Sunday, September 09, 2012

What do you Do? Coo Coo Kachoo.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May your noses always be cold and wet.

Strife seems to be the order of the day. In the world at large and even in small venues, like these blogs. Confusion seems to rule the boardwalk, as we wander in vision distance, along the shoreline of the ocean of opportunity. This ocean of opportunity, comes out of the raw unmanifested potential of Nature and Nature is doing some very strange things. When Nature begins to react, in locations heretofore not seen, it is a reflection of the human estate, concerning the degree of it's corruption. I see unusual parallels but that is the kind of person I am. The ordinary progressions are meaningless to me, as any kind of guidelines, because they are obvious in the first place. It is the arcane that strikes me, so I like to look at the dumping grounds of the rich and tasteless.

One thing you know for sure, when things are coming down and going down, things are also going up. The same way that generations disappear, along with their way of thinking, new generations appear to replace them. In some cases these generations, are worse than what came before em masse but better in the minority, as is the case in the United States. You see emerging nations, where there is a hunger for something higher and lacking in entrenched corruption. You see countries, where a certain religious solidarity, translates into moral fiber, as it does in certain Muslim nations. This is irrespective of draconian tendencies, that may exist in certain entrenched corridors. These people have a collective, going to glory, mindset. It's a tough thing to counter, when you are growing increasingly fat, corrupt and over extended, as the west is exemplifying, in it's decadence and aimless fascination, with trivia and temporary satiation. This is not to say it is not rampant in the East as well, where they turn their culture into a cartoon caricature of what you see in the west, like India, Japan, China etc.

I'm a trends and signs kind of a guy, which does not mean I believe I have the capacity to predict where it is safe to be. I think the only place safe to be, is right with yourself and, by extension, right with the world, on your terms, as opposed to whatever insanity the world may be presenting, be is ever so clever, subtle or gross. A person with integrity will find that they experience the positive result of the difference, between the Fata Morgana and the secret springs of the elusive oasis. One of the paramount problems in this day and age, is too many people's self assurance that they know the way to go. Self confidence, without a deeper input, is going right into the demographic of, “pride goes before a fall”. You have to find the oasis and drink the water.

The biggest problem with people concerning accessing the higher mind, is that 'throwing the baby out with the bathwater' phenomena. It's religion that fucks up people's understanding about the reality and efficacy of the arcane. Religion is a suit of clothes that reflect what someone was wearing at a particular time. Most of the time and certainly at this time, it was a long time ago. This creates a disconnect between how we think, what we know little about, really is and the present moment, where things are and things happen. Unfortunately, this requires one to be different than just about everyone else. It confers that 'voice crying in the wilderness' thing. Most people have a real problem with being different, even though they go out of their way to try to appear different; a tattoo will make me different, although I am surrounded by millions of people with tattoos. I need to get a tattoo across the base of my spine, so that the person pounding me from behind will have something to read when they go through the motions. I need a whole lot of wild piercings. People will notice me. I need that unique haircut that's got that, “I just got out of my bed a moment ago but while I was sleeping, rats shit in my hair and moussed me with Krazy Glue. There's no question you will want to go to bed with me”.

Religion is is like putting all your attention into the shrink wrap packaging and forgetting about the contents it's enclosing. 'If' there is a consciousness, vastly beyond your own, it makes no sense to try to interact with it and interpret it on your terms. This is one of the essential misperceptions, on the part of so many people. This doesn't just reflect back on a person's being hamstrung by religion. It extends into that person's relationship with other people. It extends into their relationship with Nature and with their own nature. It extends into their relationship with the world. It gets into every area of your business. It's why the world has such poor leadership and confused and indifferent followers. It's what makes religious leaders dress up in clown outfits and not have a clue about how ridiculous they look. It's the prelude to the Emperor's new clothes. It's the kind of thing that caused Samuel Becket to wear the same shoe size as James Joyce, out of emulation, even though Joyce's shoe size was one size smaller. It's the kind of thing that makes women have toe surgery so that they can wear those Jimmy Choo shoes.

It's the kind of thing that makes me think I know what I'm talking about when I don't (grin).

What to do? What to do? Certainly it is not to go out and shoot a few rounds of golf, or crack another Budweiser, in preparation for this Sunday's games. One thing we are, is creatures of habit. This is the good news and the bad news. You have to look at your habits, as the source of everything that is good and bad in your life. Good habits ensure that you will not fail, when confronted with difficulty. Bad habits, ensure that you will fail automatically because that is what bad habits do. It's the dynamic of having discipline and not having discipline. What do you do? Coo Coo Ka Choo.

I have fallback. Do you have fallback? When I don't know what is going on, I fallback. Some, when they don't know what's going on, do not fall back, they fall forward under their own power. Most of life is ridiculously simple. That is the problem. It's too simple, so we add in whatever amount of complexity we think we need, to grant authenticity that needs no addition of, by the person creating all kinds of obstacles for themselves.

Netanyahoo is a belligerent psychopath. So are Ehud Barack and Avigdor Lieberman. Nothing guarantees a sure fire clusterfuck, like fellow travelers nodding their head in agreement, while the whole world can see what idiots they are. You say the whole world can't see it and most of them aren't even looking? Agreed, but Mr. Apocalypse is in town. Mr. Apocalypse is in the house. Like Ralph Fiennes and Philip Seymour Hoffman in Red Dragon, you will be forced to see and it's the same individual qualities that we have been discussing here, that account for Hoffman getting into the mess he got into and winding up as a wheelchair flambe.

So many people think that certain people are way too powerful to be brought down. No one is too possible to be brought down. Nothing is too big to fail. Time may pass and everything may go well for either of these for a time but eventually, down the chute pilgrim, down the chute. No one has ever conquered the world and you may be sure they are going down, when they get to the position where they think they will. Without the capacity for surrender and being able to see that you are wrong and care to know whether you are wrong, you are doomed.

So it goes in the Crimson Clover, over and over. Red for blood and green for money, honey. ♫Let it be, let it be♫

End Transmission.......

Visible sings: The Sacred and The Profane by Les Visible♫ Mountian of Release ♫
'Mountian of Release' is track no. 9 of 13 on Visible's 2007 album 'The Sacred and The Profane'

The Sacred and The Profane by Les Visible

The radio show will be available sometime later today.


Anonymous said...

Religion in the west is mainly the practise of mind enslavement......

The mind kept in a fragile state ready to be forcefed lies to justify insanity,,,,Like trying to take over the earth,,,,

Maybe trying to take over the earth by being nice to people would be easier,probably more fun too...
As you probably wouldn't need to starve people to death comitt war and other undesirable behaviours on everyone ,thereby making things easier I suppose,,,

That's would be my opinion anyway...

Respect Neil

Anonymous said...

"... I deliberately went out of my way to find out, armed with the knowledge that they understood this rule: the way to a man's belief is through confusion and absurdity."

-- Jacques Vallee, Messengers of Deception

Erica said...

Hi Vis,Many thanks for the beautiful song and more words of wisdom.
I've allowed myself to become agitated by events that are meaningless in the grand scheme of things-needed reminding to retreat to that quiet central place of peace.

Anonymous said...

Do you see? Do you see?

Open your eyes.


Open then or I'll staple your eyelids to your forehead.

I actually felt nauseous the other day when I caught a news clip of Bwak Bwak Obarmy on T.V. giving some speech.
The audience of the undead were all nodding away like those nodding-dogs you see on car dashboards,eyes glazed,each with the same adoring look on their oh-so-punchable faces...
When basically he was saying the same old tired bullshit.

Do they see? Do they see?

God, please kill me now.

I don't mean to sound bitter, cynical, or jaded, but I am, so that's how it comes out.

UselessEater U.K.

Anonymous said...

Loved the beautiful simplicity of this one. It's the kind of thing that makes me think I know what I'm talking about when I don't (grin).

Priceless Vis

from a remote area of Oregon

I have been around, just haven't commented lately

Anonymous said...

"Hotel Fat and Stupid"

(A musical parody, based on the song, "Hotel California", by the Eagles.)

On a dark, dessert highway
Cool Whip in my hair
Warm smell of Doritos
Rising up through the air
Up ahead in the distance
I saw a Burger King sign
My head grew heavy
And my sight grew dim
I had to go get in line

There she stood at the counter
I heard the french fry bell
And I was thinking to myself
"That bitch is fatter than Orson Welles"
Then she lit up the gas grill
And she peeled off some cheese
Their were voices in the dining room
I thought I heard them wheeze...

Welcome to the Hotel Fat and Stupid
Such a lovely place
Such a lovely face
There's plenty to eat at the Hotel Fat and Stupid
Any time of year
You can blimp out here

Her mind is MSG twisted
She got the big bottom bends
She got a lot of fatty, fatty boys
That she calls friends
How they gorge in the courtyard
Sweet summer suet
Some gorge to remember
Some gorge to forget

So I called up the captain
I said, "Please bring me a cab"
He said, "We never let you fuckers go
- just get used to your flab"
And still those voices are calling from far away
Wake you up in the middle of the night
Just to hear them say...

Welcome to the Hotel Fat and Stupid
Such a lovely place
Such a lovely face
There's plenty to eat at the Hotel Fat and Stupid
Any time of year
You can blimp out here

Big Macs on the ceiling
And pink sorbet on ice
And she said, "We are all just prisoners here -
think I'll order up twice."
And in the Colonel's chambers
They gather for the feast
They grab the chicken with their bloated hands
But they just can't kill the beast

Last thing I remember
I was running for the door
I had to get the fuck away
From that big, fat, greasy whore
"Relax," said the grill boy
"Lay that fat gut on your lap
You can order anything you'd like
- but it will still be crap."


Anonymous said...

that was a seriously profound combination of thoughts and ideas...

religion defined is a belief system...unfortunately for the religious...all religions emanate from the same stool sculpture deity cult...compound

Truth is not a "religion".

and the truth is too simple for the self righteous religious assholes to comprehend because they are so self righteous and well...STUPID.

being so self centered and oriented to practicing their belief{s} based on how they feel....

which is programmed in by the mind control machine scriptwriters who are paid by the devious assholes who print the currency at the lie factory in the stool sculpture deity cult compound...who are very very extra-extra special....expeshully on Sundays....and you can take that to the bank

koo koo ka choo


Visible said...

Great comments, all of a theme! 5:03, you had my friend and I nearly rolling on the floor with that one!!! Well done!!!

Anonymous said...

Glad you liked my song parody Visible (and you, too, Vis's friend) - FYI: The Eagles' "Hotel California" is pretty much a dead-ringer for Jethro Tull's song, "We Used to Know". The Eagles used to tour with Jethro Tull back in the early 70's, before they got famous. Tull regularly played "We Used to Know" when the Eagles toured with them. When Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull heard "Hotel California", instead of getting bent out of shape about it, he said that he thought it was a nice tribute to Jethro Tull (which I suppose was a nice way of saying, "You clowns ripped us off, but that's cool"). You can listen to the song "We Used to Know" at the following link; pay close attention to the chord structure, and most especially, the guitar solo which starts at about the 1:27 mark (man those geniuses, the Eagles; I have often wondered how much of Don Henley's music actually came from his own mind - methinks not very much, especially after finding out about this blatant ripoff) -

Anonymous said...

Hey Vis, I don't know if you've ever seen the ABC mini-series, "Wild Palms", but I know you'd get a kick out of it. The elitists were pretty much telling us what was going to happen down the road, in this five-part series, which aired back in 1993. Some of the shit they predict in this "fictional" series is mind-bogglingly accurate (in an extremely creepy way).

You can watch it for free at YouTube.

Here are the five parts (all available at YouTube) -

1. Everything Must Go (approx. 90 minutes) - directed by Peter Hewitt
2. The Floating World (approx. 45 minutes) - directed by Keith Gordon
3. Rising Sons (approx. 45 minutes) - directed by Kathryn Bigelow
4. Hungry Ghosts (approx. 45 minutes) - directed by Keith Gordon
5. Hello, I Must Be Going (approx. 45 minutes) - directed by Phil Joanou

Do a search for "Wild Palms" when you get to YouTube, and add the name of each installment. I guarantee it will blow your mind (if you can get past Jim Belushi's horrific performance; all the other actors are pretty much right on point, including Robert Loggia, Angie Dickinson, Dana Delany, Kim Cattrall and many others whom you will recognize).

missingarib said...

wherever the beings spring into existence, there their deeds will ripen; and wherever their deeds ripen, there they will earn the fruits of those deeds, be it in this life, or be it in the next life, or be it - any other future life.
Pali Sources

much appreciated are your words -hearts and mind in sympathy

live long

Visible said...

I have to apologize to you one and all this week for not having a radio show out to you. I'll get the next one out midweek so that I don't screw it up. I had a guest in and by the time that was all over I was past the moment where I could get it together, happens sometimes. Sorry about that.

preacher said...

“DEAD MAN WALKING – DEAD MAN WALKING” -”I Hear the Angels Talking – Cause I’m Now a Dead Man Walking”

Anonymous said...

pierre said...

anon 5:03 and 6:47.
if you don't want to register with googleblogbot (I dont) please feel free to put a nick name manually so we know who to blame (grin).

if you haven't already read it, Inside the Laurel Canyon by Dave McGowan raises some amazing tidbits on the industry at that time and some highly acclaimed but, at least initially mediocre, rising stars with their all supporting cast of bankers and the like.

fortune cookie for the day:
the well of the divine is limitless and the only interest is your own interest to partake in the first place.
I think I said that (but I could be wrong).

preacher said...

I am sorry Vis, that I didn't react to your apology...
I think that everything you do is a gift to me and a lot of other people.
So I hope you don't feel pressed about your deliverance of them.
But I know; When I promise something, I like to deliver too.

preacher said...

By the way, I'm looking at the first episode of 'Coma' now, from Ridley and Tony Scott, and it's quite disturbing; like in, it could be happening right now.

Anonymous said...

When I was in my twenties I heard a speech by Angela Davis in which she said that "Christianity is the Slavemaster's religion." I considered that blasphemy then, but now I see it is totally true. Today I follow the teachings of Jesus and the Prophets, while realizing that what is in the churches is damnable, worldly and enslaving.

Thank you for your insights on this fine Sabbath Day.

est said...

the two things i've learned so far
you have to be able to say

i'm sorry
i was wrong

i try not to need saying
these words too often

Rob in WI said...

"I don't mean to sound bitter, cynical, or jaded, but I am, so that's how it comes out."
Triggered my laugh button, for a very healthy release. Thanks much. Hope you don't mind if I use the quote; will give you credit.
Be well, Rob

Anonymous said...

Israel did 9-11
Surely that much is clear
By now that must be obvious
To anyone sincere
It Spread cancers killed the young the old
For fascist corporate lunacy
with hell it seems it made a covenant
Using the devils numeracy
But deals made with the devil
Are probably not worth the risk
As when it's time to pay
Its everything you give
To me that sounds insain
Something stupid just like war
Humanity doesn't do those things
Israel needs kicking out the door


insiam said...

So i don't hear any other group complaining. Or is it that only the jews have been interned.

FFS enough already ................

Visible said...

Some anonymous troll wanted to inform me that according to Andre Breton and some article on Surrealism that this postings rhetoric was irrelevant or wrong or something. Well, according to all kinds of things that might be true and that's all irrelevant to me. I didn't bother to read the article by Breton; couldn't be bothered. I now have a policy not to publish anything from anonymous that contains any sniping for no other purpose than that. Please head over to some neo-con site and ply your wares there. The same goes for former posters with axes to grind because their vanity or ego got tweaked. Well, I'm glad that's sorted.

just george said...

I really enjoy your posts, Les. They put me in mind of accidentally walking into a lunatic asylum with a sane friend. If I had walked in alone and seen Barackenyatu in a straightjacket yowling into a teleprompter at two very resigned orderlies looking strangely like Putin and Ron Paul, I might have doubted myself for a minute, rather than taken in the interesting strangeness and used the story to chat up chicks later. Anyway, as they say, don't let the bastards get you down.

Anonymous said...

Vicious torment
Scattered mInds
Institutional crimes
A fascist coup
Natures rape
The jaded path
Of hells mistakes
The wakened fury
Of lies exposed
The system broken
This age closed
The burning fire
An open heart
The way back home
Old truths path


Anonymous said...

“Every great and true and real thing eventually devolves into some disingenuous spectacle selling tickets to itself. It bummed us out then and it bums us out to this day”

Rock Skully

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 5:23:

Christianity had no monopoly on slave trading. Slaves not shipped overseas to the North or South America were herded north across the Saharah from oasis to oasis ,ultimately for sale to the Muslim Arab world. the last official(i.e. acknowledged) consignment of slaves was driven north
from the Lake Chad area in 1929.

Slavery in Africa was a thriving trade for hundreds of years before before Columbus and remains an instution in parts of Africa and the M.E.


Visible said...

A new Smoking Mirrors-

Go Tell it on the Mountain, Israel did 9/11.

Visible said...

A new Petri Dish-

The 9/11 Plug-Ugly Circle Jerk Blues.



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