posted by M. | 8:33 PM
1. - The White House and President Bush2. - A local Village Hall and the Mayor3. - The house on the hill and a wanna be Police Chief
Obama and Clinton making way for McCain?
Matt,I now believe with utmost certainty that you are a closet Christian. It is unmistakable, just as a homophobe is typically a homosexual. Anyhow, this pix on the left is of the Tower of Babel. Because of man's vanity in wanting to exceed, God punished man by creating thousands of different languages so that man could not communicate with each other --- an odd intention considering that His ultimate goal was for man to communicate His message. More games and riddles, I guess.And then, to the right, the fool. I think this is self-explanatory. That is, it is a picture of me.
As the Fool leaves the throne of the Goat God, he comes upon a Tower, fantastic, magnificent, and familiar. In fact, The Fool, himself, helped build this Tower back when the most important thing to him was making his mark on the world and proving himself better than other men. Inside the Tower, at the top, arrogant men still live, convinced of their rightness. Seeing the Tower again, the Fool feels as if lightning has just flashed across his mind; he thought he'd left that old self behind when he started on this spiritual journey. But he realizes now that he hasn't. He's been seeing himself, like the Tower, like the men inside, as alone and singular and superior, when in fact, he is no such thing. So captured is he by the shock of this insight, that he opens his mouth and releases a SHOUT! And to his astonishment and terror, as if the shout has taken form, a bolt of actual lightning slashes down from the heavens, striking the Tower and sending its residents leaping out into the waters below. In a moment, it is over. The Tower is rubble, only rocks remaining. Stunned and shaken to the core, the Fool experiences grief, profound fear and disbelief. But also, a strange clarity of vision, as if his inner eye has finally opened. He tore down his resistance to change and sacrifice (Hanged man), then broke free of his fear and preconceptions of death (Death); he dissolved his belief that opposites cannot be merged (Temperance) and shattered the chains of ambition and desire (The Devil). But here and now, he has done what was hardest: destroyed the lies he held about himself. What's left is the bare, absolute truth. On this he can rebuild his soul.
Tower is the world trade center and the fool is us.
I want to drink or smoke whatever Tyrone is drinking....dats some badd shit!!!
Too deep for me...sounds like you are all on acid
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