57 thoughts on “THE BE

    1. Frank

      Apologies for repeating but, last Friday a week, a couple of rowdy kids ran up the alley behind my house. I paid no attention until I heard the BANG!

      Shattering the window, the glass, the mirror. It struck me as something visual. But sight and sound.

      And Kristallnacht, the night of breaking glass and the NATO Summit in London Dec 3 & 4. And the ‘Turkey’ day question to NATO, “Are you brain dead?”.

      And Winter Storm Ezekiel passing over US. Wheels within wheels.

      I’ve looked at life from both sides now,
      From win and lose and still somehow,
      It’s life’s illusions I recall.
      I really don’t know life, at all. 🙂

      1. Elena

        One of my theories is that the Big Bang is a memory of the original Big Bang. With the Columbia disaster Jenny was in Texas when there was an enormous bang which was put down to Columbia breaking up.

        And background radiation from the Big Bang.

        1. Frank

          I wonder if it isn’t all background noise playing over and over on an endless loop with an occasional update.

        2. Columbia rang like Columbine – the Big Bang and The OA. Back to the BE..ginning. Hadn’t thought about it until now, but shortly Columbia I found my wings and 5 movements later I found myself starting over somewhere else.

  1. Con us, man, with a hoax strap-on
    (Usman khan wore a fake bomb)

    The Pole hero was a cook with a elon-gated tusk.
    (A polish chef with a narwhal tusk stopped Usman)

    A pole star stuck a hoax into the hunter
    (A stripper with a strap-on — I.e., a fake penis aka a fake pole—entered Hunter Biden from behind.)

    Houses of Cards

    1. Anon

      From Wiki…House of cards is also an expression that dates back to 1645, meaning a structure or argument built on a shaky foundation or one that will collapse if a necessary (but possibly overlooked or unappreciated) element is removed.

      Infrastructure will collapse. 🙂

      1. Bridge, anyone?


        Trump card:
        “A trump is a playing card which is elevated above its usual rank in trick-taking games. Typically, an entire suit is nominated as a trump suit; these cards then outrank all cards of plain (non-trump) suits. In other contexts, the terms trump card or to trump can refer to any sort of action, authority, or policy which automatically prevails over all others.“

        “The English word trump derives from trionfi, a type of 15th-century Italian playing cards…
        Trionfi was the 15th-century card game for which tarot cards were designed. In French, triomphe remained the name of the game, while the trump suit was called atout, from à tout (as it were “all-in”).

        ….In most games, trump cards cannot be played if the player has any cards of the suit led to the trick; the requirement to “follow suit” is of higher priority. In a few games, trumps can be played at any time. Playing the first trump to an already-started trick is known as trumping or ruffing; if another player were to play a higher trump, that would be an overruff or overtrump.”

        “The tarot deck contains a fifth suit, known in gaming as the atouts or honours and in occult circles as the Major Arcana, which serves as a permanent trump suit in games played with the tarot deck. The suit consists of twenty-two cards, including a Fool which serves as a highest trump (in Central Europe) or excuses the players from following suit elsewhere.[5]”


          1. Fab riff, Frank!!

            House of Cards
            House of Charlie

            Charlie wants to “strip back the royals”.
            Charlie is the “prince of [nar]whals”?
            Charlie is a “monarch in waiting.”

            The scientific name of the narwhal is “Monodon Monoceros”

            London Monodon

            1. Maybe Charlie will “stab the Queen in the back” meta forically speaking during the great pole schiff

              Things going on it the old red white and blues

            2. Prince of narwhals! That’s very clever Anon! 😀

              Speaking of House of Cards and Charlie. Trump is suited to meet the Royals tomorrow along with fellow Not A (NATO) Leaders. And about the Royal flush – we won’t be seeing the Queen of Hearts on the BP balcony. Perhaps the idea of thinning the deck came long before Andrew?

              1. “PRINCE Andrew was given “horny tea” by a “beautiful woman” hired by Jeffrey Epstein during his stay at the billionaire paedophile’s New Mexico ranch, according to allegations by a new witness. The beautiful woman – believed to be a doctor in her 20s who worked for Epstein – apparently asked staff if they had any special tea that would make the Duke of York “horny” during his stay at the lodge as he didn’t seem “interested in her”, the witness claims.”



                  1. Honestly with all those Heads of State from their Houses of Cards gathered after the sonic boom sitting around the table after sir lance a lot stopped the man on the bridge …you’d think the queen is dead and they’re reshuffling the deck.

    1. And I had an interesting conversation on Friday with a friend who is into nutrition and various energy healing techniques. We were discussing about what we don’t know such as if personal healing is really collective healing and how the personal and collective entwine.

    2. Monster Typhoon ‘Kammuri’ is due to hit the Philippines.

      Kammuri is the Japanese term for the Corona Borealis constellation of stars.


      ‘Corona Borealis is a small constellation in the Northern Celestial Hemisphere. It is one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd-century astronomer Ptolemy, and remains one of the 88 modern constellations. Its brightest stars form a semicircular arc. Its Latin name, inspired by its shape, means “northern crown”.


  2. The candlestick maker

    “A candlestick chart (also called Japanese candlestick chart) is a style of financial chart used to describe price movements of a security, derivative, or currency.”


    “Candlestick charts originated in Japan over 100 years before the West developed the bar and point-and-figure charts. In the 1700s, a Japanese man named Homma discovered that, while there was a link between price and the supply and demand of rice, the markets were strongly influenced by the emotions of traders.“

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