John Saward – May 31, 2014 at 06:13PM

“Into The Mystic” Lyrics:

We were born before the wind
Also younger than the sun
Ere the bonnie boat was won as we sailed into the mystic
Hark, now hear the sailors cry
Smell the sea and feel the sky
Let your soul and spirit fly into the mystic

And when that fog horn blows I will be coming home
And when the fog horn blows I want to hear it
I don’t have to fear it

And I want to rock your gypsy soul
Just like way back in the days of old
And magnificently we will fold into the mystic

When that fog horn blows you know I will be coming home
And when that fog horn whistle blows I got to hear it
I don’t have to fear it

And I want to rock your gypsy soul
Just like way back in the days of old
And together we will fold into the mystic
Come on girl…

Too late to stop now…

— Van Morrison


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John Saward – May 31, 2014 at 10:22AM

Also, today I learned about the Galactic Calendar which evidently works for only those of us with infinite patience.

” if i ask someone to gimme a second, i am asking for the equivalent of 7.9 terrestrial years.

The subdivisions of the galactic calendar of patient Practitioners of Imagination (Im.P.’s) are based on the same ratios used to divide a terrestrial calendar:

– One galactic year (GY) = approx. 250 million terrestial years, is the time it takes for the solar system to orbit the entire galaxy.
– One galactic month (1/12 GY) = approx. 20.8 million terrestrial years
– One galactic week (1/52 GY) = approx. 4.8 million terrestrial years
– One galactic day (1/365 GY) = approx. 685,000 terrestrial years
– One galactic hour (1/8,760 GY) = approx. 28,542 terrestrial years
– One galactic minute (1/525,600 GY) = approx. 476 terrestrial years
– One galactic second (1/31,536,000 GY) = approx. 7.9 terrestrial years
– One galactic millisecond (1/31,536,000,000 GY) = approx. 2.9 terrestrial days
– One galactic microsecond (1/31,536,000,000,000 GY) = approx. 4.2 terrestrial minutes)
– One galactic nanosecond (1/31,536,000,000,000,000 GY) = approx. 0.25 terrestrial second)”

— Joe Graziani:


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