Every point of space & time,time & space...is'linked' to every
other point thereof...Mental time-&-or-space travel is possible in order to review,but not to interfer.For example-there
are many 'lost' jams that exist from the bop era,played in various clubs in Harlem in New York City during the late 1940's.By
means of acute powers of imagination or time-remote-viewing,one may 'hear' what transpired therein.There exists a record of
every thing said or done.It is a particular property or quality of creation that science has not discovered yet...This is
why some psychics may go to a scene of a crime & zone in on what
music is a time-machine...
plane of awareness
there are TWELVE PITCH CLASSES-DELETE 3 THEN YOU HAVE ...nine...play these over & over again..thus there is a MODE...
F.Zappa: "If you buy the idea that the vibrational rates translate into matter, and then if you understand the concept
of vibrational rates above perception and below perception combining to create a reality, that opens up the door to some pretty
science-fiction matter possibilities. If you can create an audible reality by a sine wave above the range of what your ear
can hear and another one from below, and you put them together and suddenly it creates something that your ear can detect,
is it not possible that solid matter of an unknown origin could manifest periodically because of frequencies of some unknown
nature above and below which, for short durations, manifest solid objects? It could explain a lot of strange things that people
Goethe (from 'Faust'): "A rat lived in a cellar nest
and fed on lard and butter.
Pretty soon she was as fat
as Doctor Martin Luther.
"The cook laid down poison out for her
and she partook thereof.
It made her feel as tight inside
as if she were in love.AS IF SHE WERE IN LOVE!
"She ran around and ran outside
and drank from every puddle.
She scratched and gnawed the whole house up
and knew she was in trouble.
SHE KNEW SHE WAS IN TROUBLE!
"She ran into the kitchen stove
in the light of day,
tripped and toppled on the floor
where she twitched and lay.
"And when the cook that poisoned her
heard her final breath,
she laughed and said,"it sounds like love,
but it also sounds like death."