Is Everything ‘Coming & Going’ – Franken-Stein

Is Everything ‘Coming & Going’ – Franken-Stein

Seriously, why is everything ‘coming and going’? Not just today, but all through history and inside almost every story – we see issues and dilemmas left unresolved. As if it is built into our Nature. Well, is it?

Is Everything ‘Coming & Going’ – Franken-Stein
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Seriously, why is everything ‘coming and going’? Not just today, but all through history and inside almost every story – we see issues and dilemmas left unresolved. As if it is built into our Nature. Well, is it?

Janus is Old/New or Coming/Going

A Janus-word is a word with two meanings that seem to contradict each other: Cleave, means both “to stick together” and “to break apart;” the verb dust means both “to put dust on” and “to take dust off.”

Appropriate (v.) is “to take” from and also legislatively “to give (money)” for, but the giving is only in the process of taking it from the budget. It’s always a taking.

Income tax would tax breathing and heartbeats – it is really an outcome tax.

Appropriate (v.) is “to take” from and also legislatively “to give (money)” for, but the giving is only in the process of taking it from the budget. It’s always a taking.

Latin “in– elements”, one meaning “not” and the other “in,” account for seeming contradictions in impregnable and inflammable.

Over gives overlook and oversight, both of which have opposites.

Janus also figures in the English word janitor, from Latin ianua “door, entrance, gate.” Janitors originally were door-keepers; the meaning “caretaker of a building, man employed to see that rooms are kept clean and in order” is from the early 18th century. It also figures in January, from Latin Ianuarius (mensis) “(the month) of Janus,” to whom the month was sacred as the beginning of the year according to later Roman reckoning.

Stories Take Our Focus and Beliefs

The stories we are immersed in, all have a common theme, generally, of having us being pushed or pulled, aka, coming and going. In a continuous ‘Spin’, leaving issues and conclusions unresolved and confusing. Why do all of our stories and stories of history have this element? How many cycles of hundreds of years does it take to “see the Spin”?

We will showcase this “spin” in the novel and it’s writer, “Frankenstein” and author 21 year old young lady of 1817, Mary Shelley. Her life story seemingly boundless and bound at once. Great accomplishment next to great despair and tragedy. The same roles “The Fools” always play – when we take notice.

Shakespeare – Shake the Spear

Was Sir Francis Bacon correct in his (secret) writing of Shakespeare’s works? – “Is all the world a stage?” – “Are we merely players – in what we overlook as organic, progressive life – in actuality, are we ‘blinded/mis-directed’ into a simulated reality of cyclical intensities, destruction and restarts?


Is our ‘ACTUALITY’ hidden behind the ‘stage show that we believe we are immersed and entangled within?’

This principle can be seen in the sound of the letter “S” and in the shape of the letter “S”. The letter “S” is always coming and going in form. It is set to spin left but our alphabet and words form to the right. Confusing and offers the sense of ‘coming and going’. How many times a day, using the English language, do you utter the sss sound with words tha have “S” in them? The “S” is present in a continuous manner throughout our hearing, speaking, writing, thinking and ultimately, in our actions – unless we NOTICE! – (not ice) (-:

Frank In Stein – Frankenstein

Frankenstein the novel and it’s writer’s biography are enticing enough to keep us in a state of emotion and ‘spellbound’. We even tell each other proudly, that is what good novels do! The word Frankenstein is also a ‘tell’.) A ‘tell’ is when a thief/con-artist inadvertenly reveals a technique).

Frankenstein can break down to Frank In Stein which is to “be free” inside a “drinking beer or stoned on alcohol MUG”. One cannot be authentically FREE from confusion, understanding of one’s nature and purpose, or free from anxiety and antagonism in a clouded and delusion-ed state of insobriety.

Again, in the word itself and ‘subtle’ review of ‘Frankenstein’, we see the “S”, the spin and the purposeful delivery of staged ‘twists and turns’.

Ink on a Page to make you Pink in an Age. An age where triples are preferred over 1 and 2 only. Where the emanations/world as it appears sensually – are made “gods” over the original and authentic Meaning. Replaced or overlaid with the illusions of psyculls or cycles of intensity/Life – destruction/D’eath – Restarts/NWO/Replenishment.

Psyculls – Cycles – Loops

These psyculls allow for us Innocents to be tricked into self fulfilling prophecies suggested to us through a few blatant means and a countless number of subtle ‘attacks’ or conditioning to our “BELIEFS”. These beliefs are inextricably tied to our ‘survival mechanism’ – making us prone to respond only to that instinctual part if and when our mentality is:

stolen/controlled/coerced/locked into a ‘simplified’ or common man state of thinking and action‘.


Subtleties are mostly overlooked. When we notice, it helps make huge strides in understanding and allows intuition, spontaneity and synchronicities to flow like water – with practice, faith and patience, this will work for you! You can reclaim your sovereignty and self determination to the point – you can lose all judgement and fear no man ‘directing’ you ever again.

The Frank In Stein Story (STAGECRAFTED FOR YOU!)
Victor Frankenstein’s (authored by Mary Shelley) life story is at the central theme of Frankenstein. A young Swiss boy, he grows up in Geneva reading the works of the ancient and outdated alchemists, a background that serves him ill when he attends university at Ingolstadt. There he learns about modern science and, within a few years, masters all that his professors have to teach him. He becomes fascinated with the “secret of life,” discovers it, and brings a hideous monster to life.

Illuminated ?

(21 years earlier: It was on 1 May 1776 that Adam Weishaupt, a professor of law at the University of Ingolstadt, founded the Order of the Illuminati, a secret organization formed to oppose religious influence on society and the abuse of power by the state by fostering a safe space for critique, debate and free speech. Inspired by the Freemasons and French Enlightenment philosophers, Weishaupt believed that society should no longer be dictated by religious virtues; instead he wanted to create a state of liberty and moral equality where knowledge was not restricted by religious prejudices.

The organization could not keep it’s secret. Within 10 years from it’s creation, they were infiltrated by Bavarian authorities who learned of it’s radical anti-state writings. The Illuminati was shut down and Weishaupt was banished from Ingolstadt to live in the German city of Gotha) –Gotcha!

“The Illuminati conspiracy theory is what we call a ‘super-conspiracy’, or basically a conspiracy that controls smaller conspiracies,” said Dr Michael Wood of the University of Winchester, an expert in the psychology of conspiracy theories. “People do talk about the Illuminati, but a lot of the time it’s in a joking or self-aware kind of way, almost making fun of the idea of a global conspiracy.”

All began in a small Bavarian city more known as the setting of Mary Shelley’s novel ‘Frankenstein’ than anything. Ingolstadt was first mentioned in a document of Charlemagne on 6 February 806 as “Ingoldes stat”, the place of Ingold.

Mary’s Frank In Stein Story-craft

Back to Frankenstein: The monster proceeds to kill Victor’s youngest brother, best friend, and wife; he also indirectly causes the deaths of two other innocents, including Victor’s father. Though torn by remorse, shame, and guilt, Victor refuses to admit to anyone the horror of what he has created, even as he sees the ramifications of his creative act spiraling out of control.

Victor changes over the course of the novel from an innocent youth fascinated by the prospects of science into a disillusioned, guilt-ridden man determined to destroy the fruits of his arrogant scientific endeavor.

Mary Shelley was born on August 30th, 1797 (21 years after the Illuminati was formed, nearby), to Mary Wollstonecraft and William Godwin. Her mother, a well published philosopher and feminist/activist, died untimely only 1 month after the birth from a botched and butchered child birth leading to infection and death.

In 1814, young lady, Mary Shelley, only 18 years old, was traveling with friends. They challenged each other to a writing/imagining competition. They each wrote a scary story for their mutual amusement. Mary pondered for days what to write about. She had a dream that brought together elements they had all been talking over. She wrote it all down. An intriguing and cautionary tale about making goals without thinking through their consequences, becoming later, the novel Frankenstein. Offering wisdom and magician secrets on many levels.

Her mother, was a famous writer and “First Ever Feminist”! In 1792, Mary Wollestonecraft wrote ‘Vindication of the Rights of Women’ considered the ‘first feminist treatise’.Sshe stated that “women were inferior to men in no other way than in the education that was denied them. She also insisted that women maintain control over their own bodies and use them as they wish to satisfy their own desires.”

Will I Am God Win – Mary’s Dad

Father, William Godwin, author of ‘Political Justice’, which is seen as an early anarchist tract, insisting upon ‘governance of reason’ over ‘the government of people’, whether consensual or not. making this couple unlikely – both were vocal advocates of free love even though Mary had been married once before.

Raised by her father and a stepmother that she despised, Mary’s early years were dark and alone. Despite this, she inherited by bloodline and circumstance a thirst for knowledge love of writing, just lime her father and protégé in “Frankenstein”, Victor(y).

She lost a child with husband Percy Shelley and withdrew from Percy and began change the theme of her life’s work, bringing the dead back to life.

She finally repaired her relationships, returned to writing and published Frankenstein in 1817. After many trials, In 1831, she returned to her novel Frankenstein and published the revised edition in most common use today.

…the characters were now presented as being victims of fate rather than exercising free will. She also changed the controversial element of Victor’s incestuous affair with Elizabeth, his blood cousin.

Keep it coming – and going

Continuous ‘comings and goings’. This theme can be ‘matched up’ to ALL THE STORIES, and movies, tv shows, music, programming. We are either ‘hell bent’ on coming and going or:

It is being imposed on us through a small group of fascists who understand ancient alchemy, phonetics, neurolinguistics and how to “instill beliefs” into individuated beings and into the group dynamic. — LET’s WAKE UP! – Rise from your stadium seat, go outside, somewhere quiet and have a look at “U” – You!

Take th Cue! — Leave th Que!

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