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Saturday, May 17, 2008

half of both worlds...


Since we have dabbled in the world of fantasy-reality in my previous entry why not immerse ourselves for a while there? It doesn't hurt to be a child sometimes and throughout my childhood until now, mermaids have been a fixture of my imagination for a long time. These entities are half of the marine world and half of the human world as obviously exhibited by their bodies. I do not know if they are necessarily the best of both worlds! I have no idea TOO if real images of these mythical creatures exist. BUT I don't want to ask the cliche queries of "Do they or don't they exist?"

Personally I want them to exist. It would be a gigantic slap to all the known biological transcripts and studies if such an organism is found and examined. Imagine how it would baffle scientists and experts a like. It would define logic and observation because the scientific world WILL not accept ambiguity. (Although it has embraced the PLATYPUS...go GOOGLE!! LOL) Science wants to be able to explain everything in the realm of physical phenomena and for such a creature to exist it would destroy all concepts biology has built around itself as well perhaps the neighboring sciences of human anatomy and many more! Haha! It would cause such a riot throughout the world, the tangible existence of such a maleficient creature.

The appearance of a living, moving, breathing mermaid would also stir religious issues for sure. Religion respects divinities so much that they are thought of as invisible, unreachable, and out-of-touch. Symbolism would dictate that the mermaid represents many things. The merging of science, fantasy and biological reality is not something the religious sector can take because the human being is the center of all religion. Ambiguities represent the otherworldly, the ethereal heavenly and unseen beings and perhaps the entities we so worship. For a divine creature to appear as a biological specimen will destroy all concepts of religion!

The question I am more curious to ask myself and other people is, "Why do they and have they existed in the annals of men's imagination for eons?" Man's hypnosis to these unusual creatures is perhaps best explained by the fact that we enjoy and embrace fantasy and imaginary worlds when we can! When given the chance, we immerse ourselves in them when the occasion allows us to because there is a little being in us that wants to defy idealism! Because reality is sometimes a little too harsh to deal with and yes admittedly TOO ORDINARY, we want to say, "yes they exist, and we will continue to hunt them down as long as we can!" But don't our subconscious actually REALLY say,"I hope I never find such a creature because it will be the demise of the fantasy and the status of the mermaid in our powerful minds!" We want the mermaid to elude our hands perhaps even forever because we do not want her to go down her pedestal as one of the greatest fixtures of the imaginary part of our existences! She is goddess, icon, and everything that represents beauty, grace, enchantment and even a bit of evil and we do not want her to lose her attributes by becoming just mere biological specimen...
Ha! Now that is a thought! Isn't it?
(note: Thank you to www.epilogue.net/.../art/view.pl?id=59480 for the beautiful and non-typical depiction of the mermaid)

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