26 October 2006

David Icke Day - JFK Special

Every so often I have a David Icke Day, a day when everything disconnected seems connected, when curtain twitches seem to be resonant of morphic changes or moonshadows or Holy Guardian Angel attacks, when glances and whispers are everywhere and even the radio is leaking enough alien radiation for me to start unwrapping the bacofoil...



The girl in the shop next door hairtosses and, just for a second, I'm whirled into an oddly skewed De Clerambault's Syndrome, which then flips into suspicion and paranoia because the old guy buying a copy of The Times is fiddling with his hearing aid in the same way as they do in Spooks and I'm lost for a mad moment in a reverie which takes me, variously, through a number of options:

1) I am in fact a quadruple agent, working for the Government Rural Disorder Unit or

2) I'm not but I think I am and I'm therefore going mad or

3) I'm an escaped Project Monarch victim, half-way through the process of deconditioning or

4) I'm an escaped Project Monarch victim, half-way through the process of reconditioning

And so on. All of this lasting just a few seconds of real-time between picking up some Digestives and heading towards the Cheese Strings (Okay, it was pine nuts and curdled wheyguts with goat liver sausage bars).

I guess that the fact that I'm reading this:



started it all off, with the sub Invisibles Sphinx riddles and silly sausage mindstreams and general, out-of-control-and-we-love-it specialness; the KennedySphinx is a great image, always thought JFK's face looked kinda ironed, in a similar way that I had to iron my Boys Brigade jerkins/regalia (every boy can be a Nazi mayor) and they always looked like origami... JFK's face looked flattened, spade-hit or stretched around a very small anvil...



and then I put Shade down and I walked to the library and ended up buying a David Icke book for 10p and read the chapters on the murder of Princess Di straight through, using that technique from RAWs Prometheus Rising where you try and get into the midset of another and read it like it's really true... turns out Icke thinks that Di was murdered for much the same reason as Grant Morrison

and then I took my daughter on a bike ride into town and the whole place seemed sated with magick and conspiracy (even more than usual - Bridgwater is a town steeped in ancient Babylonian Singlebrow Cults) even before three people were walking down the street wearing, you guessed it, JFK Halloween masks...

Our little legs haven't pedalled faster and all the way home we sang this:

The Monks - We Do Wie Du


A Yousendit Succourathonic MindMeld (TM)

in a kind of primitive cleansing ritual which, frankly, wasn't all that successful because when we got home, the old guy with the hearing aid was still outside the shop / our house (like, three hours later) and still fiddling with that hearing aid...

And I can't find those Digestives.

Now, as I'm writing this, hallucinating on Joe Pesci's eyebrows, I'm looking at the clock waiting for this month's David Icke Day to pass...

Not long now, not long...

Ah fuck it, you're all lizards anyhow. Do your worst.

11 comments:

Chris Hopper said...

A friend of mine was nice enough to let me borrow his entire Shade collection a couple of months ago. I devoured the series in a haze that even the most psychotic chemist would fear. This week I encountered the first volume of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. The delight is overwhelming as is the conspiring forces against us all. If you haven't already, check out some Warren Ellis work. Global Frequency is outstanding.

Loki said...

never checked out Warren Ellis's stuff but keep meaning to... seemed a bit action heavy for me... i like my graphic novels weird n wordy... Shade was great fun though... must get around to reading some more though I'm nt sure if there are any more TPB available...

doppelganger said...

Global Frequency is like a well-oiled action machine.
Was supposed to be a TV series and woudda been bloody marvellous.
The rest of his stuff feels like him not so much deconstructing as eviscerating the superhero genre.
As for League of Gentleman, the correct response is: 'Oh I know all about that, my good friend Doppelganger kindly lent me his copies'....

kempernorton said...

Ah ...the glorious Monks. Definitely tinged with evil.

I'm reading the Invisibles at the moment and was going to check with Loki that he owned it...it's clearly wonderful , as a comic book take on the Illuminatus featuring John the Baptist's head was always going to be.....I've got the lot on pdf and am wading through it with joy.

Chris Hopper said...

Unfortunately, there are no more Shade trades. The good news is that people regularly sell entire comic sets of the series pretty cheap on e-bay. Doppelganger, you are right, Global Frequency could have been a great show. I saw the pilot, though, and the director thought he would turn it into a bad Matrix rip off. Glad it never got picked up under those conditions, but would love to see it made well.

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