posted on Aug, 16 2014 @ 02:21 PM
a reply to: GuySmiley007
Well, considering his background, he seems to be talking about a generation which was older than his which somehow poisoned his mother to the point of
her death. And he says they are the only two left alive, which on this planet under these conditions, that makes sense.
It is just funny to me that he claims to be seeking revenge for his mother, because from what I can remember, his mother is the very being he has most
abandoned in his progression. He was brought into a priory (holy place) to do good works (Mitzvah), but he never forgot the idea of revenge. So he
sailed the seas (mystical travel) to hunt down the person who "poisoned" his mother. And considering the cruel way he describes the death, that
sounds very familiar somehow.
Oh well, it isn't my people, so I don't have the keys to fully understand this allegory. All I can know is where the similarities between the
diverse many, the brazen few and the slavish ones align somewhat.
A giant whale coming up from the depths reminds me of a great extra-dimensional force, but there is that little thing about Jonah and once again not
having the keys to understanding what that passage is truly talking about, I can only wildly speculate. I know it has nothing whatsoever to do with a