24 Nov 2012

Alicia's Keys: Girl on Fire

Wonderful consciousness in this one, and of course the amusing 1940s-flavoured Stargate in the beginning.

5 Feb 2012

Kindred Spirit/I Drove All Night

"Kindred Spirit"

If you think you're hearing something
And you can't think what it is
If you feel a quiet longing
Lift your heart into the wind
There you'll find my kindred spirit
There you'll meet me as a friend
It is just a kindred feeling
And a song to let you in...

What happens if we apply the phrase "The Perfect Humans travel in light-form from the Galactic Centre to various locations" to the song I Drove All Night? Maybe Cyndi Lauper already did that...

(Note: some mature concepts)

The lyrical story seems to be almost a carbon-copy of Mihai Eminescu's "The Lucifer" (who is driven by desire). One of my friends has a recent art project: The Archangels, and several of them are women (yep, it's canon if you know where to look: it is titled "temperament" and/or "preferred form"). They may very well drive all night as we speak... The Galactic Centre is often referred to as a "City".

19 Jan 2012

Travelling in "Inception"

I have always found the transformative Gates from Sumerian myth fascinating, and especially the idea that Earth was not a realm of death. Given that characters are still able to be killed, I would venture the suggestion that most of the experiences told about in the non-death mode were those of the Faerie Race. Mortal humans come into it in different ways and, for the most part, experience the Faeries as haughty and extremely polarized (typical of a civilization's end times).
The Gates document the levels on which the psyche exists. Inanna, Goddess of Love, is able to travel (project) through the Universe by contracting and expanding her awareness.
Recently, I sensed that the film Inception (starring Leonardo DiCaprio) could be related to these stories of Descent and Ascension through the levels of "dream" (existence). I specifically enjoyed the depiction of the event speed difference in those levels - a reference to Frequencies?