Sunday, 29 November 2009
Sun Ra Jazz Pioneer
"Eclectic, outrageous, sometimes mystifying but always imbued with a powerful jazz consciousness, the music of Sun Ra has withstood its skeptics and detractors for nearly three generations. And well it should, since Sun Ra has been both apart of and ahead of the jazz tradition during that time."*
Egyptian Pharoenic Head Dress featuring Winged Sun Disc inset with Pyramid, flanked by two Cobras
Ra, The Sun God often pronounced as Rah but correct pronunciation is Ré (Ree)
Thoth (Djehuty, Tahuti, Tehuti) Egyptian/Kemetic god of wisdom and learning.
The Book of Thoth Website
Sun Ra - Space Is The Place
Space Is The Place Jim Newman's 30 minute film created in 1970, is full of Esoteric & Egyptian/Kemetic conscious imagery. More info on the official film Website
"Ya'll instruments, every one's supposed to be playin' their part, in this vast Orchestra of the Cosmos" Sun-Ra
"All this from someone who refuses to even cite the earth as his home planet and prefers to have arrived from Saturn. As Sun Ra once explained it, "I never wanted to be a part of planet Earth, but I am compelled to be here, so anything I do for this planet is because the Master-Creator of the Universe is making me do it. I am of another dimension. I am on this planet because people need me".
Equally as mystifying is the fact that Sun Ra has no legal birth certificate. The Library of Congress claims that he arrived in Alabama, U.S.A., and his passport states that his legal name is Le Sony'r Ra, thus making all other names such as Sonny Lee, Sunni Bhlount, Armand Ra, and H. Sonne Bhlount merely pseudonyms."*
Sun Ra's website
*All quotes from www.elrarecords.com
7A3/Cypress Hill/House of Pain/Soul Assassin & K-Day Mixmaster Muggs & Sick Jacken of Psycho Relm
Sick Jacken - Land Of Shadows video
"Look at all the knowledge here!" - Bert
(Ok no Eye referances but Bert and Erni "Amid" a Pyramid...)
"Ernie and Bert explore an Egyptian pyramid. Bert is excited but Ernie is afraid. They see statues that look like them. Bert decides to explore a tunnel while Ernie looks at the statues, and then the Ernie statue starts tapping and talking to Ernie. But when Ernie calls Bert back to the room, the statue doesn't move. Ernie is scared until the statue starts singing Rubber Duckie with him. Bert doesn't believe Ernie, until he says "Bye-bye, statue," and the statue replies "Bye-bye!" and laughs... just like Ernie." description & Photos found here
Bert and Ernie exploring a Pyramid FULL UNEDITED VERSION
"Toet Anch Bert
As we stated earlier, Bert seems to be ad old as the world. Anyhow, that long that we suspect he's responseble for enslaving thousands of Egyptians during the regency of Amon Ra. This foto shows clearly the evidence that he by then already was suffering from grotesque dellusions by creating such a huge statue of himself." Text & photo found here on the Bert is Evil website
Thursday, 26 November 2009
Eye of Re on Robbie Williams site banner
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
Monday, 16 November 2009
Video Summarizing the 1st Quarter of the Eye Am That Eye Am blog
Saturday, 14 November 2009
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
Big Brother (a bit late we know...)
Eye Ball (Camera)
Conditioned from birth to accept constant observation
Conditioned from birth to demand constant observation
"Celebrity" Big Brother
5-pointed Pentagram within a circle, within the eye
Pentagram within a circle, an Ancient Talisman
Pentagram of Solomon, teh Talisman of King Solomon
The Flying Saucer Vision
John F. Michell 1967
"The Flying Saucer Vision is a remarkable story of old legends revived, mythological scenes reenacted and forgotten knowledge brought to light." Book Liner
John F. Michell Author/Artist
Born 9 February 1933
Died 24 April 2009
Stoke Abbott, Dorset
Fortean Times obituary
A copy of The Flying Saucer Vision can be bought here
Saturday, 7 November 2009
Pyramid from above with out cap stone and floating eye....
"One room. Four genius minds. The greatest enigma will be how to survive.
Fermat’s Room (La habitación de Fermat) is a stunning Spanish thriller, winner of numerous festival awards. The film stars two of Spain’s best known actors; Santi Millán (Idiot Love) and Lluis Homar (Almodóvar’s Bad Education and Broken Embraces) as well as the ever popular Federico Luppi (Pan’s Labyrinth), Alejo Sauras, and Elena Ballesteros.
Four strangers, who are all mathematicians, are invited to spend a weekend together where they will be challenged to solve a great enigma. Their mysterious host is only known to them by a pseudonym: Fermat. But the room in which they find themselves turns out to be a death-trap that will crush them if they do not discover in time what connects them all and why someone might wish to murder them." - Fermat's Room website
"Think inside the box..."
Fermat's Last Theorem
The 1670 edition of Diophantus' Arithmetica includes Fermat's commentary, particularly his "Last Theorem" (Observatio Domini Petri de Fermat).
In number theory, Fermat's Last Theorem states that no three positive integers a, b, and c can satisfy the equation an + bn = cn for any integer value of n greater than two. This theorem was first conjectured by Pierre de Fermat in 1637, but was not proven until 1995 despite the efforts of many illustrious mathematicians. The unsolved problem stimulated the development of algebraic number theory in the 19th century and the proof of the modularity theorem in the 20th. It is among the most famous theorems in the history of mathematics. This quote & below image from Wikipedia
Original Dark Side of the Moon Album cover
Recreation of the album cover for Pink Floyd’s classic The Dark Side of the Moon on Primrose Hill
Dark Side of the Moon Album Lichtenstein cover version
"Twitter user RichardBiedul sent out a tweet tonight with an amazing photograph of a light show recreation of the album cover for Pink Floyd’s classic The Dark Side of the Moon. Sky Arts created the display on London’s Primrose Hill to promote a screening of Pulse: Dark Side Of The Moon Live." found here
Video of the photo shoot here
Tuesday, 3 November 2009
Found this strange land shape here
"A remarkable composite picture, in which David Brooks has superimposed close-up views
of the numerous former auxiliary airfields over the 1996 USGS aerial photo,
showing their location relative to Luke AAF/AFB."
A February 14, 1949 aerial view (from the Maricopa County Flood Control District)
depicted Beardsley as having 4 paved runways.
Beardsley Auxiliary Army Airfield #2, Glendale, AZ
The earliest photo which has been located of the Beardsley airfield
was a June 17, 1943 aerial view looking east from the 1945 AAF Airport Directory.
Luke Air Force Aux #3, Glendale, AZ
all other above found here