Learning from the Tyrants 26

In order to save time, I shall splain the photo. Having overdeveloped lucidity I see things. Things that are hidden in plain sight before the people with the eyes wide shut.

People magazine did a good job describing the hidden war going on between the Free Masons and the global bankers. Think CIA employee Anderson Cooper and his elite mother is on the cover opposite Trump by accident? I like the prize, that was clever having her represent it. I added the two deceased brothers up in heaven.. What happens quite often is that in a power family an innocent will be born. This follows the law of opposites attracting. A power hungry family will get the opposite in it.What happens next is that the innocent will not fit in and then exit fairly quickly. Anderson’s brother threw himself out a window when he was 22, Trumps brother became an airline pilot to get way above it all. And died of alcoholism.

Harry wrote a song about him.

Could have gone to see him just a few months before he died. If I had my act together. Harry, not the brothers.

“To see a thing one has to comprehend it. An armchair presupposes the human body, its joints and limbs; a pair of scissors, the act of cutting. What can be said of a lamp or a car? The savage cannot comprehend the missionary’s Bible; the passenger does not see the same rigging as the sailors. If we really saw the world, maybe we would understand it.” -Jorge Luis Borges


Having Lucidity is not fun. Every body you meet reminds you of Hitler (loser). Including, and most especially of all, yourself.

“The library will endure; it is the universe. As for us, everything has not been written; we are not turning into phantoms. We walk the corridors, searching the shelves and rearranging them, looking for lines of meaning amid leagues of cacophony and incoherence, reading the history of the past and our future, collecting our thoughts and collecting the thoughts of others, and every so often glimpsing mirrors, in which we may recognize creatures of the information.” Jorge Luis Borges

Creatures is a bad world. Look at how it is spelled. Incredibly awkward. No matter how many times I try to memorize it I can never spell it correctly.

late 13c., “anything created,” also “living being,” from Old French creature (Modern French créature), from Late Latin creatura “thing created,” from creatus, past participle of Latin creare “create”

“To refute him is to become contaminated with unreality.” Jorge Luis Borges

“There is no need to build a labyrinth when the entire universe is one.”                       Jorge Luis Borges

Two quotes in a row. No original blog thought in between. Lazy. Slothful writer. So what about the two quotes? Do they contradict each other?  The creator refuted leads one into the labyrinth that he also created?  So Pessoa just decided to skip part one. Save time. Anyway. Original content is why people read a blog. At least steal and then paraphrase some thing.

When one stares into the TV, the new smart internet TV stares back at one.

Why no Freddy quotes? I think I had one early in the blog but that was it. Too trendy? Too well known? Not displaying as much cleverness as when I bring Ciron or Pessoa to our shores?  Well, if I must.

“To see others suffer does one good, to make others suffer even more: this is a hard saying but an ancient, mighty, human, all-too-human principle [….] Without cruelty there is no festival.” Nietzsche

And on that jovial note about this most wonderful of all political campaign seasons of my life, so ends today’s blog.




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