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The Mississippi Corpse - CyberCorpse 12

From: Kevin Molony <kevin@royalinsider.com>

"Sanctifying the local landscape," according to Joseph Campbell, is one of the roles of myth. Attaching primordial worth to features of the local environment by associating with them occurrences, real or legendary, that resound in the collective consciousness.

'That is the hill where our forefathers planted the first grape vines, the sacred seeds of our family's sustenance to this day.' And the heart now feels the hill faintly throbbing with spiritual consequence.

Several years ago, my brother threw himself in the Mississippi River---his chosen way to die---and the brown god swallowed his life without pity, remorse or judgment, but with the grave, constant terror of the secret cause.

Sanctifying the local landscape with death.

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