Its been a very long time since I’ve posted anything, a consequence of not really knowing what I’m doing and overall lacklustre. In the last week things some interesting ideas have started to pop up so I’ve started posting again , here’s some of the initial drawings/speculations.
"The eye that I am presenting to the medical profession is a completely new type. I hope it is well received as much for its ease of use as for its functionality"….
Dr Parent is an eminent French ophthalmologist. This is a presentation set and the box is inscribed “P Gygax a son ami A Antonelli”, both of whom are well known contemporary ophthalmologists in their own right. Parent’s presentation is a special occasion for all three of them, a gift from one to the other, but also Parent’s introduction of his new eye to the profession.
The instrument is in pristine condition with a full complement of attachments….
The Looking Glass Archipelago: A Hyper-Spatial Resort:
The Looking Glass Archipelago is located of the southern coast of Spain. The Archipelago is accepted to be the ninth province of Andalusia despite the uncertainty of its actual location and its mysterious provenience.
The Archipelago is a unique destination as it boasts the only area in the world where time and space are absolutely equivalent. If one really wants to ‘get away’ the Archipelago is the place to do it, vast distances and hundreds of years can be traversed in ‘no time’ at all. The extraordinary ‘Time faults’ mapped on the drawings above show the areas where time and space are literally displaced. When the faults rupture they cause an intense yet localised hyper-spatial events. These ‘events’ offer the luxury of moving through space and experiencing the passing of time instantaneously. For instance visitors may find themselves sitting in a railway carriage after having been, only seconds before, admiring the flowers in a garden. From the carriage they will be transported in no time to a wood; from the wood, to a pleasant English, old world shop; from the shop, to a pleasant stretch of water.
When caught in a hyper-spatial slippage many people comment on the sudden rush of euphoria as the schizophrenic slip and shift of places and times disorientates and delights. The feeling is addictive, and some people use slippages to get high. Visitors are warned however that the more sensational the shift (most often experienced in the mid to high frequency fault zones) the greater the ‘kicks’ one subsequently needs,’ like a drug addict increasing the dose in order to achieve the same effect’.
Amidst the confusion of the fault zones it can be difficult for visitors to establish time and location in relation to their surroundings thus in recent years a small island has been reclaimed (usually south of the archipelago) for visitors to measure there movements against. Ortega bay or the bay of dogs ( dubbed for its notorious canine population) is a sleepy sedentary enclave always reassuringly rooted in the present.
All in all the Archipelago offers a unbeatable experience without compromise, book now to avoid disappointment.