1. Between Nostrodamus and Al Buliek: El Ninjo is a Russion construct meant to destabilize our agrarian systems, but failing to do that; affecting others instead. Weather games back and forth sure as Tennis, but the wind takes the ball and you never know where. Florida is under water up to the panhandle. There are cities in the sky.
I like that.
Technology by the mid 21st century is based on sound and vibration.
The fairer sex will turn mysogynist religion on its ear and it won’t be a bad thing. *Curtsies*
California is broken into islands which are left as wilderness refuges. New York city is underwater but upstate is doing fine… as is my state.
There is no stall in our technology as I half expected as some lengths have been gone to in order to protect it during the tilt. The space program marches on with assistance not entirely anticipated by the masses. There are off world colonies now.
2. I am not religious. The non-religious have always been persecuted wherever a religion is in political power… but then so have other religions. This become hard even for the memebers of the religion in power. No one can live up to ridiculous unnatural standards for very long if at all. It’s in all our interests to dissallow religion in politics. The Middle East has been phenomenally slow in getting that but there are signs of progress here and there.
3. Government and religion have had too much power blindly allotted to them but dependent thinkers require this. Government and religion have created the dependenacies on them. Human minds need to evolve past that. Some will make it. There will soon be a break-off point if I’m reading the signs correctly. The masks will fall off. The old masters will lose control and be thrown out with the garbage.
4. LOL. I’m suddenly remembering of the crazy old man in the ruins of an aircraft hangar in the movie, ALWAYS, saying, “I see the signs! Stop! Don’t walk on the grass! No shirt, no shoes, no service….!”
5. Some people seem to think I’m protective of religion just because I’m so upset about all the people ISIS has murdered. I’m not. I consider beliefs to be a personal thing. You can lie and say you believe something you don’t if someone is threatening you into agreement with what they say. That doesn’t make it real. That just makes it a survival tactic. I don’t think anyone’s beliefs can or should be coerced. I’m not interested in protecting religion; only people and their free will.
6. ISIS/DAESH sucks shiza through a straw. They are the worst beings on earth; pure evil; well beneath the dignity of being called human. The only people this isn’t obvious to are those who support them and the jihadis streaming to join them. I wish them luck in winning the Darwin Award. Things are looking good for that possibility.
7. My interest in overturning political Islam is based on the above and I consider it an abosolute MUST. So please understand if I don’t care to debate your non-Muslim religion with you. You’ll just call me an aetheist, agnostic, infidel, or witch like it’s a bad thing when I fail to agree with your religious ideals and I don’t want to fight with you. You I’d prefer to protect. If you’re not playing religious politics on me, then you are not the enemy. Political Islam is.
We need to be on the same team when it comes to fighting it even if it’s just verbally or via exposition. Just don’t expect me to believe the same things you do. We’re different. Can’t we just agree to disagree and leave it at that? Variety is the spice of life.
8. Looking through some videos about the Serapeum in Egypt, Mohenjo Daro, Nazca, Machupichu, and Tiahuanaco, AGAIN, I realize what great technologies have come and gone here and will come again.
There is Time and there is ALL TIME. There is nothing new under the sun. It just seems new to our incarnate eyes.
I’m sure we will gather in the Tapestry at some point in ALL TIME and half a laugh over this, watching all the glistening threads interweaving in the Whole.
9. A bit of vision that has stuck with me for years: watching a bay empty of water while sitting at a loom of some sort on a flat gardened rooftop.
I’m surpised to see it go and watch in amzement as far off at the horrizon a gleaming forms at the horrizon, a ribbon of water and light. There is a hum in the air; a vibration in the pavement beneath my feet.
My hairs all lift as if in an electric current, and sea comes thundering back in a towering wall, green glass, sun-lit, full of sea-life hung in suspension.
Then it hits me hard and I’m floating asunder in the current, unable to breathe, panicking.
And then I’m suddenly flying, totally free and at ease, watching bemused and the blocky buildings and gardens crumble amid the foam currents washing through them.
The last thing I see is the sun setting golden upon the sea, melting like butter over it where there was supposed to be land and now isn’t. It’s a really splendid sunset though.
10. Life here is tenuous. Every material thing we own, even our bodies and the homes that we own if we are so lucky to own one, is only borrowed from our mother, Earth. It will go back again.
Even should we keep our bodies longer than our homes, we may still find ourselves will little else. Any one of us can end up homeless on the street with just a sudden turn of fate.
Life can change between one heartbeat and the next.
What’s forever is what we are at heart and even that is subject to refining.
I find a great deal of contentment and freedom in this thought. Is that weird?