People Is A Time Machine

21/11/2023 02:26

People Is A Time Machine


The science fiction short story, ‘”- All You Zombies -”’ (1959), written by the first science fiction ‘Grand Master’, a title awarded to Robert A. Heinlein (1907-88) by the Science Fiction Writers Association (SFWA) in 1973, after another time-travel story, Time Enough For Love, was published as a novel, contains a description of a time machine, ‘I opened a case, the only thing in the room; it was a U.S.F.F. Co-ordinates Transformer Field Kit, series 1992, Mod. II - a beauty, no moving parts, weight twenty-three kilos fully charged, and shaped to pass as a suitcase. I had adjusted it precisely earlier that day; all I had to do was to shake the metal net which limits the transformation field.’1 The central protagonist, ‘the Unmarried Mother’, travels backwards and forwards through time, as a member of the ‘Temporal Bureau’, to fertilize himself as a woman, and give birth to himself as a baby girl, who’d later be on the operating table at the maternity hospital, where the surgeon, discovering she was a hermaphrodite, performed gender assignment surgery, ‘When I opened you, I found a mess. I sent for the Chief of Surgery while I got the baby out, then we held a consultation with you on the table - and worked for hours to salvage what we could. You had two full sets of organs, both immature, but with the female set well enough developed that you had a baby. They could never be any use to you again, so we took them out and rearranged things so that you can develop properly as a man.’ Although the story is presented as needing a time machine, what ‘” - All You Zombies -”’ describes, as well as the movie made in Australia, as Predestination (2014), starring actor Ethan Hawke, as ‘The Barkeep’, are the human characters in the story as a machine, which is temporally adjustable.



 That humans are a time machine suggests they’re the vehicle for a traveler, or travelers, which Jesus ‘Christ’, ‘the chosen’, for example, encountering a man on the road to Gadarene, near the coast of the sea of Galilee, Palestine, according to the New Testament of the Bible, that is, Jesus’ teachings that supersede, for Christianity, the Old Testament of the Jews, which is their history and law, called Torah and Talmud, exorcised as ‘demons’, ‘My name is Legion.’ (Mk: 5. 9) Casting the demons out of the man, the demons begged Jesus to allow them to inhabit a herd of pigs, which then ran off a cliff and drowned. Either the pigs didn’t want the demon, ‘Legion’, a name perhaps reflecting the fact that the legions of Rome were then occupying the Jewish state of Palestine for their Emperor, Tiberius Caesar Augustus (14-37 C. E.), or the demons drove the pigs to kill themselves as the ‘travelers’ within their vehicles, before leaving the dead bodies floating in the water. What isn’t clear is that the traveling demons knew the pigs, as they’d been there, that is, pigs were a vehicular means of travel, as was the man on the road to Gadarene, who announced his complaint to Jesus. Seeing something familiar, which they’d doubtless seen before, that is, the pigs, the demons traveled through that familiar vehicle, after being made to leave the man, whose vehicle they’d ‘hijacked’, before drowning the pigs, and leaving as a roam on legion.

 As Jesus was later killed by the Romans, if not demons themselves, they were the demoniacally possessed, along with the Jewish Pharisees, that is, the religious police, or those amongst the Jewish public announcing themselves as offended by Jesus’ healing of the sick on the Jewish sabbath, which is traditionally a day of rest on each Saturday, rather than every Sunday, as it is in Christianity, because it’s written in the Bible that the creator, God, created the Earth in six days, and rested on the seventh. According to Jewish folklore, a Jew was righteously, and religiously, killed for collecting firewood on Saturday, while in Germany they have the same folklore about a Christian killed on Sunday, which is what demons do with humans as their vehicular travel. Jesus was killed by time travelers, who’re demons to the human vehicles they drive. However, although that suggests humans are a time machine, they aren’t, which is what Jesus’ fate is designed to demonstrate. Accused by his disciple, Judas, of being with a woman, Jesus admonished, ‘Leave her alone.’ (Mk: 14. 6) Judas’ response was to betray Jesus to the Pharisees, who then gave Jesus to the Romans, whose judge there, Pontius Pilate, ordered Jesus taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem, where he was nailed to a cross of wood, and died, but experienced Resurrection and Ascension to heaven. Although the Moslems of the nations of Islam similarly view pigs as haraam or forbidden, according to their Koran (610-30 C.E.), dictated by the angels of God to Mohamed, which contains some of the history and law of the Jews, as they’re the descendants of  Abraham, whose first son, Isaac, founded Judaism, while Islam was founded by Mohamed, a descendant of Abraham’s second son, Ishmael, there was a man called Jesus who died, but it wasn’t him, which suggests Jesus’ body was a vehicle for the traveling demon(s) of roam, after his encounter with the man on the road near Gadarene. That pigs are haraam is because the worship of demons as pig gods, that is, bigotry, is evil, as evinced by the biblical narrative of the Jew killed on Saturday for collecting firewood, ‘While the Israelites were in the wilderness, a man was found gathering wood on the Sabbath day. Those who found him gathering wood brought him to Moses and Aaron and the whole assembly, and they kept him in custody, because it was not clear what should be done to him. Then the Lord said to Moses, “The man must die. The whole assembly must stone him outside the camp.” So the assembly took him outside the camp and stoned him to death, as the Lord commanded Moses.’ (Num: 15. 32-6) In European folklore it’s a Christian killed on Sunday, that is, for the same reason, because Sunday is the Sabbath for Christians. For the pig gods, it’s the same: man. Having killed their vehicle, the pigs travel on.



 If time travel is a fact, then humans are a vehicle for traveling, which isn’t necessarily demon-possessed, although the Hindu religion, based on the Sanskrit Vedas (1500-500 B.C.) of Indo-Iran, attempts an explanation as karma, that is, humans are reincarnated, rather than resurrected, which is life after death, whereas reincarnation is rebirth, because they’re required to repeat, in order to correct mistakes made in their previous lives, by demons, who’re then travelers with their human vehicle since birth, and before, while the demons correct the mistakes they’ve made in order to travel, which is the reason for their being called demons, as where they’re going isn’t necessarily where the volitional human, who isn’t machinery, wants. For the demon(s) humans are vehicular machinery, which they use for time traveling, but better machinery is desirable; so humans are a troublesome nuisance as an inadequate machine, which is the reason for 21st century employers, for example, treating their employees as poor slaves, as they aren’t machines. Although the solution is proffered as ‘training’, what the demon as vampire means is draining, that is, work the human to death as a machine, so the demons can then travel on by means of other vehicular modes of transportation, for example, television, which is the transmission of moving pictures, often repeated, as a form of time machine, recognizable by the demon roaming legions as familiar ‘stopover’, before they travel on their karmic wheels to correct more humans in their course, that is, kill, so that the human picture is repeated. For Christians, that’s so Jesus can remember where he was with the demons, ‘Love your neighbor as you love yourself.’ (Mk: 12. 31) However, if the demons, using the humans as their vehicular mode of transport, kill it to travel on, the humans are either no longer human, that is, they’re ‘pics’, emerging from their automobiles, for example, as TV pictures from mobile ‘phones, or the animaliens traveling on are the original humans, who’ve bred animals to ride, which believe they’re humans, as they’ve passports and citizenship, but in fact they’re the equivalent of ‘picks’ to a roam on Empire, choosing when, and where, to go, by what they can see repeated on their karmic wheels.



 Although Judeo-Christianity’s concept of resurrection doesn’t correspond to Hinduism’s reincarnation, the idea of the time machine persists in the reawakening of humans at their appointed hour, while the coffin box, inside which the body of the dead human is placed, is the container of the lifeless parts of the machine, before it’s repaired. It’s where rejuvenation occurs, as it’s necessary for what remains of the original human consciousness of the body’s occupant to be alone after death, that is, without demoniacal possession, as that’s how vampires, for example, rise from a grave that isn’t theirs; as roam on travelers. That the Christian church, after Jesus, was centered on Rome, at the city within the city, the Vatican, where the first Pope, Jesus’ disciple Peter, had his see, and where Pope Pius XI’s decree of 1950 was that the doctrine of ‘the Assumption’ of Jesus’ mother bodily into heaven become dogma, as Jesus was born from his mother, the Virgin Mary, uncontaminated by male semen, because she was women’s seed, who’re hermaphroditic, called futanarian, and so Jesus was of women’s ‘foot’ race, suggests resurrection and ascension to heaven was, thereafter, dependent on permission to roam. The dead could rot in their boxes, or be vouchsafed life after death by the Christian church, which recognizing humans as a machine, driven through time and space by demons, who used the machinery as their vehicular transport, had been persuaded to view time travel as a means of machine maintenance. Consequently, humans were viable only so long as they were a good machine, which meant the improved human was a machine. The age of the programable human, as robotic souless machine, was the future, which the suited demons found acceptable, that is, slavers, as machinery was useful as transport, whereas humans weren’t, although they were encouraged to look forward by those with the whip in their hand.

1 Heinlein, Robert A. ‘ ” - All You Zombies - ” ’, June 11th, 1958.