rooms in time

Rooms in timemountain refuge cabin

Songs build little rooms in time,
and housed within the song’s design
is the ghost the host has left behind
to greet and sweep the guest inside,
stoke the fire and sing his lines..

cozy time

3 days of Condor

Turner: You’re funny. You take pictures of empty streets and trees with no leaves on them.

Kathy: It’s winter.

Turner: Not quite winter. They look like November. Not autumn, not winter. In-between.
I like them.

Kathy: Thanks.

Kathy: Sometimes I take a picture that isn’t like me, but I took it so it is like me. It has to be.
I put those pictures away.

Turner: I’d like to see those pictures.

Kathy: We don’t know each other that well.

Turner: Do you know anybody that well?

Three Days of Condor

musical timeline

That filament that flies by
and it brings yellow light
from those yellow summers back
by coconut palm and snowy pine.

I carry tunes around like they carry me tracks wave part 01 tracks wave part 02

~full size~

this is not an all-time-favourite-songs list, this is songs-i-listened-on-repeat-for-days timeline.

more than a melody’s needed, more than a melody’s needed, more than a melody’s needed, more than a melody’s needed, more than a melody’s needed…

cultural heritage markup

Home: Upper world

подруга: а это “верхний мир”…
я: ну вот такой у меня верхний мир >___<

из диалога с гостем

* Весело провели полчаса, ползая по вики и просматривая символическое значение*

Обитатели Верхнего Мира

  • Птенец кондора. [1], [2], [3]
  • Заяц-шаман, повелитель мухоморов [4], с посохом из веретена. [5]
  • Будда в платочке, за ним – палочки с ароматом инжира. [6]
  • Gipsy Danger [7]
  • Стеклянные сосуды.[8]
  • Многочисленные свечи.[9]


[1] Andean condor

[2] Apparently, female.

[3] In Andean mythology, the Andean condor was associated with the sun deity, and was believed to be the ruler of the upper world.

[4] Amanita muscaria was widely used as an entheogen by many of the indigenous peoples of Siberia. Its use was known among almost all of the Uralic-speaking peoples of western Siberia and the Paleosiberian-speaking peoples of the Russian Far East.

[5] The spindle is closely associated with many goddesses, including the Germanic Holda, Norse Frigg and Freya, Egyptian Isis, Greek Artemis and Athena.
It is often connected with fate, as the Greek Fates and the Norse Norns work with yarns that represent lives.

[6] Buddha achieved enlightenment under the bodhi tree, a large and old sacred fig tree (Ficus religiosa, or Pipal).

[7]“There are things you can’t fight, acts of God. You see a hurricane coming, you have to get out of the way.
But when you’re in a Jaeger, suddenly, you can fight the hurricane. You can win.”
– Raleigh Becket, Pacific Rim

[8] Glass is an ancient material, one of the most ancient known and used by man. The first glass used was natural obsidian, volcanic glass, used to make arrowheads, knives, jewelry, etc. Glass objects created of man made glass are reported to have been found as early from as 4,500 BC in Mesopotamia and 3,000 BC in ancient Egypt. (….) Glass is a melding of the traditional four elements, because through fire and air the silica earth element is made molten and transmuted into a liquid only to return to its earthly state as an apparent solid. (…) Metaphysically, glass represents and carries the energies of transformation, merging of elements, rebirth, focus and communication.

[9] Extensive usage in ceremonies all over the world

Disclaimer: All coincidences are coincidental, and as such – hold even greater value for practicing symbolism readers.