“And that’s nuclear, that’s hysteria / Ahmedinejad, North Korea
You getting money? Watch your paper chase / Every third or fourth person is CIA
Every fifth and sixth person is DEA / Your best friend will turn snitch to put you away
I’m – I’m – I’m just tryna show a better way / Every other day when your A.K. sprays
April Showers, lookin like they fallin every day / April Showers, lookin like they fallin every day…”
- Wyclef Jean, April Showers
Ken West’s newest update on North Korea Dec. 4 takes into account some of the natural resources of that part of the world.
“I’ve got good news,” West said, reversing many of his prophesies regarding the imminence of nuclear war.
West said the North Koreans have 6 to 10 billion U.S. dollars worth of rare earth minerals in the ground, and that if the nation were to be attacked, Americans would have a hard time getting batteries for their smart phones.
“The whole planet needs (the resources),” West said. “There is not to be war.”
Later, in an uncharacteristic foray into his own identity, West described more about his identity as a “N.O.S.H.ling,” an alien presence that walks among humanity.
“I fear nothing — because my essence comes from a world beyond human imagination,” West said.
West started to describe his own origins by stating that the universe is 13.2 billion years old.
“It’s inevitable that there are humanoids in the universe that are way advanced,” he said.
West referred to an esoteric force behind these individuals as “God planets,” describing them as intelligent entities that have evolved to a plane above the average human experience.
“They have overcome greed, and have empathy for every living creature,” West said, adding that the entities in question do not eat meat.
“They are not carnivorous,” West said. “They can eat mushrooms — because mushrooms are sex organs of a thing that is in the ground.”
In fact, he said, many kinds of mushrooms are good food for the “God-planets,” as well as both N.O.S.H.lings and humans. The key to eating “puffballs,” he said, is to get to them before they start to release spores.
“They’re good raw,” West said. “They’re like portobellos.”
Describing the “God-Planets” and their origins further, West also spoke about an advanced civilization’s ability to capture solar energy and convert it into biomass.
“The science is so beyond humanity,” West said.
In describing an article that he recently read a Christian magazine, West also talked about the future of humanity with artificial intelligence.
“It’s coming,” West said. “If I get rich enough, I’ll be able to download my mind.”
West spoke about putting a chip in a cloned human body, but suggested the science is much more complicated than can currently be accommodated.
“You have to give the cloned one a chance to be himself,” West said.