What Are We Going to Do About the Ibis?
And then the next day at the writers festival I noticed all the artwork involving large stones scattered across the festival grounds.
|David Walsh's 'Standing Stones: Pelican' at the Byron Writers Festival|
|Peter Neilson's 'Yanshi'|
|Rod Johnston's 'Large Bull Frog'|
Transmissions From the Galactic Toad Storm?
I wonder if I had of chipped off a few pieces of the frog and put it in a pipe if I would have gotten severely stoned?-)
I'll take that as a yes then Donald:-)
|Christopher Dean's 'Portal of Creation'|
Time to go grab a drink instead at this point, I think:-)
'Introducing JUNG: A Graphic Guide' is a good read too, whether you're a stoner, or not.
And I wouldn't mind checking out more graphic content when it comes to books ... not rocks
Freemason or not, but he was very much the "widow's son" with his father dying when Jung was 20 years old and he built Bollingen House/Tower out of stone when his mother passed away.
When Jung was 69 he had a heart attack and while recovering in hospital he claimed to have had a near death experience [and what sounds like a 'Twin Peaks' experience to me:-] where he went to a huge stone floating in space, detailed below in the book that I'm reading.
|Jung's 'The Stone Speaks'|
That kind of reminds me of a bad 70s movie for some reason;-)