degrees of magnitude

I went to the sculpture garden at City Park in New Orleans.


There was an amazing sculpture called “Karma”.



The sculpture was intriguing. A smaller version of another self covering the eyes of itself by a smaller version of another self covering the eyes of itself by a smaller version of another self covering the eyes of itself…and you get the picture.



The back of the sculpture looked like a spine.

I can see the end of karma!


Love takes away the heavy weight of time and karma. It removes the blinding illusion that we are separate.




Venus can’t cover your eyes. She doesn’t have any arms.





Diana, the moon goddess, is often shown with a bow and arrow. A bow (bend) and the arrow of time.


New Orleans is called the Crescent City because the original town-the Vieux Carré, also called the French Quarter-was built at a sharp bend in the Mississippi River. The town was founded about 1718 by Jean Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville.

The phases of the moon.


The ebb and flow. Diana is a mysterious lady.




The ebb and flow…think about that, the coastline, the paradox of coastline measurement, and the problem of seeing ourselves as separate while watching this fascinating video.


focus in, focus out

in, out


What about the theory of flat earth? Since all photos from nasa are CGI, and something about the moon landing is kinda fishy…

How would you measure coastline of the ice wall?



Most importantly, what is beyond the ice wall?




7 thoughts on “degrees of magnitude”

  1. MJ

    The Karma statue is fascinating. Must have been a Wow moment when you came across him. And was having the same thought about ‘focus’ earlier !

    The statue reminds me of Gremlins.

    1. That movie creeped me out when I was a kid! Yes, very much like little gremlins piled on top of each other. It also reminded me of this

      don’t look now there’s a monkey on your back!

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