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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Now Lens (continued)

Filed under: General — m759 @ 10:48 AM

"…the farther back we manage to wiggle
 the more we need the loan of a lens…." —Finnegans Wake

For some background on the lens below, see the sermon on February 20th, 2011.

Image-- The Asterisk of Evil

Finnegans Wake

“The quad gospellers may own the targum but any of the Zingari shoolerim
 may pick a peck of kindlings yet from the sack of auld hensyne.”

The above "Zingari shoolerim" passage was quoted here in Frame Tales (November 10th, 2008).

That post concerned the Heinrich Zimmer tale "The King and the Corpse." Some related material—

http://www.log24.com/log/pix11/110224-CorpseRiddle.jpg

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Grim Joke

Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 7:00 PM

"It's a grim joke." — Amy Adams in "The Master"

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling

Geometry lesson

Click diagram for some background from 3/17.
See, too, some background on Amy Adams and on Leap Day.

For related Harvard humor, see Venn Diagram.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Irish Geometry

Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 2:01 AM

"Now (lens"

Finnegans Wake , Book II,
     Episode 2, page 293

Background—

Saturday, March 17, 2012

The Purloined Diamond

Filed under: General,Geometry — Tags: , — m759 @ 12:00 PM

(Continued)

The diamond from the Chi-rho page
of the Book of Kells —

The diamond at the center of Euclid's
Proposition I, according to James Joyce
(i.e., the Diamond in the Mandorla) —

Geometry lesson: the vesica piscis in Finnegans Wake

The Diamond in the Football

Football-mandorla

“He pointed at the football
  on his desk. ‘There it is.’”
         – Glory Road
   

Friday, July 6, 2007

Friday July 6, 2007

Filed under: General — m759 @ 8:00 PM
Mearingstone, or:
 
“Last to the Lost,”
continued from
July 1, 2007


Finnegans Wake 293:

Vieus Von DVbLIn, ’twas one of dozedeams
a darkies ding in dewood) the Turnpike under
the Great Ulm (with Mearingstone in Fore
ground). 1 Given now ann linch you take enn
all. Allow me! And, heaving alljawbreakical
expressions out of old Sare Isaac’s 2 universal
of specious aristmystic unsaid, A is for Anna
like L is for liv. Aha hahah, Ante Ann you’re
apt to ape aunty annalive! Dawn gives rise.
Lo, lo, lives love! Eve takes fall. La, la, laugh
leaves alass! Aiaiaiai, Antiann, we’re last to
the lost, Loulou! Tis perfect. Now (lens

“with Mearingstone in Fore ground….
we’re last to the lost, Loulou!”

Desconvencida at Blogspot -- Monolito -- Midnight July 1-2, 2007

Midnight, July 1-2, 2007
Click on image for details.

Sunday, July 1, 2007

Sunday July 1, 2007

Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 1:27 PM
Mozart
by the Numbers

PA Lottery June 30, 2007: Mid-day 221, Evening 127

2/21


A Superficial Beauty:

Structural Certainty:

murphy plant, murphy grow, a maryamyria- 10
meliamurphies, in the lazily eye of his lapis, 11

12
Geometry lesson 13

14
Uteralterance or Vieus Von DVbLIn, ’twas one of dozedeams 15
the Interplay of a darkies ding in dewood) the Turnpike under 16
Bones in the the Great Ulm (with Mearingstone in Fore 17
Womb. ground). 1 Given now ann linch you take enn 18
all. Allow me! And, heaving alljawbreakical 19
expressions out of old Sare Isaac’s 2 universal 20
The Vortex. of specious aristmystic unsaid, A is for Anna 21
Spring of Sprung like L is for liv. Aha hahah, Ante Ann you’re 22
Verse. The Ver- apt to ape aunty annalive! Dawn gives rise. 23
tex. Lo, lo, lives love! Eve takes fall. La, la, laugh 24
leaves alass! Aiaiaiai, Antiann, we’re last to 25
the lost, Loulou! Tis perfect. Now (lens 26

Finnegans Wake, Book II,
    Episode 2, page 293


1/27

“Mozart is a menace to musical progress, a relic of rituals that were losing relevance in his own time and are meaningless to ours. Beyond a superficial beauty and structural certainty, Mozart has nothing to give to mind or spirit in the 21st century. Let him rest.” —Norman Lebrecht

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Tuesday February 21, 2006

Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 11:32 AM

Now Lens

murphy plant, murphy grow, a maryamyria- 10
meliamurphies, in the lazily eye of his lapis, 11

12
Geometry lesson 13

14
Uteralterance or Vieus Von DVbLIn, ’twas one of dozedeams 15
the Interplay of a darkies ding in dewood) the Turnpike under 16
Bones in the the Great Ulm (with Mearingstone in Fore 17
Womb. ground). 1 Given now ann linch you take enn 18
all. Allow me! And, heaving alljawbreakical 19
expressions out of old Sare Isaac’s 2 universal 20
The Vortex. of specious aristmystic unsaid, A is for Anna 21
Spring of Sprung like L is for liv. Aha hahah, Ante Ann you’re 22
Verse. The Ver- apt to ape aunty annalive! Dawn gives rise. 23
tex. Lo, lo, lives love! Eve takes fall. La, la, laugh 24
leaves alass! Aiaiaiai, Antiann, we’re last to 25
the lost, Loulou! Tis perfect. Now (lens 26

Finnegans Wake, Book II,
    Episode 2, page 293

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