"Mozart in the WWW IndraNet Jungle" of MonoMyth fighting, conductor notes on chaining of songs and thematic references of #WWWOpera

This hints and allegations of meaning page is for this YouTube playlist:


Animotion - Obsession

Your face appears again, I see the future thereBut I see danger, stranger bewareOf circumstance in your naked dreams
  1. naked dreams circumstances = Public Dreams vs. Private Dreams
  2. I see the future there = Tristan meets Isolde before her husband-to-be King Mark, and the future is ascending beyond King Mark to the newly defined AMOR love.
  3.  "I see danger" = they are still stangers and Isolde's nurse warning: She went to Tristan and said, “You have drunk your death.” And Tristan said, “If by my death you mean this agony of love, that is my life. If by my death you mean the punishment that we are to suffer if discovered, which is namely execution, I accept that. But if by my death you mean eternal punishment in the fires of hell,” in which these people believed, “I accept that, too.” (Campbell, 1986)
  4. Obsession originates from within, outward. It is not from above or beside from clergy, family, church, government.  The twelfth-century troubadour poetry of courtly love was a protest against this supernaturally justified violation of life's joy in truth. So too the Tristan legend and at least one of the great versions of the legend of the Grail, that of Wolfram von Eschenbach. The spirit is really the bouquet of life. It is not something breathed into life, it comes out of life. (Campbell, 1986)
  5. There is more, but you get the idea. And the Tristan and Isolde story told in Finnegans Wake isn't directly being referenced by Campbell in that quote, but again, the point here is that these songs are not picked thoughtlessly. The visual themes of Hollywood and props/costumes is a huge part of Finnegans Wake multi-generation - and the Tristan story is shared by many many nations and authors in the year 1210 time period.
  6. The Hollywood sign visual reference in the video is intended as a direct reference to Steely Dan's "Caves of Altamira" lyrics (which is in the WWWOpera, may not be directly in this playlist), bookending the begining of the Finnegans Wake journey far before Levant Adam and Eve Story.

The Alan Parsons Project - Don't Answer Me (Official HD Video)

Carly Simon - You're So Vain

These notes are very very incomplete, need fleshed out and cover more of the tracks.

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