layout: post title: Kismet? Kiss me Taylor? date: '2017-06-08T21:31:00.000-07:00' author: Adam M. Dobrin tags: modified_time: '2017-10-14T05:30:35.743-07:00' thumbnail: https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-y0VEia63u0I/WYuBOd1ZTUI/AAAAAAAAEvw/xIEbXYb-PIcsls98o9TvUXIRldEzZvAuACK4BGAYYCw/s72-c/k-709400.jpg blogger_id: tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8758503587102933296.post-1801798098351812687 blogger_orig_url: http://www.fromthemachine.org/2017/06/kismet-kiss-me-taylor.html
From "you're never gonna dance with me" and "never meant, never meant to be" to kismet
As a preface, like many of the messages I've sent.... I wrote this one several times (really, several) and I still don't think I've gotten it just right. Through thousands of years, and music; a sort of "love affair" has been written into our history. It links the words "Kiss me Taylor" to the Hebrew for fate... Kismet, and a song she sang called "Nothing Left to Lose" where she says "now I see that you and me, were never meant to be." It goes much further, and ties in to music that's loved by generations, from The Doors to Gene Simmons' Kiss and shows me that not only are the words of these songs important, but that the names of the bands... and even the singers are tied directly about this message proving we live in a "simulated reality" and how "doors to Heaven" are a hallowed and well-"sung" solution. Hey, morning has broken.
Taylor herself probably doesn't know everything that her songs mean--that's the heart of this Revelation... a sort of "doublespeak" that pervades everything from Orwell's name and the content of 1984 to these hidden messages in songs from Carly Simon and more... about seeing "Sim," Silicon, and the Biblical next Monday... as a primal focus of all of Creation, of all history... and it's really all about building Heaven. Still it's clear that "shake your tambourine" in Dave Matthews' "Rapunzel" are about her and her music video "It's a f'ed up world." Just like it's clear that her words "for the ways that I hurt when I'm hiking up my skirt" are a response to "Crash." What's less clear is how the story of The Golden Ass relates, and how "Glome" connects, and how I now that the story of Anat is also about her.... just the beginning of seeing that what is happening right now has been woven into our past, into the myths of nearly every culture; all so we do not lose the truth, here, today... so that we do not lose ourselves to this secret.