Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Spring Bloom, by David Schwindt


May is Zombie Appreciation Month – 2012

It makes a lot of sense.  The young do not buy into the Christian myth that Constantine created 1700 years ago to lead his troops into battle against the whole world, the non-Christian world.  The Roman Empire’s war against nature, the adoption of a numeric calendar for the army over a lunar calendar for crops is one clue of that.  

It makes sense in the last century or two that Christianity’s decline in Europe and North America parallels the letdown myth, even-ing out myth with zombies to offset the Constantinian delusion about himself as God the Father and his murdered son Crispus rising from the dead.That old man-made Emperor created myth has kinda outlived the spec script, jumped the shark so to speak.

A zombie (Haitian Creole: zonbi; North Mbundu: nzumbe) is an animated corpse brought back to life by mystical means, such as witchcraft. The term is often figuratively applied to describe a hypnotized person bereft of consciousness and self-awareness, yet ambulant and able to respond to surrounding stimuli. Since the late 19th century, zombies have acquired notable popularity, especially in North American and European folklore.

Zombies are the logical offset of a dying religion myth. God surrounds you in May. Only the Roman Empire types can’t see nature in May and have to kill Jesus one more time on an altar and drink his blood one more time…and of course be saved one more time yadda, yadda, yadda.

May is the perfect month in the northern hemisphere to illustrate the end of the fear of death, fear of hell, fear of living caught in a delusional “Christian nation” tortured myth and against the free will challenge to live a life without zombies myths and zombie keepers.  Park your brains at the door I believe is the status of all the good faithful of Benedict XVI’s cult church amidst the present ruins of Christianity.
May is when nature comes alive after winter.

Belief in zombies is a realisitic belief in what happens physically after death. The spiritual thing has always been a different can of beans for tens of thousands of years in the human culture. In a way zombies are a symbolic step to let go of the present culture myths and embrace whatever turns you on.

The ghost stories of Jesus, the zombie thing, is a perfect match and offset to the power and beauty of the Lord Creator of Nature with a capital “N”.

There is a God and he/she/it is Nature!


Enjoy the living flow of nature.


You Have No Choice - George Carlin