"DZYU: This is the primordial computer, which runs the universe according to its own inner logic. That logic is psycho-biological and relates to the depths of the id. It is not however the "rational unconscious," for rationality is nowhere to be found. Rather, it is the root-essence of its own inner -- and hence true -- will. It is the ultimate projection of the 19th century voluntaristic metaphysics, but as old as Heraclitos, if not timeless and uncaused. It manifests in the captivities which dreams impose upon the ego at any level, and from those same dreams rise all of the acts of this computer. You may call this a kind of gnosis, but I would prefer to call this the self destroying and self-regenerating Ur-gnosis of the Meon. For it stands behind every universe, whiter it be manifest in "our" system or in some alternative system. And it is awakened in the processes of that meta-psychology, which the Zothyrians have brought to us at the deep levels of psychic energy. Manu speak glibly about it but few are those who meet it in the deep levels of the word-association tests of Necronomicon Physics and its applications. The word-association tests of the various psychoanalysts were designed to give a verbal structure to certain psychic energies. By means of response, one could determine the map-work of complexes and other patterns of psychic energy. For this process was able to set forth the "geography" of the psyche, in terms of its safe and sane and its undisturbed and unsafe power-zones."
There is a part of the soul of man which never rest. It is that part of him which is eternally dissatisfied with everything. It is that part of him which is eternally directed towards all acts of intellectual self-destruction. It is that part of him which is never to be convinced of what may be understood this side of nothingness. That part of man is the result of acts of Dzyu. That part of man may be viewed as the creative chaos that is deep within him... That part of him is the pure energy of Necronomicon Physics.
(Michael Bertiaux: The Voudun Gnostic Workbook)