As to free will and Intermediatism–same answer as to everything else. By free will we mean Independence–or that which does not merge away into something else–so, in Intermediateness, neither free-will nor slave-will–but a different approximation for every so-called person toward one or the other of the extremes. The hackneyed way of expressing this seems to me to be the acceptable way, if in Intermediateness, there is only the paradoxical: that we’re free to do what we have to do.
As to free will and intermediatism
–Charles Fort, The Book of the Damned, pp212-213 (The Complete Books of Charles Fort, Dover, c1974).