The Farthering Of Boy Sons

11/05/2013 13:28


The Farthering Of Boy Sons


English is a world language made famous by the King James Bible (1604-11) which, translated from Greek, Hebrew and Latin, promulgated the `Word of God` and the teachings of Jesus in Christianity to large swathes of the globe`s populations during the period of the British Empire (1583-1997), which had begun with the discovery of the large island of Newfoundland off the coast of Canada by Queen Elizabeth I`s seafaring explorer Humphrey Gilbert and would end after Queen Elizabeth II`s United Kingdom`s 1984 treaty with China to hand over the British colony of Hong Kong fifty years later.



 By the 21st century most people had to know English to be able to use the basic tool of the new era, the computer. Companies like the United States` Microsoft with its Word for Windows operating system (OS) were used internationally and the English language was universally applied in communications between businesses and most other private and public organizations. However, as William S. Burroughs (1914-97), the homosexual US science fiction writer observed in his novel The Soft Machine and elsewhere:


`The word has not been recognized as a virus because it has achieved a state of stable symbiosis with the host...`1



 Burroughs was able to see that language was a virus because he spoke English, which meant that English words were perceived by him as viral. Consequently, the Bible in English would contain the explanation for language`s virality because it was perceivably viral to an English speaker. It is not coincidental that Burroughs` work on virus coincided with his own homosexuality, because pederasty and war`s contagion, that is, HIV/AIDS and other STDs, began to emerge as long ago as ancient Greece, where the `host` wombs of women were enslaved to farther their pederasty with their boy sons. The viral nature of the English language is implicit in the words `farther` and `poison`. Greek pederasty farthered poisons and fathered boy sons to enslave and devour in war whatever emerged from the wombs of women in the way of art, civilization and culture.



 In the Bible God tells Eve she`ll have `perpetual enmity` with the `serpent`s seed` but `woman`s seed` will eventually have a `new heaven and Earth` while Eve shall `crush the head of the serpent` as she leaves. The exchange of words between Eve and God in Genesis suggests that God, the fatherer, is not only in command of the English language but aware of the role of `boy sons` in pederasty, because the `serpent`s seed` would farther the poisons of war and its `biological warfare` of HIV/AIDS and other related sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in its `perpetual enmity` for Eve`s daughters and `woman`s seed`.



 William S. Burroughs` vision of a symbiosis between the virus as word and the human software to farther its poisons, that is, father its boy sons, as the human species` devouring parasite of war and pederasty`s contagions, is borne out in Revelation, where God`s `blood plague`, which corresponds to HIV/AIDS and other STDs, is sent to convert men from evil during the apocalypse:


`Men cursed the God of heaven for their pains and their sores but refused to repent of what they had done.` (Rev: 16. 11)



 Because `woman`s seed` in the shape of Eve and her daughters are depicted as escaping from the Earth it begs the question: what is `woman`s seed` if men are the unredeemed `serpent`s seed` that refuses to allow her to leave without `war in heaven`, which is what the Bible foretells? Burroughs` own homosexuality gives him an insight into the viral nature of men. Although his science fiction doesn`t contain the `futanarian` woman who has her own penis and so is socio-economically independent as a variant of the human species that is better equipped for survival and development from her own womb, it does contain `transgender` characters:


`When I was a transvestite Liz in Chi used to work as an exterminator.`2



 Woman with a penis as `futanarian` has all of the equipment and none of the drawbacks associated with men who don`t reproduce. Engaging in anal sex with one another, men`s mixing of blood, shit and semen in the witchery of pederasty is productive only of HIV/AIDS, which is the 21st century`s `killer disease` as a metaphor and paradigm for what men`s virality is planning to do. As the first of `woman`s seed` born from the Virgin Mary uncontaminated by male semen Jesus Christ prefigures the `futanarian` woman with her own penis as humanity`s future socio-history:


`The Future History, by Robert A. Heinlein, describes a projected future of the human race from the middle of the 20th century through the early 23rd century.`3



 Science fiction writer Heinlein (1907-88) envisioned a future in which men lived, but Jesus Christ doesn`t. Unless men can be made to convert and accept Redemption Jesus` teachings assure us that God plans a future socio-history with women only. In Christianity the distinction is made between the `host` of transubstantiation, which is the wafer and wine of the Catholic Communion service, and the parasitical virus that seeks to use women`s wombs as a `host` for its contagion of pederasty and war.



 At the `Last Supper`, before his crucifixion, death, Resurrection and Ascension to heaven and God, Jesus offered bread and wine to his disciples as tokens of fellowship, but they also represent non-contaminated `woman`s seed` and the injunction to remain uncontaminated. The modern term for `transgender` individuals is `tranny`, which embraces the concept of transvestite and transsexual, that is, those men who wear women`s clothes and who have chosen to appear as women by surgical means respectively, whereas transubstantiation suggests that spiritual transformation is the actual goal for `woman`s seed` because the acceptance of `futanarian` woman with a penis as the future socio-history of the human species is Jesus` teaching:


`Leave her alone.` (Mark: 14. 6)



 The day before Jesus was due to be crucified for sedition because Judas Isacariot, one of the twelve disciples, had sold him to the Jewish police, the Pharisees, who promptly handed Jesus over to the Roman guards for trial by the judge, Pontius Pilate, Christ`s feet were washed and perfumed by an anonymous  woman. Jesus had to rebuke the disciples gently for suggesting the woman shouldn`t spend so much money on anointing Christ with spikenard because the oil was too expensive to be wasted on him. The problem is obviously that of men who prefer each other to women, but although Jesus is usually thought of as celibate there`s no suggestion he was homosexual. Judas` kiss does imply that the disciples were in danger of contracting the virus and Jesus` soft appeal to them on the woman`s behalf indicates the serious level of concern. In the Old Testament God had destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah (Gen: 16, 19) for homosexuality because of its enslaving of women`s `host` wombs for the spreading of its contagions of pederasty and war:


`Mystery, Babylon the great, mother of harlots and of the abominations of the Earth.` (Rev: 17. 5)



 The mystery is how woman has been deluded into accepting herself as the bearer of the boy sons that spread pederasty`s contagion of war through the enslaving of her as its `host` womb. In Revelation Jesus is depicted as being born a second time to `the woman clothed with the sun and with the moon at her feet` while the `red dragon` waits in vain to devour him who `will rule the nations with an iron scepter` while the woman is `hidden` until `war in heaven` is ended and the `serpent`s seed` are punished with perdition but `woman`s seed` receive from God a `new heaven and Earth`.



 The `dragon` is `red` because of the `blood plague`, which is the `biological warfare` that pederasty and its contagion of war is waging against the enslaved human species, but Revelation says that the `New Redeemer` can`t be devoured because he rules with a scepter to protect the `hidden woman` who gave birth to him. Jesus` first birth was from the Virgin Mary uncontaminated by male semen, and the `hidden woman` again prefigures the `futanarian` woman with her own penis` seed as a further warning to men that God will deny men heaven forever if they do not convert from their enslaving and devouring of `woman`s seed` in their endless warring:


`Now that he knew himself to be self he was free to grok ever closer to his brothers, merge without let. Self's integrity was and is and ever had been. Mike stopped to cherish all his brother selves, the many threes-fulfilled on Mars, both corporate and discorporate, the precious few on Earth - the as-yet-unknown powers of three on Earth that would be his to merge with and cherish now that at last long waiting he grokked and cherished himself.`4



 Robert A. Heinlein`s character Michael Valentine Smith, raised by Martians on Mars before becoming a Messianic figure on Earth largely due to his orgiastic brand of Christian love developed further in Time Enough For Love (1973), uses the fictionally created word `grok` in the same way that Jesus relates to the disciples` need for male love and understanding for their predicament, `Work is not an end in itself; there must always be time enough for love.`5 As parasites symbiotically attached to the penis of the woman and emerging from her `host` womb as her devourers, men are to be pitied if they`re capable of love and so Redemption through good works and the teachings of Jesus` Holy Spirit.



 Mike`s preoccupation with threeness is revealing if we are aware that `futanarian` woman with her own penis can fertilize a woman without a penis but requires a third woman with a penis to impregnate her and none of the three will ever require a man because they constitute an independent aspect of the human species that men can`t be with voluntarily if the women don`t want them to be. The actual relationship between men and women is based on sufferance:


`Suffer the little children to come unto me and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of God.` (Mark: 10. 14)



 As the first of `woman`s seed` uncontaminated by male semen, Jesus isn`t contamination because he knows the truth and can teach it. Heinlein`s `grok` is the term he applies to the virus because it`s contaminating. If we don`t understand the meaning of the words we can`t receive the message, and the language is contaminated by a false perspective, which is that men are human as they are, whereas feminist writers such as Joanna Russ in The Female Man (1975) at least ask pertinent questions even if they don`t provide an answer:


`What future is there for a female child who aspires to being Humpfrey Bogart?`6



 Feminism is egalitarian but arguing that lesbianism, that is, the normal expression of the species of woman for itself and its own reproductive cycle, if `futanarian` woman with her own penis is taken into consideration, is what makes women equal because it`s homosexual, is to support pederasty and its contagions of war and disease. Feminists might be asking the right questions but they`ve arrived at dangerously wrong answers because they haven`t applied Robert A. Heinlein`s `grok` principle of understanding. The message is the importance within the words rather than accepting the superficiality of a freedom for all ideology which parasitical devourers of the human species aren`t entitled to:


`Being intelligent is not a felony, but most societies evaluate it as at least a misdemeanor.`7



 Amazingly, English is the language of conversion, because it allows us to perceive the connection between the fartherer of poisons, and the fatherer of boy sons, and how the `father of lies` functions as a word virus. Although English may not be the language of future socio-history`, whether written as science fiction, a notoriously puritanical genre, or by those writers who are prepared to construct a Future Socio-History in any language, based solely on extrapolated perceptions of `woman`s seed`, Future Socio-History will contain nascent humanity`s developing future in accordance with the teachings of Jesus Christ.




 2 Burroughs, William S. The Naked Lunch, Grove Press, 1959.




4 Heinlein, Robert A. Stranger In A Strange Land (1961), Putnam, 1991.


5 Heinelin Time Enough For Love, Putnam, 1973.


6 Russ, Joanna The Female Man, Bantam, 1975.


7 Lazarus Long from Time Enough For Love.