One chance out between two worlds
"Through the darkness of future past, the magician longs to see, one chance out between two worlds, fire walk with me"
Fire - nuclear bomb
magicians - dugpas - woodsmen
It finally makes sense! Wow, Bob, wow.
Love it! I thought the same!
The Giant's scene: is it future or is it past? He is the older version of himself, and you could well put that on the aging of the actor, but it puts some pressure on the idea that he is there operating in the 40s or 50s or whatever. And whatever is going on with the Laura orb. She clearly wasn't born until the 70s. And then there is the Bob orb...
Weird temporality is at play.
"between two worlds" - I don't think we saw the origin of Bob, or the Woodsmen/Dugpas, but maybe a chance out of this liminal space or something like that.
(one chance of course ignores that if it took a nuke going off they would have had about 3000 chances)
It's one CHANTS.
are you sure? I'm not even sure what would be definitive here, but certainly open to it if you've got it
In David Lynch's Images book, the poem is printed exactly this way:
Thru the darkness
of Future Past
the magician longs to see
one chants out
between two worlds
Fire -- walk with me.
Ok. Good evidence 🙂 then my question shifts to who is the one who chants?
Lodge beings. Bob for one.
"Experiment" (Mother?) expels the eggs and Bob from her mouth (chants out?)