The Lovesong of Billy the Kid Introduction

Far Far Away on a distant planet of another galaxy and universe much like our own, with slightly less gravity and relatively the same physical laws that apply here on Earth and through out the Milky Way, there evolved a homo sap and other species with slightly less gravitas and relatively the same physiques, and with cultures and characters as individual and as different as those of our world.

It was a time of exploration and cultural wars and slavery and genocide. Battles were fought for land and freedom, and ultimately wealth and power. It was
the beginning of the age of weapons of self destruction.

The predatory men behind this destruction were called zombies and were believed to be mind controlled by an upper echelon of telepathic ancients or aliens of unknown origins. Zombies who were aware of being manipulated by telepathic voices and empathic emotions, thought these parasitic puppeteers gods or one almighty God with an enforcer army, and were fooled into believing them superior in intellect as well as having dictatorial power over all. These conniving zombies saw this as an asset if one could gain their favor. In truth the controllers were insane, out-of-control conquerors. Most zombies however, were unaware of these dictators and were manipulated through their unconscious mind. Punishment with negative words and feelings were the weapons of the puppeteer mesmerizers who used a behaviorist style of coercion to keep the clueless zombies in line. Whereas positive reinforcement leading to addiction was used on the conniving zombies.

Terra’s saving force called wisecrackers, were homo saps with the learned ability to move their consciousness from one animal body to another. Some had lived many lives. A few were even believed to be more powerful than the telepathic puppeteers, though power was not crucial to their purpose. These were Master teachers having chosen to be reborn with the goal to end the suffering of all sentient beings by sharing the wisdom of awakening and the path to liberation. Wisecrackers believed in a God force of compassion and their weapons were wit and wisedom, acting through the positive understanding of cause and effect.
The success of the wisecrackers would shape Terra’s future:

At best, ending predatory man’s continued obsession with war and weapons , by awakening humanity to compassionate cosmic consciousness leading to the birth of a utopia,

or failure and the ultimate annihilation of the planet

or continuing this learning purgatory of pleasure and.pain.






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