Sunday, March 2, 2014

Who joint the beast at dinner


489.    To find an approximate solution to a problem,
Which cannot be solved exactly,
By starting from the exact solution,
Of a related problem,
When you make the two into one,
And when you make the inner like the outer,
And the outer like the inner,
And the upper like the lower,
And when you make male and female into a single one,
So that the male will not be male,
Nor female be female,
When you make eyes in a place of eye,
Hand in a place of a hand,
A foot in place of a foot,
An image place of an image,
Then you will enter.

490.    Frozen drop,
They came the world empty,
And they also seek to depart from the world empty,
Is the outermost shell of an atom,
Which contains the electrons most likely to account,
For the nature of any reactions,
Involving the atom and of the bonding interactions it has,
Which other atoms,
Then they will change their ways,
Being held together in molecules or,
Crystals,
Make strong and defensable,
An employee who is often sent on errands,
Passes by casually or by chance,
Have come from the light,
From the place where the light,
Came into being by itself.

491.    They do not flap their wings,
Each time,
Dipping the tail into the water,
To produce forward thrust,
It is motion and rest,
The pivot about which a lever turns,
Is a type of metaplasm that,
Refers to a word formed by removing the,
End of a longer original word,
Seething the kid in its mother's milk,
Is a controversial term for an element,
With no electrons, no protons, atomic number zero,
And would be classed as old group eight,
Period C,
Having no electron shells,
Equivalent to filled shells.

492.    Believed to be able to dive up to,
Three thousand metres in depth,
After Hermes thaught him to play,
And gave him a golden lyre,
Who joint the beast at dinner,
Fearing to mix with man,
A state in which the souls of those who have died,
In grace,
Must expiate their sins,
That which attracts straw,
The stone that,
The builders rejected,
That is the,
Keystone.

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