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About the Title “Panopticon and the Love Resistance”
By Matthew Mossotti

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The Panopticon, a term derived from the Greek παν/pan: all; and οπτικος/opticos: seeing, was the name given to a prison design developed by the English philosopher Jeremy Bentham in the late Eighteenth Century. Panopticon was so-named, no doubt, after Panoptes (Πανόπτης), a name attributed to Argos, the many-eyed Giant. The same word was also applied as an epithet of Helios to denote his omniscience. Bentham employed the term Panopticon to underscore the psycho-philosophical principle which undergirded his prison design, viz. that human behavior can be conditioned if it can be brought under total subjugation by a “mind over mind” systematizing. Continue reading…

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Matthew Mossotti and Pat Seals Discuss Pat’s SpeciMen Trilogy Episode One “Out of This World Alive” Graphic Novel Cover Art, Mythology, and Hustling Like Odysseus

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Green Heart SpeciMen Trilogy Cover Art: An Essay About the Creative Harmonization on the Special Edition Cover Art by Pat Seals for SpeciMen Trilogy (Episode I): “Out of This World Alive”

by Matthew Mossotti
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Pat Seals (also the bassist for the hugely popular band, Flyleaf), so graciously shared his woodcut art piece to adorn the pre-release Special Edition cover of SpeciMen Trilogy, Episode One. Although the piece, “Green Heart,” was developed in conjunction with the Flyleaf song bearing the same title, the symbolism contained within it bears a profound harmonic connection to the mystical under-girding SpeciMen Trilogy philosophy that beckons us to look back upon the old Sacred Texts which summon our mind to gaze at the truth of the wonderful mystery of human spirituality in and out of the universe. Pat wrote me of the deeper meaning to “Green Heart,” and I have written a short essay discussing the inspired harmonization of this piece and SpeciMen Trilogy, which you can read here:

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A Preface to SpeciMen Trilogy: “Out of This World Alive”
Extracted from The Meraviglia Letters to Matthew Mossotti

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…”… While many of us remained on Earth to mine its gold and develop genetic code which the Governor Himself would sanction as new life forms, Phaeton, as was his name in deep antiquity, led a great expedition throughout the ocean of space-time, locating each of the other seventy-one Life Planets within the universe. Long before Phaeton and his adventurers were seen off on their epic journey with the highest of angelic ceremony, the Governor Himself had first sanctioned that proto-humans would bear the Elohim physiological likeness, the same genetic code which had been given to us, the Malachim, when our stars were made personally manifest within corporeal bodies…READ MORE…
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On the Meaning of Gyges in SpeciMen Trilogy
by Matthew Mossotti
Find out how this fascinating historical figure came to join the mysterious order of Light, known as the Resilience, and his crucial function procuring gold from which the Honey, that mythical water of life, is made…
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SpeciMen Trilogy: About the Title
by Matthew Mossotti
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Find out how the only three instances of direct interaction between God and Satan recorded in Scripture inform the title, SpeciMen Trilogy…

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