Two People Falling

2004 12 27 Man and woman finding each other. They weren't looking. Do you understand? Do you know? So... Stage: Two people falling on stage and talking as though nothing has happened, although they just fell onto the stage. They realize they know each other and begin to dialog. The conversation is about what caused … Continue reading Two People Falling

Gone Backwards

2004 12 23 Have spent too much time, a calamity perhaps, on this issue of god. Wonder if death would finally relieve me of this thoughtless burden since I know that He is a She and She is quite different than anything I'll ever experience--in life or death. But it is something I will never … Continue reading Gone Backwards

True Truth

2004 12 22 What is the logic? (Where?) Sexism, for example. Or prohibition of pornography by so-called moralists. What's the point of a bunch of men out there protesting a porn movie house? The only answer to Christopher Marlow being another of W. Shakespeare's work, although he was (supposedly) dead, is that he had already … Continue reading True Truth

Six Basics

2004 12 20 Hegel > it’s all about reason. Nothing else. “Willed congress”—an alchemical wedding. The once spiritually feminine soul was united with God. Someone or something made this spirit FALL into human form which is immediately defiled. This is the way of the carnal world. Eventually her prayers are heard and god rescues her … Continue reading Six Basics

Printers Ornaments

2004 12 19 Wingdings, dingbats, aka “printer’s ornaments”, the origin was to help printers fill space or decorate when printing. Today this is a type of code. Or it’s an undiscovered secret containing code. Priest. Idea: a defrocked drunk turned detective stumbles on the secret of the anti-christ. What happens when twins mate? (Assuming the … Continue reading Printers Ornaments

Fun Of It All

2004 12 18 It is said that apathy is the work of the devil. Yet in a world where parallels cross at will all in the name of something futile (social justice) that/then perhaps in apathy lies (a) solution to all ill will. When work for productivity became chain–like then the first casualty of the … Continue reading Fun Of It All

Careful Planning

2004 12 17 Dear worst-reader. My dear little wrost-(note)book (Moleskine) full of whatnot, it has a fancy but dull hard black cover. What is the sense of it all if it all has been done? No. If it all has no sense. (Yeah, that's the ticket.) Even the question must have been asked a thousand times. … Continue reading Careful Planning

Sistine Chapel

2004 12 15 Imposition. Visit to Sistine Chapel. The Sistine Chapel. The ceiling works almost three dimensional. How could "work" ever be done in this room? Who is trying to be impressed? A statue of Christ gets lost in this space of colorful human history. Colorful human loss. Why does this room work like a … Continue reading Sistine Chapel

Not So Original Sin

2004 12 13 Irony = Francis Bacon's death. FB was inspired by the possibility of preserving meat using snow. FB bought a chicken to test this possibility and while stuffing the chicken with snow he caught a case of pneumonia and died. Original sin. A&E sinned by taking from the forbidden tree of knowledge. They … Continue reading Not So Original Sin

How Defeats Why

2004 12 09 A rose & cross with a distinctive head, bald of skin and a scarred skull bone, stood upon its single leg and waved its handler's arms and said: we live in times when the How has eliminated the WHY. physical + material = mind + soul It was, I suppose, a great … Continue reading How Defeats Why

Psalms vs Palms

2004 12 07 What to do when you think you've been lied to (falls pretense) and then learn finally the truth? When truth is not better than a lie. Much of life must be about this. Or. Oh, buttercup, I wish the glaze you'd put under my chin would hold past my next shower. Soldiers … Continue reading Psalms vs Palms