What does Full Circle Mean?


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What does full circle really mean?

Contempt’s Arrival (acrylic on canvas)

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It’s obviously a loop. It’s obviously a circle. A Figure 8 is obviously a loop.

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Which you just take by folding a circle.

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Infinity is obviously a Figure 8 that you just lay down and bow down before God and say that’s Infinity the figurate loop. A man’s life is a loop. A man’s life is a Figure 8.

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Like his work is to drive on the racetrack, which is shaped like a Figure 8, and his job is to find the end of the race. Because if he gets to the end of the race, he’ll find Christ and he’ll say what a bloody mess of ashes and water and soot and gas.

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What will he find at the end of the track? He’s out there. He’s there at night. Like the song, he’s burning and turning and his wife is sad.

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His children are dying, but he’s got to find Christ to show to God.

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That this man knows how to solve the Riddle of the figurate.

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And we have all these clever words for it. We say, well, well, that’s come full circle like we just noticed, you know, we say history repeats itself or we say, oh, my life is such a knot- what kind of knot- a mess? oh, a mess. Let me guess, you got some loops you’re working through and hoops to jump.

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So it’s like.

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I’m trying to figure out.

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What is? What does full circle mean?

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And what is the answer to the figure of eight riddle?

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I know that the answer to every question is.

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The question.

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Richard Dawkins taught me that.

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So I’m going to say it this way.

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Full circle means.

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Circle all the way around the loop.

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Which is a figure of eight loop which is a knot.

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Made of rope.

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Which is, figuratively, a maze that has a solution.

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Which is the number 8, at least how we draw it.

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In our symbols.

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Which?

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Of course it’s 0.

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This the circle and the letter O.

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0.

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Equals. Not KNOT, not tie a knot. Tie the knot. Then your life will be a Riddle.

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But the British also call the zero NAUGHT.

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Which is another maze which is also a KNOT knot.

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OK, which equals man’s wisdom & man’s engineering. And when I say ‘and’ I mean ampersand, which if you look at it closely, it looks like a figure of eight, except it has a beginning and it skids off with an ending. Clever little thing, it means that man’s wisdom and man’s engineering is some sort of start and some sort of skidding finish.

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(Before you flush the toilet.)

And this also equals the question, which is the answer, which is Christ.

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Full circle.

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It’s not any sort of loop, except it uses loops to hold itself down.

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Then a noose is definitely.

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A knot, and it’s definitely a loop. It’s called a slipknot.

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But have you ever asked yourself this? If the hitch holding the weight, if the hangman’s hitch holding the weight…

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Of the body on the noose.

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What would happen?

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Suppose someone tossed the noose up to the hangman and the hangman.

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Put the noose.

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In the hitch.

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You put a slipknot through a very rock solid hitch. What would happen now if the hangman?

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Put his neck in the noose…

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And started pulling.

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Can he hang himself?

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Or does he need a bunk bed?

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Does he need to pretend that he tried to kill himself with some rope and a bunk bed?

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Or can he bedo it all by himself?

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With one strand of rope to make his noose and the hitch.

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And just pull hard, use his feet and legs and arms and just pull hard on that rope.

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… and maybe?

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Maybe he could strangle himself. Maybe that’s what full circle means.

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Because when the noose of death.

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Comes all round to your foundation, your hitch, where you were born.

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When you signed up for where you would be born, that’s the news. I think that’s what full circle is.

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So in summary.

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To be full circle about everything.

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One strand of rope.

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Is full circle when you.

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Bind it down with a hitch knot.

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On one end.

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On the other end you make a noose, a slip knot.

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Then you…

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A fix?

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Affix the tightening ropes of the hitch, put your head in the noose and jump off the edge. Now you’ve come full circle, so that equals– I would say hitch plus noose equals full circle.

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Which means it’s time to stop.


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