Jan Cox Talk 0599

“Because” — the Worst Word for a Real Revolutionist

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#599 * Jan 22, 1990 * – 1:05 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :07. Creation came about with the delivery of triplets, each being raised in complete ignorance of the existence of its two other siblings.

What if a primary purpose of words is to prepare men for the introduction of new energy to follow (i.e., for more words, each slightly different than the preceding). The responsibility for this today is in real poetry and the field of scientific inquiry: words to spark the imagination into new areas of energy. Words are forms of preparation for the future, for the inevitable, the uncomfortable. They are not conveyances of rational (or irrational) info. Thus they are super open-ended; no place for a period is possible.

The succeeding words are always at least slightly different, or Life would be dying. The preceding words are always soothing, comforting to people for what is to follow. To the Real Revolutionist, words are “bad news”. A “worst’ word for the Real Revolutionist is “because”; e.g., “I don’t drink, because…” vs. “1 don’t drink”. “Because acts as a limiter, a governor, on succeeding energies; they are a protection agent by limitation of any potentially wider impact/dissemination of the energy.

Actually, every word acts as a governor on every other word. “Because” also acts as an “escape hatch” for new energy by predicating the restriction on extrinsic factors which could change in the future. The Real Revolutionist should have no access to such safety valves; he should be totally responsible for what he says. To not start within verbal prison (i.e., without “because”) is an automatic delivery from any proffered verbal parole.


And Kyroot Said…

In that excited voice of his, the guy gushed, “Big numbers,
that’s what we’re dealing with here — big fucking numbers.” And
his cohort voice asked, “And just how big are we talking here?”
And he replied, “Ah, easily up to two.”

***

Episodic reality is the reality you see passing by your
train window. …(That alone’s enough to make some riders wanna
mug their ticket, and dip-stick the conductor.)

***

An elephant cannot initiate his own kind in pachydermian
secrets.

***

No matter how hard things got, one guy said he always “saved
a special place in his heart for him.”

***

The epicenter of this one chap’s life seemed to have
occurred when he got a job delivering goiters.

***

No one ever comes for “just a visit.”

***

Fellow told me that he’d figured out why gifts are so neat;
he says it’s not because you simply got something free, and it’s
not because it proves the giver loves you, no, he says that you
look at a real neat present, and while thinking how much you
enjoy it, simultaneously realize you would have never gotten it
yourself. Now…no one would dare ever think of this in regards
to the acquisition of new info — would they?

***

A real revolutionist: One who is hard on himself, and easy
on others. Second Version: A real revolutionist: One who is
hard on himself, and hard on others. Third version: A real
revolutionist.

***

In that garishly lit galaxy, one father who worked at a used
space ship lot, while explaining some basic social matters to one
of his daughters, drifted partially into his business jargon when
he told her, “Sex is NOT an ‘add on’.”
***

What may be learned from the obvious may later prove to have
been all too obvious, or else not as obvious as was thought, and
even later these two possibilities may prove to be
indistinguishable.

***

One self-proclaimed “religious woman” just over in that
shaky spot told me most emphatically that all she hoped for in a
better afterlife was a tonic for her nerves and a daybed for her
mind.

***

In a 3-D universe, where you are in space determines your
time, but there is another level where time is not decided by
space.

***

In what appeared to be an uncontrollable spasm, one chap
suddenly blurted out, “When myths become superstitions, only the
superstitious will have myths.” …(Thank you, Orpheus, and “get
down” with your bad self…at least, as best you can.)

***

One little perceptive tyke said what he found cutest about
adults was the way they talk.

***

It could be said that the ordinary artist assists the move
from the visual to the conceptual, and then that the
revolutionist completes the progression.

***

“Have you ever considered,” inquired the pondering father,
“that if any human affairs and thoughts could be tidily wrapped
up in words, with a period being a satisfying conclusion at one
end of a verbal gathering, then we would have no need for
incessant introductions on the other.”

***

If the possible outcomes of the mythic quest were either to
remain more or less as you are now, or become like one of
humanity’s spiritual heroes, the would-be explorer, I suggest,
would be likely to adopt a general attitude sort of like, “To
hell with the whole thing.”

***
Two myths were just sitting around, not doing nothing, and
one finally spoke, “Do you realize that half the people take us
literally, and the rest think we’re fiction — is that not
weird!” The other myth sorta nodded and, after a quiet interval,
said, “OK, I give up, what’s the difference?”

***

I have previously noted for you that, “Anything that can
happen, will,” but I can be more specific, “Anything you can
imagine to happen will, or has.”

***

And yet another of those mythic figures tells me that what
he likes best about being a god is that you can not only “start
off on the wrong foot, but can damn well stay there.”

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