Caligula stabbed the sea that he thought full of Goya's giants and horrors. Homer took a full page ad in this with Laocoön, along with the statues, paintings of El Greco. Daniel said the beast up from the sea was global, without borders, that goats would cast stars to the ground and trample them. Star gods conforming to myth, as in the Fall of Jerusalem are not yet out.
This is the 4th letter of del Sur on the Neptune war, philosophy and circus (others at the sainted elimae: Imagination of Los, Jerusalem Blake and Last Days of Borges, Borges' Escape)
Notes: Three prongs pitching hay for the ride, Overflights from the Desk of Pedro Escadero, and Herbal Cures of Orc Tongue, the broken link in the first paragraph of War references Milked as cataloged at Pray It Not Strange. Glossary: Alters here; Artificial Intelligence, here; Conscious Unconscious,
Nominated for Pushcart Prize 2014. On acceptance Editor Paul Corman-Roberts said, "love to run "The War on Neptune" for our Fall Full of Crow!" After Thanksgiving he wrote, "Full of Crow Fiction has nominated you for this year's Pushcart short story in fiction prize for the story The War on Neptune. Congratulations and thank you for sharing such excellent writing with us!"