Sunday, February 11, 2018

Twin Peaks & the Return of the White Queen

Twin Peaks & the Return of the White Queen

(Twin Peaks, Miguel Serrano & the Hard Science of Orgasmic Energy
Part 2 of 3) 

By Jack Heart & Orage




Yule by Melie Melusine

“Bell flight fourteen you now can land 
Seen you on Aldebaran, safe on the green desert sand 
It's so very lonely, you're two thousand light years from home 
It's so very lonely, you're two thousand light years from home” 
2000 Light Years from Homefrom The Rolling Stones 1967 album Their Satanic Majesties Request...

“Space may be the final frontier 
But it's made in a Hollywood basement 
Cobain can you hear the spheres [Britney Spears] 
Singing songs off station to station 
And Alderaan's [Aldebaran] not far away 
It's Californication”  
Californication from the Red Hot Chili Peppers 1999 album Californication...


In the early spring of 1945 much of the German high command vanished like a mirage before the advancing Allied troops, including in all likelihood Adolph Hitler. Some say they went to Aldebaran, a giant red star in the constellation of Taurus.


In the early spring of 1990, David Lynch introduced the world to Twin Peaks. About a quarter hour into the premier, a beat up Volkswagen pulls up to the Double-R Diner. Out of it and through the door of the diner rushes Heidi, a rotund and very plain looking waitress who speaks with a thick German accent but mostly just giggles when spoken to. Shelly, who has been waiting for Heidi to take over her shift, slyly remarks “what kept you Heidi, seconds on knockwurst this morning?” Heidi sheepishly retorts “I couldn’t get my car started.” Shelly shoots back “too busy jump-starting the old man huh?” Heidi just looks down and giggles. Bobby, Shelly’s boyfriend, interjects “I thought you Germans were always on time.” Heidi looks at him and giggles, which she continues to do as she walks off to put her coat away.40

We do not meet Heidi again till Lynch draws the curtain on Twin Peaks for the twentieth century with a closing act which will leave Special Agent Dale Cooper waiting in the Red Room for twenty-five years.  Right before the scene goes to the Red Room, at the counter of the Double R are Bobby Briggs and Shelly who is once again waiting for Heidi to take over her shift. Heidi bursts through the door and Shelly slyly remarks “what kept you Heidi, seconds on knockwurst this morning?” Heidi sheepishly retorts “I couldn’t get my car started.”Shelly shoots back “too busy jump starting the old man…again [again is said in unison with Bobby]?” Heidi looks down and giggles. Bobby interjects “I thought you Germans were always on time.” Heidi just looks at him and giggles, which she continues to do as she walks off to put her coat away…41

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