Friday, July 31, 2009

treasure map


  • Spent. Sex, Evolution, and Consumer Behavior-Geoffrey Miller
  • Parzival-Eschenbach
  • The Search for Meaning vol. 2
  • McSweeney's #29
  • Poets on the Peaks-John Suiter
  • Laphams Quarterly "Eros"
  • Vacation-Deb Olin Unferth
  • Cool North Wind-Stephen Stuebner
  • Peace is Every Step-Thich Nhat Hanh
  • Revolutionary Road-Richard Yates
  • Cosmic Game
  • Roman Candle
  • Elliott Smith
  • Either/Or-Elliott Smith
  • Goodbye Yellow Brick Road-Elton John
  • KEXP
  • In Rainbows-Radiohead
  • Narrow Stairs-Death Cab For Cutie
  • Hamlet (2000)
  • Hercules Unchained
  • Hamlet (1996)
  • Willow
  • Legend
  • Ladyhawke
  • The Creature From the Black Lagoon
  • Water Horse
  • Ink Heart
  • Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man's Chest
  • The Half Blood Prince
  • Ghost Busters
  • Closer
  • The Muppet Movie
  • Robots
  • Finding Neverland
  • Hook
  • Coraline
  • Threads of Perception­-Boise Art Museum
  • The Seagull-Idaho Shakespeare Festival
  • World Center for Birds of Prey
  • Death Cab For Cutie, New Pornographers, Ra Ra Ra Riot
  • Seattle Aquarium
  • Woodland Park Zoo

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Abe's Axe is a symbol. Like the firey wand of Hermes, it is the conduit for bringing into action manifestations from the creative imagination. He is not killing vampires so much as freeing living dead men. The great emancipator would like to bring you into the 4th dimension of consciousness. He is going to have to kill you to do this, though. Or, actually, just annihilate your ego to transport you. In this instance, his axe is the craft. A craft is both a transport and a skill. The magician's wand is both. A pen can be mightier than the sword. What's your craft? Use your symbol well. . .

Heal The King!

Heal The King!