Some "light" reading for Yetserday...
I spent a very short time doing forensics in high school, but these were the two pieces that me and my mother chose together for me to read. This first poem is her favorite, and I am pretty sure The Gift of the Magi was something I read in AP English. I talk a lot about microcosms hidden away in my life, and these two pieces still touch me today, they still give me great hope.
Speaking of touching, yesterday was the one year anniversary of the very first "You and I" email linking the eponymous Doors song to the "election is not to die bold" message that is now on it's third iteration. It also happened to be Janet's birthday, so happy birthday to you. I am hoping that one day we will call it the youNiversary, and maybe some people will celebrate it. If I were to choose a day, a single day, that to define the change wrought by the touch of the master's hand, it would be June 23, 2016.
Well, you'll never believe it; but looking at "The Gift" it's just not the story I read in the year 1997; though I'm sure the story I read was called that. Almost positive. The story I actually read is included here also, it's called "The Necklace." For what it's worth, my "take away" from that story, linking it to the Magi and to the Touch... is something about the world "paying in" for a long, long time for a goal, or a thing that they weren't sure was real, or they were sure wasn't. In the end though, it turns out that it truly is "the real thing." This, friends, is the real thing.
This message begins by undeniable proving the existence of time travel both by predicting the 3/11/11 earthquake and the 9/11 attack in Exodus, Ecclesiastes, and Revelation and showing the world previously hidden and very obvious ancient references to modern technology--centering around computer science. With a tiny shred of thought and some serious research it the becomes clear that our entire computing industry (and the focus on science and technology in our time line as well as the arts) is part of an ancient and divine plan to build Heaven.
Someone, I can't seem to figure out who, has taken this message and tied it directly to now verifiable proof that our evolution of democracy was "helped in the beginning" and then artificially held back, using this same hidden technology. That through the years of our most advanced technological advances--from cars and phones to computers and the internet, we failed to make the obvious leap to attempting to use these technologies to advance the infrastructure of our "governments of the people," specifically for voting and the creation of legislation. Implied strongly, is the possibility that without some kind of disruption, it might have taken many years, decades, centuries, or forever for us to have moved past this idea of "representative democracy" being the very best system possible.
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