Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

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

Tuesday, July 2, 2013


                   +AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL+
                       +THE FANTASTIC IS+
                      >tielhard de chardin, s.j.<
                             >(Jesuit Order)<
                        +"ATLANTIS RISING"+
           >magazine current issue has much that<
             >would make tielhard happy and for <
                  >me the article about talented<
                          +SAINT BERNARD+
                  >design influence at that gothic<
                       >cathedral is very special<

                        +TONIGHT'S PHOTOS+
               >the fantastic in life and work was<
                 >daily radiant "modus operandi"<

  #1).              +CARLOS CASTANEDA+
              >we can thank for introducing us to<
                 >living/vision/reality of life by the<
                  >of the native American world<

   #2).                      +NATURE+
          >was the Relm of the Native American<
               >and biotronic energy was their<
                 >powerful radiant technology<

   #3).                      +KERLIAN+
              >photography can reveal this living<
                >biotronic energy force in nature<
                     >and Radiant Architecture<

   #4).               +CONES & DOMES+
             >we tested at SDSU for this life force<
                >in my very first year of teaching<
                  >provided a powerful synergy<

   #5).                     +CIRCULAR+
            >structures synchronistically provided<
                >my oeuvre an inherent pattern<
                    >with the biotronic energy<

                >daily newspaper reality distracts<
                    >from the heart of the issue<
                +NATURE IS OUR BEST GUIDE+
                 >Juan the Shaman & Bernard de<
                     >Clairvaux both discovered<
                        +NATURE'S SECRETS+

                      Eugene Ray, mfa, Architect
                       Professor Emeritus, sdsu

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