Today is Anon’s birthday. Happy Birthday.
A Cure For Wellness.
Keep drinking the water.
One of the elements that I noticed about the security screening for flying to Texas was the regulation that travellers are not allowed to take bottles of water through the security gate. Like a lot of the laws that are introduced there seems to be another level to the rules.
In the run up to the MH 370 crash into the ocean, I remember that a hot water bottle that I took to bed with me in the colder months suddenly burst and boiling water scalded my torso. It was fxxking painful but in hindsight again indicates that water is an important element to whatever we are going through. And hindsight is 2020.
Yesterday, Jenny and I made a trip to Mineral Wells in Texas. ‘A Town Built On Water’ and is renowned for the healing properties of its water. Click Mineral Wells-Wiki and Crazy Water History :
The town is dominated by the Baker Hotel. This is a massive hotel which in its pomp was visited by celebrities such as Judy Garland and Clark Gable. It was closed in the 1970s and has since fallen into disrepair but there are plans to renovate it and is due to reopen in 2022.
The Baker Hotel is a seriously weird place. Below are a couple of videos and pics of the hotel.
The Grand Old Lady of Mineral Wells Returns.
The importance of water has been discussed many times here but the Universe keeps reiterating this importance and specifically its link with the past.
From Wiki :
‘Water memory is the purported ability of water to retain a memory of substances previously dissolved in it even after an arbitrary number of serial dilutions. It has been claimed to be a mechanism by which homeopathic remedies work, even when they are diluted to the point that no molecule of the original substance remains.
Benveniste was a French immunologist who sought to demonstrate the plausibility of homeopathic remedies “independently of homeopathic interests” in a major scientific journal. To that end, Benveniste and his team at Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM, French for National Institute of Health and Medical Research) diluted a solution of human antibodies in water to such a degree that there was virtually no possibility that a single molecule of the antibody remained in the water solution. Nonetheless, they reported, human basophils responded to the solutions just as though they had encountered the original antibody (part of the allergic reaction). The effect was reported only when the solution was shaken violently during dilution. Benveniste stated: “It’s like agitating a car key in the river, going miles downstream, extracting a few drops of water, and then starting one’s car with the water.” At the time, Benveniste offered no theoretical explanation for the effect, which was later called “water memory” by a journalist reporting on the study.’
And Doctor ME – Masuru Emoto. In the video it calls him Dr Emote which somehow seems appropriate.
And water and the past and what has been forgotten.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Meet Me In Montauk.
The Memory Motel.
And Every Picture Tells A Story.
This image shows water and concentric circles. Wheels within Wheels.
And the Water Door. From Jenny. ‘Some notes’ which doesn’t adequately describe them.
‘If you could see your whole life from start to finish, would you change things ?’
The abandoned hotel speaks of the past. The Memory Hotel.
From Aunty Flo.com :
‘To see many derelict or abandoned houses in your dream signifies past reminiscences and encounters.’
And Hilbert’s Infinite Hotel, which seems to fit with the size of the Baker Hotel, where somehow using complicated and seemingly absurd maths an infinite number of guests can be accommodated.
‘Hilbert’s paradox of the Grand Hotel (colloquial: Infinite Hotel Paradox or Hilbert’s Hotel) is a thought experiment which illustrates a counterintuitive property of infinite sets. It is demonstrated that a fully occupied hotel with infinitely many rooms may still accommodate additional guests, even infinitely many of them, and this process may be repeated infinitely often. The idea was introduced by David Hilbert in a 1924 lecture “Über das Unendliche”, reprinted in (Hilbert 2013, p.730), and was popularized through George Gamow’s 1947 book One Two Three… Infinity.’
In the evening Jenny and me were discussing the day and the Baker Hotel and its link with memory and I suddenly blurted out ‘Why did I come back to Texas ?’ and at the same time we had the same thought. Why had I come back to Texas when as far as we aware, I have never been here before ? And may not apply just to me and Jen. What has been forgotten ?
It’s a Mystery Tour.