Thursday, October 25, 2012

Timewave Graph October 25 26 27

Starting tomorrow (October 26), Franklin and Watkins rise together to habit while Sheliak buzzes in novelty-habit flux.  As time and resonances all around us become more chaotic, noisy, if you will (c.f. John Sheliak's article), as we approach the maximum (or minimum with respect to the graph (12/21/2012, 0)) with respect to "phase transition," we might enter extreme states of ever increasing torpor and turbidity, as if we're wading through mollasses, and on the other hand, we might have moments of unusually acute, crystalline clarity that cuts through it all.  You could say the new Aeon has already been born, and it's currently at the stage of finding its teleological bearings and foothold in history.