(urth) Grand Unified Theory
dstockhoff at verizon.net
Wed Sep 1 15:34:46 PDT 2010
I'd propose a body-possessor rather than a shapeshifter. A
body-possessor can be killed if its body is killed.
However, I'd still want to know why Typhon couldn't move to another
body. So it's not a perfect theory.
On 9/1/2010 5:57 PM, Lee Berman wrote:
>> Antonio Marques- I wonder how a shapeshifter able to do pretty much anything
>> biologically-wise fits into the whole having a head of his grafted onto
>> a man's body, not being able to control it fully and then dying because
>> someone stabs the man's head.
>> David Stockhoff-Bingo.
> Who says a shapeshifter can do pretty much anything, biologically-wise? Take the
> Inhumi. Quite limited in many ways, biologically. They can do things we cannot do,
> but vice versa is also true. But, they are good manipulators and can get us to do
> things for them which they cannot do themselves.
> Are you sure Typhon's head is dead, down there under the mountain? (the mythological
> Typhon remains immortally trapped under a mountain to this day). ;- ).
> Anyway, my theory explains why Typhon does not have a saint name, why he has
> clairvoyance and telepathy, why he is so powerless when his slaves have deserted him
> what the mandragora is and why Abaia etc. are defeated with the creation of Ushas.
> If you have a better theory on Typhon which explains these things or other things I am
> interested in hearing it. Perhaps it will include the cellular biology my theory is
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