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And consider the following quote from Ignacio on page 38:

>>> To all appearances, we enjoy the highest of privileges: the design,
working and goals of the whole, infinite multicosmos, are subservient at all
costs under individual liberty. It is a mind-boggling paradox that the
boundless, all-inclusive Ultimate Reality revolves around no less than
the self-determination of vital entities. In witness whereof, we may
infer the uttermost importance and sacred value the omnisphere grants to the
freedom of its children, wherefrom human sovereignty epitomizes the apex,
cornerstone and crowning point of All That Is.<<<

Has it ever been stated better than this?


'best possible world'

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Smith [http://correo.hispavista.com/Session/281761-OlU9zW7R1qh2dknoFuip/Compose.html?To=dantsmith@comcast.net]
Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 7:33 PM
Subject: RE: Fwd: The Principle of Cosmic Elusiveness

Thank you, Jack....

I heartily recommend a careful reading of this most unusual opus.

Ignacio follows in the tradition of Charles Forte and Jacques Vallee.

Yes, Virginia, there is a Matrix, i.e. metaphysical hyperspace,
unconstrained by our most daring Grand Unified Theories.

My only caveat is that Ignacio emphasizes pantheism at the expense of
theism. There is a cosmic Rationale or Gnosis, beyond the reach of all
GUTs, of which we partake, and which will guide us in our journey beyond the

-----Original Message-----
From: Joel Isaacson [http://correo.hispavista.com/Session/281761-OlU9zW7R1qh2dknoFuip/Compose.html?To=isaacsonj@hotmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 5:21 PM
To: sarfatti@pacbell.net; dantsmith@comcast.net
Cc: lensman@sbcglobal.net; sirag@mindspring.com; yokatta@oxy.edu;
Subject: RE: Fwd: The Principle of Cosmic Elusiveness

Hard to wade thru these 64-page polemics... but at least he mentions
Jacob's ladder ;-) see p. 19.

What does come across (for moi) is a "realization" that much of the stuff in
the universe is "hidden"; be it "physical" stuff or "informational"
stuff... that our senses never evolved to grasp hidden/concealed stuff --
we are easily fooled by those who may have access to it, and/or know are
to handle it and/or manipulate us thru it.... that we may need
decoding methodologies to gain access to "fantomark" realms... within
which we are totally immersed... and so it goes, on and on...

Needless to say, "dark energy" or ZPE (and earlier Bohmian concepts), and
similar such, fall under the rubric of fantomark realms... =j=

>From: Jack Sarfatti <sarfatti@pacbell.net>
>To: Dan Smith <dantsmith@comcast.net>
>CC: Joel Isaacson <isaacsonj@hotmail.com>, Kim Burrafato
><lensman@sbcglobal.net>, S-P Sirag <sirag@mindspring.com>, Scott Littleton
><yokatta@oxy.edu>, Colin Bennett <sharkley1@panzerben1.fsworld.co.uk>
>Subject: Fwd: The Principle of Cosmic Elusiveness
>Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 13:37:36 -0700
>Begin forwarded message:
>>From: "Ignacio Darnaude" <ummo@hispavista.com>
>>Date: August 26, 2004 12:17:01 PM PDT
>>To: "Sarfatti Jack" <sarfatti@well.com>
>>Subject: The Principle of Cosmic Elusiveness
>>Ignacio Darnaude Rojas-Marcos
>>Cabeza del Rey Don Pedro , 9 ( 2º B )
>>41004 - Sevilla ( Spain )
>>Página Web : www.galeon.com/darnaude
>>E-Mail : ummo@hispavista.com

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