I got linked on some muggle blog so I now have to scare off the normies before they get hurt :-P. Or maybe it’s that I don’t have the time or energy to write up a proper post, but I have to get something up with minimal time for editing.
It occurred to me today that the high-class hobby of breeding and training (horses, people, whatever) is not an accident. It’s embarrassing that it took so long, but consider that even today melons are breeding dogs for appearance, pageantry and particular skills displayed in dog shows.
This could explain their psychopathic detachment from out-group people. Imagine if everyone you knew was breeding special-purpose servants from various animals as a hobby. Imagine breeding oxen that could plow the land by instinct and training, without human oversight. If this were your hobby, the attitude of melons toward non-melons is easily explained.
Imagine a world society like that. It even explains why their psychology is shifted toward game theory, politics, and economics. Breeding was their full-time job (the way they supported themselves), a sport, and hobby science. Eat your heart out Hari Seldon, Dr. Moreau’s mule just broke your economic model.
Curiously, the Ashkenazi eugenics process reproduced the psychology seemingly without the emotional instinct to breed animals for fun and profit (or at least collect private zoos full of exotic animals). This is almost exclusively a hhhwhite thing now.
In conjunction with Koanic’s recent foray into hybrid theory (slash madness) this could make sense of a lot.
Even the garden of Eden story makes sense in light of this. Adam and Eve are the remaining melons in a garden full of animals and fruit, and they have dominion over them. But then Eve participates in one of the breeding experiments, even though she’s been instructed not to break this taboo! And Adam follows suit. One of the creations of this black science (Cain, cro magnon) kills the other (Abel, neanderthal). IIRC myth has it that Cain took Abel’s wife for his own.
The presence of God in the story can be explained by the omnipresent myth that genetic scientists “meddle in the realm of God” when they try to create better animals and humans.
So “God” here is probably not Yahweh, but rather the primordial melon religion that prescribed rules and taboos for such behavior. When these melons broke the rules, they were banished. I imagine that melon DNA was considered sacred, and not to be mixed with lower animals even if those animals were bred to be capable of speech.
Interesting. I saw in a program yesterday that the supposedly Christian sign of the cross was endemic to Amerindian religion:
They claimed this treasure map was created by Aztecs, but I think the more likely suspects are the red-haired giants whose remains are found in the remaining North American monoliths.
Anyway, the Aztecs used this hieroglyph to say “tree”. So when Christ died on the cross, he was interacting with that primordial religion in the same way that literature interacts with previous literature! Simply amazing.
Hence also the significance of the “Sephirot” tree to Kabbalah, which appears to be a remnant of what I call the “Babylonian Monolithic Death Cult”.
I presume then that the meanings of all that gibberish correspond to the game theory of genetics.
This might explain the whole sin business too. Because they broke the DNA taboo, all humans subject to the law now carry the taint of it in their DNA. Hence we are all marked for destruction (like genetically diseased cattle or “sheep”) unless we respond to the Christian meme, which possibly triggers some particular sequence indicating we’re worth saving.
This all reminds me of John C. Wright’s series Count to the Eschaton where superintelligent, immortal post-humans engage in memetic warfare in order to breed humans in different directions. Also corresponds to arch-melon Nebuchadnezzar’s second dream about the great tree. Probably also related to Yggdrasil, which I don’t really know anything about.