The Retrocausality of Blasphemy Fitzworth
This blog of mine has recently been full of ‘retrocausality’ considerations regarding the Large Hadron Collider, Cern Zoo, Berne Zoo etc.
Imagine my intrigue then, on finding, via google, one of my old stories seen from the back backwards – not, this time, to sabotage from the future, but to enhance!
Stated today here:
, from that Forum’s Moderator:
“Also, I seem to be about the only person who likes “Watch the Whiskers Sprout”, by D. F. Lewis, which I found to be, upon completing it, a very strange, bizarre, surrealistic, and quite fascinating — if nightmarishly so — piece, a very unique take on the whole Mythos idea. A word of warning about that one, though… the first time around, until I got close to the end, I really was getting impatient with the thing and feeling that I’d wandered into an utterly nonsensical piece of self-indulgence. It all came together toward the end, and then it clicked for me. It may or may not have the same effect for you.”