Not much protection!

By Flyss. October 2nd, 2010

The final post of Janice Among the Immortals is now up.
Luckily, we know that what seems to happen at the very end can’t be quite as it seems.

But here’s what stuck out for me:

Oxadrenals has asked The Eldest whether he has her blessing to go ahead with his Immortality Project. (This would have been in approximately January of 2010, near as I can make out.) And here’s what The Eldest says:

But shall a man so ungrave make so grave a change on this earth? Is not the gravity of a man like Alexandros more fit, or of a woman like Soraya, to carry so much weight? More fit. But who would we more enjoy to trust? The other. And so, I yet remain indecisive.

Because I do not decide, I do decide, and the amusing man, he carries on. You need not tell him so, for no answer is all the answer he needs.

That’s it. That’s all the protection he has. No more! Look at this post he wrote. – Flyss

15 Comments

  1. Bob says:

    Thats it! Look the Eldest is the leader of a pack of immortals who backed and supported the Nazis, thats a big crimes against humanity problem.

    We DON’T need the immortals, they are not in charge, we are. This is our planet these immortals are not our friends, they don’t derserve worship, or respect, they are mentally ill from ions of stupid arrogance.

    The immortals will have to held accountable for their crimes. Humanity is in charge now, the immortals bow to our laws. A declaration of Independence from Immortals will establish our laws and their crimes and punishment.

    I am not googled eye and easily swayed by the first person or persons to demand respect. They didn’t earn it, they failed miserably. We need to respect our selves and bring honor and justice back, hold these immortal guys for trial in Israel, Russia, and Japan and China.

  2. Merlin says:

    Bob – before you get heavy-handed, I suggest you read Soraya’s last few posts again. You’ve obviously missed the part about preventing an even worse evil, involving even greater numbers of dead.

    Then get a copy of the DVD “Collapse” and watch it.

    http://www.amazon.com/Collapse-Michael-Ruppert/dp/B003CJXJ8Q/ref=sr_1_1?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1286027981&sr=1-1

    Then, before you return to knee-jerk reactionary proclamations of guilt – remember that we (and most of the immortals in this story) are in the USA – where people are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, and only before a jury of their peers would count. Do you have the perspective to count yourself a peer of someone 8000 years old?

    • Bob says:

      Someone needs to read the Eldest here Miranda rights, here is a copy.

      You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to speak to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you. Do you understand these rights as they have been read to you?

      Merlin, you need to go back and read their account of how they supported the nazis and caused a small ww2 to avoid a big one, sorry if I don’t quickly bow down and thank those immortals.

    • Flyss says:

      It’s still iffy, I think. Granted they seem to have good intentions. But there’s still the question of who gave them the right to do those things?

      • Strattera says:

        Flyss, generals and presidents, prime ministers and kings all make decisions that harm people. Truman decided to nuclear bomb Japan because he thought that it would avoid an invasion in which many, many more people would be killed. How is that different in principle from what the Immortals claim they did?

        Of course, Truman was elected (more accurately, Roosevelt was, and Truman was his VP.) But up until very recent times, heads of state were not elected, and yet they were still thought to have not only the right but the duty to take actions that would protect their country. This frequently would involve choosing the lesser of two evils.

  3. c says:

    So there’s an ancient language , alexandros and the eldest communicate in…could they be from the very lemurian times?

  4. Observer says:

    Janice definitely has a different approach to the narratives than the others. She is more raw and in the moment. She may reflect some, but her actions are like she’s acting on pure instinct all the time… It’s wonderful! She even describes things instintually, raw, & to the point. There’s no pussy-footing or beating around the bush on topics with her.

    “world’s fastest orgasm” XD

    (Ox, you must be blushing. ;) )

  5. c says:

    she must have superpowers that hurt others… or heal others?

    I do not believe for a second, she is just an ordinary true immortal with no godly powers.

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