I Will Fear No Evil

I Will Fear No Evil


I Will Fear No Evil


Science fiction `Grand Master`, Robert A. Heinlein (1907-88), wrote the novel, I Will Fear No Evil (1970), inspired by the 23rd psalm of Christianity`s Common Book of Prayer, which celebrates Jesus` role as the new redeemer who will `rule the nations with an iron scepter`: `Yes, though I walk in the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me, your rod and your staff they comfort me.` (Ps: 23. 4) In the 20th century the concept of the shadow, particularly the collective shadow, was identified by the developmental psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), as the source of human evil, which surfaced in the pogroms of the National Socialist Party (1933-45) of the elected government of Germany against the Jews, who are the `chosen people` of the Bible. According to Jung the shadow is that level of instinctive human awareness that refuses to see the other person as superior because more developed, but projects their own inferiority upon the other unconsciously, which results in conflict. Jung argued that the pogroms against the Jews were a consequence of the Nazis projecting their collective shadow. In the Bible God tells Eve her `seed` will have `perpetual enmity` with the `serpent`s seed` because the serpent gave her and the first man, Adam, the `fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil`, saying:


`You shall be as gods.` (Gen: 3. 5)


 God expelled Adam and Eve for disobedience, because they rejected the `fruit of the tree of life`, which is immortality, for death. Because God tells Eve she will `crush the head of the serpent with her foot as she leaves` (Gen: 3. 15) and that she has `seed` which will have `perpetual enmity` with the `serpent`s seed` her `foot` is the `futanarian` woman born after Eden with her own penis` semen and host womb. Consequently, she crushes the serpent with her `foot` as she leaves, but men and women`s killing and culling of her species in womb slavery after Eden is their continued preference for death, which is what Christianity means by `Original Sin`; power through war and womb enslavement.



 In ancient Greece, which is held to be the model of democracy by the Western world, institutionalized homosexuality in pederasty and war to spread their power further was the basis of society where women`s wombs were enslaved as the host wombs of the Greeks` parasitism, which is what the serpent of parasites was for. If women sexually reproduced as the `futanarian` species of the Earth with her own penis` semen and host womb, while men couldn`t compete without host wombs of their own, women`s democracy would be assured, which is why Greek democracy is a phallacy and so is Western democracy, because it disenfranchises the human race in preference for serpentism.



 Robert A. Heinlein`s novel, I Will Fear No Evil, is a meditation on socio-economics and sex. The future society depicted in the science fiction is run by corporations, which operate within a governmental framework but function more or less autonomously and without restriction because of their power, `Fighting continued on a token basis, and the dead did not complain.`1 The focus of the narrative set in 2015 is the relationship between Johann and his secretary Eunice. Jaded by power and wealth Johann opts to have his brain transplanted into a new body, and when Eunice is murdered she becomes the donor. Awakening in his new body, Johann`s consciousness discovers it`s sharing a mind with Eunice whose spirit abides. After that Heinlein refers to the character as Joan-Eunice and the entity is assisted to adjust by Joan-Eunice`s lawyer, Jake. Deciding she wants a child, Joan-Eunice has herself artificially inseminated from a sperm bank deposit Johann once made. Much of the story is a description of the sexual adventures of the Joan-Eunice couple in one body which of course includes marriage with Johann`s lawyer, Jake, who dies of a heart attack after a bout of too rigorous sex. Jake`s personality is saved and joins the Joan-Eunice consciousness in their body. At the end of the tale the three consciousnesses migrate to the body of the newborn infant in a vampirisistic conclusion to the yarn about a rich man refusing to relinquish his grip on life at the expense ultimately of his own child:


`(Jake? Eunice?) (Here, Boss! Grab on! There! We've got you.) (Is it a boy or a girl?) (Who cares, Johann - it's a baby! 'One for all and all for one!') An old world vanished and then there was none.`2



 In the Bible Jesus is born a second time, while a dragon `waits in vain` to devour he who will `rule the nations with an iron scepter`, because the dragon is the serpent grown to full size since Eden and so Jesus, who was born uncontaminated by male semen from his mother, the Virgin Mary, corresponds to the child of Joan-Eunice in Heinlein`s novel, I Will Fear No Evil, whose development is thwarted by the three consciousness seeking to parasitically possess it, which is the story of the `serpent`s seed` endeavouring to inveigle themselves into women`s host womb to steal her own penis` semen as `futanarian` women and live through parasitical enslavement of her species:


`A man who takes his fun where he finds it, then marries and expects his wife to be different, is a fool.`3


In Jesus` first sojourn upon the Earth he was nailed upon a wooden cross and tortured to death after the `Last Supper` at which he offered `bread and wine` as symbols of his `body and blood` to his disciples as their teacher, but Judas Iscariot betrayed him to the Roman occupation of Palestine as a `dissident`, because Rome was for enslaving the host womb, that is, the `body and blood` of the human race, in parasitism and war. So it was that Judas became the human species` traitor because man, uncontaminated by male semen of the `serpent`s seed`, wouldn`t be born from woman with her own penis` semen and host womb if Jesus` teaching failed:


`Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.` (Ps: 23. 5)


 Eating with one`s enemies isn`t advocated here, although some would suggest it`s devised to celebrate Jesus` capacity for Redemption through forgiveness by application of his teaching`s principle, `love your neighbor, as his distillation of the entirety of the meaning of the law of God, because he was betrayed at the `Last Supper` as the future hope of `futanarian` woman, uncontaminated by male semen, with her own penis` semen and host womb desirous of loving her neighbor while being thwarted by men`s taboo against incest with the mother, which is another of Heinlein`s themes in Time Enough For Love (1973), as he narrates the adventures of the long-lived Lazarus Long, beginning his quest to travel backwards through space and time to have sex with his mother and break the `tribal taboo` which makes her:


`… `more enticingly forbidden (if such were possible!)`4



 Maureen`s relationship with Lazarus is consummated from her point of view in To Sail Beyond The Sunset (1987), `Even at fifteen I was not naive about my unusual and possibly unhealthy relation with my father.`5 Heinlein`s last novel before his own death ends, `And we all lived happily ever after,` when Maureen accepts polygamous incest with her extended family that spans space and time and the generations by virtue of Heinlein`s `continua car`, Gay Deciever, conceived in his novel, The Number Of The Beast (1980), as a means for accessing `all possible universes, real and imaginary`. Because women are a species chased by an aged parasite that wants her eggs to ensure its continuance:


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


 Heinlein`s villain in The Number of The Beast is the ubiquitous `black beast` that seeks to prevent the two married couples, Jake, Hilda, Zeb and Deety, who`re the occupants of the space-time car, from having fun in the worlds they visit, which include Frank L. Baum`s Oz, Lewis Carrol`s Wonderland and Edgar Rice Burroughs` Barsoom, `... E.R.B.'s universe is no harder to reach than any other and Mars is in its usual orbit.`6 The `beast` corresponds to Jung`s collective shadow which also seeks to project itself into women. Socio-economic development isn`t what men practice, but rather oil and womb slavery, which is why Heinlein`s novel, I Will Fear No Evil, is about gender relations in relation to company economics and Time Enough For Love is about incest.



 The Oedipal complex is a well known psychological problem described by the founder of psychotherapy, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) who perceived that men`s story was Sophocles` drama Oedipus Rex (c. 429 B.C.) in which Oedipus kills his father and marries his mother. Because women can sexually reproduce with each other as `futanarian` womankind, with her own penis` semen and host womb, men`s incest taboo is designed to thwart Jesus` precept `love your neighbor` to prevent daughters from sexually desiring women, because they`re precluded from desiring sex with their mother. Oedipus kills his father and marries his mother as an illustration of women`s tragedy, which is that men fight to possess her and she isn`t their species. Consequently, what passes for socio-economics is womb slavery of the host species for parasitism, which requires that the indigenous race be kept at a low level of technological development to maintain its enslavement. Possessed of her own host womb and with her own penis` semen for the sexual reproduction of her own brains` powers, woman`s Earth would have a human socio-economy whereas men`s is that of the prototypical science fiction alien invader.



 The Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre, which opened in 1970, that is, the year of publication for Heinlein`s I Will Fear No Evil, were demolished on September 11, 2001, by Al Qaeda terrorists from Afghanistan crashing hijacked planes into them, because men`s evil socio-economy is `rough trade`, that is, homosexual `brutality and violence` associated with rich men who pay for men and boys in pederasty`s wars to spread their contagion further. When ISIS emerged after the Gulf war to depose Iraq`s dictator, Saddam Hussein, for supporting Al Qaeda, Islam`s State for Iraq and Syria (2014) was a travesty of the Egyptian goddess Isis` true role of remembering the god, Osiris, after he is torn apart and dismembered by Set, the evil god, and Isis collects the parts and gives him a new penis so Osiris is reborn as `the sky god`, Horus. Born uncontaminated by male semen from his mother, the Virgin Mary, Jesus has a new penis also. Consequently, male remembering is only male braining, which may be described as transvestism, that is, the same creature replicated everywhere wearing each others` clothes, because there isn`t a human woman on the planet who`s the product of her own `futanarian` penis` semen and host womb to prevent men from watching themselves killing the products of the human species` host womb for `TV` entertainment.



 The Gulf wars were men`s oil economy, so Heinlein explores Johann`s wearing a woman`s clothes in what is effectively transvestism, because I Will Fear No Evil is about Jesus` reason for ruling with an `iron scepter`, which is to rule against male braining`s `TV wars` in favour of women, like his mother, the Virgin Mary, who give birth to `futanarian` humans uncontaminated by male semen. Heinlein`s Gay Deciever car runs on water, which represents desire, slavery and freedom to Moslem Arabians in the hot arid desert regions of the Gulf, because desire for water is slavery to the desire for water, but freedom if the thirst for water is quenchable. The legend associated with Chrysler cars` manufacturer is of the inventor who was paid for a water fuelled car that was never produced, because it`d interfere with men`s socio-economy of low technology in which the basic pedal design of the automobile that hasn`t changed since the first Model T Ford came off the Detroit, Michigan, production line in 1908 contributes to humanity`s being kept in womb slavery to the oil men.

 Because Heinlein`s novel, The Number Of The Beast, posits water as the fuel source for his labor-saving car, he`s in tune with Arabian sensibilities, because water is life and freedom from desire fulfilled, whereas oil is the bane of human endeavor. Although Jesus is the Messiah in Christianity, in Judaism `Messiah` is `Meshiah`, that is, Jesus sought to usher in the Meshiahn Age or `machine age` of labor-saving high technology through women`s own `futanarian` penis` semen and host wombs` capacity for sexually reproducing her own brains` powers for liberation. Heinlein`s observation is that slavery to desire for water is freedom, so humans who`re physically capable of only sustaining themselves orally and sexually reproducing have desire fulfilled and so freedom; if they have water. Consequently, slavery is freedom, as socialist George Orwell satirically pointed out in his dystopian science fiction satire, Nineteen Eighty Four (1948), of a British Isles after WWII (1939-45) to defeat Nazism, in which freedom is depicted as ineffable because water is plentiful and so unvalued:


`I could have turned you into a priestess. I could have burned your fate in the sand. But it really doesn't matter at all. No it really doesn't matter at all, life's a gas.`7



 British pop group T Rex`s post-war lyrics to `Life`s A Gas` (1971) reminisce upon the Jews `gassed` in the Nazi pogroms at `concentration camps`; for example, Belsen in Germany and Auschwitz in Poland. The brutality of the Islamic State for Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which took its name from the goddess Isis, who remembered Osiris, and gave him a new penis as the `sky god` Horus, is T. Rex`s `priestess` of Ra `burned` into the desert sand, which men`s possession of atomic weapons suggests is their aim; as turning the `chosen people` into gas after burning them in ovens was the Nazi pogromers aim. Jews are born from Jewish women and can`t be born otherwise, which means Jews are women, that is, Jesus` birth uncontaminated by male semen prefigures their Resurrection as `futanarian` women with their own penis` semen and host wombs.



 Isis is the priestess of Ra, who was Osiris before he incarnated upon the Earth in the Egyptian creator myth, so her fate is burned into the sand of the Middle East, as the `hidden` women of the desert beneath their burkhas in public concealment from eyes that would pierce her `futanarian` self`s secrets within the Moslem marriages of Islam, which are permitted four wives in accordance with the principles of their holy book, the Koran (610-30 C. E.), as it was dictated by the angels, according to tradition, to the Prophet Mohamed more than six hundred years after Jesus. The story of Isa and Miriam, the virgin who gave birth to Isa (Jesus) uncontaminated by male semen, is in the Koran, although Jesus` Ascension to heaven after the Resurrection that prefigures the Resurrection of the `seed` of his mother, is bodily after the belief in Christianity that the Virgin Mary didn`t die but had Ascension, which is dogma in Catholicism since Pope Pius XII`s papal decree of Mary`s `Assumption` (1950), because it`s assumed women belong in heaven, whereas men must be redeemed from the desire for death, as is illustrated by Jesus` crucifixion and Resurrection as the new penis of the `woman`s seed` uncontaminated by male semen.

 Amongst Moslem the serpent of Eden isn`t the fallen angel Lucifer, known as Satan who was turned into the serpent of Eden by God after he and his angels rebelled, but Iblis the djinn who refused to bow before Adam when it was explained that man was to replace the angelic hosts in God`s esteem. What Iblis didn`t understand was that Eve`s `seed` would emerge from her host womb after Eden, which was why Iblis (Satan) should have accepted Adam, and so `Islam` means `accept` because men must accept Eve`s `seed`. The distinction between angel and djinn is relevant to the Moslem adherents of the Koran, where Iblis` rejection of `woman`s seed` appears in `The Cave` Sura, while for Christians djinn are demons and Satan is a fallen angel. According to the Koran, God created men and women, djinn and angels, which means djinn are creatures of the Earth, but Iblis is blamed for Eve and Adam`s transgression in Islam, while in Christianity it`s Satan.



 The role of djinn in Arabian folklore is clearest from the story of `Aladdin` in the 8th century anthology, One Thousand And One Nights, which features an oil lamp from which a genie emerges to grant boons when the lamp is rubbed. The analogy is of the electric light bulb, invented by Thomas Edison in 1879, which requires the individual to switch on the lamp if they desire light, that is, those who desire light are slaves of the lamp, but they`re free, just as those who are slaves to their desire for water live in freedom, because life is water and they desire not to die from rejecting their slavery. If light is needed from a lamp, someone must press the switch even though all benefit from the light, which makes all slaves of the lamp, whereas all are unwilling slaves of the oil men if they won`t allow the level of technology to rise and save humans labor.



 In the Bible God told Adam he must labor and Eve would experience labor pain after Eden, because enslavers want slaves and Eve`s pain would be her enslavement, before the birth of Jesus uncontaminated by male semen signaled woman`s Redemption and the future Resurrection of her own `futanarian` human species` `seed` through the sexual reproduction of her own brains` powers for labor saving by means of her own penis` semen and host womb for her own socio-economic development and progress. Consequently, God`s exhortation to Adam and Eve following upon the warning of `perpetual enmity` from the `serpent`s seed` prefigures the oil men`s enslaving of the human race in low technology. The djinn from the oil lamp in `Aladdin` represents Saladin, as Saddam is Adam, because Saladin was the Moslem who fought the Christians at the Battle of Hattin in 1187 to prepare the way for the recapture of Jerusalem, and Adam was Saddam insofar as he was the anti-Christ, who`d accepted the `serpent`s seed` of men`s ambition to enslave those women who were free. Aladdin loses his djinn when his wife accepts a `new lamps for old` trade, which is a metaphor for how the Arabian peoples of the oil rich Middle East nations gave up their freedom for oil slavery.



 When the Al Qaeda terrorists destroyed the Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001, it was another `rough trade`, where homosexual `brutality and violence` in pederasty and war was the ambition producing ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Islam has djinn, but Christianity has angels, that is, it`s another `rough trade` in equivalence designed to produce what the Moslem fundamentalists call `Jihad` or `holy war` and Christianity calls `crusade`. Saladin`s was the Caliphate of Iraq and Syria as ISIS` Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi`s Caliphate was, because Aladdin didn`t want a new oil lamp, he preferred his `mojo`, which rejected oil slavery as just another `rough trade` from the white slavers who bought Manhattan in 1626 from the Native Americans for beads, before enslaving black women from Africa to breed a 19th century workforce for their cotton plantations in the Southern United States after colonization of North America began in 1492 when Christopher Columbus` ships under the orders of Queen Isabella of Spain to find new land discovered America. The `mojo` of the Middle East could save humanity there from slavery to oil, which is why oil men call the djinn, that is, the Arabian `mojo`, `demons`. The Arabians make a distinction between djinn and the angels, because djinn are the genies, or genius of the race, and so men kill and cull them as they`ve done with `futanarian` human women with their own penis` semen and host womb for sexually reproducing her own brains` powers, which corresponds to `djinn` or genius, to maintain oil slavery in male brained damage.


1 Heinlein, Robert I Will Fear No Evil, G. P. Putnam`s Sons, 1970, Ch. 2.

2 Heinlein I Will Fear No Evil, Ch. 29.

3 Heinlein I Will Fear No Evil, Ch. 10.

4 Heinlein, Robert A. Time Enough For Love, G. P. Putnam`s Sons, 1973, pp. 489-90.

5 Heinlein, Robert A. To Sail Beyond The Sunset, G. P Putnam`s Sons, 1987, pp. 44-5.

6 Heinlein, Robert A. The Number Of The Beast, G. P. Putnam`s Sons, 1980, Ch. 48.

7 Bolan, Marc T. Rex `Life`s A Gas` Electric Warrior, Fly, 1971.