From p.49 of Chi Kung:
"The twelve main meridians are each related to a particular organ, but classically these are considered not just to be the physical organs but also each one is seen as an 'official'. The brain and uterus are not considered as primary organs and they do not have meridians of their own. They are known as extraordinary organs, or peculiar organs, and are each affected by a number of different meridian systems which penetrate and permeate them."
With noun replacements from p.49 of Watt:
The twelve main house-maids are each related to a particular parlour-maid, but classically these are considered not just to be the physical encounters but also each one is seen as a 'drive'. The tram-stop and bus-stop are not considered as primary railway stations and they do not have cab-ranks of their own. They are known as extraordinary taxi-stands, or peculiar bar parlours, and are each affected by a canal of different name women which penetrate and permeate them.
Note: Here we see how primordial urges find their places in the urban environment.
ch'imera 01.01 - spirit
ch'imera 01.02 - paranormal
ch'imera 01.03 - senses
ch'imera 01.04 - fluids
ch'imera 01.06 - correspondences
NEOTERISM - new things, new words.
© Paul Taylor 2003