Monday, July 28, 2014

Type 1 -- Part Deux

Little Ol' Loquacious Moi, raveling and unraveling the great cosmic in need of a Dyson-ing carpet of spacetime once more, with the Type1 Radio Lounge Gang.  Joined by my non-verbal but brilliant friend Alex Fulton.  Thomas Sheridan pops in too.

Proceed at your own risk.

Monday, July 21, 2014


Please feel free to accuse me of Occult Hand Signs.  But sometimes a scratchy ear and a badly rolled cigarette are just what they appear to be.

Saturday, May 31, 2014


For all fans of film history... this is a groundbreaker.


Tuesday, May 27, 2014

VALIS, now with more VALIS: Update More VALIS Added After Publication... I mean, I'm talking VALIS here people

This is the final part of a three part series on Free Will, Choice, and the VALIS HYPERCUBE.

Here is part One and Two.

Part Three provides a description of VALIS as given by PKD, followed by an easy peasy divine math breakdown of the design of the CUBE works, along with a justification established by the anthropology of primate social groupings.

I am of the firm belief that the model I present could very well be accurate.  I think it is.  Enhanced by my interpretation of the quality of WILL and the value of CHOICE, I am basically saying that the VALIS HYPER CUBE is The Hotel California.  It could be Heaven or it could be Hell, to which I add that, for a single individuated soul, for a human being, it can not be both Heaven and Hell at the same time.

Of course, this matter may be beyond the wispiest subtlety.  I am glad to be corrected and thusly correct.  There is so much more.

You can check out any time you like...

...but you can never leave.

In terms of regular old sync, my facebook friend JP sent me this image he found while on a sort of sync-walk (what walk ISN'T a sync-walk?!?).  It shows a Water Main Cover, a Circle shape, with a matrix relief of a lattice square with a 16x16 limit.


Update:  An Added Detail.  This 16x16x16 Cube can be rotated upon it central axis to any possible position available inside of the sphere.  The number of such positions is Cantor Manifold 3+.  Infinity, on top of infinity on top of infinity.

These new positions can be scanned, replicated, and then fixed, while the original cube moves back to its original position.

The widely accepted total world human population across history is, at the upper limit, a suggested 110 Billion Souls.

This could mean that as many as 27 million 16x16x16 Cubes exist in the hyper-arc of human history and consciousness.

I Choosey Freeky Willy

PART TWO: A Real World Example of Will and Choice

Saturday, May 17, 2014

The ShyOnes Of Titan


Massive Dino Bones Discovered In Argentina.

That's right folks, today, Sat. May 17th, on the weekend, and in North America on a long weekend, when na-ho-buddy, NOBODY with any kind of life is following closely the world news--on this day of days--paleontologists in Argentina discover the biggest dino bones like, ev-urr dude.

The photos to accompany this discovery are taken many days if not weeks past from the date of discovery itself.  One particular image shared on the up-to-date TV coverage shows an 8 to 10 feet long leg bone, a bone recovered in three separate pieces, extracted completely from the recovery site, and reassembled on a transport palette.  From the moment of its discovery, this completed extraction is no mean feat of work.  Three to five days of careful, round the clock work.  Minimum.

Does it makes sense the team might wait until the dig had progressed a good deal before releasing this quite truly cataclysmic news to the world?  Maybe. 

But why, oh mighty news agencies of Terra, why choose a Saturday, on a warm weather long weekend, with all the folks gone fishin' or having a tall frosty out by the Bar-B-Q, why you so shy to share this marvellous secret?

Because... Gojira.

About 3 or 4 moths ago, not sure exactly, maybe a bit more recently, there was a spate of coverage aimed the the child of the Late Great Video 80's.  With the understated reputation of "Worst Video Game Ever", Atari's 2600 8-Bit  "free with purchase of console" epic crap off called E.T. was a tragic letdown for many a 12 to 15 year old kid, whose parents would shell out for the console, but not for any of the cooler game cartridges.  The game was so epically bad, Atari pulled E.T. World Wide, and buried the unsold and recovered stock somewhere deep in the deserts of Mexico, for an eternal good riddance .

Now not too long back it was reported the urban myth of the hidden cache of game cartridges was no myth at all.  The long-lost stockpile of  E.T. the worst video game ever, was real, and its digital graveyard was exhumed for all to see.

Down Argentina way, there is the dig to uncover Titanosaurus, and its initial discovery, recovery  and  peered confirmation of its authenticity, simply must run in close contrapuntus with the E.T. game cartridge discovery and dig.

So, in summation.

1. Right now, frittering away the afternoon in AC-chill cinema heaven, tens of thousands of North American children are hunched into their seats enjoying the already well received Gojira reboot.  

2. About three weeks ago, and with some nice parallel marketing to Gojira 2014, the digitized genetic remains of E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial, clad in a silver label and silver box are unearthed in Mexico.  

3. And so soon thereafter in Argentina, on a sunny Saturday when mostly no one is looking, we are introduced to the charming remnants of Titanosaurus, King Of All Kings When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth.

Is this not The Greatest Show On Earth?  The Greatest Story Ever Told?  Are you not entertained?

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

I Smell Erratum

Not truly an erratum but a big error by the old WWWiz.

In my article "Cowboys, Injuns and Boozes" I state that in Stephen King's "The Shining" the character of Dick Halloran is Irish.

I haven't read the book, and in my twisted, tragic mind, I superimposed the character of Red from "The Shawshank Redemption", who,  in Frank Darabont's movie, was changed from an Irish to an African American.

I will leave the article in its original state, to reflect my error.  In spite of this error, I continue to aver that there is an overtly nasty racially motivated message in Kubrick's "The Shining".   I am more than willing to admit that the orientation of this messaging is ambiguous in extremis.

I may be totally wrong, but I am never altogether in doubt.

Thanks to Diane Marie for pointing out this long standing error of mine.