reply to post by maybee
I read the articles every year, where the government does studies that say it doesn't help, and surveys of the people say we don't like it. But at
this point there is nothing we can do, we are being controlled by Ben Franklin who insists we live in electrified homes, and Ben Franklin insists we
do the DST thing, so you gotta wonder, why? Well here's what I think:
In the USA we had enforced bi-annual ben-franklin-inspired time-travel this past weekend ("spring forward fall back"), and I lost some beans.
Thinking there’s a connection between the way I feel more tired than usual and washed-out on sunday morning, after the clock has changed an hour,
and thefact that some beans are missing in the fava bean farm and some beans are missing from the cabinet, I figure its ben franlkin who set this
thing up that makes no sense and he does it so he can take an hour to walk around our houses and steal beans. I mean, no big deal, you get it back at
the end of the year, if you ask santa for beans, but that leads me to think ben franklin and santa are the same person. same size and shape, santa and
ben also have the nature of being able to hit all the houses in a single night, and to persist for hundreds of years. these are not the
characteristics of a human, and I find it unsettling, having ben franklin walking around the house like that, and then insisting he's santa and can
only come around on december 24th. Obviously if he is outside of time, he hides at the center of a star, a black hole, or maybe at the center of the
earth - if so he can be release through the north pole-portal only 4 times a year. that covers christmas, spring forward, fall back, but you gotta
wonder, what’s he got to cover the fourth time that he logically must be able to travel the north pole portal.
I lost some beans. I don't know how. And thats how this gets started.
Maybe some cheap bean-farm insurance and these ideas wouldn;t get like that.
I've been contemplating the physics of santa claus; that's definitely odd behavior, so he gets my attention. Santa Claus SAYS he comes from the
north pole; I'm thinking that’s the way he puts it for little kids, but first, we know there's nothing at the north pole but a little ice, there
are expeditions on discovery channel all the time and they never encounter him, but if santa resides outside of time, he uses a portal to get in and
out of time, and these portals are typically at the center of stars. Could it be santa claus is cryptically admitting to opening a portal at the
center of the earth? that would make sense, and he'd probably pop out at the poles when he needed too, and would probably be restricted to certain
astral configurations, like once a year. More to my point, this would mean santa is a hero of anti-time.
I have had the theory/understanding for years that absolutely no one else can get behind - that the overactive imagination and the overactive immune
system are the same thing; that dreams are the immune system, thinking, and that’s why they are so important, and that’s why they respond to
So I don't know why I dream the green giraffe, not sure where that fits in, but anyway, there it is, maybe it’s important.
I also have maintained for some time the opposite of gravity is what pushes us down, that there's no mystical force in the ground pulling us; indeed,
the theoretical "graviton" cannot seem to be found by our "scientists";
I saw the smiling crescent moon, and the fact that I could tell it was a smile, that you can tell what a smile is on your loved one's face, is an
antigravity concept. The depressed face is pushed down upon by the "hyperclock", or "ytivarg", while the radiating personality beams - upward -
and causes a smile, like the crescent moon above my fava bean farm.
Now Santa's been around a while. I used to watch Rudolf the red nosed reindeer and frosty back when I was little, and even my parents had heard of
santa claus, even the people in the black and white movies. And he was old even back then. So obviously we can say he's gotten into the "Longetivity
wine", like my other anti time hero Lu DongBin. And if santa's into longevity, these are the inklings of anti-time, that eventually build into a
marching column of "santa-flow".
And hey, longetivity, that’s also about the immune system - (see how it all comes together? that’s the nature of psychosis!)
Starbucks, the NewYorkTimes, like fires lighting up the damp cold morning - fires of terrorism, of politics, of explosive passionate creativity, wars
safely confined in boxes of newsprint coralled by the black by-lines, and I am still for the first time since waking, as I stare into the fires and
smile" ("smiled with their eyes and listened dreamily" was a line I'd just read in my Robert Walser crazy-guy essays.)
A round table, a teapot full of exhausted mountain oolong tea leaves, a paper cup with a little cold water, and a book on the outskirts of the ritual,
skating in and out of time, as I gargle with anti-time and sit in the center, a hot cup of yellow tea and two hands, bridging the gap to the mind that
becomes peculiarly intoxicated, as I become the asterism, PKS-2125, master of the circus of time encryption.
In 2002 the scientists dsicovered "Dehydrotumologic acid in poria cocos". Lu DongBin called it longetivity wine a long time ago, hundreds of years
ago, and probobly, still calls it that to this day.