I’m coming across a lot of open doors at the moment.
‘This is a Megastream cabinet’.
And today I came across another open door and I can’t resist an open door. This time the door to the Telephone E Change. It is a building just off the centre of Reigate and looks empty. It would appear to have been a Telephone Exchange and is now a Telephone E Change.
It’s protected by the SS.
And 1936 and the Crown.
Again I would like to mention that I see these type of buildings and symbolic openings as a reflection of what’s happening within the subconscious mind.
And Luminis is getting back to nature. Going wild.
And Look East and Turning Japanese.
Since I was with Jenny in Texas, the Universe has been pointing out a connection with Japan for both of us, which to neither of us makes a lot of sense but seems to fit with a short stay Jenny made in Eastbourne, England when she was a young girl. East Born is one of those places that seems to have links for more than a few people. Not easy to understand exactly what is being said as it seems like a foreign language at times but seems to tie in with dual personal realities I believe.
And the Power Of Pao. On my travels this strange Nissan Pao car appeared out of nowhere. Fits the pattern.
Reigate Architects and the Way of Pao.
From Wiki :
‘The Nissan Pao is a retro-styled three-door hatchback manufactured by Nissan for model years 1989-1991, and originally marketed solely in Japan at their Nissan Cherry Stores.
First announced at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 1987, the Pao was available with or without a textile sun roof and was originally marketed without Nissan branding, by reservation only from January 15 through April 14, 1989. Orders were delivered on a first come-first served basis, with the production run of 51,657 selling out in 3 months.
Because of its origins at Pike Factory, Nissan’s special project group, the Pao — along with the Nissan Figaro, Be-1 and S-Cargo — are known as Nissan’s “Pike cars.”
In 2011, noted design critic Phil Patton, writing for the New York Times, called the Pike cars “the height of postmodernism” and “unabashedly retro, promiscuously combining elements of the Citroën 2CV, Renault 4, Mini and Fiat 500.”
A few years ago, I went through a period when looking at objects such as a wall from the side, it also gave the impression of looking up and also looking down. Still does when I want to. And this pic in particular has the same effect for me in a similar manner to the Paris scene in Inception. I feel I should be to walk across the side of the building.
Breaking the Fourth Wall. Where does imagination begin and end ?
From A Distance.