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LXXVII.        Dynamic Influence Diagram

 

I believe an infinity, divinity, eternally, one; is in everything, everywhere, at all times and manifests as an infinite four. The big IF is made up of an infinite seed, an infinite body, an infinite soul and an infinite spirit.  From these four parts that make up the structure of finite self and infinite world follow four drives. These four drives are the drive of the seed to create, the drive of the body to survive, the drive of the soul to perfect and the drive of the spirit to revive.  Dissonant expression of drives to create, survive, perfect, and revive; manifest in our global culture as hatred that follows from heterofascist, atheistic, perfectionistic, nationalistic, negativism. Harmonious expression of drives to create, survive, perfect, and revive; manifest in our global culture as love that follows from healthy, agnostic, positivistic, nationalistic, spiritization.

I believe from dominance within the mind of self of one of these four drives over all others comes a tendency towards dominance within mind of self of one of four worldviews. These four worldviews I call creator, survivor, perfector, and reviver.   

 Dominance of the drive of the seed to create within the mind of self produces creator worldview.  Those who devote energy, space, and time to creator worldview build gnostic theistic models of the existence of one totality with a framework of myth and fantasy that includes spirit and no soul. From the spirit to the body of those who choose creator worldview comes commands to be fruitful and multiply; prohibitions against sex for occupational, recreational, and homosexual purposes; and objections to sexual education that could make these practices safer. From creator worldview comes inhibition to love and sadness of sorrow for the disease of the seed is the creation of a body that dies.  

 Dominance of the drive of the body to survive within the mind of self produces survivor worldview. Those who devote energy, space, and time to survivor worldview build agnostic atheistic models of the existence of one totality with a framework of myth and fantasy that includes no spirit and no soul. From the universe to the body of those who choose survivor worldview comes inhibition to hate; commands to work to survive; and mad fear for the body shall die.

 Dominance of the drive of the soul to perfect within the mind of self produces perfector worldview. Those who devote energy, space, and time to perfector worldview build gnostic atheistic models of the existence of one totality with a framework of myth and fantasy that includes soul and no spirit. From the universe to the soul of those who choose perfector worldview comes freedom to hate in order to perfect the universe and badness of anger for the universe is an imperfect place. 

 Dominance of the drive of the spirit to revive within the mind of self produces reviver worldview. Those who devote the energy, space, and time to reviver worldview build agnostic theistic models of the existence of one totality with a framework of myth and fantasy that includes both soul and spirit. From the spirit to the soul of those who choose reviver worldview comes freedom to love and gladness of joy.

These four categories of myth support a number, diversity and variety of ornamentations only limited by our creative abilities and powers of imagination.  I expect differences in ornamentation in any given category of myth could lead to a diversity, variety and number of possible models of the existence of one totality only limited by our collective powers of creativity and imagination.  Ideological traditions self-organize within a complex chaotic dynamic system made up of states, ideological authorities, communities of faithful believers and free thinkers within our global culture. The House of Ideology Manifesto depicts this complex chaotic dynamic system symbolically: Differences in the way ideological authorities lead communities of faithful believers to ornament a model of the existence of one totality with myth from one of these four categories of myth creates a unique combination of qualities, and or features that distinguishes states, ideological authorities and communities of faithful believers from one another.

I expect those who believe in accord with one of these four categories of myth and fantasy manifest an awareness that the other three categories of myth are also possible. Out of an awareness of validity of three other possible categories of myth comes three policies towards those states, ideological authorities, communities of faithful believers and or individuals that choose to ornament a model of the existence of one totality with myth and fantasy from one of these other three possible categories. These three policies are cooperation, neutrality and competition. Those who choose creator worldview cooperate with those who choose perfector worldview, are neutral towards those who choose reviver worldview, and compete with those who choose survivor worldview. Those who choose survivor worldview cooperate with those who choose reviver worldview, are neutral towards those who choose perfector worldview, and compete with those who choose creator worldview. Those who choose perfector worldview, cooperate with those who choose creator worldview, are neutral towards those who choose survivor worldview and compete with those who choose reviver worldview. Those who choose reviver worldview, cooperate with those who choose survivor worldview, are neutral towards those who choose creator worldview and compete with those who choose perfector worldview. Based on policies of cooperation, neutrality, and competition; ideological traditions ornamenting a model of the existence of one totality with one of four categories of myth; interact with one another as parts within a whole that is our global culture.  

I believe communities of faithful believers self organize around one of four possible categories of myth. The Dynamic Influence Diagram is designed to demonstrate how four drives that create four possible categories of myth interact as parts of a complex chaotic dynamic system that is our global culture. In itsí simplest form, the Dynamic Influence Diagram contains one outer circle containing three inner circles. I use the outer circle to represent the category of myth that a particular believer and or ideological tradition uses to ornament a model of the existence of one totality.  I color circles white, red, black and gray to represent creator, survivor, perfector, and reviver worldviews.   

 Communities of faithful believers self-organized around the categories of myth identified by the color of the outer circle apply a policy of competition, neutrality, or cooperation towards communities self organized around the other three of the four possible categories of myth. The three inner circles represent the other three possible categories of myth. I place three inner circles from left to right within the outer circle to represent categories of myth that have policies of cooperation, neutrality, and competition towards the category of myth represented by the outer circle.  

A white outer circle represents communities of faithful believers that self organize around creator worldview with ideological traditions that promote a gnostic theistic model of the existence of one totality: Members may affirm an ability of a few chosen messengers to receive and transmit exclusive divine revelations of spiritual knowledge that are true from a good one in Heaven at war with an evil one cast down to and ruling over Earth; and claim that an ability to know leads to a belief in a category of myth containing spirit and no soul. I place black, gray, and red inner circles, left to right, within a white outer circle to represent policies of cooperation, neutrality, and competition applied towards communities of faithful believers that self organize around perfector, reviver, and survivor worldviews; by communities of faithful believers that self organize around creator worldview.

 A red outer circle represents communities of faithful believers that self organize around survivor worldview with ideological traditions that promote an agnostic atheistic model of the existence of one totality: Members affirm an inability to know about the existence of a deity and or deities and claim an inability to know leads to a belief in a category of myth containing no spirit and no soul. I place gray, black, and white inner circles left to right within a red outer circle to represent policies of cooperation, neutrality, and competition applied towards communities of faithful believers that self organize around reviver, perfector, and creator worldviews; by communities of faithful believers that self organize around survivor worldview. 

A black outer circle represents communities of faithful believers that self organize around perfector worldview with ideological traditions that promote a gnostic atheistic model of the existence of one totality: Members affirm an ability to know about the non existence of a deity and or deities and claim an ability to know leads to a belief in a category of myth containing soul and no spirit. I place white, red and gray inner circles left to right within a black outer circle to represent policies of cooperation, neutrality and competition applied towards communities of faithful believers that self organize around creator, survivor, and reviver worldviews; by communities of faithful believers that self organize around perfector worldview. 

A gray outer circle represents communities of faithful believers that self organize around reviver worldview with ideological traditions the promote an agnostic theistic model of the existence of one totality: Members affirm an inability to know about the non existence of a deity and or deities and claim that this inability leads to a belief with in a category of myth containing both soul and spirit. I place red, white and black inner circles left to right within a gray outer circle to represent policies of cooperation, neutrality and competition applied towards communities of faithful believers that self organize around survivor, creator and perfector worldviews; by communities of faithful believers that self organize around reviver worldview.

The white, red, black, and gray variations of the Dynamic Influence Diagram depict my acknowledgement that a model of the existence of one totality includes one of four categories of myth and that there are those communities of faithful believers within our global culture that self organize around a worldview that follows from each of these four categories of myth. I add three inner circles to each outer circle to represent policies of competition, neutrality and cooperation that members of communities faithful believers self organized around each worldview apply to members of communities of faithful believers self organized around the other three worldviews. I then add three inner circles to each of the inner circles. In doing so, I create white, red, black and gray variations on the Dynamic Influence Diagram with thirteen circles each and acknowledge that my worldview influences and is influenced by the worldviews of others. I add three more circles to each of these inner circles and I create white, red, black and gray variations on the Dynamic Influence Diagram with forty circles each. I can continue to create white, red, black and gray variations on our Dynamic Influence Diagram with one hundred and twenty one circles, three hundred and sixty four circles and so on. By way of this process, I create a Dynamic Influence Diagram with a fractal self-similarity between part and whole over the range of all scales of size.

I frame the Dynamic Influence Diagram with seven circles concentric to the outer circle. The color design of the frame made up of seven colored concentric circles corresponds to the color temperatures of visible stars descending in surface temperature from hottest to coolest in the following order; purple, blue, green, white, yellow, orange and red. My arrangement of the colors within design of the frame also makes a variation on the rainbow spectrum created by the diffraction of white light into itsí component color frequencies. In the language of my emotional mind, I associate the rainbow with the love and freedom conferred upon all souls by our spirit. As such framing the white, red, black, and gray color scheme used in the Dynamic Influence Diagram with the rainbow colored seven concentric circles produces conceptual balance. The Dynamic Influence Diagram with a seven concentric rings of the frame surrounding the one outer circle, three inner circles, nine smaller inner circles and twenty-seven smallest inner circles contains forty-seven circles total. 

Each of the four possible categories of myth suggests four different saviors preaching four different paths to salvation. Out of a category of myth that includes spirit and no soul comes seed as savior. Seed as savior preaches destroy to create a body as a path to salvation. Seed as savior preaches destroy the bodies of other organisms to create a body capable of joining with a member of the opposite sex and same species to produce a living link between one generation and the next.  Seed as savior preaches that if we out number competition then seed as savior shall prevail and seed consciousness shall dominate the global culture for a spring season.  Out of a category of myth that includes no spirit and no soul comes body as savior. Body as savior preaches work to survive as a path to salvation. Body as savior preaches if we out work competition then body as savior shall prevail and body consciousness shall dominate the global culture for a summer season. Out of a category of myth that includes soul and no spirit comes soul as savior. Soul as savior preaches freedom of the few to hate in order to perfect the seed bodies of the many of our nations as a path to salvation. Soul as savior teaches believers to have a high esteem of self and low esteem of world where in by virtue of status and power self does not have to answer to any body else. Soul as savior preaches freedom to perfect the form and content of the seed bodies of all species of life within the global culture by whatever means necessary. Soul as savior preaches if we out fight competition then soul as savior shall prevail and soul consciousness shall dominate the global culture for a fall season. Out of a category of myth that includes both soul and spirit comes spirit as savior.  Spirit as savior preaches salvation has always been ours. Spirit as savior preaches revival of all divine eternal souls in the love and freedom of the infinite divine eternal one. Spirit as savior recognizes each of the four kinds of saviors as the product of the four possible categories of myth.  Spirit as savior preaches if we out love competition then spirit as savior will prevail and spirit consciousness will dominate the global culture for a winter season.

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