“. . . they gnawed their tongues for paine”

“As the true method of knowledge is experiment, the true faculty of knowing must be the faculty which experiences” (William Blake, All Religions Are One, pl. 3: “The Argument“): gnaw not your tongue for pain; bite instead the hand that feeds — it is the hand of God Geometer, a.k.a. Urizen.

What.we.do.not.know.we.can-not.see.

We.are.like.darkness’.pass.

un-less.we.light.out. — and. —

NOW.

for.points.un-known.

Francis Bacon, Study for Portrait II: After the Life Mask of William Blake (1955)

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