Nature’s purpose in sexual reproduction is to create variation. The male Y chromosome answers the question Y
exist? to continue experiencing ourselves in ever new ways. Or, if you prefer, for the Human Race or the Universe
or God to find new reflections of self, to evolve. The Divine Dance of Shiva. To get a new twist on life. People
who are too straight become rigid. People who are too twisted run the risk of tearing themselves apart. In the
Great Sea of Being, the Sea of Unknown Possibilities, the Sea of X, we meet SEX Sea X; or See X, meet the unknown.
Y meets X, results uncertain.
Who knows what kind of kinky character will emerge from within that paragon of virtue or beauty we have just
married? But if there isn’t some kin key, some little twist, lacking the diverse, we may end in divorce; our ex
has been X-ed out of our life. We’ve become estranged; and wouldn’t it be nice to meet a stranger? Not knowing
who they are, X to see may produce ecstasy, X-altation, X-huberance, or at least some new X-perience.
X’, the unknown crossing, is tense with uncertain outcome. Will life lead to X-tasy; or only to X-termination?
Are you the ‘X’ factor here? The decisive voice? Or only an x-tra on the stage or life? Or do you need to
put yourself at risk to feel your own x-istence?
Is your life too twisted? Or does it need a new twist? For lovers of any persuasion, the worst perversion
is to have no purr version at all.
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Angelynx. A divination deck. John Sacelli. Chris Deschaine.