Sunday, February 11, 2018

Great Minds

Wernher von Braun takes you to WWII, covert projects, and the start of human-alien technology interaction. Published works by Wernher von Braun take you to Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick: 2001 A Space Odyssey and of course Z and the soundtrack "Thus Spoke Zarathustra". I love it when a plan comes together and I figure it out. Lots of clues coming from Z lately many of which take me to my ET roots.

Elon Musk Falcon Heavy Test Flight takes us to Tesla - The dummy payload for the test flight was a sports car owned by SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, a midnight cherry, first generation Tesla Roadster. SpaceX stated that the payload had to be "something fun and without irreplaceable sentimental value". Sitting in the driver's seat of the Roadster is "Starman", a dummy astronaut clad in a SpaceX spacesuit. He has his right hand on the steering wheel and left elbow resting on the open window sill. Starman is named for the David Bowie song "Starman". The car's sound system was looping the symbolic Bowie songs Space Oddity and Life on Mars?

"Also Sprach Zarathustra" (Thus Spoke Zarathustra) takes you to Friedrich Nietzsche. I watched one other recorded movie from the past yesterday The Day After Tomorrow (2004). A group stranded in the downtown branch of the NY Public Library must burn books to survive. The only book that they chose to save was by Frederick Nietzsche. The Day After Tomorrow is a Roland Emmerich film which takes us through the Stargate (1994) when Crystalinks was first underdevelopment.

Yesterday, as I was editing my file on Mars, suddenly Z came along and told me to turn on the ShowTime Channel just in time to watch the closing scene from the 1984 film Starman where the alien (Jeff Bridges) and Jenny Hayden are in the crater in AZ and the UFO comes for him. I immediately recorded that scene then noted that Starman was playing again at 3:00 PM which I also recorded and watched live. Something is happening ... at least for me.

Happy Valentine's Day From Z

February 11, 1821 - January 19, 1881

Auguste Mariette

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Auguste Mariette was the foremost Egyptologist of his
generation - founder of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
He visited temples and befriended a Bedouin tribe
who led him to Saqqara - the Saqqara Pyramids

From my first collection of Egyptian antiquities,

I recognized that

the world shall hence forth

learn about Egypt's Pharaonic heritage

and where it leads

in the end.

Auguste Mariette