Rede de Observação das Correlações do Coelho da Páscoa

por Rev. Victor

um oferecimento de #thegame23 – Enter the Rabbit Hole

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Estava lendo um livro do Robert Anton Wilson, “A Nova Inquisição”. RAW, como os fãs costumam chamá-lo, é um futurista dos bem doidões, entusiasta de viagens intergaláticas, transferência de mentes, percepção extra-sensorial, comunicação com civilizações extra-terrestres e prolongamento da vida.

Já o conhecia pela “Trilogia Illuminatus”, que ele escreveu junto com Robert Shea à época em que eram editores da Playboy; pelo “Gatilho Cósmico”, uma abordagem mais esotérica e agnóstica à velha discussão conspiracionista; e pelo “A ascensão de Prometeus”, praticamente um guia prático de como testar outros “túneis de realidade” (na expressão do autor).

“Esotérico” e “agnóstico” na mesma frase pode soar um tanto estranho, mas tratando-se desse senhor me parece inevitável. Não há meios de saber se ele realmente acredita no que escreve ou se só quer confundir as mentes alheias, no que se assemelha muito ao próprio Charlie Não Surfe. E é ele quem logo afirma que a melhor saída é duvidar – daí o “agnosticismo metodológico” que marca sua obra.

Não é todo o dia que se vê um cético falando sobre chuvas de peixe (ou mesmo chuvas de ovos, bacon e salsichas), alienígenas que oferecem panquecas, e fuinhas que se auto-denominam “a oitava maravilha do mundo” ou “a quinta dimensão” ou “o espírito santo”.
Porque esses céticos que estão aí, esses de que o mercado está abarrotado, só sabem duvidar das coisas estranhas, das heterodoxias, do que não era para estar lá, do que as teorias não prevêem. Tudo muito sem graça. Como se as teorias não se originassem justamente de fatos novos.

O livro está repleto de afirmações fantásticas, observações inacreditáveis, teorias estapafúrdias, depoimentos muito duvidosos. Mas a discussão a seguir é tão interessante, e engraçada, que resolvi reproduzi-la (quase) na íntegra:

“Reuni essas histórias, originalmente da Rede de Observação do Coelho da Páscoa. Pode ser que isso seja não mais que uma paródia da mais conhecida Rede de Observação das Correlações dos Objetos Voadores Não-Identificados.
[…]
Na verdade, encontraram conexões de coelhos com óvnis. Batizaram, então, esse novo campo de estudo, ou a esta sátira acerca do amor humano por correlações, “lebrovnologia”.
Flying Saucer Review, novembro de 1978, página 17: um óvni visto roubando coelhos de uma gaiola.
UFO Phenomena e B.S., editado por Haines, página 83: um encontro de primeiro grau no qual o observador afirma que o ocupante do óvni parecia-se com um coelho gigante.
Saucer Gear, 10 de outubro de 1981: carta afirmando que a Comissão de Jogo do Estado da Pensilvânia está investigando um desaparecimento “misterioso” de coelhos.
Mais informações na Rede de Observações das Correlações do Coelho da Páscoa, dessa vez citando a Rede de Observação das Correlações dos Objetos Voadores Não-Identificados: no Fórum de 1984, dessa última rede, Budd Hopkins apresentou uma fita cassete a respeito de uma mulher que pensava ter sido abduzida por um óvni. Sob hipnose, ela relatou a história comum dos abduzidos, mas havia um detalhe interessante: antes de ela encontrar os extraterrestres, viu “centenas” de coelhos paralisados.
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Rede de Observação das Correlações do Coelho da Páscoa citando John McPhee, Basin and Range: um imenso óvni visto imediatamente após o aparecimento de um grupo de coelhos dançando na estrada.
Common Ground (revista inglesa), número 7, página 5: o Homem Coelho é um mito, uma alucinação ou uma entidade desconhecida relatada em partes do Sul da Inglaterra. Testemunha recente diz te-lo visto imediatamente após ter visto um óvni. O Homem Coelho disse: “reze por mim”.
Rede de Observação das Correlações do Coelho da Páscoa, citando um livro chamado The Humanoids: em 1954, um fazendeiro em Isola, Itália, relatou que um óvni com forma de cigarro pousou em seu quintal. Três anões apareceram, pegaram todos os coelhos da gaiola do fazendeiro e retornaram para a espaçonave, que partiu em seguida.
[…]
Rede de Observação das Correlações do Coelho da Páscoa, citando The World’s Greatest UFO Mysteries, de Blundell e Boar: caso no qual uma aparição de óvni é seguida por um “curioso zoológico” atravessando a estrada: sete coelhos, um guaxinim, um gambá e diversos gatos.

Um desenho do Pernalonga, de 1952, apresenta o coelho sendo abduzido por extraterrestres; este episódio precedeu a abdução humana no estudo de óvnis.

O filme Monthy Python em Busca do Cálice Sagrado (1975) não somente contém cenas em que o Graal parece com um disco voador, como também apresenta um Coelho Assassino que fugiu de uma fantasia humorística para a realidade consensual, conforme somos informados posteriormente.
Um coelho aparece no momento em que o óvni pousa no filme E.T. de Spielberg, 1983.
O albúm de comédia “Not Insane”, do Teatro Firesign, inclui uma carta de um coelho com o carimbo do correio que diz “Deep Space”.

Na versão adaptada para o cinema de Spielberg do romance Contatos Imediatos de Terceiro Grau, coelhos correm na estrada antes da segunda visão de óvnis do herói.

A revista de ficção científica Analog, em sua edição de maio de 1979, contém uma carta de C. V. Haroutunai argumentando, satiricamente, que o Coelho da Páscoa poderia ser um extraterrestre utilizando uma tecnologia muito mais avançada que a nossa.

Michigan Quarterly Review, 18:200; contém a seguinte transcrição de vôo da Apollo 11:
Controle da Missão: Uma lenda antiga diz que uma linda garota chinesa chamada Chango tem vivido na Lua por mais de 4 mil anos… Vocês podem procurar sua companhia, um grande coelho chinês…
Michael Collins: Ficaremos atentos para a coelhinha.

O melhor momento da Rede de Observação das Correlações do Coelho da Páscoa merece ser reimpresso: “embora possamos estar inclinados a rejeitar essa conversa como brincadeira, deveríamos nos lembrar de que todos os astronautas na lua exibiram um comportamento evidentemente saltitante”.

Consideremos essa correlação: James Earl Carter (Jimmy Carter) foi o único presidente que presenciou um óvni. Posteriormente, também teve um encontro com um coelho assassino.
Whashington, 20 de agosto de 1979, Associated Press: “Um ‘coelho assassino’ infiltrou-se na segurança do Serviço Secreto e atacou o presidente Carter em uma recente viagem a Plains, Geórgia. De acordo com os membros da Casa Branca, o presidente revidou ao ataque auxiliado pelo remo de uma canoa”.
A história continua dizendo que os “repóteres não estavam certos a respeito do que aconteceu com o coelho”, e que algum membro da Casa Branca manteve uma posição cética acerca do incidente, dizendo que coelhos não nadam e não são tão perigosos. Uma foto foi apresentada e o presidente Carter ordenou que ela fosse ampliada para embaraçar os duvidosos. A foto era supostamente convincente. Um cético da Casa Branca é mencionado: “era um coelho assassino, o presidente estava lutando pela sua vida”. Mas a Casa Branca negou-se a tornar pública quaisquer fotografias.

A próxima frase da Associated Press é ainda mais sinistra e deveria atrair a atenção de peritos em conspiração, mesmo que eles tenham se preocupado anteriormente com óvnis e coelhos assassinos:
Há certas histórias a respeito do Presidente que devem permanecer para sempre envolvidas em mistério. – Rax Granum, vice-secretário de imprensa da Casa Branca.

Journal of Psycho-history, Volume 7, número 1, verão de 1979; o artigo “The Assassination in Dallas: A Search for a Meaning”, de James P. Johnson, observa que:
Harvey Oswald e Killer Rabbit têm 12 letras.
Jimmy Carter e John Kennedy têm 11 letras cada um. Ambos os presidentes eram democratas.
Kennedy foi morto em um Ford. Carter derrotou Ford para se tornar presidente.
Plains e Dallas têm o mesmo número de letras, e ambas estão a 32 graus de latitude.
As fotos foram negadas em ambos os incidentes.
Ambos os incidentes aconteceram no terceiro ano das presidências das vítimas.
Nenhum coelho assassino foi levado a tribunal.”

Mas há outras coisas ainda mais interessantes, das quais o autor nada fala (porque não sabia a respeito ou porque simplesmente ainda não tinham acontecido).

– As coincidências com o número de letras não impressionam nem um pouco, mas talvez comecem a fazer um pouco mais de sentido – ou um pouco menos – quando se sabe que Harvey Oswald era conhecido na marinha como “Ozzie Rabbit”.
(Por coincidência, Kerry Thornley, posteriormente mais conhecido como “Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst”, co-criador do Discordianismo junto com Greg Hill, ou “Malaclypse, the younger”, serviu no mesmo regimento de Harvey Oswald, onde se conheceram. Mais tarde, Thornley acusaria a CIA de fazer experiências sobre controle mental e LSD com os recrutas – levantando, inclusive, suspeitas conspiracionistas de que Harvey Oswald estaria, na verdade, sob influência hipnótica quando baleou Kennedy. Mais curioso ainda é que em Illuminatus, o Robert Anton Wilson – sim! esse mesmo dos coelhos e óvnis -, criou um personagem chamado Joe Malik que após ser abduzido por extra-terrestre dá início a uma estranha seita religiosa, o discordianismo! Malik se rebatiza com o nome sagrado de “U. Wascal Wabbit”, que é como o hortelino chama o pernalonga – não se esqueça que o pernalonga sofreu a primeira abdução pop, abdução “propriamente dita”, da história. Robert Anton Wilson também redigiu o prefácio da bíblia discordianista, Principia Discordia OR How I Found Goddess And What I Did To Her When I Found Her – Wherein is Explained Absolutely Everything Worth Knowing About Absolutely Anything, escrita por Malaclypse, The Younger.)

– Harvey era como se chamava o coelho de dois metros de altura, amigo imaginário de Elwood P. Down (interpretado nos cinemas por James Stewart).

– Recentemente o tema “coelho gigante como amigo imaginário” voltou às telinhas com o filme, hoje cult, Donnie Darko. Muitos especialistas em UFO acreditam que os chamados “extra-terrestres” não são de outros planetas, mas sim viajantes do tempo (talvez nós mesmos, no futuro) ou seres de dimensões paralelas.

– Ainda no cinema, um dos primeiros filmes da Turma da Mônica contava justamente a história da abdução da turminha por uma raça de coelhos de outro planeta.
Coelhos robôs espacias aparecem recorrentes vezes nas histórias em quadrinho do Maurício de Souza, principalmente nas mais antigas.

– Em 1803, um estranho objeto discoidal apareceu flutuando no mar, na região de Hitachi, a 150 km de Tóquio. O objeto foi rebocado por pescadores até a praia, atraindo a atenção de todos os moradores locais. Deste objeto saiu uma mulher de aparência estranha, que trazia consigo uma caixa. Em nenhum momento ele largou a caixa e a protegia como se ela fosse de muita importância. O episódio é relatado pela primeira vez no livro As Anedotas do Jardim dos Coelhos, da primeira metade do século XIX.

– Em 2003, na província de Córdoba, um dia após o avistamento de um grupo de OVNI’s, encontrou-se corpos decapitados de dezenas de coelhos. Nenhuma cabeça foi achada. A chacina é oficialmente atribuída a uma gangue de ratos assassinos.

– A deusa Maia da Lua é comumente representada carregando no colo seu animalzinho de estimação, um coelho.

– Fotos tiradas pela NASA da superfície do planeta Marte parecem revelar algo semelhante a uma cabeça de coelho.

– A minha amiga Mary tem um coelho, chamado Dexter, que há certa altura passamos a dizer que era marciano. Talvez seja mesmo.
Mary (Chase) também é o nome da escritora de Harvey, o romance que conta a história de Elwood e seu pooka imaginário, e que mais tarde seria adaptado para o cinema (disso já falamos).
E Mary Toft era como se chamava célebre britânica que em setembro de 1726 começou a dar luz a coelhinhos (na verdade, coelhos mortos, e na maioria das vezes aos pedaços). A farsa não dura muito: pressionada pelos médicos responsáveis por investigar o caso, Mary confessa que apenas tinha inserido coelhos mortos na vagina “enquanto ninguém estava olhando”, motivada por um desejo de fama e pela esperança de uma pensão paga pelo Rei.

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Mais sobre correlações lebrovnologistas

 

JOURNAL OF POSSIBLE PARADIGMS
Issue 3, Summer ’95


E.L.F. Infested Spaces
Part 3-SMiles

UFO. Three little letters but one big mystery. Something as simple as Unidentified Flying Objects ought not be so hard to decipher. Yet the solution to the “UFO problem” has eluded most people for nearly fifty years. This assertion doesn’t take into consideration the apparent fact that the phenomena has escaped our conceptual grasp for humanity’s entire history. Not all strands of the present day UFO dialogue accepts the above as facts. Rather, they prefer to accept only hard evidence of modern accounts of interactions with superior technologies instead of ancient and modern subjective/anecdotal narrative accounts of interactions with the unknown.

Far from having a “solution” we are graced with an increasing number of valuable perspectives, each engendering a probability or some level of truth. The nuts and bolts approach to UFO sighting/encounter reports may give us valuable insight into the mechanisms, factors, and variables that allow for the reality of UFO phenomena. Our current understanding of reality is a valid model for certain levels of phenomena. UFOs, as “objects” that seemingly defy fundamental laws of physics, appear to threaten the very foundations of scientific assumption.

Thankfully, a host of soft-science perspectives are beginning to balance the scales of the UFO “debate.” Folklorists, transpersonal psychologists, anthropologists, quantum physicists, sociologists, etc. are allowing us to look at the broader (and deeper) human significance of these phenomena. Through these fields we have seen the rise of feminist, post modern, deconstructive perspectives which have begun to “level the playing field.” Just in time, it would seem, for the creation of a new collective, inclusive dialogue that could synthesize the myriad possible perspectives into a diverse yet interwoven tapestry of knowing.

The models of global UFO phenomena I lend most credence to have been described variously as the Gaia UFO Hypothesis, the Cultural Thermostat or Cultural Deconstruction Hypotheses, Jungian Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious, Tectonic Strain Theory, Earth Lights Hypothesis, the Pyschotronic Conspiracy and more. While all of these share certain base attributes many of them have been perceived as mutually exclusive. Most are reductionistic and mechanistic and do not allow for the possibilities of non-human intelligences or consciousness playing a part in the hypothesis. Very few have seen the broader perspective that encompasses the possibility of the UFO as a “vehicle” for communication. It is this possibility that I wish to explore.

POST MODERN / DECONSTRUCTIVE UFO PERSPECTIVES

Whatever the origins of UFOs we can examine the literature and narratives of people’s interactions with them. Even if we only examine modern accounts of encounters with the fantastic and sightings of unidentified “aerial” forms we come across evidence of apparitional, paranormal, religious/mystical/shamanic phenomena which parallel the more technological oriented ideas of UFOs. These experiences must also be integrated into a broader interpretation. Post modern and deconstructive thought allows for the cross-cultural examination of similar phenomena in an effort to see a larger whole. Thinking in this way often leads to forms of logic such as Po which can be described as open-ended brainstorming for connections and new meanings. These in turn are intimately linked to the modern scientific approach called Systems Theory. Systems Theory has as its roots the ancient perspectives of Holism and Animism which can be further identified as Organicism. The old adage of “As above, so below” engenders the basic concepts of Organicism which state that Nature consists of nested hierarchies of holons, units, cells. These individual parts make up systems of interaction at the microscopic and macrocosmic levels. Each system is thus a part of a greater whole. Organicism and Systems Theory are a “natural science” which seeks to learn the mechanisms of interaction whether physical, social, biological, or beyond.

Quantum physics, the hypothesis of formative causation, and morphic resonance theory are some of the modern models for the mechanisms of mind and matter interactions. The paradoxes predicted by quantum physics are explainable within certain holographic cosmologies.

The general ideas of quantum physics have begun to filter down towards a general understanding by the populace. Yet the media and mainstream culture don’t always reflect this new awareness. Science fiction has been exploring these realms for some time now and has played a large role in the dissemination of these concepts. But the hypotheses of Formative Causation and Morphic Resonance remain obscure to most. Yet these ideas have striking correlations to aspects of quantum mechanics and experiments which support “action at a distance” phenomena. Simply stated, formative causation supposes that there are hierarchical fields organized at all levels of complexity which govern everything from physical “laws,” and biology, to weather and social behavior. These “fields” are maintained through morphic resonance with past fields. Thus the physical laws of the universe are less laws and more accurately identified as the habits of nature. The reason they are so powerful is because they have been in self resonance for so long, billions of years in some cases.

These ideas were met with much ballyhoo and criticism when first put forth. Biologist Rupert Sheldrake’s book detailing the hypothesis (A New Science of Life) was declared the book most suitable for burning by a major academic science magazine. Yet his theories are as testable as any other and have been tested with results consistently supporting the theory.

In the years since Sheldrake proposed this theory he and other have expounded on it and applied it to the realm of the human mind by comparing the hierarchy of morphic fields to Jung’s collective unconscious as well as physicist David Bohm’s implicate order. The implications of such speculations have not eluded parapsychologists or ufologists in the European community. Jenny Randles, Lyall Watson, Paul Devereux, and probably more, have applied these concepts to the range of strange phenomena called variously fortean, UFOs, paranormal and the psychic. Since the early nineteen-eighties they have explored the possibility that David Bohm’s implicate order could be the “underlying ether” through which Mind-At-Large operates via morphic field resonance.

In terms of Jung’s collective unconscious the Archetypes can be seen as the dominat morphic fields operating through morphic resonance. If the human brain is a tuner for “frequencies” within this SuperSpectrum of mind then extraordinary phenomena like telepathy and death visions become easily explained.

UFOs PO RABBITS
Synchronicity and Systems of Meaning

A couple of years ago when, for a time, I felt truly on my personal UFO Tao (path of ufo inquiry) I chanced to encounter Robert Anton Wilson’s fun and fascinating book The New Inquisition . Within its pages I was educated in the ways of Po logic; a way of thinking “invented” by psychologist Edward de Bono which allows for perceiving beyond the old Aristotelian either/or, true/false paradigm.

“…where linear Aristotelian logic works with familiar associations or generalizations (called “Laws of Thought,” of course, by those who have made Aristotle their Idol), Po thinking moves laterally with unfamiliar associations. Dr. de Bono claims that Po thinking unleashes creativity and measurably improves students’ ability to solve unfamiliar problems.”

This ability to free associate is one of the survival skills often noted as uniquely human. With this ability we are able to see connections where, in other linear forms of logic, we would otherwise have seen none. Po logic is a form of thinking similar to brain storming and has qualities of the intuitive flash of inspiration. Aha!

Here we see the roots of psychic association, meaning, and synchronicity, as well as schizophrenia, paranoia, and conspiracy theory. Wilson coined the term SynchroNet to describe the web of interconnections glimpsed by the mystic and ourselves when we experience oneness and/or synchronicity. For a brief moment we are reconnected to the OverMind, the implicate order, the holographic cosmic organism, the noosphere, totality reality. But only for an instant. Those who dwell there, whether by choice or not, are described as shaman or schizophrenic, depending upon which society they live within.

“Of course, some Po thinking may lead to poetry or great surrealist paintings, instead of science. There is no guarantee as to where Po will land you, which is part of the justification for thinking it relates to that mystery we call ‘creativity.’ ”

He then proceeded to suggest a few Po associations to free up your thinking. Some of these were UFOs Po National Debt, Mother Po History, Death Po Ecology, Pornography Po Bell’s Theorem, Evolution Po Werewolves, and UFOs Po Rabbits.

UFOs Po Rabbits? That’s outrageous! But in accordance with the all-is-one paradigm of holographic non-locality we must relent that “you can insert a Po between any two allegedly separate things or areas of knowledge and there will be a valid perspective gained.” Even with UFOs Po Rabbits?

  • “In an early novel, Illuminatus-written in collaboration with Robert J. Shea-I created a character, Joe Malik, who is abducted by the crew of a UFO and later initiated into an odd religious sect, Discordianism, which gives him the holy name, U. Wascal Wabbit, taken from the Bugs Bunny cartoons (in which Elmer Fudd is forever calling Bugs ‘You wascal wabbit!’)

“Harmless comedy, of a surrealist flavor.

“15 October 1975 Chicago Tribune: a mysterious cattle mutilation 50 miles northwest of Chicago. In addition to the slaughtered cattle, there was also a beheaded rabbit . Police are said to be “investigatng” reports that a UFO was involved.

“A UFO and a sinister rabbit story-as if my book were coming alive-

“London Fortean Times No. 28 (1977)-article by Nigel Watson, “Strange Encounters in Yorkshire,” deals with a family that has repeatedly seen UFOs while rabbit-hunting.

“Martin S. Kottmeyer, the founder of MEBON [Mutual Easter Bunny Observation Network, ed.], explained in a letter to me that the idea behind this remarkable organization came from the writers who have suggested that human expectations create UFO sightings. Now, there are two schools of thought who both share that opinion, but who otherwise contradict each other totally. For convenience, these may be very loosely called the Reductionists and the Surrealists. The Reductionists say that human expectations create UFOs by making people hallucinate, and that’s all. The Surrealists say that human expectations really create UFOs, so to speak; phrases that the former group despises-you know, phrases like ‘psycho-kinesis’ and ‘synchronicity’ and ‘mind-matter interaction’-get tossed around happily by the more exuberant theorists of the group I call Surrealists.

“Mr. Kottmeyer and his friends in MEBON decided to check the hypothesis that human expectations might create Easter Bunny sightings. When they started searching the literature and sending out inquiries, they did not find any unambiguous E. B. sightings, but they did find something a bit fey.

“They found, in fact, conjunctions of rabbits with UFOs.”

Robert Anton Wilson – UFOs Po Rabbits – from The New Inquisition.

Wilson goes on to sight numerous other UFO incidents coincidentaly involving rabbits. From UFO occupants seen stealing rabbits from a hutch in Italy during the 1950s, and a description of a UFOnaut as looking like a giant rabbit, to an abductee presented by Budd Hopkins who recounted seeing hundreds of paralyzed rabbits, and Mrs. Trent’s encountering of a UFO while out feeding her rabbits. We have tales of jackrabbits dancing in the road prior to the sighting of a giant white UFO and of a southern England encounter where a witness saw the regionally known “Bunnyman” immediately following her sightings of a UFO. Bunnyman said, “Please pray for me.”

Within weeks of reading these words the associative synchronicity beast had drawn me into its clutches. I discovered that a co-worker (pseudonym Nancy) had seen a white, egg-shaped UFO while tending to her rabbits back in the mid-eighties! This intelligent young lady was 16 years old at the time of her sighting. She was training to become a research librarian when we met during our mutual employment at the city of Austin’s public library.

In the Dogon system “po” is the smallest unit of measure. It refers to a seed. It is also the word they use for
Sirius B, the invisible companion to Sirius.

She was living with her parents and kid sister in their Chelmsford, Middlesex Massachusets home. It was around dusk on that late summer day when she was putting her rabbits in their pen for the night that she turned to go back to the house and was startled by her younger sister who had jumped from behind an object in order to frighten Nancy. Apparently all fear from this surprise was immediately transfixed upon the object which now held her complete attention. Across the front yard about 100 feet away was hovering an egg-shaped object with a hole in the bottom tip from which were visible several white lights. She estimated the heigth of the object to be etween 15 and 20 feet. It was hovering above a large oak tree at the corner of their front yard.

Now quite frightened her fear spread to her younger sister who had not yet seen the object but sensed her older sister’s anxiety. Nancy quickly thought of all she knew of UFOs: the TV talk show abductees and her older brother’s tale of seeing a “football-field sized” craft. That’s all it took to convince her that THEY were coming to get her and her little sister.

Nancy grabbed her 13 year old sister and rushed her towards the front door and into the house. Once in the house she glanced out the window for a split second and saw that it was moving towards the back of the house. She ran through the house trying to get someone’s attention directed at the briskly moving object. Her final look at it lasted for approximately a minute and a half as she watched it move in a straight path towards Route 495. Then suddenly it popped out of sight “in a purple flash.”

Was this some sort of rite of passage for a pubescent young girl? Could the ages of the two girls, the symbols of the rabbit, egg, and oak tree be telling us something? Or was this simply a coincidence of events imbued with meaning? Just a freak balloon whose appearance triggered a media induced cultural program of fear? Fear of the alien other that is Self?

In an effort to continue this line of Po logic I consulted someone versed in AmerIndian medicine card totem mythology. When I asked her about the totem for rabbit she informed me that this card’s lesson dealt with confronting one’s fears. The lesson is explored within a tale of a witch and a rabbit.

I paraphrase: Rabbit and witch were friends and rabbit would get hurt. Witch would heal him with magic. One day rabbit disappeared and witch went looking for him. When witch finds rabbit she is ignored by him. Rabbit finally admits to fearing witch’s magic powers. Witch is so angry with rabbit that she curses him so that whatever rabbit feared would come to him and he would be forced to confront it. Rabbit feared eagle and so was confronted by eagle. Rabbit feared snake and so was confronted by snake. Rabbit feared boar and so was confronted by boar. And so on.

Does this literally mean that we are “rabbits” cursed by a magical feminine being to forever be confronted by our fears? What other meanings might UFOs Po Rabbits unlock? Let’s look at the Irish legend of the Pookah:

  • “The pookah takes many forms, but is most famous when he appears as a giant, six-foot white rabbit – which is the form most Americans know from the play and film, Harvey. Whatever form the pookah takes, he retains the special ability of his species, which is like that of Thoth in Egyptian legend, Coyote in Native American myth or Hanuman the Divine Monkey in Hindu lore – he can move us from one universe, or Belief System, into another, and he likes to play games with our ideas about ‘reality.””

From Robert Anton Wilson’s Cosmic Trigger Volume 2.

Here is that element of the UFO phenomena that has been recognized as the Trickster by several astute researchers. It is this trickster aspect which perhaps is trying to teach us something about ourselves and reality through the allegory of these encounters with the fantastic. By both concealing and revealing itself through its many masks it is perhaps teaching us through riddles. Brad Steiger put it this way:

  • “Monsters as Teaching Mechanisms: The various “children of the night”. . . may be peculiar elements in a teaching game, which a Higher Intelligence is utilizing to gradually alter our concepts of reality.

It was in my Mysteries of Time and Space that I first offered my Reality Game theory to explain such matters as UFOs, incredible archaeological artifacts, and the appearance of monsters. I noted that:

The Chinese soul
is called p’o.

It may be that mankind has been invited to participate in a bizarre kind of contest with some undeclared cosmic opponents. Man may have been challenged to play the Reality Game; and if he can once apprehend the true significance of the preposterous clues, if he can but master the proper moves, he may obtain a clearer picture of his role in the cosmic sheme of things. The rules of the Reality Game may be confusing, extremely flexible and difficult to define, but play man must-for it is the only game in the Universe.

In the teasing fashion of a Zen riddle or a Sufi joke, I theorize a Higher Intelligence may use such highly improbable teaching aides as monster sightings to provoke us into a higher consciousness-and a much broader view of reality.”

 

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