Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

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

Tuesday, July 16, 2013


        >was born in the tropic syndrome of<
           >the Mexican Gulf Creole world<
                      +J U N G L E S+
                 +P L A N T A T I O N S+
         >and the Mayan Culture was always<
            >an inspiration to our creative life<

           >tonight's blog is my homage to<
             +AUGUSTUS le PLONGEON+
                >who found the fabulous<
                >using holographic vision<

                 +TONIGHTS PHOTOS+
         >French Tropic Syndrome Harvest<
           >vision of the dedicated explorer<

  #1).          +AGRARIAN VILLA+
       >modern plantation villa constructed<
            >for an aero space professor<
                 >and his young family<

  #2).            +COSMIC SIGNS+
        >are found always in the plantation<
                     +E.T. LESSONS+
          >fields around our modern world<

  #3).           +GULF ALCHEMY+
        >the radiant tropic vortex annually<        
           > brings intense energy from<
                  >Africa and Mexico<

  #4).           +SANSOUCI 1960+            
       >the first decade of work was made<
           >in the glazed pavilion radiant<
               >in a magnificent jungle<

  #5).               +CHACMOOL+     
        >the greatest work of the Mafya was<
           >found by the great le Plongeon<
            >vision the power of his genius<

        >note: it has been the custom of less<
            >talented "experts" to disparage<
              >le plongeon but recent work<
                   >supports his findings<

               >Eugene Ray Architect<
               >Augustus le Plongeon<
                >Eugene Ray Architect<
                    +CROP CIRCLES+ 
              Eugene Ray, mfa, Architect
                Professor emeritus, sdsu

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