The Ressurectionist Quotes

E. B. Hudspeth
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When one dies they neither ascend to the heavens nor descend to hell, they instead become cured—freed from an illness and healed from the suffering of mortality.
-- Spencer Black (2, Page 16)

Importance: In a journal entry, Spencer Black uses medical language to describe what happens when people die, ignoring the spiritual or moral aspects of death. He treats consciousness as a condition to be cured and death as a state for experimentation by scientists.

Our consciousness, our awareness, is a symptom of our body and it is secondary to the mystery of our physical chemistry.
-- Dr. Spencer Black (2, Page 16)

Importance: In an early journal entry, Spencer Black describes his fascination with the medical side of human nature, to the exclusion of consciousness and morality. This preoccupation will make for a good deal of controversy and misery for him.

The miracle of life is granted, and how that miracle can be effective is a nuance that I am most interested...
-- Spencer Black (2, Page 16)

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