Jedi Council Member
Keit said:Just thought about those red laser eyes and the fact that the author lost his eye and later was killed by his creation...
Dark Knight comes to mind.
Q: Okay, he suggested that I look at Pouisson's painting 'Winter,' for clues. A; Yes, go see the painting mentioned. There are strong connections between this and both the Denver International Airport Murals, and the suggestions we gave you for your inground pool design!
Q: Well, he described it as a figure of Noah clinging to a horse between two pillars. Other than the alchemical symbols I have discovered through etymology and philology, for the horse, what other implications does this figure suggest?
A: Maybe it is something about either the notation of the "knight," or the gas nebula in Orion. By the way, Laura, have you contemplated the life of your father and what led him to his drug addiction and destruction? Hmmmm? Big clues to be found there?? And, if so, what? What indeed!!
Q: What are you talking about?! Does this have anything to do with the 'arm problem' as described in the Matrix material, his arm, my arm, Tommy's arm, Mother's arm?
A: Quest, my dear, quest! Clues, as you know by now, make learning an explosively significant experience!
Q: Okay. Mann says: "May I suggest that you check out the story of the killing of Dagobert II, the last of the
Merovingian kings. He died after being pierced through the eye, hence the etymological name, one of the keys of Solomon: 'Perc(e)y(e). Notice the hidden fifth element, the letter 'e.'" He is saying that Percy is represented in another context, by Dagobert, the Merovingian king, or vice versa. Is Percy an allegory for "pierced eye?"
A: If one so chooses.
Just a coincidence, regarding the recent theatre shooting in Colorado?
Maybe it doesn't have anything to do with it at all, just thought I'd bring it up.