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potent agency of destruction erasing "innumerable existences of an area perhaps ten thousand square miles at once, 37299 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 9 Gases, Poisons and Foods -
agency of destruction were the innumerable existences of an area perhaps ten thousand square miles in extent annihilated at once, 47060 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 26 Fossil Deposits -
giant red stars. They end their existences as they lived, 51098 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 1: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM: Chapter 2: THE SOLAR SYSTEM AS ELECTRICAL -
traits, to live out very long existences sub-humanly. 62236 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 2: HOMINIDS IN HOLOGENESIS : OLDUVAI GORGE
have lived perhaps in many previous existences. 64413 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : MEMORY AND FORGETTING
have lived perhaps in many previous existences. 91745 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 6: THE CHARISMA OF MOSES : THE MANIAC SCIENTIST
of existence repeatedly. They have conjured existences differing from ours. 98838 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 8: INDISPENSABLE GODS -
appropriate behaviors of the most promising existences (including humans) with the end in mind of reducing entropy and establishing theotropy as the dominating principle of the universe.100890 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 12: NEW PROOFS OF GOD -
all inferior, indeed superior, to past existences can be formed. 110906 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 5: COMMUNICATING A SCIENTIFIC MODEL: Chapter 27: A COSMIC DEBATE : SUMMARY
 
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recognize any contemporary descendants of non-existent ancestors. 18987 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 16: PRECURSORS OF QUANTAVOLUTION -
is entirely abstract, i. e. non-existent so far as they say, 20046 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 17: THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE -
crust, which may be a non- existent practical fiction. 42949 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE: Chapter 19 Expansion and Contraction -
of the Earth. The almost non-existent evidence, 43226 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE: Chapter 19 Expansion and Contraction -
record is concerned is essentially non- existent." 47396 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 27 Genesis and Extinction -
present families and species, if not existent prior to the Period of Quantavolution, 54962 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 2: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: Chapter 12: QUANTAVOLUTION OF THE BIOSPHERE: HOMO SAPIENS -
compared to variations in climate now existent on the Earth and during the year. 56324 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 2: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: Chapter 15: THE JUPITER ORDER -
operations and in place of non-existent evidence. 60971 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 1: SLIPPERY LADDERS OF EVOLUTION : NATURAL SELECTION
including gods. These are all non-existent delusions, 67127 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 6: SCHIZOID INSTITUTIONS : SUBLIMATION
It is founded upon a non-existent kind of human nature. 68406 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY : UTOPIANISM
Illusions are symbols inasmuch as non-existent objects or facets of objects present themselves significantly to the brain, 74293 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 6: SYMBOLS AND SPEECH : SILENT SYMBOLISM
Euclidean geometric space as an absolutely existent phenomenon; " 75655 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL : CAUSATION
times, for the "proof by non-existent proof," 84656 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 17: SETTLED SKY AND UNSETTLED MIND : WHAT HOMER REMEMBERED
destruction, if complete, makes memory non-existent, 84658 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 3: THERAPY FOR GROUP FEAR Chapter 17: SETTLED SKY AND UNSETTLED MIND : WHAT HOMER REMEMBERED
school that regards gods as non-existent psychological means for the human to jump beyond the ordinary world into the imaginary world; "97342 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 4: THE HEAVENLY HOST -
feeling attaching itself to a non-existent or otherwise psychologically incomplete perception such that, 99217 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 9: SACRAL VS. SECULAR MAN -
with events, and, though probably non-existent, 101402 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 13: CATECHISM -
Egyptian chronology that were also non existent. " 103232 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 3: THE FOUNDING OF ROME -
rare (and, we argue, perforce non-existent). 103409 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 3: THE FOUNDING OF ROME -
better world, where all the dangers existent at the beginning have been eliminated, 130300 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 5: SHAKESPEARE AND VELIKOVSKY : Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art
not say that truth is non-existent. 139275 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
that rare gases 'are essentially non- existent' on meteorites. 140476 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 7: ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES OF CORRECT PROGNOSIS - - -
 
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excited state excrement, fossilized exfoliation exile existential fear Exodus, 2788 QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE: PART 5: The Scope of Quantavolution - - -
a spirit that could be called existential, 6363 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 1: ROYAL INCEST -
The essential polyego assured an eternal existential fear, 10473 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 2: - Chapter 8: HOMO SCHIZO MEETS GOD -
at reducing his high level of existential few by logical, 10482 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 2: - Chapter 8: HOMO SCHIZO MEETS GOD -
at least two selves, c) activates existential fear mechanisms because of lack of control of a) and terror from lack of control of b).10532 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 2: - Chapter 8: HOMO SCHIZO MEETS GOD -
applied, it was a phenomenological pragmatic, existential approach. 10975 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 2: - Chapter 8: HOMO SCHIZO MEETS GOD -
that they used to conquer their existential fears by creating an independent self, 19328 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 16: PRECURSORS OF QUANTAVOLUTION -
Such efforts have built a distinctive existential character for Christ. 55974 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 2: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: Chapter 14: THE GOLDEN AGE AND NOVA OF SUPER SATURN -
responses, may explain the self-awareness, existential fear, 62886 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 3: MECHANICS OF HUMANIZATION : BRAIN SPECIALIZATION
So to primordial fear was added existential fear, 64263 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : FRIGHT, RECALL, AND AGGRESSION
driven into the sands of permanent existential anxiety. 64324 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS
gestalt of instinct-delay, split self, existential fear, 64650 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : VOLUNTARISM
of fear, a general anxiety, an existential fear, 64975 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : THE NEW HUMAN BEING
CONTROL THE SENSE OF "I AM" EXISTENTIAL FEAR INSTINCT IN MAN AND ANIMAL POLY-EGO VERSUS INSTINCT "YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN" Chapter 3: 69004 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - - TABLE OF CONTENTS -
subjects. We note that fears, both existential and immediate, 69872 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 1: THE NORMALLY INSANE : CATEGORIES OF MADNESS
generate under conditions of depersonalization and existential fear and theat. "70096 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 1: THE NORMALLY INSANE : SYMPTOMS OF MENTAL ILLNESS
and cannot, know. This is his existential fear, 70676 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT -
accident, true, but knows already this existential fear and is demanding immediately that he be relieved of it. 70678 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT -
reciprocal of fear. All humans, possessing existential fear and self-fears, 70801 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : SELF-FEAR AND SELF-CONTROL
by which is signified that his existential fear is under control and that he egoistically regards himself as one. 70885 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : THE SENSE OF "I AM"
the eternal fear that possesses mankind. EXISTENTIAL FEAR Students of fear in humans and animals are rarely satisfied by obvious causes; 71003 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
nature of what are sometimes called existential fears." 71012 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
Fear can be both immediate and existential. 71038 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
alarm through the central nervous system. Existential fear, 71040 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
for a continuous higher level of existential fear in human nature? 71044 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
underscores the practically limitless outlets to existential fear; 71061 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
argument against the presence of an existential human fear is that the human is occupied with so many objects over such large spans of memory and futures that one is bound to be always in a state of anxiety over something. 71066 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
we must seek the source of existential fear in a logical and real condition, 71094 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
the split self will we understand existential fear. 71116 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
of sexual displacements to dispose of existential fear. 71242 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : INSTINCT IN MAN AND ANIMAL
operation: instinct delay, poly-ego, and existential fear. 71326 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : POLY-EGO VERSUS INSTINCT
response: instinct delay -loss of control - existential fear - diffused or diverted reaction. 71397 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : "YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN"
may originate together and act together. Existential fear, 73140 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
warmth but a way to reduce existential and immediate fear. 73204 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 4: DISPLACEMENT AND OBSESSION : OBSESSIONS, COMPULSIONS, HABITS
holy dread. The fear is the existential fear of which we speak in this book. 73280 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR -
mind is congenitally inscribed with an existential fear that inspires his most important human operations.73310 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR -
operations. Closer to our concept of existential fear were the ancient philosophers Epicurus and Lucretius. 73313 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR -
terms of the psychology of conditioning, existential fear is to be regarded as continuous self-punition, 73393 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : PHYSIOLOGY OF FEAR
which is probably the surcease from existential fear itself. 73397 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : PHYSIOLOGY OF FEAR
home and sustenance. The physiology of existential fear, 73406 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : PHYSIOLOGY OF FEAR
were there not the ever-present existential fear that the self is not itself, 73485 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : PHYSIOLOGY OF FEAR
control oneself and others, thence ultimately existential fear. 73541 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : GUILT AND PUNISHMENT
The paranoic aspects of primordial and existential fear are well known. 73699 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : AVERSION AND PARANOIA
primordial and schizophrenic humans is understandable: existential fear demands not pleasure, 73902 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 5: COPING WITH FEAR : ANHEDONICS
speech. As with experiments to isolate existential fear, 74631 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 6: SYMBOLS AND SPEECH : CULTURAL DISCIPLINE AND SPEECH DIVERGENCE
farther, too, from the origins of existential fear in his inability to act like an animal.75891 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL : THE COST OF LOSING MAGIC
bring him immediate surcease from his existential agony, 75981 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL : SCIENCE AS INSTINCT
fear. We can call this fear existential because it is the absolute quality of human existence. 96047 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 1: THE GENESIS OF RELIGION -
fear that arises out of non-existential causes; 96049 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 1: THE GENESIS OF RELIGION -
distinguished at all from animal fear, existential fear has to be discovered by statistical means, 96050 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 1: THE GENESIS OF RELIGION -
be more empirical later on, that existential fear is a "free-floating" fear overload that characterizes the human and is attributable to the "fear of oneselves" associated with self-awareness.96052 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 1: THE GENESIS OF RELIGION -
in anxiety, but additionally the aforementioned existential element. 96181 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 1: THE GENESIS OF RELIGION -
supernatural belief does not eradicate the existential fear of man but only its referents - gods, 98101 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 6: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE -
group is forever under historical and existential stress, 98818 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 8: INDISPENSABLE GODS -
edifice is the reduction of cosmic, existential self-fear. 99507 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 10: ETHICS AND THE SUPERNATURAL -
disastrous natural occurrences playing upon the existential fear of the self-aware human.101531 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: CONCLUSION - THE DIVINE AND HUMAN -
embody his individual perception of his existential situation seem rather specific; 128294 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 3: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE WORK OF IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY -