A land reclaimed from the sea, an unstable playground of mud, clay and low-cost experimental housing. I grew up in Lelystad, a 70s polder town, which was intended to be the promising capital of a new province. A place without monuments, without a past, without a centre. It is an unstable ever-changing landscape of tree grids and housing rows, in an un-endless open space. Here my personal journey to appreciate the language of simple everyday architecture started.

Socio-economical conditions of Europe of the last decade has fostered and increased the possibility to travel and work abroad. In the last 8…

— Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

The German artist Albrecht Dürer, son of a Hungarian Goldsmith named Türer (, Gates), is the creator of a heavily discussed plate engraving M1; Melencolia I.

Dürer (1471–1528) is a prime example of the renaissance polymath. A painter, printmaker, theorist, and besides that Dürer endeavoured in the fields of geometry (mathematics) and had a keen interest in astrology and alchemy. He was both a student and a teacher.

During his trips to Italy, Dürer got influenced by the work of Mantegna, Leonardo…

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M. ©

About previous researchers

The ideas presented in this text came forth out of a distillation of the work of Michael Talbot (The Holographic Universe 2nd part of book), David Bohm (Science, Order & Creativity ~ Wholeness and the Implicate Order), David…

Sub# [Criminal Code]

The term, Sub# [criminal code], is explained as a part of activity to destroy things like religion, culture, government systems and political-economical-systems.

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Sub-7, 2020 © M.

Sunday, X.X.XXXX, I walked into a restaurant presumably not @ 07:06 AM. We were, , warmly received, but I also heard that we would be the last guests that morning.

The door closed.

Half an hour earlier, Prime Minister M. had ordered the Restaurant to close its doors upon immediate effect. …

Have you ever wondered, — or, which are mentioning only one-and-the-same-thing;

How is it possible to shape the collective behavior of a complete society?

I guess I’m one of those asking this question, especially in these important times of world crisis.

Well, I think it turned out to be the right time to answer this question.


To answer this question correctly; to get at the core of it all, we have to put on our yellow-alchemical-vest and dissect the domain of conceptual art with politics.

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Excerpt Slide 170/325 Abstract : Reality [Language], J.P. about Constructivism, understood and explained by J.P., [Overruled in yellow, by M.], M.© 2018

In one of my previous essays about Abstract …

Today I’m going to discuss the propagation {way-curve} of a virus, like C. I will use a technique, which I coined: [IT] Imaginational Theory

By doing something ; Superposing the double slit experiment onto the question of virus propagation.

I will show that the observation of these two phenomena have more in common than you might think.

Through this study on the propagation of a virus, like C., …

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Memory Field II, 2020, M.©

I wonder if it’s ever struck you; most of the things we experience, we regard as things that happen to us. We experience these events as a power that is external to ourselves. You are not responsible for its occurrence; you didn’t plan on it.

The desire to control everything

What do we desire to control?

Well, when we answer that question in a naïve way, we figure out that we desire to control everything. To grow apples that don’t rot, clothes that never wear out, to travel from A to B in a matter of hours, so we don’t have to wait.

Power available…

Marcel Moonen

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