Is sex an acronym?

Wikipedia on sex…
Sex is “usually” for pleasure. Not reproduction, not abuse. Which says to me the sacredness is being taken away from sex. It is just another sport, and of course all kids are encouraged to participate in organised sports, just like their adult heroes do, from earlier and earlier ages. Parents and teachers go along with this. If sex has no sacredness left to it, how can we have sexual abuse? There is nothing sacred to abuse. It becomes an everyday activity for everyone. Reproduction is clearly being moved away from sex towards labs and machines. You can see how wikipedia is moving stealthily towards dictating our language definitions and our lives. I think it is set up to replace newspapers. 
SEX…
It is quite hard to find a definition of sex, which makes me think it is a word like POSH, an acronym originally derived from something else. My guess is South Exit. The way out of the womb for the baby. Modern day living leads us away from the idea that a woman’s body is primarily for growing, feeding and nurturing babies. 
Leylines…
I am playing with the idea that the leyline grid mirrors our electricity grid. Which means that Churches, Olympic Stadiums etc are power stations to harness our human energy. I am not sure which way the energy goes, but my guess is that it is at these power station places that our energy is somehow collected in large amounts and delivered to something up in the sky. I think we have spirit energy within, and we can pick up more spirit energy by connecting to Mother Earth. Someone is stealing it. 
Sophie’s Blue Ribbon…
Sophie of Wessex has a blue ribbon on her coat of arms despite her eldest child being female. This has puzzled me. But now I find that her youngest child, who is male, has priority over the throne line. It seems that the ribbon colour represents the sex of the child that is highest order in the line, not the first born. All planned well ahead of course. 
Airports…
They are always sited on energy cross over points, and now I find the disused one in Bath is over an ancient flattened Long Barrow. 
John the Bap Tits..
This is too much of a coincidence. Baps and Tits are both slang words for breasts. This makes me think that baptism represents the moment when a new born baby attaches, joins, to its mother’s soft round breast and takes its first drink through the mouth. Up til now it has been fed by a tube to its navel. This is quite a big moment for a newborn, a huge switchover from life in the womb to life on the OUTSIDE. This baptism brings the newborn safely into the warm arms of its mother. The Big Brother version is an octagonal shape hard cold stone thing with water in that the baby is dunked in by a man, which brings you into the arms of Christianity. 
Neutral sex…
In Germany, babies can now be registered as neutral, not female nor male. Things are changing very fast. And I think the standard heterosexual couple thing that has been with us for a while is morphing to something else. If you trace things back, you find we didnt always have the standard couple. (See http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/10/19/wombless-women/)
The Couple…
Couple is a word that disguises what is really going on. Think about it. What is it that is different about a couple to any other two people together. It is not dinners out and red roses is it? What is it? We all know, but noone says it. It is that they have sex. They are a copule. They copulate. Something else that is coupled is train carriages. One hooks into the other. They are coupled together. 

Mutant Rats…
The news generators are reading my blog. I wrote about the Mutant Rats awhile back, and now they are headlining the national papers. This just confirms to me that much news is generated by computers that trawl the internet, scouring for stuff to regurgitate. And I find other bloggers saying the same.

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