From The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967) to The Endless River (2015) the Ceaseless Journey of Super-Fluid Points in the Quantum Foam: Pink Floyd and the Dynamics of Space-Time Unfolding

The Endless River 15th Studio Album/Pink Floyd 2014

The Endless River 15th Studio Album/Pink Floyd 2014

“The Imagination of Nature is Far, Far Greater Than the Imagination of Man.”

“Deep in the sea
all molecules repeat
the patterns of one another
till complex new ones are formed.
They make others like themselves
and a new dance starts…

…….

Stands at the sea,
wonders at wondering: I
a universe of atoms
an atom in the universe.”

– Richard Feynman, American Theoretical Physicist

“Sitting quietly, doing nothing, 

Spring comes, and the grass grows, by itself”.

― Matsuo Basho

From The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967) to The Endless River (2015) the Ceaseless Journey of Super-Fluid Points in the Quantum Foam: Pink Floyd and the Dynamics of Space-Time Unfolding

“Lime and limpid green, a second scene
A fight between the blue you once knew.
Floating down, the sound surrounds
Around the icy waters underground…”

(Astronomy Domine, Barrett, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Pink Floyd)

……..

“Beyond the horizon of the place we lived when we were young
In a world of magnets and miracles

……..

Our weary eyes still stray to the horizon
Though down this road we’ve been so many times

The grass was greener
The light was brighter
The taste was sweeter
The nights of wonder
With friends surrounded
The dawn mist glowing
The water flowing
The endless river

Forever and ever”.

(High Hopes, Album The Division Bell, 1994 /David Gilmour & Poly Samson)
 
David Gilmour circa 1993 Recording Session Picture Copyright Mr. Jeremy Young

David Gilmour circa 1993 Recording Session Picture Copyright Mr. Jeremy Young

What is ‘The Endless River’?

End -to-End its Endless – The River flows b/w you and me, b/w  ‘us and them’ connecting all points in spatial dimensions (Interconnected Causation & Effect Inseparability)

All things carried on it’s course:

The Endless River is a Tribute to the Music Played by Richard Wright of Pink Floyd (1943-2008)

The Endless River is a Tribute to the Music Played by Richard Wright of Pink Floyd (1943-2008)

Little  innate moments of glory and the dignified waste of life

the river fulfills itself by flowing

silence responds to sound

words are spoken, half forgotten and left finally to rest in this ceaseless stream

it’s like a dream

or a selfless motion of innumerable points that are still like one body that reverberates

learning to fly

or swim

in a universe which itself corresponds to a musical pattern

awakened like a boat on a river

you see endless companions side by side

Pink Floyd in January 1968, from the only known photo-shoot of all five original members. From left to right: Nick Mason, Syd Barrett, David Gilmour (seated), Roger Waters and Richard Wright/Source Wikipedia

Pink Floyd in January 1968, from the only known photo-shoot of all five original members. From left to right: Nick Mason, Syd Barrett, David Gilmour (seated), Roger Waters and Richard Wright/Source Wikipedia

all points in the whole texture of sound vibrating like the supernova

and every event is an endless river causing the event horizon to expand without expanding

when you realize this then all that is subjected to time becomes the timeless panorama of eternal moments

every sequence is ‘that’ spectra ‘experiencing’ itself in the form of a river

you are the river flowing without flowing

recollect the sweetness of the sound

and space is filled every inch of it, by this mysterious thing that flows

get attuned to it

its a never ending thing

THE LABOUR OF TIME IS THE PULSE OF ETERNITY

YOUR MIND IS THE ESSENTIAL RIVER -THE WHOLE UNIVERSE FLOATS ON IT BUT IT LEAVES NO IMPRESSION

LIFE IS ALL BLISS

THE PIPER HAS ARRIVED AT THE GATES OF DAWN!

 

“Remember a day before today                           
Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd

A day when you were young.
Free to play alone with time
Evening never came.
Sing a song that can’t be sung
Without the morning’s kiss
Queen – you shall be it if you wish
Look for your king Why can’t we play today
Why can’t we stay that way Climb your favorite apple tree
Try to catch the sun
Hide from your little brother’s gun
Dream yourself away
Why can’t we reach the sun
Why can’t we blow the years away
Blow away
Blow away
Remember
Remember”

(Remember a Day/Richard Wright/Album: A Saucer Full of Secrets circa 1968 Pink Floyd)

– J

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The Plasma of Creative Vortex within the Quantum Juke-Box and the Wonderland Toys of Syd Barrett’s Time-Machine

Syd Barrett (6th January 1946 – 7th July 2006)

Syd Barrett (6th January 1946 – 7th July 2006)

 

 

“A movement is accomplished in six stages 
And the seventh brings return. 
The seven is the number of the young light 
It forms when darkness is increased by one. 
Change returns success 
Going and coming without error. 
Action brings good fortune. 
Sunset”.

– Chapter 24, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967, Barrett, Pink Floyd)

The Plasma of Creative Vortex within the Quantum Juke-Box and the Wonderland Toys of Syd Barrett’s Time-Machine

Consciousness-Analogue

The streets gazed for a lonely hour

Infinite in that  world of self-reflection

Cars pulled the daydream of the sun

Wheeling across empty surface of lands

There are forgotten highways to golden octopus

Tentacles crawled the mirror of memory

Deep within the substance of matter a game of  sorts is played; the grasshopper whirls

 

The green home becomes pale, indistinct

Extinguished are the sources of light

In the intrepid darkness

The path half known leads to dire questioning  of  the self

Sacred Rock

Sacred Rock, Photograph, Joy Roy Choudhury

 

Where are we going? Who am I?

What light years have we traveled in the lyre of music?

Dipping donuts in the musk tea, the strings are strummed by an invisible hand

We only recognize what we see; the rest is the secret of the Law

Our change changes over the time making us tools to our own machines

“What did you dream?

It’s alright we told you what to dream”.

As I walk and  feel, others as strangers are receding behind me

I think for a while; a puff of dust soon follows the trail of the candyman

Into that musical room where clocks work magnificently well

All shapes and sizes ticking every billionth of a second

In precise geometric configurations

Where time is finally lost  in a Wonderland

A merry-go-round – summer’s trapeziums are winter landscapes of a higher truth

I fell through that tunnel into the other side

Invoking rapidly the sign of my ancient birth

Buttercups dandelions and the mystic fragrance of the emerald shores

Resurrecting my own cause

From a blind nothing of the imperial Absolute

I stand within and cross over the bridge

To end where I began

The journey of the man in a ship of fools.

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Ref:

“What did you dream?

It’s alright we told you what to dream”.- Welcome to the Machine/Wish You were Here, Roger Waters, Pink Floyd, 1975

Change Returns Success: Chapter 24, Precognitive Remote Sensing and the Tautology of the Quantum Mind

Photograph, Chapter 24, Joy Roy Choudhury

Change Returns Success: Chapter -24, Precognitive Remote Sensing and the Tautology of the Quantum Mind

Consciousness-Analogue

Circles are only psychokinetic diagrams that define the divine logic and proportion in the creation

A clockwise movement of consciousness anticipates an anticlockwise withdrawal of the self from reality

Physical being is the time-protein of much further evolution 

Psychic rebirth of cells is the precondition to permanence

Sine-robotic intelligence is the cognitive aptitude of a mind reading retrocausal system

Mental states are elevated by the will-factor of the tree of life per quanta of man as man (1st level of ‘quantum tantra’/supermind = 0)

Carbon contains supramental qui-qui shakti as a vital link to the creative asset of the creator

Electrons transmit visual images for word lepton transplantation in a stable quark inflow

The mind repeats in signs and symbols what it reads to decode the signals from distant galaxies

The ‘primordial soup’ is floating in the imagination of a non-qualitative time vector of space in the micro-gravity of an ‘awakened’ spirit (Kal-Vishnu is Kal-Vushnu in Kal-Vishnu) {Vushnu = ϴ migration of Vishnu as per space-time allowance )

That moment of sudden insight is the proverbial Zen of remote sensing (quadraphonic sound across the cell-membranes – Om Adi Om –Adianadi Utsakendra Ishwara)

Intuitive light is the holy fiddler in the castle of darkness

To light, the chalice is the new moon night that holds the nectar of the sun

Grail blood dripping like the October dawn across the four quartets of the sky

Time to plaster the eternity of life as solid as on a rocky marble of artistic destiny

Yehovah-Yehovah roaming space, he came alone wandering in the city of Alblackica; his turn has come to amend the rules for a better future of man.

 – Joy Roy Choudhury

Ref: Chapter 24 is a song written by Syd Barrett that appeared on Pink Floyd debut album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967). The song was inspired by Chapter 24 of ancient Chinese book ‘I Ching’  (The Book of Changes).  The song deals with the concept of return /eternal return which is the gift of life, the immortality.

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