Monday, November 30, 2009

Rabbi T, the Holy of Holes and the Ark of Pooh




I Kidd~

Corn Mom


25 comments:

  1. cool pictures ... i was just thinking about poo because honey is the only thing not vegan I eat, except lately I've been eating chocolate too

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  2. Yep. This is the extent of my photoshop abilities. you vegan as well. cool. me too. but i do eat honey. a sweet tooth is a good sign. means you are like a hummingbird and appreciate the nectar.

    i read somewhere that a gold corn was a symbol of enlightenment. but shave yet to find that as well.

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  3. isn't there some egyptian corn lady? ... it goes well with PoP ... and who can forget "The Great Cornholio"

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  4. Yes. POPcorn. i will look into the egyptian corn lady. thanks.

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  5. The synchstream is flowing wildly today!

    I had just made a big bowl of air-popped popcorn for myself and my lady... She loves it with the parmesan cheese... sat down at the computer... Visited ISH's WtW blog list... saw Synch Whole on top and came to this site to read this post.

    I just about choked on my kernel!

    ~SE~

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  6. ha, that's funny because I was thinking you would be the person to ask about corny syncs

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  7. Yes, now on the search for everything syncromystically cornish we now go down the Corn Hole.

    Wait a second that just doesn't sound right.

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  8. Virgo holds the ear of Corn... the star SPICA.

    ~SE~

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  9. At least you didn't say "UP", Wermes!

    ~SE~

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  10. artislav has been trying to talk about something anal lately ... I barely understand it

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  11. enjoy your POPcorn StrangeEye.

    Now to think of it. Corn is associated with the feminine Goddess, such as Isis or Demeter. Add heat to corn and it POPs or gets some added Father to the mix.

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  12. Corn in the "eastern world" is actually "Wheat".

    Corn, as we know it today, came from South America.

    ~SE~

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  13. That's some wild observing Wermes!

    Love it... Corn Alchemy!

    Mom's the kernel, Dad's the heat!

    ~SE~

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  14. Maybe artislav is talking about Corn. I am sure his next article will enlighten us on this end. We are all just a bunch of Corn Flakes helplessly syncing. none of us can escape it.

    i was heard a scientist explain how corn is the smartest of the plants as it has manipulated us humans to grow it and use it more than any other crop. Corn oil is everything. It really is just a big Corn Hole we are syncing into.

    SE- Virgo - thanks.

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  15. the WV on the last post was nibasa which reminded me the Sumerian 'corn' goddess - Nisaba.

    ~SE~

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  16. Yes. Well perhaps the Rabbit is the Magician from the Other side. He is enticing and teaching Winnie the Pooh (here we go talking about Pooh and anal words again!) from beyond the Veil. He is the rabbit, he can jump out of the hat or through the rabbit hole. Pooh is privileged to get this moment because he has learned the ways of the Hunny. he is sweet, lots of heart and little brain. Rabbi T is going to teach Pooh how to make POPcorn.

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  17. if you build it they will come

    corn is used to make fuel

    crop circles ... do they show up in corn feilds

    there is mold that grows on corn that makes you trip

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  18. I just added my two cents. I'd been sitting on that one for a while. Waiting for it.

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  19. And the Corn field is also Maise and ergo Maze.

    '... the loser has to keep Americal clean...' - Wendy Torrance.

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  20. dude that's a beehive jon, sycn' honey & corn

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  21. corn cob pipe ... mother corn is surrounded by bees

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  22. F@#K! I didn't c that James! Just awesome...

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  23. "The Corn Maiden" is the Female counterpart to Dian Y Glas the Blue Fairy God.


    Crop Circle in corn via Chicken Little and Mel Gibson in Signs

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  24. Read Michael Pollan and know that Americans are "Corn People"
    way more so than even perhaps the southwestern tribes of America back in the day.

    We put that shit in everything.

    Does it serve us or do we serve it?

    Wait, I found an article let see how well I remember. . .
    interesting Jim & all, interesting also that these Maya also connect to the new post by Eunus.

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