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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2015 12:08 pm 
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2015 5:48 pm 
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WEll, I enjoyed that very much, Jasun. Thank you.

"Kubrick CON" Very likely.

I didn't have to spend another day without knowing the mystery of the "Kubrikon!"

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2015 7:19 pm 
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liberty wrote:
How come I lost?

Ah so you took this as the "answer" to the challenge; understandably enough ~ but I'd blanked that inevitability.

Well it is and it isn't. You may have noticed that when it seems to be explaining one Kubrickon (Kubrick's) it shifts to explaining another (Horsley's).

I am not doing this deliberately. The confusion is my own (tho it's largely language-based, the word "Kubrickon" refers to the present art project as well as its subject, arg).

So, to be clear, this latest comic doesn't spell out the full answer; but it certainly gives a lot more pointers.

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i figure the In Plain Sight book is the one about Jimmy Savile; is the On the Edge book On the Edge : Political Cults Right and Left?


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https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/205 ... n-the-edge

they were on my bed when I drew the comic

Just finished the St Aubyn one.

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Jasun wrote:
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20518877-on-the-edge

they were on my bed when I drew the comic

Just finished the St Aubyn one.



this may be a good example of one's reading of intent vs the creator's intent

I see the titles in the comic as being placed there intently for meaning and not just what happened to be on your nightstand

whereas I read Kubrick's films as intently satirical condemning the male you may read them as intently patriarchal


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gregtramel wrote:
this may be a good example of one's reading of intent vs the creator's intent

I see the titles in the comic as being placed there intently for meaning and not just what happened to be on your nightstand

Yes, and why do you see them that way (besides your own bent of character)? Because originally that was how/why I placed them there, in imitation of Stanley.

So is this also a great example of conditioned response, and how, with just a few nudges, the recipient (audience) takes over the work of the communicator (artist)?

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whereas I read Kubrick's films as intently satirical condemning the male you may read them as intently patriarchal

I think you are more stuck on Kubrick's ideology than I am.

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Jasun wrote:
with just a few nudges, the recipient (audience) takes over the work of the communicator (artist)?


very good point, as I've admitted I have a tendency to do that but that is the reader's responsibility, the reader constructs the story, not the creator


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I find that reference to Saturn in your comic personally meaningful. In August of 2014 I performed a Saturnian magical operation and the results left a residual stream of Saturnian synchronicity ever since (perhaps those SynchroMystics can appreciate that). A strange thing about it at the time was that I never use "planetary magic" for anything but something came over me to perform a formal invocation of Saturn.

There's actually a lot of symbolism in your comic that I find interesting on a personal level but that is probably not what is important here. But for example, the idea that the king/royalty defines what is royal/real is a line of thought that has been on my mind for a lot of years. "What does this really mean?" is asking "What does the king say about this?" and "Is this real?" translates to "Has the king sanctioned it?". That really is the foundation of what we call "consensus reality" or "real estate". This is also the basis for the so-called "secret society"; to create a liminal space where the official rule of reality does not apply. A space where human beings traffic and converse with the Other. You can read "the Other" in a number of ways and I'll leave it at that. ;)

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