(urth) Fwd: Re: Urth is a colonised planet
Ab de Vos
foxyab at casema.nl
Fri Sep 29 10:18:36 PDT 2017
They may be colonists in the sense of random settlers in another
country, like ex-pats. But not in the sense of a imperialistic
colonization scheme such as in Cerberus. There is I believe no
indication that the autarch is subjected to the kakogens which would
have pointed to a foreign power ruling. A foreign power ruling
indigenous elites is a sure sign of colonization, like the Dutch East
By the way. Yesterday I read in a piece about Lovecraft that Urth means
'fate' and also 'turn' or 'bend' in Old Norse. The word 'weird' is
derived from it. I was always thinking 'urth' was a simple
bastardization of earth. Anybody knew this? It was a surprise to me.
Fate and the turning of deep time.
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Onderwerp: Re: (urth) Urth is a colonised planet
Datum: Fri, 29 Sep 2017 09:15:32 -0500
Van: Jeffery Wilson clueland.com <jwilson at clueland.com>
Aan: Ab de Vos <foxyab at casema.nl>
On 9/27/2017 4:12 PM, Ab de Vos wrote:
> Probably Urth is a galactic backwater visited by aliens, some of them
> like the sea monster living on Urth. No colonization scheme I think.
Rather it strikes me that Abaia's undines are indeed colonists, or among
them. It's not clear if they are beings who have swum here across space,
or Urthly humans who were given such power with their collossal size.
Jeffery Wilson - < jwilson at clueland.com >
RIP - A&M Texarkana Computational Intelligence Lab
< http://clueland.com/demo/interact/ >
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