Spy Novel Setting: The Seven Nation Army.

   Here is one for Ms. Atwood, in return for her beneficence, the setting for a thrilling spy novel. The working together of the FBI and the Communist tyrannies of China and Russia against Al Quaeda or ISIS is as entirely possible as it is a deep villainy and a horrible error. But this may be the stunning conclusion of the unraveling of the fact that my former fiance was a person sent from the start to spy one me, that I believe my life was threatened by the FBI through a Chinese website for pressing the issue, that our elections were thrown by a combination of KKK and Russian computer manipulation using the spy-market system and targeted interference, that the oxy-heroin epidemic was engineered to both make a lot of money and prepare our people to become just one fifth more zombie- like and susceptible, and perhaps that I seem to be dying from a strange worm. The Russians specialize in assassination methods that are undetectable, as they do and like targeted interference methods that they can promise stupid American tyrants are undetectable. The plot then involves the Russians, corrupt Machiavellian elements in the FBI, the American Mafia, perhaps even the Colombian drug gangs who sent me my new phone and the Philippines, through which my phone is surveyed, and even ISIS itself, when the Russians use Isis wickedness to strike at targets in the U. S. There we have all seven of the evil nations in the seven nation army working, each doing their part at which they particularly excel. This is of course only a novel’s plot, and no one cares anyway if it were true, we die and American liberty is lost forever.

   But the coordinated action that came to be with the combination of the FBI and the Russian Kaspersky, as well as the coordinated effort behind the oxy-heroin epidemic indicates otherwise. At the least, such a novel will train us in the kind of plots we must watch out for in the new age. We, though, have common sense and the word, the meaning of words, which the Orwellian new world of the internet has not yet managed to control. We have trust, like I trust Mike Rogers is not a double agent, though Machiavellians I do not trust. The regular guy still has arms in this world, and places such as inside the meaning of a text, where computers do not have access. We have things that only non-villains can understand, like love, though the lovers can be used, like the American patriots, in service of the villains when they are tricked.

   The Seven nations are something like Communism, fascism, Drug gangs, Mafia, Russian mob, U. S. Machiavellians and of course the hidden Satanists, who do not do a lot of hands on killing, but for some unknown reason like to get humans to kill one another and to use the human evil as instruments in their strange, unfathomable design. I have missed very few of the axis of evil organizations. But this is the operation of apocalyptic evil, while everyone can only read literally, looking for only for incarnate persons and ignoring the spiritual warfare in the “spirit world” introduced perhaps by Machiavelli, but certainly present in modernity with the dark advent of Nietzsche. The result is that the historical novel is expanded too, into a new genre of the philosophical novel, the imagination of man too expanded, and every one of the great books topics can be introduced, addressing and involving the highest human faculties and knowledge in the most comprehensive novel ever conceived, though it yet lacks science fiction.

   Marx and Nietzsche are involved in the roots of communism and Nazism, as fascism is not especially anti-Biblical God until the Nietzscheans get involved. Unless, of course, the fasces, the rods and axes that are the symbol of the worldly Roman poweris reintroduced from ancient Rome without the Roman gods for an anti-Biblical purpose, in the conspiracy of Machiavelli.

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6 thoughts on “Spy Novel Setting: The Seven Nation Army.

  1. Hopeful: The result is that the historical novel is expanded too, into a new genre of the philosophical novel, the imagination of man too expanded, and every one of the great books topics can be introduced, addressing and involving the highest human faculties and knowledge in the most comprehensive novel ever conceived, though it yet lacks science fiction.”

    This is part of the faith that sustains me: “We have things that only non-villains can understand, like love[!]”

      • I read mostly non-fiction, but some fiction, usually scify, that at least seems not to be as self-righteously preachy as it once was, but the portrayal of boy-girl interaction is almost always – that is, I haven’t found an instance of it not being so – insufferable!

      • Shakespeare manages to show love in a way that does not appear sappy to all those outside the love. Fabio, the guy with the patio square pects and enormous face, was reported to have been hit in the face by a bird while on a rollercoaster! The Creator writes better than the Romance novelist, even by chance! But I just tried to write on Romeo and Juliet, without much success. But I have to study the Italian plays of Shakespeare to do The Tempest.

  2. I did write points to be used in a sci-fy novel, being the first ever to notice this: If a reflector could be found on a planet out in space, due to the speed of light, we could literally see into the past of our own earth. Two such reflectors would give us a movie, with pages like a cartoon. Our history is 4 billion years old, while the nearest star is only eight light years away. Such a reflector would occur if for example a desert of sand were turned into a sea of glass, as by a meteor or atomic blast.

    I also had a setting based on the idea of planet hopping, like life developed once on Mars or some large moon, and the challenge of each civilization is to get off the planet before it is destroyed. Too bad the weather on Venus is like the worst! And we complain about the Michigan winters!

  3. Light is very amusing. It is invisble, yet seen when reflected- otherwise the whole system of vision would not work. Its source is also visible, which is a big clue. I want to measure the diffusion comparing, say, the amount of light at one meter and at ten meters from a candle, to see if the proportion makes sense in terms of the geometry of circle and sphere. From these three things about light, could they have figured that it is a wave?

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