Ex Libris

 

 

 

In 2014 MJ created these ‘Logos’ for me.

‘Ex Libris: From Latin ex librÄ«s – from the books.’

 

 

Yesterday I popped into the Harlequin Library in Red Pill and got into conversation with a sexy librarian who bore a remarkable similarity to MJ. This has continued a recent theme where I am meeting lots of people who would appear to exist in other planes or dimensions and meeting them at different ages in their lives. For instance earlier this week I met a young woman in her twenties and then a few hours later I bumped into her doppelganger and she was thirty years older. This has been happening a lot recently.

The first book I chose to borrow was ‘3001: The Final Odyssey’ by Arthur C Clarke. The next few months could be full on.

 

 

The body of Frank Poole, lost for a thousand years since the computer HAL caused his death en route to Jupiter, is retrieved, revived – and enhanced. In the most eagerly awaited sequel of all time, the terrifying truth of the Monolith’s mission is a mystery only Poole can resolve.

And the second book was ‘Time Out Of Joint’ by Philip K Dick.

 

Ragle Gumm is an ordinary man leading an ordinary suburban life, except that he makes his living by entering a newspaper contest every day – and winning, every day. but he gradually begins to suspect his world is an illusion, constructed around him for the the express purpose of keeping him docile and happy. But if he is right, what is the the real world like, and what is he actually doing when he thinks he is guessing ‘Where Will The Little Green Man Be Next?’.

A few days ago Dream by Wombo created this pic from ‘Existentialist Nightmare’.

 

 

And Joint.

It’s not Humerus.

 

 

Pass the dutchie on the left hand side.

 

 

The shoulder of Lamb.

 

 

Eastbourne.

 

 

The Prison.

 

 

Much of what I am experiencing is well nigh incomprehensible apart from knowing it involves Time and Multi Dimensionality and Multi Consciousness. Day to day life bears very little similarity to the old 3D reality.

 

 

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