clementine |ˈklemənˌtīn; -ˌtēn|nouna tangerine of a deep orange-red North African variety that is grown around the Mediterranean and in South Africa.ORIGIN 1920s: from French clémentine, from the male given nameClément.
'A beast car locked in against morning' -Jim Morrison
Man In The Mirror from William Morgan on Vimeo.
Crowley was asked about his title in court when he testified in a 1934 lawsuit. He was asked,
"Did you take to yourself the designation of the Beast 666?"
"Do You call yourself the 'Master Therion?"
"What does Therion mean?"
"Great wild beast."
"Do these titles convey a fair impression of your practice & outlook on life?"
"It depends on what they mean."
"The Great Wild Beast and the Beast 666 are out of the Apocalypse?"
Wendy \we(n)-dy\ as a girl's name is pronounced WEN-dee. It is of English origin, and the meaning of Wendy is "friend". Literary: a created name for the heroine in James Barrie's "PeterPAN"
-Heywood R. Floyd
-Jim Morrison, born Dec. 8th
'We all shine on'
-John Lennon, departed on Dec. 8thEye am the Eggman,
Eye am the Walrus
"How happy is the blameless Vestal's lot The world forgetting by the world forgot Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind Each pray'r accepted and each wish resign'd"
-Pope Alexander, or Alexander Pope, Eye can't remember which
"Vestal" refers to a vestal virgin, a virgin priestess of Vesta, a Roman goddess. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vestal_Virgin
And the truth is plain to see."
But I wandered through my playing cards
And they would not let her be
One of sixteen vestal virgins
Who were leaving for the coast
And although my eyes were open wide
They might have just as well been closed
"There's a snake in my boot"
Why So Sirius?
All Games contain the idea of Death.' -Jim Morrison
'A beast caged in the heart of the city' -Jim Morrison
MR. TEAGUE: You’re responsible for 42% ofsales, almost half of what we’re looking at down there...
We've already made arrangements for relocating the cemetery.
-Come on. That's sacrilegious, isn't it? -Don't worry about it.
After all, it's not an ancient tribal burial ground.
Besides, we've done it before.
ln 76 . Right down there.
All 300 acres.
And let me tell you, it was quite a deal.
But l never heard anything about it. lt's not something one advertises on a billboard...
...or on the side of a BUS.
Lester picks up a CD case from a shelf and examines it.
You like Pink Floyd?
I like a lot of music.
Man, I haven't listened to this album in years.
He shakes his head, then puts the CD case down.
"Don't you wanna go where the rainbow ends?"
Last nii^ht—but ihc boy shrieked in 's sleep—then, there I had ended all ! Having in;^rcssed the track.
That leads tvnm green or white-crowned hours to black,
The plea->ant port. of the scorpion snare, First gleaming toils of an enchantress' hair
That afterward shall cliange their fer\ours slack To strong j4ri])e of a dcxil-ti'^h : go back? The hand is put forth to the ploui^h -bevsare '.
1 tookmyshrinedown: attheni;^htwelay Four hours debating between fear and sin :
Whether our lo\e went deeper than the bkin. Or lower than the lips ; love won the day.
We nestled like young turtles that be twin Close till the morn-star chased the moon away.
pg.42 -Alice-ter Crowley, An AdulteryTHE CATERPILLAR: You’re not Absolem. I’m Absolem. The
question is...who are YOU? He blows smoke rings in her face. She coughs.
ALICE: What do you mean by that? I ought to know who I am!
THE CATERPILLAR: Yes, you ought. Stupid girl. Unroll
The White Rabbit unrolls an ancient PARCHMENT lying on a toadstool.
WHITE RABBIT: “The Oraculum: Being a Calendrical Compendium of Underland.”
"It's called 'JACK RABBIT SLIMS', an Elvis man should love it"Vincent \v(i)-nce-nt, vin-cent\ as a boy's name is pronounced VIN-sent. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Vincent is "prevailing". From Vincentius. The name ultimately derives from Latin"vincere", meaning "to conquer". Steadily used since the early Christian days.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vega
While July 4th may be known in America as Independence Day, it is also celebrated across the Atlantic as Alice In Wonderland Day. According to C. M. Rubin, in an article from the Huffington Post (What Do July 4th and Alice in Wonderland Have in Common?), July 4th is celebrated as “the day that commemorates Lewis Carroll’s first telling of the famous children’s story to his young inspiration, Alice Liddell. It is the day on which Carroll sent his child friend Alice down a rabbit hole in his far-fetched tale, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. During the course of her journey, Alice finds the courage to overcome the strange, often intimidating characters she meets in the kingdom of Wonderland, realizing they are just ridiculous obstacles in her path. ” On July 4, 1862, Charles went on a picnic with some friends up the Isis River. One of the children on the picnic was a ten year old girl named Alice. Alice begged Charles to tell her one of his stories. So he began telling her about young girl named Alice and her adventures underground.
'And the sea isn't green, & eye love the Queen, & what exactly is a dream, and what exactly is a joke?'
-Cid Bare It
All mimsy were ye borogoves; And ye mome raths outgrabe
EYES WEYEDE SHUT
"Decry the Metal Fox" -Jim Morrison
Atlas shrugged, Jesus wept, & Lenny Bruce is not afraid
We all may live in a yellow SUBmarine, but the blue BUS is calling us