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POLICY: Don't take it so damn' seriously.
The infiniteness of Man is not reduced
to a"split inanity" by wars, taxes,
or"experts" who seek to sell him what
he already has in an infinite amount.

Sub-Policy: We reserve the right to change
our minds from issue to issue, or
even from page to page, if we desire.

Sub-Sub-Policy: Each Man has the inherent
right to be his own and only " Authority" -- with his wife's permission.

Sub-Sub-Sub-Policy: We have no objection to
"educated guesses" about Man's destiny -- if there's no price tag to it,
and if the guesser has no objection to
our guessing that he's only guessing.

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As was to be expected, last
month's Auditorial, "Tenant
Wastes a Lifetime as Valet and
Housekeeper", brought a flood
of protests, especially from
those who have built a habitpattern of pampering the body
with some brand of psychoanalysis. There were some approving letters, too, but these
were greatly in the minority.
"If you ignored the body,
it'd get to the point where it
would stink so bad, everybody
would ignore you! " one critic
quipped -- but we think she was
making a play on words, rather
than reasoning. Anyway, what
we said had nothing to do with
bathing or taking care of the
body's physical needs. What we
objected to was typified by
another obj ector: "For years ,
I've floundered around trying
to make a success of myself. I
have a degree from one of the
best colleges in the State; I
am one of the most popular men
in my social set; my father is
wealthy enough that he can afford to give me good clothes,
gives me an allowance, and I
have my own car -- and a promise of a well-paying job when
I get ready to settle down.
However, I have been trying to
find out my background -- who I
was in previous lifetimes -- so I
can take advantage of all the
special knowledge and skills
that must be hidden in my subconscious. A genius in art or
letters should not be forced
to waste that talent by learning to sell, or sit behind a
desk and dictate to stenographers.
"Which is exactly the opposite of what your auditorial
for September recommended. Do
you or do you not believe in
reincarnation? And don't you
think talents should be carried over from one lifetime to
another? Think of the geniuses
we could create if we didn't
have to start every lifetime
from scratch?"
On the face of it, the above to contact one's memory of
argument may sound faultless -- one's self back down the time
but the letter indicates suf- track, what has one done other
ficient weakness in this per- than wasted a few precious moson's character to cast strong ments that might better have
doubts that ,he's any reincar- been spent improving THIS innated genius. One gets the im- carnation, THIS existence? Has
pression that he's a bum, free anything been accomplished by
of "hobo jungles" only because learning you once were a fagot
of his father's money and so- picker in the Black Forest, or
cial position. Offered a good even to discover you once were
job without the necessity of called the "Knight of a Thou"working his way up", he wish- sand Plumes" by the subjects
es to guarantee success in his who hated/loved you for whatunearned position by relying ever it was you did/didn't do?
on the training of some far- The "intelligentsia" of a
off genius to do all his think- few hundred years ago may have
ing for him in this lifetime. "doubted" that the world was
If we accept reincarnation, he flat, but their actual knowlis proving that one thing he edge of the universe didn't
never learned in the past was compare with what is known toto be worthy of whatever posi- day by most pre-school-agers,
tion he might have attained. who, in their play, have built
It is for drones such as imaginary rockets to planets
this -- and somnambulant roman- they know more about than did
ticists -- that opportunists and their historical sires about
misguided "teachers" have been the land across the limitless
able to establish a traffic in seas. Is this the kind of genfantasies -- such as past lives ius one wishes to contact --
and regressed intelligence. the kind of data one seeks from
For a few dollars (but enough his subconscious so he'll not
to guarantee that the "teach- have to learn it again?
er" won't have to work for a Christopher Columbus, Ben
living), you will be given ex- Franklin, Leonardo da Vinci,
ercises that will take you Socrates -- mental luminaries
back into "Time" to a point tho they might have been -- were
where you can contact a dif- intelligent only in their day
ferent environment. That,. they and time -- not for the data
assure you, is you -- or WAS you they had but because they were
before a "death" or number of able to rise above the level
"deaths" brought your con- of the environment. They had
sciousness up to the present their problem level, we have
body and environment. ours. A Sixth Grader solves
We're not going to argue algebra problems easily only
that contacting "former lives" if he has studied algebra.
or whatever one wants to call Which is our answer to the
them is impossible. But we do parasitic genius who wants to
challenge the idea that any coast on his yesterdays. Maybe
benefit accrues from such con- he can put us in our place by
tact. Oddly, persons "discov- telling us what "greats" of
ering" their "past" are not the past reached their emisatisfied to be a " Bridey Mur- nence by contacting past lives
phy"; nor are they willing to -- patronizing the seers and
settle for less than a Cleo- oracles of their day who knew
patra, a Napoleon, a Caesar, where to get all the answers --
or even Jesus or one of His all the answers, that is, exDisciples. cept how to keep their own
Supposing it were possible lives from being messed up.