posted on Sep, 27 2004 @ 08:54 PM
According to recent events, I've decided that humanity is too sick to survive. Look around, we have all the needs we need for a perfectly peaceful
world, where education can teach people how to maintain peaceful societies. Yet we persist in slaughtering one another.
Humanity is too sick to survive. It needs to be reset. Perhaps with a nucleus of survivors able to restart anew it can populate the planet
Apparently this happened last time, when the ancient god of Sumeria, Zuul, brought his destructor Gozer to Earth and asked a human priest how the
world should be demolished. Since 'flood' was the first thing the priest thought, that's what happened.
In 1984 in New York City, Zuul was once again summoned onto a temple incorporated into the architecture of a southern Manhatten high-rise residential
building. Fortunately, one of the paranormal experts who witnessed the event thought of a popular advertising icon, "The Stay Puft Marshmellow
Man," when he chose the form humanity's destruction would take. A gigantic, 400,000 ton, 200-foot tall, self-animated cartoonish marshmellow man
appeared but was easily set on fire before it could destroy the city.
Twenty years have passed since Zuul last visited our dimension. We have done nothing but confirm the suspicions of the ancient priests who first
summoned Zuul. Yes, humanity is too sick to survive. We need the destructor to return, especially in a more effective form than the Stay Puft