I wanted to give this topic a brief individual spotlight, as there is a lot to write in today’s Daily Eris & I didn’t want it to get lost. In short: this week started memorably with a trinity of prominent Moon-related items in the news, and will end just as memorably with some rather robust astrological aspects.
Even as late as 2007, the synchronicity still haunted me.
INTRODUCTION TO THE LATEST VERSION: A common question I hear nowadays is, “how did we get here?” By “we,” I largely mean the United States, and by “get here,” I mean the clusterfuck between Trumpism, COVID-19, economic collapse, and so on.
Welcome to the “Daily Eris,” a feature that isn’t very daily really; a feature that is your sweet/sour discordian doorway to wider known universe at any particular moment. I’ll be your host, journalist Clark Can’t.
Today is a very…”resonant” day. Let us count down all the resonances, shall we?
Yesterday I watched two lizards having sex on my front porch. It is, I have been told, how other lizards are made.
I’ve researched many heavy topics over the years, and read many unsettling books. But this post concerns both a topic (the tragedy of the early 1970s band Badfinger) and a book (The Transmigration Of Timothy Archer) I actually cried over; and how that topic and book, though in some ways very different, resonated with each other.
“Winds in the east, mist coming in, / Like somethin’ is brewin’ and bout to begin. / Can’t put me finger on what lies in store, / But I fear what’s to happen all happened before.”
–Bert, “Mary Poppins”
OK. So here is a tale of quite uncanny synchronicity I heard a few days ago first-hand:
I’m going to give you a basic “reading” (interpret that as you wish) regarding the current pandemic. It’s what I feel called to do at the moment, so I’m doing it.
We have all these artifacts of history and yet history, to a degree, is an artificial concept. History isn’t tangible. You can point to “documentary” evidence of reality, or something under glass in a museum (or a scar)…but that is something that exists today, in the Now.