Dylan's now-legendary confrontation with a heckler calling out "Judas" from the audience, clearly heard on the recording, was well documented as having occurred at Manchester's Free Trade Hall on May 17, 1966. After "Judas!", there is clapping, followed by more heckles. Dylan then says "I don't believe you", then after a pause, "You're a liar." Bob Dylan then said to his band, "play it fuckin' loud" as they begin "Like a Rolling Stone." At the end, the audience erupts into applause and Dylan says, "Thank you."
Thomas Didymus "the twin"
"doubting" Thomas, that's why I chose it.
PKD saw the fish symbol on the brown haired girl
I saw it tonight on the opening episode of an Icelandic crime drama called 'Trapped'.
PKD thought the world would end a few months before he died. He told several people. Then he died. One friend thought "pretty good. It did for him".
"After the discovery at Nag Hammadi, these Greek writings were identified as parts of the Gospel of Thomas. The attributed author of the Coptic text is Didymos Judas Thomas. The original Greek selection is attributed to "Judas, who is called Thomas." Thomas is from the Aramaic word meaning twin."
The Nag Hammadi library should be taken into consideration, surely? These days the huge names, the people who represent the powerful places (I don't need to name names) still have a basic text behind them.
BibleGateway and archive.org and pantheon.org and some search site (the snake in Eden?) also begins with a 'g'
And I (wiki)find that a 'codex' of the Nag Hammadi library was eventually given to Jung, as a birthday present.
Carl Gustav Jung. Who I have blended into my lexicon for years (reading tidbits, that fuck my perspective inside out):
-the collective unconscious (which PKD seems to think is freely available, see the Exegesis)
- the commentary by Jung on The Secret of the Golden Flower
- 'that' paragraph about seeing the storm over the valley (FIND CROW FIND)
Codex I (also known as The Jung Codex):
The Prayer of the Apostle Paul
The Apocryphon of James (also known as the Secret Book of James)
The Gospel of Truth
The Treatise on the Resurrection
The Tripartite Tractate
(It is not time to include James in this)
The Apocryphon of John
The Gospel of Thomas a sayings gospel
The Gospel of Philip
The Hypostasis of the Archons
On the Origin of the World
The Exegesis on the Soul
The Book of Thomas the Contender