Mankind’s addiction to portable networking devices early in the last year of non-global consciousness resulted in mass psychosis common among crack cocaine users.
The addiction stemmed from a belief that all that is written, saved and re-broadcast upon the global fact sheet of electronic media would remain sacred, similar to how primitive man in Peter’s sacred church once believed that the pages of the New Testament would be better reading than what was to come later through Dante and others.
Everyone believed they could sing like Whitney Houston.
Facebook Users failed to realize that all souls in the cosmos were made alive, following the big full moon of May 5, 2012. Reincarnation was no longer necessary, following that moon, and thus there was no longer a need to preserve The Word for those who would follow.
Today begins the day when most try to erase any connection ever made via AOL.
Every word that is written and “posted” became golden in the age to come. No longer did it matter what existed in the far reaches of space where Twitter transmissions end up, billions of light years from now. All that matters is the here and now and an ability to connect with a device much better than that of our neighbors who most often covet if not holding the newest apple from the serpent’s tree.
The first indications of global road rage have surfaced. People turn angry when connections with infinity are lost. Most cannot drive cars with GPS without a constant urge to check in-boxes.
Man entered a new age of consciousness long before December 21st—a time when it will be understood that most of what gets written doesn’t get read by those stuck for eternity in a big library inside a black hole called “Purgatory—The Story of Evil Man in his own Words.”