- Agreed. I ve had that article posted on my weblog for the past week with some related reviews! FelisMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 5, 2002View SourceAgreed.I've had that article posted on my weblog for the past week with some related reviews!Felishttp://www.xanga.com/home.asp?user=enheduanna&tab=weblogs&fid=&nextdate=7%2F2%2F2002+7%3A54%3A24+AM&direction=n&bflag=----- Original Message -----From: ernststrohregenmantelradSent: Friday, July 05, 2002 11:21 AMSubject: [Gnosticism] A Very PhilDickian ExistenceHere is an article on Phillip K. Dick in OC. Some called him very "gnostic'
kinda of sf writer. he does grapple about it in Valis and you know what I
think? he's right Rome never died!
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- Actually, Palpatine is a more apropos characterization of Ashcroft - From: Coraxo If we look around us now with Chancellor Vellorum...erm,Message 2 of 4 , Jul 5, 2002View Source
Re: [Gnosticism] A Very PhilDickian ExistenceActually, Palpatine is a more apropos characterization of Ashcroft -
From: Coraxo <coraxo@...>
If we look around us now with Chancellor Vellorum...erm, John Ashcroft, gaining increased powers for the Executive level of the State, we witness a reprise of the decline of the Senate and the downfall of the Republic, 2000 years later.