1994.08.18
Ingrid final end
1201

1994.10.05     1211
notes on Chronosomatics
001 The story begins...
002 more idea on Masolino's Annunciation
003 interpretations of the column
004 other Annunciation paintings
005 Annunciation as both end and beginning
006 dates of the Annunciation paintings
007 the leap -- connecting dualities
008 quondam ideas on duality

1994.10.06     1212
notes on Chronosomatics
009 Annunciation bibliographies
010 Venturi on duality
011 "Geometry" article quotation
012 thoughts on duality and symmetry
013 Christ as the center of time
014 two legs as the foremost corporal duality
015 Canon of Polyclitus; circle/square
016 (corporal) duality into singularity
017 "a timepiece of humanity"
018 movement of the 'present' through the body
019 many references to Christian theology

1994.10.09     1213
notes on Chronosomatics
020 the body is a clock
021 EB time listings
022 EB: time measurement
023 EB: duration and time
024 EB: clock
025 EB: chronology
026 "plane of the present"
027 the outstretched arms
028 birth of Christ at the center
029 Vitruvius: center of the body
030 circle/square diagram
031 walking out of the Garden of Eden

1994.10.10     1214
notes on Chronosomatics
032 Mumford: nomads came first
033 metaphor; corporal duality
034 (corporal) duality into singularity

1994.10.11     1215
notes on Chronosomatics
035 sex at the corporal center
036 purge versus sex
037 gauging the body/timepiece
038 connecting physiology with humanity's development
040 questions of the timepiece
041 theory of the future of humanity
042 legs and feet -- future and past foundation
043 general principles of the timepiece
044 physiology: definition of
045 center, birth, sex, morphology: definitions of
046 third self portrait first line
047 crucifix as symbol; wounds of Christ
048 the wounds of Christ
049 the Holy Innocents
050 first consideration of the navel
051 Renaissance at the navel
052 navel: Humanism, Luther, gauge
053 gauge the entire body
054 1/2 inch equals a century

1994.10.12     1216
notes on Chronosomatics
056 2000 years AD - digestion/assimilation
057 Americanism
058 circle/square junctures: revolutions
059 digestion, digest: definitions of
060 assimilation in the intestines
061 3rd millennium - upper digestion
062 operational parts of the body
063 metabolism
064 metabolism (philosophical)
065 population (pregnancy)
066 population
067 population -- male/female

1994.10.12 watercolor series 1.db 1217

1994.10.12 watercolor series 2.db 1218

1994.10.13     1219
notes on Chronosomatics
068 population - male/female
069 plane of the present and the feet
070 population at the corporal center
071 penis, Golden Age of Ancient Greece
072 Christ's wounds at the feet
073 population and pregnancy
074 pregnancy dated chronosomatically
075 pregnancy and population - 3rd millennium

1994.10.14     1220
notes on Chronosomatics
076 pregnancy gauge (drawing)
077 beginning and end of pregnancy, second birth
078 imagination
079 phases of human imagination
080 writing the Timepiece book
081 pregnancy, breasts, age of woman
082 a powerful time for women
083 general notes on the third millennium
084 man on Mars

1994.10.18     1221
notes on Chronosomatics
085 metabolic imagination
086 The Divine Body
087 general notes: the fourth millennium
089 the plane of the present at critical junctures

1994.10.18
Guess Who's Coming To Diner     1226

1994.10.20     1231
notes on Chronosomatics
090 today's plurality
091 Paglia's "The Year of the Penis"
092 more work needed on the third millennium
093 4th millennium, symbolic role of air
094 heart, Sacred Heart
095 Cocking's Imagination

1994.10.21     1232
notes on Chronosomatics
096 Cocking quotation
097 Cocking quotation
098 Cocking quotation, metabolic imagination
099 speculation on the end of pregnancy
100 second birth, Second Coming
101 second birth, female birth
102 God's plan, female Pope
103 the Timepiece as diagram of God's plan
104 the theory developing
105 the theory writing itself
106 the persent a moving partition
107 the present sheds light
108 the present, Heidigger, Kahn
109 rib cage; symbolism of skeleton?

1994.10.22     1233
notes on Chronosomatics
110 definitions: heart, diaphragm, parturition
111 the present as thin partition
112 definitions: lung, respiration, osmosis, skeleton, spine, spinal column, backbone

1994.10.25     1234
notes on Chronosomatics
113 thoughts on the diaphragm
114 peripheral skeleton hiatus
115 thoughts on the spinal column
116 spinal column to brain
118 spinal column, spinal chord
119 spinal column, spinal chord

1994.10.27     1235
notes on Chronosomatics
120 backbone of humanity?
121 diaphragm, rib cage
122 diaphragm as separator
125 the diaphram and birth

1994.10.31     1236
notes on Chronosomatics
126 The Sacred and the Profane, second birth
127 alimentary canal?
128 heart at transition from metabolism to osmosis
129 metabolism, osmosis, heart, lung
130 heart: beat, pump, force

1994.11.01     1237
notes on Chronosomatics
134 definitions: force, rhythm, pump, beat, pulsate
135 end of assimilation, beginning of metabolism
136 heart surrounded by osmosis
137 symbolism of the heart?
138 the heart and nurturing
141 the body as ultimate symbol of humanity
142 make a century by century list
143 reading the Timepiece

1994.11.01 venice-moon-solar system.db 1238

1994.11.03     1239
notes on Chronosomatics
145 span of the Timepiece, circle/square junctures

1994.11.06     1240
notes on Chronosomatics
147 further gaugings
148 attempting a century by century list
149 the "slice" at 2000 AD

1994.11.07     1241
notes on Chronosomatics
150 quotations from Erwin, Annunciations to Anyone
151 writing the Timepiece as literature
152 capturing the whole "story"
153 quotation from Erwin, Annunciations to Anyone
154 quotation from Erwin, Annunciations to Anyone
155 quotation from Erwin, Annunciations to Anyone
156 quotation from Erwin, Annunciations to Anyone

1994.11.10     1242
notes on Chronosomatics
157 how to tell the "story"?
158 setting a date to the navel
159 interpreting [chronosomatics]
161 thoughts on sitting

1994.11.14     1243
notes on Chronosomatics
165 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
166 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
168 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
169 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation

1994.11.15     1244
notes on Chronosomatics
170 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
171 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
172 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
173 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
174 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation
175 quotation from Atonement and Incarnation

1994.11.17     1245
notes on Chronosomatics
176 100% osmosis, enter the heart
177 transition to the lungs
178 thoughts on sitting
179 transition to heart and lungs
180 heart as 100% osmosis?

1994.11.18     1246
notes on Chronosomatics
181 heart as spontaneous, definition of spontaneous
182 spontaneous magnetism

1994.11.21     1247
notes on Chronosomatics
183 heart, "second birth"
184 Zeitengels
185 screenplays for the Timepiece
186 connection of the rib cage to the spinal column
187 significance of metabolism?
188 the heart as magnet?
189 my place in the Timepiece, metabolic imagination
190 transition within the 3rd millennium
191 phases within the 3rd millennium
192 Christ's last wound

1994.11.22     1248
notes on Chronosomatics
193 Christ's last wound
194 Christian message of the Timepiece
195 3rd millennium: organs, solar system, last 1/3 of pregnancy
196 2190 AD
197 kidneys
198 metabolic imagination

1994.11.23     1249
notes on Chronosomatics
199 kidneys: metabolism and assimilation
200 proto-metabolic point of view
201 assimilation, plurality, 1994
202 the plane of the present working against gravity

1994.11.25     1250
notes on Chronosomatics
203 Timepiece notes telling the story of the theory's development
204 century by century organ list for the 3rd millennium
205 from 3rd millennium pluralism to 'unifying' osmosis
206 symmetry above the diaphragm, etc.
207 "Age of Discovery", action-reaction history
208 definitions: symmetry, opposite

1994.11.28     1251
notes on Chronosomatics
209 corporal position of Christ's last wound
210 conceptual overview of the 3rd millennium
211 writing notes; writing an introduction
213 body/Timepiece as all-encompassing design

1994.11.30     1252
notes on Chronosomatics
214 describing a new humanity (after the diaphragm)
215 defintion: experience
216 crest of the hip bones
217 Piranesi as metabolic; Le Corbusier as assimilating
218 Piranesi as metabolic, continued

1994.12.05     1253
notes on Chronosomatics
219 overview of the future
220 the arms and the legs
221 thoughts on the arms and hands

1994.12.06     1254
notes on Chronosomatics
223 symmetry in the future; singularity of the neck
224 era of the lungs; a new order
225 do the lungs and the heart mean a different/new humanity?

1994.12.08     1255
notes on Chronosomatics
226 more on the diaphragm
227 embryonic development adding to plurality

1994.12.12     1256
notes on Chronosomatics
228 corporal position of Christ's last wound

1994.12.13     1257
notes on Chronosomatics
231 heightened plurality and metabolism yet to come

1994.12.15     1258
notes on Chronosomatics
233 pregnancy; The Magical Child
234 metabolism; industrialization

1994.12.17     1259
notes on Chronosomatics
236 ideas for further notes
237 between the crotch and the crest of the hip bones

1994.12.18     1260
notes on Chronosomatics
239 from The Sacred and the Profane with notes
240 from The Sacred and the Profane with note
241 from The Sacred and the Profane with note
242 from The Sacred and the Profane
243 from The Sacred and the Profane with note
245 definition: sacred
246 definition: consecrated
247 definition: profane

1994.12.29     1261
notes on Chronosomatics
251 from Patriarchs of Time
252 from Patriarchs of Time
253 from Patriarchs of Time
254 Chapter 20 of Revelations plus notes
256 from Patriarchs of Time

1995.01.02     1262
notes on Chronosomatics
257 duality within the Timepiece, third millennium
258 2190 AD
261 definition: dual
262 definition: dualism
263 definition: monism
264 definition: plurality

1995.01.05     1263
notes on Chronosomatics
266 second birth, heart
267 definitions: mammalia, mammary gland, nourish
271 consistency at the time of the heart
273 definition: equality
275 definition: equivalence

1995.01.06     1264
notes on Chronosomatics
278 definition: equilibrium
279 equilibrium and electro-magnetism in the heart
280 balance: lungs, breasts, arms, kidneys

1995.01.07     1265
notes on Chronosomatics
281 equilibrium and osmosis
282 Christ's last wound and the second birth
283 "Millennium" from Encyclopedia Britannica

1995.01.07 tph notes 281-283 1265

1995.01.08 tph notes 284-285 1266

1995.01.11 tph notes 286-292 1267

1995.01.12 tph notes 293 1268

1995.01.12 new painting 3.db 1269

1995.01.13 tph notes 294-298 1270

1995.01.14 tph notes 299 1271

1995.01.16 tph notes 300-310 1272

1995.01.17 tph notes 311-313 1273

1995.01.19 tph notes 314-324 1274

1995.01.20 tph notes 325-334 1275

1995.01.23 tph notes 335-337 1276

1995.02.01 tph notes 338 1277

1995.02.12 tph notes 339-344 1278

1995.02.18 tph notes 345 1279

1995.02.22 tph notes 346-347 1280

1995.02.23 tph notes 348-350 1281

1995.02.24 tph notes 351-356 1282

1995.02.26 tph notes 357-359 1283

1995.02.27 tph notes 360-364 1284

1995.02.28 tph notes 365 1285

1995.03.02 tph notes 366-372 1286

1995.03.03 tph notes 373-379 1287

1995.03.05 tph notes 380-383 1288

1995.03.09 tph notes 384 1289

1995.03.10 tph notes 385-390 1290

1995.03.12 tph notes 391-395 1291

1995.03.13 tph notes 396 1292

1995.03.16 tph notes 397-398 1293

1995.03.22 tph notes 399-401 1294



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