Fire And Rain

 

I wouldn’t know where to start with the last few days so won’t go into all the connections and what not.
Seeing a black hole, more giant alien octopi, the Pope kissing feet and an interdimensional storm in Texas and the rest.

Don E

 

 

As I write this, Paris is burning and the Notre Dame cathedral is on fire. Seems to go with everything at present.

 

 

Time in reverse and the Cosmic Mirror.

 

 

I see all these events as reflections of what is going on within consciousness.

 

 

And Sin King and Sun King and Our Lady for the Easter week. Thank you Jen.

 

 

For some reason I took a pic of a Dandelion this morning.

 

 

Je t’aime.

 

 

It’s hot stuff.

 

120 thoughts on “Fire And Rain”

  1. “The cathedral: Notre Dame’s foundation stone was laid in 1163 by Pope Alexander III, and the cathedral was completed in the 13th century. Today, with its towers, spire, flying buttresses and stained glass, Notre Dame is considered a feat of architecture, as well as a major religious and cultural symbol of France.
    The central spire: It was built in the 19th century amid a broad restoration effort, partly buoyed by the success of Victor Hugo’s novel “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame” in 1831.
    The cathedral draws millions of visitors: Located in Île de la Cité, a small island in the middle of the city, the cathedral is one of Paris’ most popular attractions, drawing an estimated 13 million visitors a year.”

    11 63 (completed in the 13th century)

    Viktor Hugo 18 31 (31, or 13)

    13 million visitors

    on Nov. 13

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        1. Another mind bender and one that drives me crazy.
          I think it’s flat, or right here, right now.
          If you think it is far away, the math and logic tell you it’s not real, just a mental construct. Vanishing point.

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        2. It is a matter of Perspective and probably the reason the Church needs to be gutted. Believing or Be Leaving. These Rose colored glasses that I’m looking through show only the beauty but hide all the truth. My US buddies know the lyrics to that song. Such an incredible display of Alchemy we’re seeing, imo.

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          1. Jenny, at lunch today, I was telling M that my church experience growing up is one that I couldn’t wait to escape from. He was saying that his dad said the same of certain parts of his growing up around forced religious stuff. It is something you want to be leaving.
            You don’t need a middle man, period.

            And then I looked on my phone and saw the most famous church in the world was in flames!

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          1. I mean…..narcissism much?
            What happened to letting go?

            Must say the catholic duds getting on tv to express their hyperboles are starting to make me wish the whole thing went down. “transcendence…blah blah Blaha….icon of civilization…blah…verticality…blah blah blah”

            LEGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

            as in Le Ego

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            1. Anon

              In a sense I wish it was narcissism. This is part of what Merovee has been about.

              We are not separate from what seemingly is happening in the external world.

              It is a total mind fuck.

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  2. Frank and all people of Merovee,

    dandelions are delicious and i think the leaves are especially nice and you can make a salad with the leaves and the leaves are really like leaves that people eat in gourmet restaurants

    Frank taking a picture of a dandelion for unknown reason is in sync with me eating dandelions and other plants that people think are weeds and i think lots of plants called weeds are equally or more delicious than plants that people eat in gourmet or any other restaurants

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    1. M

      You may enjoy this book by Ray Bradbury. I don’t know if you were raised in Illinois but set in Illinois.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dandelion_Wine

      Dandelion Wine is a 1957 novel by Ray Bradbury, taking place in the summer of 1928 in the fictional town of Green Town, Illinois, based upon Bradbury’s childhood home of Waukegan, Illinois. The novel developed from the short story “Dandelion Wine” which appeared in the June 1953 issue of Gourmet magazine.

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      1. hello Frank,

        looks like an excellent books and i love books, but right now i find it extremely difficult to read words and think possibly that is something about Source telling me to burn all books and do things other than read words and that is something that Source told me and probably Source is saying different things to different people and either way i think all people end up in the same place and all people end up being the same thing or same person and anyway right now i find it almost impossible to read words and i also find it extremely difficult to write words and after this comment might be a long while before i write anymore words because really really difficult for me to write words unless i write lots of words in one sentence and writing lots of words in one sentence is also really difficult and probably nobody would like to be reading words written in one long sentence and think everything good with you and i extremely think Merovee is a perfect internet publication

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    1. I became an architect after taking a course called “Literature and the Arts in Western Culture”. The preacher showed how you can trace the west’s relationship with ”God” in it’s buildings and used Gothic Cathedrals and notably Notre Dame as an example of the desire to ”ascend” into the heavens – buttresses, sinewy columns, spires, towers, higher and higher trying to reach transscendence. It was a lightbulb moment for me.

      My love of architecture notwithstanding, you don’t need to go high to meet God. Maybe the message is to put our spiritual feet back on the ground. The black man is real. The white man is abstract. Ok, go!

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      1. For me, the scary part is that I don’t have a choice to be or not. A physical body is a prison, no matter the color. And if you opt out, you are forced to repeat. So that’s the big equalizer. I’m always wondering about the “key”, or at least, the hack. What are rules?
        Here we are.

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        1. I think we make the body a prison but can you imagine being locked in your mind? I provoke about race because it is provocative and such and because, quite frankly, I get bored with the base-line assumptions we make. For instance, the pundits today describing the burning of ND as the destruction of ”civilization” as if the church was the base line of human culture.

          Do you want to upload your mind into a machine that resides in the bottom of someone’s basement or in the clouds? Now that would be hell. I think the West (generally) struggles with things of the body and of the ground. Everything becomes an abstract and the abstract, alone, can imprison too.

          Speaking of prison, Pete B’s father was a literature prof who loved Antonio Gramsci’s “Prison Notebooks”. Gramsci adopted the phrase “subaltern” like other colleagues who asked ”can the subaltern speak”? That, to me, is a fantastic question. And if it can, what does it say?

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            1. I know the image, no doubt.
              And I’m trying to be simple with the comet. Here we are. We don’t seem to be pleased. How can it be better?
              Talk about love…rejected.
              Talk about money…rejected.
              Talk about (anything) related to this existence on earth, and there’s a problem somewhere, with somebody. If we can’t work it out simply, then I give up. I’m a puppet; tell me watt to do.
              I’m the first person to talk about living in the clouds and learned quickly to shut up, that’s not the way. Maybe I’ll just shut up. Definitely. Because it’s ridiculous.
              Who cares about male/female/black/white if all we want is to escape it?! Or do we like it?
              Am I missing something?
              Why does it feel confined to me?!
              Tell where where the devil is because I have my pen ready to sign.
              And if I’m the devil, then we have nothing to fear!
              It’s the divine comedy. God made the devil to contrast and show how “good” he is. And what is bad? Because it feels so good. Etc. etc. (yawn).
              Bring on the apocalypse.

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              1. I think it’s not love that is rejected – the mindlines seem to suggest that it’s being told what is and isn’t love that’s rejected.
                And currency – it’s not currency itself, it’s rules about who can and can’t have it.

                God is supposedly of another dimension and that is the biggest thorn in people’s sides.
                No body wants to be told what to do, how to be, or what God is and isn’t. Nobody wants to be virtue signaled out of existence – which is what ”civilization” and ”culture” tends to do. No want likes a monopoly except the monopolizer.

                The apocalypse just means the ‘subconcious’, the ”subaltern’ the ”minority’ or whatever is speaking up. Does that feel like an apocalypse to you?

                “Who cares about male/female/black/white if all we want is to escape it?! ” If we really want to escape it, why do people melt down when it’s discussed? If it can’t be discussed, how can it be let go? I’m supposed to be quiet to keep everyone comfortable, to play along with rose-colored, personalized expressions of ”love” and ”God” that are not mine and are not necessarily the whole truth?

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                1. Right. I don’t know what “it” is I want to escape, exactly, it’s more that it feels too dense. Everything is repetitive to death, for little return. Just something nicer and lighter. I can lego….

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              2. I’m sorry, MJ. I feel very similar. Tired of the bullshit rules. Sense an impending break-out. When I get some cash, I’m gonna get a pickup truck, load my animals and come for a visit (if you’ll have me). We can take a ride back to the future, into the l’after, okay? With M and whomever else wants to come along.

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    1. In the caption “who sold us on the idea that we have control over life?” is as impactful as “who sold us on the idea that we have no control over life?”
      Equalizer.

      It’s jellyfish or nuclear or something.

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  3. This great cathedral, (which has stood for ages), was built, financed, and protected by Templar hands, and has stood as a monument to the sacred knowledge of the Primordial Tradition. Resting in the “boat of Isis”, in the heart of Paris, this monument has preserved alchemical, Gnostic, qabbalistic, astrological, and sacred geometry/ architecture for centuries. Built on the ruins of a former Merovingian church, and representative of the Divine Mother (who we can all be born from as a Christ), this fire will only serve to calcinate and separate the subtle from the dross. May it now remain a fertile symbol associated with the phoenix! May God give strength to the hands that are working to preserve it!!
    – Timothy Hogan https://scontent.fhel5-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/57154569_10216593592286814_8716191993253855232_n.jpg?_nc_cat=109&_nc_ht=scontent.fhel5-1.fna&oh=81dc743e9923c6f8567507029f84d641&oe=5D330464

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    1. Rain

      https://www.travelfranceonline.com/notre-dame-cathedral-in-historical-paris/

      ‘Notre-Dame Cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture.

      The 130m long by 35m wide building can accommodate 9,000 people!

      Notre Dame Cathedral carried throughout the centuries the spiritual and religious heritage of the people of Paris and generations of kings, queens and emperors.

      In 375AD, a chapel dedicated to St. Etienne, replaced the Temple of Jupiter erected by the Romans 4 centuries earlier.

      In 528AD the Merovingian King Childebert built a second chapel, dedicated to Notre Dame, on the site of the current sacristy.’

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      1. About the Rose Window and Gothic architecture and Merovee I suppose.

        I went to a school called Lancing College in Sussex. It is Hogwarts sur la mer. One of the oddities in my life is that Prince Charles came to Lancing College when I attended and seemed to seek me out for a 121. Jesu Is Charlie which is a bizarre thought !

        The reason for his visit was to inaugurate the Rose Window in the chapel.

        The reason for the flames in this pic is a big plane crash when a pilot lost control of his plane and crashed into the adjacent road in 2015. I remember the day because the news appeared about thirty minutes after I had finished watching Cloud Atlas.

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          1. That’s really something!
            And the Hebrew/moon-time connection. The luminaries are for signs. And a meteor hit the moon during the total lunar blood moon eclipse on 1.21.

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      1. I saw that, it made me laugh. There’s also a St. Gene-vi-eve. Seems the heisthood got most of the treasure out before St. Aged came to town.

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  4. We have an issue with ‘walls’.
    On the southern border of US.
    In the backstop in Ireland, of the Brexit of the UK.
    Now the structure of ND in France. The walls that contained the sanctuary and refuse to fall.
    And I expect it won’t end there.

    We build walls. We try to contain, restrain the sanctuary. The sanctuary is in the Garden in the open. Where sun shines and dandelions grow wild. It’s still there, it hasn’t moved, we have.
    They actually cut down 1500 oak trees to build the roof of ND. They paved paradise and put up a parking lot.

    We are stardust, we are golden and we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden. We weren’t cast out, we chose to leave. We choose every day, in a thousand different ways.

    Here’s a mental image. What if they pulled down the walls of ND, plowed the ground and planted a garden. The sanctuary is already there and it’s a consuming fire that won’t be contained. 💇

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      1. Here’s my weird or what snippets: my phone location tracked me to ”Bethlehem, Pennsylvania” last week though I’m nowhere near there. And when speaking about the cath-aholic outposts in SS, I wanted to speak about a doc named Rosario who took care of my uncles but kept quiet. til now.

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        1. Anon

          It’s also the Mad House.

          Bethlem Royal Hospital, also known as St Mary Bethlehem, Bethlehem Hospital and Bedlam, is a psychiatric hospital in London. Its famous history has inspired several horror books, films and TV series, most notably Bedlam, a 1946 film with Boris Karloff.

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      2. Frank and Anon

        It’s a really cool place, I’ve been there.

        And on the subject of bananas, they say the definition of insanity is to repeat the same thing over and over again and expect a different outcome.

        It’s ritual like drinking, sleeping, eating or not eating. Some overweight folks who ritually diet and still don’t lose weight. It’s the repetition of the thing.

        Breakout! We need the Chief to toss the water cooler thru the window. 😄

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    1. I love that thought, Elena. I woke up thinking it might have been better if the whole thing had fallen. ND has Old Testament stuff on its WOLs, it’s so molasses. Who does that serve anymore?

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  5. Lego
    The Ego
    L’égo

    That Dolan and Clark guy…smh. So narcissistic they can’t even see it. They are the ”baseline” around which all life and ”consciousness” must congregate.

    L’égo

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  6. Macron, Dolan and the bunch back the idea that rebuilding ND represents ”a human project” as did it’s, um, erection. I get it but coming from the heisthood, it sounds a bit unsettling.

    L’égo

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    1. and their ”human project” is soliciting currency globally. that is one thing about building that makes me shudder…it’s marriage to money.

      free masons don’t work for free

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  7. Fire and Reign.

    I believe in a healthy ego, id, superconscious, body, and whatever else I’ve been gifted — all rolled into one great liberated balance.

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  8. The Cathedral ”ruled structurally sound” – i.e. no change only the illusion of change. System intact.

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    1. Notre Dame is a medieval Catholic cathedral in France. At the weekend, Francis, Head of the Catholic Church, kisses the feet of the political Heads of South Sudan. On 15th April 2014 in Bentiu, South Sudan…

      ‘People had sought refuge in places of worship and healing. But as has been the case in other towns, there wasn’t any after the killing began on April 15.’

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/04/23/an-abomination-slaughter-in-the-mosques-and-churches-of-bentiu-south-sudan/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.11b21215e97b

      Notre Dame means ‘Our Lady’…

      Rebecca

      ‘fem. proper name, biblical wife of Isaac, mother of Jacob and Esau, from Late Latin Rebecca, from Greek Rhebekka, from Hebrew Ribhqeh, literally “connection” (compare ribhqah “team”), from Semitic base r-b-q “to tie, couple, join” (compare Arabic rabaqa “he tied fast”). Rebekah, the form of the name in Authorized Version, was taken as the name of a society of women (founded 1851 in Indiana, U.S.) as a complement to the Odd Fellows.’

      https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=rebecca

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      1. There’s another more rare opinion about the etymology of Rebecca. It suggests Rebecca means ”soil, earth.” That’s the one that’s charging my rocket.

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      2. That round of killing, like many before it, included torching and strange, eerie documentation by european immigrants that seemed to have their feet on the ground even before the victims. I remember driving through a SS town once that seemed frozen in place. It was empty though on a major artery where people were known to come and go. Like zero movement. Then, weaving in and out of the houses, the armored machines of immigrants. My distinct intuition was that the town had emptied itself and people stopped going down the paths leading to home because an outside principality had torched the land and then recorded it. But you’d have to have been there to understand. Once it reaches the associated word press, it is mediated and muddled.

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        1. I didn’t complete that feeling:
          it was not as if humans had done the torching per se, it was as if sentient machines had. like machines were the ground zeros.

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  9. Passing the torch. Tonight a man name Frank contacted me. He wants to buy my Alpha Bethlehem torch I purchased from Sundance in Paradise. I will meet him tomorrow at the WAL. God willing.

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      1. It is true. It’s literal. I’m almost afraid to go. He’s a racist on his social media page. I’m meeting at the entrance.

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          1. When it’s weird writing like that, assume it’s true. The truer it is the weirder it sounds. I’m finishing this on the newest page. See you there.

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