June 16, 2014  

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The Music of Gounod, a 'thoughtform' from Thought Forms (1901) by Annie Besant & Charles Webster Leadbeater
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The Music of Gounod, a 'thoughtform' from Thought Forms (1901) by Annie Besant & Charles Webster Leadbeater

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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The Music of Gounod - a Thought Form from Thought Forms, by Annie Besant & C.W. Leadbeater. [1]

"The Music of Gounod" illustrates liminality, which in my previous post I called neither fish nor fowl, inbetween, but also something non-existent, an impossible object, like music for the deaf or for people who are tone deaf. The aural experience has been synaesthetically translated in a visual experience. Listen to this drawing, it seems to say.



Jan (or Johann) Christian Bierpfaff (1600-?1690) Satyr Taxis


Sainte-Beuve comparing François Rabelais to Laurence Sterne





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