The Resurrection of Time in the Valley of the Stars Riding the Xenon Calf of Superman

Vaxuta Eternal, Samij Datta 2012

The Resurrection of Time in the Valley of the Stars Riding the Xenon Calf of Superman

Consciousness-Analogue

Silence is an anonymous poet who has painted the murals of the sky with the stars

He himself is the king advocate of the divine order in the creation

His vessels are the building blocks of consciousness

His reign over time has crossed the eternal existence

His kingdom has harboured man with manifold gifts

From the naked desire he gave cognition its birth from 8verb-light-muscle5 /matter of the Creatrix

And the speech came out from the Brouhaman gripping sound-tablets walking like verbs

Ganges slept on the mind of the man (manu)

Nile was overflowing through his veins

Mississippi was his destiny of dreams                                                       

And the Volga gave him the rare instinctive faculty of effect-cause synthesis

Lao Tzu was an ancient man

Lao Tzu was him

Silence crucified himself in the para-brahman 6-afterlight-6 causes

The night sang the glory of the day in the deep honour of his love

Ringing petals as if they are bells in the odyssey of the light leaping into the sea

The stars say it’s the resurrection of time in the lap of its mother

Vaxuta was only looking at the mountains, farmers, horses and elephants

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Entire-Creation-Entire= (JAZUP –YAWUX-786 UKA) System Evolution Strength

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Ref: Lao-Tzu Painting

“The great Chinese sage Lao-tze has said: ‘One who may die, but will not perish, has life everlasting’. It means that he lives in the life of the immortal Man. The urging for this life induces men to go through the struggle for a true survival.

– Man’s Nature, The Religion of Man, Hibbert Lectures, Oxford (1930), Rabindranath Tagore

 

 

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To the Man of Honour in the Memory of Freedom that has the New Light Intensity of the Stars (Bob Dylan’s Awarded Highest Civilian Honour by the US President, Barack Obama)

FOREVER YOUNG/Bob Dylan                

“May God bless and keep you always
May your wishes all come true
May you always do for others
And let others do for you
May you build a ladder to the stars
And climb on every rung
May you stay forever young
Forever young, forever young
May you stay forever young”.

On May 30th, 2012, US President Barack Obama honoured Bob Dylan with the nation’s highest Civilian Honour, the medallion of Freedom in the East Room of the White House.  This award and recognition for his contribution to the cultural history spanning almost six decades running is not that something that can be understood so easily by his followers, but his songs have bestowed on us a special grace that can keep us always ‘Forever Young’ as we ‘build a ladder to the stars’.

Dylan’s consciousness and the universal acceptance of existential suffering and struggle in his songs with almost magical lyrics that come from nowhere as if riding the inner-horse of his self-identity , are so rare like museum artefacts, that one may tend to look back at the linguistics process of speech and how that is cultivated at the mental level free from dichotomy, and, free from any bias, to merge with the liberal actions of environmental evolution, is something that the present generation may follow for the good. The technology we use, the products we make and the services we render are all intrinsically value-driven phenomena, time is a causal syndrome whose effect is something more than its material satisfaction, it is deeply tied to a thread that levers man towards higher goals and destinies. That may be only possible if we believe that we can make the journey forever young at heart withstanding ‘the times they are a-changin’ with the wisdom of a new power that gives equal right to every man on the street , and ushers the light of an enlightened immortality because “the fire is lighted, the hammers are working, and for laborious days and nights amidst dirt and discordance the musical instrument is made…the process of evolution  is a continuous process that finds its meaning in Man”. “The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind,/the answer is blowin’ in the wind”. ( Blowin’ in the Wind, The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, 1963)

– Joy Roy Choudhury

Ref: “The fire is lighted, the hammers…finds its meaning in Man”-Man’s Universe, The Religion of Man, Hibbert Lectures Oxford, 1930, Rabindranath Tagore

Ref: Picture SKY NEWS UK