Paris 8 – St. Denis
4 novembre 2008
History of Organic Matter. What is fire ? Well, as we know, it is a very rapid oxidation and we know very well that oxidation is death. Fire, the anima, puffs of warm breath, this sign of life is also the most rapid path toward death. But inversely the life, the death (of organisms), is an oxidation that is very slow, a very banked fire. So, for example, in autumn we see yellow leaves grow red, then fall. And what comes of this in the end? The universal ash tray, the earth, (remains of the three kingdoms).
But on the other hand, at a certain season when the sun returns, the water tends to evaporate, this water which reimpregnates the universal ashtray,wishes to die in turn through the effect of the heat that rises again, it gives up, it evaporates, but then it draws along with it, toward the sky, those organic remains, it revives the universal ashtray, the grass and life surge up again and there is the pré. Grass, then, expresses the universal resurrection under the most elementary form.