THE HERMES IN BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S is happening in reality. The tricksters are in full view. It started with a lie about John Mayer.

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Art Detail From 'Until Shiloh Comes' Cosmic Flow Tapestry

Publication Date: 7 October 2019 from original artwork published 12 September 2018 (Historical archive on After accomplishing remarkable feats and excellence in music and in being openly outspoken about crimes against humanity, and most specifically against black people who are most often dared to even speak up (Speak Now), Kanye West was publicly vilified at the VMAs in September 2009 for taking a stand--an emotional outburst--for a black woman's work which was competing against what was socially perceived as "good" and deserving of being lauded for its popularity in the Anglo, "virginal," and privileged country construct of Taylor Swift. Kanye was not only acutely aware of the socially-conditioned injustices and unaware opinions, but much further, he was aware of what...

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Hermesesque: The Grateful Universe

Publication Date: 26 August 2019 (Historical archive at In a homage to the Grateful Dead originally published 26 August 2019, a continuing “tapestry” of cultural events happening behind the scenes of Dead and Company. It is the arrival of the Homeric epics through the living lineage of Hermes to the coast of California, 2019. It is part of the interweaving "tapestry" or scroll of detailed experience beginning in Spring 2010 in writing a Tumblr blog to John Mayer depicted in “Until Shiloh Comes Cosmic Flow Tapestry” and the books Coyote Weaves a Song: A Mythological Song from the Beginning of Time. Shows a long lineage of art through John Mayer joining Dead and Company Also displays works and identity that...

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'Until Shiloh Comes' Cosmic Flow Tapestry

Publication Date: 12 September 2018 (Historical archive at’s completed tapestry is an of-the-essence message, a timely arrival of the Odyssey and the overlooked, timeless and immense power of the vast and mightily moving River of golden Song that reveals an epiphany across millennia to this very moment about true identities. It does this in more profound ways than anyone could have imagined besides the creators of the art: those gorgeous “perpetrators” of culture and the divine themselves, all at once loved and morbidly shut off. As one will see in this artistic and feminine message, the movements and alterations, like those of Hermes in the Homeric "Hymn to Hermes," the skeleton key left by Homer, the flipping and breaking open of...

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