Christmas Week 2010

Our dreams are firsthand creations, not always residues of waking life.

We have the capacity for infinite creativity and creation -- at least while dreaming.

We are projected illusions of the Collective Spirit, the Infinite Consciousness that creates everything.

Christmas Blizzard of 2010

Ellie's Bedroom Window

December 26, 2010 North American Christmas Blizzard   Wikipedia

Snowmageddon Blizzard February 5, 2010 vs. Christmas Blizzard of 2010   Live Science - December 30, 2010

Is this the beginning of

Consciousness Frozen in Time

... or is it the end?


Thoth is the Penguin

Ellie's World Blog dated 2003


The PC is a Penguin
Metaphors, the Digital Image, and Interactivity
Adapted from"Bild Medien KŸnste" - 1998 Siegen Conference (Germany)


The many expressions of Z


Ravens are common characters in the traditional narratives and mythology around the world, notably a part of North American, Siberian, and Norse mythology. Besides being the representative spirit of actual ravens, the raven in mythology is often depicted as a trickster or culture hero figure, or even as the creator of human beings.

The Norse God Odin relies on his two ravens to fly round the world every day and keep him informed. They are called Huginn and Muninn, representing thought and memory.

Raven Creates the World

The raven also gets a reputation as a bird of ill omen in the story of Genesis. According to Hebrew folklore, Noah sends a white raven to check conditions while on the ark. It learns that the floodwaters are beginning to dissipate, but it does not immediately return with the news. It is punished by being turned black and being forced to feed on carrion forever.

In Ovid's Metamorphoses, a raven also begins as white before Apollo punishes it by turning it black for delivering a message of a lover's unfaithfulness. The raven's role as a messenger in Poe's poem may draw from those stories.

The Raven is a narrative poem by American writer Edgar Allan Poe, written in December and first published in January 1845. Poe may also have been drawing upon various references to ravens in mythology and folklore.

A raven is a prophet. Quote the Raven, "Nevermore".

December 14, 1503 - July 2, 1566

December 27, 1571 - November 15, 1630

Johannes Kepler

  Johannes Kepler Google Videos

  Harmony of the Spheres Google Videos

Johannes Kepler was a German mathematician, astronomer and astrologer who thought he had revealed GodŐs geometrical plan for the universe. He believed in a connection between the physical and the spiritual; the universe itself was an image of God, with the Sun corresponding to the Father, the stellar sphere to the Son, and the intervening space between to the Holy Spirit. Harmony of the Spheres -- Musica Universalis - Music of the Spheres -- According to Kepler, the connection between geometry (and sacred geometry), cosmology, astrology, harmonics, and music is through musica universalis.

Other Harmonic Spheres of Creation

The diversity of the phenomena of nature is so great

and the treasures hidden in the heavens so rich precisely in order

that the human mind shall never be lacking in fresh enrichment.

Johannes Kepler Quotes 1

Johannes Kepler Quotes 2

Johannes Kepler Quotes 3