I got a spider bite on my arm today - moving some wood out of the storage unit. I don't know what kind of spider it was - we have quite a few dangerous varieties here in Washington State. I didn't even feel the bite, I only noticed it after my skin turned red.
The funny thing was that Greg at Superversity posted a cartoon of Spiderman and the Hulk at the urinal today, and this was a few days after Synchronize posted Episode 3 - which included an interview with myself and Alan Abbadessa-Green and Andras Jones (among others). More urinals.
|I. P. Freely|
The trident is the mechanism by which the subconscious alters the weave, thus altering the 3D code, thus changing the experience that we perceive as "the real world". Got that? Me neither, but it's the start of my thesis.
When I see a strong 38 or 308 sync, it means I'm getting closer to cracking the code. I've had a ton of those this month. The spider bite is either a warning or a receipt, probably both. I guess we'll know by tomorrow, I could be in the hospital if it was a brown recluse.
NOTES: Peter Parker was bitten by a radio-active spider. A Radio Free Albemuth spider? Ever since Fukushima, every spider in Washington State is radio active. High levels of Tritium...
Spidey sense: tingling