The Gold Key Release, to Free Yourself from Forever Limitation
This entry may stir things up, in you. To settle those feelings after you've read it and "seen the writing on the wall", use The Gold Key Release. You'll feel better. Click the image, below, and do The Gold Key Release on the "stirred up" feelings, as instructed on the page at which you land.
The Gold Key Release:
to Release You from Forever-Limitation
As a possibility . . .
it's available in many ways . . .
as an actuality, it requires intelligence and sanity to enjoy it safely:
The intention of this writing is to appeal to your imagination
to attract your attention and get you to remember things.
Having done that -- and I mean this to be very important -- to dissolve the substance of it all by means I have provided at the end -- a lifesaver.
Persons and things consist of both form and substance. "Substance" makes "form" substantial.
People confuse "the form" with "the substance."
They may think that it's enough to have "substance" without being equally discerning about the "form" of the substance. People are not that discriminating.
In fact, the word, "discrimination", as been given a bad name -- even though it only means, "discernment". What has been popularized as the meaning of "discrimination" (by the official sources of information) is not true discrimination, but stereotypical discrimination, broad discrimination without attention to details. It is the word, "discrimination", indiscriminately used.
Without discrimination, people are unable to tell what is good for them from what is bad for them. They take too much of "the bad" along with, "the good".
That is the basis of materialism, that is, Consumerism
an attempted solution to the distresses of life.
If that escapes you, listen to this:
Two behaviors that involve self-gratification are the affliction of the world:
These are not the only two behaviors there are, but they are the two major afflictions of the socio-economic world.
abandons sensibility (intelligence) -- or never had itImmature Self-Gratification wants things before it has created them or earned them. It wants more before it feels it has earned it -- but it rationalizes that it deserves it. It wants it, now. It confuses imagining something in a vague sort of way with imagining it with such completeness and integrity that it can be of value others. It wants the "owning" but hasn't the capacity to sustain having what it wants because it hasn't developed, enough. It hasn't borne its fruit, but it wants the fruit brought forth by others -- already. It's a Consumer. Infantile and childish behavior doesn't know it's infantile or childish.
Nonetheless, it wants its gratification -- and those who aspire to Insane Self-Gratification will give it.
abandons conscience (integrity) for self-gratification -- or never had it
Insane Self-Gratification preys upon Immature Self-Gratification. It feeds off of unnecessary Consumerism in its own Super Consumerism. It's "The Consumer of Consumers -- The BIG Consumer" and Immature Self-Gratification is the source of its food.
The Metaphor of The Time MachineH.G. Welles' story, The Time Machine, was set in a future, post-war Earth.
In an early scene, we see the time-traveler in his time machine whirling into the future. The time machine comes to rest in a dark cavern. In moments, humanoid creatures discover the time-traveler and his machine in the cavern. In moments, they attack him. They are hairy, aggressive creatures with large teeth and eyes that glow in the dark. These are the Morlocks. The Morlocks are flesh-eaters -- mutants -- the ones who provide the sustenance of the Eloi. The time-traveler manages to fight them off and escapes in the time machine to a days-later time, still in the cavern.
After his first encounter with the Morlocks, we see the time traveler emerge from the cavern into an idyllic, garden-like setting. Soon, he comes upon The Eloi, a peaceful, aesthetically-refined people reminiscent of the Flower Children of the 60s. The Eloi live lives of leisure and gentle entertainments with their needs provided, mysteriously, on an ongoing basis. They are vegetarians.
In a later scene, we hear what we recognize as air-raid sirens. The Eloi stop their feasting, look up, and then file peacefully into the great mouths of underground shelters with heavy sliding doors that close behind them with a boom. After a time the doors slide open and the Eloi emerge -- but not all of them. The flesh the Morlocks eat is that of the Eloi who come to the caverns when the sirens sound. They "farm" the Eloi. The sirens are theirs.
The Eloi correspond to those who live lives of Immature Self-Gratification. The Morlocks correspond to those who live lives of Insane Self-Gratification. As the Morlocks feed upon the Eloi, Insane Self-Gratification feeds upon Immature Self-Gratification.
That is the metaphor of the story, The Time Machine, as it applies to today.
What happens to the vampire's host after the orgasm of Blood Feast?
When Civilizations Fall
The Eloi are dependent upon the Morlocks, who give enough to sustain them but who keep their power over The Eloi hidden and unrecognized. The Eloi really do need, "more", for their own survival against the predation of the Morlocks -- more information about their situation and control over their own survival. Their dependency is their weakness. They remain oblivious.
The Morlocks are dependent upon the dependency of the Eloi for their sustenance and keep their power over the Eloi by hiding in the caverns, unseen and so unrecognized by the Eloi -- while they provide enough for the Eloi to survive as a food source. They want more Eloi -- for breakfast. They want to maintain control.
The two have the mood of, "MORE", in common. It's just that one is predator and the other is prey.