November 16, 2013
By Ethan Indigo Smith
How can one explore the horrible dynamics of nuclear experimentation? Through fiction! The Terraist Letters is a postmodern nuclear allegory and it's free for the next few days. It's the hottest thing since sliced atoms.
Nuclear experimentation is capable of killing off all life on earth. Fukushima seems to be doing just that as I write this. Why is it that the most dangerous undertaking, the destroyer of all but cancer, the ultimate entropy enhancer, globally promoted? Marijuana and hemp cultivation is beneficial to all life and the earth it grows in. With the crop we can produce anything including energy, medicine and a moderate/safe intoxicant at its worst -or best depending on who you talk to.
Why is it that the most dangerous practice imaginable is globally promoted , so dangerous that all the apocalyptic fantasy movies
and stories rarely even address its imminent horror? Why is it that the safest most productive plant is globally prohibited? Short answer: we live in a war world controlled by the global military industrial complex. The long answer can only be articulated in fiction terms. The Terraist Letters is the postmodern allegory that attempts to articulate the nuclear conundrum. http://www.amazon.com/Terraist-Letters-Ethan-Indigo-Smith-ebook/dp/B00852BHKC/
It is currently free ebook for the next few days.
The Terraist Letters, originally written as a hilarious story metaphorically contrasting promotion of nuclear experimentation with the prohibition of marijuana/hemp cultivation now stands as the wildest piece of fiction since sliced atoms. It is hilarious and frightening and although there is the obvious fictional off the wall signature to the story, there is also the constant alarm suggestive of reality, raising the question on every page, 'is this true?'
Jim Marrs, author of the Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy, the book that inspired the film J.F.K. said this of the Terraist Letters:
" Transport J. D. Salinger's Holden Caulfield to the 21st century and you get the protagonist of The Terraist Letters. This rollicking journey through NYC, juxtapositions the mainstream, the lamestream and the out-of-stream as the Terraist heroes attempt to bring some sanity as well as medicinal cheer to the urban zombies of today. Ethan's work will titillate, irritate, but most importantly, stimulate some serious thought concerning current conventions. Give it a read. Your brain might thank you."
Dr. Masuru Emoto said this of nuclear experimentation and marijuana.
Einstein and Oppenheimer letter to President said this...???
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For more of Ethan Indigo Smith's writing you can go to link at amazon.com where you can read the first portion of Ethan's books for free and purchase to support his endeavors.
Ethan explores worldwide apathy in his recent serious satire, A Holiday Hazing, Santa Clause Syndrome. Ethan wrote The Little Green Book of Revolution about individual empowerment in postmodern times. He wrote 108 Steps to Be in The Zone, a book on metaphysics and building intuition. Ethan also penned Tibetan Fusion, on The Five Rites of Rejuvenation and other meditative movements for balanced energy.
His most recent fiction work is the hilarious story of the Terraist Letters which contrasts the promotion of global nuclear experimentation with global marijuana/hemp prohibition.
His other work of fiction is Down and Out in Mendocino, a nonstop, gut-busting story of hilarity and conspiracy set in the legendary Northern California community.
His nonfiction work the Matrix of Four, The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity tells a story of the human condition and provides light on the development of consciousness.
The Complete Patriot's Guide to Oligarchical Collectivism is his first book, an interpretation of Orwell's 1984 and real individual activism in an institutional world.