ARGUABLY The greatest single resource for the study of DR. Robert Anton Wilson's tale of the tribe.--Steve fly agaric 23.Marshall McLuhan: Renaissance for a wired world By Gary Genosko.The medium and the magician: Orson Welles, the radio years, 1934-1952 By Paul Heyer.The classic Noh theatre of Japan By Ernest Francisco Fenollosa, Ezra PoundThe legacy of … Continue reading TTOTT TEXTS v2.0
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 … Continue reading FINNEGANS WAKE PAGE 10 AND THE NEW HOLOGRAMMIC DECADE
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I find it hard to describe what I've learnt this week, but I'll share something I started to learn about just today, after reading Mark's 'Hyperpeople' where he writes "MP3 recording uses a mathematical technique known as Fourier Transforms to break an audio signal into its constituent sound waves. It’s like a chord played on … Continue reading F is For Fourier Transfers
"we’ve arrived in Marshal McLuhan’s global village right on schedule. --Hyperpeople. http://markpesce.com/"Share the wealth and spoil the weal. Peg the pound to tom the devil. My time is on draught. --James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, Pg. 579.The following is a dry-toast post, or warm-up for something a little dishy, I'm preparing for the - share this … Continue reading Three quarks for Muster Mark!: Sharing Mayelogic and other thoughts on internet.
The Tale of the Tribe. [TOTT.]An ambiguous and widely missunderstood grouping of FIVE words, or four if you miss off THE'I think the phrase "A Poem including History" works as a helpful pointer. Finnegans Wake and the Cantos'Are each "The Tale of the Tribe" in their respective ways. "Illuminatus! Trilogy" too!These 3 texts when considered … Continue reading TTOTT is for The Tale of the Tribe: v1.0