Charles Fort - 0 Concepts - Levels and layers
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Usually one thinks of the spiritual as higher than the material, but, in our acceptance, quasi-existence is a means by which the absolutely immaterial materializes absolutely, and, being intermediate, is a state in which nothing is finally either immaterial or material, all objects, substances, thoughts, occupying some grade of approximation one way or the other. Final solidification of the ethereal is, to us, the goal of cosmic ambition.
Heat is Evil. Final Good is Absolute Frigidity.