1. SYNTHETIC INTERMEDIARY. Christian enlightenment rejects the dialectical struggle between thesis and antithesis in favour of a superthesis whose precondition is synthetic, as though deriving, in part, from Heathen logic and simultaneously transcending such logic through the Christ Child, Who is intermediate between Hell and Heaven, the former antithetical to the latter but not engaged in a dialectical struggle with it ... by dint of the synthetic intermediary of Purgatory, which protects the latter from the former.
2. SUPERCHRISTIAN LOGIC. Likewise, what I have called Superchristianity rejects the dialectic in favour of a superthesis whose precondition is synthetic, the superpurgatorial synthesis of the Second Coming whose Superchristian logic, in rejecting intuition, paves the way for the divine enlightenment of the Holy Spirit of Heaven.
3. REJECTION. Enlightenment is not really possible to Heathens/Superheathens by dint of the powerful position of inspiration in the dialectical equation. Only the rejection of inspiration/intuition opens the way to full enlightenment, which is centred in the spirit.
4. INTUITIVE ROOTS. Woman is rooted in intuition, whether as thesis (superfeminine) or antithesis (feminine), as well as in the antithetical contexts (subfeminine) to enlightenment, whether phenomenal (Christian) or noumenal (Superchristian), which are post-dialectical. In fact, these latter contexts are less intuitive than insightful, and amount to a sort of centring.
5. INSPIRATIONAL ROOTS. Conversely, man is rooted in inspiration, whether as antithesis (submasculine) or thesis (masculine), though in the superthetical contexts (supermasculine) of Heaven, whether phenomenal (Christian) or noumenal (Superchristian), he is centred in enlightenment.
6. PURGATORIAL INTERMEDIARY. Logic is always intermediate between intuition/insight and inspiration/enlightenment, like Christ, the Christ Child, the Second Coming, whose purgatorial intermediary between Hell and Heaven, or (relative to Heathenism) the World and the Netherworld, is variously synthetic.
7. OVERWORLDLY CHRIST. I guess the position of the Son (Christ) in relation to the Mother and the Father (of Heathen Protestantism) is less purgatorial than simply overworldly, which is to say, of the Overworld in relation to the World/Netherworld.
I have always regarded Purgatory as intermediate between Heaven and
Hell, much as Limbo was intermediate, in the Greek myths, between Hades and