God

God: a pouring of energy without source other than its pouring, that humans enter when they initiate a pour of oil, water or wine into a skull (a bowl or chalice that has the power to cup this force, thereby making it visible and, for a moment, stilled), and then pouring it down the throat. One is in the gush, that is the god, and this gushing becomes one and even though it stills, the pouring energizes. The height, the head, of this gush, is water, held high, as opposed to water brought low and stilled, and so is called god-head. The sun pours out in this way, as does the wind. They gush.

The water above and the frozen water below: Fljótsdalur, Iceland

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