Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

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

Sunday, March 31, 2013

HAPPY EASTER GOOD FRIENDS> jesus had risen leaving a shroud recent ultaviolet light dating ok ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SEASHELLS PERFECT BIOMORPH TENSILE BIOTRONIC STRUCTURE saint bernard/jesus/mario lara> >all love good construction tech ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ARCHITECTURE W/O ARCHITECTS was one of my favorite ref books >back in the early sdsu/ed years ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ GRATITUDE TO DAVE FOBES AS> this us our 200th modern blog ! Inbox x

                >that means>ALL<of you<
                 >this blog for marianne<
                     >my beloved bride<
               >parochial school teacher<
                   >many devoted years<

            +"I AM NOT VERY RELIGOUS"+
           >said one of the most religous<
            >(good) people i have known<
                    >just this past week<
                        +DON'T WORRY+
             >it isn't so much the club but<
               >the >ACTION< that counts<

                +YOU WOULD LOVE OUR+
      >the "choir" includes bongos, rattles<
          >trumpets, violins. full drum set<
            >jazz piano w/ our black priest<
                >loud yodel singing along<
         >dedicated, humble church goers<
              >mostly students pack this<
                 >radiant environment<

                    +HISTORICAL JESUS+
          >left his death shroud behind on<
                     +EASTER SUNDAY+
            >that galvenised our degruy<
             >french family for centuries<
                   >eugene ray / degruy<
                         >holy shroud<

                      +SAINT BERNARD+
                         >orient forest<
                   +DEGRUY NEIGHBOR+
         >of clairvaux the great geomancy<
              >cathedral architect-expert<
                 >was very interested in<
        >technology of an advanced nature<
            >and with jesus, son of a poor<
             >and working as a fisherman<
               >tonights images emerge<

                   +TONIGHTS PHOTOS+
               >seashells are the perfect<
                >biomorphic structures<

                  +FLOWERS OF THE SEA+
         >in honor of jesus the fisherman<
            >who left his shroud behind<
                  >to find its way to the<
                          +RAY CASTLE+
                             >and the<
                        +LE RAY CHAPEL+
           (>i know this reads like fantasy<
              >but read henry lincoln and<
                   >picknett and prince<}

               >by prof. bernard rudofsky<
            >was one of my early ref books<
                >for sdsu/environ design<
                         +MARIO LARA+
               >(sdsu/ed/silvership alum<
                 >now mesa college prof<)
                +MUCHOS GRACIAS+
              >reminded me of that book<
                  >via facebook recently<

       >also to mary lynn hyde, dave fobes<
          >and kevin brekke for advice re<
               >my interest in expanding<
                  >our blog readership<
          >where i met many friends during<
           >my lectures in several countries<
          >especially provided fine scholars<
              >and i shall start there with<
                       +EMAIL CONTACT+
           ( i was inspired by an advert in a<
               >london literary journal by<
                 >an english literary blog<)
           >also to hard working, talented>
             >and devoted dave fobes and<
                 >jim bourke for so much<
              >! +EXCELLENT HELP+ !<
            >dave tells me that this is the<
                          +200th BLOG+
                 >of this modern epoch< !
                  +THANKS MUCH DAVE+
                        +HAPPY EASTER+ !

                 gene ray, lajolla, california

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

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