Well, not that I thought I’d figured it all out, but I did think I kind of had a somewhat foggy view of the terrain I had singled out as “important.” But of course I did not. I offer SURPRISE on two levels, one down home, here in Green Acres Permaculture Village, the other out there, in the internet ethers. Both surprises emerge from below, and have a Plutonian feel to them. As do all the juiciest surprises. And both remind me that whatever I think I know, I know NOTHING! It’s always springing through anew, this natural, magical universe of ours, if only we would pause long enough to push into the infinite space that opens between whatever outlines we have created to pretend to map it.
Down Home: SURPRISE LILIES
I had no idea. Have they always been there? I don’t recall them blooming in other summers. Did they? Do they propagate on their own? From what I read, I don’t think so. But how then, did they get there? I know damn well I didn’t plant them as bulbs. Perhaps the last person who lived here did, and they have lain dormant all this time, 15 years, waiting for the next late summer that offered just the exact mixture of rain, sun, shade, and warmth? Whatever is the “reason,” this year I see them all over town, usually in great, exuberant masses, and I do not remember seeing them ever before. Here they are in our Overhill front yard.
Up in the Ethers: QAnon entries point to specific BOOKS!
This may be the most fascinating phenomenon I’ve ever read about Qanon. And offers the “Great Awakening” anons now beginning to dominate Trump rallies a whole new library of rabbit holes to research.
Even the Washington Post has been forced to notice the Q phenomenon, and of course, labeled it “A Deranged Conspiracy Cult.”
Here’s the reference. Thanks to Laura Bruno, who offers perspective of her own that dovetails with what she is learning about Q.
What a rich treasure trove for investigation! And to think that this book layer appears to have existed, underneath the obvious (well, no; rather, underneath the enigmatic) ever since October 28, 2017, when Q began to thrust his (her? their?) way into We the People’s imagination, asking us to keep our eye on the ball, over and over again, and now gifting us with a surprising variety of meaty tomes to sink our teeth into.
Here’s Jordan Sather’s decode of this decode.
The point of this post is, don’t ever think you’ve figured it out, because there’s always more, much more, and it’s liable to — SURPRISE! — destroy whatever frame you’ve tried like hell to nail around all the wriggling “data.”