Ethnographic Assessment Results

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Results for the Ethnographic Assessment as issued in The Three Futurists include the following.  These results were computed into several optional prophecies:

At the beginning of the ritual, High Priestess robot instructs Young robot to:
-        Live a good life and be kind to other robots and nature
-        suck my toes immediately
-        to believe
-        play the flute
-        stop playing and recover her energy
-        go into the world and learn the ways of man
-        kill all humans
-        conform

At the beginning of the ritual, Young Robot takes a long time to be activated because:
-        it must be programmed to learn from a higher intelligence
-        “culture” had been lost and reconstructing it was difficult
-        she was deactivated by the high priestess robot. Or the flunky robots didn’t know how to reset a flautist
-        her “handlers” appear to be unsure of the correct position for her
-        she is unaware and uneducated of what is about to occur
-        there is some trouble getting her into the right position and able to act on her own
-        lack of lubrication
-        the girls activating her clearly don’t know what they are doing
-        because they don’t know the right position to make her play
-        the young robot needs more coffee
-        the high priestess robot is jealous
-        it is confused
-        they need to get her in the right position to play flute
-        the robot is lonely and needed friends
-        inexperience of the activators
-        she has questions, so many

At the beginning of the ritual, High Priestess Robot chose Young Robot because:
-        she’s gorgeous
-        she plays flute beautifully
-        she needed knowledge transfer
-        Ra, the one true god who rules the sun, told her to
-        she is cute
-        inspiration and creativity is destined by youth
-        she was gullible and alone, searching for meaning to her life
-        she liked the music
-        rather fancied young robot

In the middle of the ritual, the robots get out of control because:
-        there’s been a malfunction of logic
-        an element of balance from music was eliminated, leading to competition between the dancers – instability
-        they know that they too will be deactivated some day and want to enjoy their freedom
-        they know that nobody is controlling them
-        they know they are free
-        the rest of the performance crew has used the last of the meth
-        they know that contradiction is required
-        perhaps the program failed
-        every answer brings more questions
-        over-stimulation due to music
-        the trickery of Loki, son of Odin, who is temperamental and unpredictable
-        the heat
-        they were envious of the young robot
-        fuel is running out
-        of general confusion of direction (yet well practiced)
-        the storm washed over them and their wires got crossed
-        they were enjoying the freedom of movement (like humans)
-        hyperglycemia
-        they believe they’re in control, rather than part of their environment
-        they believe if they run fast enough, they’ll be free
-        they believe in themselves too much
-        they believe they’ve been overloaded with tasks
-        they believe they know better than the high priestess and the music excited them all
-        they believe they are lost
-        they believe their existence serves no purpose
-        they believe there’s been a malfunction of logic
-        they believe they can control everything
-        they believe that life has eluded them
-        they believe the world is coming to an end
-        they believe they are going to die
-        they believe the blue robots were taking over their jobs

At the end of the ritual, the robots become deactivated because:
-        they couldn’t live within the program parameters
-        run out of power
-        cause they hadn’t paid their ‘lectricity bill
-        it rains
-        they run out of battery and oxygen
-        lost contact
-        they threaten life
-        humans take over, technology fails
-        too much interference by man, pollution
-        there is no hope
-        they completed the task (kill all humans) became too cynical, ran out of original music
-        they have got their message across to the audience
-        they’re overwhelmed by the predominate culture
-        they’re naughty
-        they felt exhausted!
-        Fun leads to chaos and happier – we can’t believe that!

At the end of the ritual, High Priestess performs the oracular gong to symbolise:
-        humanising the culture to be in command of life and the future
-        a transition from chaos into order, leading ultimately to silence and the ultimate stability of nothing
-        that young robot can take the bigger flute and play on forever
-        the end of the ritual and transition into a new era
-        the growth and independence of the robots
-        the galaxy is more profound and spiritual than they first believed
-        the art of everything for robots
-        nothing can be complete
-        the sacrificial giving of the bass flute!
-        The end is nigh, believe or die
-        order is restored

At the end of the ritual, Young Robot was presented with a gift because:
-        she had excelled
-        everyone wanted to hear beautiful flute playing
-        young robot was challenged to display it’s increased knowledge
-        Poseidon was feeling magnanimous
-        she needed a bigger flute
-        she was so good-looking
-        she was to play this magical instrument with finess
-        she had succeeded in her initiation
-        she had maintained her cool despite provocation of other robots
-        well, why not?
-        It was her birthday

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