The Tigers are Coming Back from the Heliotropes: Put Thy Feet in the Alblackica Sea

Alblackica Plate VI, Samij Datta, 2012 The Tigers are coming back from the Heliotropes: Put Thy Feet in the Alblackica Sea

Consciousness-Analogue

An ancient ladder-tree is the doctrine of the winter months that centrifuge itself in the summer eclipses of the sun; the rosa-beam twirls itself in the twilight hours, crab-tree moun gave to it the flowers of the zero-circle, a gift of Yuwaziha to the other greatyana eternals waiting to put their feet in the alblackica sea; they must know the sand-vision king who offered carnelian roses to the rivers of the lost paradise; zero from zero is zero minus the one; the space-eating blimtra crocodiles are not fasting today they admire the power of the symbol: thou see the distance that time has moved, thou see the fast-track mind of the Razders and the Baquitras; a free rope is a carriage of the cross over the ladder to carry time into the spaceless non-ethereal matrix of matter: the hen is the crow of the raven’s shelter from light but its not the horn that quits the struggle for a loss or a gain; the bull-elephant is driving the saucer into the farthest point of this creation, the tigers are coming back from the heliotropes; with the turning of the master key the lock of the ice-bed revealed the warm purple rose of the pastoral unicorns, they are the new Zebaxta eternals of the Yuwaziha.

Thou remain calm excrete all fear,

the moon of the last bow has fired the arrow

into the orthocentre of the triangle,

the dawn-mist time of Alblackica is dancing as it comes.

– Joy Roy Chodhury

Reference: Human Body in the pentagram from Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa’s Libri tres de occulta philosophia

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