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This is a diagram of how the TABLOIDER CAT plops all four of its axes collectively onto a single horizontally oriented playing surface. The four axes of the TABLOIDER translate into the bases of the TABLOIDERgory. The HEP are terms that I, myself, came up with to represent what L. Ron Hubbard explains as the way that three main different types of knowledge can be separated into three different, "bins," labeled 1, 2 and 3 in his forty-seventh lecture in Scientology's, "Philadelphia Doctorate Course," lecture series, on page 377 of the 2010 copyrighted transcript for that lecture series, in case you are interested in learning more about the reasons' causes for the way the action around you happens.

2016 May 27 update of the Baseballegory CAT


This version presents the change between the manning of the Pitcher and Catcher positions, which has occurred due to the notion that the mediators of interaction on the gaming surface, the Theocracy, should be located closer to GOD than the game's initiators of action, the Executocracy. Plus the CORE has been introduced here. The CORE is composed of the four powers from the team that opposes the players out on the field. The Baseballegory's fielders are the defensive configuration of a team and the CORE is the offensive configuration of a team. The CORE is the four players of the offense that would be on the field in a potential grand slam situation, which is the situation when one offensive player is on each base and one offensive player is up at bat. 

The Reason that the Baseballegory's Backstop is a Shinto Torii (2014 AUG 27)

Once upon a long time ago, while living in a city far from the one I live presently, I happened to enter a conversation with a gentleman I'd never before met, nor have ever again, to my knowledge. However, during the course of the rather short interchange involved, he told me something which I've struggled to understand ever since. What he said in effect was that the two pillars of the Shinto Torii represent, one each, both chaos and paradox. The gentleman said that their purpose was to get Shinto's followers, if they don't mind this label, to closely associate the two concepts by allowing them entry into Shinto shrines betwixt and between them. Now, even though I've never been able to locate any written information supporting that gentleman's testimony, through the years I've pondered the so iterated relationship quite a number of times. I wondered that chaos is, what paradox is, how they relate to one another, where I was, where I am, where I am going to be. I oriented those ideas around the Torii while obtaining and using information regarding how to get minds their selves working better via using one's own mind, itself. Then, via the use of my own mind's power, I synthesized the idea that there's no reason to believe that a concept must be rooted in stone (authority) to merit investment, but rather that if aconcept was a valid enough on its own, its use would produce its own supporting structure. Having pondered the Torii in this way for such a long while compelled me to use it as the Baseballegory's backstop.

Viewing the Torii so situated for a span of time now, it seems to me to fit well, because in that period, I considered that guy's ideas about chaos and paradox and how the pillars relate to the Baseballegory and via working a lot at connecting the concepts of a baseball game with the Torii, the idea came to me that the visiting team's dugout (where the players stay while they aren't out playing on the field) is on one side of the Torii and the home team's dugout is on the opposite side of the Torii. Working these observations together with what he told me yielded the idea that the pillar on the visitor's team's side should represent chaos, because the visitors usually have relatively less familiarity with the particular ball field than the members of it's home team, whose dugout should be on the paradox pillar's side of the Torii, or rather the paradox pillar should be on the home team's side of the Torii, because, all other elements being equal, it's relatively more possible for the members of the home team to become so familiar with the factors involved that that they can, in effect, let their minds' attentions wander to matters of a much wider scope than the members of the visiting team, wherein contradictory phenomena can more easily present itself for their solution. E.G. A possible contradiction that could so appear is, "If it weren't for the money involved, would there be any reason to compete with the visiting team's members, which they are just about the same as the home team's people, just in opposing circumstances?" My point, and the resolution that I've reached so far is that the combination of the two teams' efforts for a better outcome by one team than the other, in the home team vs. the visiting team configuration, relatively speaking, in one space (on one field), yields the manifestation of the Torii as the victor's gateway to the next higher Baseballegory field of play.

From that consideration, the bull pen (the area where pitcher's warm up) gates out through the fence behind left and right fields look as though they could be viewed as the entrance points of the members of either one, or both teams to the field, with the possibility that either one, or both teams could enter the playing field from the backstop Torii also. Bullpen Torii could even be envisioned as entrances to the present playing field from lower fields of play.

From there, throughout the playing of game, the Baseballegory field could be viewed as all of its players' mutual mental manifestation. Via play then the single Torii could be thought of as being divided by the minds of that game's players. It splits into the aforementioned three entrances to the field and via the division of that one singal Torii, the teams thereby obtain a space to play. They play game. At the conclusion of game the backstop and bullpen Torii converge back together and fuse into one single Torii again, somewhere on the field around where the most significant action occurred for that particular game. An interesting point to note about the Torii Baseballegory is that the plural of Torii is Torii. At a linguistic level then, like The Three Musketeers, all Torii are one Torii and one Torii is all Torii and games are what opens space inside of them/it.

I can't say that I really know which, or what entity, or entities benefit/s most via such an alignment right now, but the Torii will stand at the back of all of the Baseballegory fields that I draw for now--when and where, to me, space (the future) plays with time (the past).    




Baseballegory 5.O Poster

This is a beta (test) version of the program. The Game Level Activity Chart is a rough version of what could be developed as a ten by ten chart of all of the teams (position's) and their hierarchies. The examples of activities used in this version have been purposefully selected for the attributes that might best contextualize (couch) the concept of Mushroom Farming (L/S—MFT) on the field of the game.  




Baseballegory 4.1 Poster



Baseballegory Batting Index Chart



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