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Tags: daring, forgive, innovation, Lazaris, mystery, past, present, release
Categories : Aesthetics, Alternative Energy, Business, Butterfly Effect, Community, Complexity, Consciousness, evolution, Global Village, Quantum Goddess, Spirituality, sustainability
lost pleiad 1884 by Bouguereau
Accept and release the present
Forgive and release the past. Accept and release the present. Step beyond what you know. Be daring. Be alive. Embrace uncertainty and leap into the unknown and into the mystery of the unknowable. Be patient. Innovation calls for Courageous patience. – Lazaris quote for June 2013
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Tags: age of steam, kali yuga, steam train, steampunk, victorian era
Categories : Aesthetics, Arts Community, Deep Resonance Ecology, Music Video, Post-Post Modernism, Pure aesthetics, Quantum Theory, Self Transformation, Spirituality, Steampunk
Age of Steam Classic
Transform your reality with the incomparable beauty of the steam engine and the Age of Steam aesthetic
It is hard to imagine anything more beautiful than a steam engine. When viewed from a distance that is. Getting up close and personal with this infernal device would have been far less an exercise in aesthetics if one was actually embedded in the time of their greatest glory. The Victorian era. To frame the steam train primarily as an aesthetic object and not as an example of engineering is to make a great leap, albeit a profound and valuable one. We shouldn’t be afraid to use the word profound every now and then. It means great, deep or intense. Transforming your entire universe via how you might see a steam train is therefore a profound thing to do; a profound exercise in self-transformation; a profound quantum leap into the future of aesthetic beauty. This is an act which will find you transiting out of the Iron Age – The Age of Kali. It’s a profound steam train ride that takes you on this journey. Enjoy.
Hence a consideration of the Steampunk genre is nothing if not interesting. Enjoy again.
Steampunk Revolution by Abney Park music video below is included for your delectation
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Tags: Age of Aesthetics, age of Kali, Iron Age, Iron Horse, Steiner, Transcendence, Transcendent memes
Categories : Aesthetics, Arts Community, Post-Post Modernism, Pure aesthetics, Quantum Goddess, Rudolf Steiner, Spirituality
Steam train on platform nine. The announcement reverberated through and beyond. Every fibre of my being screamed in unison. GET YOUR CAMERA OUT and RUN! . . . Up to the head of the platform.
And suddenly there she was; a wild and rare beast basking in the metropolis. Gleaming in the afternoon sun like a dragon on a high peak. Every rivet rippling; the engineered beauty of the thing. A perfected sculptural statement of the high point of the Age of Kali – a relic, a symbol and an artefact from the Iron Age. Rudolf Steiner said that the Age of Kali ended round about the start of the 20th Century. If this is true then the Iron Horse, represents a kind of apotheosis – a high point – of the investment of humanity in the engineered darkness. The Age of Kali was . . . the age of darkness. We are still exiting, but not quite there yet. Even from our current distance The Iron Age takes on a new and profound beauty. We transcend that darkness and iron so that we may have . . .The Iron Horse in The Age of Aesthetics.
Is this The New Age? Perhaps. A turning point? Most definitely. From the crucifixion to the resurrection. The phase of humanity’s consciousness is changing. We are part of, not just evolution but metamorphosis. This means we will witness dramatic changes. And haven’t we already? The pace quickens. Aesthetics as pure spiritual and transcendent? Nowadays everything is designed, and designer. The Goddess beckons us to the dance. So what’s it to be? Narcissus or the Goddess? You choose. Undertones, overtones and chordal progressions are singing us to a new song. Memory thou hast the key. Iron Horse take us . . . somewhere over the rainbow. Look at the steam train momma.