Septuagint (Obscura)

I assume a true above and below One more and first of all I endeavor the deadly uniformity That erudition brought into this world I doubt wherever the earth's gravity That is boldly presumed to extend Over the whole structure of the world Effective beyond a certain radius Aeon, uniformity, divine This empty space extending on all sides Where the suns of the suns are subordinated I thought of a great manifold of different ones Where double stars moving alternately Round each other but not round a third one A whole that does not tolerate a middle As masses of light flow into each other If this universe increased to it's extremity When the other side transists into a black hole A downward spiral of the corporeal masses Our existence is complete in both directions I assume a separation of powers that be Of purely demonic divine chaos I endeavor the deadly uniformity That erudition brought into the world When we can pass over into the other A world, pure and silent through death This empty space extending on all sides A true above, a true below