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Mauricio Reyes (Cycom) Bundles

BUNDLE ONE

These recordings have been long out of print.  I am making them available for this fundraiser. Some of these were created with sound samples created with Mr. Adi Newton.

TRANSLIMINALITY

1 – HYPERESTHESIA 25:00
2 – NEUROPATHY 34:58

Transliminality (literally, “going beyond the threshold”) was a concept introduced by parapsychologist Michael Thalbourne, an Australian psychologist who was based at the University of Adelaide. It is defined as a hypersensitivity to psychological material (imagery, ideation, affect, and perception) originating in (a) the unconscious, and/or (b) the external environment (Thalbourne & Maltby, 2008). High degrees of this trait have been shown by Thalbourne to be associated with an increased tendency to mystical experience, greater creativity, and greater belief in the paranormal, but Thalbourne has also found evidence that transliminality may be positively correlated with psychoticism. He has published articles on transliminality in journals on parapsychology and psychology.

AXIOMATIC SYSTEM

1 – MODULAR PARADOX 30:00
2 – META THEOREM 30:04

An axiom is a basic statement assumed to be true and requires no proof of its truthfulness. It is a fundamental underpinning for a set of logical statements. Not everything counts as an axiom. It must be simple, make a useful statement about an undefined term, evidently true with a minimum of thought, and contribute to an axiomatic system.

In mathematics, an axiomatic system is any set of axioms from which some or all axioms can be used in conjunction to logically derive theorems. A theory is a consistent, relatively self-contained body of knowledge that usually contains an axiomatic system and all its derived theorems.

An axiomatic system that is completely described is a special kind of formal system. A formal theory is an axiomatic system (usually formulated within the model theory) that describes a set of sentences that is closed under logical implication. A formal proof is a complete rendition of a mathematical proof within a formal system.

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