On a post comment on Ktismatics, whom I like to read for personal growth, ktismatics wrote to me personally:
Sometimes you present your ideas in a form that’s perfectly understandable but phrased in an uncommon way. As with poetry, the unusual wording causes the reader to pay closer attention to what’s being said, to consider things from a slightly different perspective.
The puzzling thing is that I have a slightly different perspective
and French as well. (I'm half Dutch, half French.)
makes me think
that I might have my
axes slightly rotated if we would do a factor analysis of concepts and
that we relate to them.
And I know that the picture is not one of axes that are rotated
like in the
book, but that's exactly the kind of transformation I would do
I add something that wasn't there in the manual.
And note that on the sphere, where the lines meet, the axes look orthogonal.
is what ktismatics is
teaching us, showing us with the practice of creation.
How to read,
observe with our creation button ON.