The album was just released on PHi day 6/18/10 on i-Tunes - USA (Click here for i-Tunes Canada) and is set for release everywhere on the "Summer Solstice - June 21
PHI or the golden ratio (1.618 or 1:1.618 as a ratio) is thought of as the "equation of GOD" as it is found in almost every place and every thing throughout the material universe.
Not to mention that a day expressing PHi is also very fitting for a "HiP HoP" genre release!
I suppose it is also worth mentioning that June 18 is day 169 of the Gregorian Calendar... (can you see it coming??)
1+6+9 = 16 which reveals yet another Jupiter number
4^2 (4 squared or 4 X 4 (or 'two fours' with the 24th letter in the middle! 'X'))
EMINEM facing and integrating the SHADOW SELF to become WHOLE or "ONE"
Here's some of the videos highlights captured for your scrutinizing pleasure...
I might come back at some later time and add comments to the pics... but for those of you who regularly read this blog and The Sync Whole, you'll already have a good idea of what would fit with each picture!
I've included the time references above each image from the video so feel free to add your own opinions or interpretations in the POST COMMENTS at the end of the article ...
(Click images to enlarge)
(Happy OSIRIS day!)
EMINEM's EmSee project in partnership with RED BULL:
Also in the NEWS on 6/18/10:
- President Obama was in Columbus, Ohio and spoke about the RA/RECOVERY ACT on 6/18/10
- "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" officially opened to the public at UNIVERSAL Studios in Orlando Florida on 6/18/10
- Explosion in Colombian coal mine kills 16, leaves dozens trapped; methane buildup suspected (on 6/18/10)
Updated 02:05 PM Jun 18, 2010
AMAGA, Colombia (AP) - Rescuers have been unable to make contact with dozens of miners missing in a coal mine gas explosion in Columbia which is known to have killed at least 16 workers.
The explosion at the San Fernando mine Thursday, believed caused by methane gas, was in an access tunnel over one miles (about 2 kilometers) long and drops to a depth of 500 feet (150 meters).
Antioquia state mining secretary Nicolas Lopez said the mine's ventilation system was damaged in the blast but had resumed operation. There was no way to communicate, however, with the trapped miners to know if any were alive and receiving oxygen.