February 8th, 2006


Cycle #14 :: Jupiter Enters New EON Phase

Jupiter :: Zone 5 & Oddubb

JUPITER 30º59'19" from ODDUBB {7::2} & enters new EON phase: EON-2 (Phase Arc 30° ~ Waxing Semi-Sextile) Germination, Emergent, Fluid, Coming into Focus, Trad vs. New.

ODDUBB {7::2} syzygy influences EON phases 1 & 34-36 (1st, 11th & 12th Houses) — keep in mind, JUPITER's natal position {17LI45} is in the 11th House - Future, life goals, friends & groups [Friends] & its natal phase is EON-34 Evaluation, New Seed Released, Gathering Harvest, Analyzing.

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Asteroid #6817-PEST (draft)

{Hyperstitions within Hyperstitions} In Persian mythology, Jnun are descended from Jeh or Jay or Jahi (also Jehika), the first anti-creationist agent engineered by Ahriman’s own body, the daughter of Ahriman who awakened his father from ten thousand years of sleep to spawn a pest-legion, Jahi is the first woman whose mission was to undo the entire pro-creationist / survivalist project of Ahura Mazda. In Arabic folklore, Jnun are daughters of Lilith. Rûb-al-Khâlie, in which Al-Hazred settled for ten years, was inhabited by Jnun (a female legion) not Jinn (Male ones); so following CCRU’s suggestion that Djynxx diagrams the Outside (zones 6:3 or the warp region of the numogram), Abdul Al-Hazred has communicated with the female side of the Outside (Jnun) for writing his nocturnally enciphered Necronomicon. The other side of the Outside, is ‘It’, the epidemic, the ungrounded becoming, the cosmodrome. Jnun possess not to take over but to make open -- lay, crack, butcher open (As in the case of the Moroccan jinniya, Aisha Qandisha, or Aiesheh Ghediseh who is also called the Opener). 'Being possessed by Jnun' (things that never rest), this was the only solution Abdul Al-Hazred found to communicate with the Cosmodrome of the outside. Becoming woman via Jnun is a direct link to ‘It’, the cosmodromic current of the Outside. There is another fascinating hyperstition here: Why does Lovecraft frequently call Al-Hazred, the ‘mad’ poet or the ‘mad’ Arab? Because while communicating with Jnun (who in Arabic / Farsi folklore narrate untold stories to the one who becomes open to them, as in the case of Lilith who tells forbidden stories to travelers before devouring them) as the female current / agencies of the Outside, radical madness is inevitable; for Jnun, once again, means delirium, maddening love, terminal madness as the result of being laid open by the Outside. Jnun is not compatible with the western definition of Madness. It cannot be translated properly, but suffice to say that it is mainly constituted by three elements and is developed through their compositions: Possession, Love and utter Openness.


Wiki :: Did You Know about Shakespeare gardens?

From Wikipedia's newest articles (& featured on Wikipedia's home page today):

started article: User:Durova (part of the Military history WikiProject) :: My Wikipedia name is borrowed from Nadezhda Durova, a Russian war hero from the Napoleonic era. I'm very pleased to say that the new article about her got featured in "Did you know" on Wikipedia's main page.

edits: User:SilkTork (Beer writer) :: I, GraemeL, hereby award you The Exceptional Newcomer Award for your work on beer related articles. Hic! 18:40, 24 January 2006 (UTC) (KC).

{Shakespeare garden} themed garden that cultivates plants mentioned in the works of William Shakespeare. In English speaking countries, particularly the United States, these are often public gardens associated with parks, universities, and Shakespeare festivals ... A Shakespeare garden usually includes several dozen species in a geometric layout with boxwood dividers ... and a bust of Shakespeare ... the Shakespeare garden in Central Park, New York City includes a graft from a Mulberry tree planted by Shakespeare in 1602. The Central Park Conservancy identifies the original tree as a personal gift from King James I of Scotland who hoped to introduce a silk industry to the British Isles ... Shakespeare's plays often mention plants to symbolize emotions. The best known of these is the rose for love, as in Romeo and Juliet, "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet" ... [and] Ophelia's mad speech from Hamlet.

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Asteroid #501-URHIXIDUR

thinking of an asteroid to represent H5N1 (see African bird flu): five-in-one. #501-URHIXIDUR, character in Friedrich Theodor Vischer's Auch Einer [one more] 1879 novel.

URHIXIDUR discovered 18-Jan-1903 by German astronomer & astrophotography pioneer Max Wolf at the Königstuhl Observatory in Heidelberg, Germany; one of the most prolific discoverers with 200+ asteroids : GUDRUN, BADENIA, CHICAGO, CALIFORNIA, ENDYMION, YSRA, WILHELMINA, PERSEPHONE, ARACHNE, FAMA, SUEVIA, #418-ALEMANNIA, PHOTOGRAPHICA, NATALIE, MEGAIRA, ALEKTO, TISIPHONE, CENTESIMA (100th discovery), REZIA, KUNDRY, VIOLETTA, MARBACHIA, KYTHERA, ACHILLES (first Trojan asteroid), BATHSHEBA, NERTHUS, LANZIA, #712-BOLIVIANA, SISIGAMBIS, STATEIRA, SERAPHINA, #888-PARYSATIS, #889-ERYNIA (the Erinyes), FATME, SPHINX, LYSISTRATA, ROSALINDE, FLAMMARIO, etc. asteroid #827-WOLFIANA named in his honor.

Auch Einer: Chapter 8

Alpin kam spät abends nach Hause. Als er Ruhe suchen wollte – mit wenig Hoffnung, sie zu finden –, hörte er in geringer Entfernung einen Einbaum lösen, stand auf, sah hinaus und erkannte Arthur aufwärts rudernd im See. Jetzt hörte er auch eine weibliche Stimme fernher vom Saume des Gewässers, wo der helle Mond in den Nebel über dem Röhricht schien. Augenblicklich löste er den eignen Kahn, der angebunden unter dem Haufe lag, fuhr schnell und leise am Gestrüppe des Ufers hin und hielt im dichteren, höheren Schilfe, als er so nahe war, daß er deutlicher sehen und hören konnte. In kurzen Kreisen sah er langsam einen Kahn sich drehen, darin eine dunkle weibliche Gestalt. Sie sang oder schleppte vielmehr durch wenige Töne dumpf, einförmig, hohl, einen uralten Zaubersegen:

»Unser Herr Grippo fuhr über Land,
Im Brande ein Brand.
Brand, du sollst nicht hitzen,
Brand, du sollst nicht schwitzen,
Brand, du sollst nicht schwären,
Noch über dich begehren,
Bis der Weltenmutter die Spindel bricht,
Bis erlischt des ewigen Mondes Licht.«