Hmm, I wanted to recap some of what I wrote above.
But I forgot most of it as I didn't write it down the other day.
Maybe we can just look at it in equation form for simplicity to get the general idea.
Head/Skull = Orphic Egg/Seed = Grail/Heart = Core etc
A "Plant" grows out of the seed, and it's the "Power Plant".
Also like a Fountain, etc etc.
There are many "sound references", so what's that about?
Well think of the Wheel for example:
of a Wheel?
So "God Spoke" from the Center (or Hub
A spoke is one of some number of rods radiating from the center of a wheel (the hub where the axle connects), connecting the hub with the round
So 'Radius' is literally = God's "Day" as the Latin translation references imply.
Rays of Light = Voice of Creation = 'Spokes'
These wikis are really interesting to look at from a wider esoteric perspective due to their terminology and how it applies, another example:
The bearings allow the hub shell (and the rest of the wheel parts) to rotate freely about the axle. Most bicycle hubs use steel or ceramic ball
bearings. Older designs used "cup and cone", whereas some modern wheels use pre-assembled "cartridge" bearings.
Also I should explain the "Brother Kane" reference with the "Breadmaker Bred our Breed".
Why is the "Children of the Corn: Genesis"?
Check the Bible, first book:
2Then she also gave birth to his brother Abel. Now Abel became a shepherd of a flock, but Cain cultivated the land. 3In the course of time Cain
presented some of the land's produce as an offering to the LORD. 4And Abel also presented [an offering]b[›] — some of the firstborn of his flock
and their fat portions.c[›] The Lord had regard for Abel and his offering, 5but He did not have regard for Cain and his offering. Cain was furious,
and he was downcast.
Cain = Breadmaker, literally he was cultivating the land.
So would this make Abel the Butcher perhaps?
So who is the "Candle Stick Maker"?
is a riddle!
Anyone play the Fiddle?
Also check this out from the STP Core album wiki:
The first recorded track for the album, the 96 second "Wet My Bed", emerged from an improv session between vocalist Weiland and bassist Robert,
who were alone in the studio. Producer Brendan O'Brien can be heard at the end of the track, walking into the room and saying "All right, now
what?" The rest of the album was recorded in a matter of five weeks, after which the band decided on the name "Core", referring to the apple of
the Biblical story Adam and Eve.
Adam and Eve, and their sons don't forget! Hah.
Check out the song name list as well for a few clues.
I'll make it into a paragraph to help explain it:
Do you know "Where the River Goes" ?
Is there "No Memory" of the "Sin" from that "Wicked Garden" ?
It's about that "Sex Type Thing" on a "Naked Sunday",
and you may think that "Piece of Pie" is "Dead & Bloated",
but this "Creep" I call the "Crackerman" reveals it is "Plush".
"Wicked Garden"'s lyrics deal with the loss of innocence and purity, while "Sin" addresses "violent and ugly" relationships.
So it's all explaining + and - , yin vs yang, good vs evil.
The "Fruit" that granted Knowledge gave the ability to discern with our Hearts, so to speak.
So we begin to Love and Hate, Give and Take, Speak in Truth and Lies, to be Naked or Clothed, Etc...
One brother killed the other, so on and so forth.
In the last several threads I have mentioned this multiple times from multiple aspects but we are back here again from completely different angles,
this time from modern alternative rock music's poorly understood themes/symbolism.
Anyways back to "Hub
" for a moment, it's a weasel (with an easel?).
Hub, one of several names for a male weasel
Why is it so important figuratively speaking?
Hub, in video games is a type of level that serves as direct access to all other levels
A little more fiction to show how important the term/idea is as a clue itself:
Hub (comics), Marvel comics fictional character
Hub (magazine), a UK-based online speculative fiction magazine
Hubs (Transformers), fictional character
The Hub (Torchwood), HQ of Torchwood III, UK fictional organization fighting aliens based in Cardiff
From the 'Torchwood' link it says it's the location of a "Rift".
So I poked around and found this:
early 14c., "a split, act of splitting," from a Scandinavian source (compare Danish and Norwegian rift "a cleft," Old Icelandic ript (pronounced
"rift") "breach;" related to Old Norse ripa "to break a contract" (see riven).
To Break? Wheels have breaks typically.
"of or pertaining to river banks," 1849, with -an + Latin riparius "of a river bank," from riparia "shore," later used in reference to the
stream flowing between the banks, from ripa "(steep) bank of a river, shore," probably literally "break" (and indicating the drop off from ground
level to the stream bed), or else "that which is cut out by the river," from PIE root *rei- "to scratch, tear, cut" (cognates: Greek ereipia
"ruins," eripne "slope, precipice;" Old Norse rifa "break, to tear apart;" Danish rift "breach," Middle High German rif "riverbank,
seashore;" English riven, rift).
So "Where the River Goes" it makes a Rift, a Break of the Banks.
The "Riven River that Rends" and Bends and it Sends us to our Ends.
"split, cloven, rent," c.1300, past participle adjective from rive "to tear, rend."
c.1200, from or related to Old English slitan "to slit, tear, split, rend to pieces; bite, sting; back-bite,"
Cloven? "Cloven Hooves", Clove, Cleave, and Coven, etc.
Rent? Rind? Rend?
"torn place," 1530s, noun use of Middle English renten "to tear, rend"
Old English rendan, hrendan "to tear, cut down," from West Germanic *randijan (cognates: Old Frisian renda "to cut, break," Middle Low German
rende "anything broken," German Rinde "bark, crust"), probably related to rind. Related: Rended; rent; rending.
Old English rinde "bark, crust," later "peel of a fruit or vegetable" (c.1400), from Proto-Germanic *rind- (cognates: Old Saxon rinda, Middle
Dutch and Dutch rinde "bark of a tree,"
This Tree Harkens with a Bark Leaves Marks!
This Sender of the Render tells us about the Arc Sparks,
Which is a "Present", or Gift.
late 14c., "repeat, say again," from Old French rendre "give back, present, yield" (10c.), from Vulgar Latin *rendere (formed by dissimilation or
on analogy of its antonym, prendre "to take"), from Latin reddere "give back, return, restore," from red- "back" (see re-) + comb. form of dare
"to give" (see date (n.1)).
I Dare to Give the Secret of God's Spoke,
which is the Date/Radius about which I Wrote.
Ask is it "Sound" or "Unsound" as I Unwound the Bound and Astound all those Around?
Rip Away, Flay Flakes off the Day, Seize the Dame!
Break through the Window Pane of Pain - it's the Chain,
Attain the Brain I say Again,
It's the Terrain of the Inner Sane Train.
Contain and Detain the Complain and Disdain.
Drain into the Domain of the Main Mountain,
I Refrain with Rain from the Grain Fountain.
What's that, the Jain Saint that Ordains and Remains in Plain Paint?
That Stain is so Faint you gotta Strain to see the Taint.