Whether the materialism be of old brain or new brain,
Imagination or will, subnatural or antinatural, it must
Ever contrast with the naturalism and supernaturalism,
Thought and awareness, of the intellectual conscious
And the spiritual superconscious, which alone
Appertain to the wavicle aspects of the atom.
Whether one has a bias for the particle
Or the wavicle aspect of a particular element ...
Will, to a large extent, depend upon one's race,
And we need not doubt that whilst
Anglo-Saxons generally favour the particle aspect
Of each element, Celts, particularly when Irish,
Generally favour its wavicle aspect.
Thus whereas the English progressed
From imagination to will,
As from Shakespeare to Empire,
The Irish are in the process
Of progressing from thought to awareness,
As from prayer to contemplation.
In the case of the English a materialist progression
From the Kingdom to the State;
In the case of the Irish a spiritual progression
From the Church to the Centre.
Of course, neither people are absolute,
An atomic compromise being endemic
To humanity over a given period of time.
But few would deny that a bias
One way or the other has long existed,
And certainly, as far as the Irish are concerned,
Such a bias will continue to exist into the future,
Irish people becoming more spiritual,
English people, with external encouragement,
Less materialist, until eventually,
Following decades of interbreeding
Between blacks and whites,
The Anglo-Saxon race effectively ceases to exist,
And the majority of the inhabitants
Of what is now mainland Britain
Become no less spiritual than
Celtic neighbours across the