Car Clues



The Sea Of Love

Last Night I Dreamt I Went to Manderley Again

Here are images of old and not so old automobiles which have shown up over the last year or so. I’m sure there is a reason. I’m not sure exactly what it is at the moment but I suspect it is related to Car Clues. There is a very other worldly energy to the cars and they don’t seem real somehow. Not that much feels real at the moment. It is as if they have dropped in from another dimension.

Time seems to be at the core of them and I believe ancient lost sunken civilisations which are in the memory bank. I think they maybe past and future memory which is difficult for the 3D mind to understand as it believes time only goes in a purely linear straight line from the past to the future. In my experience it would seem to go backwards as well as forward and in circles and zig zags. And it is always Now.





Over the years I’ve discovered hindsight is a wonderful thing and suddenly you get a ping moment and I say ‘I understand now’. It can take time and patience is a virtue. Also Dark City, Men in Black, Metal Lurgy and how eventually the cars will end up in the scrap yard like everything physical comes to mind. Where moths and rust destroy.



In alphabetical order.


AC Cobra


AC Cobra


Caterham 7




Citroen – Tardis


Ford Falcon


Hello From The Other Side






Morris Minor














15 thoughts on “Car Clues

    1. Chris

      I’m told it’s a slow release. I believe we are letting go of very very old stuff.

      All the world’s a stage – Midsummer today. Puck It.

      1. On the ocean floor.

        In the weirdest way possible the Universe has been making a point about Sedna who is an Inuit goddess and Creatures of the Void. She wants revenge.

        The varying legends each give different rationales for Sedna’s death. Yet, in each version, her father takes her to sea in his kayak, chopping off her fingers. In each version she sinks to the bottom of the sea, worshiped by hunters who depend on her goodwill to supply food.

        She is generally considered a vengeful goddess, and hunters must placate and pray to her to release the sea animals from the ocean depths for their hunt. At Killiniq, people threw worn-out harpoon-heads, broken knives, and morsels of meat and bone into the sea as offerings.



        1. Some of this is so weird. I just say ‘In No Sense’ now with a lot of this extreme odd stuff apart from seeing it as a sign everything is connected for better or for worse.

          Lori is in the Morris Minor number plate in the article and the Oh Lori song has been playing around my mind the last few days since it appeared. Manifested probably describes the phenomena better. Half remembered names and songs.


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