is
dependent on the child.  The female takes her purpose from the child
(the child's needs).

     The female (with child) is more dependent on the male than the
male is on the female.  The male takes his purpose from the female.

     The male (with female with child) is more dependent on the God
than the God is on the male.  The God takes his purpose from the male.

     The God is more dependent on the child at the next level up, than
the child is dependent on the God at the previous level down.  The
higher child takes his purpose from the lower God.

     But the real point of controversy is Adore's statement that the 4
phases are about relative ability within each group.

     The woman is more able than the child.

     The man is more able than the woman.

     The God is more able than the man.

     The child at the next level up is more able than the God at the
previous level down.

     If you think of child, woman, man and God as phases of mastery in
any particular area rather than physical bodies, it really does make a
lot of sense.

     From this point of view, there are as many women who are more
able than men, as there are men who are more able than women.

     But there are also children more able than men, women or Gods.
 
     The being enters a brand new area in a state of total
irresponsibility, he has no clue what is going on, and had no prior
cause in it.  In order to master his childhood, he has to master that
scene of total irresponsibility.  Children learn by mimickry.

     The being then needs to learn how to defend, not only themselves
but other child phase beings in their care.  This is the woman phase
which when mastered becomes master of defense.  Women learn through
harmony, harmonizing.

     The being then needs to learn how to offend, how to seek danger
before it find him.  This is the male phase which when mastered
becomes master of offense.  Men learn through counterpoint.

     The being then needs to learn how to create the game sphere he is
in.  This is the God phase which when mastered becomes master of total
responsibility.  From this the God can then create, find or enter the
next sphere of total irresponsibility at the next level up.  The God
seeks a new beat.

     "Mimickry, harmony, counterpoint and newbeat are musical terms
relating to the CO JAM of life." - Adore

     Homer

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