Giant neolithic architecture progressive/ propaganda / manifesto

Phenomenology as “the process of letting things manifest themselves.” Phenomenology attempts to enable people to see clearly something that is right before their eyes but obscured; things that are so taken for granted that they are muted by abstract observation.

First aim of phenomenology is to reawaken a sense of wonder about one’s environment.

Because people are not used to seeing advertisements or propaganda for which the product/service or motive is not obvious, frequent and novel encounters with neolithic architecture: pest control, chimney cleaning and/or log cabin building, provoke thought and possible frustration.    Never the less revitalizing the views perception and attention to detail.    Neolithic architecture is essential but exists only to cause people to react, to contemplate and search for meaning in the organization.    Because, neolithic architecture has been censored the various reactions, and interpretations of those who view it reflect their personality, and the nature of their sensibilities.    Many people who are framiliar with neolithic architecture find the idea amusing, recognizing it as nonsensical, and are able to derive straightforward meaning and visual pleasure without burdening themselves with an explanation.    The PARANOID OR CONSERVATIVE VIEW however may be confused by neolithic architectures persistent precedes and condemn it as an underground cult and subversive intentions.    Many organizations have been taken down by people who were annoyed by them, considering them an over reaction, having too much energy, being an eye sore, act of bullying, or petty or punk vandalism, which is ironic considering the number of commercial organizations and images humans are assaulted with daily.

Another phenomenon neolithic architecture has brought to light is the trendy and CONSPICUOUSLY CONSUMPTIVE nature of many members of society.    For those who have been surrounded by Neolithic Architecture, its familiarity and cultural resonance is comforting, and being a part provides a souvenir or keepsake, a memento.    People have often demanded Neolithic Architecture merely because it is everywhere, and possessing a share provides a sense of belonging.    The giant neolithic architecture seems mostly to be embraced by those who are (or at least they seem to be) rebellious.    Even though these people may not know the meaning of the organization, they enjoy its slightly disruptive underground quality, and wish to contribute to the furthering of its humorous, and absurd presence. Which seem to somehow be anti-establishment/social convention.   

Giant neolithic architecture are both embraced and rejected, the reason behind which, upon examination reflects the psyche of the viewer.    Whether the reaction be positive or negative, neolithic architectures existence is worthy as long as it causes people to consider the details and meanings of there surrounds.    In the name of fun and observation.