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Creative fiction
« on: June 15, 2019, 04:23:36 AM »
Haven't posted anything like this in a while....here you go

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This is the premise for a creative piece of fiction based on Greek Myth in the common era.

Some knowledge of Greek Mythological characters will help.

The book or movie is part psychological thriller, part comedy, part sex romp and part fantasy, part crime novel, part sci fi novels.

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The time is ancient Greece. Zeus has been populating the world with demimgods and being a very randy little bugger, as is his want. The other Greek gods, notably his wife decide on a humourous way-for them at least-to get him back.

Kronos, God of time, sends Zeus far into the future onto an Earthlike planet with life much like on Earth. The other Gods change him into human form, and remove all memory of his godhood. They also mark him with an invisible sign that warns all men and women to feel some kind of lack of sexual attraction near him.

The planet he was placed on has an entirely different religious history and they prime Zeus mind for an adherence to a particular cult that does not believe in sex. It is a cult that has a strong following due to its apparent supernatural power of 'making things happen' through the wishes of the adherents.

Two Greek gods stay on the planet to monitor Zeus, and report back all the humourous tricks they play on him. See for example, each night he sleeps they do two things. They bring nightly female visitors who willingly sleep with him, fall pregnant, and then they blank his mind of all memory of it. The women give birth to powerful, successful demi gods and are very happy with the outcome. Zeus however knows nothing of this.

Zeus goes through his day to day life looking at all the randy buggers on the planet seeming to have a great time, not knowing that over the course of a thousand years the whole planet is populated with his children.

Not only that but he is frustrated by his daily lack of success with the ladies.

The two gods who stayed to monitor, once the world is fully populated with his children begin to reveal to him parts of the secret, though he still doesn't know who he really is, or what he gets up to at night.

In fact he is one of the most devout adherents of the religion he was primed to follow at least until middle age.

One day, he goes to get a dna test to check his family history. The results come back as "more testing needed", however a letter from the courts of all the lands arrives asking for a back log of family support payments for the millenia of children he fathered but took no responsibility for.

He is sent over the edge and asks to see a counsellor. The counsellor uses hypnosis and undoes the memory wipe that has been peformed.

What happens next.....could be anything.....

Nice story eh?


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Re: Creative fiction
« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2019, 05:22:34 AM »
So the God of thunder was sent in to the future by the Klingon home-world and each time he had a shag his memory was wiped. He was also monitored by two perverts who were "documenting" his experience ( making porn films ) and the planets population ended up being all his kids.

Many questions with this story...

How does a worlds population become populated by one male?. Sure he can pop a Viagra but there are only so many swimmers in the pond.
What are all the other males doing?.
Also over time this becomes a complete incest story as his kids can only facilitate the population growth by mating within themselves?.
Zeus then mates with more of his offspring to increase the population? - This is sickening so the God of thunder becomes the God of chunder.

Or is the moral of the story "We are all God's children"? :o


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Re: Creative fiction
« Reply #2 on: June 15, 2019, 06:24:00 AM »
Yeah well you've got to wonder how he can possibly get a fair hearing if every living being is his child!

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Re: Creative fiction
« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2019, 06:41:59 AM »
Yeah well you've got to wonder how he can possibly get a fair hearing if every living being is his child!
Yeah I got that but as as a coder I'm always in a recursive cause and effect thought mentality. 2 + 2 doesn't always equal four if the variables are open to effect :)
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Re: Creative fiction
« Reply #4 on: June 24, 2019, 04:22:46 AM »
Another creative fiction..

From my journal..

Battle of the bots - fiction premise - 2019-06-24
Battle of the bots - fiction premise

Two software companies, A and B.

A is a little family run business with a eccentric genius designing and creating their product of artificial human 'A' as a basic service bot.

B is a large multinational business who also manufactures state of the art humanoid bots with all the best money can buy, bots 'B'.

Company B wants to put company A out of business.

Various business and legal wrangling takes place.

Eventually a wager is decided to determine the outcome.

Company A will pit one of its models, an older reliable model, up against the wiles and smarts of an entire army of company B models.

The goal:to prove some point about the superiority of A models versus B models in a very unfair fight, despite the huge resources at the disposal of company B to prove the simple design of A will forever stand the test of time.

The contest is then setup. A town is manufactured and populated with B models. A singular model A is placed in the world.....and so it begins.

Here is an example of A versus B (bit of humour) (video might be too risque for the office....from austin powers)