PANAMA--While “Niña,” “Pinta,” and “Santa Maria” are household words even in the United States, the name of an obscure vessel from Columbus’s fourth invasion, “Vizcaina,” is the word on the streets of Panama, as archeologists in the port of Nombre de Dios examine the remains of a ship thought to have last sailed after Columbus, hunted by the remaining kin to the slaughtered, was forced to abandon his claim to the region.
Angered Saudi Arabian Wahhabists were quick to respond, via satellite, citing Abu Hureira’s findings almost two millennia earlier: “From the Prophet (peace be upon him), Abu could retain two vessels. He publicized the first. Had he announced the second, his throat would have been cut.”
Scholars aver that the second vessel may have contained Aleister Crowley’s HOOR–PAAR-KRAAT, wherein it is written that we are darkened and obscured vessels in which divine will is imprisoned. Crowley suggested we drink the
blood of our oppressors from clear glass vessels, rather than opaque pewter or moleskin vessels, because glass is relatively thin, non-reactive, and
allows full appreciation of blood’s “glop.”
Until recently, oppressors were defined as obfuscated vessels housing homogeneous solutions of proteins. However, scientists are now moving away from the “cell as an amorphous vessel” as positive support that life was “obviously designed.”
INFORMATIVE VESSEL #23