Uh.. "the mysterious" is not an emotion. One cannot feel mysterious. One can arouse curiosity and wonder in others by being mysterious to them, but one does not then feel mysterious when doing so. So calling "the mysterious" a "fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of all true art and science" is a statement that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. We walk up to this alleged cradle and look around and we wouldn't find anything. So whether the mysterious is present or not, what you're experiencing is last night's dinner disagreeing with today's digestive constitution. There's more gravy than grave to this spirit. I hope that answers your question.
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