As I said last week I find it rather confusing that when we converge and unite it is what comes from without rather than from within that could make the difference between a totalitarian regime and Omega point.
“Insofar as it absorbs or seems to absorb the person, collectivity kills the love trying to be born. Collectivity as such is fundamentally unlovable. And this is where philanthropy fails. Common sense is right. It is impossible to give oneself an anonymous number. Let the universe take on ahead of us a face and a heart, become personified so to speak, and then in the atmosphere created by this focal point, the elementary particles will unfold …
Under the forced pressure of an earth folding back on itself, the tremendous energies of attraction still dormant between human molecules will burst out.”
“In its radial nucleus, the world finds its shape and natural consistency by gravitating against the probable, toward a divine focal point of spirit that draws it forward. . .
Something in the cosmos, therefore, escapes entropy – and does so more and more.”
“With love, as with every kind of energy, the lines of force must close together at each moment in a given existence. No ideal or virtual centre can ever be enough. For the noosphere to be actual and real, the centre must be actual and real. To be supremely attractive, Omega must be already supremely present.”