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I would build that dome in air! That sunny dome, those caves o ice, !nd all should hear or see them there, !nd all should cry" #eware! #eware! $olerid%e, Kubla Khan
Preface on the Death of Doris Lessing
It has been assumed here that buildings shape the mind when it enters them, and from a distance, as an idea, image or metaphor. This gets unforeseen mention in the Preface to The Sirian E&'eriments (1981) where Lessing sa s, in the conte!t of a battle "between Forces# of which $anopus and %irius are analogous science fiction doctrines& "I would not be at all surprised to find out that this earth had been used for the purposes of e!periment b more ad'anced creatures(that the dimensions of buildings affect us in wa s we don)t guess and that there might ha'e been a science in the past which we ha'e forgotten(that we ma be ensla'ed in wa s we *now nothing about, befriended in wa s we *nown nothing about# ('iii). The sister to +piomes ta*es up that battle at ,istoPossum, which essentiall holds that there are three enemies, collecti'e mind, artificial intelligence, and the ruse of -T, all of which ha'e one strateg , to dwarf the human b either si.e or number, e!actl what the architects design outwardl , but this ta*es the co'er of science. Lessing sa s some of the preoccupations of her narrator are hers& (the chie one is the nature o the %rou' mind, the collective minds we are all 'art o , thou%h we are seldom 're'ared to acknowled%e this) We see ourselves as autonomous creatures, our minds our own, our belie s reely chosen, our ideas individual and uni*ue+with billions and billions and billions o us on this 'lanet, we are still 're'ared to believe that each o us is uni*ue, or that i all the others are mere dots in a swarm, then at least I am this sel ,determined thin%, my mind my own- (i!).
3 This battle of the great against the small, all together against each one separate is howe'er a misnomer, a blind to further the cosmic doctrine that preoccupies this science. That cosmic doctrine is the purpose of writing these pamphlets ta*ing the part of the mouse, or human. That the human is li*e the mouse is meant to be co'ered b the blind that insists we must e!periment upon mice to sa'e oursel'es, but which in'ites the corollar that the human ma be e!perimented on to ser'e some greater cause. 0one of these premises are true howe'er, and we will not easil or perhaps full understand the wa s this discussion is manipulated. +ne thing is sure, the indi'idual is not to be countenanced b the "forces# whate'er the are. 1ctuall the mention of forces stems from the +T, which is perhaps not so much a title as a description of an acti'it according to 2aniel (11.38). Lessing demonstrates how the war wor*s, casting the indi'idual under the bus of the collecti'e b sa ing that 1) we do not ac*nowledge the collecti'e, /) we thin* we are autonomous, uni4ue, 3) that our minds are our own. These are e!aggerations for the purpose of the cosmic. Perhaps the fit 19th centur idealism. 5ut e'en in the midst of continual ball hoo about freedom and access to information, great collecti'e ideas rule the masses, which is the more impressi'e in that since Lessing)s birth in 1919, the world population of / billion (19/6) more than tripled to 6 billion (/71/), but e'en more oddl it occurs that 2oris Lessing has died (16 0o' /713). I was literally composing this paragraph when she died, while I was writing I had been ree!amining the $anopus in 1rgos series last night and awo*e this morning to write this. I was also last night reading the end of 8ohn 2onne in 9. $. 5ald:s .i e, whose end is mo'ing, that so great a man as this also died. ,is epitaph reads& ,a'ing been in'ested with the 2eaner of this $hurch, 0o'ember /6, 1;/1, he was stripped of it b 2eath on the last da of <arch 1;31& and here, though set in dust, he beholdeth ,im =hose name is the 9ising. 2oris Lessing, (// +ctober 1919 > 16 0o'ember /713), 9.I.P.
This connection forms our greater accountability to the world of which the ultimate e'il is failure to connect to its networ*s. $ommerce, e?state, preparations for mass mind include, @ ou can ma*e people hallucinate using either lights or microwa'e or electromagnetic energ . Aou can also ma*e them pass outB ou can cause them to beha'e strangel , put them in shoc*, ma*e them hear 'oices or e'en *ill them@ (8ac4ues Callee). The 'illage raises it 'oice in our child. In 'assive/a%%ressive mind control the wisdom of crowds, flow out from the buildings. 1ll 'oices, ou ourself, trac*ed on the grid to a nearness of thirt feet. It will be eas for ou to be made read
for the $omin% Snake here or the Trick or Treat 0rom S'ace here. +pinions e!pressed are solel manipulated by turnstiles and electronic doors of admission. Social pressures overwhelm the individual. Unwitting research subjects will administer escalating electric shocks to one another, even to the point of an apparent heart attack, if a voice asks them to (Daniel Brandt). <ore active techni4ues appl for <acro 1lters in the <onarch Lineup fellowships, such as whether Line A is longer than Line B on a particular card. Aou are promised illumination and power if ou plug into the =orld brain. Then phrases from The 1evelation started to appear graffitied onto buildings as if the were chapter titles& %hape of the Locust, The Dall of =ormwood, Entimel Digs, 5alaam Taught 5ala*F Things were mo'ing 4uic*l . Aou want to get a tic*et. 1ll aboardF If ou unplug ou sin against the s nthesis. %e'ered from its culture and past, pure mentalit mastered the self. 1 new reptilian intelligence thought it would li'e G777 ears. 1fter all, didn)t technolog double e'er twoH <o'ies were made. %il'er dollars rolled across the floor, that onl loo*ed li*e heads. %o the human was architected and redesigned. Ienetic art came after the land bound monster buildings were made, e'en if 'iewed best from undersea. Ienetic art was a spinoff <engele and Jac, bo s from 5ra.il. 5lue ,orses, 'ermillion sheep, all ou want, we got it. -'en the name of in'entors mutated and changed shape. 1rchitects became starchitects who became !rthitects, contacted their inner arthropod in the archaeometrics. Dlowers turned to glass, trees to gold, frogs to armies, and locusts into horses with lion mouths and scorpion tails. The agencies had practicall nothing left to do. -!cept the wanted Eberman and Eltraman sans =ormwood. Dantasies were fulfilled from the landfillF Pretend the machine)s humanF +ld biolaters made new ellow metal. 1mbiguous gold refined earth in the image of wisdom. <idas) touch turned gold plants along with the man. "1 'ision of realit not real,# 5audelaire said, slightl before. It was "a vision o reality instead of realit itself.# $oleridge preached the hone dew e!udates. ,e launched the +piome. Aou understand the were not all 'lants. To call opium the mil* of paradise concedes the point. 0ot to lea'e good science out, this libert to in'ent the head?frog bod , cabbage li'er parts, tomato heart, brussel sprout e es, porcelain teeth, diamond bones, gelatin e elid monitors made beauti ul 'eo'le all the wa to 5 .antium.
Aou come to 5 .antium b machine. Ilasses connect 'ision to the iPod. -'er autonomic function will be monitored. This e!ternal brain will be an 1ll 2e'ices s nc to the cogniti'e prosthesis. 0ow ou can remember what ou ate and where ou par*ed our car. -!ternal brain will replace the one ou lost Aou won)t e'en ha'e to remember itF 5e h peraware. Jnow what)s going on around ouF Iet one. Aour phone will *now when it is being loo*ed at through the glasses. 5illboards will *now, our friends will *now. The Ilasses will proLect images into our e eballs. Aou)ll feel stupid when ou ta*e them off. It)s li*e trading in roller s*ates for a Porsche.
%ome people called it -l sium when architecture was a drug. True belie'ers thin* the lines of buildings draw up magnetic force from the earthF True belie'ers howe'er do not ma*e the s* scraper pic*le. The Iher*in %lide 9oc*et, to ta*e the humor of it, compares in phallicit with =ashington 2.$. +nce ou get the idea buildings can form thought as a di'ining organ to drawn force up the e e dwarfs awe into the 'iewer. These are eas parts. 5uildings in'o*e s mbols of confusion and insanit . These le'iathans on land, diseased brains, are an immersion for the final real e'ent, loosing from the ab ss the angels of hell. =ait for Iehr to design thatF The forms of chaos contrast with the rectilinear right angle world of Lust proportion before 2ada and the 4uantum. Insanit in'o*es chaos, introduces guilt to enforce control. -'il is lac* of connecti'it . The unpardoned sin is a%ainst synthesis. Aou are promised illumination and power if ou plug in. This connection forms our greater accountability to the world. That the modern world built chaos ma sound li*e an act of genius. It is ob'ious from brea*ing e'er boundar of the traditional, not Lust Platonic, e'er standard of human literature. Drom the ma*ing of the reptilian brain of artificial intelligence to the in'o*ing and propagandi.ing of the landing of space aliens. "The space brothers,# li*e the *new <alcolm, den brotherhood to the 8 billion mass who are to be outsi.ed. Logic and freedom are outsourced too. The coming empire is alread here. The most effecti'e boundar brea*s occur from the outside in. Is it too much to sa our mind is changed when ou enter the buildingH This will depend on how susceptible ou are to the shell constructs of the Mliphoth. -'er bod thin*s
It was the end of science fiction. rabbits with the heads of Lell fish that glowed in the dar* and IDP mice. If ou can see them the el'es of 2<T fair land there gi'e multidimensional ad'ice in twent minute sessions to welcome spacelings from the Tr ptamine. b e. Paradise mil* more than glass and gold. $oleridge. the I<+ plant. but b then "buildings# had become land masses and atmospheres. the earlobes accompanied the <amen spider or the %iren on the grounds of 5ilbao.# %he later 2killed the e!tremeophile biologists who engineered all this. $hew on our arm. film. 5audelaire. but buildings need no imagination to presume. present compan e!cepted.7. but ou ha'e to eat ourself. programmed subliminals ma*e the humans thin* thoughts are of their own 'olition. This m thical being had a biological inLectable //7 IM. the are immune. Jeats. ad'ertisements. %ocial controls.. That was ears howe'er before the Turnspea* dogs of $ritical 1rt e!hibited h brids at the =hitne for cash. These li. fashion. %uper fl tested sang. %uper man is coming. she was La 5elle 2am %ans <erci. 0arrati'e brea*s down in such conditions.ards made the starchitects Lealous. +J the beans are an e!aggeration. music. =hether or not she was spider or a machine. These dragon ca'es are temples of a science religion no one thin*s are inhabited. so who would begrudge the li. The ga'e out transgenic e) coli as little pets on museum steps. . 0ot Lust buildings. but god. h brid or s mbol. but after the de'otions in literature and art. In the =hitne breasts grow in Lars and fish are mutated into beans. a new t pe of genetic artist e!hibited breasts that grew in Lars. . $oleridge was slightl ahead with his "damsel with a dulcimer. Jubla Jhan mutated and became 3ber !lter 4ano #ot) It pla ed to big crowds. sculptures and art substitute for food.omo %ap b e. It wasn)t $aliban who wrote their brochure. whose outer priesthood forms in laboratories and art museums. the obelis*s. and art was werewolf weather not 201 art. I told ou the poets *new. 5audelaire and 5urroughs blew a /. Then the da s of 0oah returned.ards grafted onto earlobes that wagged their tonguesH To hear them tal*. that 'ast networ* of spider wor*s in ca'es. mass h pnotism. She was the faer child of +piome. 1rtifice to touch the s* enshrined the starchitects) design. <utated children swarmed into a mass mind li*e bees.
<ind control still had opinions in the +piomes. would replicate %t. That was the new religion. most transhumanist of allF "cience became myth. what does it mean to be human% =oods came out to 2unsinane. "rope the ab ss. I tell ou this but ou don)t belie'e.uman# was "be ond culture. +r guns either. hup. Iraefenberg owned the genes to patent 2wight 5ab 0auer. 0a. %uper human 'isionaries imagined a future where the did not li'e. There is no other wa to tal* when there are no ears to hear. 2ri'en to distraction b hungerhauser crime. because some literall do not ha'e heads. greater than e'er *nown. %cience as*ed.sche inspired them to transcend man and beast. 1ll pretense that a human was different now the container was remade was due to the se'ered head. It)s the old half remar*able 4uestion. some abo'e. %cientists and philosophers defined human. JammlerF hup.# as if robots. <a*e sure +bermacher %erbottendorff ta*es his spear. The imagined a lo'e purer and stronger than an one e'er felt. 0iet. he !yth of the "e#ered $ead In this deliciousl surreal world a transgenic religion achie'ed biological contact with %agan when the heads were raised. but were di'orced. 2r. There wasn)t going to be an se!. %agan on the wall. hup& %tar $h ldF III. 2o ou see there is no rational wa to sa that it became a science fiction planetH $lar*e had the substance right as did <atri!.i research on embr os. as man as 2r. %cience and artificial intelligence se'ered the human from its culture so the past could be remade. not poets. both drilled in its s*ull. It was insane. others below the ground.# become a superman. Then the began to eat each other to transcend. $aligari had beheadings. The imagined pleasures and bliss without end. but both were gunned up with 'iolence and se!. b use of a drug. what is it that we are part of. The potato was a s mbol too. intellect with no e!perience. what is that we areH 1 flying hat searched o'er land and sea& 0euschwaben.6 9eports of geoengineered fruit under $amp Eber Dunston. Dorgotten. -instein. . 1 potato from <ars had two minds. This bab would change the world. suddenl disco'ered the 4uestion. =h do we tal* this wa H 1gain. ". %agan. li*e all the rest. but neither did the li'e in the present.
In this perception of the un*nown world the onl agenc on top of its game was D-<1. To describe science with poetr or buildings in the greater architectonic. Aou don)t ha'e to see the world is morbidl obese. a drugged awareness that stumbles room to room. Let us call the situation an O'iome.. I. I&. It stored /77 million coffins. +piomes is a societal insanit . who found a place untouched b ci'ili. and a fish?bird flies. and plastic drums. =eather? altered culture changed so much in .. Enderneath the prett science flower the dead bird woods come to 2unsinane. "Transhumani. imitates trasumanar the wa the -E Parliament imitates the Tower of 5abel. the metamorhs. Pieter #rue%el the Elder" 5rawin%s and Prints) Aale Eni'ersit Press. the +piomes. +rdinar language cannot describe such things as 2ante sa s. 2ante said. chewed se'eral blades of its grass. %cience did not li*e it when artists loo*ed ahead to see what science was doing before it did. 5ut what is itH =e will get to the Iuggenheim. scientists and philosophers defining the concept of human as "be ond culture. Intellect be ond culture . Transhuman %hape %hift left the doc*. 0or can the horror of earth metamorphs. <ind fish ma!im li*e a fau! +rc of a fau! anthropologist in a fau! school b a fau! professor eats his students.67). a metaphor of drugs and architecture that built its heart and mind. People wrote allegories about faceless cogs of interchangeable pen and in* human fish where @out of the mouth of a large beached fish tumble man smaller fish. 1K7).ing ma not be in words set forth# (5ergin). +renstein. Instead of poets. Tr telling our children. /771. from opium and $oleridge)s pleasure dome. (0adine <.the land and water are o'errun b fish& a two?legged fish wal*s off with another fish in its mouth. refurbished ==II camps and found places for "refugees# to be "ta*en. "transhuman# (Paradiso. If $irce turned men to pigs. these m ths turned men to gods. 2ante)s Ilaucus transformed 0arcissus... and he became immortal. a fish hand from a tree. =e in'ent a word from $oleridge to describe the alters. he 'rounds of Bilbao These seem li*e inebriations.# The had swing sets and mon*e bars for *ids.# robots do.ation. Passage from terrestrial paradise to hea'en in'ented a new word. 5rueghel saw that he was eating himself.8 The came full circle to the archaeometrics.7 ears that the rest went underground.
It is poison food. is the distortion of false plent . =ho can doubt whether tampering with the weather is Lustified to sa'e li'es.9 hopes to replicate -instein)s brain. %pin the wheel. rainfall. the head ne!t to him blew off. rainfall. as if "one thought it a Lo*e. drought. hurricanes. not?food for the not?man. That there is so much more food from the green re'olution and the I<+ world that it would be gi'en awa to the third world. This is as glib as the assumptions about human identit that ne'er 4uestion themsel'es. to produce and release unprecedented energ . 0obod *nows that if the 201 of e'er li'ing organism were rewritten it might sa'e the worldF In the Loust of supernatural powers. therefore can be consumed. This . The principle of dissociation was manipulated also in personalities who fragmented to multiples when di'ided. sa ing the animal must be left behind. new technologies se'ered the mind and its memor from the past. animals. %torm surges. apes don)t ha'e the brains of a man. hurricanes. It does not ma*e a man better to dominate an ape. until altruism is a rhetorical blind to co'er the oppositeH =eather alteration must wor* or we will all dieH Ta*e a chance. earth4ua*es. e!cept for destro ing indigenous agriculture. 1tmospheres. earth4ua*es. the soul of the mandarin ma*es a deal with Daust. the onl problem being to consume it all. %o the totalitarian scientific obligarchies redesigned 'iruses.ero sum logic comparing chimps and apes in labs sa s. $orrupt regimes and transport. until. plants.# storm surges. 1s to Lustif ing the crimes science commits against animals. tsunamis of scalar techs are all giganticisms understood as a Lo*e. a . <onsanto argues that food shortage is outdated since there is so much surplus food. genes and atmospheres pro'ing minds most monstrous. 5ut life is a cooperation. tsunamis of scalar techs. but first the animal is opposed with the mind. as if life were a competition. h perdri'e seed stoc* and chemical soil ma*e food null and 'oid. It ma*es him a t rant. drought.
These were acceptabl written about with 9odin)s Iates of . Pitchfor*s came out of Leonard 5as*in)s woodcuts of The 5ivine $omedy. (odin. he 'ates of $ell 5oth supernatural and natural had to be redeemed. $it gates represent e'er authorit of go'ernment for a walled cit . The notion horrified worshippers at %tate. he 'ates of $ell . s* and man.ell. would sit in them of old. sea. &. 5eath ruled rom !dam to Moses) . Lone gunmen and were?weather. Then the Iates infiltrated the church.edges on Tillich concluded all institutions demonic. but it was with the an%el6s ire and sword that the irst trum' ell (5an4uet). Ignorance ruled.ell. =hoe'er first in'ented the term Iates of . called $ephas %tone 9oc*. 1ll cities. was told that the could not stand against him. =hat so attracted and repelled 2ante)s Inferno was the beast hybrid of de'ils with tails that had hoofs for hands. +f course %tate included the E. merchants.17 dissociati'e release occurred in earth.@ -lders. 2ifferent medias. but s mbolicall usurped modern has a longer line of distortions. realit itself is walled now. @ in a world where e'er thing I do and sa is recorded(b this massi'e sur'eillance machine the :re secretl building. as %nowden said. technologies and de'ices made the ancient m th *nown to the modern. nothing natural in the h brids loosed upon the world. apostle Peter.
torture. Io'ernment and science mind the gates of hell. 2ante.11 Drom .henits n. plants and buildings @culti'ated in sacrilegious beds.# 2istortions in the Iuggenheim <useum of 5ilbao became a metaphor of the whole. 'ates of 'igantomachy . poetr and architecture. but not onl architecture. Athena.u smans !%ainst 4ature. . +ld hat stuff.omer and 5la*e. 'uggenheim Bilbao Increasing numbers of e'ents would ha'e been termed a supernatural outbrea* had important political statements li*e of $hris . 0ot Lust 2ante. 9odin. came all generic disorders of the mind. 5reughel)s 5abel and the -E Parliament with 219P1. in impious hothouses@ (8ohn . Iigantomach in art.edges) been credited.ell and fire are metaphors for t rann .oward). satellite terrorism and the $I1 docs. Iehr . suffering. the modern architect has a 'ision of hell too. Pla the 2i'ine $omed at home. %ol. #resdin7s $omedy o 5eath against nature. 5reughel. =e loo* at it pictures while we tal* about it in words. 5la*e share li*enesses. poetr and painting. that "all institutions are inherentl demonic. who cites 8an Lu *en. 0either demons in institutions nor chimeras were Lustified to lengthen life. $ompare 2ante)s Inferno. . people.
that science was the gate*eeper of a higher state than m th. -.edges. =ho would not disbelie'eH . aTroLan . because thought irreal.uman beings are not e!empt from e'olutionar laws.# said . =ilson said.istor brought with it into the cit their "e#ered $ead.edges held the belief that indi'iduals made b s stems could resist s stems. +riginal distortion science of diabolus transhumanists o'erturned 2arwin)s e'olution as much as form critics o'erturned <oses) Torah.# (.K7.orse . 'oya. +. G3. creat a belief s stem that functioned li*e a religion. es the are. 9ole models. %cience. I 5on6t #elieve in !theists. ho. This onl stri*es us as odd because such an idea of science is m th. but ho.edges. but b superlati'es and distortions which occupied before 2ante and since. deconstructed nature right out of e!istence. so re'ered. . "we will alter human nature.ughes on Io a was as . 5atman and the Inferno were as real as the digital mind and animal h brids made in labs. but as a m th.1/ Irrealities loosed upon the world. stimulated the reader with absurd analogies. G/) 1gainst the full force of this +piome. %o hell was re'i'ed and 2ante Lustified. In the name of science the could o'ercome imperfect human nature. as much coal companies blew tops off =est Cirginia mountains for coal. demons inspired science. )olossi ".ow this occurs in architecture and science is not b gargo les. ho. <oralists li*e .
but the absorption is an intrinsic blue?green filter.ar'ard fundamentalism doing good. re'elation st le.ation???it is a . ma*e a new normalc . In the distortion of water with a greater refracti'e inde! than air. Dinall somebod reali. is neither Dran* nor Iehr . fish surfaces. not Irish but Polish.ed 5ilbao was a camouflaged L-CI1T. with the rationali.10. with chromatic aberration (color fringing) at the edges of the image as well as geometric distortion. It is a =erner . Lamb against the beast. The scattering is 'ariable depending on conditions. fish imager . /86). first remo'ing red light and then the remaining colors of the rainbow. "tar +ood $otel It is the literal e!ecution of the 8udgment against this world. a marine 'ision of undersea. a marine?animal building based on Iehr :s earlier fish. %o the imaginati'e distortion of architectures is *ind of pseudon m. demon against angel.og at the bottom of the sea water that both absorbs and scatters light. the near distance is distorted b some 33 percent. %cales. If the gates of hell are a metaphor for 2ante. spirit against spirit.# a . The o'erthrow of natural law b distortion.er. e!cept the li*e to call him a %tarchitect. some sa b his father. fish structure. to us the are star* realit opened b scientific oligarch to spew all that pre'ious academes thought m th. The contemplation of horror brings horror and more horror close. This was thrown out b e'er corporation and go'ernment that designs how "human beings can o'ercome biological limitations. Drom the $olossus. that reduces focal range of a lens. True belie'ers in moral purit sa science is a *morally neutral discipline. and ob'iousl b fish organi. .edges& "=h are those terrified people and farm animals fleeing in all directionsH# (8oya.13 m stified as .ation that constant 'iewing will diminish its power to disturb. Dran* Iehr as the totalitarian prophet of the m th of Eberman archaeometr .).is last name was changed from Ioldman.# which lea'es the moral Protestant as far behind as 2arwin and <oses in understanding the new human realit . 5ut there is no moral neutral. li*e the mind of genocide ma*es death. 2arwin thought our animal natures intractable (K.
there is e'er reason to belie'e that Iehr himself would be surprised. see*s to ma*e it superior in order that pre?%ocratic philosophers li*e . neither an analog nor what we thin*. . 5ilbao is a beached whale up from undersea. perhaps wishfull .1K piscine organ "contoured and massed li*e a fish. become prophets of distortion. The in fact are proponents of law. Iehr too is most li*eable.T). %o. arrangement of cur'es and planes.eraclitus. 1nalogues suggest of it a state where ill proportion does not produce disli*e. has features that represent identifiable bod parts of fish. lines on the 'erge of regularit but suggesti'el distorted come in a long line of 5reughel and the 2utch demoniacs. Dancing House 5audelaire:s dead horse s*ews the normal into acceptance of the paranormal. The tidal influence reaches 1G *m inland at 5ilbao from the sea at 5ilbao:s old town. who sa the ri'er is ne'er the same. that it @doesn:t loo* at all li*e a fish@ (I especiall li*e the @at all@ part). +nl Jaf*a is distressed at these distortions of the human e'en while he is caught in an acceptance of the grotes4ue made beautiful. although Io'ine contends. The multi lopsided implied points of arch off center. if not disappointed. The %cream and 2ada. to hear this@ (deep %II. and a shin surface (metallic scales) li*e a fish.
The desanctified images of the saints were replaced in the church b the demon? possessed <an of Dire. Painting such images o'er saints in a decommissioned church follows the same principle as Dran* Iehr )s design of the health center in Las Cegas.co)s images borrow from the madhouses and prisons of Io a. the sic* of +ro. The building swa ed as if two dancers were ma be drun*. opposites of the images of healing. Dancing House in Prague portra ed mo'ement because the windows seemed to mo'e up and down. rings.. ears. $ombre de fuego The destitute. "-!4uisite designs b the world)s most inno'ati'e architect. a hospital li*e a diseased brain. a full line of accessories so ou could wear distortion on our arm. pendants.co (Instituto $ultural $abanas). $ow much fun is it that these mirror images of in#erted hell occur in much the wa as the . the oppressed.# in case ou)re . . made bracelets.Parliament Brueghel.ombre de fuego b 8osO $lemente +ro. The ultimate effect of a distortion wal* was the 2ada landscape at 2isne $oncert . ower of Babel bored.all or inside the prints of 9o Lichtenstein for sensation be ond the natural. It gi'es meaning to diabolus.1G Iehr ?Tiffan N $o.
suggests it is an image of deit after 8ob K1& !ny ho'e o subduin% him is alse9 "outh Bay Power Plant Implosion. +r whims .e does to buildings what poets did to women. and we are bac* in Tro again. /6. 5ilbao has good credentials as the temple of 0eptune.1. what hides in theseH 0eptune at Tro with machinations. . Lou (u#o )enter for Brain $ealth &I. the poets) lips would slide. celebrates the forms of such incarnation in matter. the TroLan horse image of 0eptune to decei'e. . "1 2escription#) that show none of these transformations does much good without airH =ater. Tro . If 0eptune hid the horse in the horse. " 2own those smooth 1llies. or ma be pol theist. for Tro was a port where sea serpents came to rest under the control of that same god who put all dissent against the horse to rest. with 0eptune)s machinations. ma be Isaiah. 0eptune worshiped b the 9omans primaril as a horse god.ow man gods in his pantheon of earthl temples and material flowers sublimate notions of the artificial breasts li*e the 1lps. fire and earth inhabited b the man not the +ne. Enited %tates.1) %o Dran* Iehr . wearing as I go P 1 tract for lo'ers on the printed snow# ("The 9apture#) or "two foaming billows are her breasts (Lord . 9est is death for the TroLan . as $arew might sa . 5ab lon. !etamorphosis Le'iathan 5ilbao l ing at anchor on the water beside the sea pond ri'er./01 the mere si%ht o him is over'owerin%):. 4o one is ierce enou%h to rouse him) Who then is able to stand a%ainst me< -!cept as we *now. theist.erbert of $herbur ). . down which. 9ome.
5ut the mind can be bent. cur'ilinear. not a mountain in fact. le'iathan of undersea with a hoo* in its nose is neither an analog nor what we thin*. It wor*s as good as the idea of self similarit . Dran* Iehr . %o 5ilbao is a museum of the mind as in Pieter 5ruegel.ow this distorts and decei'es when it is both a propert of the e e and the wa'e e4ui'ocates different *inds of seeing together. golden sections. but mean to show a ma!im. not the e e. <ind fish are imaginati'e. Lulled antibodies. prophet. 19). 9efracted light in water acts as wa'e dispersion of light into chromatic aberration. images of death dressed as life. li*e that fau! +rc studied b a fau! anthropologist in a fau! school b a fau! professor eating his students shows. a ph sical form collaboration. To simple rectilinear.e*iel (8) sees in his 'isions of -lohim. . all arithmetic challenges. a fractal.). board rooms. It is water light. Dibonacci ratios. =e don:t sa mind fish are self identified fractals. %o 5ilbao is more li*el one of man global temples whose subte!t is distortion. 5ig Dish -at Little Dish (1GG.ation. pi. e'en its discontent. that being that all is well with ci'ili. a human s*ew. a communication that finds itself untrue. not the maLorit te!t. fractal repetitions. hence delusions come to temples. the mind sees. There is a standoff between distortion and con'ention in collaboration with ph sical forms. This water distorted 'ision of 5ilbao as a beached whale.16 Priest of 0eptune who threw his spear. elders swinging their censers before idols. sanctums that onl such as -. 5ut it is no mirage. 9obert <acfarlane in Mountains o the Mind. labs. proposes an @collaboration of the ph sical forms of the world with the imagination of humans??a mountain of the mind@ (18. 1 fau! whaleH This reductio is as absurd as the perception of the . not real.
.QgnaQ) each ear into the atmosphere as an e!otic weapon. <acrobial transformations. This puritan realit is crumbling. 2eca of the abstraction 1n image search of %tratospheric 1erosol chemtrails can contemplate the results of di'ision. landslides. e!cept according to laws. but that the new reflecti'e atmosphere turns acidic soils al*aline beneath. . Is the mind naturalH 0o. %o i it seems contradictory that O'eration $loverlea uses commercial airlines to spra /77 million tons of aluminum (Q barium. autism. it)s all done to trasumanar. <ental mountains are imagining. The deca ed and bent to what 8ac* Lewis called the macrobe intent. /K. the +ta*u architect to implode and distort. 122 and 1l. and the nano particles easil pass the blood brain barrier.heimer)s. creation of destruction itself. =hether this is a reflection or a maLor force. re4uiring engineering I<+ seeds such as <onsanto:s trait technologies. erupti'e wa'e motions are essentiall a different force than what dri'es the mind./02 1'alanches. To 5ruegel and imitators natural ph sical forms are outside collaboration. Things that fall from within are where Dran* Iehr ended up.18 mountain b the mountaineer. s* roc*eting le'els of asthma. It is a nice gesture of Dran* Iehr . Let engines. 5efore long ou conclude the e!istence of wereweather. it is not the earth which crumbles in distortions. -ni#ersity of echnology "ydney. and the spra ing pro'o*es catastrophic release of methane gas of the 1rctic shelf. nuclear e!plosions. million acres (/776) of geneticall modified corn and rice to withstand the chemical onslaught. 0ature is innocent compared to it.
The mind wind of an atmosphere polari. singularit . 0ot to worr . The radiation nation sang a new song to the fre4uenc of charged particles. Let us call the situation an O'iome. 5ore a hole. "oh god. VII. a Lo*e in the Times. +ther modifications lie behind the chemtrail 'isibilities. all the an%els come. 2ifferent medias. e!cited b electron c clotron resonance heats and charges lost particles and transmits them up. producing oto*u.19 $risscrossed trails of science. from opium and $oleridge)s pleasure dome. Carious methods alter earth:s ionosphere. trepanning that is. but s mbols of them all. not la'a and lunar. Ta*ing the 'isual Iuggenheim 5ilbao as an e&am'le of this belief helps identif e'er form. but rode them (. These angels produced infantilism in the 'iewers. impl ing a metaphor of drugs and architecture that built its heart and mind.119P ? $igh fre4uenc Acti'e Auroral (esearch Program). Dr. If it ma*es ou sa . li*e the 5eatles.# the god)s not what ou thin*. "trangelo#e <a be the were tr ing to melt the 1rctic and free the 0orthwest Passage Mueen for Mueen -li. what transhumanists call the putati'e god that chemtrails form and chemtranshumanists transform. 0ormall ou do it from abo'e. or e'en the 5uc* Duller 2ome or the 0et of 5la*e. art and literature re'eal a metamorphosis summed up as the creation of a starchitect. Little 5o was the name 1merican scientists ga'e it and little 5o ing was what happened in 8apan after. parallel fields alter plasma regions. Stockhausen Bathing Punch up -LD 2ome for these tutorials and ou)ll find it)s not of Tesla or -LD that $oleridge)s Pleasure 2ome spea*s. ma*e a new wa to the . technologies and de'ices ma*e this ancient m th *nown to the modern. one whose no'elt of creation trans orms them into idols of the architecture world. -!cept these were de'il angels and the didn)t pla harps. a drugged awareness that stumbles room to room.ed b electromagnetic radiation. These seem li*e inebriations.abeth.
then the aluminium in the atmosphere ma*es energ s stems wor*.119P transmitters round the arctic field. These columnar ocal lenses. bac* end dip down deepH <a be the new -arth can be ta*en into spaceF =ataheyF 2r. plasma orbs transmit?recei'e. a social en%ineerin% cam'ai%n to alter the way 'eo'le 'erceive. -'er seen a power boat accelerate. think or act) Obvious chemtrail ima%es are included on these stam's. Certical and hori. <eanwhile we fend off the 9ussians.il with that ring of . no doubt to subconsciously in luence us into believin% that what we are seein% in the skies is 'er ectly normal and nothin% to be alarmed about ?)))move alon% olks))) nothin% unusual %oin% on here)))the sky has always looked like this)@- . 9enaissance disco'erers were Lust ahead of their time. "5arium ma*es the aluminum?plasma more particulate dense. bro*en s mmetries unif . +h $lo'erleaf& $hemtrails and their Purpose.# 1luminium particle?heated electromagnetic contradiction?crossingH It promises energ release. a recent series o stam's issued by the 3S Postal Service looks sus'iciously like subliminal conditionin%./7 orient.e the ultra'iolet light of the sun. That would restore the trade balance. hori>ontal dri t 'lasma antennas are spra ed with barium to photo?ioni. %trangelo'e comics ma*e a new m th to suit 2ante. -urope and 0orth 1merica.ontal columns of gas. that is. =hen the arctic melts 1las*a can deli'er its oil and minerals to 1sia. Aa*usa and 5ra. ( o c e $l uds a' s. $hemtrails and the 9ussian =oodpec*er grid.
ation. <onsanto:s I<+ technologies surge on the new earth under the new s* with /K. The pin* is aluminum. G. =hat in the world are the spra ingH $harlie 9ose inter'iews 9a Jur. 5ut loo*ing up at the dissipation coming down in e'ening comes a re?engineered s* . 1cidic soils become al*aline beneath.weil at 3. 2eagle treated the pilots here.8 ph. then the will tour D-<1 $amp at K. 1 new reflecti'e atmosphere of 177 million tons of aluminum each ear. cloud seeding. =hat the s* loo*s li*e we hardl 4uestion./1 %cience fiction made real.ere the Ten Points get ou up to speed.. Dirst person reports disappeared li*e microbiologists.. . )hembow bounces off aerosol metal spra ed from Lets. ocean fertili. 1 pol mer fiber *eeps it aloft. =histleblower pilot here.G to . 45.. million acres of remade corn and rice. <odification plate tectonics. Aou call this subliminalH The s* is falling. the list is incomplete. $o/ se4uestration and militar weapons. Thousands of Airline !anager3s "tatement . ..5// were whited out to suppress this m th. the ellow is strontium and the blue is barium. entrained minds. . $onsciousness 5e ond $hemtrails (1ugust /71/) directed energ beams. 1ll ou need do is loo* at the s* falling.ow good does that loo* on geneticall altered mariLuana grassH 2r.
when the forlorn -< Lida tolled catatonic states in P+=s in Jorea 0orth. =i*ipedia sa s that I=-0 +ps and <aintenance funding were terminated mid 1997s when the cold war ended. Dirst the =oodpec*er Irid went down. Dasten our seatbelts earth. The bigger m th hides under an appearance we don6t *now. semi?actual science fiction. I write this wa because ou don)t belie'e an of it. come down to 5ilbao where spider %helob out front is memoriali. cloud swarms. -LD.. follow the cur'e of -arth. -!cept there are no Iround wa'e towers. 0e!t dance at the -!tremes of 5 . Lights. Things obsolesce. groans. but we cannot show this lest we be banned. $alled 8round Wave Emer%ency 4etwork.119P antenna fields still surround the pole. If ou don)t li*e the hand dealt in inhabiting the planet %t ! on our watch.ed in brass with the gold Siren o #ilbao. coast to coast. snorts.antine -!tinction here Li*e an iceberg melting we deduce a m th and call it %toc*hausen going to the bathroom. who would not want the G7s bac*. more actual. pegged to 3 to 37 . True 2emocratic Part here. CLD refract around mountain ranges to propagate a ground wa'e. =hether $osta 9ica or 0orwa . 5elie'e e'er thing and nothing according to the 5ards. improbable booms.ideout. to sub'ert the %chuman 9esonant -arth 5rain. %calar =eapons made the =oodpec*er Irid the first principle of planetar e'ents. hammerings li*e %toc*hausen at night are the haarp music from $alifornia to 0ew Aor* to Cancou'er /71/. . listen to the outube accounts of . %toc*hausen going is an image of the bioelectromagnetic bod and mind. but .istor mas*s the gunner?chemtrailed earth? planetar weapon. Those booms.119P at night. Its name is . shrill screams in short. -!tremel low fre4uenc wa'es. 0ot =hitman)s image of the bod electric. then I=-0. . all *inds of sic*nesses beneath. blamed on fillings in teeth. as recent as this month. snuffles. Ioggle him going. grumbles. some three hundred I=-0 towers were to spread co'erage across the %tates /77 miles apart.// $hemtrail superLet +rganoid nanobot dispersion spoof here.
oagland sa s h perspacial constants are changing. militar underground sites at <ontau*. that nuclear plants sited on the grid are getting Shotter) than the should be. but ranschronics& "1s our ph sical realit 'ibrates at a certain fre4uenc . li*e the last hero..oagland sa s in his opinion. -! 01%1 ph sicist .# ranspsyches6 "1mericans and 9ussians are both using scalar wa'es to engineer a particular *ind of le'el of realit 'ibrating at a different fre4uenc to the one we ha'e at present and changing the e!pression of our brainwa'es. (R6. "I don)t want to li'e in a societ that does these sorts of thingsH# Transgenics transchronics.. where "a new Srealit ) is being churned out with a series of Sthought forms) transmitted from technolog tuned to K77?KG7 <h. which is reaching a critical point. operates at K3G <. -'er hear of time speeding upH %uch a nineties tripF right out of Terence <cJenna according to the lights (Preston 0ichols). Carious fre4uencies are e4ual to the wa we percei'e life. transps chic Smultiple realities) of different timelines operate concurrentl at E. -dward %nowden. ransgenics I thin* ou *now. 0<. 'arious ph sicists are using transmitters to change the wa time flows and therefore how our time?frame 'ibrates./3 Bilbao "pider Aou thin* these things are m steries but the )re not. as if there were some other. currents in the head& Transcranial magnetic stimulation (T<%) induces Aotheads. depending on what parts of the brain are acti'ated b that fre4uenc . Kth paragraph).# 1re ou another of those. in central 1ustralia (according to the 5ranton and the bo!car wa'ing -!calibur 5riefing 5earden). and Pine Iap. 1mong all things magnetic. we are being manipulated into a belief s stem. tissue penetrate. .# . %omeone wants us to thin* a certain wa . +ur 'resent reality.%. 2ulce. LI. the window fre4uenc to human consciousness at K77?KG7 <.. who said. which operate in scalar wa'es. 19K7)s.
ing the atmosphere at least gets rid of mos4uitoes. . earth would be %iven technolo%y to brin% 'er ect health and li e to every human) Those 9earmaments among us thin* this refers to President -isenhower)s putati'e Ireada Treat of 19GK.3.119P pushes the ionosphere out and the lower pressure s stems rush u' to fill the 'oid./K Cer long wa'es of negati'el weaponi.. would recei'e those man inno'ations . err( 'iruses. to prescribe for e'er li'ing being this perdition.ow much do ethical decisions depend on distance in space and timeH This is the <andarin problem deduced from 1dam %mith)s Theory o Moral Sentiments) &III. epidemic %calar twin*lings. he main use of these fre7uencies in our time is population apathy . manic rage at 11. earth. (..) . arming electromagnetic particles. 1liens were allowed to abduct humans on a limited basis for the purpose of medical e!amination and monitoring. but the first 'ersion said a 'isitor from outer space approached earth& that i one member o the race surrendered to be tortured orever.. meaning science... Enapathetic populations would notice and beware. Prosecuting the greatest good for the greatest number the geoengineer barters 177 li'es in Plano for thousands in 0ew +rleans.119P& The Eltimate =eapon of the $onspirac b 8err -. It ma*es a difference whether the are generated from within or outside the brain. 2o ou belie'e sentences li*e that can e'en e!istH $all it dr seining. =eaponi. Together the electronics of 5ra'e 0ew =orld 9e'isit technolog and change emotions and perception with electronic telepath to create s nthetic memor . from a cell phone tower or( huhH -< signatures of. The fiat accompli of writing about this h perdri'es into the absurd.ed -LD fre4uencies induce paranoia at K.. with no memor of the e'ent. and the right to do it. ransPolitics he !andarin Disco#ered 'enome Aou might thin* -l <andarin is a comic Iron <an. depression at . pathogens broadcast as sudden diseases.G . That)s wh nobod remembers this treat F In e!change. %mith (%ee The %ecret %hadow Io'ernment. =hat is *nowable is the belief it can be pulled off. stipulating the would be unharmed and returned to the point of abduction.
technolog doubling.# it is Lust this "man. absurd as all aloneness and opposed to all who sa the choice is made publicl . There ius no Lustification for either. The choice made for one is the choice for all (-!istentialism and . Inn 1evelations 13 the merchants of the earth grow rich from this commerce in choice. It simplifies the one sacrificed for man long before these O'iomes forced the dome. $hoice comes alone as an act of will. This treat wor*ed as well for humans as it did for the Indians. %toc*hausen 5athing is an image of . but the choice is fore'er. 0egate or materiali.e clouds. %ee*ing to determine the original choice e!istential ps choanal sis la s bare this corruption of the will. but assuages a million rise in disposable income.. thereino principle b which a Drench son can decide to sta home and care for his mom or Loin the 9esistance. 1s %artre said.ow tasteless considering that chemtrail protocols ride barebac* all political bodies that forbid choice. and this being is man. human realit (. as . %artre sa s. -'er bod dies in the <andarin. The deceit of discourse pre'ents choice. with no support and no aid. =ouldn)t ou swap one hundred li'es in Plano for thousands in 0ew +rleansH 2estinies switch b spra ing. I am still choosing&# . s nthetic memor was in'ented to fill the 'oid. %cientific di'ination of weather is about *idnapping in e!change for technolog . The profit moti'es of art. In order to mise!plain. or. condemned e'er moment to in'ent man# who "ought to *now sartre?end./G that <oore)s Law testifies to.uman -motion). forget the sill dude being tortured on 5etelguese. %o the weather wars went mandarining.eidegger sa s. politics and science present the <andarin problem li*e this& all people will be gi#en health and immortality in e8change for their e8tinction. In other words. -'er bod forgot PT%2 and the o'ernighted technolog the aliens ga'e of the sudden genomeF -l <andarin reduced the price for a motherboard b its sla'e shop in $iudad 8uare. both are e4ual.119P in an apparent fictional setting. . a being who e!ists before he can be defined b an concept.Lpg that if I do not choose. "there is at least one being in whom e!istence precedes essence. after discourse and politics.
# +ne small thing tips the hand if we attend.a ot Fait Accompli The public might belie'e such e'ents are staged. but this decision is human. parado!icall . flight and recourse to magical t pes of conduct that I shall decide on the non?human. It was a model of intelligent and s mpathetic mirroring.a ot. if onl b the passi'e fact of li'ing in an economic s stem de'oted to the production of surplus 'alue(It matters that the <andarin is $hinese. =hen the in'ention is not of man. but careerists would lose their Lobs. but that the mass still needs manipulating is a comfort. It depends on who tal*s.H <ost =esterners ali'e in the past two centuries ha'e answered es to 4uestions li*e those. at the same time critics wiped out the Law of <oses and the prophets. "The most terrible situations of war.# -ric . showing how pressure was applied to . 1K)H =ould ou. and I shall carr the entire responsibilit for it./.a'e there been efforts to sa'e the buffalo but none for the original unaltered human raceH 1s hunters e!tinguished 177 million buffalo on the 1merican plains in the 1887)s. . "=ould ou accept the death of a sla'e or two in return for cane sugar and cheap cotton (. // 8ul /71/. and a perfect appeal to 4uietl "do something about some of the senseless 'iolence that ends up marring this countr . the worst tortures do not create a non? human state of thingsB there is no non?human situation. admit that the miner occasionall maimed in an industrial accident is the unfortunate compensation for reduced prices on computer motherboardsH The sic*ness and death of ma4uiadores of 8uare. or that commercials are real. Ensa'or augers of the tales below re'eal. to force the transformation of the instance into a uni'ersal that retains the instance in ossil orm) It appears b disappearingB it disappears b appearing.# (%artre). The function of $hineseness is thus. That iridescence in the airbrushed model)s e e is as sincere as the drugged e'ents of which ou hear. toda . <a be the mind s*ipped and saw what occurred in <r. It is onl through fear. .e could ha'e added the thought control proLected b the 1I 9eptile 5rain. +bama)s spiritual speech in 2en'er to the 1urorans. two fingers held against the nec* for a full KG seconds. but the not?man $amus must answer in m thB the choice of life is e7ual to species continuation. well worth seeing. because his being $hinese means that his being $hinese doesn)t matter. % mpath and anger are manipulated in the mind?massed whole.
the purpose of the 01DT1 treat to dispossess three million small $entral 1merican farmers of their land for agribusinessB to remar*et their loss b attracting them to Dlorida and $alifornia to pic* crops. but soo few *ills withal./6 the gunshot wound b that girl)s friend to sa'e her life. to!ified b spra s and left bro*en and incompetent at K7B so liberals can bemoan immigration policies in %carsdale to further ad'antage Ioldman futures of unspea*able speculation. what this 4uestion hides is fore'er lost in the hope "that o'er the ne!t se'eral da s.edges lights up plent of whats. compared to go'ernments that is. Transpolitic $ompartments wall off sense from intellect when the conclusion is unthought. and that all institutions are inherentl demonic (39. programs or thin* tan*s counted at allF It is impossible to bring accusations against higher powers. irradiated. not impromptu at all. This win win win for agriculture. and e!cept for 0i!on and 8ohnson. in'estments and politics is for the news reporters who alternatel gang the 'ictim and re'erse field again. -ach has a 'iew to accept staged protocol. <ichael could bring none against the co'ering cherub.edges calls the moral compartmentali. +ur insights are offered to neighbors with the media)s. 5ut to what effectH =alling off sense from intellect because the conclusion too horrible. no clandestine 1merican ops. 0e'er as* wh . Those fingers sta ed there so long it was startling when the were finall ta*en awa . fait accompli.ation of Ioldman %achs the worship of death. $hris . ne!t se'eral wee*s and ne!t se'eral months we all reflect on how we can do something about some of the senseless 'iolence that ends up marring this countr . and certainl not what. %uch charges are countered easil in the public e e b the good deeds and patriotism of the families of Ioldman. ./6f).# %oo man lone gunmen. bent o'er. but reLected as if placing two fingers against the nec* is not a tell that the whole e'ent was staged. e'en in detail. .
$ongressional 9ecord. 0o. in "an elitist =orld %tate 'er much along the lines laid down b the 0a.e control of all the means b which go'ernment and populace process information to ma*e up their minds. . competiti'e bids. The Aistory Wea'on is conscious manipulation of the masses. Aale Eni'ersit <edical %chool. We must electronically control the brain. %o man proLects once we begin to count. cost anal sis.orse is merel comic relief. Bwe need a 'ro%ram o psychosurgery for political control of our society) The 'ur'ose is 'hysical control o the mind) Everyone who deviates rom the %iven norm can be sur%ically mutilated) The individual may think that the most im'ortant reality is his own e&istence. Someday armies and generals will be controlled by electronic stimulation of the brain. =illiam 5urroughs said. /. 2elgado. Col. =illiam %.B? 2r. @Aou sei./8 %uch small e!amples argue a condition of histor as anengineering proLect. and adLust it so those minds are made up as ou desire@ (<ichael 14uino. . "The cultural control of populations b means of fabricated and coached celebrities# (Plastic <acca). 196K. . ou will ha'e our own. 118. 8ose <. deadlines. BOrdo !b $hao)B -'ents staged to bring order out of chaos (-dward 5erna s). $alling it a TroLan . Enmas*ed.is. no matter. earl drafted plans. 2irector of 0europs chiatr . . 5urroughs (198G). P%A+P to <ind=ar). 1t the top would be a theocracy trained in psychic control techni4ues implemented by computerized electronic de#ices that would render opposition psychologically impossible9 ?Mind War. Debruar /K.9. +rder of course means disorder.. +r in other words. but this is only his 'ersonal 'oint o view) ) ) Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. completion and mar*eting the finished wor*.
but now. since science ma*es its own m th. earth and under earth in one continuous scene of action. =e would be their worshippers. 9eligion usuall has priests to e!plain its arcane secrets. which as ridiculous as sa ing that before the did the built domes of ice in a bat. he .ew (eligion If there is a new religion where these improb? abilities and immor? talities are understood Iuggen? heim 5ilbao is its temple. that moti'ates biologists to ma*e a headless frog to mine its bod parts. It is a geneticall modified religion if ou will. %cientists are li*e starchitects who idoli. Ieoengineers aerosol the new s* .ere)s the roster. . . 9e4uirements of epic include that it encompass hea'en. and closed circuit controls for coc*roaches.ed themsel'es. a flounder in a tomato and new forms of death. The religion is epic in scope. This is thought to be right and ethicall real. m th becomes empirical fact to be re'i'ed e'en while den ing the fact basis of m th./9 I:. The new earth beneath the new s* sprouts an engineered pig. This religion reaches into time the wa chemtrails reach into space and can be trac*ed through literatures once thought m th b academics. 5efore there were starchitects there were pleasure domes and gardens which science made gigantic and microscopic at the same time as the <icrobiologists disappeared. 1ll this and more is policed b militar enforcers who can hear and see li*e a dog. In this case the priests are scientists. spider genes in a goat. and that all opposition to it is bigotr . batter pac* mice. The literall disappeared.
orse of 2en'er hid. in these ca'erns that foresaw the Jnoc*out <ouse and the deep le'els of the 2en'er 1irport. and it is from them that the ri'er actuall flows. heard them too.es Paradis arti iciels@) $oleridge heard deep ri'ers flow in "ca'erns measureless to man. that the human spirit cannot createB no forest of Dontaine?bleau or moonlit scene that cannot be produced with a floodlit stage setB no waterfall that h draulics cannot imitate so perfectl as to be indistinguishable from the originalB no roc* that papier?mTchO cannot cop B no flower that specious taffetas and delicatel painted papers cannot ri'alF# (!%ainst the 8rain@.uman Jnoc*outs (J+) of the 0obel Pri. Jubla built an altar of giant re'eries. art and the literature of the h brid celebrated the h brid age before it appeared. "dreams of a maniac who would replace solid furniture and a real garden b decorati'e can'as# ?. <oralists li*e $oleridge and 5urroughs at the end of the .# 5arr Lope.# (9i'er 0otes. 86). These so called geneticall modified writers were precursors before the means of the decoded human genome appeared. . for at night the brea* down and weep. 5ec*ett.u smans. "not one single in'ention of (0ature:s). electromagnetospheres. 5atca'e +piomes were the literar pleasures of . 5audelaire. . Thus $oleridge)s opium enabled his dream. 5uildings. 9imbaud. upri'er "at the headwaters itself. farther up than is shown. 5elow the earth. 2ada. ra'ens are meditating. $oleridge dran* the opiomes that inspired 5audelaire. 5eing measureless. 5urroughs did the same.e in Ph siolog or Jnoc*out <edicine were mar*eted in /7/G. in the underground bases. howe'er subtle or impressi'e it ma be thought to be.37 Literature and writers were the old testament scriptures of science in this transformation.u smans suggested nature was diseased. 1ll were precursors of <onsanto seed and Dran*enfood. 5etween the buildings of this future state where the spider of 5ilbao and 5lue .
which sounds li*e fiction. $hero*ee 9ose and 'arious +rchids recreated in realistic fashion using borosilicate glass# (Life in the Iardens. a biosphere of artifice. . although if the term were arti icial ima%ination it no fool. flights of fanc pre . e!cept for a new *ind of bird flu forged in those times from old Kiebsiella 'lanticola that *illed the past.eadless e'en if he did not et e!ist. To *eep him compan in his new estate Drabel designed glass botanicals in the shade of its poison tree. an immortal pursuit of artifice (5audelaire 3K) ali'e as wood and stone. Plantosaurus ma&imus re& lo'ed the .e would come the wa the weather had after twent ears of co'ert spra . "flowers li*e the Lil . don6t leave that %un at home) . %cience engineered microscopic 'iral clones of a new genetic cell. 2ogwood. 1mong starchitecture frogs and *noc*out mice Iuggenheim 5ilbao was a main pleasure port. 5ut 19th centur artifice was not so cruel as to e!clude the artilect. which was oddl not dead. Take your %un to town son. Artifice Thus $oleridge in his descent of 5road %trand. =aiting to be re'i'ed. special forces too* their genes to town. go'ernment and art planned to fill a thousand empt nec*s. Blue $orse These all thought ahead to ma*e the man immort. rappelled from a dream of hopes in air to reconstruct in hierogl ph a pleasure dome of his. Durther down the ca'erns the measureless too* its place. /779). %cience.31 age worried that addiction and "ancestral 'oices prophes ing war# would come. 1rri'als and departures. business. 0anobot suction cups formed in the fingertips of mensch.
dubbed "archistars# for design?made "starchitecture# memoriali.tecs otherwise called recombinant mutants from the E%201 labs. fau8 dinosaur.3/ The . 2o tell mo'ies long replaced the news. the =ashington <onument.armer Palatte 1rchitects. the e es of +culus . 5lue horse 2en'er didn)t seem demonic though. the $apitol 2ome. Parliament?5abel furnished with a spider and a siren 'ision of sculpture. The new age wore semaphores on the runwa . %uch honor was reser'ed for %panish con4uistadors. name our own. for the 1.orse of Tro . great Ueus in the lobb of the E0. par*s and ser'ices of the E0 Ueus. of the .. =hitne Jac. Iuggenheim 5ilbao.orus in the subwa beneath 9P11. ancient %umer horses with heads of a lion and stingers in their tails (5ergson)s %e'enth %eal).ed. Long5nec<ed lion. -E Parliament. In the guise of bringing art to the masses. 5ab lon. 1nubis and the murals of the 2en'er 1irport signaling. 2en'er 1irport. . Tower of 5abel. Ishtar Iate. Cisiting 1nubis. but the coinage suited thousands of ears no doubt. 0ebuchadne. the 8ac*al?headed dog.ar)s gold statue. including that TroLan . floated down the Thames on its world tour to Loin a line of icons dwarfed or magnified from the past. part human P part beast.orse li*e the Ishtar Iate. a 'orte! swallowing the globe.
.33 5 Paradise Lost "atan (ises From a Burning La<e :. %atan on the 5urning La*e along with The =eaponi. as illustrated b Paul Iusta'e 2orO.ed =eather of <aui was prescient as well. Bring Art to the !asses To better manipulate these structures. raising up the engine of Pandemonium e!ecuted b go'ernments for all e!tinctions. committees of starchitects re'i'ed Paradise .ost) 5oo* II filled the unspo*en need.
tundra on the wall(.ead. This first 'ersion of . 67f& $. Pandemonium 0>.ing through the hole in the melting ice and so coming to his feet the climbed down its sides. The 5iscarded Ima%e) 1K1?/).3K =as <ichelangelo)s 5runkenness o 4oah to be made into an inebriant hologram to numb the culling the culling o the herdH . e!posed how @two tra'elers found the shagg and gigantic Lucifer at the absolute centre of the -arth. it is up to his feet@ ?In erno !!!i'. who read the 5ante/Cir%il 1e'ort.is 9aising of the Triumphant Iolden . Photographers on the Inferno beat. read this before ou go. embedded up to his waist in ice. %.# 5ut the ice was meltingF Tundra.4 The onl wa the could continue their Lourne was b climbing down his sides?there is plent of hair to hold on b ?and s4uee. along with Triumph of the Li'ing Immortal Iolden . as elites escape planet -arthH I ou are one of those luc* ones to get a tic*et and ou are read for blast off. =ohn !artin. Lewis.erd. told a similar tale. where ships were stowed stow awa read for blast off. in the re'erse gra'it & @though it is down to his waist. 2id the 2en'er 1irport herald some deeper 2antean tra#erse of its labyrinthine underground. those lost wor*s reco'ered from beneath the Catican. The problem was that once these were brought to the surface the were subLect to the same in'isibilit controls and nobod could see them.
before it melted. The epic world is closer than ou *now. Plutarch said.orse. 1nd that hair will be needed in the cold. K. poem seepage deep enough. dude.). hid the scoop that not onl was this the first reptilian man and the first use of the word transhuman. +nce begun this line of in4uir caused a reappraisal of all the great wor*s. %cale to the circuits below. "m th manifests in metaphorical images of the organs of the bod in conflict with each other# (The Power o Myth. ma*e read metaphors. hair and port. Plutarch was an 1rchon giant who had rowed across the galactic moors in these metaphors .# 0e'er mind the 2en'er 1irport. The little world has the same organs as the great.e was of course opposed in this b 8oseph $ampbell who said. drain a 4uaff. 4uic*l aboard bestow ou. but also the de'il)s staircase was upside down. It seems unfair. =e best not loo* into the TroLan . =hat moreH %tarchitecture counterparts in mo'ies and litH " <unch a mountain. which m th these lines creates.3G the de'il)s staircase. -'er one who sails. Dear obesities of imaginati'e bondsH 5ulging e4uatorH Dlesh up. %cientists had Turner)s 1ngel %tanding in the %un on the drawing board for the new millennium in Drance. . for that don*e mule to carr ou loft.
the good news of all this was that it spelled an end to all those -'olution Pra er 5rea*fasts at the =hite . Lust feared. 5e not blind. barium. 2ifferent from the heart where desert pump and blood whoosh 'ein. thought? formed shaped e!istenceH $ompare the Iree* purged pit and fear. %tar(chitectures) forgot the purge. (e#elation of the 'oden Age . that @stars re'ol'e li*e :radiant e es: 117. bits of plasmaH Pathetic lunac H <etaph sic ph sical mass. 19G6). The sun dispersed itself of heat and light as if it were the heart. earth and sea were bowels and bladder. sent up warm e!halations abo'e from that region refined and more below (11/ On the 0ace o the Moon . 5lood and breath. =hat:s a little aluminum. strontium. hee said in the face of the uni'erse of -!treme =eather. <oon between the sun and earth was the li'er. different from the mountain where the wind blows sound.ibrary.oeb $lassical . different from the 'oice within. and 'iscera 111 between the heart and bowels. :I.3. VII. but he ne'er saw t lines crisscross the s* or he)d ha'e thought the hea'ens were pla ing tic tac toes with him.ouse.
but had a he!agram abo'e a p ramid as the . Prospectors of Iilgamesh. 1baddon.esiod and . was called $hristian for its three har'ests of 1pollo ? 1poll on. resembled ancient m stical starchitectures li*e those to which %hadrach. . 5ab lon and 5erlin deep in the politics of the 4ovus Ordo Seclorum of the 1merican seal predicted a gentle life without care. latest applied to 1merican $apitol 2ome. but 9oman starchitects had prepared the age for another.omer.orusF 0o m ster of the Iolden 1ge of Ireece and 9ome. or as the . Domitian before his nose @ob The Ireat %eal lac*ed a cross.36 Cephalus Aurora !oussin "f the #olden Age hides conceptual fau$ pa$ compare Titian%s !astoral Concert here for hidden grotes&ues. 1merica was the e e on the dollar bill. the ultimate god?emperor married religion and state. (uins ?f Pergamos 1n ob'ious star? chitecture of its own.ebrews sa . 5ab lon and -g pt. the golden age up rose from 0imrod:s plain. <eshach and 1bednego refused to bow. $hristians too* that old compound from Cirgil:s 0ourth Sym'hony as a celebration of the prophec of $hrist. =ith the sweet Iolden 1ge of .e of .
than what happened later at its opening in Ierman . .ar of the 0eo?5ab lonian empire (c.# If that)s good news tr also that the demons of ancient Pergamos could not bear that their sacrifices were being ruined b 1ntipas.38 Treading e'er thin ice.otel.eads). an e'ol'ed creature who had once been a man. 2omitian translated this worship of god?emperor re'ered from Jing 0ebuchadne. The trium'hator had whole buildings and comple!es (neocorates) dedicated to worship. "The image of the emperor that Pergamans worshipped with their gods was re'i'ed in 2en'er.# not too great a recommendation for the candidate. especiall in the eastern pro'inces. <an?god?emperor. therefore a figure of speech.. it would be as if the president declared himself di'ine and enshrined himself among the gods on the $apitol 2ome F It would be as though worshipers must either 'enerate or die.That first centur altar of Pergamos duplicated on the 2en'er stage for the candidate of twent ?o?eight. got them into 'igantomachy Frieze the 5ible. 8ohn said Pergamos was "the place where %atan dwells. which much more identifies what happened at Pergamos at that huge altar. li*e in the Ishtar . which resonates e!tremel well in the manufacture of god?men of the underground (%e'ered . . %t. Pergamum worship of gods. Pergamos was a center of emperor worship before $onstantine made the ecclesiastical state Loin religion and politics. The 9oman emperor?god was what is called toda among transgenics.77 5$) to 9ome.
determined to sacrifice their li'es. <ishael. "*now + *ing. that the old gods were better than the new. The Io'ernor won when 1ntipas refused to put incense in the red hot copper bull *ettle. and 1.ananiah. that the religion of the Iree*s and 9omans was better than the $hristian because impro'ed with time.. !eshach and Abednego. 2o not engage in free speech debate since the outcome is alwa s the same. The %wiss lac*ed the de'otion to the fire.ar threw them in the furnace for not bowing down to his gold god.ar:s command and ta*e death b fire instead of worshiping his idol.39 who was casting them out.e*iel (Aa>*iyal@ whether the should resist 0ebuchadne.e*iel was told& @Aou belie'e I will abandon them.e*iel:s famous resuscitation of the dead is said to ha'e occurred the same da the three were cast in the furnace.. The said. The go'ernor told him to cease and desist.# %o Antipas @oined "hadrach. and 1bednego) as*ed -. but that shall not happenB let them carr out their intention and see. not $ain. =hen the had left. that we will not ser'e our gods or worship the image of gold ou ha'e made. Impolitic 1ntipas responded that while $ain was older than 1bel. -. W1ccounts of the fier furnace in midrash $anticles 1abbah sa . In late medie'al %wit. <eshach and 1bednego when 0ebuchadne.X Ishtar 'ate These Iolden 1ge Pergamans got rich when The Ishtar Iate was stolen b the Iermans in the 19th centur and sent to 5erlin. 1ntipas was thrown into the *ettle the wa %hadrach. which would ha'e been ta*en as an act of adoration to the emperor. In ancient times .erland the would drown their <ennonites in a bag or drag them behind boats for their e!ecutions.ariah (%hadrach. it was 1bel who was accepted b Iod. -. <eshach.
and blue gold with allure enflamed a man)s blood. %ive me your semen9 Eshe saidF Plant your seed in the body o Ishtar) !bundance will ollow riches beyond the tellin%B (2a'id Derr .K7 the gates represented political and religious authorit in one. 0o one suspects that the true purpose was(. a secret political thin* tan* tas*ed to e!plain these matters. Ishtar the DirstF had wings and claws. lapis. lion. and <r.otelsH Dor in the language of the poem the man was discarded as the broken win% . wh did not +bama reLect her tooH This was a contro'erser among the councils of the 0o. then when Iilgamesh reLected Ishtar. /9). 5ut if 5ab lon 'ilgamesh is Ira4 and Ira4 is Eru*. B8ive me the seed o your body. the true purpose of the 5erlin ac4uisition remains speculati'e. <as*ed as archeological sites. The goddess wanted the office of the *ing President. Ishtar the beautiful. That Iate would ha'e seen condemned capti'es from all o'er the world. from +ld 8erusalem to the %hiites of the Ira4 =ar. $onsidering this we might wonder. +bama stands as a counterpart to Eru*)s Iilgamesh. 5ut cross her and she would ma*e ou deformed. The Present Iilgamesh must not ha'e *nown what Ishtar meant when she in'ited him. . Ishtar who wanted to seduce them all. $a*es ba*ed with Ishtar:s face (Deremiah KK) were sold to those being led out. how could Ishtar la claim a whole chain of =ashington . Iilgamesh would not. Ishtar)s lo'ers turned up dead.er lo'e signs. the irresistible.
touch me here. The lapis and aurochs and cedar down the wa of lions we will fulfill. Btouch me where you dare not. touch me where you want to. The ill. 0obod belie'ed it then either. the lion who ell in the 'it. This concerns the bod politic. the shoe that 'inches the oot o the wearer.She was the door by. Iridloc* in 2$F %he was Bthe door throu%h which the cold %ets in. riches without telling. but what about the teamH 0ot the 5roncosF the 2emocratsF "Ishtar too* center stage that night in beautiful blue. wahF 2oes she complain of him li*e Iilgamesh. @1bundance will follow. That is literar fact about which we should as* the President and his $hief of %taff.# %he turned him into a frog. her lust was that great >she said.K1 o the bird.made wall that buckles when time has %one by) The leaky water skin soakin% the carrier) 'ilgamesh caressing IshtarAs palace dogs . the %oatherd turned to a wol . chemical wood.# The nominee accepted from the middle of the image .she was la belle dame sans merci sans mud). It got the better of the capti'e when Ishtar and Pergamon came to 2en'er. touch me hereB ?G:@. the house that alls down. the horse hobbled in mud. 0o wonder capti'it felt so good. that "Iilgamesh found out and told all m foulness@ (3/).# . ??but the gardener didn)t want to @eat the rotten food P ha'ing been taught to eat the wholesome. =hen the tempted gardener in the Eru* palace was offered a go. the ire that %oes out. the 'itch that sticks to the hands o the one who carries the bucket. =ah.
the iconic 1ltar and the 2en'er frie. The Ishtar Iate in the foreground enclosed the podium. XII. Ishtar and the Presidents. roasting on the coals. Ishtar Behave! That)s what the sa when the )re together. <uch li*e the buildings and art of that st le world? wide.e of Iigantomach were prima facie larger than life. %he was called to the !ltar when starchitects built the gigantic stage. .K/ =ould the promise of the beautiful Ishtar turn him to a frogH 0o Lournalist saw a giant bull *ettle off stage.
+bama)s fascination with Ishtar being m th. <egiddo and 1i. =hen fact is m th m th turns to fact. Ira7i Freedom )amp as American )apti#ity Instead of <r.K3 These Ishtarocrat designs suggest Ishtar was thought a harmless m th b the presidents the same wa 8oseph $ampbell said m ths are essentiall powerless since the are inside people and mirror onl their internal states as "world dreams. .# The e'o*e feeling. these buildings without whole armor. but ne'er states of being. 2o not enter these archaeometrics. impacting the proto? %emitic 1**adians of 8ericho. it superimposed the realit of the Ira4 war as a metaph sical women weeping for Tammu..
It has nothing to do with public relations Lustice. The war was for the office. Ii'en license. -uphrates and Persian Iulf united under one *ing. designed from long ago. e'en though it began with another President it made no difference.KK and when the lands of %umer and 1**ad south of 5aghdad bounded the Tigris. The principle is this. for %addam . or the TroLan . =hen the left Ira4 its gods came along. =hate'er the Ira4 =ar was reall about. it was as ignorant to den this as calling %esostris an immigrant. %o it was said that "1mericans thin* the can con4uer territor .orse a tribute. 1ll the fabulous shoc* and awe of the assault of 5ush on Ira4 was re'isited in 1merica b the spiritual +bama. appropriate whate'er riches and lea'e the rest behind. not the man.# If ou would ha'e told that President +bama that . push something down here and it comes up o'er there.ussein and his gods. There must be reaction to action.
That)s how Ishtar showed up in 2en'er. the $apitol 2ome and the dollar bill. less remote than e'er tenets of Islam state that America anne8ed herself to Babylon and -g pt in retribution for its aggression (under no less an authorit than IurdLieff). it is not ours to 4uestion if this phenomenon is real. that is how Ishtar got to 2en'er with her Pergamon bac*dropB she was also enshrined in $ongress. =here else but in $on%ress would Ishtar beH The $apitol 2ome as a *ind of 2ome of the 9oc* too* o'er 9epublicans and 2emocrats. %o old hat as to be meaningless. Ira4 being spiritual 5ab lon. which included the construction of the =ashington <onument (-g ptian stele). 2id 1mericans *now that in con4uering the were con4ueredH 1ggression is so two? edge. Those touching tales told b children show how . b the superimposition of the 5ab lonian gods upon 1merica begun ears before. There here was another wor* in this series of political metaph sics called Shock and !we on !nimals o Ira* that was filled with the cries and bra s of terror of pets that went unnoticed in reports. so to spea*. 1ll Eru*ians too* Ishtar as the o iciate at President +bama)s ascendenc . In'iting the 1rab to the mos4ue before Ira4.KG Ishtar was his campaign goddess he)d ha'e laughed. 5eing outside ordinar *en.
re'isited in the E for the J. The President)s act of genius with the Pergamum altar and the Ishtar Iate transformed 1merica. who changed their entire religion under its influence and adopted entirel new s mbolog . <uch is capable here of hermetic e!pansion as 1merica)s capti'it in architecture and undertecture enlarges and diminishes the scale. step bac* and s4uint. images of the Ishtar Iate and the 1ltar of Pergamos were mostl unrecogni. Imagine no religion I guess that)s no surprise. Imagine Lust an . %ome saw Iree* columns. or 2r.ing cross pollination. but one. nations that e!perience 5ab lonian capti'it undergo such an ama. there)s no countries. 1mong man instances the 8ews who came out of 5ab lon $apti'it ne'er said the name of their Iod againF The got the #abylonian Talmud and the Hohar in e!change for the 2iaspora.ouse on the altar where saints had been slain. Pundits saw images of the Lincoln <emorial in the bac*ground. e!cept one. imagine. %ome saw the pillars of the =hite . To reall get it ou ha'e to combine the 1ltar with the Ishtar Iate in our mind)s e e.K. In his "sote$ture Start 'ectures the Jur* =old name was found to contain all the letters of Eru*. the spiritual capital of 5ab lon. +bama 'isited on his pre'ious trip. $onsidering the long reach of the 5ab lonian $apti'it upon the 8ews. 5ab lonian capti'ities in general and the capti'e ta*ing in particular are a s mbol of the later human ta*ings. or ou can Lust loo* at the pic below. Ta*en from 5ab lon to the Pergamon <useum in 5erlin.ed b the press at the 2en'er acceptance. I wonder if ou can. loss of tribe and 0ame. where <r. If ou ha'e trouble seeing. <artin Luther Jing on the 2en'er stage.
"=hat a big smile ou ha'e grandma.# . I hope ou)ll Loin us so the world can be as one. blue as blue could be for frogs in the fr ing pan. ooo. +o.K6 aura.
who *new.K8 Isabelle !ac.i fanatics. "=hen men of peace brought war the !merican 'eo'le said. *A ric<ery9 =eimar Ierman could not belie'e its 0a. (5o d (13). "If ou were not put to death ou could loo* up at the guillotine. 5efore 0apoleon and the Drench 9e'olution. =ho *newH =ho *newH . The belie'ed the had it coming.e our pagan culture. $romwell could not belie'e in the Jing.# Li*e owls. Swho *new.# <emories of the guillotine were the memories of the li'ing in that m th to $hristiani.) which the said also when the found out what =ashington did when he rose into hea'en.
and 9ome. <emories are short.# Icono?plast s saw a thousand times what world domination can do in the -nglish character that ruled the Tabasco agriculture on the T son $hic*en farm. %.# =hoe'er first said congress was a brothel for hire had implicit support from the Ishtar . and then came the internet so now we forget. "1merica is there. was not e!plicitl mentioned in the 5ible.# %o if the E. who. < ster 5ab lon. 9ed states were concerned. $ongress got rich bu ing and selling. The icono 2ome compared itself with <ichelangelo)s %istine $hapel in proportion. but not the same praise as SI sing m self and what I assume ou shall assume) for the Yiconoperor had no clothes.# =old said. =old brought one all the wa from the 9e'elation of the 1pocal pse 18& "a catalogue to .# of whom it is as hard to find an image in =estern art as it is of the gold statue of 0ebuchadne.K9 The $apitol 2ome showed its presumption in that %tarchitecture as a monument to glor . 5ab lon and 9ussia were. "li'ed deliciousl with 5ab lon $it . in the 2ome the gods ca'ort. $ongress got Ishtar rich too.ar.otel.# The $apitol 2ome represented s mbolic control of the gods celebrated b writers from the 9enaissance and before. with the no'el reason that "disregarding the salutar e!ample of Iilgamesh to resist. "it)d best not ha'e been. self praise.. for "while there the 5iblical Yiconographer creation e!pands. 9ome. for she was the one who turned them frogs.
# . =old said. +rtega. shunned b atheists on the runwa of the 0ew =orld. Sbrea*ing horses and murdering tigersB) the stones of T re.# Then.) Wsaid 9icardo Doul*es (El !'ocali'sis 5e San Duan. a cult that can onl merit the name Sfornication.G7 represent global capital and world domination.. pieces of 2ome for Patriots. multi? national corporations traduced to impo'erish nations and people of the world. with an entire hea'en in danger of being suc*ed down. 189)X. 5ab lon $it P=oman. Ale8ander died in the palace built by (ebuchadne))ar global internationals unmas*ed in the intercourse of traffic whose fortunes ma*e "an idolatrous cult of <ammon. 1le!ander? 0ebuchadne. a picture of bond traders and merchants of world capital.ar. weave a circle round him thrice.ed and crucified ($allahan. Jidd on =ainwright) b the same enem 9uben 2ario saddled as 1leLandro? 0abucodonosor. 5ab lon unbuilt li*e one da pieces of that dome sold to the cry of #endors of the 5erlin =all. 8ohn to contemporar global capital the 1mericas were polari. "=ashington would Loin the gods in a miscegenate swirl to funnel with the sound. -!tending the prophec of %t.
as*ed to be reburied li*e -lphenor did of +d sseus. Ted =illiams was fro.G1 The morning that "Washin%ton Welcomed .the E Pluribus 3num. =hat will happen when Ishtar finds outH =ill there ne'er be peace among the godsH 1uthorities laugh at their own m ths. without correcti'e choice. 5ut here)s the point.# the said. The were so bus tr ing to sta ali'e the couldn)t li'e. new hearts. es. "Iod in their belief is an alien. according to Ishtarchitecter that was wh presidents held the myth o ice in place of +siris. bea*ers. life on the ground with the girl. 201 samples. =hile ou li'ed ou li'ed. what +d sseus did to the suitors is what men finall did to Ueus and the . 0ew li'ers. <+0%T-9 =19 1$$+92 =1% not et written. %cience substituted neurosis for long life for life. 2eath was nothing e!cept life unresisted. Their ad'ersaries used it to strangle them. new fingers and toes were their death not as indi'iduals. The promise of immortalit produced an inabilit to enLo the life that was. shown on TC bigger than life. new *idne s. Iet the windows update. %tal*ing horse of the immortalF It was better to die than recei'e such controls. cr onic tan*s. The e'entuall brought bac* Ted =illiams and he *illed himself. and children under s* in fields. but e'er thing outside the protocols the den . Immortalit was a sham.e was also faithful. Li'e when ou die. Dree to li'e. reprogram genes. a new heart. a wife.en in a buc*et to ma be raise him up with science in that da and contradict all that life held good. not D-<1 bo!cars and <onarch $hildren.incoln Into Aeaven). +d sseus buried -lphenor to honor dail life. suffer without the heroic measures science forced li*e white pear blossoms in winter. 2ie while ou li'e. . the wise Iree*.# If it sounds li*e war turns earth to t rann . wor*. "The belie'e in -T. remain iatrogenic in tubes. =old sa s the fate is !ll the better to eat you with my dear Prometheus. but he was not half di'ine li*e 1chilles so +d sseus reLected immortalit . but as a race. the s stemic poisoning of their own timeblin*ing misalignments of corporeal time?centers.
ignorant of higher math. . 'irtues which had onl Lust disappeared. threats of re'olution would bring an end that their goden age would sa'e. li*e the $hinese peasant. The Ioden 1ge would be the greatest age of t rann e'er *nown. *illed b scientist demagogues. 1s +d sseus protected Penelope. Lustice. who had music and art. thought it m th. had no difficult until business?science in about a hundred ears made communities o'er into new tribal forms. Their research said o'erpopulation. the crimes of Ueus( god crimes against humanit were that huge. 5ab lonian.G/ 1nunna*i for ten thousand thousand crimes against humanit and woman. There)s immortalit . The lost their health contemplating images. Dantas realit F People had been li'ing in the goden all our li'es and didn)t *now. Things turned opposite. The golden age made them better with dissatisfaction. The peasant farmer. 0o ocean there. then sic*. new god scientists. =hen li'ing failed. was alwa s a state of death. these li'ed in a biosphere. under sun and star. health and life suc*ered in. this $aucasoid built a planetoid and settled off %aturn. impaled suitor wol'es on a bier. the goden that pretended health. 5ut whether . capti'ated b flic*ering screens. three har'ests and long life with ease. $ompare the number of da s and nights these peasants spent in air. . men did to the gods who hunted women. :III. %elected facts in obesit twisted the false into the true. shut off from life. so the opposite of what the said was true. There)s three har'ests. The goden age appealed to good will. degradation of resources. researchers and alarmists posed the arri'al of these gods to found the goden age. no air. against the modern li*e a putati'e escapee of <ars. as a fraud. 5o s didn)t tan.. hungr and benighted. compared to the dream of the %anta <onica pier. 0ot li*e the old that li'ed on earth under s* .ew 'oden Age %cholars. the analog held for people secluded in rooms. There)s fair weather.ades or hea'en. fairness and peace. o'erwhelm people o'erwhelmed alread b artificial food engineered to ma*e them hungr . There was no weather or grandparents. Iree*. li*e bad wine. prophets said the would fi! it with facts of their own. Then it became fact. behind appeals for Lustice. =orse than an prison. 5rainwashed. and e'en more communit .
.atman borning Pop <ind. . when we)re not. To him she)s li*e a mouse.%. %ee. The 2efense 1d'ance 9esearch ProLects 1genc of the E.G3 =ere we members of herds li*e cows or sheep. %uperman. %o if I thin* I remember that I thought and I am not Lust a palindrome. h brid.there is room if it mattered. ou can do an thing else that:s dead. 0eptune. for transmortals see* selecti'e resurrection of important persons. who with %chuster and =ebb pioneered the har'esting of mammoth 201 from hair. 5oasts in architecture which the uninitiated ignorantl 'enerate and worship on the 0ational <all do not understand the absolute import. 5ut in a world in global warming and with limited resources for research. first law of 2escartes. <a be the Ireenhouse -ffect will ma*e the newPoldies feel at home. It impacts Jing 9amses and whoe'er else would return with plans. (219P1) will construct an enhanced. There are . This sounds totall li*e the search for <erlin)s gra'e in That Aideous Stren%th. do ou reall want to bring bac* our dead grandmotherH@ 0ational Ieographic. implied transgenics before /71/. <a /779).. %ingularit /7KG. counting down. before I think.Q 'iewed the past superseded in itself. assumed the I pre?enunciated being. these demagogues would ha'e their news men aggressi'el 4uestion an 'oice that challenged this 'iew. alwa s subLect we)re told. come back to tell you all. <a! Planc*H Tom Iilbert begs that the agenda of the Transhuman is not about his grandmother. engineered. Pol phemus. aerial phenomena as precursors of his own. WheX admits that as a student of mammoths. unli*e grandma. there ore I am. super soldierB it feels it must beat the 9ussian. "1n e!pert in ancient 201 at $openhagen Eni'ersit . 1 therefore 1. 5rought bac* b hair or bone is wh the gra'e of Iilgamesh was dug and wh the %mithsonian hides the e!ca'ated giants. /7/G. monsters. I think. then reengineeredH If dinosaurs will Aeats be raised. The woods come to 5unsinane! =hat *ind of consciousness creates o'er gene alteration centuries before it is dreamtH The transgenic interprets m ths of giants. $himeras. . %ingularit Z novus ordo. but it doesn:t since it is shortl o)er?flown. it brea*s control. angels. he:d be the first to go see one trundle across a paddoc*(@if ou can do a mammoth. including our grandmother. =ere there reall dinosaurs re'i'ed with tatters of 201.
@ emphasi. $ybrid Age (e#erse #enesis It should be ob'ious wh the Transgenic does not sanction Iod.@ (1bstract. If ou thin* the . in the words of Cerner Cinge in 1993F. Two?thirds of those thirt ears are gone.ori. In the age of the h brid a retrofitted serum inLected in guise of 'accine combining animal and human 201 to cure some engineered disease. li*e his rhetoric. we will ha'e the technological means to create superhuman intelligence. Transmorts put up 9a Jur. <an religious are concerned not to ta*e @the mar* of the beast. If transhuman assumptions hold and things are as the sa . <atthew and 9e'elations disma ed @the moral traged of not building god. also -. brid 1ge the reverse of 8enesis.on. where human organs are grown in pigs and dinosaurs are reconstituted from .@ (. The $omin% Technolo%ical Sin%ularity). e!cept old mammoths and warriors of the past will be new dug in Palestine. . The one cited here is K ears old. 8onah.GK as man lin*s to this as ou wish. the organic machine will be dead serious when it comes online to the 17 to the /. oops again. +ops. the human era will be ended. The %-1L% might be part fish. =hen P5% last showed him on $harlie 9ose he spo*e of %ingularit as if it were an e!pression of the information age. not beast. 1nd. @within thirt ears. Uechariah and Psalms. 55$ . 8eremiah.) .ugo de Iaris. that destruction does not create. that the @democrati. If it sounds li*e %wift.ing mark. %hortl after.weil to spea* so the won)t be ta*en seriousl . trillion trillion brain b %ingular fiat. it were impossible to o'erride.umanC/. then the bringing bac* of 9amses.e*iel.ing@ technologies of cell phones and Daceboo* would pre'ent it being used for t rann because of @the wisdom of crowds.A59I2 1I-. Iulli'er accordin% to its kind.@ 5ut singularit is of the .1/?K6&/. 5ut the h brids will be new.7??K6. as impossible as the taunt that Isaiah gi'es against 5ab lon. Aeats and the wool <ammoth moc*s shows how preLudiced ou are.
the Altar of $ea#en $ow did the eye atop the +ashington monument pyramid fall off onto the dollar bill% +illiam Burroughs sharpening the Pyramid of aluminum atop the +ashington !onument +hat has this to do with the buying and selling of influence in the Ishtar hotel and to the . an unserious effort of go'ernment and business to rema*e dinosaurs and pair all *inds of human and animal genes for human enhancement as well as parading nanobots in Jur. 1.ational !all compared to the &atican% . emerged from wor* at the .2a KQ Further ?perations6 Bei@ing02.GG 87 million ear old 201 stored in their bones./ AD. This is considered fantas to the culture. #io" This primer.weil:s brain.uman 5otan 9e'iew and other sites where these lin*s and others are li'e.
e . the countr Capitol He$agram ultimatel decided to honor him on that spot with a gigantic <asonic obelis*.th %treet. 0=. L)-nfant planned a "grand a'enue# running west from the $apitol to the Potomac 9i'er.ow is 2$ laid out in Ieometric isotech or Ienetic isotech of thisH 1re genes programmed li*e the 2$ streets to form a chimera of deification itselfH The 1ll %eeing on the supreme court building of Israel . L)-nfant)s =ashington Drancis Du*u ama =hat does Ishtar ha'e to do with . the =hite . the $apitol 2ome.ero mile mar*er for the Enited %tates. The cit )s central north?south a!is runs along 1. and the site of a proposed e4uestrian statue of =ashington. Israel. 5ab lonH . ultimatel to be mo'ed a few hundred feet to the east due to fears about building on sogg ground closer to the ri'er. Instead.ouse and thence through what is now the 8efferson <emorial. street la out and the nation)s deification of itself in these architectural and Political %tarchitectures of 9oman emperor worshipH 0BC0 layout of +ashington D. The point at which it intersected the 1. but rotated KG degrees so that it resembles the <asonic s mbol of a s4uare and compass.G. .ow is the opposition of 5enLamin 9ush and 8ohn 1dams to the deification of Ieorge =ashington s mbolic of the cit . The 2istrict is a perfect s4uare ten miles on a side. Lafa ette Par*.orus.).th %treet a!is was to be the .
infrastructures of death. =hat *ind of science se'ers the heads of con'icts. but in a medium of light where shapes touch clouds. records their cries.istor =ild. religion. the +ops Dau!nonfic $artoon at the -nd of the =orld&. Titans. @desaparecidos. politics. but to cause the @super emperor@ m th. ma be he:s from out of town. There)s a lot to see. To an bod who perse'ered the process the title is .@ prison camps. that a starchitect of the mind e!isted these thousands of earsH The architectural plans are not on paper. comes down an wa into this?? ou going to call T.nicolations. straps them to a machine. %tatues of h dra and octopus in the fo er of the Ishtar . gulags. m th deep structure. unbuildable schemes that should not be built. e!periments. Iuernica. a'ant?garde and pop. and lin* a'ant garde to pop. immortal man.comP :I&. . mansions. tortures them. TroLan horse. from the land of the far awa . with %tarchitectures. who sa s unbelie'able. camps of belief. 1merican $apti'it e!amines the iconic design of these multi? national e'ents that dwarf wow?chitects. re'isions and maLor cuts here:s hoping the te!t disco'ers how -arth histor is a TroLan horse. h dra. minotaur built for global elites. religion.otel. =e call these starchitectures bridges in space. %o this gu lands from 5etelgeuse. super man.followersof ah. built and unbuilt. mutants of high tech. then gi'es them drugs to dri'e them further insaneH %ee the Jur* =old Letters in this address. transplants them. %cience. and ou.G6 =hat)s %olomon)s %tar got to do with itH =hat are these followers of Aah& http&PPwww. 5abel to 1uschwit. but after a hundred 'isions. %cience. he American )apti#ity of Dur< +old 1 man camped in a tent that loo*s out on space ought to go to metropolis to learn where it)s reall at.I% realit H If all the cases belie'e what the belie'e. politics.. m th e!ist not to ad'ance the race or to figure the deep structure of the unconscious. come with our own illusions as nuts as those who inhabit the place when ou arri'e. $artoon at the -nd of the =orld.
the Durther reading& . 9ewriting the codes of weather. galactic. so below. before se'en. meaning 5ab lon. not galactic. This means that I<+ rewriting cannot be understood from what used to be. but genetic modification does not re'erse. 1s abo'e. Eyeshot. is super s mbolic. wa*e up in the middle of an earth?hea'en war. haF but that)s the end of it till the hurt in our mouth from spea*ing and the laugh out loud in the telling. politics. The definition of an 1ltered %* demonstrates new meaning to 9oss $al'in:s wor*. =hether these rewritings summon in'isible forces or . Ieneticall modified science.istor ceases to e!ist in a similar wa to <onsanto eradicating natural seed. Dor instance. art and the public theatre of politics. =old sa s +bama:s acceptance speech that 8une night in 2en'er was an in'ocation of Ira4. 1ed 0e> and !nti'odean S0 for 'ersions that there appeared. meaning a comple! of m th we:d rather not *now.unter Thompson)s +bituar for 9ichard 0i!on -mperor Iods of 9ome 1c*nowledgments to $amel Saloon 8allery. $oming up from the ground altered seeds match the new s* . science and histor as openl 'isible in paradigms of architecture. politics. as long as wa*ing up means graduall . The co'er is an opium popp e!truding its tears. . theosophists li*e to sa . and histor . %* 2etermines.G8 wh not add a little h perbole to lighten the load. all agencies of go'ernment and academia. =hen the gene gun fires new cells into the organ it is new. who can decide.
Their brotherhood was t rann . which was ominous among those who too* the 2<T sacrament to penetrate other worlds. with the iconic designs built into that stage. 0ot that the worshiped lines in the s* or too* aluminum enhancers. it together summed the 14uarian age. < th?fact. their illumination was deceit. I<+ religion and architectural politics together e!tend biolog and geoenginnering to the least nano scale. There is no need to wonder what I<+ world politic poetr is tal*ing aboutB =old sa s it turned out to be 'ersions of current e'ents that first occurred in literature hundreds of ears ago. The wor* pre'iousl called the . The prima facie list of these e'ents continues The are called +piomes because it can be understood that politics. 5efore the dri'ing force of this ball hooed $. fiction. a whole genre of super e'ents has come to e!ist %ummoning and in'o*ing sound li*e religion. preoccupies these literar codes he is are at pains to dem stif .<% %tar $h lde.oll wood and the comics had it right. Ender the assumption that mo'ies became truth.olisticall . =old disco'ered I<+ religion last. drugs were insight and m th was fact. mo'ies and drugs influenced b his reading of literature during long tours in laborator and prison. then %tarchitect. hence Dact?m th.G9 merel e'o*e those alread present.10I. . . the would sa . their di'ersit world annihilation. science. histor . from ancient palimpsests to current 219P1 proposals.was clear to =old he wrote of genetic modification in the guise of m th. The whole notion of rewriting. . is a fiction un'e!ed with realit or whate'er it is called. religion are high on dope. now +piomes. o'er writing and under writing.