Monday, December 28, 2009

Addition to National Gallery/Of Threads and Bridges

What is believed to be the oldest depiction of Anaphoria by a foreigner arrived yesterday from Japan accompanied by the interim ambassador R. Tomasula. Carbon dating places it at over 3500 years old and in pristine condition for a woodcut of this age. There has been much speculation about the arc between Anaphoria's two highest peaks as it coincides with many myths of this time as a connection that existed between two famous holy men who while never meeting seemed to provide the people with almost instantaneous dual proclamations.
It was known as the time of the great thread or bridge depending on which peak one is able to trace as the source of the story. Much to do as also been made about the actual curve itself resembling the exact proportions of some of Japan's famous bridges.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the post. Perhaps you will be interested to note that the Library of the Commons, a new sydney based collective, has begun a collection of Solid Mandalas - including 4 that were found amongst the possessions of Australia's nobel prize winning author Patrick White upon his death. They have been inexplicably ignored by other would-be collectors for many years now, no doubt because, to the uninitiated, they may only appear to be a bunch of lost marbles!

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  2. IF you could so kindly guide us to these neglected cat eyed wonders

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