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What if steam really could be used to bring someone back to life? The first of the great Greek philosophers, Thales, once spoke of water as the origin of everything. Even today, through the experiments of Japanese scientist, Dr. Masaru Emoto, we have learned that water has the ability to be impressed upon, and reactively manifest patterns to our words and emotions. If water be the major constituent of our human being, what if that great light we go to at the end of it all is simply our spirit evaporating towards the Sun like dew before the day? The implication of such, that a body could somehow be consciously reanmiated by steam, seems quite plausible.
I found this song accompanying me as I was lost in thought the other night. The guys on stage playing it were covering it like a Widespread Panic tune which I absolutely loved. When I actually started listening to the words though my mind was appropriately blown…<a href="http://Frankenstein” title=”Frankenstein”>
I have always been interested in the “spark of life”, but for the past few years I have become rather fascinated by an unusual and exotic substance more commonly known as ‘Ormus’. Ormus is a spin-off of an acronym that refers to a group of thirteen metals on the periodic table of elements that, under certain constraints, can supposedly go into a super-conductive state. It is in many circles, and ancient alchemical texts, believed to be the bridge between spirit and matter. Or, the ‘Prometheus Spark’ if you will. I find it appropriate to be delving myself into a character obsessed with unravelling the secret to human animation, and as I become more familiar with, Victor Frankenstein, I find myself feeling eerily connected…