Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

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

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

MAXIMISING INTERNAL VOLUME >reality of a glass is the volume< ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ RADIANT ARCHITECTURE CONES- -SEVERAL OF MY CONE DESIGNS before w.c bongs book made my RADICAL DESIGNS not so radical ! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 5 PHOTOS= AQUARIUS DESIGNS >arcadian concepts for posterity ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ BIOTRONIC ENERGY prototypes/ new life for organic architecture

               +ARCADIAN PROTOTYPES+
        >several of my design concepts w/<
                    +CONICAL VOLUME+
              >as powerful expanders of<
                     >biotronic energy<

     >to the talented architect and painter<
                         +TOM HART+
       >for his kind message following my<
        >piece yesterday on mayan design<
          >(tonight's piece builds on that)<

                      +JUNGLE CONES+
          >ancient radiant energy designs<
            >of the mayan architects was<
                >lead photo of that piece<

                +"THE GODS MACHINES"+
     >("from stonehenge to crop circles")<
                     +BERKELEY 2008+
             >by scholar wun chok bong<
                +EMPHASISES CONICAL+
                    >energy generators<
          +WITH THE 135 DEGREE ANGLE+
              +LAYOUT AS UNIVERSAL IN+
                   +EARTHLY ANTIQUITY+

                   +TONIGHT'S PHOTOS+
       >reviews my own versions of conical<
        >based radiant architecture over<
           >twenty five california years<

       #1)       +NATIVE AMERICAN+
            >center for san diego county<
         >designed at the invitation of the<
              >native american council of<
                   >san diego california<

       #2)          +RADIANT TOWER+
          >biotronic energy hydrotherapy<
           >"people wash" prototype was<
               >based on a math formula<
               >in four conical stations of<
                     >biotronic radiance<

        #3)            +PLANTATION+
        >modern plantation prototype for<
           >three generations of a creole<
                >louisiana family raising<
                        +SUGAR CANE+
               >reflection of my louisiana<
                  >creole family heritage<

         #4)           +COLOR SLIDES+
          >of three different conical radiant<
              >biotronic energy prototypes<
              A)       +RADIANT CENTER+
                >two top slides review design<
                  >for environ process center<
             B)           +PLANTATION+
              >lower left, reviews rendered<
                  >color graphic version of<
                     >louisiana plantation<
             C)         +PEOPLE WASH+
           >small "backyard" prototype for<
               >biotronics, meditation and<
                     +CREATIVE ACTIVITY+
             >rather like the japanese tea<
                 >house & french gazebo<

            #5)        +JUNGLE CONE+
               >originally designed for the<
                >madre grande monastery<
                    >jacumba, ca, campus<

                  +RADIANT PROTOTYPE+
         >double power, tall, monumental<
             >biotronic energy prototype<
               >for a jungle environment<
                       +HUMAN HEALTH+
             >this prototype would be best<
                      +(MAYA MEMORY)+
                 >located in a thick jungle<
                      >rising majestically<
                        +BARATARIA &+
                +FRENCH ORIENT FOREST+

                 gene ray, lajolla, california

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

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