Rev. Warlock DRACONIS BLACKTHORNE (dblackthorne) wrote,

Dimensions in Timelessness

It occurred to Me that all this filmographic preoccupation with the evocative superior presentations prior to Y2K {with Dark Shadows as an example}, is yielding not only more ready accessibility to certain desirable acquisitions relative to such, but also provides evidence of the rebounding ligature effect of returning to these modes of aesthetic existence upon their premieres, by their resurrection, recreation, & preservation, thus extending forth into the world at large.

Of course, those residing in total environments preserve these timeless wonders of personal preference indefinitely. Traversing between concurrent dimensions, charm and character from deportment to architecture are complimented with technological advances.

With all of this current mediocrity abounding, such assimilations towards what was, creates that momentum towards what is. "Things that aren't here anymore" are things that shall be again. It shall be a continuing incremental process of replacing past orthodoxies with currently growing unorthodoxies until full redevelopment evolves and thrives. ∞

<~ Please see Levels of Hell to the Left.

Related: Y2K? [part 2] | Car Phone? | Timelesss Technology.

Tags: past orthodoxies, timeless orthodoxies, timelessness, total environments

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