tagMind ControlSomewhere Over The Rainbow... Ch. 01

Somewhere Over The Rainbow... Ch. 01


Somewhere Over The Rainbow Is Already Here Ch. 01

The mind control of wishing and wishing upon a star.

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Our parents controlled our minds as soon as we were old enough to understand what they were saying. They told us to wish for the things and the toys that we wanted. They controlled our minds making us believe in things that didn't exist, Santa, Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy. Mind control started early with humans only, for most with marketing strategies, advertising campaigns, special promotions, and bombarded by millions of radio and television commercials, the control we gave up of our minds as a child never ended as an adult.

This is a story about the oldest form of mind control, making a wish and wishing upon a star. Knowing full well, as an adult, that we don't have a hope and a prayer of getting our wish, nonetheless, because of the mind control our parents reinforced over our development, we continue wishing for the things that we want as an adult. We can't help ourselves. Why not? It doesn't cost us anything to wish for something or for someone who we want. We never know. We just may be one of the lucky ones and get our wish.

Hope springs eternal writes Alexander Pope in his poem.

Hope springs eternal in the human breast; Man never Is, but always To be blest: The soul, uneasy and confin'd from home, Rests and expatiates in a life to come.

Wishin' and a hopin' never hurt no one. For those of you who are in the dark about the difference between wishing and wishing upon a star, they are two very different concepts. Wishing is when blowing out the candles of your birthday cake.

"Surprise! Happy Birthday, Freddie! Make a wish and blow out your candles."

"I wish I were younger and all the women who are present with me in the room and are over the age of 18 and under the age of 65 were naked."

"Gees, Freddie, you wish that every year and it never comes true. Now put your clothes back on and blow out your candles."

Wishing is when you mindlessly think in passing of the things that happen as you go about your day.

I wish he would go away. I wish she would stop talking. I wish he or she was dead. I wish I didn't have to go to work today. I wish my car would start. I wish I hadn't done that or said that. I wish a big gush of wind would blow up her skirt. I wish her bikini top would pop off. I wish I was taller, thinner, richer, stronger, smarter, and had a bigger cock or bigger tits. Notice that I did not write that I wish I had a bigger cock and bigger tits. That's an entirely different story for the transsexual category.

Wishing upon a star is, by far, the more powerful of wishes. It has to be to reach its final distant destination. Wishing upon a star is when you look up to the sky, pick a star, and make your wish. Magically, your wish skyrockets from your mind on planet Earth into the sky and past the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, exosphere, ionosphere, and past the inner and outer Van Allen belts away from Earth's gravitational pull to the nearest star, 4.3 light-years or 5,865,696,000,000 times 4.3 = 25,222,492,800,000 miles away. Amazing, isn't it?

Wow, now that wishing on a star stuff is really powerful. Perhaps, the only thing that is more powerful is prayer. Prayers have much further to travel than to the nearest star. Only instead of rocketing up to the stars, prayers have a pipeline to Heaven. Otherwise, prayers would never reach their final distant destination. Prayers have to travel past the furthest star, past outer space and into the Heavens where God is sitting there doing nothing but waiting for your personal prayer to arrive.

Now, so as to not offend those who are religious, notice that I did not place prayer and praying with making a wish and wishing. Although one has nothing to do with the other, all have the same hoped for final result. The power of prayer, for those who are religious transcends any earthly power.

Hey, I'm not fool. I'm hedging all my bets, just incase there is a God and there is Heaven. I don't want to piss anyone off, especially God.

I imagine those who are religious pray, wish, and wish upon a star for what they want whereas the rest of us non-believers (that is not to write that I am a non-believer) only have wishing and wishing upon a star at our disposal. Those of us who are non-believers may be at a disadvantage against those who believe in God and who not only pray but also wish and wish upon a star. Nonetheless, most times, the three seemed to go hand in hand (pardon the pun), praying, wishing, and wishing upon a star.

Before we get started on our trip to the stars, I want to hear from those of you who prayed, wished, and/or wished upon a star for things and who got their prayers answered and wishes granted, 'tis the season, after all, of goodwill to men (and woman) and miracles. E-mail me or leave a public comment at the end of this story to Reverend Freddie.

I'm especially eager to hear from those people who won the mega lottery jackpot prize. Tell me your secret to winning the lottery. Did you recite a special prayer over and again? Or was it the way in which you wished? What was it that targeted the lucky scope of the lottery on your fortunate ass?

Usually, we wish for the good health of someone else, the health of our child after an accident or health of a parent after an illness. What did you wish for, what happened, and how did you feel, after you got your wish? Or worse, how did you feel when your prayers weren't answered and/or you did not get your wish. Now, grab your favorite beverage, relax and let's get started.

To be continued...

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