Watering down Autism Thoughts
The odd social ways the lack of communication the assumption autistic are as smart as a sack of rocks is the pretense of modern Autism. In fact if we are not in a group home by the time were 20 modern Autism has failed. LOST let me repeat that word LOST in the facts and the splendor of modern Autism is the Idea we were little professors. BEFORE Rain Man and the Dr Rimland (father of Rain Man) era designer autism those of us lucky to miss the curse of designer autism actually came out of this mess. I have quoted from the Enigma here and I to have written odd strange words, words just like this letter I quoted,,,,,. All we are doing is telling our Picutre thoughts,,, a proper autism school would teach us how to really communicate them. I will rewrite this quoted letter with my figured out autism-see how it reads now?
Autism we found is Einstein working our way down not mr/DD trying to get out. If autism were not derailed with Rain Man, We could have been teaching autistic people the real ins and out of the condition like the older Autism folks like me that BUILD on Temples work have figured out. It scares me to think how close to solved autism once was before it took on a new life in the designer autism era. Old Working autism is everything psychology explained. We have the insight to Stuttering, Dyslexia, mind issues, learning issues, Einstein and much more. You see Autism figured out is the building blocks of the human mind and sadly those researching us are too ignorant of the world they are researching to even ask the right questions. Figured out autism could add a 1000 chapters to the psychology books but alas, that event will never happen as (sorry) humans are too stupid to see the obvious. Now, that I just spoke those words the average reader is "pissed" and just closed his mind to anything else I write. Even the 1600s inventor Di Vinci was quoted as saying something along the lines "wake up you wrenched humans" Di Vinci had a point most humans are just too shallow to do much. We can say that with confidence as we know autism is the DEEP one by one thoughts that compile to form the human mind, Normal thoughts like you use are short cuts of autism thoughts. Thus we see the very insight you lack.
Speaking of Einstein He said something along the lines if you can't explain something simply you don't understand it. Enough said?
Autism Revisited-quotes from Autism's blueprint The Enigma by Andrew Hodges the biography of Alan Turing 1912-1954, father of the computer. His biography is Autism's blueprint older autistic (mostly) followed.
From The Enigma, Page 13.14
"Besides watching daisies grow, Alan liked inventing things. On 11 February 1923 he wrote:
Dear Mother and Daddy,
I have got a lovely cenema kind of thing Micheal ** sills gave it to me and you can draw new films for it and I am making a copy of it for an easter present I am sending it in another envelope if you want more films write for them there are 16 pictures in each but I worked out that I could draw "the Boy stood at the tea table" you know the Rhyme made up from casabianca I was 2nd this week again. Matron sends her love GB said that I wrote so thick i was to get some new nibs from T.Wells and I am writing with them now there is a lecture tomorrow Wainright was next to bottom this week this is my patent ink
There was nothing about Science, inventions, or the modern world in the Common Entrance examination-the public school admission test, which was the raison d'être of School like Hazelhurst. Casabianca was nearer the
**Alan's spelling and punctuation, here and throughout, is faithfully reproduced
pg. 14 "Continued"
mark. In the American Natural wonders everything had to have a reason. But the British system was building different 'thinking spots'- the virtue of Casabianca, the boy on the burning deck, was that he carried out his instructions literally, losing his life in the process.
The Masters did their best to discourage Alan's irrelevant interest in science, but could not stop his inventions- in particular ,machines to help him in the writing problem that still plagued him: "
Original Autism, quoted here is like Alan Wrote, is very similar to what all of in the Autism anthropology, building on Temple Grandin's work did in our grade school days.
Dear Mother and Daddy,
I have got a lovely cinema kind of thing Michael ** sills gave it to me and you can draw new films for it and I am making a copy of it for an Easter present I am sending it in another envelope if you want more films write for them there are 16 pictures in each but I worked out that I could draw "the Boy stood at the tea table" you know the Rhyme made up from Casablanca I was 2nd this week again. Matron sends her love GB said that I wrote so thick i was to get some new nibs from T.Wells and I am writing with them now there is a lecture tomorrow Wainright was next to bottom this week this is my patent ink
( Keep in mind this was the 1920s and the item in question was called a stare-a -scope . It is like a portable DVD player or TV of Today)
FIGURED OUT AUTISM WOULD WRITE, (your Kids could do this!)
Dear Mom and Dad,
Mike Sills gave me one of those new idea cinema scopes. It is the hand held devise where you insert films and drawings in the devise (think roll-a-dex) and crank the handle and the pictures, spin the handle giving you the illusion of motion (we would call it a cartoon today). This simple devise is easy to build so I'm sending one to you for an Easter Present. Each film has 16 pictures you load in the scope. I have drawn a series based on the Casablanca theme "the boy stood near the tea table" the rhyme from the film.
I was second again this week (at something)
Matron (proper name) sends her love.
GB said I wrote so thick I was to get some new nibs (ink tip for old style pens) from T Wells a specialty firm and I writing with them now and using my own patented ink. (you used to have to load your pen with ink before ball points)
There is a lecture tomorrow and I am just too thrilled with that.
Wainwright was next to the bottom this week, that is a good feeling.
With Love Alan
NOTE the Autism Pain Tolerance is obvious here,,,,,, the thick ink, the punching threw the paper are all hallmarks of our pain tolerance. Autistics are noted for horrible writing and until we learn not to hold the pen and push so tight it feels like we are NOT touching the paper or holding the pen tight enough. We don't know and you don't know we are simply grinding our pen in the paper. The words on the paper look "mr/dd" the words the thoughts we do write don't inspire anymore confidence than our writing does. Until we learn to grace our words and water down our deep thoughts we present as retards. Modern autism is all 'gung-ho' on that ideal. Old Autism like we figured out eventually figured out all of this and the few psychology professionals that knew what we knew were about were out flanked by Rain Man era politics in Autism. Unless an Autism 'professional' has been there and lived our pain tolerance and experienced our Einstein thoughts being watered down it is far too easy to assume were that sack of rocks. Oh for the days of old when we were considered 'little professors', and our splinter skills were exploited.
Rich Shull on the Blog Pre Rain Man Autism and Alan Turing- The Enigma on blogspot.com
Look at the model of the Turing Motor on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism.