From: Nils Weinander (email@example.com)
Date: Wed 08 Mar 2000 - 14:45:41 EET
> > Dreams are an example of something which is lower
> > on the Space/Time/Consciousness scale than the world we see
> > when awake.
> Specifically, lower in Consciousness. (Wakey-wakey!) Isn't the
> point of Space/Time/Consciousness that it's three 'scales', not
> one, after all?
Mostly consciousness, but I'd say space and time are somewhat
warped in dream-land. You could consider that a consciousness
effect of course, but I'm not excluding the possibility that
space and time are affected.
> > Currently I think the Waking Magicians mentioned in ToTRM
> > #17 were initially mystics reacting against indiscriminate
> > use of dream magic, which they perceived as antigod acitivity.
> > Later on, they turned more ruthless and adopted their enemy's
> > methods and became what they thought they fought against.
> You're suggesting, if I might take the liberty, that the WMs
> were attempting to in some manner negate or refute the dream
> world in the large, and/or more particularly, the magical means
> being used to manipulate it?
Yes, wake up the world.
The world is a beautiful place and it's worth fighting for
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