(I included this the other day.) Sylvia and I just spent the last 2-hours listening to the Interview between Sheldon Nidle and Alexandra Meadors.
Here's the link:
I was finally able to remember a dream. It's been quite a while.
- Sylvia and I were sitting in a powerful "airplane", which really felt like the Space Shuttle. This version, though, was sleeker and had a much longer Nose (front part of the aircraft). In fact, I feel as though the part of this craft, from just in front of the Pilot's window to the front-tip of the craft, comes to a sharp point.
- This aircraft has 4 seats… The "Pilot" and "co-Pilot" or "front-seat Passenger" and 2 seats behind those, which is where Sylvia and I are sitting. Sylvia is to my right. There is a male sitting in the Pilot's seat and a female in the "co-Pilot's" seat.
- As this dream begins (the part of the dream I can remember), we have just taken-off but we're flying through a type of "Village" or small "Town". We're barely off the ground but gaining speed quickly. We pass cars, people and small buildings as we gain altitude.
- We are now just above the treetops and the front of this aircraft is pushing against what appears to be a very large sheet of white plastic with some taller buildings, mountains and sky projected or painted onto it. Because our craft is stretching this plastic canvas, I can now more-clearly see that the Nose of this craft is indeed very pointed. The images of what we thought were our "reality" are now stretched beyond recognition and the craft continues forward.
I'm pretty sure that I woke-up just as the craft was actually piercing the "Veil".
I think this aircraft is designed this way, in order to pierce the "Veil". That's what Sylvia and I are doing. We are using this aircraft to "pierce the Veil".
Of course, your mileage may vary.
A few days ago, I thought Sylvia and I had finished our "R.L." song for our album. The next day, I went back into Apple's "GarageBand" software, to check something with this song and realized that I had completely forgotten to record my own dialog! Sylvia and I had written-in 2 places where I would say something, in response to her comments and I did not remember to add them.
So I was staring at a "completed" song and wondering if I really wanted to add that dialog. It would mean splitting the song in 2 places, recording my part and lining everything up… again.
After listening to this song, with that dialog in mind, I felt as though the song did want that in there. So I added it.
Today, Sylvia and I worked on what I call the "pre-album" dialog. This is a 1-minute conversation between me and Sylvia, which provides a little background on what this album is about. However, this dialog may not actually be on the album. We designed it to go in front of the 1st song on its "video".