Thursday, February 23, 2012
Wolf Den End Flow: Now Also Available in Taco Flavor
"Come any closer and I will rip you to shreds." - Black Wolf in The Neverending Story.
In 2009 while up in Thompson Manitoba @Seallion & myself first started seeing the relationship between WOLF & FLOW. Interestingly enough is that the indigenous teaching of the wolf here in Canada is often HUMILITY. Humility is the main thing that allows one to flow with every moment presented to them.
Here are the old posts dealing with this from 2009.
God Flow like a Wolf Dog
At the end of our trip up North we visited the local zoo and met the WOLF kept there named ZEUS.
Now speed up to 2012, the supposed year where time ENDs and we have Liam Neeson acting in numerous films to do with the END.
In THE GREY he finds himself in a WOLF DEN where he meets his END.
In WRATH OF THE TITANS he plays ZEUS and it is the END of the world as he mentions.
He is also in BATTLESHIP another movie about the end of the world, this time by aliens.
Finally he has a small role in THE DARK KNIGHT RISES which is all about the END of Batman's journey.
So I made this simple little video highlighting what I see as a good example of non-local sync awareness facilitated by cinema.
It's the end of the world as I gnosis and I feel vine...
Yesterday (Feb 22) evening I notice a humorous anagram for "ACT OF VALOR", being "TACO FLAVOR".
Syncs that seem pointless and funny are some of my favorite, making me take a closer look. Act of Valor is released tomorrow on Feb 24.
A quick Google search reveals that the most popular reference to Taco Flavor is from a South Park episode where Eric Cartman's hand plays the part of Jennifer Lopez singing the song "Taco-Flavored Kisses"
Some quick digging reveals that 12 years ago today, Feb 23 2000, Jennifer Lopez stole the show at the 42nd Grammy Awards with her famous Green Versace "Jungle" dress.
J.Lo is presenting (along with David Duchovny) the award for Best R&B Album and one of the nominees is Whitney Houston (TLC however took the award).
Whitney Houston dramatically died on Feb 11, the day before this years 54th Grammy Awards.
The producers of the Grammy's scrambled and were able to put together a tribute with Jennifer Hudson singing Whitney's iconic "I Will Always Love You".
Feb 11 (the day Whitney passed) is the 42nd day of the year and the Birthday of another Jennifer - having already seen Jennifer Lopez & Jennifer Hudson - that is Jennifer Aniston.
Jennifer Aniston stars in another film opening tomorrow with Act of Valor, Wanderlust.
This is significant as the first major film featuring the use of the plant brew Ayahuasca.
42 - that we have seen come up as the number Grammy where Jennifer Lopez presents in her Green dress & in connection to Feb 11 - is of course the number of Jupiter/Zeus.
This morning (Feb 23) while lying in shavasana (a relaxation pose at the very end of a series of yoga postures) a forgotten dream from the night before just popped back into my consciousness. The content was vague but the overall memory of it involving the film Enough by Jennifer Lopez was clear. I have never seen this film and took this dream as a sign to give it a play.
Buddy @sacredscience invited me out for brunch after yoga and we had a nice chat about all things mystical and esoteric. I explained my plans to catch Enough owing to a dream message and ranted at length about James Joyce's Finnegans Wake. I was explaining how this notoriously unreadable tome with its stream of consciousness puns, anagrams and layer upon layer of ambiguity is pure sync and prophetically designed to be cut up and mixed in with the Twitter stream, finally unlocking its potential as it will undoubtedly harmonize perfectly with our sync tweets (or something like that..).
I arrive home and luck out as Enough's torrent file is well seeded and downloads in 5 minutes. Hit play & right out of the gate Jennifer Lopez explains how she is reading Finnegans Wake!
That's actually one of the loudest syncs I've seen in a while and feel very blessed to have witness it unfold, thanks Starmaker!
Jennifer Lopez's father is Jupiter (played by actor Fred Ward) in this film...
On my way to work this evening where I finished this addition the song Taco-Flavored Kisses from South Park was stuck in my head. Right as the word "taco" is passing through my head my eyes focus on the TACO in TACOri coming out of the environmental clutter on a bus ad.