If I encounter anything out of the ordinary, I usually try to think of
the problem that had to be solved. If the Internal Elem is out there, I
would first like to have some description of the problem that had to be
solved by the people that constructed the Internal Elem.
I think it's
very hard to do.
I'll give it a try:
Why do nomadic rugs seem to be
divided in 3 parts? Why not 2, 4, 5?
The nr. 3 seems very essential in
-You need a front, a top and a back part.
you'll use it to cover something?
-Because migration is 2 times a year,
that divides the rug in 3 parts in one year?
-Because the sheep get a
shave two times a year, that gives a different wool quality, that gives
If anyone can give a down to earth reason, it would be helpful. Because
investigating without some constructive, plausible exposition of the
reason why, seems fruitless to me.
Again, no religion allowed, for it
tends to make everything crystal clear and unexplainable.
No mothers in
law, girls thinking about boys or friends paying a visit.
It can't be
argued that some rugs do have something in common like.... a
differentiation somewhere in the lower part. But this is something that
has been clear to all of us.
And even if we could find 200 rugs with a
horizontal line, at exactly the same point in the rugs, what does this
So Mr. Shiv sees something, makes it his own, but can't
explain the Why?
It's like looking at a bicycle one morning and
discover it can't take you to work. Wow, this is earthshaking! I'll have
to let the world know this bicycle is different. Let's investigate in my
village: 300 bicycles that do transport me....30 that don't. 30 bicycles
that will not move. OK, a hidden secret or only Allah is perfect. My
brother tell's me it's a hometrainer, but he's.....