Additional Materials, Links and References
Religion Design and Purpose Some thinking on what religions are for, and how they are designed.
As far as I can see, this is where the mystical types start to get worth reading. Blavatsky (and the loathesome Crowley) are below this line, Steiner and Gurdjieff are above it. She describes a telepathy that works by convergence to objective reality, and deep structure perception.
A student of Gurdjieff's for 30 years, this work is interesting because with Reciprocality in mind, it is easy to see where Bennett is making it up to fill in the blanks.
Very hard to read due to a construction that forces the reader to stay awake. Once you have them in mind, clearly contains the ideas contained in Reciprocality.
Laing's description of humanity in the grip of M0.
Reciprocality again. He wrote for a gas-bag audience, and it shows.
I think the system of hydrogens is about multi-fractals. If anyone cracks the mystery, do let me know! Much on M0 and freeing one's self from it.
Ouspensky's erotic science fiction novel. Honestly! Contains a "block universe" model of time.
Reciprocality as ancient teaching. There's little doubt these people all thought Reciprocality describes the universe, the place of consciousness, and the current state of humanity.
Evolving structure will co-adunate and reach an Omega Point.
Predeterminism (but not necessarily determinism) in GR, how Penrose thought round the Ghost Not and applied global methods to black hole entropy, how Einstein turned up at his local physics group with another theory of Relativity every Wednesday for a month before they stopped iterating.
White doesn't seem to understand that alchemy is a transformation of the operator - mapping - but his journalism is excellent so you can draw your own conclusions from his data.