Soaring Saurian Speculation

From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel
Subject:
RE: J’accuse
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2014 12:05:26

Ezekiel,

I sometimes wonder if things like the Ohio connection are not just coincidences, but an aspect of a Reality that has a topography not yet understood to us, and is in a manner of speaking shaped a bit like a deep canyon.

That has a distinct “echoing” effect.

The power of “intent”–which scientists would be too-certain has no effect at all–while it might not be as pronounced or consistent as “It’s a Good Life,” does really happen, and sometimes can be dramatically pronounced.

It might have been only a TV episode. But what ever gave them that sort of notion as a basis and the creative theme for such an episode? Pure fantasy? Or experiences and observations of some kind? Part of what made “Twilight Zone” such a good show was that it tried to make us think a bit, to make us aware of mysteries, things that we don’t understand, and contemplate some of the exotic possibilities.

Regards, Carlyle


From: Ezekiel
Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2014 5:04 PM
To: Carlyle
Subject:
Re: J’accuse

On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 5:55 PM, Carlyle wrote:

{{ I’m very fond of that Twilight Zone episode with Billy Mummy…a small boy from Ohio, mind you (like me). }}

Ha. I didn’t realize that (the Ohio connection). It was fun putting a gay twist to a classic episode.

{{ I sometimes wonder if things like the Ohio connection are not just coincidences, but an aspect of a Reality that has a topography not yet understood to us, and as a manner of speaking shaped a bit like a deep canyon. }}

There is a conspiracy theory I learned about, many years ago…that earth is guided by interstellar aliens who disguise themselves as humans and infiltrate all aspects of society. Including Hollywood. These numerous sci-fi movies are to prepare us psychologically for the time when they reveal their existence.

And the strange (but hilarious) events that have suddenly taken over my life indicate they’ll make their presence known some time this year.

– Ezekiel the Delusional Prophet


From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2014 12:45:58
Subject:
RE: J’accuse

Ezekiel,

I often sense a presence of intelligence almost toying with us, where in earlier times most people would have been prone to use the word “supernatural” or thinking in terms of angels/demons/ghosts, I would tend to imagine more simply “alien.” Not “God” but a much more advanced intelligence. Maybe not so much even interstellar as “interdimensional.”

One theory for the wild coincidences of my life is “intelligence world” (CIA, NSA, KGB, FSB,etc.)

But sometimes even that does not seem quite enough and is pointing not merely to “intelligence world” but to “higher intelligence.”

Nearly any person from the more developed world today, if going back in time to 1862, would sympathize fully with slaves and not listen at all to propaganda how slaves are “not ready” for freedom, how they are “better off” here than Africa, how they are really being well-treated, how slavery is “God-ordained,” etc..

It wouldn’t be a minor issue, but a major issue, to them.

Same for gays. The higher intelligence would be pulling strings to help us. They would clearly see the real situation. They would not be impressed by the current power structure, the excuses, the “traditions.”

I often get the distinct impression that something like this is what we are really seeing.

Regards, Carlyle


From: Ezekiel
To: Carlyle
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2014 13:56:39
Subject:
Re: J’accuse

On Sun, Feb 23, 2014 at 12:45 PM, Carlyle wrote:

{{ Maybe not so much even interstellar as “interdimensional.” }}

“Interstellar” implies “interdimensional,” because if you achieved the former, you have also likely achieved the latter…due to advanced scientific wisdom.

They are not ghosts…nor fairies, elves, dragons, imps or fawns…but they /are/ the creators of such paranormal beings. Once a sentient species begins its arduous trek towards civilization, these Andromedan guides manifest as all sorts of fantastic things that go bump in the night. And why is that?

To build a foundation of mythology for our gestating cultures. And–even more important–to kindle the flame of imagination. To keep the sparks of our dreams, our aspirations, our daytime reveries aflame. They also play as gods and goddesses throughout all cultures: dressing, appearing and behaving appropriate as befits each particular society.

So while one might argue that such mythological creatures do not exist, the final truth is that indeed they do. Thanks to the tremendously sophisticated scientific wizardry that is the Andromedan gift to all intelligent life everywhere in the universe.

The Andromedans are also reptiles, who often appeared as dragons in ancient China and medieval Europe. So for good reason do most Asian religions view the creator’s original form as a dragon. In the West, of course, the dragons presented themselves as ominous forces to be conquered. Or IOW the Andromedans gladly sacrifice their own lives that we may be celebrated as heroes. But it’s more than that (much more):

By their many mythical guises (terrifying or delightful and sometimes both) they’ve enriched our human heritage with the most incredible tales and adventures throughout the length of history. And even pre-history.

The Andromedans were the serpent in the Tree of Knowledge…as well as YHWH himself. Who (and this is quite profound) is presently manifest on this planet as My Darling Larkin. And he /does/ have the flaming orange irises of a dragon! Thus my many references to him as my guardian dragon, and similar metaphors (such as “wyvern,” “mesosaur,” “basilisk” and “lizard”).

They are also the spirit of each plant, animal and mineral…especially when shamanism ruled the world prior to religion’s ascent. Native Americans saw each species as a “tribe”: wolves, bears, rabbits, eagles, snakes, and so on. Each tribe had its own “chief” to represent them. And each one of these chiefs was an Andromedan. They are shape shifters, they are dream weavers, they are most scientifically advanced in total harmony with universal laws including physics.

In the guise of wondrous elements, they became ogres, witches, banshees, leprechauns, trolls, dwarves, fairies, brownies et al, all across the Celtic kingdoms of Europe. And in so doing, gave us our fairytales to delight children down through the ages. But all that was destroyed by the birth of McDonalds and other franchises who diabolically replaced nursery rhymes with the musical memes of mass consumption.

But such disregard for a child’s spirit will soon be corrected by the Reptoids, as will other wrongs. I just want to point out that the rich legends of /every/ culture were instigated by Andromedans. And now that homo sapiens is dabbling with space travel, it is time to reveal themselves and work alongside us as devoted friends.

They will save this planet from destruction, and restore it to a pristine condition while redeeming all souls, starting with gay folk. Then, LGBT’s shall become the leading force to direct all other suffering minorities to a better existence. And we homophiles shall be revered and adored by all.

{{ One theory for the wild coincidences of my life is “intelligence world” (CIA, NSA, KGB, FSB,etc.) }}

Such organizations are completely under the control of Andromedans. Not just to be sure oppression doesn’t become the raison d’etre for such groups, but also because Andromedans are mischievous, and love their conspiracy theories.

{{ But sometimes even that does not seem quite enough and is pointing not merely to “intelligence world” but to “higher intelligence.” }}

Correctomundo, my scaly amigo!

{{ Same for gays. The higher intelligence would be pulling strings to help us. }}

You hit the spike on the cranium, Carlyle! Simply because you are one such Reptilian nudging me on to a glorious fulfillment, first with subtle clues, then with more obvious declarations, once I came to a better level of awareness and Dinosaurian Conjecture. Which has only just begun.

{{ I often get the distinct impression that something like this is what we are really seeing. }}

Of course it is, Carlyle…’cause you’re one of ’em! Thanks eternally for all your amazing wisdom, compassion and courage.

– Ezekiel


From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel
Date: Sun, 23 Feb 2014 16:48:04
Subject:
RE: J’accuse

Ezekiel,

I have speculated on the point also that much of our mythology, religious notions, superstitions, etc., are not merely a result of pattern replication, or confirmation bias, or such types of ignorance and psychological phenomena, but are sometimes based on exotic aspects of reality that only in distorted fashion had tickled the primitive imaginations of human beings throughout history.

Had I not experienced some of those exotic fringes of reality, I probably would have been very opinionated that all such notions of “paranormal” were pure nonsense. I have always been like the rational skeptic who found himself squarely in the Twilight Zone to his own amazement.

We must always remember in humility when we think that we understand things too well, that we don’t really understand things at all. This planet Earth is not something down-to-earth. It is a mystery, a bizarre impossibility, like the sun and stars.

Even if the sun and stars are not gods in the sky but merely hydrogen undergoing fusion, even that hydrogen is an impossibility, or so it should seem to a rational mind that is able to rise above the everyday delusions imparted by a sense of familiarity that has become so reflexive that it prevents real contemplation.

Regards, Carlyle


From: Ezekiel
To: Carlyle
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2014 14:52:22
Subject:
Re: J’accuse

On 2/23/14, Carlyle wrote:

{{ but are sometimes based on exotic aspects of reality that only in distorted fashion had tickled the primitive imaginations of human beings throughout history. }}

If being guided, protected and loved by inter-dimensional, super-intelligent dinosaurs from the Andromeda galaxy ain’t exotic, I don’t know /what/ is!

As if that isn’t weird enough, try dealing with their Reptoid leader who insists on being your one, true love! That is the mess I’m in, Carlyle, and to be honest: I don’t want out!

Every time I think of Larkin, tears of joy stream down my face. So perhaps I should increase my Prozac dose. :P

{{ Had I not experienced some of those exotic fringes of reality, I probably would have been very opinionated that all such notions of “paranormal” were pure nonsense. }}

You might even have turned Republican. *shudder*

{{ I have always been like the rational skeptic who found himself squarely in the Twilight Zone to his own amazement. }}

I’m quite opposite to that, in some ways: a dreamer, explorer of the supernatural, believer in unicorns. Imagine my surprise and delight to finally discover that unicorns are real…but with this catch:

They are actually Reptilians in disguise.

{{ We must always remember in humility when we think that we understand things too well, that we don’t really understand things at all. }}

Sage advice.

{{ even that hydrogen is an impossibility }}

Absolutely true, Carlyle. Just on hard science alone, the universe is pure magic. No need to create another layer in the mind, to call “magic.” It’s already here, within us, around us, infinite and eternal. The wonderful minds we have is one of the universe’s greatest gifts.

We are both a couple of very lucky archosaurs!

– Ezekiel


From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel
Subject:
RE: J’accuse
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2014 20:47:32

Ezekiel,

{{ You might even have turned Republican. *shudder* }}

Yes, I fear that could be true for many of us, had we “fit in.” The GOP knows how to play the average American heterosexuals like a violin, or maybe more like the fiddle of Nero. Appealing to their petty prejudices, flattering their vanity, manipulating emotional images and rhetoric. The power of propaganda has overwhelmed populations repeatedly through history, far and wide. The people tend to be like putty, easily fooled by religion, military glorification, nationalism and hate.

I think that people have an inborn need to hate just like they have an inborn need to be loved. To have an enemy, a scapegoat against which to vent all the bile in their systems, to which to feel superior.

Most of my relatives, even my brother, are Republicans. They have no concept how nauseating that is to a gay man. It is not that they are anti-gay, it is just that they relegate that to a lower priority over all the other cheap appeals.

For most people, their opinions are determined by their race, class, group identity. Most people only think that they think for themselves. Their opinions are molded by the masters that they don’t even realize that they have or realize are consciously and skillfully trying to manipulate their opinions.

That is why I do not respect popular opinion.

Regards, Carlyle


Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2014 09:30:50
Subject:
Re: J’accuse
From: Ezekiel
To: Carlyle

On 2/24/14, Carlyle wrote:

{{ Yes, I fear that could be true for many of us, had we “fit in.” }}

Ever since the Roman Empire turned Christianity into a state religion, it’s been mass mind control. Most of western civilization has begun to move away from such dogma, with the exception of the Stars & Stripes. But looks like Islam is fast filling in the gap.

{{ images and rhetoric. The power of propaganda has overwhelmed populations repeatedly through history, far and wide. }}

That same iconic propaganda can be turned against them…using powerful memes and images to celebrate the gay mystique with patriotic fervor.

{{ I think that people have an inborn need to hate just like they have an inborn need to be loved. To have an enemy, a scapegoat }}

Explains why you can find plenty of homophobes even under the atheist umbrella. It’s the appeal to be a bully, to participate in scapegoating the most vulnerable. Nothing to do with religion at that point. The atheist’s rationale: “It just ain’t natural!”

{{ Most of my relatives, even my brother, are Republicans. They have no concept how nauseating that is to a gay man. }}

Yet, even many gays are Repub’s. But I believe only because they feel coerced to kiss the str8 man’s arse in order to not be targeted. IOW: they know on which side their bread is buttered (and whose hand clamps their balls).

{{ It is not that they are anti-gay, it is just that they relegate that to a lower priority over all the other cheap appeals. }}

My final conclusion re. homophobia (as you already know, due to my recent Reptilian revelation) is that gay haters only exist for the same reason that evil exists in myriad forms: to give each of us as many opportunities as possible to overthrow these demons. And in so doing, become heroes ourselves, even /to/ ourselves.

And the most reviled, the most scapegoated, of all these oppressed groups, shall end up the most favored denizens of this planet. Which, of course, are “the gays.” So at this point in my spiritual evolution, I am far more ecstatic than angered. Though I will gladly play my role as Big Gay Brother dictator in order to fulfill the drama in this world’s arena.

Just waiting for the makeup lizard to arrive.

– Ezekiel


ADDENDUM


From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2014 17:55:15
Subject:
RE: J’accuse

Ezekiel,

Christianity is a cult that hit the big-time, like most major religions. Basically a meme, propagating itself somewhat in the style of a chain-letter. All groups can include homophobes, but it seems to me in general that atheists tend to be far more understanding of gays than religious people. Probably because their sense of morality is more reason-based instead of superstition-based.

Regards,

Carlyle


From: Ezekiel
To: Carlyle
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2014 21:43:02
Subject:
RE: J’accuse

On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 5:55 PM, Carlyle wrote:

{{ Basically a meme }}

That’s about what it comes down to. Though there /is/ an important lesson to be gained from this, which is: To better learn how to halt and diffuse anti-sane thought memes before they get out of hand. Which means that one must sharpen his mental skills, in order to find that solution. For it only takes /one/ mind, /one/ person to turn things all around. If (and only if) of course, he harnesses those psychological skills in the proper fashion, and at the proper moment. Should that person achieve his goal, there need not exist one other sentient soul to trigger the Love Bomb.

And such a good person does indeed exist. And he has already set the world aright though sheer mental prowess. So let me ask you, Carlyle:

Who do you think that person is? Does he really exist, or is he just a metaphor for humanity’s next level of awareness? Could he actually exist as an evolved and independent human being, living among the destitute in this or that oppressed community?

Is he perhaps a starving youth somewhere in India, South America, Africa…or an angry dissenter in this or that eastern European nation that struggles for freedom yet insists on still bashing gays…or a long suffering Islamic woman of middle age who will soon perish from breast cancer unless she somehow obtains a DNA transplant from a gay male in Denmark…or a diehard liberal pushing for a compassionate America right in the heart of redneck Texas…or even a lone prisoner escapee hiding out somewhere in eastern Greenland?

Please, toss a guess in my direction before I reveal the truth. Much appreciated.

{{ All groups can include homophobes, but it seems to me in general that atheists tend to be far more understanding of gays than religious people. }}

Nope, Not when it comes to homophobia. The percentage of gay haters among atheists is considerably less than among religious zealots. Say: 30% to their 82%. Still, thirty percent is a big chunk of the atheist family. More than enough to perpetrate misery upon gay men and women for time immemorial. You need to rethink your perception of homophobia as not so much a major dysfunction among the non-religious. That may indeed be your Achilles heel!

{{ Probably because their sense of morality is more reason-based instead of superstition-based. }}

Beg to differ, Carlyle. I have been stalked and threatened by many an atheist, both online and offline. The appeal to be a /bully/ is far stronger than simple religion. You know that Madalyn Murray O’Hair headed the American Atheist movement until she disappeared off the face of the earth about 19 years ago? (In fact she was kidnapped, murdered and mutilated by another diehard atheist.)

When asked by a gay reporter what she thinks of homosexuality, her reply was one of disgust and vitriol. “They are not natural. I do not support the pollution of society by such perverted behavior.” Paraphrasing her stance to the essential approximation of the low esteem she held in her eyes, of queers.

– Ezekiel


Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 20:47:3
Subject:
Re: J’accuse
From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel Krahlin

Ezekiel,

I’m not sure how many of us are doing just that: changing the world with pure mental intentions focused like laser beams, but I’m sure that whoever all we might, we are doing that.

I agree also that a single person can do this. My main hunch that we can all sort of create own, little, private alternative universes that we can engineer to our needs. It is part of the wonder of Infinity. Not that we would be “God” exactly, but it would almost seem like that for all intents and purposes, if we were not aware of the rest of Infinity. The trick is to create a place where we can be content, because we can also accidentally create anything, including places where we suffer. If we get skilled at reality-bending, eventually we should be able to stop all suffering and all be content.

Regards, Carlyle


Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 12:23:58
Subject:
Re: J’accuse
From: Ezekiel Krahlin
To: Carlyle

On 2/27/14, Carlyle wrote:

{{ I’m not sure how many of us are doing just that: changing the world with pure mental intentions focused like laser beams, but I’m sure that whoever all we might, we are doing that. }}

Great answer! I was, however, thinking of myself as such a person…and I’m sure you knew that. But there are billions of intelligent souls who’ve brought me to this level, and who guide and protect. So yes, it’s really “us” not just “me.”

BTW: Yours was the most perfect reply possible, to my question. Exactly what I’d expect from a highly intelligent and compassionate Reptilian/Jungian therapist. :P

– Ezekiel


From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel Krahlin
Subject:
Re: J’accuse
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 21:44:14

Ezekiel,

Clearly signs of significant changes in the world, to our benefit, are becoming visible that would have been almost unthinkable, not so long ago. BTW, I have a business trip to Atlanta, leaving Sunday and not getting back until Thurs. Probably won’t see email until then.

Last time that I was in Atlanta was to protest the Bowers vs Hardwick Supreme court decision (civil disobedience action). My hotel turned out to be right by the Martin Luther King center. Silly me, at the time, I didn’t even realize that King was from Atlanta, but the coincidence seemed to me to validate what I was doing. I have since then of course read his full biography.

While I respect him and admire his charisma (not so much his daughter and niece), I think that our civil rights situation has had less resemblance to 1965 civil rights conditions and more to 1865 (Civil War) conditions as to the extent of our dehumanization.

Regards, Carlyle


Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2014 09:08:57
Subject:
Re: J’accuse
From: Ezekiel Krahlin
To: Carlyle

On 2/28/14, Carlyle wrote:

{{ Clearly signs of significant changes in the world }}

We’re gonna whack the ‘phobes upside the head when they least expect it. Possibly by your own hand.

{{ BTW, I have a business trip to Atlanta }}

Okay. I’m publishing a new blog entry every three days…so all you’ll
get from me during that span, is announcement of my latest article.

{{ Last time that I was in Atlanta was to protest the Bowers vs Hardwick Supreme court decision (civil disobedience action). }}

I remember when you told me about that, years ago. It was quite naughty: videotaping boinking your boyfriend then mailing copies to the local Republican mucky mucks. :\

{{ the coincidence seemed to me to validate what I was doing. }}

I’m sure it was validation.

{{ While I respect him and admire his charisma (not so much his daughter and niece) }}

But his wife Coretta is amazing…totally for gay rights in every way.

{{ I think that our civil rights situation has had less resemblance to 1965 civil rights conditions and more to 1865 (Civil War) conditions as to the extent of our dehumanization. }}

I’d have to agree. But this year is our year where liberation takes over. I believe we shall have civil war in most every nation, over LGBT defiance. My amazing true tales featuring Larkin Kelsey are leading up to just such an outcome, along with the Andromedans revealing themselves to the entire world.

And their first major project will be to defend and protect sexual minorities. Easy enough to accomplish, as they are 6 billion strong, disguised as humans. This leaves how many /real/ homo sapiens on the planet…1+ billion?

Well, I hope your journey to Atlanta is a pleasant one. Perhaps something interesting will occur while there, kick things up a notch!

– Ezekiel


From: Carlyle
To: Ezekiel Krahlin
Subject:
Re: J’accuse
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2014 22:27:11

Ezekiel,

{{ I remember when you told me about that, years ago. It was quite naughty. :) }}

Actually, it was a battle for human dignity in a situation that had put us in an undignified situation by the state invasion into the privacy of our bedrooms. No real sex took place: purely simulated for sake of a token violation of the law.

Nothing naughty, in my view. Fighting for the side of truth and light, a very serious business: serious enough that we’d fight it in the streets with Molotov cocktails and with rifles and ultimately with plutonium, if it came to that. I wouldn’t consider even plutonium to be “evil” or even “naughty” either. We say to the state, “back off or else,” and if they don’t back off, they have brought their own fate, nothing that we unfairly imposed on them through any particular cruelty of our own.

{{ But his wife Coretta is amazing…totally for gay rights in every way. }}

Yes, bless her heart; she was our friend. Now, off to Atlanta. Will fill you in when I get back.

Regards, Carlyle

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