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Taming Primal Essence

Taming Primal Essence

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Taming Primal Essence 
by SIN JONES 
What is Primal Essence? 
 First we must address what it means to be 'primal', this term implies it was the first of its kind;the original and key important feature of a being. When addressing primal man, we must rollback civilization to his basic and chief needs: Feasting, Fucking, and Fundamentalism. What Imean by fundamentalism, is the lowest possible frequency of a vibrating system (physics). Manis that system. He eats, he mates, he multiplies, and he fiddles. In his fiddling he begins withthe very foundation of his needs and wants; it beings with the "I". When man beats his handagainst his chest and identifies himself as a being, he addresses this from his needs or wants
. Need to Eat. I Need to Fuck. I Need to Fiddle. I want what other men eat, fuck and fiddle with! 
The “I” is never truly satisfied. The being in its primal form is nothing more than an uncivilized
animal.
While this is certainly useful, and can become part of man’s methods, t
here is a level oftaming of the savage beast necessary to get what it wants.The essence of man is the most crucial part. If we were to extract the essence of primal man,what would it look like? Smell like? Feel like? Taste Like? Sound like? Perhaps it would bemuch like the crawling darkness, that which lies beneath the surface and will tear a hole andfind its way out by tooth and by claw. In all of man's fiddling he has come into a new system inwhich he grooms his primal impulses but he has been unsuccessful in oppressing his primalessence. Some would describe this primal essence as
SINISTER 
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.The development of this term is interesting, in the 14th Century it was in use by the French tomean unfavorable, directly connected with an act of ill-will. The connection to the term
‘left’
wasdeveloped around that time as the French made contact with the parts Southern and NorthernEngland. To be considered left implied to be of the weaker hand, lame, foolish, limp (to dangle).It emerged around th
e turn of the 12th century derived from the Northern English ‘lyft’ which
meant lameness, or paralysis. In the Kentish dialect, a euphemism wasdeveloped to avoid that which invoked superstitious beliefs attached tobeing lyft: Winestra (
Friendlier).
Sinestre {Middle English}
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derived fromOld French, and the Latin form Sinister. The Latin is connected to thedivination practice of Augury.
3
On the left-side we can find a direct link toreading omens. In Heraldry
4
(13th century), to be Sinister was in use tonote an achievement in arms as noted by the left-side placement of acrest. The right side was referred to as dexter. This term used in propercontext was in use to avoid the taboo of bringing about unlucky incident
1
Douglas - Harper Etymology Dictionary 2001
 
2
Collins English Dictionary, Harper-Collins Publishing 1991
 
3
Birds of a Feather, SIN JONES, 2008{
}
 
4
American Heraldry Society, 2009
 
 
 associated with being lyft. In every attempt to avoid the taboo, this language caught on
throughout parts of Europe, in the 13th century it emerged in lower Germany as ‘Luft’, and later ‘Link’, meaning to move left. The Dutch used ‘Linker’, in Middle Dutch ‘Slinker’ derived from‘Slincan’
meaning: To c
rawl. In Sweden ‘linka’ meant
limp
and later ‘slinka’ to dangle. Left wasused in political moves, to communicate an ‘unfavored’ body in legislation, as members were
assigned to the left-side of the chamber as Nobles were seated to the right of the leader, mostnotable in the French Revolution, and documented by Thomas Caryle a Scottish historian,philosopher and writer. The English use was documented in his work
The French Revolution: AHistory 
. Left was used frequently in the 16th century, to convey an
‘irregular’ or ‘illicit’ way of 
being. As early as the 15th century it was used to imply the opposite of what was expressed.This is another link between left and sinister, some irregularity in expression and form that doesnot appear to reveal the hidden intent, it is speculated based upon the artful use ofexpressionism. It is in
this time period we can find the phrase “
Out in Left Field 
”, which implied
that one, was out of touch with certain realities (mid-15th Century). La Rive Gauche in Franceis the left bank of the River Sein. The river flows westward cutting the city into two halves. Thesouthern bank is the left, while the northern
is the right. The ‘left bank’
also refers to Paris in anearlier era. Many famous artists, writers and philosophers used it as a euphemism for thecreativity and bohemianism once found in the old days. The Left-Bank area is referred to as theLatin Quarter (5th arrondissement of Paris) attributed to the Latin language spoken byUniversity students. To imply clumsiness
, or having ‘Two Left
-
Feet’, is in heavy use by the turnof the 17th century in various forms, it’s more blatant in phrasing by the 20th century.
 All of this is important when placing these terms into proper context. Language mediatesunderstanding, each word is symbolic of a definition, but in order to extrapolate its meaningeach word is linked and strung together to place ideas expressed upon a platform forunderstanding. If language is mis-used, this sets the stage for a conflicted audience.
"The Crawling Darkness, the Unknown Dark we fear and despise, which haunts the depths of our collective psyche, and even our unconscious dreams." 
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What is being referred to here in lieu of primal essence is that sinister force. That which doesnot con
form to ‘normal’ parameters, it
s daunting creativity will claw its way out, even if it isforced down deep, oppressed and subjugated by a commanding master. When consideringthe darkness, it is the unseen force; one that may seemingly do one thing, but means somethingelse entirely in that act. It may or may not be a well-
plotted out deception. It’s all reliant on the
being in question. This is why terms such as Left and Sinister are
associated with ‘evil’, because
of this deceptive motif
. It is within man’s nature, his very essence to be deceptive. Not just for 
basic survival needs, but in striving to get more, have more, and
be 
more.
5
Order of Nine Angles, Seven Fundamentals of ONA, Memetics ONA-NXS:352
 
 
 The terms Sinister and Sly, can be synonymous in the correct context. Sly is derived from the12th century notion of hitting a target by cunning means
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. Germanic ‘slogis’, later ‘slu’, and later still ‘ verschlagen’, ‘ schlagfertig’ implied slaying by crafty method. In general, the term was
used in a pejorative manner but there are a few non-pejorative uses which survived in theEnglish language (Northern England Dialect) until the 20th century
7
. The phrase ‘on the sly’
simply meant to meet in secret or to acquire by hidden means.Using
sinister 
methods is often the Modus-Operand of the Sly Man. The man that chooses toresurrect his primal essence from under the rubble of influences, experiences, and a falsesense of the core-self using cunning means to reach his goals
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. It takes great personal work,and often involves constructing and de-constructing psyche, the acquisition of knowledge,processing it into wisdom but above all else, it requires praxis
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.
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage -- to move in the opposite direction." 
Albert Einstein
 
This quote is relevant
, when considering the nature of being ‘left’ in one’s thinking. This brings
me to the nature of
Magic 
. Whether you choose to spell it ‘magic’ or ‘magick’, I see no literal
difference in the slight of hand, and coercion of
events or people in accordance to one’s will. If I
can direct you to do something I need or want, and have lead you to believe that it was
your 
idea in the first place, well... The magic not only occurred but was a success the moment you tryto convince me to get behind an idea that was mine. The less effort I have to put forth to
accomplish this, the more successful I have been ‘on the Sly’. The Sly will be considered
Sinister as a pejorative, because it has wholly selfish ends as its means. Selfishness in asocially correct society is viewed in a negative connotation as anarcho-communists demand thatwe govern ourselves to be the same; the same in our thinking, our social classification,intelligence, and with our wants and needs; never mind the attainment. I hardly find these foolscapable of governing themselves, let alone having the merit behind their ideas to presume togovern
ME 
in their weakly structured plans to push me into servitude. At closer examination,you will find that there is no pure act of altruism that all things stem from the self, and thus returnto the self.There is a distinction to be made between holding knowledge, and having wisdom. I amHermetic in my thinking, I find the duality needless when I can see that right is left, and left isright. All things being relative, the relativism
10
of dissolving duality allows me to see things in a
6
Sly, Etymology, Ernest Klein,
Klein
s Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the English Language, 1971
 
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See: Dictionary of the Canting Crew, 1700
 
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See, The Portal, SIN JONES,{
}
 
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From Greek Praxis, Practice in Action. The opposite of theory.
10
See: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, especially when dealing with descriptive relativism.

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