Dove descending interior old Augustus Lutheran Church Sanctuary, founded by Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, c. 1743 Providence (Trappe) PA, 18 Sept 2012.

16 November 2007

Theory of Paragory. Fabulist

Andrew plays Vegas
Paragory joins a known to an un,
what we're doing in biology,
splicing one gene after another,
not just for effect,
but to create some good,
union of the disparate,
opposites, unlikes,
not random matched,
part of a solution,
emergence out of work,
not the goal , the result.
The good of paragory
is insight to either part.

A fabulist makes fables.
Say that it means anthropomorphizing nature and conversely that parables naturalize man.
The youth who patterns his identity on a hero is fabulist, who identifies with ants like Arthur does in T.H. White's The Book of Merlyn or like Kerouac in Dharma Bums catches up the rapture of the butterfly, being, beauty, transparency, attributing some kinship, deeper purpose to nature, the hummingbird as I do in Herbal Cures of Orc Tongue, all fabulists.

What isn't fabulism if language needs to be reformed, nouns are politicized? I could stand to hear more on this. I just saw No Country for Old Men. McCarthy is a fabulist. Even if it is naturalized in the landscape and violence it amounts to a style, a myth of American being, the west. Think of all the fabulous identities of McKenna, gurus, mystics. I was dilating on our trip of the illusion, buddhistly and otherwise to boys of the veil of the senses, that I must die to see what is not there because what is there is not there, but when I die how can I see at all, urged for their consideration. But since I am dead why bother to speak, save only to raise a test of their emerging consciousness, the motive of the fable, parable.

Perhaps this is not fabulist, just saying your name.

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