I feel like perhaps some of the clues are forcing people to get stuck in the minuscule details of the wrong places. "Can't see the Forrest, for the trees" sort of thing.
"Beware false paths"
Don't get so caught up in the tehcnicality of the clues that you forget the questions they're asking of you in the first place.
Someone finally gets it. Now you should be able to see from my point of view.
Ideas spread like wildfire, if you want to change the world you need ideas. There are multiple solutions to the phylosophy behind the Liber Primus, but all fail regarding the question of death. No one has ever come back from the dead to tell the tale, even if they claim they have. Death is the final piece of the puzzle whatever you are searching for. Death can be experienced in life, but I'm not sure it is authentic, even tho I was "lucky" enough to experience it,