Cubricus is said to have come to Jerusalem at the time of the apostles. He advocated dualistic doctrine of divisions, which according to Ephiphanus, was concerned with pairs of opposites, such as white versus black, red versus green, moist versus dry, heaven versus earth, night versus day, soul versus body, good versus evil, right versus wrong. From these divisions Cubricus devised malicious heresy which poised the nations. “Cubricus” was perviously known as Manes, which means “heresy” in Hebew and his name sounds similar to alchemical Kybrius, Kybrig, Cybrig. In Arabic kibrit means sulphur and this red-coloured-stinking element has always been associated with devil. Etymology brings closer strange relationship between Cubricus, Cyborgs and Cybernetics. Cyber (a’k’a’ virtual) is founded on divisions (binaries), which are cause of all troubles.

In the past 3000 years everything has been affected by divisions, including creativity. Divisions breed contradictions, attractions and repulsions at the same time. Creativity arises form agony and ecstasy, seeking to mediate tension among fragments. The power of mediation comes form purification through catharsis. Liberation through conflict always contains element of surprise, otherwise known as catalyst.
Catalyst (unexpectedly) modifies creative process, breaking down every pattern or rule. Picasso believed every line has gravity and in this sense, every component of the image has its particular place in the composition. Likewise, Kandinsky stated that the slightest change of an triangle’s angle affects the entire composition. These artists help us to better understand the conception of catalyst, not only as a mediator, but as a force form the outside. In other words, when we accept the unknown, we discover new creative strategies.
Future of creativity depends on our ability to understanding consciousness.
The most intriguing aspect of creativity is a self-inducted surprise. If author doesn’t manage to surprise him/herself, s/he must be following the known path. In order to be surprised by your own actions, you must stand outside yourself, a.k.a. conscience. In this sense, conscience may be understood as a filter among outer and inner and those who remain conscient, would often substitute creative action for a mechanical act. https://artosophia.wordpress.com/2013/12/13/conscience/
Those who cannot give up their conscience, usually ask for recipes, step-by-step tutorials, guides for idiots and similar oxymorons.

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