<div>A strange overly critical passage that I've rewritten for clarity. Orignal context: </div><div><br></div>Instead of holes in the world allowing the world lines themselves to run off, the lines of flight coil and start to swirl in black holes; to each addict a hole, group or individual, like a snail. Down instead of high. The molecular microperceptions are overlaid in advance, depending on the drug, by hallucinations, delusions, false perceptions, phantasies, or paranoid outbursts . . . Instead of making a body without organs sufficiently rich or full for the passage of intensities . . . the causal line, creative line, or line of flight immediately turns into a line of death and abolition . . . Black holes and lines of death.’
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