In its place would be the meme of a new mental archetype, which had, (in that subgroup of the humanoids, which began to understand the implications of the new technological inventions) transmuted the 'supernaturality virus' into a viral neuronal infection known as CIS-HSI or 'Complex Inferioris Syndrome Homo Sapiensis Insanus' by the extraterrestrial observers.
This meme infection of the cis-hsi would so begin to 'war against' the old meme infection of the supernaturality virus, also known as the CSS-HSI or 'Complex Superioris Syndrome Homo Sapiensis Insanus'.
The old meme infection had resulted in a worldview of considering the external environment as superior and controlling relative to the humanoid realms of understanding; and the new meme infection induced the opposite, the idea of the humanoid worlds beginning to control and dominate the exterior environments.
However this human mentality also induced a 'false humility', namely the idea, that to consciously and in full awareness of the 'self' as human individuation to continue the 'controlling of the terrestrial environment'; ANY notion of a 'greater encompassing' intelligence had to become 'supernaturalised' and so exiled into the realm of the meme infection of the 'others', the other humanoids, suffering the css-hsi insanity infection.
Relegating the human existence to a relative insignificance as compared to the extraterrestrial universe would instil the idea of a 'false humility' before the 'grandeur of the encompassing cosmos' in the new 'highpriests' of the new global religion of organised and politico-economical associated academia establishment.
Then the 'intelligentsia' would begin to dominate and seek to control all information shared with the 'uninitiated' lower classes and including the 'other' meme infected humanoids, suffering, like themselves, from an eonold virus, causing CSI-NMO or Complexus Syndroma Insanus -Nil Memoria Originalis.
The mental disease, the extraterrestrials knew was confined to the quarantined humanoid planet and as the Meme-Virus, which prevented the infected carrier to remember their origins, causing a comatose forgetfulness.
Both humanoid meme- infections parasited the homo sapiens insanus genus however and prevented this typology to metamorphose into 'Wise Man' in the genotype of Homo Sapiens Sapiens and as originally targeted by the gardeners at the time of the planting.
Tony Bermanseder, The Dawn of Space and Time in a Selfconscious Quantum Universe 23 Comments
[6/11/2012 12:18:52 PM]
Fundie Index: 19
Submitted By: zipperback
This is like the grand explanation behind some mind expanding work of science fiction, only lacking the context or fluency to make it especially intelligible or persuasive.
6/11/2012 1:09:58 PM
Can we please stop posting quotes from people who are clearly ill?
Not funny or clever.
6/11/2012 1:52:08 PM
I'm not sure if this is supposed to be Evangelion fan fiction or an entry for the SCP Foundation.
6/11/2012 3:36:21 PM
Raised by Horses
Logorrhoea, meet technobabble.
6/11/2012 4:25:44 PM
If my interpretation of this rambling is correct, then well, it's nice to see a fundie opposing religion, I guess.
6/11/2012 5:37:06 PM
Percy Q. Shunn
6/11/2012 8:29:46 PM
If we stopped posting quotes from the mentally ill we'd lose most of Rapture Ready and the best of Moonbattery.
Hell this isn't even displaying serious mental illness such as a personalized persecution complex that's typical of paranoia.
This is just a very elaborate worldview not based at all on facts which, you might notice, can also describe most religions.
6/12/2012 12:37:02 AM
Has this guy ever had a cogent thought?
6/12/2012 2:01:10 AM
Yeah, I started thinking "SCP" while I was reading it, too. O noes! Keter-class memetic virus!
Might make for a decent piece of fiction, if he weren't taking it seriously. I'd read it.
6/12/2012 6:17:04 AM
You wrote this while high, didn't you?
6/12/2012 7:16:55 AM
TL;DR. Can anyone even make sense of this word salad?
6/12/2012 7:39:25 AM
Mizgaflorn Shluprid Glomhar.
There. I can make up silly words too.
6/12/2012 8:32:13 AM
What does this even say
I'm a bit sick of both of these memes, but it's the only response that seems to fit.
6/12/2012 8:55:28 AM
I made it to the second sentence before going crosseyed. As punishment for my failure, I shall take a shot for each sentence I didn't get to. Then read it again. Maybe it'll make sense then.
"The liver is evil. It must be punished."
6/12/2012 12:09:21 PM
6/12/2012 1:37:12 PM
...is this some wacky Reality Marble description Kinoko Nasu churned out while high?
6/12/2012 10:16:50 PM
I think that he was explaining the origins of religion. But don't hold me to it. It could just as easily been a biscuit recipe in Sanskrit.
6/12/2012 10:27:06 PM
Here's hopin' YOUR mental disease is quarantined.
6/13/2012 1:14:46 PM
No idea what this is about, but I'm imagining that after a period of its intense study perhaps I could penetrate its inner meaning and find it to be one-up on the more typical abracadabra, hocus pocus, sky wizard type scenario.
However, I suspect that in reality it will continue to be beyond the ability of mortal man to fathom its wonders and that it will reveal its secrets only to those of a certain ...er ... mental capacity.
6/13/2012 3:23:38 PM
How come mad people tend to be so bad at writing English for comprehension?
I'm not taking the piss, it's a question based on what we at FSTDT often see of genuinely ill people. I don't for a moment think it's stupidity or a lack of education, but I'm confused as to what else it could be.
6/13/2012 3:43:38 PM
Assuming this was generated with software, it's not bad. If it's a person, that's just sad.
6/13/2012 4:29:40 PM
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