Thursday, April 26, 2012
An Alien's Guide to Planet Earth Part I
My fascination with Planet Earth began
when I was in levitational history class and encountered
Rocky Ridge's book on
Three Dimensional Beings.
I remember staying up to the wee hours contemplating
what it might have felt like to be an ancient human
who did not perceive and directly interact
with non-fixated dimensions.
I began surveying interesting features of 1D and 2D worlds
through analogies made in the upper dimensions.
Many velocities ago,
ancient beings believed that the volume of their universe
was on fixed plane.
Primitive, I know.
But what if they were more advanced than previously recognized?
The *Earth Chronicles (E.C.) tell us that
Ancient humans held fast to their beliefs for many cyclical events.
The Great Portal is now open
Come visit Planet Earth prior to
The Great Disambiguation
On Earth you'll experience
a permanent accompaniment of music
not music in the sense of particle interaction between sound and silence
but rather a memorative reminder
that bagpipes, singing, whistling, cowbells, and rustic sounds
excite the particles at their most basic levels
The border between our deafeningly quiet multi-dimensional existence
and the soft, precise rhythms of a bygone single society
reveal the contradiction between so-called modernity
and the wisdom of ancient humans.
It's a curious thing,
imagining the world through the minds of those
who romanticized linear combinations of
up and down,
left and right,
in and out.
At a time when extra dimensional travel was mere science fiction,
humans saw the world from behind biological or manmade optical lenses.
Seeing the world upside down was perhaps their greatest strength.
Processing the world from the outside in
is how they conceived of the ancient cosmological myths
that have delighted us for chronicles
Visit *E.C. 2012
during the next inter-dimensional solar sunset or sunrise
And visit shores of Ithaca like you've never seen them before...
Don't forget to bring your antique particle replicator!
Ancient humans possessed limited ability to visualize
and interact with other dimensions,
Yet, despite their
over-dependence on linear thinking
Their attitude was rather novel...