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~~~ GOOD MOUNTAIN PRESS DIGEST #5 Published October 1, 2000 ~~~
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Quote for the Halloween Month of October:

I do not believe in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance.
      
Winston Churchill, British prime minister (1874-1965)

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THE GOOD MOUNTAIN PRESS DIGEST #5, October 2000
Archived Digests
Table of Contents

1. Updated Schedule for Doyletics Interview Broadcasts
2. Honored Readers for October
3. On a Personal Note
4. Cajun Story (New Feature of Digest)
5. Website Additions for October
6. World-Wide Doyletics List
7. Reviews and Articles Added for October:

8. Bobby's Dolphin Novel, "The Spizznet File" to be published soon!
9. Closing Notes - our mailing list, locating books, unsubscribing to Digest
10. Paying the Bills

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1. Updated Schedule for Doyletics Interview Broadcasts:
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P> On June 19, 2000 I was a guest on Dr. Roméo Di Benedetto's interview show at El Paso Community College. In the first half hour interview we focused on the background, basic theory, and application of the nascent doyletics. In the second half hour interview we gave a summary of doyletics and a live demonstration of two speed traces by Lorena Castro, a graduate sociologist from the University of Texas.

The Dr. Roméo Di Benedetto and Bobby Matherne doyletics interviews were broadcast in Jefferson Parish in October on Cox Cable Channel 8, the Education Channel. One broadcast on September 1 at 6 PM, and another on the next day at 1 PM. Unfortunately they were unable to give me a advance schedule of the times of the broadcast. I'm working currently to get the interview broadcast on the New Orleans Metro Channel 10, and I'll post a schedule as soon as they give me. Stay tuned! Check the website page for up-to-date schedules during October.

http://www.doyletics.com/tvbrintv.htm

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2. HONORED READERS FOR October:
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Each month we take time to thank two of our good readers of Good Mountain Press Digest, books and reviews. Here's our two worthy Honored Readers for this month. One of their names will be in the TO: address line of your email Digest notification. Our Honored Readers for October are:

Ted Andrews in Rockford, Illinois

Brian Kelley in New Orleans, Louisiana

Thanks, Ted and Brian!


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3. ON A PERSONAL NOTE:


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Out Our Way:

September began with Ted and Ruth joining us for dinner at Bobby Jeaux's Kitchen for mandala salad, creme of sac-au-lait soup, and crawfish eggplant dressing. Got a wonderful quote from Cliff and Tina Stockamp which I added to the top of the Speed Trace Page: "Carpe Momento!" or Seize the Moment! That is a great motto to remind us to seize the opportunity when a doyle arises to trace it out, once and for all time. I've had ample opportunities during this lugubrious football season to confirm that the doyles of depression that I've traced are gone for good. Instead of feeling bad for hours after another sad display of football ineptness, it's gone when the game is over. Other "long-suffering" LSU and Saints fans should take note and take the edge off of their suffering from now on!

Another doyletics related incident happened to me. Coming home from Kenner on I-10 in heavy traffic, an 18-wheel dump truck clipped the rear end of my 1996 Geo Metro LSI Hatchback causing the little car to slam around sideways in the front of the huge truck's bumper and I was pushed sideways down the center lane at 60 mph until he stopped his truck. I felt like a fly stuck to a windshield. When the truck stopped, my Geo moved forward towards the center railing of the overpass and I was forced to turn left into oncoming traffic, which, thankfully, had seen the accident and had stopped by then. I contacted the railing gently, stopped, turned the car around and pulled safely off the road. Not an injury to me or anyone else. Not even sore muscles the next morning anywhere on my body. No other vehicles involved except the truck, which was undamaged. Left side of car is smashed, but drive-able, and completely usable, once I replaced the smashed outside-rearview mirror. When I got out of the car, I felt exhilarated, like after getting off an amusement park ride. No fear doyles whatsoever, during or after the accident! With a clear head during the whole process, I was able to steer the car to safety. This is not a way of confirming doyletics that I would recommend to anyone else - I'm merely reporting what happened to me. Fear is an expendable emotion from now on. I have added an extra wide-angle mirror to my inside rearview mirror to avoid such an unexpected onslaught from a big rig again.

In September I finally finished transcribing my mother's memories of growing up in the small cypress sawmill town of Donner. I prepared a booklet with them and will take a couple with me to the Donner Reunion the first Sunday in October as her representative in the flesh, as she will be there in the spirit this year. Del and I took a grandkid tour of Alexandria and a city just over the Sabine River where the world ends going west. Molly had her second birthday party and we got to hold Aidan Clark, our newest grandson.

The next weekend found me in College Park, Maryland, at the American Center for Physics building where the quadrennial Sigma Pi Sigma Congress was being held. The last thing I'd done for my Physics Honor Society was to organize its picnic at LSU in 1961. Great presentation of achieving low temperatures by a Nobel Prize in Physics winner. Like a modern wizard he strode up and down the aisles pouring out smoking liquid nitrogen onto the floor periodically as he talked about pico-kelvins to a rapt audience of physicists. Met Larry, a passenger next to me on the plane, who had a plane phobia, and helped him do a trace in real-time as we took off from Houston to BWI.

This past weekend found us at a Porch Party to help our friend win his election to the School Board, at a day long Anam Caras meeting, and my induction into a new club. It's been a September to remember.

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4. CAJUN STORY:
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Here's one I first heard many years ago and had forgotten till Ed Gros at a breakfast meeting, said that there would be two door prizes, "the front door and the back door." His comment reminded me of this story about Isadore, a young Cajun man in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, who learned a new word the hard way.

Isadore was sitting at the bar in Mulate's in Breaux Bridge. The crawfish festival was last week, and now the town was quiet and not much going on. He was thinking of going with his girl friend, Marie Doucet, to the fais-do-do this Saturday night for some dancing. The bartender was wiping his shot glasses with a rag, and decided to have a little fun with Isadore, his only customer and potential source of amusement. "Isadore, I been thinkin' me dat dere's four doors in this saloon."

Isadore said, "Mais, Theophile, I t'ink you wrong, yeah -- dere's only the front door and the back door - and dat's only two doors. Oh, kooyôn me! I forgot myself, me, I'm IsaDORE, dat's t'ree doors, foh shore! But dey don't got no fourth door!"

"Well, Isadore, I'll bet you twenty dollars that there are four doors in this saloon," the bartender said.

"Okay," Isadore said, "I'll take that bet. I can use that extra $20 for the fais-do-do to spend on Marie. She likes beaucoup the sloe gin and coke things, and dey cost plenty, yah!" Isadore put his twenty dollar bill on the bar alongside the bartender's.

The bartender said, "Okay, Isadore, dere's the front door, that's one, dere's the back door, dat's two, dere's you, Isadore, dat's t'ree, and dere's the cuspidor, dat's four!" And with an exultant swoop, the bartender picked up the two twenty dollar bills.

Isadore was crushed. He thought to himself, "Mais, I needed that money for Marie's drinks." And he said to the bartender, "Oh, dat's bad, yah! Me, I don't know if I got enough money to bring Marie to the fais-do-do."

The bartender, taking pity on Isadore, said, "Don't worry yourself, Isadore. Here's comes Gaspé. You can make the bet with him and get your money back."

Gaspé sat down next to Isadore. Isadore said hello to him in a distracted sort of way. Gaspé said, "Comment sa vais, Isadore?"

Isadore said, "Gaspé, I just been telling Theophile here that his saloon has four doors. He doesn't believe me, what you t'ink?"

Gaspé look around and said, "Mais, dey got only two doors in this saloon, I guarantee!"

Isadore pulled out the last twenty in his wallet and laid it on the bar, "Gaspé, I'll bet you dat dere are four doors in this saloon."

Gaspé put up his twenty and said, "Okay, I'll take your bet. Prove it!"

Isadore said, "Well, dere's the front door, dat's one! Dere's the back door, dat's two! Dere's me, Isadore, dat's t'ree!" And pointing dramatically at the brass object on the floor, he said, "And dere's the . . . dere's the . . . . . . dere's the . . . Dat damn SPITOON done cost me FORTY DOLLARS today!"

[Notes: Cajuns don't care much for words - nobody ever caught a fish with words - and having two words, one with two syllables and one with three syllables for the same thing, they'll universally use the one with two syllables exclusively. Thus, Isadore had a problem with the word, cuspidor, and remembered spitoon.

That reminds me of a story of Bob who heard that his friend, Fred, brought home an ice chest full of fish every time he came back from fishing, so he asked to go fishing with his friend. When they arrived at their fishing spot, Fred took out a stick of dynamite and lit the short fuse. Bob began to berate Fred severely about how cruel, illegal, and unsportsmanlike it was to fish with explosives! Fred threw the dynamite with the short, sparkling fuse to other end of the boat into Bob's hands and said, "You wanta talk or fish?"

The Cajun word for a dance is fais-do-do, pronounced as FAY- DOUGH- DOUGH,which stems from the Cajun phrase Momma used to tell us to go to sleep. In Cajun "fais dorme" literally means "make sleep" or simply go to sleep. With doubled "do" sound, the "r" is silent, it becomes in kid talk, "fais-do-do", or sometimes we heard, "make do-do". In Cajun towns when parents went to a dance, they took the kids. The kids were instructed carefully that the parents were going dancing and drinking and the kids were going to sleep, i.e., make do-do, and thus the name of the dances came to have the title, "fais-do-do". Cajuns knew how silly it is to tell kids NOT to do something, so instead of focusing on what they wouldn't be allowed to do, i.e., run around the dance floor, the parents got them to focus on what they were going to do, fais-do-do, sleep!

Another great Cajun word I heard all my life is kooyôn. It has no direct English equivalent. It is pronounced like "KOO as in coon, and YAHN with the silent "n" (rhymes with the French word "bon"). It means "crazy" or "dumb" or a little addled in the head, or all the meanings together. It's never really taken as an insult by a Cajun, as being kooyôn at times is accepted as a ubiquitous human condition.

"Comment sa vais" means "How's it going?" in Cajun, a very typical greeting in South Louisiana among Cajun folks even today.]

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5. WEBSITE ADDITIONS for October
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Most of my webpage activity for September has been in getting DOYLETICS.COM listed in the various Search engines to increase exposure. If any of you reading this has a website that you would be willing to post a small banner with a link to doyletics.com, let me know and I'll send you the graphics, etc, you will need.

A key element of what makes a speed trace unique is its ability to extirpate unwanted doyles that may present themselves as feelings, emotions, illnesses, depression, tones of voice, among other things. The verb extirpate is the perfect word for describing the outcome of a speed trace because it derives from "ex" which means "to remove" and "stirps" which means trunk or root -- thus extirpate means "to pull out root and branch".

Pop therapies abound that allow one to remove some unwanted feeling in a certain context, but only a speed trace, whether consciously or unconsciously performed, will allow one to extirpate the unwanted doyle. If you haven't yet, check out the Golden Leaves metaphor that explains about how removing one doyle can create multiple areas of improvement in your life:

http://www.doyletics.com/goldenls.htm

I added a question to the very top of the Frequently Asked Questions page to the effect, "If this stuff is true, how come nobody knew about it before now?" Check out the Question and the Answer.

http://www.doyletics.com/faq.htm

On our Good Mountain Press Review Index Page, I've added an Author's Note which may answer a question some of you have: why I read so many Rudolf Steiner books.

Check it out at the top of this page:

http://www.doyletics.com/arjrevs.htm


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6. World-Wide Doyletics List
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We now have over 22 subscribers to the World-Wide Doyletics List, with subscribers from Switzerland to Australia and points in-between. There were 25 messages in the past month, or about one a day. To read the messages already posted, go to:

http://www.topica.com/lists/doyletics/read

If you'd like to subscribe to the list, go to doyletics main page and fill in email at bottom in Topica.com logo.


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7. REVIEWS and ARTICLES for October:
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1.) ARJ2:

And for my Good Readers, here’s the new reviews and articles for this month. The ARJ2 ones are new additions to the top of A Reader’s Journal, Volume 2, Chronological List, and the ART ones to A Reader’s Treasury.

From Beetroot to Buddhism by Rudolf Steiner

2.) ARJ2: From Beetroot to Buddhism by Rudolf Steiner

What would Steiner have to say about Fonzie on "Happy Days"? When's the best time to eat beets? When did crosses with a crucified Christ on them begin appearing in churches? What's the meaning of the Tree of Life in the Caballah? Is living next to a graveyard good or bad for you? These and other questions are answered in this collections of talks Steiner gave in 1924. [I asked the Fonzie question and answered it with an insight from Steiner's writings.]

Read it all at:
http://www.doyletics.com/arj/fbtbrvw.htm

2.) ARJ2: Building Stones for an understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha by Rudolf Steiner

The Spiritual Science of Rudolf Steiner is full of insights and explanations for things that the written dogma of various churches have little explanations for. Ask for an explanation, and you get a platitude instead. Ask for evidence, and there is none available, so you are admonished to accept it on "faith" if you are to be a good Christian. Soon you get the impression that the church person you're talking to thinks that something is "wrong" with you because of your questions. This reminds me of the wonderful story by Raymond Smullyen, "Planet Without Laughter". On this planet everyone was serious and no one ever joked or laughed. Almost no one. There were a few strange ones who occasionally laughed and joked. They were called "laughers" and were promptly hospitalized. They were "treated" by injecting them with a drug that caused intense pain which caused them to scream constantly, and this cured the laughter. That something similar will happen in about 4,000 years to those who find their truths in Spiritual Science is no laughing matter.

[page 91] People imagine that those who strive to arrive at the truth by meansof Spiritual Science can be met with the weapons of scorn and ridicule that often pass for criticism. In the Sixth epoch they will be treated medically!

Read the Review at:
http://www.doyletics.com/arj/bsumgrvw.htm

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8. Bobby's Novel to be published soon!
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"The Spizznet File - An Adventure in Inter-species Communication" will be published by a division of Random House soon! In this science fact-fiction novel you'll learn how dolphins speak "pictures" and how humans can create a way to speak to them. I'll keep you posted on the book's progress through the publication channels, and when you can buy a copy for yourself. Till it appears in your mail box, you'll have to communicate with dolphins the old way - with clicks and whistles.

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9. CLOSING NOTES:
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