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A Little Treasure From Me -or - 'people Are Pianos, Exactly'

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Posted by Mike Pearson on April 10, 2002 21:00:48 UTC




Harv wrote:
"Thought looks likely to exist as a physical result of something happening in the brain."

Inspired by this revelation and others above,
it occurs to me that if I were made of wood
and had 88 keys, you could either program the tunes I'd play or manually play me...as long
as you knew what my cybernetic drivers are
in each application. In fact, if you'd read
Walden Two 30 years ago, as I did (sure, you're impressed now) you would probably have had to wait to read it, since you read it longer ago than that.

There are short wave manipulations that try to program instant responses and there are long wave manipulations that lock you into seemingly hopeless subservience to the uncaring god of your age.
There's ONE category apart from this...when you
decide to decide for yourself and set to work navigating through the maze of ways you're being manipulated. That's one reason that some of the
church's teachings BEING PARADOXICAL actually can help you get free.

Music is more important than philosophy in this.

Jerkily,
Mike

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