The Fludd Of Tears

 

 

The Rainbow Valley Of Daath.

Into the Valley of Daath rode the six hundred.

 

 

And the sunken Village.

 

 

 

A Robert Fludd of Tears.

It’s a world of symbols and how the external reflects the internal. The subconscious speaks mainly in images.

From Wiki :

Robert Fludd, also known as Robertus de Fluctibus (17 January 1574 – 8 September 1637), was a prominent English Paracelsian physician with both scientific and occult interests. He is remembered as an astrologer, mathematician, cosmologist, Qabalist and Rosicrucian. Fludd is best known for his compilations in occult philosophy.

 

Yesterday I was directed to Robert Fludd who was a famous occultist. I opened the door first thing this morning and there was a ladder on the Tremayne Balcony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And other examples of external physical symbology mirroring the subconscious.

 

 

 

 

 

The Hanging Gardens Of Babylon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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11 thoughts on “The Fludd Of Tears

    1. Very clever πŸ™‚

      Seriously seriously weird sensation or is it Siriusly Siriusly weird. Feels and looks like I’m on the ocean floor.

      From Wiki :

      Dogon religion and creation mythology says that Nommo was the first living creature created by the sky god Amma. Shortly after his creation, Nommo underwent a transformation and multiplied into four pairs of twins. One of the twins rebelled against the universal order created by Amma. To restore order to his creation, Amma sacrificed another of the Nommo progeny, whose body was dismembered and scattered throughout the universe. This dispersal of body parts is seen by the Dogon as the source for the proliferation of Binu shrines throughout the Dogons’ traditional territory; wherever a body part fell, a shrine was erected.

      In the latter part of the 1940s, French anthropologists Marcel Griaule and Germaine Dieterlen (who had been working with the Dogon since 1931) wrote that they were the recipients of additional, secret mythologies, concerning the Nommo. The Dogon reportedly related to Griaule and Dieterlen a belief that the Nommos were inhabitants of a world circling the star Sirius (see the main article on the Dogon for a discussion of their astronomical knowledge). The Nommos descended from the sky in a vessel accompanied by fire and thunder. After arriving, the Nommos created a reservoir of water and subsequently dived into the water. The Dogon legends state that the Nommos required a watery environment in which to live. According to the myth related to Griaule and Dieterlen: “The Nommo divided his body among men to feed them; that is why it is also said that as the universe “had drunk of his body,” the Nommo also made men drink. He gave all his life principles to human beings.” The Nommo are also thought to be the origin of the first Hogon.

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