Welcome to Diane… #27

Join Rosie, Adam and Mark as they gather to discuss episode 25 of Mark Frost and David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, sometimes known as On the Wings of Love.

This week on Diane the team talks RRRRROMANCE as our characters seek the blissful union that only a bit of the old in and out can provide. Harry wakes in the arms of a Helmut Newton-style assassin! Gordon goes all Tex Avery over a certain small-town waitress! And Wind’n'Erl searches for his Queen of Hearts…

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  When love with one another so
Interinanimates two souls,
  That abler soul, which thence doth flow,
Defects of loneliness controls.
  We then, who are this new soul, know
Of what we are compos’d and made,
  For th’ atomies of which we grow
Are souls, whom no change can invade.

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Welcome to Diane… #25

This time on Diane the world of Mark Frost and David Lynch’s Twin Peaks feel alive with interior intelligence, as Rosie, Adam and Mark peer at episode 23, also known as The Condemned Woman, through the lens of ANIMISM.

A refreshed Benjamin Horne goes green, three angels find rapture in the lonely shore, and a beautiful woman gets eaten by the wood.

What is a drawer knob and, dear listener, what happened to Josie?

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If the world is truly quantum animated, then there is an immense amount of invisible inner experience going on all around us that is presently inaccessible to humans, because our own inner lives are imprisoned inside a small quantum system, isolated deep in the meat of an animal brain.

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Welcome to Diane… #24

SHE’S BACK! This week Rosie, Adam and Bob struggle to the end of the series’ rough patch, discussing the twenty-second episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, sometimes called ‘Masters and Slaves’. The show we all love is here somewhere but it’s like a black film has grown over it.

This week on Diane then, we talk veils.

Windham Earle employs a surrogate, the mists at the Great Northern finally clear, and Evelyn mourns the passing of the wild ride. Work slowly and with care. Everything must be written in a steady, uncompromising hand.

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In the Heaven World, we look at Reality minus two veils. If I have in my Heaven World a friend whom I love, I see him minus two veils, As I know my friend here below, he and I are both veiled. I loved him when on earth; but when later after death I enter the Heaven World, then I shall see him minus two veils, and he will reveal to me certain attributes of himself.

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Next episode: What happened to Josie?