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The Allegorian Tracks Of Wasted Life

In this dark comedy that updates the "Tower of Babel" story from The Book of Genesis 11 and explores the limits of free will during the Laodicean Age, a supernatural Songwriter seeks to enslave humanity by performing “The Song of the Sleeping Insomniacs,” the original song that projected the universe into reality. Freddie Gastling, William Clide, Peter Dioger, Robert Likki, and Stephen Koldewey o...

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Publisher: Benjamin Ashley (February 14, 2005)
Publication Date: February 14, 2005
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the Mechanist Computer Company must prevent The Songwriter from restoring perfection to a broken world that sins have corrupted. The Mechanists seek to "control the mechanisms and the mechanics of the mortal coil to turn the sufferers' screams into songs," but the Mechanists' agenda conflicts with The Songwriter's plans to sing "The Song of the Sleeping Insomniacs" as a vocal virus.The Songwriter's efforts to restore perfection to the broken world become complicated when the Mechanists connect the brains of Dr. Laurence "Larry" Jonker, a suicidal clinical pathologist, and his wife Irene Duvalier, a blind counselor, to the Septraveck. The Septraveck is a musical instrument that Srele, Freytoker, Azeronta, and the other Allegros, God’s musicians, used to sing the perfect universe into existence before humans tarnished perfection with their sins and converted the universe from a perfect song in which humans were musical notes into an unbalanced universal equation in which humans are variables.The mental connection to the Septraveck's "symphony of cacophony" and its "tocsin of terror" gives sight to Irene, who has been blind all her life, and as an atheist who has fallen in love with Irene's faith in light of 1 Corinthians 7:14 and Romans 14:23, Jonker's connection intensifies his suicidal thoughts and insanity. The Septraveck rings inside the skulls of Irene and Jonker whenever they commit sins in which Jonker does not even believe, and as a distraction from the Septraveck, he engages in masochism and delves into the “gravity of [his] depravity” behind the “kiosk of kookiness" as the "cognoscente of concupiscence." Although Irene relies on her faith to cope with the Septraveck's ringing and pressure in her own skull, she continues to suffer from the bromidrosiphobia that she developed during her bout with blindness until Jonker and Irene assign each other the nicknames of “Scabby Cheeks" as a reference to Jonker’s masochism and to The Song of Solomon 5:13 and “Air Freshener” as a reference to Irene’s bromidrosiphobia and to The Song of Solomon 1:3. Despite their different ideologies, their shared connection to the Septraveck becomes the metaphorical “Golden Spike” that unites them in the same way that a "golden spike" united the Central Pacific and Union Pacific of the Transcontinental Railroad.Jonker and Irene uncover that The Songwriter and her mentor The Uxorial, an ancient remainder of the universal equation, are plotting to manipulate their connection to the Septraveck so that perfection can be restored to the broken world to enslave humans as musical notes in a perfect song. The Mechanists construct a living track system that becomes a modern “Tower of Babel” on top of the universal equation in outer space, and as a modern “Tower of Babel,” the living tracks further serve The Songwriter’s interests to restore perfection to the broken world and to transform the universe from an unbalanced universal equation in which humans are variables into a perfect song in which humans are musical notes. While Irene and Jonker explore their connection to the Septraveck, whether “God’s mechanisms” and “human mechanics” are being imposed on the living tracks as a modern "Tower of Babel,” and the “feculent farrago of fatuousness and flapdoodle with a torrent of topsy-turvy tarradiddle on top,” the Mechanists battle The Uxorial and The Songwriter to determine whether the tracks will be pushed across the universal equation to the Guerdon Rainforest or to Heaven to explore the limits of free will during the Laaodicean Age.