I view Mark's latest explorations and insight as possibly the greatest collection of information for the tribe. The full Global Village. Please take a look and read for yourself. Mark has a kind of futurism that is firmly rooted in scientific and mathematical data, yet has the excitment and imagination you might expect from a … Continue reading Mark Pesce and the ‘Nextbillionseconds’
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Simply put in a quote, I feel these questions help define text from - the book - and the voice of the narrator from that of the narrator him (or her) self'.“Thus, all three extensive epics make extensive use of direct quotations from the actual records left by the past. As was noted earlier, this … Continue reading The Tale of the Tribe and the question of history
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
"When we consider the slow unfolding of information given in the ancient Egyptian language about a secret and sacred mushroom cult over a period extending from June 16th, 1954, to July 6th 1955, with the finding of a Golden Mushroom on July 6th, 1955 we have before us a unique drama. We have wrapped in … Continue reading FQ FLYLOSOFLY QUOTES.
"enjoyable of our mounding's mass, now Wallinstone national museum, with, in some greenish distance, the charmful waterloose country and the two quitewhite villagettes who hear show of themselves so gigglesomes minxt the follyages, (follyages, folly, fake, calendrical inconsistency, hstorical written method and inconsistency with VICO' Bruno RAW Pound Mcluhan Korzybski, "Process" of history)the prettilees! Penetrators … Continue reading Back in the Museyroom. Page 8 of Finnegans Wake
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
"Helmingham Erechenwyne Rutter Egbert Crumwall Odin Maximus Esme Saxon Esa Vercingetorix Ethelwulf Rupprecht Ydwalla Bently Osmund Dysart Yggdrasselmann? - James Joyce, Finnegans Wake P. 78 I have been channeling the inner sap of the fly agaric mushroom for over ten years now, taking her everywhere with me, perched on my shoulder like a parrot she … Continue reading R is for Resurrection:
Joyce and Pound Transformations. Don't be a, I'm not going to! Sh! nothing! A cricri somewhere! Buybuy! I'm fly! Hear, pippy, under the limes. You know bigtree are all against gravstone. They hisshistenency. Garnd ond mand ! So chip chirp chirrup, cigolo - Finnegans Wake, Page 146. Each pioneered a new method with which to … Continue reading JJ is for James Joyce. EP is for Ezra Pound: transformations.
"Ideograms thus have a kind of double focus, pointing to both the world of human activity and to the unchanging patterns of natural energy and fruition. Because POUND was convinced that signs granted by nature itself are infinitely richer than any conventional notation - "and from nature the sign:" (CII:730) - the ideogram assumed a … Continue reading LOTT is for Language of the Tribe: