Friday, September 28, 2018

The Last Wave



As the cold civil war rages on in Washington, the war for survival makes an utter mockery of our pathetic delusions that we could ever even dream of becoming the masters of this domain. 

We're simply reaping the benefits of a vanishingly-brief armistice in the war Stepmother Nature has been waging since before Time began.

Make no mistake: the most masterful "Masters of the Universe" won't even amount to fruit flies on a rhino's ass if --all the gods in Heaven forbid-- this planet of ours decides to wake up from its unnaturally long slumber and do its morning calisthenics. And it has a habit of doing so at weird intervals. It doesn't exactly keep a regular sleep schedule.


In fact, given their fragile perches on the outskirts of the coastal fringe they'll be the very first to get the old coathanger from Wicked Stepmother Earth. If anyone but a tiny handful of obsessives ever bothered to crack a history book they'd see that Nature's very favorite pastime is smashing the delusions of the most powerful and most arrogant empires into fuck.

Correction: the planet's very favorite pastime is periodically annihilating the entire biomass clinging to its surface. Look at it as kind of like Wicked Stepmother Earth going to the spa for a monthly exfoliation.



In a coldly objective light, humanity is nothing but a nearly-invisible mass of termites, huddling on the coastal fringes of a landmass that is so vast and so inconceivably and mind-scarringly empty that it would drive the staunchest rationalist to a raving, drooling Lovecraftian madness if they even had the moral imagination to contemplate it. 

And even that landmass is nothing but a piecrust on a watery hell so wide and so deep that it just as well be infinite. We haven't even tipped our collective toes in those waters. You think because some asshole putts around in a bathysphere every now and then that they have even the first clue? 

That's kind of like if I ran 
around in circles in my backyard and turned around and told you I'd just explored the North American continent. 


I'll never forget standing on my front porch when Superstorm Sandy rolled into town. I've never heard anything like that sound in my life and I hope and pray I never do again. It was like some brilliant but insane Hollywood sound designer had been hired to create an effect for the money shot in which all the gates of Hell are opened.

And then he played it back for the producers through a Marshall stack.

Needless to say, the effect was greatly heightened by all the ball lightning dancing up and down the street, and by the fact that I had to hold on to the railing to keep from getting blown over. 

Never mind the fact that the quiet suburban streets of my neighborhood looked like the Fall of Berlin the next morning.

And make no mistake, Superstorm Sandy wasn't even a burp compared to what this planet is capable of whipping up.

What I am trying to say is what I've been saying -- clumsily and stupidy, granted-- for years. This world hates us and kills every single one of us off, no matter how rich, how powerful, how virtuous or how innocent. 

Earth is not your Mother. She may be very pretty but make no mistake; she's one mean fucking-ass bitch once she's had a few too many.

You are not who you think you are. We are in this world but we are not of it. 

For reasons still unknowable, you've been exiled to this planet and trapped in a crappy, defective meatsuit. But it's not who you are. You are part of something else-- something far vaster even than this planet-- and you are from somewhere else. 

This world can be very beautiful but this is world is evil. I don't mean like mustache-twirling cartoon evil, I mean like like how evil actually works. More often than not, Evil tends to think of itself not only as Good, but as the ultimate Good. 

Think of Earth like some movie star or pop diva-- beautiful, talented, charismatic, but also insane and sociopathic.

Recognize this world as evil-- and irredeemably evil-- and you'll be able to deal with it more calmly, more peacefully, more rationally and more happily. 

That's not me talking, mind you. I'm a fucking mess, believe me. That's the message of every genuine seer and sage who's happened by for the past few millennia.


76 comments:

  1. I'm joyfully participating in the sorrows.

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    1. Chris, this world is a serial killer! Everyone born is bound to die. Fact. Loving kindness will soothe the soul! Word! 87

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  2. Conform yourself not to this world.

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  3. Killing Joke's "Millennium" lyrics come to mind after reading this post. thanks CLK

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  4. So... are you saying it makes sense to become mermaids?

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  5. i fucking hate the cold civil war so much. I feel like if we are going to die time is better wasted enjoying life than being some dipshit culture warrior offended at everything or trying to spite each other.
    Maybe mother nature feels the same.

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    1. 'Twas ever thus, Kim. Just be grateful it's still cold.

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    2. Ditto, but me thinks the SJW's and LGBTQIJKMNOP's are enjoying the bloodsport way too much for it to end thanks to the MSM social engineering machine/daddy giving them a platform
      We sure are mother nature's damaged/deranged kids

      btw, Chris thanks for putting me on to the Joke, they are definitely growing on me in a good way!

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    3. I wish I had a dollar for everyone who said about the Joke: Holy shit, these guys are great. How come I never heard them before?

      I'd have a lot of dollars.

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    4. Yes, I've heard a few of Killing Joke's songs but had never actually been aware of the band. Have now listened to a few albums and watched the recentish documentary... incredible music. Just listened to "You'll Never Get to Me" before reading this blog post. Great post btw, its the kind of insight that I want to put on the wall so I remember it every day, but then end up never looking at my wall

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    5. HI chris. Long time lurker first time commenter. Nothing to add to the thread, othar than both Jaz Coleman and Michael Tsarion both apparently have ancient Indian bloodlines. I argued back in the 80's/90's with my metalhead mates that KJ challenged our notions of metal. And somehow Tsarion's relpy threads on his old website led me here. Secret Sun is now in my bookmarks. All the best.

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  6. Chris makes my butthole pucker with fear.

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  7. I've enjoyed every post of yours that I have read, and I've poured through a lot of them on this site and the off shoot site. But this post is one that I must admit is one of my favorite that you've written. I truly appreciate the sentiment conveyed here, and it was something I needed to read today.

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    1. Well, I'm good for something at least. Cheers, Easyody. Glad to have you here.

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  8. 'the planet's very favorite pastime is periodically annihilating the entire biomass clinging to its surface'

    I could comment as to the periodicity, and the cause of the periodocity [being the secret sun], but I'm beginning to get the feeling my comments are no longer welcome...

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    1. Not at all, Zod. If anyone would like to hear your conjectures they can simply scroll back through previous posts. There's more than enough to dig through there.

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    2. Oh well, my comments no longer being welcome, it is thus time to move on.

      "So long, and thanks for all the fish"

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    3. I don't object to your notions of periodicity, I just think you are a little too hung up on that particular thing. There are plenty of non-periodic ways that everything can and does go belly-up.

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  9. Sophia: my dear herb, you may exaggerate a bit, even though I k-now you mean well.

    herb: my dear (the goddess) Sophia, you, among all sentient entities throughout (is it a space?) the physical and non-physical, k-now well of the demiurge(s) methods, and the results we have witnessed due to unceasing propaganda of materialism, and the denial of the reality of the non-physical and the denial / forgetting as it conerns the immortality of the soul.


    (elswhere... Every wo/man is a star)

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  10. Great post Chris and regarding, "... this planet of ours decides to wake up from its unnaturally long slumber and do its morning calisthenics. And it has a habit of doing so at weird intervals. It doesn't keep a regular sleep schedule."

    I went to bed about nine hours ago here in Australia just having read about the 7.5 quake that hit Indonesia on a news website, but reading they weren't expecting a freak wave from it.
    I go to bed reading chapter 9 of 'Moby Dick' which is the sermon on Jonah and the whale and when I wake up in the morning find my clock's battery has had it and the clock is running way behind time. So I replace the battery in the morning and read the rest of the chapter get up have a coffee switch on my computer, see that you have a new post and read that a tsunami did hit after the quake after-all.
    I see Melville's tale as a modern day parable for the times we are all swimming in, which of course is just a modern retelling of the Jonah myth, but you are right on the money (or gold coin if you like) that, "We haven't even tipped our collective toes in those waters."

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  11. An estimated 75 percent of the population lack an "internal philosophical dialogue" and simply exist as the controller's "projected hive-mind".The hive-mind masses or sheeple are used to keep the black iron prison system functioning on a day to day basis and lure those who question reality back into total mental enslavenent programming.There is no greater time (than the present moment) to begin the journey of true self-realization.Take the first step and "Walk Away" from (media) herd.

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    1. I again cannot say enough about this article, one of the few that manages to approach PKD territory with actual observations about neuroscience that provides some rather plausible explanations for at least some of the BIP and how "internal philosophical dialogue" disappears for many (not needed to approximate reality for survival).

      https://aeon.co/essays/your-brain-does-not-process-information-and-it-is-not-a-computer


      "The faulty logic of the IP metaphor is easy enough to state. It is based on a faulty syllogism – one with two reasonable premises and a faulty conclusion. Reasonable premise #1: all computers are capable of behaving intelligently. Reasonable premise #2: all computers are information processors. Faulty conclusion: all entities that are capable of behaving intelligently are information processors."

      In fact, we seem to more be "information ignorers" though I guess it could also be called an "anti-process".

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  12. Of huge disasters, and such, cat on YouTube thinks he's found Atlantis, or the capital city, at least. The Eye of the Sahara. Intriguing stuff.

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    1. Thanks for the heads-up. Though it's obviously far older than Atlantis.

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  13. Holy fuck, dude. I have not been in a good space lately, so the idea that the earth will wipe out this entire shit-show seems somehow reassuring to me right now. Fuck 'em all, I say, but then, I don't have kids. For those that do, things might look entirely different.
    As for whether or not we belong here, I am not sure. The idea that we are somehow imprisoned here, for whatever reasons, certainly resonates with my own experiences, and as you suggest, the pronouncements of sages and seers throughout the ages.
    I guess it shouldn't, but it still blows my mind, that otherwise seemingly intelligent people are completely captivated by the ridiculous "cold civil war" as it unfolds across the various telescreens of the propaganda machine. It looks like a soap opera or wrasslin to me. It pisses me off that people give this toxic shit any attention whatsoever. I can't look at it.

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    1. Gnosticism willl help U out hear Jaun... as the great shaman CK supposes, it is best to remaim calm

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    2. People have been conditioned to give attention to this sort of shit, pretty much since birth. And for good reason. If loyalty to an abstract group of people much larger than your average tribe wasn't drilled into you since your earliest days, society pretty much couldn't function.

      I'm a dual national of two countries that are fairly close to each other and have good relations. And in spite of that, the process has shown me that governments are actually terrified of dual nationals, because our loyalties cannot be easily determined. Both governments do all they can to gentle nudge me to choose one. In spite that there is no obvious reason to think the interests of the two countries diverge much. I suppose what they're most terrified of, somebody with dual nationality may decide they like having more than one passport, and the more the merrier. And at that point, you really could be having way too many independent thoughts for any government's comfort.

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  14. And yet another typhoon headed for the middle of Japan...
    https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/powerful-typhoon-trami-to-slam-japan-with-life-threatening-impacts/70006150

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    1. The Japanese Government should immediately ban the annual Whale,dolphin and porpoise "Mass Slaughter".

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  15. I'm gonna be very careful how I phrase this, because I'd hate to get bounced for seeming like I'm trying to proselytize....

    Those two paragraphs that start "You are not who you think you are" and end "you are from somewhere else": man, that is some seriously beautiful writing. It's also the first thing you learn as a novice Sufi. And it's something I think we all (of any religion, or none) could stand to be reminded of more often.

    I actually draw a pretty straight line from our current cold civil war and CLK's admonition to remember that you're more than just a body. While historical attempts by the archons to control their subject populations through religion (a rather dicey proposition, from the point of view of the archons: history is full of rebellions that got started when someone had the courage to point out that the rulers didn't live by the religion they enforced so rigorously on the peasants) are generally well known, much less appreciated is how often authoritarian societies go out of their way to foster the idea that there is no afterlife, or no afterlife really worthy of the name. Greece in the age of Homer comes to mind, as do the Aztec and Maya; and what Sumerian mythology survives is so full of references to the bleak existence one could expect in Kur that it almost looks like a population that had formerly had a belief in some sort of a worthy afterlife was being propagandized into giving up that belief.

    And it makes perfect sense to me why the archons in any age would want to foster that belief: after all, if a person is their body and *nothing*but* their body, then the most sensible course of action in any situation is to stay on the good side of whoever can make things painful for that body.

    Just a few musings from an amateur philosopher, for whatever they might be worth.

    As always, CLK, keep up the stellar work!

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    1. That comment really hit me like a smack tobthe face. Off course! Genius!

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  16. Ah our good friends at Never A Straight Answer (NASA) sure love rolling the public; "Skull-shaped 'death comet' asteroid will fly by Earth after Halloween - The eerie space rock will zoom past Earth on Nov. 11"

    "It will arrive too late for Halloween this year, but an eerie, skull-shaped asteroid that some are calling the "death comet" is coming back for another visit."

    "On Nov. 11, asteroid 2015 TB145 will zoom past Earth at a distance of 25 million miles. The first observed flyby of the ghoulish space rock occurred on Oct. 31, 2015. At that time, the space rock — NASA dubbed it the "Great Pumpkin" asteroid — flew past at a much closer distance of about 300,000 miles (see video below). The moon orbits Earth at an average distance of 239,000 miles."

    https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/science/skull-shaped-death-comet-asteroid-will-fly-earth-after-halloween-ncna914816

    So we are supposed to believe that a skull shaped asteroid whizzes past our humble planet around every Halloween. It's not like NASA known for giving artistic touch ups to the previous observatory data.... oh wait a minute!!!!!

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    1. ....our good friends at Never A Straight Answer (NASA) sure love trolling....

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    2. Nov. 11 is Remembrance Day in Australia, so I'll have to try and remember to look out for this comet;-)
      Remembrance Day is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth of Nations member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty.
      In other words it is a day we remember the dead.

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    3. I'm not at all certain how widespread the observance is, but Neopagan friends have told me that they celebrate Nov. 11 as "Old Hallowmas" (similar, if I understand correctly, to the way certain Christian churches that stuck with the Julian Calendar observe Christmas on January 6).

      And if anyone needs any more evidence that NASA has at least as much to do with semiotics as it does with space, I'd encourage them to do a quick image search on 'Halloween comet'. Turns out this thing's been imaged several times...and pretty much just *one* looks kinda like a skull, if you orient the pic the right way, and get the greyscale just right.

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    4. I'm no flat-Earther by any stretch nor am I accusing other people of being flat-Earthers but there's too much evidence past and contemporary times of NASA playing fast and loose with their astronomical data. Losing moon landing data, losing data from solar event March 2012, and even recently with the Sun spot and other observatories shutting down. Clearly there are times where events/phenomenon is happening at different times within outer space that "science agency" doesn't want the public being privy too.

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  17. Evil earth but a great blog. Thanks for giving me something to look forward to reading.

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  18. What does original sin mean to us personally. If we imagine what an ideal goodness is then it's not the sort of thing that is possible for us. You can conclude that if this world is a test of character created by a demiurge then it is not a test of goodness but an exhibition to see how far it can make us fall. Welcome to the fall. Maybe we signed up for this as a sort of computer game simulation in the same way that people sign up for post apocalyptic games and movies. It's perhaps not totally impossible but the space of things that are not totally impossible is vast.

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    1. 'Original Sin' to me is just nothing more than a mediocre song by Australian rock group INXS.

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    2. Given that that nothing really means anything you should fondly cherish your experience of going through life mildly disapproving of pop music.

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    3. Given that anything really means nothing I should tell you Hieronymus ... I mean Anonymous ... that I don't disapprove of pop music.
      Just the BS notion of "original sin".

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  19. Wish i had watched this before i fell down too many rabbit holes!
    Easy 20 minute videos guide us through the narcistic fog we are in, in my opinion.

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCED9C361662866BD

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  20. Season 44 of SNL premieres tonight...
    Toostoned

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    1. They're probably still writing tonight's political DC jokes after the week we've had. It's a "target-rich environment" as they say.

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  21. Agreed. Not really anything to argue here. Side note: I was lurking on the comments on your last post and that bit about the alien tree house in the tree of life is brilliant. My mind tingled with that one ha ha. Well Chris you never disappoint!

    -Greg aka Boseephus

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  22. Most of the really effective kill shots come from the void. BFRs have rest the biological clock on several occasions. The Permian extinction was likely triggered by a BFR (Big fuckin rock) that caused an ice age right on the heels of a warming caused by vulcanism which had released massive amounts of methane intro the atmosphere, literally choking everything out. Not much got past that one. The dinosaurs are survivors, having got past that episode and the KT event. Maybe this genus will get past whatever is in store next.

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  23. Saw this article today just before reading your post:

    https://www.truthdig.com/articles/the-trump-administration-has-resigned-itself-to-climate-catastrophe/

    Forget science, our fearless leaders now believe in cognitive dissonance as a religion. Perhaps our current societal madness is perfectly explainable as colony collapse?

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    1. Just keep consuming the Deep State Globalist's Monsanto / Nazi Bayer Corp Roundup ready pesticides bee / brain-killing Gmos,keep eating
      the Big Ag torture-factory farmed animals, drinking the toxic (imported from China) 'fluoride' added to Municipal drinking water and taking this year's unsafe,dumbing-down agenda flu vaccine."Zombies gonna zombie" Most Americans went "Full Zombie" nearly 20 years ago.

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  24. Interesting article to check out in relation to all this:

    https://medium.com/invironment/towards-a-radical-gnostic-animism-85f535e90d39

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  25. Godam humans, fuck all. My gifts fuckers.

    https://youtu.be/7uHuj0-R5uc

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  26. https://youtu.be/S6-Rnq9P_wM

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  27. ....... Mr Hutchence (who's forename means - Michael, who is like God and surname - pre-Germanic introduced by the normans in 1066 - means heart, mind, spirit) lead singer of a band called INXS - pronounced "in excess" wrote 'Origional Sin' with Andrew Farris who's name translates to "manly rock"

    You might know of the original sin
    And you might know how to play with fire
    But did you know of the murder committed
    In the name of love you thought what a pity
    Dream on white boy
    Dream on black girl
    Then wake up to a brand new day
    To find your dreams are washed away
    There was a time when I did not care
    And there was a time when the facts did stand
    There is a dream and held by me
    Well I'm sure you had to see it's up in arms
    Dream on white boy
    Dream on black girl
    Then wake up to a brand new day
    To find your dreams have washed away
    You might know of the original sin
    And you might know how to play with fire
    But did you know of the murder committed
    In the name of love you thought what a pity
    Dream on white boy
    Dream on black girl
    Then wake up to a brand new day
    Dream…

    Elton John who's name has some interesting Scriptual translations too also wrote a song called 'origional sin'

    Oh, it's carnival night
    And they're stringing the lights around you
    Hanging paper angels
    Painting little devils on the roof
    Oh the furnace wind
    Is a flickering of wings about your face
    In a cloud of incense
    Yea, it smells like Heaven in this place
    I can't eat, can't sleep
    Still I hunger for you when you look at me
    That face, those eyes
    All the sinful pleasures deep inside
    Tell me how, you know now, the ways and means of getting in
    Underneath my skin,
    Oh you were always my original sin
    And tell me why, I shudder inside, every time we begin
    This dangerous game
    Oh you were always my original sin
    A dream will fly
    The moment that you open up your eyes
    A dream is just a riddle
    Ghosts from every corner of your life
    Up in the balcony
    All the Romeo's are bleeding for your hand
    Blowing theater kisses
    Reciting lines they don't understand

    I would say INXS and Mr Dwight understood what they were singing about! ;-)

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  29. Michael Caton star of the Australian hit movie 'The Castle' is famous for saying the words "tell him he's dreaming" and words to that effect many times in that movie.
    Michael (who is like God and surname - pre-Germanic introduced by the normans in 1066 - means heart, mind, spirit):-)
    The name Caton is pronounced Kaa-TAA-N †. Caton is of Latin origin and it is predominantly used in the English language.
    The name's meaning is 'knowledgeable, wise'.
    I would say Mr. Caton understood what he was telling them, too;-)
    Keep seeking the truth and don't let words ... or clever acronyms sway you in your quest.
    "Best to stay away from religion and go for the dreaming - the most powerful religion of them all".
    Paul Cox
    Paul is a common masculine given name in countries and ethnicities with a Christian heritage (Eastern Orthodoxy, Catholicism, Protestantism) and, beyond Europe, in Christian religious communities throughout the world.
    cox definition: the person who sits in the back of a rowing boat and controls its direction.

    Row, row, row your boat
    Gently down the stream
    Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily
    Life is but a dream

    Row, row, row your boat
    Gently down the stream
    Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily
    Life is but a dream

    Basic children's nursery rhyme, something worth sing in Sunday school I would think:-)

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  30. Chris, your prose is beautiful and I eagerly await your new book.

    Forgive me if someone else has already posted this. Vice Motherboard just published a short story about a young woman who receives first scale treatment for a lingering skin condition. She experiences a severe reaction to the treatment and becomes a mermaid type creature, gobbling salt, looking wistfully at the ocean and eventually disappearing into its depths, leaving behind a crumpled pile of abandoned clothes.

    Also, in the last few days, the sister of INXS frontman Michael Hutchence has been discussing his traumatic brain injury following a fracas with a taxi driver. She is disputing the official narrative surrounding his death, stating that he had turned into a completely different person following the injury, where he fell, striking his head on a curb. She comments that the increased focus on brain injury from professional sports has made this information now more palatable to the public.

    Did you hear that Barbra Streisand is coming out of seclusion to "take on Trump?"
    Or Kanye changing his name to he and declaring the amendment that abolished slavery abolished?
    The news has the persistent feeling of clowns exiting a clown car - relentless, unfunny and repulsive.

    Saveth

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  32. A step closer to the Matrix, as man serves machine? Or just a nifty energy-saving idea? Will your next phone bill have a "movement minimum" tacked on to guarantee you properly energize your spyware-riddled phones?

    https://www.surrey.ac.uk/news/smart-devices-could-soon-tap-their-owners-battery-source

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  33. Any wounded player, especially star players, could turn into a team's downfall.
    England are currently third favourites behind Spain,
    have been the deserved champions of Euro 2008 as well as
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    The choice remains to be yours whether you may depend upon guts, instinct,
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  34. It's ironic that we visit this black iron prison as PKD called it, analogous to many before him. The encoré must truly be spectacular...

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  35. "This world hates us and kills every single one of us off, no matter how rich, how powerful, how virtuous or how innocent."

    Yep. That's definitely it. The world has a specific grudge against dipshit humanity.

    Yeah, tsunamis are icky & hurricanes are scary & tornadoes make humans make wee wee in their underoos. Poor poor humans. Here's some advice: move ya dumb fucks. What y'all are experiencing is the hidden cost of having easy ocean access.

    Listening to coastal whiners whine about their tribulations are about as interesting as reading the babblings of a rube who planted his double wide in Tornado Alley and then acts all shocked & shaken when it blows the fuck away.

    Let's examine humanity's attitude towards oceans. Essentially, humanity discovers a pristine body of water. It then takes 30-40 seconds in aesthetic examination of this amazing site so, at some future date, humanity can convince itself that it's really a "spiritual" creature. Humanity then turns around, drops its drawers & begins shitting in this formerly pristine body of water.

    My favorite part of religions and all their "spirituality" professing offshoots is how the religious are so completely unaware of the narcissism that's at the heart of all their ramblings. God loves us best. Over the angels. Over his own son. We deserve eternal life. Blah blah blah, yadda yadda yadda on & on till nausea drops us. Just the fact that any human thinks its babbling bullshit needs to go on for all eternity just fucking astounds me.

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  36. Hmm, not chaotic neutral? After all, we don't apologize to whatever we rinse off/kill when we give ourselves a good scrubbin' when we've gotten unacceptable grubby.

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