The spiritual sister of ditto,
it lets the pastor know,
just how far he can go.

Feedback from the flock—
a barometer of not just his words,
(cited from narrators,
be they reliable or unreliable),
but also the deliverance of those words,
and his interpretation of them.

The secularism of the divine,
the divination of the secular,
is becoming omniscient,
and omnipresent,
in this Age of Technological Trans-Humanism.

The man of the cloth
cannot be divorced from politics;
just as the politician
cannot help but marry religion,
for they are two sides of the same coin.
Heads or tails,
no one knows,
which one has more control.

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