Life To The Image I

We must examine what actually is the temptation of man, as practised by the serpent in the garden of Eden. Firstly we note that man is carnally six-fold, with five senses and a logical problem solving mind. All physical acts boil down to a sequence of permutations of the senses either with a sixth logical element in the cycle or without.

For instance. the mind of man is a series of sensual inputs, where the act of eating a cookie may correspond to (see, smell, touch, taste). The equivalent inverse to the cycle (taste, touch, smell, see) is equivalent to the "desire" to find the cookie to eat it. There could be a disconnect in the cycle, between say "taste" and "see" that is fulfilled in the act of logically solving the thought of the act. Such disconnects also crop up when there is an antagonism, such as the cookie being hot from the oven . The same cycles are in effect but the completion of the thought is with delay - the logical part overrules the sensual desire to eat the cookie. Where there is danger of harm, the mind is able to overrule the senses. The cycle arrives instant, as we would say a "packet"

In daily life there are many such cycles, (packets) there are also many cycles that also have a logical element such as (logic,see,touch) to the effort in remembering where one placed one's door keys etc. (if there is a further logical part to connect the memory of the touch of ones keys to the need to remember where they are. Likewise the memory of an experience can act as a sense - it can provide a logical and sensual desire for pleasure. (Also in problem solving terms to overcome an antagonism.)

However there are in these sequences of packets the presence of their accumulation over time. We find then that multiplied together, all those thoughts that are merely desires or acts (with no desire) accumulate as by multiplication of permutations into some element of the symmetric group S6.

A simple transposition (see,taste) for example may be to seek pleasure against an antagonism. - Say the cookie is a reward for someone else. The sensual desire (packet) to consume the cookie is added into the time-line to multiply the group S6 before and after - the effect is (desire to eat cookie)(some element in S6)(justify desire of cookie by eating it). Likewise the reverse of a cycle or product of cycles acts as would the "desire" to fulfil each accumulated packet against the antagonisms in the environment (sensually, in order for a pleasurable outcome.)

Then we eventually have some kind of system where if the senses G form a group isomorphic to S5 then the purely (not logically) sensual cycle "g" pre and post multiply before and after. i.e. (g)G(g^-1) is some element in S5.

However when there is a temptation against some form of harm, the coveting of one sense over another, say (touch, see) as of a potential consort, another person's partner - there may indeed be a "factoring" down of S5 to A5, the only normal subgroup of S5 (A5 is simple). Then every element in A5 is a product of an even number of transpositions, (with its coset in the transposition and A5.)

The factoring down provides the illusion of control over ones senses while one examines sensually the minimal state of the system with the antagonism, as it is "weighed upon the senses without logic". There are no non-trivial normal subgroups in S5 other than A5 for which (g)H(g^-1) is an element of H=A5 and g is any element of S5..

However, logic should step in and say, "this is my wife and not your wife" or "my tree and not your tree" thus precluding the cycle as anything other than a lust. (For the cycle to resolve as an element of S5 there must be submission to the lust, whereas the word "don’t" should take the place of logic in the cycle.) Since logic has taken a vacation when the lusts of the flesh are then submitted to, the group we are factoring down is the image of A5 in S5 inside S6 formed by just the senses, and not the whole normal subgroup A6 of S6.

So we have the lust of the eyes, (pre and post multiplication by a lust as a cycle), the lust of the flesh, (the factoring down to A5 from S5) - (the minimal sensual state without discounting all the senses and the whole environment) and the "pride of life", which is the act of putting the thought into effect of substituting logic for each sense (by conjugating by transpositions of the like to (logic, sense) of which there are six including the identity). Logic then swaps itself in place for a sense and we permute A5 through the six A5 subgroups of A6 in S6. - It is the deliberate act to justify the lust of the eyes and flesh as logical acts. In conjugating the elements of A5 through A6 the man states in pride that sin is compatible with himself. It is the will to sin and live in a state of sin. The environment has taken the place of the logic, the commandment is superseded by the pleasure of the senses.

Likewise the text from Genesis Chapter 3 v1-6 is as follows.

Gen 3:1 Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?
Gen 3:2 And the woman said unto the serpent, We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden:
Gen 3:3 But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die.
Gen 3:4 And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die:
Gen 3:5 For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.
Gen 3:6 And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat. (KJV)

In verse 2 we see the serpent sets Eves mind towards the environment, so she would see the tree as any other tree that she could eat from. Eve repeats God's commandment not to eat of the tree because He commanded them not to, but adds the corollary that "she may die from the tree". (And not from the disobedience to God.) Eve is in error already, as soon as the serpent got her to consider the commandment as sensual and environmental rather than purely logical as in "thou shalt not."

In verse 4 the serpent assures that the tree is like any other - that the tree is good to widen one's experience and to make one wise by the mystery of iniquity present in the maths above, as a dialectic balance formed by the flesh. The woman saw the tree as food, good to eat (pre and post multiplying) Good for food (the logic filling the disconnect with "don’t" departs from the cycle, and factoring down to A5 from S5 the mind is widened to sin.) good to make one wise (that logic may be swapped back into the senses also by conjugation, that sensual experiences may be judged as right and wrong or good and bad by the process.) At that point, the woman capitulated to the serpent and ate, as also her husband Adam also eat. Now the serpent had promised to them that they would become as "gods" knowing good and evil. In actuality they were enslaved to sin, the wages of which are death.

Can we count this to 666? well, almost.

So, so far we have 720 elements of S6 formed by cycles of logic and the senses, minus the 60 elements of the coset of A5 in S5 (formed by the permutations of the five senses), giving us a reduced 660 elements. Now, we are ready to examine the life given to the image made to the beast. And fill in the last six elements.

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