MAYDAY 1602: SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 2020

“The old hostilities; festering wounds, we won’t let go. But the virus, now in more than 80 countries, acts irrationally, rationally.

Witness no blitzkrieg invasion but rather, a surrounding, of us. Bear witness also: The microbes may want to speak to me.”

“The microbes may want to speak to me. It would behoove them to do so. If this novel virus is intelligent, then their leader means

— maybe to speak, with me. To hear our terms, in the matter of, their surrender. Or vice versa — if ye know — what I mean.”

“2020: In China, this year is the year of the Rat. America; leave your bias at the door. For the rat in China is shrewd and resourceful. Rat

years are years of renewal. The first of the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac, 2020, is a renewing, year of the Rat.”

“’Tis the year of the Rat in China, And of the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac, ’tis the year of the Rat that is first, among them. But renewal

sometimes requires the total destruction of what’s become old and tired and in need indeed of complete renewal.”

“In need of renewal is Urantia. To do it in time means the changes that need to happen have been moved from back,to front, burners.

China, Urantia’s largest carbon polluter with 29% of global emissions may yet be a political and climate-change … leader.“

“China may yet be a political and climate-change leader. But men won’t change unless forced to. That’s when a plot-twisting novel

virus, comes in. It moves, like water. It moves Xi and his brothers to do the right thing. Tweeting serially … a novel … novel.”

“Men won’t change for the better unless forced to. As when a plot-twisting novel virus, comes in. Enters — the dragon. Intelligent

— and moving like water, it’s moving us to do the right thing. If we’re lucky, the virus is just resilient, not … intelligent.”

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