Mystic forebodings of destiny
The world in which we believe we live – the world of pain and death – is the face that the earth comes to show in its being separated from the destiny of truth. In this errant horizon, the spectacles that gradually appear are its desolate individuations. Including all forms of wisdom, with which, trusting in death, the mortal seeks refuge from death. The wandering, however, is not a thought that is far removed from destiny, but is its distortion. In which that, in some way, leaks out. Given the correspondence between “isolated heart” and “pure earth”, it seemed interesting to us to identify isolated wisdom, in which, although, immersed in the folly of becoming nothing, the greater similarity to destiny resonates overall than all the others. In this paper we identify it with “Christianity”, in its multiform face: mystical, visionary, speculative, traditional – in any cas not “demytologized” (= reduced to a minimum by the hidden blade of nihilism).