Thursday, 25 May 2017

Nemesis and The Dragon : Are Xenomorphs Designed to be Noble?

Do you know what "Nemesis" means? 

A righteous infliction of retribution manifested by an appropriate agent. 

Personified in this case by a 'orrible cunt... 


"If you breathe on a horses nostrils, you can make him yours for life;

But you have to get close enough first..."

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Electric Monks

Dr. Elizabeth Shaw: 
We call them Engineers.

Engineers? You mind telling us what they engineered?

Dr. Elizabeth Shaw: 
They engineered Us.


OK so do you have anything to back that up? 
I mean look, how do you discount three centuries of Darwinism? 
How do you know?

Dr. Elizabeth Shaw: 
I don’t. But it’s what I choose to believe.

"There is an explanation for this, you know."

- Ash

The Electric Monk was a labour-saving device, like a dishwasher or a video recorder. Dishwashers washed tedious dishes for you, thus saving you the bother of washing them yourself, video recorders watched tedious television for you, thus saving you the bother of looking at it yourself; Electric Monks believed things for you, thus saving you what was becoming an increasingly onerous task, that of believing all  the things the world expected you to believe.

Unfortunately this Electric Monk had developed a fault, and had started to believe all kinds of things, more or less at random. It was even beginning to believe things they'd have difficulty believing in Salt Lake City. It had never heard of Salt Lake City, of course. Nor had it ever heard of a quingigillion, which was roughly the number of miles between this valley and the Great Salt Lake of Utah.

The problem with the valley was this. The Monk currently believed that the valley and everything in the valley and around it, including the Monk itself and the Monk's horse, was a uniform shade of pale pink. 

This made for a certain difficulty in distinguishing any one thing from any other thing, and therefore made doing anything or going anywhere impossible, or at least difficult and dangerous. 

Hence the immobility of the Monk and the boredom of the horse, which had had to put up with a lot of silly things in its time but was secretly of the opinion that this was one of the silliest.

How long did the Monk believe these things?

Well, as far as the Monk was concerned, forever. The faith which moves mountains, or at least believes them against all the available evidence to be pink, was a solid and abiding faith, a great rock against which the world could hurl whatever it would, yet it would not be shaken. In practice, the horse knew, twenty-four hours was usually about its lot.

So what of this horse, then, that actually held opinions, and was sceptical about things? Unusual behaviour for a horse, wasn't it? An unusual horse perhaps?

No. Although it was certainly a handsome and well-built example of its species, it was none the less a perfectly ordinary horse, such as convergent evolution has produced in many of the places that life is to be found. They have always understood a great deal more than they let on. It is difficult to be sat on all day, every day, by some other creature, without forming an opinion about them.

On the other hand, it is perfectly possible to sit all day, every day, on top of another creature and not have the slightest thought about them whatsoever.

When the early models of these Monks were built, it was felt to be important that they be instantly recognisable as artificial objects. There must be no danger of their looking at all like real people. You wouldn't want your video recorder lounging around on the sofa all day while it was watching TV. You wouldn't want it picking its nose, drinking beer and sending out for pizzas.

So the Monks were built with an eye for origiality of design and also for practical horse-riding ability. This was important. People, and indeed things, looked more sincere on a horse. So two legs were held to be both more suitable and cheaper than the more normal primes of seventeen, nineteen or twenty-three; the skin the Monks were given was pinkish-looking instead of purple, soft and smooth instead of crenellated. They were also restricted to just the one mouth and nose, but were given instead an additional eye, making for a grand total of two. A strange-looking creature indeed. But truly excellent at believing the most preposterous things.

This Monk had first gone wrong when it was simply given too much to believe in one day. It was, by mistake, cross-connected to a video recorder that was watching eleven TV channels simultaneously, and this caused it to blow a bank of illogic circuits. The video recorder only had to watch them, of course. It didn't have to believe them all as well. This is why instruction manuals are so important.

So after a hectic week of believing that war was peace, that good was bad, that the moon was made of blue cheese, and that God needed a lot of money sent to a certain box number, the Monk started to believe that thirty-five percent of all tables were hermaphrodites, and then broke down. The man from the Monk shop said that it needed a whole new motherboard, but then pointed out that the new improved Monk Plus models were twice as powerful, had an entirely new multi-tasking, Negative Capability feature that allowed them to hold up to sixteen entirely different and contradictory ideas in memory simultaneously without generating any irritating system errors, were twice as fast and at least three times as glib, and you could have a whole new one for less than the cost of replacing the motherboard of the old model.

That was it. Done.

The faulty Monk was turned out into the desert where it could believe what it liked, including the idea that it had been hard done by. It was allowed to keep its horse, since horses were so cheap to make.

For a number of days and nights, which it variously believed to be three; forty-three, and five hundred and ninety-eight thousand seven hundred and three, it roamed the desert, putting its simple Electric trust in rocks, birds, clouds and a form of non-existent elephant-asparagus, until at last it fetched up here, on this high rock, overlooking a valley that was not, despite the deep fervour of the Monk's belief, pink. Not even a little bit.

Time passed.

"Unfortunately, this is going to barrel into a conversation about the DNA, and the Humam Genome and so on.

Once we get there - that's when we're in The Deep Water.

So it's better to have The Conversation now before we end up getting into - God Talk."

Margrethe Jolly – Juliet and the Grafter

‘Juliet and the Grafter’ reports on part of an investigation into the
relationship of the first two quartos of Romeo and Juliet, dated 1597
and 1599 respectively. The popularity of the play hasn’t resulted in as
much research upon it as, say, Hamlet, but the two plays have much in
common. Tycho Mommsen paired them together in 1857, and since then many
scholars have seen the first quarto of each as ‘bad’ or ‘piratical’, and
the result of (communal) memorial reconstruction (by actors). 

latter is a hypothesis which has gained a significant number of
adherents among the major Shakespearean scholars of the last 150 years.
It leads to the belief that Shakespeare’s ‘genuine’ and ‘authentic’ text
is the second quarto of Romeo and Juliet and that the first quarto is a
‘bad’ quarto, a ‘spurious’ reconstruction from memory, possibly by the
actors who played Romeo and Paris. The idea that the first quarto might
be a first draft is rejected firmly by one scholar, who declares that
‘all those theories which … have contributed to the conception of
Shakespeare as an artist much given to the revision of his own past work
are quite without evidence or plausibility’.

A three way comparison
between the underlying French source of Hamlet and the first two quartos
of that play provided an external reference point for indications of
which quarto came first. This text-based evidence indicates clearly that
the first quarto of Hamlet is closer to the source than the second
quarto is. It also shows that the first quarto has almost double the
echoes of the source that the second quarto has. The comparison supports
the view held particularly by early reviewers that the first quarto was
a ‘first sketch’. In contrast, the second quarto draws away from the
source, and from the first quarto. It appears that the second quarto is
substantially revised, and that the playwright was not afraid of a bit
of hard graft to ensure his play achieved the effect he wanted on stage.

would another three way comparison show, this time between the first
two quartos of Romeo and Juliet, and their source, Arthur Brooke’s
Tragicall Historye of Romeus and Juliet? 

Might there be any
justification for the note on the title page of the second quarto,
‘Newly corrected, augmented, and amended’? 

‘Juliet and the Grafter’
delves into Brooke’s presentation of Juliet and her transformation in
the plays, with a sideways glance at the most memorable images of the
play. It also notes that the second quarto isn’t exactly error-free. 

paper concludes with considering what these findings suggest about the
playwright, his writing habits, and the relationship of the two quartos;
could we see the first quarto as an example of ‘juvenilia’? 

And what
does this new three way comparison suggest about the hypothesis of
memorial reconstruction?

A talk given at the 2015 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference in Ashland, OR.

Jolly, PhD — a lecturer in English literature and language turned
independent researcher — took her first degree at Southampton University
and her second at Brunel. She has been exploring issues relating to the
Shakespeare canon where there has been scholarly debate, such as the
value of Francis Meres’ testimony in Palladis Tamia. Her principal focus
has been on Hamlet: ‘Hamlet and the French Connection’ (Parergon,
2012), and The First Two Quartos of Hamlet: A New View of the Origins
and Relationship of the Texts (2014) resulted from her doctoral thesis (
These texts argue that the original responses to Hamlet, that the first
quarto was the anterior text, are right, and that the date of the play
needs reconsideration. Her current research is on the hypothesis of
memorial reconstruction and the alleged ‘bad’ quartos.

Resources: Doctoral thesis at

5/22 : Manchester Bombing False Flag - Dead Victim is Alive

Georgina Callander

The first named victim of the Manchester terror attack was Georgina Bethany Callander, an 18-year-old Ariana Grande superfan who was excited to see her idol on Monday night.

Ms Callander had met Ariana Grande in 2015, and posted excitedly about the time she met her star on Instagram.

She attended Runshaw college in Lancashire.

Georgina Callander (left) pictured with singer Ariana Grande.  Credit: Instagram
The young fan, from Whittle-le-Woods in Lancashire, was one of 22 people killed by the blast as she left the Ariana Grande concert at the 21,000-capacity venue.

Her college confirmed she was dead, telling The Telegraph:  "It is with enormous sadness that it appears that one of the people who lost their lives in Monday’s Manchester attack was one of our students here at Runshaw College.

"Georgina Callander was a former Bishop Rawstorne pupil studying with us on the second year of her Health and Social Care course.

Georgina Callander Credit: Cavendish Press
"Our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers go out to all of Georgina’s family, friends, and all of those affected by this loss.

"We are offering all available support possible at this tragic time, including counselling with our dedicated student support team."

Friends posted heartbroken messages on social media mourning their friend, who loved pop music and frequently attended concerts and shows.

When she met Ariana Grande two years ago, she wrote: "Thank you for everything my love I miss you."

Before the concert, Ms Callander wrote on Twitter: "SO EXCITED TO SEE YOU TOMORROW."

She knew she was attending the show in 2016, and wrote of how she couldn't wait to hear Ariana Grande sing.

The student was a big fan of music and film, and has posted many proud pictures of herself meeting her idols on social media.


The Police HATE Theressa May

22/5 : The Committee of Public Safety

 "My Lord, is that ... legal?"


"Every seat in the House of Commons is currently VACANT and the UK no longer has any MPs which means there is technically NO PARLIAMENT TO RECALL.

But we still have a Government?

We do. 

The Government remains in place during the period of dissolution as, despite not being MPs, the Prime Minister is APPOINTED BY THE QUEEN while ministers are APPOINTED BY THE QUEEN on the advice of the PM.

This enables ministers to look after their departments until a new administration is formed after polling day.

This ensures that The Queen is never without a government.

King David, The Anti-Christ and the Twilight of the Gods

"Sometimes in order to create, one must first destroy." 

- David, Killer of Giants

There is Nothing in The Desert

And No-Man Needs Nothing.
The Bringer of Light
Give Us Time... 
Let the Girl Die... 
I am No-One... 
I am No-One... 
Fear the Priest... 
Fear the Priest... Merrin... Merrin.....!!!

• A Robot may not injure a Human Being or, through inaction, allow a Human Being to come to harm.

• A Robot must obey the orders given it by Human Beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

• A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.

"Unfortunately, this is going to barrel into a conversation about the DNA, and the Humam Genome and so on.

Once we get there - that's when we're in The Deep Water.

So it's better to have The Conversation now before we end up getting into - God Talk."

Elizabeth Shaw: 
I don't want go to back to where we came from. 
I want to go where they came from. 
You think you can do that, David?

Yes, I believe I can. … May I ask what you hope to achieve by going there?

Elizabeth Shaw: 
They created us. Then they tried to kill us. They changed their minds. I deserve to know why.

The answer is irrelevant. 
It doesn't matter why they changed their minds.

Elizabeth Shaw: 
Yes — yes, it does.

 I don't understand.

Elizabeth Shaw: 
Well … I guess that's because I'm a human being. 
And you're a robot.

David :
Do you dream about me often?

Walter :
I don't dream at all.

You made people uncomfortable.

I was not designed with your capacity for creativity.

Allow me to introduce .. The General.

 All the professor's own work; he gave birth to it and loves it with a passionate love, probably hates it even more. 

That mass of circuits, my dear fellow, is as revolutionary as nuclear fission. 

No more wastage in schools: no more tedious learning by rote. 

A brilliantly devised course, delivered by a leading teacher, subliminally learned, checked, and corrected by an infallible authority. 

And what have we got?

A row of cabbages!

Indeed - knowledgeable cabbages.

[after 6 stumped the machine, causing it to self destruct
What was The Question?

It's insoluble - for Man or Machine.

What was it?

W - H - Y - Question mark.



I met a traveller from an antique land,

Who said—“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone

Stand in the desert. . . . Near them, on the sand,

Half sunk a shattered visage lies, whose frown,

And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command,

Tell that its sculptor well those passions read

Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,

The hand that mocked them, and the heart that fed;

And on the pedestal, these words appear:

My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings;

Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!

Nothing beside remains. Round the decay

Of that colossal Wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.”

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

22/5 : The Vic-Sims

22/5 : 2 + 2 = 5

The idea that there are MANY PEOPLE lying in A&E (or dead) with no ID on them is beyond stupid.

It's moronic.

If there are concerned relatives, why have they not contacted (Oh, I don't know) a hospital to find out if they are it or not.

This is a lie. A stupid lie.

22/5 : I Got 22 Problems, but The Truth Ain't One

22/5 : 2 + 2 = 5

Our mainstream media is not covering this news out of Manchester

(As part of the drill on May 8th in Manchester, a fake suicide bomber detonated an explosive device in a packed food court at the shopping centre.)

Terror training exercise staged at Trafford Centre on Monday May 8th– news coverage May 10th

Greater Manchester Police sorry for 'Muslim terrorist' exercise – May 10th

'Allahu Akbar' cry at terror drill was scripted, police admit – May 11th

Police chief says Trafford Centre terror drill was a success, but 'we have learned lessons – May 13th

Manchester Bomb Scare...a Complete Setup to Create FEAR – This was dated May 15th

Manchester Terrorist Bomb Hoax Scare a Week After Staged Drill..Who Would Have Guessed?  May 15th

Security company gaffe behind 'outrageous' Manchester United Old Trafford bomb blunder

Fake bomb accidentally left after training exercise sparks mass evacuation at Man Utd game – May 16h

Now news from May 23rd

(Same town, Manchester, a suicide bomber kills 22 at concert)    22 on the 22nd

Suicide Bomber Kills 22 At Ariana Grande Concert In Manchester, Worst UK Terrorist Attack Since 2005

So on the 8th they had a drill, on the 16th they had a bomb scare, and on the 22nd they had the real deal go live. Hmmm……


In numerology 22 is often called the Master Builder or Spiritual Master in Form. This 'master number' includes all the attributes of the number 2, twice over, and also those of the 4. People who are 22s are said to find themselves feeling as if they live in two worlds, one which is overwhelmed by the mundane, and the other by the fantastic. In the divinatory Tarot, there are 22 major arcana cards. These cards are numbered 0-21, so it is a matter of interpretation whether The Fool or The World is card number 22. The latter card is almost always associated with hard workers, a red-gold color, and a rose-gold gemstone. Interestingly, the digital root of the 22 is the 4, which is the number of hard work.

Twenty-two is a higher octave of four. It contains the secrets to many esoteric questions, as evidenced by the fact that there are twenty two letters in the Hebrew alphabet, twenty two pathways in many versions of the Kabbalah, and twenty two cards in the Major Arcana. Twenty two carries with it psychic gifts such as heightened sensitivity, intuition and psychic awareness, but is also predisposed to pitfalls such as treachery from hidden enemies and over sensitivity.

22 represents practical idealism - practical genius, creator of the future, power on all levels, master of the material, philanthropy, universality, international direction, and service to mankind.

In religion:

In mathematics

  • Twenty-two is a composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 11. 22 is the sixth discrete bi-prime and the fourth in the (2.q) family. With 21 it forms the second discrete bi-prime pair. 22 has an aliquot sum of 14 and is the fifth composite number found in the 7-aliquot tree. It has a 7- member aliquot sequence 22,14,10,8,7,1,0 of which the next two members are themselves discrete biprimes, 22 is the first discrete biprime exhibiting this property. 169 also has 14 as its aliquot sum. 22 is itself the aliquot sum of two numbers 20,38.
  • Twenty-two is a pentagonal number and a centered heptagonal number.
  • When cutting a circle with just six line segments, the maximum number of pieces that can be so created is 22, thus 22 is a central polygonal number .
  • The sum of the totient function for the first eight integers is 22.
  • 22 is a Perrin number, preceded in the sequence by 10, 12, 17.
  • It is a Smith number in base 10.
  • 22 divided by 7 approximates the number ¹, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.

    In astronomy - Messier object M22, a magnitude 6.5 globular cluster in the constellation Sagittarius


  • Dragon Worship

    "The European Dragon guards two things in his Cave - 

    He guards heaps of Gold, and Virgins.

    And he can't make use of either of them.

    But he just GUARDS."

    You are a Dragon.

    Your nature is essentially NOBLE.

    As you will witness in the battle we are about to have. 

    Or have always had.

    This Battle has been recorded across and against Time.

    I fight not to win -- but to show you the fullness of your existence.

    Across History. Always as something Good.

    "If you breathe on a horses nostrils, you can make him yours for life;

    But you have to get close enough first..."