The future prophesy reported to surround the highly weird book, Finnegans Wake (1939) can be evidenced here: Chapter 23, page 337. Sounds a lot like Boris Johnson to me, and my sentiment asking for buds, and order. John Bercow anyone. I am incorrigible too. Boris the LOONER, and Boris Johnson the loner. Spot on jim. … Continue reading “Borrisalooner” – James Joyce, Finnegans Wake, Chapter 23. (Page 337)
I contended in "they came to starburg" that the origin of cthulhu is located somewhere in Malvern (Hereford And Worcestershire) now this discovery lends some support...to my fiction. "An incredibly well-preserved fossil unearthed in Herefordshire has been named after a hideous creature from fiction: Sollasina cthulhu." #SeaCucumbers #Cucumbertime https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/cthulu-fossils-sea-cucumbers-discovery-sea-creature-lovecraft-a8862066.html
Reading page 132, of ‘stranger than we can imagine’ by John Higgs, posted to me by Bogus Magus (Toby Philpott), only 10 minutes ago, i had a visitation experience. Probably the closest i have come yet. Let me try to explain. Page 132, begins with‘...was more than just a story of nuts-and-bolts physical space travel. … Continue reading Dragonflies seem stranger than i can imagine.
Fillosofly FLY AGARIC 23: Constructivist Synchronicity? I attribute most of my early independent consciousness research to Dr. Robert Anton Wilson and his book 'Cosmic Trigger' in particular; combined with my will to contact some of the entities from that book, and share my findings with friends, family and local community. What happened changed my … Continue reading CONSTRUCTIVIST SYNCHRONICITY: Steve vs. Fly?