Definition: The Utterly Other, , has nothing in common with anything.
There is nothing else like the set of No Thing -- the gateway to the Unknowing Knowing. {}'s character is the roadmap through the Unknowing Knowing.

is unique
Mutually supportive, the set of No Thing, like the Utterly Other, is unique and single. There is no God, but God.

is ubiquitous
Like water being soaked into a sponge, God/{} is within everthing.
The Utterly Other is in everything

The complement of the divine Kenosis is Plethora. The complement of the Utterly Other is the Utterly Total. The null set is actual potentiality; the omega set is the potential actuality.

The Utterly Different share the Utterly Other
The Divine Light shines through friend and foe, the familiar and the strange. It is the thread of creation.


A, B have nothing in common;
A, B are Utterly Different,
but share the Utterly Other

is irremovable
The complement of the divine Kenosis is Plethora. The complement of the Utterly Other is the Utterly Total. The null set is actual potentiality; the omega set is the potential actuality.
Now  
subtracting returns the same
and and remains
  always remains

is irreducible
Though ineffable and soaked up by everything, God cannot be reduced.

subtracting anything from
leaves the Utterly Other


Between this instance and
		the very next,
	in no space and no time,
	so alien that it's beyond sense,
The same between any other instance and
		the very one after it,
	preterhere,
	preternow,
And always on the cusp of
		pershing-becoming,
			enfolding-unfolding, 
	always present,
	never known,
Seed of newness and
		womb of creativity,
	unending novelty,
	the Muse's call,
Doorway to Plato & Jung,
		synchronous, non-local, acausal,
	Omega in each,
In each, many Omegas,
Threaded through each and every,
		though they be alien,
	weaving diversity
	into creation's web,
Never missing,
		though everything lost,
	our breathing in and
	our breathing out,
Always Utterly Other,
		ever Alien
	lures us into Love
	and the Web of Life.

©2001 John A. Mills