Hey kids! RAW lets loose with a bit of James Joyce in this rough collage by Andre Perkowski… For this was a stinksome inkenstink, quite puzzonal to the wrottel. Smatterafact, Angles aftanon browsing there thought not Edam reeked more rare. My wud! Music by Oz Beckers and Andre Perkowski.
Interestingly, Baudrillard’s collapse of poles operates on dynamics similar to those expressed in Giordano Bruno’s Cause, Principle and Unity, whose coincidence of contraries extends binary values, like macro and micro, to such an extreme that they become equal, like two antithetical objects travelling in opposite directions on a single line that becomes a circle (8). As is well known, Bruno’s theory of the coincidence of contraries plays a substantial role throughout Finnegans Wake. Besides the fact that his name is often referenced and that merging binary values are frequently represented through Shem and Shaun, Issy and her mirror image, between father and sons, and mother and daughter–in all manner of conflicts familial or epic–the paradoxical function of Bruno’s theory surfaces in numerous aesthetic and epistemological issues in Finnegans Wake. The Museyroom, overture and prelude to all that follows, plays a pivotal role in complicating a system of differentials like past/present, factual/fictive, and inside/outside, thus exposing historiography and archive practices to the labyrinthine effects of paradox and inversion. — http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/main/essays.php?essay=mcfeaters
I’ve come up with a set of rules that describe our reactions to technologies:
1. Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works.
2. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it.
3. Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things.”–Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt
Maybe Pegasus sent an air burst to earth
a fireball to shock and strike fear into humanity
and distract them from their food?
Maybe Darpa and co. were testing a new weapon
that fizzled out, and/or was shot out the sky
by Russian MIG’s or Thor’s bolt?
NASA sound out of their whig
spouting “PURE COINCIDANCE!
it seems like puritanical
nonsense from the Dark Ages to me.
How can a spokesperson get away with such
conjecture works best
when based upon statistical
NASA should know better
and speak eloquently to the world, not just like
carbon copies of Enron’s spokespeople
or a Tesco supervisor.
Footnote 1. The Russian Air Burst.
Footnote 2. Pure Coincidence, not related in any way.
Footnote 3. The Pope and Putin toast to the meteorite.
Footnote 4. Meteoric coincidence and back to the question of meaning
The Russian Air Burst event.
“coincidence may be more earthshaking than telekinesis. There have been coincidenses so dramatic, so symbolic or so wildy improbably that they have aroused feelings of the uncanny in scientists and laymen alike for generations.”–Robert Anton Wilson. The Physics of Synchronicity, Coincidance p.g 148.
It’s like a huge camera flash in the sky, like an atomic blast or the explosion of tons of TNT. It’s like a rocket, like a ball of fire. But what WAS it that streaked through the sky? A meteorite! I hear you thinking. Well yes, most probably a meteorite, but the other possibilities should not be ruled some concerning the global military industrial complex and the development of space weapons and earth based super-guns? Other reasons for considering the smaller probabilities about WHAT and WHY, and HOW include creative thinking and deductive reasoning. Like the controversial Russian M.P who implied that is was not a meteorite but in fact a new American super-weapon test that resulted in something flying across the sky and exploding. Wow, maybe some Hollywood lawyers will be knocking at his front door tonight? great for the news vultures.
The on-going hunt for the fragments and pieces of the meteorite, and/or super weapon are also interesting stories in their own right. Each one, as I am writing this, have the very small possibility of turning into a classic H.P lovecraft tale or science fiction fantasy horror story. Who knows what lurks beneath the lake of CHEBARKUL where a fragment is believed to have smashed through the ice there, close to CHELYABINSK where the temperature is -15. What of extra-terrestrial matter exploding in the atmosphere, drifting over the planet, getting into the earths weather cycles and eco-system. All these ideas have been well explored by modern writers, but only a few have begun proper investigation into the Chelyabinsk explosions with an open and playful mind.
I am pulled into commenting on the barrage of signals put out by space agencies, media outlets and space spokespeople about the events that took place on Friday February 15th, 2013, in the skies over Russia. NASA for example, are connected with the rather idiotic and ‘gift to any conspiracy nut’ when Paul Chodas said ““These are rare events, and it was an incredible coincidence that it happened on the same day as the close flyby of Asteroid 2012 DA14, the two are not related in any way.” And “It seems like we’re in a cosmic shooting gallery here. There were two very rare events happening on the same day. Pure coincidence.”
Pure Coincidence! Not related in any way!
(a rant on non simultaneous apprehended events)
Well, they are both space based objects that came very close to earth, one actually hit the earth. From different trajectories, yes. But they came from outer space. They are related in that sense. The term ‘Pure Coincidence’ seems like an insult to any thinking individual. Like ‘sheer coincidence’ or ‘absolute simultaneity’, a ‘pure coincidence cannot be found anywhere, at all, at all’ it is a pretty meaningless statement, and for this to come from a NASA spokesperson concerning such an edgy subject, open to hundreds of tons of wild speculation, signals to me how closed minded their operations must work.
And so, imagine the G20 in Moscow! And the Pope’s resignation, the lightning strike at the Basilica, and the resignation of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, and lets not forget the global war on terror, banking malarchy and police state, surveilence state on the rise! but, what nut would presume to know what the hell is going on? Are these separate events swarming in disinformation by default or are they connected in a more intricate way? Well both of course, but let’s play a game anyway and find out through pretending we are seeing these events through different eyes, in another part of the world where you have never been to. Maybe ask yourself how you would feel witnessing such a strange event in the sky, and if you had no internet or reference library to answer your questions. Here’s a chronological outline of some events over the last 6 days that might make the start of a good story?
11th Feb. Pope Ex-Benedict XVI steps down. Lightning strikes the Basilica in Rome as he resigns.
12th Feb. North Korea test a Nuke.
15th Feb. Russian air burst event.
15/16th G20 finance ministers meet in Moscow.
15/16th Claims of similar air-burst activity in Cuba and California
The Pope and Putin toast to the Meteorite
The Pope looks up from his Vodka and screams ‘Vlad, we’re fucked now’ turning to Mr Putin and waving is frail feminine hands in the sky at the trail of white smoke leading off from a bright object. “Holy Fuck, Oh lord, Jesus Christ our saviour, what the fuck is going on?” the Pope said as the sound of the exploding object finally reached the twentieth story of the remote hotel situated in the boondocks of Russian. “Holy smoke!” vlad exclaimed.
(Journalist talking into a phone behind a truck in Moscow) “listen, it’s a double bind, those big dicks at the war office want more military expenditure either way, meteorite, wrong, or a motherfucking U.F.O”
“Yes, understood, but that’s not your business is it. Just take the pictures, see what you can dig up, and write us a full report in no less than 48 hours, the people are hungry for any updates on this thing, the churches and filling and so are the malls, this is great for FOX, Great for America, keep it up.” Said Jake, sitting in a silver rimmed oak lined chair, playing solitaire are watching the Jeremy Kyle show simultaneously.
(ching, glasses toast a new deal)
Meteoric coincidence and back to the question of meaning.
Only 16 hours before earth’s star gazers were poised for the close passing of asteroid 2012DA14, an unknown, alien meteorite broke through the earths atmosphere and streaked across the sky as a fireball, exploding over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk. The fact of having two special space-rock events, one of which involved the largest meteor strike since Tunguska in 1908, within 16 hours of one another leads me to reconsider their connection, which is flatly denied by NASA and most official astrological spokes-entities.
Like something from a Harry Potter book, lightning was pictured striking the top of the Basilica in Rome on the occasion of the Pope’s abdication, 11th February 2013. What are the chances of this happening? and what are the symbolic references between lightning and religion, between the Pope stepping down and the lightning strike on the Basilica, other than a creepy feeling its produced by the writers of the Da Vinci Code. And at a stretch, we could include the meteorite explosion barely five days later and lean toward extra-terrestrial influences and god knows what.
Both of the above examples are widely recognized, at least, as weird coincidences, or funny things that seem to imply more than their parts, their meaning bonded together somehow bootstraps itself into an epiphany moment, a moment of interconnectivity and meaningful coincidence, or more rightly into a field of synchronicity (a term coined by Carl Jung and Wolfgang Pauli).
However, in the world of public relations and life after the original Snub, some choose to totally and utterly reject meaningful coincidence, such as NASA’s spokes-person Paul Chorod who recently stated: “These are rare events, and it was an incredible coincidence that it happened on the same day as the close flyby of Asteroid 2012 DA14, the two are not related in any way.” And… “It seems like we’re in a cosmic shooting gallery here. There were two very rare events happening on the same day. Pure coincidence.”
To me this highlights the official nonsense and corrupt statements that lead to confusion and chaos in questions concerning science, scientists and what the hell is going on. Although the trajectories of the asteroid 2012 DA14 and the Russian event were different, suggesting they came from totally different places, does not rule out hundreds of possible scenarios we have NOT YET COME TO KNOW.
More generally the inability to treat life as an open question, and an open search for meaning, an on-going process seems to prevent science from moving forward, both in its public relations and in its physical experiments and resulting technologies.
The Physics of Synchronicity, as defined by Robert Anton Wilson proposes superior language technology, where coincidence and synchronicity are the doorways to new understanding, connectivity, scepticism and ‘the universe next door’. i.e a parallel world of ‘science fiction’ language and story that explores the topsy turvy world of the dialectic or Tao of coincidence. Performance by example, See: ‘Schroedinger’s Cat Trilogy, Masks of the Illuminati, Illuminatus! Trilogy. And we find ourselves back to RAW.
“But the growing convergence of data from coincidence hunters and the latest theories in quantum physics suggest that the model that will tie this together will be much more than revolutionary proof of ghosts or of UFOs or even of thought transference would be. We seem to be dealing with a force that is, as Dr Paul Kammerer said, as universal as gravity and without limitations in either space or time.—RAW, The Physics of Synchronicity, 155.
Atom and Archetype:
The Pauli/Jung Letters, 1932-1958
Edited by C. A. Meier
With a new preface by Beverley Zabriskie
Translated by David Roscoe
In his physics, Pauli sought a unified field. But his personal life was one of fragmentation and dissociation. Within one year, his mother poisoned herself in reaction to his father’s involvement in an affair, and Pauli plunged into a brief marriage with a cabaret performer. At thirty, he turned to Jung for help.
Jung, in his 1935 lectures at the Tavistock, offered the following example of dreams effecting change:
I had a case, a university man, a very one-sided intellectual. His unconscious had become troubled and activated; so it projected itself into other men who appeared to be his enemies, and he felt terribly lonely because everybody seemed to be against him. Then he began to drink in order to forget his troubles, but he got exceedingly irritable and in these moods he began to quarrel with other men. . . and once he was thrown out of a restaurant and got beaten up.16
Jung saw that “he was chock-full of archaic material, and I said to myself: ‘Now I am going to make an interesting experiment to get that material absolutely pure, without any influence from myself, and therefore I won’t touch it.'” He referred Pauli to Dr. Erna Rosenbaum, “who was then just a beginner . . . I was absolutely sure she would not tamper.” Pauli applied the same passionate brilliance to his unconscious as to his physics. In a five-month Jungian analysis, Pauli recorded and spontaneously illustrated hundreds of his dreams. “He even invented active imagination for himself He worked out the problem of the perpetuum mobile, not in a crazy way but in a symbolic way. He worked on all the problems which medieval philosophy was so keen on.”17 For three months, “he was doing the work all by himself, . . . for about two months, he had a number of interviews with me . . . I did not have to explain much.” Jung believed Pauli “became a perfectly normal and reasonable person. He did not drink any more, he became completely adapted and in every respect normal . . . He had a new center of interest.” Jung had thirteen hundred of Pauli’s dreams as the basis for his research into alchemical symbolism in a modern psyche. “At the end of the year I am going to publish a selection from his first four hundred dreams, where I show the development of one motif only.”18
The physicist F. David Peat believes Jung’s assessment of Pauli’s state after his termination with Dr. Rosenbaum was too positive. Pauli’s new “reasonableness” didn’t last, and later he again drank excessively.
While Pauli’s work aimed toward a “psychophysical monism,” his intense inner tensions seemed to manifest physically in the so-called Pauli Effect, when his mere presence caused laboratory equipment to explode or fall apart.19 His internal “monotheism” and his sharp critical acumen and tongue earned him the titles “scourge of God,” “the whip of God,” and “the terrible Pauli.” Even in the midst of personal disarray, Pauli kept his stance as a scientist of such rigor that he was called “the conscience of physics.” Asked whether he thought a particular physics paper was wrong, he replied that was too kind–the paper was “not even wrong.”20 Heisenberg’s account of a 1927 conversation reveals that, in his youth, Pauli was concerned about the distinctions between knowledge and faith.21 Heisenberg saw that behind Pauli’s
outward display of criticism and skepticism lay concealed a deep philosophical interest, even in those dark areas of reality or the human soul which elude the grasp of reason. And while the power of fascination emanating from Pauli’s analyses of physical problems was due in some measure to the clarity of his formulations, the rest was derived from a constant contact with the field of the creative and spiritual processes for which no rational formulation as yet exists.22 For Pauli, the creativity of science included considerations of the psyche. In science, he subscribed to the quantum uncertainty theory that the position and presence of the observer changes the perception and reality of what is observed. To that thesis–that one cannot measure the wave and the particle at the same time–he added a psychological dimension, observing that insofar as the scientist must opt to know “which aspect of nature we want to make visible . . . we simultaneously make a sacrifice, . . . [a] coupling of choice and sacrifice.”23 Pauli demonstrated the value of intuition to science’s empiricism. As Weinberg recounted,
physicists in the early 1930’swere worried about an apparent violation of the law of conservation of energy when a radioactive nucleus undergoes the process known as beta decay. In 1932 Wolfgang, . . . Pauli proposed the existence of a convenient particle he called the neutrino, in order to account for the energy that was observed to be lost in this process. The elusive neutrino was eventually discovered experimentally over two decades later. Proposing the existence of something that has not yet been observed is a risky business, but it sometimes works.24
In a metaphysical leap, Pauli referred as well to “forms belonging to the unconscious region of the human soul” and stated that “the relation between a sense perception and Idea remains a consequence of the fact that both the soul and what is known in perception are subject to an order objectively conceived.”25 He acknowledged that he had realized in a dream that the quantum-mechanical conception of nature lacked the second dimension, which he found provided by the archetypes of the unconscious.
It seems, however, that he could not find his way to the uncertainty, the “choice and sacrifice” that allows for reparation within analysis. While Pauli knew “that a truly unified view must include the feeling function, since without feeling there is no meaning or value in life, and no proper acknowledgment of the phenomenon of synchronicity,” M.-L. von Franz said that he later sought only a “philosophical discussion of dreams”:
He wrote to me . . . [and] made it clear that he did not want analysis; there was to be no payment. I saw that he was in despair, so I said we could try. The difficulties began when I asked him for the associations which referred to physics. He said, “Do you think I’m going to give you unpaid lessons in physics?” . . . He wanted something, but he didn’t want to commit himself. He was split.26
Van Erkelens speculates that Pauli would have had to submit to a transference and to a deeper Eros than “his inner urge to develop a unified view of matter and spirit.” For whatever reasons, von Franz and Pauli were not able to achieve the relational bond that holds and contains explosive emotional material and so allows surrender to one’s unconscious and to a suffered analytic relationship.
Jung and Pauli corresponded and later met, not for analysis but for a comparison of ideas–Pauli pursuing Jung’s synchronicity thesis and Jung fostering Pauli’s understanding of the archetypal and collective factors in the psyche. Through their contact, William James’s two fields, to which both Jung and Bohr had been attracted, come together again. Von Franz writes that the
notion of complementarity introduced by Niels Bohr to provide a better explanation for the paradoxical relationship between waves and particles in nuclear physics can also be applied to the relationship of conscious and unconscious states of a psychic content. This fact was discovered by Jung, but it was particularly elaborated by Wolfgang Pauli.27
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The identity of the opposites, a central theme of Taoist thought, is indicated early in Finnegans Wake. The very first appearance of Shem and Shaun is as “the Hindoo, Shimar Shin,” (p.10) a single figure. Through the rest of the book they are split into two figures, but they are constantly changing roles and merging into each other (for instance, in the “Geometry Lesson” chapter, where the Shem-type notes, left side of the page, leap suddenly to the right side, and the Shaun-type notes leap from right to left.) Again, in the Mercius and Justius dispute, Shem and Shaun are picked up at the end and carried off together by ALP. “Sonnies had a scrap,” she says with feminine equanimity.
The two philosophers most frequently mentioned in the Wake, Nicholas of Cusa and Bruno of Nola, taught a dialectic of resolution of opposites. Joseph Needham in his monumental Science and Civilization in China, repeatedly mentions both Bruno and Nicholas as the only two Occidental philosophers before Liebnitz to have a basically Taoist outlook. —DR. ROBERT ANTON WILSON, TAO OF JOYCE.
“Callibrating the binary opposition of phonemes, which provided a central insight into the nature of linguistic meaning: meaning inheres not in sounds themselves – “d” and “t,” for example – but in the contrast or difference between them, so that we can distinguish “dime” and “time” — Margot Norris, The decentered universe of Finnegans wake: a structuralist analysis.
FINNEGANS WAKE BY JAMES JOYCE:
of the lipoleums, Toffeethief, that spy on the Willingdone from
his big white harse, the Capeinhope. Stonewall Willingdone
is an old maxy montrumeny. Lipoleums is nice hung
bushellors. This is hiena hinnessy laughing alout at the
Willingdone. This is lipsyg dooley krieging the funk from the hinnessy.
This is the hinndoo Shimar Shin between the dooley boy and the
hinnessy. Tip. This is the wixy old Willingdone picket up the
half of the threefoiled hat of lipoleums fromoud of the bluddle
filth. This is the hinndoo waxing ranjymad for a bombshoob.
This is the Willingdone hanking the half of the hat of lipoleums
up the tail on the buckside of his big white harse. Tip. That was
the last joke of Willingdone. Hit, hit, hit! This is the same white
harse of the Willingdone, Culpenhelp, waggling his tailoscrupp
with the half of a hat of lipoleums to insoult on the hinndoo
seeboy. Hney, hney, hney! (Bullsrag! Foul!) This is the seeboy,
madrashattaras, upjump and pumpim, cry to the Willingdone:
Ap Pukkaru! Pukka Yurap! This is the Willingdone, bornstable
ghentleman, tinders his maxbotch to the cursigan Shimar Shin.
Basucker youstead! This is the dooforhim seeboy blow the whole
of the half of the hat of lipoleums off of the top of the tail on the
back of his big wide harse. Tip (Bullseye! Game!) How
Copenhagen ended. This way the museyroom. Mind your boots goan
–JAMES JOYCE, FINNEGANS WAKE, PAGE 10.
“Race is the primary site of this account of the Wake, with race discourse, especially in its ‘scientific’ forms, featuring largely. Such an emphasis requires some explanation because although race is a familiar enough concern of Joyce studies, especially since Vincent Cheng’s landmark reading, Joyce, Race and Empire (1995), it is usually worked differently. Most typically it figures in the context of Irish history and postcolonial critical traditions. Here race is often understood in terms of the Derridean binary where the imperial Self becomes conditioned against the colonial Other and vice versa. —http://assets.cambridge.org/97805218/68846/excerpt/9780521868846_excerpt.htm
James Joyce and victims: reading the logic of exclusion
By Sean P. Murphy
“In 1937, Claude Shannon produced his master’s thesis at MIT that implemented Boolean algebra and binary arithmetic using electronic relays and switches for the first time in history. Entitled A Symbolic Analysis of Relay and Switching Circuits, Shannon’s thesis essentially founded practical digital circuit design. —http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_numeral_system
What a warm time we were in there but how keling is here the
airabouts! We nowhere she lives but you mussna tell annaone for
the lamp of Jig-a-Lanthern! It’s a candlelittle houthse of a month
and one windies. Downadown, High Downadown. And
nummered quaintlymine. And such reasonable weather too ! The
wagrant wind’s awalt’zaround the piltdowns and on every blasted
knollyrock (if you can spot fifty I spy four more) there’s that
gnarlybird ygathering, a runalittle, doalittle, preealittle, pouralittle,
helfalittle,pelfalittle gnarlybird. A verytableland of bleakbardfields!
Under his seven wrothschields lies one, Lumproar. His glav toside
him. Skud ontorsed. Our pigeons pair are flewn for northcliffs. –JAMES JOYCE, FINNEGANS WAKE, PAGE 10.
The mirror and the killer-queen: otherness in literary language
By Gabriele Schwab
“There is clear relevance between all these notions, and they all contribute to our understanding of socio-economic change. The Adamses on migration and acceleration, Douglas on increment of association, Korzybski on “time-binding,” Fuller on synergy, Schrödinger on life as an anti-entropic process, Shannon and Weiner on information as negative entropy, and Leary on neuro-genetics, all illustrate part of what we mean by Information Increase. –Robert Anton Wilson, Human Intelligence Increase.
Due to finishing off my Novel that includes the members of RAW’s tale of the tribe scenario Universe, I can’t help but notice that many ideas surrounding the 2012 phenomena – geological phenomena, meteorite strikes, time and calendars, Prophecy, precognition and paranormal phenomena, historicism, cosmology, anthropology and strange alternative ideas to rock the mainstream opinion and poke at the standard model – are treated in a most scientific and rational but far from – dry – manner by RAW. And that’s not news, but I wanted to mention Giambattista Vico in particular – and by default Joyce – due to their correspondence with the principles of world ages – shifting ages – cyclical ages. Here, I guess, might be a good place to start a cross-cultural interdisciplinary study into the 2012 phenomena using Vico, Joyce, McLuhan and Dr. Wilson as quality critters, or guides to processing Maya world ages, the five ages of ancient Greece, Biblical ages, Hindu world age doctrine (Feat. Michael Cremo!), Blavatsky’s Secret Doctrine – World Ages. Bobby has already covered some of this ground too, with his work on McLuhan, Vico, Joyce and RAW. –Steve Fly, Maybelogic Academy Post, 2008.
Joyce’s Finnegans Wake: The Curse of Kabbalah
By John P. Anderson
How do i say it? how to describe the synchro-mesh of tech-support Dr. Robert Anton Wilson has provided humanity?
Well, i am editing my NOVEL at the moment, and i hope this will help contextualize some of my “saying it” but of course its limited. Sometimes its best to let the texts speak for themselves, and so the author, Coincidance:A Head Test. By RAW is possibly my favourite of RAW’s operating manuals for spaceship word. The HUMANITAS shines through on aspects of Economics, Religion, Politics, Science and conspiracy theory with a “precision and research” based language unparralled in 21st century culture, plus a dram’ of HILARITAS and a wind of goodcheer puts RAW at the TOP OF THE TREE for me, regarding the capturing of what it’s like to live in the 2st century – in English.
The big questions for us in 2009 of Consciousness, Mind and matter, Brain and Mind, Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology and social cybernetics are tested and noted in all of RAW’s writings since around 1958. The consistency and the accuracy of Robert Anton Wilson’s choice of quality critters – whom have circled him like a flock of Hawks for over 50 years help to make his reseacrh and feedback all the more credible in 2009 IMHO. Starting with only Giordano Bruno and Giambattista Vico you can see how they’re arguments from way back then are today at the forefront of the majority of crisis, conflict and mis-understanding around the world. Centralization of power and the rejection of poetic myth and poetic history as a form of good statemenshop in favor of faith-based and divinely guided – church/states, for one example. And when these heretical peaceniks are woven into sentences, chapters, books and beyond by BOB they sit, like jewells in a timeless – space – floating inbetween states. A MAYBE. To be apprehended by the reader at any time if thy will, but by no means presented to them defacto! as a noun. A Thing, to either blame or worship as a saviour. Just a better, more intelligent data-field from which to begin asking better and more intelligent questions, hopefully from a comprehensive HUMANISTIC perspective. Thought-Actions on behalf of all-humanity. We need more of these thought-actions in aid of all humanity, like the works of Bucky Fuller, to pull together and put the fundamentalist materialist faith-based fossils into museums and Zoo’s, on display for the public to read and compare.
“It is amusing (or bemusing) to note that binary and I Ching are not only isomorphic to Finnegans Wake but also, as Martin Schoenberger has noted, to the genetic code. — RAW. Coincidance. p. 165.
“i am alpha and omega, the first and the last, saith the lord. — Revelations 1:11.”
“The double helix of the DNA does indeed look like a “strandentwining cable” and it is distincly odd that Joyce seems to have had the ALP and O and 1 binary symbols in mind so long before FW. — RAW. Coincidance p. 170.
“JAMES JOYCE, nominated by Kieren Fallon last month as one he was looking forward to riding this season, makes his reappearance in the Leopardstown 2,000 Guineas Trial today, writes Tony O’Hehir. – http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2006/04/15/1574976.htm
“1911-1915: SB attends a small, private kindergarten school run by two German sisters, Misses Ida and Pauline Elsner in Leopardstown. Shortly thereafter the Beckett brothers leave the Misses Elsners’ Academy to attend a larger school called Earlsfort House in Dublin, not far from the Harcourt Street station. – http://www.groveatlantic.com/grove/bin/wc.dll?groveproc~genauth~56~0~info~chrono
“During the race, parts of High Street, Highland Street, Bridge Street, Ames Street and Pine Street will be closed to traffic.
Hanley said yesterday he expects good weather will bring a high turnout.
The race itself features more than 40 actors dressed in period garb strewn about the course, reading excerpts from Joyce’s most celebrated works.Ê – http://www.dailynewstranscript.com/localRegional/view.bg?articleid=74929
“as singsing so Salaman susuing to swittvitles while as
unbluffingly blurtubruskblunt as an Esra? the cat, the cat’s meeter,
the meeter’s cat’s wife, the meeter’s cat’s wife’s half better, the
meeter’s cat’s wife’s half better’s meeter, and so back to our
horses, – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=116&like=horse
“16. Nora’s handjob was on 27 Aug 1904” – http://groups.google.com/group/rec.arts.books/msg/e4c3ac262ab205b8?dmode=source&hl=en
“The stain, and that a teastain (the overcautelousness
of the masterbilker here, as usual, signing the page away), marked
it off on the spout of the moment as a genuine relique of ancient
Irish pleasant pottery of that lydialike languishing class known as
Why then how?
Well, almost any photoist worth his chemicots will tip anyone
asking him the teaser that if a negative of a horse happens to melt
enough while drying, well, what you do get is, well, a positively
grotesquely distorted macromass of all sorts of horsehappy values
and masses of meltwhile horse.Ê – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=111&like=horse
“my maymoon’s honey, my fool to the last Decemberer,
to wake himself out of his winter’s doze and bore me down like he
Is there irwell a lord of the manor or a knight of the shire at strike,
I wonder, that’d dip me a dace or two in cash for washing and
darning his worshipful socks for him now we’re run out of
horsebrose and milk?
Only for my short Brittas bed made’s as snug as it smells it’s
out I’d lep and off with me to the slobs deua Tolka or the plage au
Clontarf to feale the gay aire of my salt troublin bay and the race
of the saywint up me ambushure.
Onon! Onon! tell me more. Tell me every tiny teign. I want
to know every single ingul. Down to what made the potters fly
into jagsthole. And why were the vesles vet. That homa fever’s
winning me wome. If a mahun of the horse but hard me! – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=201&like=horse
“Time: the pressant.
With futurist onehorse balletbattle pictures and the Pageant
of Past History worked up with animal variations amid
everglaning mangrovemazes and beorbtracktors by Messrs Thud and
Blunder. – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=221&like=horse
“Clean and easy, be the hooker !
And a free for croaks after. Dovlen are out for it. So is Rathfinn.
And, hike, here’s the hearse and four horses with the
interprovincial crucifixioners throwing lots inside to know whose to be
their gosson and whereas to brake the news to morhor. – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=377&like=horse
“Why do you so lifesighs, my precious, as
I hear from you, with limmenings lemantitions, after that swollen
one? I am not sighing, I assure, but only I am soso sorry about
all in my saarasplace. Listen, listen ! I am doing it. Hear more to
those voices! Always I am hearing them. Horsehem coughs
enough. – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=571&like=horse
“And, of course, dear professor, I
understand. You can trust me that though I change thy name
though not the letter never while I become engaged with my
first horsepower, masterthief of hearts, I will give your lovely
face of mine away, my boyish bob, not for tons of donkeys, to
my second mate, with the twirlers the engineer of the
passioflower – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=459&like=horse
“– You hear things. Besides (and serially now) bushes have
eyes, don’t forget. Hah!
— Which moral turpitude would you select of the two, for
choice, if you had your way? Playing bull before shebears or the
hindlegs off a clotheshorse?Ê – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=522&like=horse
that pokar, gamesy, swell as aye did, while there were flickars
to the flores. He may be humpy, nay, he may be dumpy but there
is always something racey about, say, a sailor on a horse. – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=606&like=horse
“I forgive you, grondt Ondt, said the Gracehoper, weeping,
For their sukes of the sakes you are safe in whose keeping.
Teach Floh and Luse polkas, show Bienie where’s sweet
And be sure Vespatilla fines fat ones to heat.
As I once played the piper I must now pay the count
So saida to Moyhammlet and marhaba to your Mount!
Let who likes lump above so what flies be a full ‘un;
I could not feel moregruggy if this was prompollen.
I pick up your reproof, the horsegift of a friend,
For the prize of your save is the price of my spend.
Can castwhores pulladeftkiss if oldpollocks forsake ’em
Or Culex feel etchy if Pulex don’t wake him? – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=418&like=horse
“Saying whiches, see his bow on the hapence, with a
pattedyr but digit here, he scooped the hens, hounds and horses
biddy by bunny, with an arc of his covethand, saved from the
drohnings they might oncounter, untill his cubid long, to hide in
dry. Aside. Your sows tin the topple, dodgers, trink me dregs!
And with the gust of a spring alice the fossickers and swaggelers
with him on the hoof from down under piked forth desert roses in
that mulligar scrub.
Reenter Ashe Junior. Peiwei toptip, nankeen pontdelounges.
Gives fair day. Cheroot. Cheevio!
Off.Ê – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=321&like=horse
“Wickenlow, garden of Erin, before she ever dreamt she’d lave
Kilbride and go foaming under Horsepass bridge, with the great
southerwestern windstorming her traces and the midland’s
grainwaster asarch for her track, to wend her ways byandby – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=203&like=horse
“All Swell That Aimswell, the Cup and
the Stirrup, he sought his wellwarmed leababobed in a
housingroom Abide With Oneanother at Block W.W., (why didn’t
he back it?) Pump Court, The Liberties, and, what with
moltapuke on voltapuke, resnored alcoh alcoho alcoherently to
the burden of I come, my horse delayed, nom num, the
substance of the tale of the evangelical bussybozzy and the
rusinurbean – http://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=40&like=horsehttp://mv.lycaeum.org/Finnegan/viewpage.cgi?page=40&like=horse
Hi. The following passage from Finnegans Wake by James Joyce was published in 1939. [they] say everybody who looks into the Wake finds spooky coincidances and strange connexions to their own lives. As dj fly agaric 23, also known as Acrillic born April 15th 1976 the following singcell page from FW IZ of great significance to me for many reasons > I shall explain myself more deeply soma-time soonafterward. The Joycean word “Woid” is what triggered my recent outbreak of phreestyle “Acrillix” and bogabloggathon for whirrled pist!
” and ours. Fly your balloons, dannies and dennises! He’s door-
knobs dead! And Annie Delap is free! Ones more. We could
ate you, par Buccas, and imbabe through you, reassuranced in
the wild lac of gotliness. One fledge, one brood till hulm
culms evurdyburdy. Huh the throman! Huh the traidor. Huh
the truh. Arrorsure, he’s the mannork of Arrahland over-
sense he horrhorrd his name in thuthunder. Rrrwwwkkkrrr!
And seen it rudden up in fusefiressence on the flashmurket.
P.R.C.R.L.L. Royloy. Of the rollorrish rattillary. The lewd-
ningbluebolteredallucktruckalltraumconductor! The unnamed
nonirishblooder that becomes a Greenislender overnight! But
we’re molting superstituettes out of his fulse thortin guts. Tried
mark, Easterlings. Sign, Soideric O’Cunnuc, Rix. Adversed ord,
Magtmorken, Kovenhow. There’s a great conversion, myn! Cou-
cous! Find his causcaus! From Motometusolum through Bulley
and Cowlie and Diggerydiggerydock down to bazeness’s usual?
He’s alight there still, by Mike! Loose afore! Bung! Bring forth
your deed! Bang! Till is the right time. Bang! Partick Thistle
agen S. Megan’s versus Brystal Palace agus the Walsall! Putsch!
Tiemore moretis tisturb badday ! The playgue will be soon over,
rats! Let sin! Geh tont! All we wants is to get peace for posses-
sion. We dinned unnerstunned why you sassad about thurteen
to aloafen, sor, kindly repeat! Or ledn us alones of your lungorge, parsonifier propounde of our edelweissed idol worts! Shaw and Shea are lorning obsen so hurgle up, gandfarder, and gurgle me gurk. You can’t impose on frayshouters like os. Every tub here spucks his own fat. Hang coersion everyhow! And smotthermock Gramm’s laws! But we’re a drippindhrue gayleague all at ones. In the buginning is the woid, in the muddle is the sounddance and thereinofter you’re in the unbewised again, vund vulsyvolsy. You talker dunsker’s brogue men we our souls speech obstruct hostery. Silence in thought! Spreach! Wear
anartful of outer nocense! Pawpaw, wowow! Momerry twelfths,
noebroed! That was a good one, ha! So it will be quite a material
what May farther be unvuloped for you, old Mighty, when it’s
aped to foul a delfian in the Mahnung. Ha ha! Talk of Paddy – James Joyce, Finnegans Wake – book 2, Chapter 3.