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Published on Nov 6, 2008
Wax Audio: "Tori's Deranged"
David Bowie: "I'm Deranged" (from Lost Highway) Tori Amos: "Caught a Lite Sneeze"
It's 10:10 A.M. on February 16th. Dick Laurent is dead.
Om is a sacred syllable in the Buddhist and Hindu religions. It is the first syllable in the Buddhist om mani padme hum mantra, in which, it is said, all the teachings of the Buddha are contained. The syllable is written in honey on the tongues of children when they are born, the infants eating of the Buddha's teaching. Meditation as sustenance.
Satori is a Buddhist term for a lasting state of enlightenment. Meditation is one of the disciplines by which one attempts to transform the mind and reach satori. In satori, one achieves freedom from (or oblivion to) the external world and its desires.
Tori Amos may or may not be an anagram of satori om, but it's a certainty that David Lynch is a firm believer in the practice of Transcendental Meditation.
Phillip Jeffries is an FBI Special Agent who disappears from a hotel in Brazil only to appear moments later in the elevator of the Bureau's Philadelphia office. Seeing Special Agent Dale Cooper as he is ("Who do you think this is, there?"), he confronts Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole with the knowledge. His words are deranged, unconnected, and he finally calls out, "I found something . . . and then, there they were." With that, he disappears: again in the wrong place, and his voice applied to the wrong film.