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Fungal Jesus is the alter ego of a mild mannered mycologist who
discovers that morality is the result of a historical fungal infection
living in the human micro biome. The fungal infection has mycelial
roots that invade the human nervous system and super thin and
elastic roots and fruiting bodies
that form a network in the air,
connecting and influencing other humans.
Bad people are people
who can't control the mycelial network or are unconscious of its
ings and are thus zombies in its energetic economy and good
are generally people who either do not share heavily in the
or have learned to control it. Fungal Jesus opens the process by
bringing the nature of good and bad into the light of conscious
conversation and teaching people to control their mycelia.
feel bad, direct your consciousness to go to the bad feeling and
it gently but confront it fully. If you feel a headache, go there,
keep running away from it. The running away is what is feeling so
bad. All pain is actually unconfronted energy coming through the
mycelial network from other people.
Watch out, it's a light fungus,
||Well, at least it's not in other:general. Does FJ believe in paragraph breaks ?
||Is this philosophy again?
||L. Ron Hubbard would be proud.
||Ooo! Ooo! Here is how the Twilight Zone short
story would go:
||1: The above; discovery of same.
||2: Warmongers manipulate this by purposefully
destroying the fungi of soldiers. Businesspeople
destroy their own fungi to become more ruthless.
Humans increase their competitiveness by
eradicating their own infections and impractical
feelings of empathy.
||3: Fungus compels remaining infected empathetic
humans to slaughter uninfected humans en
masse. They weep as they do so. Fungus is not
itself empathetic; induced empathy is a survival
||This reminds me of both bjnolikjkijhgbcxzcklhgfddb,m sorry
I had to wipe margarine off the keyboard 'Hothouse ' by
Brian Aldiss and J M Allegro's 'The Sacred Mushroom And The
||Is it the world that has gone mad, or is it I?
||Are you excluding the possibility that it's both?