posted on Feb, 6 2014 @ 11:08 PM
okay, so, for fun, let's just entertain that there is actually such a thing as some super power spirit things that con control people.
What would they want?
If possessing my body had anything to do with any deal, then, no thank you.
However, if they offered service while playing puppet master to other bodies, well, that could be tempting.
Thing is, I don't ever see anyone with super powers flying around, shooting lasers out of their eyes, saving the day, acting like super villains, or
anything even slightly amazing above and beyond what could be expected from a highly trained and disciplined regular human.
Thus, there's no real evidence for any such thing.
There's plenty of evidence for people with mental illness expression that lots of superstitious people still believing in chicken sacrifice, ghosts
and other stuff from the middle ages will point at and claim (in their expert medical opinion based on a middle ages understanding of medicine) it's
Not the case though.
Still, let's just pretend there actually was a Genie in a Bottle somewhere.
What would I wish for?
Well, that all depends on the conditions and rules of the game right?
Mythology typically plays the rules out similar to equating to "Every Wish/Service Granted will return a Consequence (usually ironic) of equal
Wish for a pilot's license and you might suddenly find yourself in the cockpit of a flaming Biplane during WWI in a death spiral.
Wish to be an astronaut and you might suddenly find yourself aboard the doomed Challenger, or Columbia space shuttle during one of THOSE flights and
Yeah, so, hmmm.
It's fun to think about, but, unless the rules were guaranteed free of consequence, satisfaction obligatory, fully refundable for more wishes and/or
returnable as well as Indemnity where wishes can be traded for or sold for any other item/service of equal value, where the whole show has greater
value than risk with very low risk and safety measures covering that, as well as insurance covering that too, then, I really wouldn't be interested
in a game that might have rules way beyond anything even comprehensible.
But, since none of that exists, well, there's a reason Movies, and Book Adventures were invented.
If magical spooky things that had super powers were actually real, they'd have Magical Mystery Walmart, get your fantasies fulfilled by bulk super
stores all over the planet, and doing business better than any business extant and thriving today.
Since none of that exists, then, these things are the products of superstition and fantasy.
I'll go read a book about them ... or, perhaps, author a novel myself.