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Engaging the Eagle and the Star Savoir

Posted in eraserweb - chaotic, eraserweb - expressions, eraserweb - favorites, eraserweb - tarot, Uncategorized on January 31, 2017 by eraserweb

Canadian naturalist Robert Bateman’s apprehension of the grace of natural vision

Conjugation of life’s experiences  into memory has long been a study of anyone who  has wondered about their place in history, or the polarities pressed into geography.

The vision of the eagle is an example of the valence of an expression of life’s vital forces.

The term conjugation is immediately a term that intimates a re-interpretation of order, a chaotic dice roll or subterfugal card shuffle.

To counter the linearity of expressed desire as apprehended by the Eagle’s eye on the world, there is the wisdom of water acquired from the pool of hydro-pneumatic forces as captured by “The Star.” Here we find a congrex of critical forces (sometimes a quotient of gears) that engage the flow of the feminine role of nature in duplicity : both the creator of life through birth as well as provider of wisdom and insight through the fire of intution.

Just as many stars are ostensible nuclear furnaces that may give life to other planets, so too is the star the locus of attention in a self-similar progenation of life or life in miniature.

By understanding different applications of the 5 Elements of Blood, Earth, Air, Fire and Water we can see problem solving in both linear and non-linear applications of biomechanic gnosis.


Light and Lucre for the Stars We Are

More importantly the two approaches become three once we learn the parallax syntax problem solving and triangulation of desire.  This is important to note as there are day to day experiences which we only encounter or engage peripherally and have not been able to find a locus or denominative signative. (In Tarot, a significator).

This is where the biomechanic of the birth of a new day becomes a welcome novation and through this dynamo, memories get made from the mere qualiat experiences which now, through a significat locus, can be said to exist.

Confidence to approach every day is always just a look and a lake away.

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The Circuits of Cyclical Co-Incidence

Posted in eraserweb - chaotic, eraserweb - confessional, eraserweb - expressions, eraserweb - favorites with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 17, 2013 by eraserweb

How do you usually begin things? With a phrase? Like “In The Beginning?” Is Genesis really the beginning of the Bible? Or was it put in place to soak up a messy and more involved sense of history? Were there more occurrences which have been, for whatever reason, edited out of our linear understanding of “First Cause?”

Are these occurrences finding tendency and preference to  reveal themselves to the willing – or not so willing – through the guise of postmodern media? Should we look to time as full of circuits of information, creating orbits of paradigm and paradox of attractor?

A Later Book of Chaos

A Later Book of Chaos

In my first year of university I took up the task of teaching myself about a more well-rounded curriculum – Chaos.  At the time, 1991, fractals were just beginning to slither into our day to day media structures – self-similarity in the form of a TV’s view of itself was going to come to pass, the 80s (which had percolated with self-symmetry) were still a growing hotbed of what would soon be called “New Media Streaming.”  And the bait of the lost books before Genesis? How about the Book of Chaos?

This book, and I use the term loosely gives rise to an Order that later was to find itself called Hunab-Ku in MesoAmerica, The Tao in the East and … well gee I guess this idea of Chaos is still underground in the West.  It was supposed to involve the 8-fold path and so far we only have two folds, can I still get my daily bread?

Did the Sphinx we know understand 8 Mysteries?

Did the Sphinx we know understand 8 Mysteries?

At a point in time very far back we had a different system of data and content-sharing.  Some may argue it was better than the silicon-matrixes we try to work through today.  There was a Tree of Creation, a Tree of Eternity, A Tree of Knowledge and even a Tree of Life.  The AppleStory(TM) falls off of the Tree of Creation (“And what did you want to do with the money…) to the Tree of Knowledge (“I want to go somewhere and forget that I made a mistake, it’s all over the network …) oh so why don’t you visit The Tree of Eternity.

The Tree of Chaos is the important tree in this sense as it’s an esoteric tree for initiates who have developed reading capabilities (extra strands of DNA to those familiar with themes of that nature) that acquire too much power if left “unsorted.”

Those familiar with Quaballist theories of symmetry “As Above – So Below” and “As Within – So Without” will note that the actual structure of the Tree of Chaos, along with the sacred texts (ie; real world blogs of light) weren’t lost as such, and i’ll tell you why …

12 strands of dna

12 strands of dna

When a Chaos Magistrate (a Mage – being male or female, often with androgynity in their makeup) “does their thing” with their Tree they can take things from the world of the material and create new maps of signification which allow others to draw their eyes around objects (such as a person’s face, or an apple) in a manner that can cause a cascade of depth-recognition which later can find corollary as the Gnosis of the Tree of Knowledge.  The story goes that higher-up Mages can do what The Mayans had purportedly done – took physical matter and allowed it to ascend into it’s finer schema of “light.”  This is where, ostensibly, the “Lost Mayan Civilization” disappeared to.  Or, to take the converse point, maybe it’s just a mything link….

The Current Tree of Life

The Current Tree of Life

Back to the Beginnings, as often failed alchemical venturists – or venture capitalists – go to when trying to tack down that pesky fly in the ointment.  We couldn’t all start off as coming from the same Creator, could we? Perhaps genetics involve circuits of light which we don’t recognize (in a plug-and-play manner) because the DNA coupler (like a USB hub) is being systematically edited out by nefarious gloomsday agents with sthivil stherpent schemes.

Some say we all have 12 strands of DNA, some argue that 13 is a more realistically symmetrical number – the 12 thrown around the vernacular actually being a 2 x 6 syncretic composition, the remaining “third rail of genetic power” being reserved for “The Nephilim of Niburu” or other strange, fanciful areas …  The “12 Strands” graphic pictured above is perhaps the cross-section of a “fiber-optic” uplink that a helix of strands can access – you can still have other helices connecting with other “Sephiroth” or “Spheres of Interest.”

The Tree many of us encounter when we’re browing in the esoteric side of the web is the one pictured here – “The Tree of Life” (also the name of a Brad Pitt effort of 2011).  We’re getting to the point where the angelic inscriptions on these trees – and there are many – are going to be accessible in a manner that is serial but not segmented …


until later, we leave it to “Arbitration …”



Frikkin’ Hooked on Fisherman’s Friends

Posted in eraserweb - favorites on March 20, 2013 by eraserweb


You know everyone has one.

They may come in different languages, different cultures have different rules to monitor and modify their usage, different people get known for their presence in the life of the famous. Oops did I spill a hint. They do begin with an “F”. For some it’s a fetish, for some it’s “Favorite” but, for me, this particular preference comes as an alliterative …

I’m a frivolous flavor freak! My earliest memory of these tasty gems comes from my friend Marc in high school (“once Music Director of the University of Guelph’s prestigious CFRU”). Marc has these on hand as a sort of floating monogram of his personal significance. Often offering these things to my I would regretfully decline. I would rather a cigarette at that time. I wonder about my misspent youth, how sometimes you get a jab of home from one (usually two – one is such a lonely number) of these fabulously flavoured fragments of freedom.

Coming from a Roman Catholic background I say these are bits of a lost communion with the Great Sea – not frivolity but faith (doesn’t Faith Under Civil Kindness spell something?).

Where do these flag-fanning forms of (English) flavour favours get made?

The Freakin’ Fisherman’s Friend Factory!!!

Ships and Chips ahoy!

Wag Magazine – December 2010

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