Miles W Mathis, Polymath

Leonardo da Miles Mathis Miles W Mathis first appeared to me as a modern day Leonardo Da Vinci. Like Leonardo, he was very competent at several distinct areas of endeavor. The only remaining question was, can he cook? or fence? The areas of expertise are art, particularly portraiture and human figure painting, science, especially physics […]

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Astro-Synthesis

Synthesizing Astrological Elements Recall, as we move into this short essay of notes from Robert Phoenix’s webinar series in Astro-thinking, that these are not much more than raw notes. They may be of interest only to me. But there are nuggets in them that might satisfy the astro-hungry. Robert Phoenix is tweaking his categories as […]

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Ancient Musical Notation

What’s Missing in the History of Music Notation? Cave paintings from 30,000 years ago show musical instruments and dancers, (in India.) That being observed, there is no particular continuity to western music notation. Even Indian music notation, which is said to be more complex than western, arose sometime after the cave painting was made.  There […]

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Astro-Thinking

Thinking Symbolically in Archetypes The first presentation by Robert Phoenix was a deep dive into astrology. He had a recurring theme of thinking astrologically. In the middle of his presentation he interpolated an idea that was maybe unplanned. He was speaking of Mars and Neptune. So, he found an image of Aquaman from the new […]

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