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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Spiritual stuff (June 27, 2017)

If you're a spiritual person like me, you've seen this goddess image.
Nothing about video games and music in this post, so who cares? Anyone?... Wait a minute, does it mention Qua... Ah, nevermind.

I'm looking forward to building my own paradise, but how's that possible when deities like Utsukushiki, Misaki, Saotome, Hikari Kiwamuru, Esther, Nakanishi, Fukaki and Takaki are doing this "building a paradise on Earth" thing selflessly? I'm not a fan of Earth since its history was plagued with issues. My ultimate reception here is mixed, but that does not mean ignorance of its virtues. Actually, I'm not trying to be ignorant as I was in my early years. Yeah, the Earth goddesses (Earth, Saotome, whoever owned the planet as a goshintai, historically, currently, and in the future) love creation, and that's fun.

I am planning to become a creator goddess. Most of my cosmos are gonna be something along the lines of "Ancient Japanese/Nihongo", you know. Japan/Nihon was the heavenliest place on Earth back in the good old days, that's traditional for one thing: I believe the heavenly world was like that in the beginning. This one I'll become in the near-future is cool because she is loves Japanese/Nihongo stuff and she adores Hotsuma Tsutae and Shinto. She is obedient to such ancient East Asian standards and tropes due to it being like the heavenly world in its early years. Her name is Hikaru Reiko, and SHE APPEARS TO BE 16 YEARS OLD ALL THE TIME, which is great!

The new pure-hearted system thinks that something like India is more pure than that because that US-occupied island nation's struggled to keep up with its sociopolitical side and identity compared to that Hindu-loving subcontinent. I'm not interested in India in general; for example the term "Linga Sarira" is annoying to me because due to its foreign non-Japanese origins it's less obvious what it means in contrast to "subtle body". The ancient Japanese/Nihongo peoples didn't use the Hindu term a lot.

And that new system too... It's more like reinforced than recently invented because the old days had something like that system. I don't hate it and/or oppose it, it's just that it needs more Japanese/Nihongo people like Amaterasu for instance.

Healing and creation are like awesome toys; once you do something positive like that, you get used to it for fun. However, to me creation was basically the point of the heavenly world. When the god/goddess Amenominakanushi created it, it was about creation, period. He/she is perfect because of that reason. And then evil forces such as the Kumara/Lucifer-led Hierarchy (aka "Lucifer and the Army of Darkness") made people turn away from birth and creation and into death and destruction and thus the good beings including Esther resorted to healing because that was needed to stop evil from infecting the heavenly world. As a result, not many people created cosmic objects as much as they healed stuff, which wasn't it's original intent and purpose... or at least in my point of view that's the case. This same thing can be applied to Earth.

This is how the old humanity on Earth was splintered, some of the most complaining ones say that Earth is broken because there's too many issues in it. Some of the worst earthlings waged stupid star wars against celestial locations including the Pleiades for example. Actually, most of the new humanity view that as too narrow-minded since most of the flaws apply to the 3rd dimension. Sirius A faced the same criticism, but that's not as important as Earth. People supporting the 2017-2030 era of this world won't get along well with the "idiots" by reacting with disagreement over their sentiments of intense anger. Beings including Sumiwataru know this will appear starting this year (2017), but after 2030 it feels like that was a dying vocal minority all along.

So now I want to create my own paradises, because I didn't want a history as bad as Earth's where too many conspiracies and changes to list made it look like not what it was anymore. And keep in mind that Earth is a diversity-oriented place. At best it could've spawned a bunch of great creator deities, but unfortunately it seems like until recently, that was difficult to exist if not impossible; had it stayed very true to its original intents and purposes, then it would've been easier to happen. Most of the people coming from it will be healing-inspired like Arcturians. No insult intended.

So yeah, since too many debates about Earth exist, I think it is best to not have an obnoxious opinion about it. I hope and wish that the heavenly world be more creative after I become Hikaru Reiko.

This article/blog post was initially gonna appear as a comment on Shanti Phula's "Heavenly Message 32", but that was never approved within 24 hours from the early hours of June 24, 2017, so yes, I had to take it to (and expand it on) here for preservation.

Name change from "Hexcalk" to "Totalist".

See you later, Hexcalk...

Hi, I'm back! The reason why I was absent from most of March to June 2017 was because I suddenly became so lazy by watching too many YouTube videos and listening to too much music. Thankfully, I was able to start a new map in the wake of this semi-hiatus. This is known as "hc4". I'm tired of being associated with "anti-authoritarian" and "psychedelic" because my Quake works are never that. Sure you could argue that hc2 and hc3 are such because they seem so "anti-authoritarian" to you, but in fact they were only vaguely anti-authoritarian in the sense that only their titles, "Baneful Politic Comply" and "surveylLance ztatement" respectively, express those things. The maps themselves, when you play them, look nothing like it. There is no such thing as a medieval green-brick castle being representative of anti-authoritarianism, nor a tp-industrial-textured base being the same thing. To call me and my works "anti-authoritarian" is nonsensical because everything in them have nothing to do with anti-authoritarianism outside of their titles. And don't bring up calling me and my Quake maps "psychedelic" because that's not what I'm doing with my works.

I changed my name from "Hexcalk" to "Totalist" for this reason. Don't worry, I'll still use the name "Hexcalk" for my Quake maps because I felt I needed to improve the reputation of the "Hexcalk" name so that it doesn't get associated with problematic inconsistent maps such as my own one, "Peripheral Fundament". I was actually gonna release a fixed update of hc0 but that was shelved.

"Hexcalk" was conceived because I thought it was a cool mathematics-related name for me. "Hexadecimal"+"Calculator"=Hexadecimal Calculator. For casual Quake players, they'll ask "what is this?" since they have a difficult time finding out what relationship it has with Quake; in truth, that is unrelated to the game in that mathematics is not Quake's main priority.

"Totalist" was conceived because I wanted something more correlated to Quake's main priority: crazy old-school FPS fun. My theory that "Quake is an psychedelic anti-authoritarian FPS" is false. Authorities still have something to do with Quake however.

So yes, now I'm "Totalist".