Today’s blogolyphics are yesterday’s hieroglyphics.
Time marches on with Neanderthal caves and Egyptian pyramids rolling behind it. Nothing can stop the march of history, or the rolling of its events.
This is true of architecture as well as the art of writing.
Yesterday’s hieroglyphics are today’s blogolyphics and vice versa.
Thanks to Lester Ivansphere Bobosnatchovichifburg, my friendly neighbor, and his artistic wife, the lovely Barbara, mistress of Cyrillic script, I have created my first blogolyphic entity.
Written on ether enhanced parchment-screen, it will be preserved forever in the blogoblabosphere above the clouds where the Eternal Nonsensce dwells along with its particles of tumescence and degenerescence.
The roots of the blogolyphic script are found in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics with unique blogic enhancements stapled to website wall hanging. Historians claims that in 13.000 B.C. the pre-14th Kingdom Pharoah, King Toot-on-Tooto– “Trombone Tom” to his Nile friends– created the first blogoglyphic letters, then passed them on to his Memphis architect Peter Samuel (Pyramid Pete) to carve into his Sackara Blogolyphic pyramid.
Above on right see early example of blogolyphic script by the pleistocene antler hunter and Neolithic cave painter, Jason Deer.