Stand still for a moment – Ta Prohm

On April 29, 2014, in Digital, Musing, by aronimus

Stand still for a moment…  Perfectly still.   Look around you and take in the workings of the universe.

Harun was walking through the botanic gardens some years back.  There had been a recent volcanic eruption in South America.  Up near the observatory he did see the full moon rise above the Rimutaka ranges  and it was blood red.  He then did sit upon a park bench and marvel at this most wondrous natural phenomena!

Whilst taking it in, he did look upon the the suits busily walking past on their way home…  tuned into their iPods, horse blinkers on walking flat out in an almighty great hurry.  Only one guy actually noticed it and briefly stopped to observe the rare sight before continuing on his way.  Everyone else was oblivious.

As we rush through the daily tasks of our busy lives, it is so easy to miss the beautiful things that make life worth living.  Stand still for a moment and see what you’re missing.

 

Stand still for a moment - Ta Prohm

This scene is happening in a secluded corner of  Ta Prohm Temple in Cambodia.

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Here the woman from the previous work is fused with the outline of the reef at Castlepoint on the Wairarapa Coast.

On his last visit Mick aka Mikail bin Perci did announce to his son Harun that “the monkeys were at Castlepoint”.  He had been hitting his moonshine from the bin Perci distillery, but Harun did listen unto him anyway.  He spoke of sitting there drinking with a mate some years back, looking upon the reef.  His mate was getting weirded out as the rocks were all looking like primates as the shadows changed during the day.  Harun had indeed noticed that the end of the reef did look like a large primate muzzle and brow.      Mikail did say that his mother grew up just down the road at Mataikona, which Harun doth translate as a nook with a tree in it.    She sayeth that back in the past the local Maori wouldn’t go out on the reef.

Harun doth believe that the reef  is indeed a spiritual place and there be a lot of energy there.   One should sit against the light house at night looking out to sea.  The multiple beams of light appear to curve as if some great dome and the galaxy can be seen in great detail.  Harun muses to himself that this indeed could be the makings of another great work.

This creation has nothing to do with primates nor the beams of light.  Through practicing her gong on the reef she has somehow generated some form of organic fractal membrane across the sky opening into a Mandelbrot shaped rift where she can see her own iris which appears almost as a sun along with other solar system related material.  Maybe this is a vision of her own retina.

Cosmic energies about the Castlepoint Reef

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Unlock the workings of the cosmos

Sala Keoku is a fantastic statue garden located near Nong Khai in Thailand.  The place is some sort of cult based on a fusion of Buddhist and Hindu practices.

a r o n i m u s sees this particular scene happening as thus…

The women pictured is doing some form of meditation or Qigong style practice.   As she works with the energies within and without, the greater workings of the cosmos become apparent.  The fractal structures that make up all things subtly illuminate in the background while the great spheres of the solar system endlessly turn over head.  Though pictured as Radix Chart rather than a figurative sense.

 

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On April 28, 2014, in Musing, by aronimus

A tale about aronimus.

Back some time ago,  a r o n i m u s – the wandering artist and sage did roam his way across South East Asia.
Stopping at many a town and tumble down ruin along the way he doth take many a photo and draw a great many pictures… He did muse and ramble and observe.

On returning to the land of his birth he did find himself in a tower down town and alas the wandering sage was all but lost.  He festered away in the tower while the photos and drawings did do naught but occupy magnetic dots on his hard drive and pages in his diary.  That is, until transiting Uranus did align with Mars in his 7th house.  The almighty upset of this significant event did bring upon a rebirth of the artist and sage!

Welcome to the chronicle of the new, reborn, wandering artist and sage, a r o n i m u s a.k.a. Harun bin Perci al Zelandi.  Here you will find creations derived from the the material gathered from that time along with fresh musings both written and visual.