Sunday, July 30, 2006

Sunday Service

My cheeldhren. Doo nut vurry. Gawhd has spoken. Vee are safe.

8 Comments:

Blogger jm said...

This is Swami Vish I nu, and he will take any questions you have.

30/7/06 4:25 AM  
Blogger juno jones said...

Uh yeah, I'm currently listening to Buddy Guy (now you're gone) and I'm wondering why anybody thought Mick Jagger sounded 'black'?...:)

Seriously, been diving into "Cosmos and Psyche" by Richard Tarnas (been seeing it mentioned a lot on other sites...) WOW! Checking out the timing here, Seems that pluto thru the transpersonal signs bring the most profound changes to human culture. I've been trying to tie things together in terms of either pluto in sag or pluto in cap, but there seems to be an entire revolution that occurs every time pluto goes thru the transpersonals. This seems to coioncide roughly with the 'renaissance' and the 'enlightenment', Hmm what will we be called? Given the historical progression, pluto in cap will really bring a lot of this into the public eye....
Signing out to Tina Turner peforming 'Respect', J.

30/7/06 1:11 PM  
Blogger jm said...

juno.
I've been thinking a lot about this. Not only is Pluto in a transpersonal, but so are the other transpersonal planets. I think we are advancing at a slightly accelerated rate.

Saturn ruled over a Renaissance in mythology and I think this is a possibility on some levels with Pluto in Cap. It's only a possibility, I never predict. I hope for the best, prepare for the worst, and expect something in between.

What does Tarnas say?

30/7/06 2:29 PM  
Blogger jm said...

BTW,
Mick Jagger sounds as black as I am magenta! This is a pet peeve of mine and I will try to control my rage. I am a blues singer, and I love the blues as one of the greatest art forms ever created. Jagger desecrated it. His hideous version of Muddy Water'sI Just Wanna Make Love to You was unbelivebaly bad. Impossibly horrible. That man has no blues in his body, no real rhythm, totally off key, and completely misses the nuances. He's disgusting. He made a fortune ruining this magnificent art form, while the real ones died mostly in poverty.

What people think, fall for, and purchase amazes me. No wonder we have the governments we do.

30/7/06 2:50 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

I can hardly agree more with that last line, jm.

30/7/06 3:57 PM  
Blogger Donnie McDaniel said...

What people think, fall for, and purchase amazes me. No wonder we have the governments we do.

I hear that!! I am about ready to start a "Please buy us back Chirac" campaign.

30/7/06 7:56 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I am so glad you gentlemen agree.

30/7/06 9:12 PM  
Anonymous Swami Vish I nu said...

By dee vay. Mick Jagger could not be called black. He sounds brrown, blue, purrple, grray, black, all together like dis paint sludge left in deht mixing machine at yourrr famous Home Depot.

31/7/06 5:18 AM  

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