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  Out of Thin Air
by Robin Ouzman Hislop
Friday, September 21, 2007
Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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If I could shift
the immeasurable sorrows
of time, that now belong
to those who are doomed
to forget all morrows,
I would not regret
the presentís futility.

God is the economy:
money,the irrevocable conviction
its absolute power of autonomy
decrees human fate,
the compassionate smile
of Mr. Money Man Icon,
recognition its knowledge
is made in the image of God.

This millennium incepted
an escalation of war,
what myth did we espouse
as we approached it?
we did not actually prophesise
the new millennium
will begin in an escalation of war
worse than the last century,
letís celebrate it!
What am I proof of,
since 60 years of daily propaganda
on the Second World War,
of as many wars & more,
The Cold War, The Terror War?
Iím Mr. Money Man, Iím Mr. War Man
& I want you all to fall.

I want the monarchy to fall,
I want organised religion to fall,
the military to fall,
the police to fall,
the nation states to fall,
politics to fall
& the first, second
& third worlds to merge
their peoples
to mingle blood
in the wealth of the worldís abundance
& return to the original knowledges,Shamanism
Alchemy,Animism & Astrology.

Science has to find out
what it is doing,
rather than attempting to say
what it is through its postulate
of rationality.
If by its own definition is finite,
even its own laws
will be eliminated
as if they never existed
by definition of their own creation.

What has been the course
of human history,
it has been to create
situations that being beyond
their control,control them,
at the cost of life
& its forced productivity.
Organised religions
have been built on this,
mobilisation of people
through repression.

We humans demonstrate
a capacity to belong committed
to innumerable belief systems,
as we demonstrate the capacity
to belong to so numerous
different languages
it is impossible to talk of them
all in terms of translation
for the individual,
or virtually which is which.

The Anglo Saxon derivative
for the title God
was to equivocate with the Greek
generic noun,Theo,Theus,Zeus,
ie force,it reverts back today
to the Sanskrit Goda Devi,
Her Divine Presence
from Khudda ,via the migrations
of the Q Celts.

She the Most Ancient One
with Many Names
danced with drums
before time began draws
the matrix on which the spell
of Maya is spun,
world within world within world
without end, all veils of illusion,
She is the Beatific Vision.





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Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 12/24/2009
Truly wise and learned words with a gifted poetic tongue, barely held in check. Why do I feel I have bathed in a pond of healing waters, and washed with soap of wisdom, thank you for reaching it to me.
Blessings! Jasmin Horst
Reviewed by Axilea MU 12/5/2007
I would have imagined this outstandingly clairvoyant piece of writing without the line breaks. More like prose poetry. But that's just my point of view.

The path followed by your thought and the way you delivered them are very enlightening. I am glad I've discovered this wonderful vision.

Axilea
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 9/22/2007
The organised religions of the world have been built on this,
the mobilisation of people through repression.

So sadly true, as world history records, and most wars of mankind down through the ages have been fueled by religious hatred and bigotry.

But will we ever learn?
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 9/21/2007
I could very well write a book from the thesis of this poem, starting with an outline of the Ten Sefiroth. Mathers, Fortune, and Crowley are all present here. The three Triads are here also; the astral, moral, and intellectual. Out of Thin Air is in good company with the Qabalistic path is in many ways comparable to Carl Jung's idea of Individuation; the integration of all aspects of one's being. Hermetic wisdom hangs in the balance Out of Thin Air on an astral limb with particular archetypal meaning with rich symbolism of the Hermetic Tree. Eliphas Levi has more meaning - throwing a "tarot spread bomb" and annihilating organized religion. Nostradamus heard me say it! Think it's time for a seance to call the spirit Wilhelm Reich Out of Thin Air for some Orgone Radiation Astral Light Truth the government outlawed. Trump cards to you. Ether of the wise, Robin - Long live Thoth, Jung and Luna, Homer, Pindar, Sappho! A toast of Celtic Mead. Cheers!

Warmly,
Sage
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 9/21/2007
i have enjoyed this very deep and many facetted write-I find it intelligent and incredibly thought provoking as i re-read
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