Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's
Eugene Ray 1970's. photo credit: Tom Davis

Saturday, September 29, 2012

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN ANOMALIE= fascinating circular medallion=> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ANCIENT TEXT=CELESTIAL SIGNS crystal/gold/ w/ pyramid artifact ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 12,000 PLUS YEAR OLD=precious glympse= ancient PAST/FUTURE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SEE ATTACHMENT for ARTIFACT amazing photograps & text by= stray Lanis web site

              >in architecture require a<
              >cognizence of our position<
                 >in time and the cosmos<

             >(link w/ et tech/civiization)<?
              >crystal and gold w/ ancient<
                  >possible alien symbols<

          >so old that it is from the future<
                    +12,000 PLUS YEARS+

    >as a boy i saw a ufo over baton rouge<
       >that made me realise that history<
            >taught in average schooling<
                +ONLY SCRATCHED THE+
                        +S U R F A C E+
           >this attachment is companion<
                  +(ANCIENT MEXICO)+
            >to another attachment to be<
                 +TRANSMITTED LATER+
             >galvenises comprehension<
                >of my creative work in<

        >remember: the architecture of a<
          >professor in an art department<
            >must be at the cutting edge<
                        +FRANK GEHRY+
         >turned down usc's offer to head<
           >their program because they<
            >(usc) wouldn't put it in the<
                   +ART DEPARTMENT+

                   >against large schools<
              +IS PROOF IN THE PUDDING+

                 gene ray, lajolla, california

                >eugene ray, mfa, architect<
                 >professor emeritus, sdsu<

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