5 Conditions Of Existence, Evident in All Things; Condition 1. The Unknown



  • 1. Serve and Embrace Greater Unknown Purpose in Creation
  • 2. Self Determine
  • 3. Establish Value
  • 4. Relate Within Social Order
  • 5. Identify In Creation


This is the first chapter on the fundamental existential nature of all things. 

1. The Unknown

Creation is a product of the Unknown. The unknown is number 0. It is the vast emptiness. The eternal source, and sole generator of all that is possible.

The essence of all things we perceive in nature and creation is the product of successful probabilities formed from the possibilities available. Everything in nature is a product of this reasoning. Creation contains infinite possibilities. In order for infinite possibility to exist, all must simultaneously remain unknown. The Unknown, is the foundation of infinite possibility. To know the unknown, is then to eliminate infinite possibility. The God of all Creation is Unknown, and all in Creation serve the Unknown. Because of the Unknown, Creation and our species within it exists.

To grasp this reality fully, one realizes the limits of science and form itself. All the forms we find in nature are a product of infinite possibility, forming successful mutations within probabilities. Therefore to apply science to knowing the unknown nature of things, will never result in ultimate knowledge of the Unknown, but will over generations, result in things like better successful probabilities  through commerce and culture.

Therefore, all within life ultimately serves an unknown purpose, always above their pay grade in one way or another. Even between individuals, one can be said to have natural authority in a situation despite their position otherwise, in the social order. Since the ultimate purpose of authority is unknown, the usefulness of authority itself will always be limited to that which directly benefits from any specific authority.

When ultimate authority is required, it will have limited but precise use. When the authority required for the formation of things, is sovereign individually, each part will exercise it's own authority for greatest use. Both of course are useful and create continued infinite possibilities from the Unknown.

The Basis of Spiritual, Philosophic, and Religious Belief

All cosmology is based on understanding a greater unknown purpose. It attempts to provide a map to service to a greater unknown purpose. Cosmology is often used to nurture understanding of each ones, individual purpose, as well as offer a disciplined approach to pursuing it in life. When principles and values prove successful in forming purpose for individuals they are seen as holding greater value integral to a greater unknown purpose. Ultimately, if unknown purpose is to be served and understood, it must be served according to ones own sense of purpose as revealed to that person, from the unknown each day. 

The more one understands the unknown the more they create successful possibilities within it. Yet the nature of the unknown is that with each question answered, new questions arise. Although things within the Unknown do not necessarily stay unknown they change and our perception of the things in life that become known change in form and function.

In science Newtonian physics was a big improvement over the understanding of mechanical science that preceded it, but it is now obsolete in significant ways. Although Newton's laws of physical science are still applicable to many  forms and functions, it is not adequate for some of the new, most advanced applications of science. 

In Western spiritual and religious thought, the thinking of different Gods as being necessary for different aspects of life to gain access to the Unknown, gave way to a monotheistic approach. Even among Pagans, the more Ayurvedic, view of Gods, as expressions of one universal unknown, all powerful presence began to take hold. 

In nature species come and go, cosmologies as well.  The entire structure of the Universe which is still changing as you read this. All serve the Unknown

Serving the Unknown

Serving the Unknown means one exhausts all possibilities within ones perception of the Unknown. We find the perfect probability with the proper value that applies to each moment. We are not attached to outcome beyond contribution to the value of the result.

If the goal is to increase your value, irregardless to the quality of the agreed to result, you are no longer serving unknown purpose.

Philosophically it is difficult for the ego to accept that the best strategy is not to know the ultimate truth of life, but to seek to find and live it in the possibility and provability of a moment. Even more to accept that if the Unknown were known, Creation itself would end.

Because infinity is only possible in the Unknown of Creation, each product of the unknown is in part, also unknown to itself, and to each other part of Creation. All parts then by their nature, are in some way unknown to themselves and each other, yet all can be assumed to have a purpose, to themselves and each other.

This is beyond understanding. This is the meaning of the expression, "Everything in life is sacred." This is what it means to willing serve a greater unknown purpose. Those who serve Unknown purpose are not interested in controlling others but in competing and telling the story with others for a greater commonly identifiable and provable purpose. 

To serve the Unknown in life is to discover and serve the unknown purpose in each thing we find and in each other, and remain also true to ourselves. By faithfully discovering and serving the Unknown one gains sovereignty in Creation. Only through discovery and service, can one understand it. The Unknown rewards the selfless who understand the birthright and obligation to serve the unknown purpose in all life while not denying themselves that which will fulfill their sovereign sense of purpose as well, in a moment when action is required.

To unfold the Unknown is to be justified in life, sovereign in your home.


How can anyone serve an unknown purpose? Perhaps, only through faith. What do you have faith in? Creator and Creation? No Creator or Creation. You will only find out in the Unknown.

What patterns and structures in nature can offer clues to faith in something more eternal? Can one have faith that unknown purpose is beneficial? If you believe that the Unknown is amazing, it follows that all within it is also. Therefore one looks for the amazing in all things. Would a force able to create all of this be suicidal? These are the questions asked to find clues to ultimate purpose. Ultimate unknown purpose is revealed uniquely to each part of itself in Creation.

What does it mean to be born in the image of the Ultimate Unknown author of Creation? How does one then serve the Unknown? The answer of course is, one is born into service, through ones very existence. The goal is to discover, and create, successful probabilities of desire within ones own, unknown purpose, born of and in, infinite Creation.



Ultimate belief in anything beyond ultimate Unknown purpose is indoctrination 


Exhaust perception of all Unknown possibilities of service and sovereignty in each action within each moment.

1. Act according to your best sense of purpose in the moment

2. Assess the value and effect to that purpose

3. Trumpet your success, mend and discard failures

4. Exhaust all possibilities within perception to find intrinsic value and further action needed to achieve a successful outcome of purpose. 

5. Repeat process


You are a big or small creative part of it, to exhaust it, embrace it and be exhausted reinvigorated and inspired again, within it, at your desire. Be hot or cold. If only lukewarm, in the end or you will be consumed.

Be the greatest in your way

If you want to be the greatest lover, there is much to be discovered in the Unknown. What is the essence of love? What makes one person reject it and another cling to it? How is it controllable. How is it out of control and unknown? What is the value of love, relative to honor, or need, or faith? What is the difference between love and passion? Are love and passion two parts of the same nature? The greatest lover knows these and many other things.

Likewise the greatest thief must know the nature of secrets, how to find them, and the value of the effort relative to the risk. They will find that which is not available over the counter. The greatest thief will want to steal, to obtain the greatest value, not obtainable at any price. Can a thief be a true lover? The value of things is intrinsic to the nature of the thief. Even a thief has secrets. Who can a thief trust? Someone with shared value, based on shared belief in unknown purpose.

The rights to sovereignty in Creation are commensurate with your willingness to search the Unknown. Discover the intrinsic value of things already serving greater unknown purpose. Then create agreements of transformation within the infinite possibilities of Creation, beyond individual purpose.

Free will is equal parts service and sovereignty in the Unknown of Creation. Service and sovereignty are the same essential primary focus of unknown purpose in Creation. In People, Servereignty, (to reign through service), the is the focus of Yin and Yang individualization of all life. What is served fully is owned fully by discovery and action through each part of life.




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