Summer Of Love Berlin: "Missing James Franco 3.0"


And the Feeling is Mutual.

The Summer of Love, as it was branded in 1967, ushered Flower Power & the Sexual Revolution into the streets. In 2016, the Summer of Love is a "feel the vibe" People's (R)evolution reflected in Berlin's rich graffiti textures.

On Sunday 24 July, there are two Grand Trines, in Water (with the Sun just into Leo) & Fire. Furthermore, the self-empowering trine between transformational Pluto & the Jupiter/North Node conjunction tiggers the latent power of the September eclipses in Virgo/Pisces.

Might he truly be the New & Ancient Lover disclosed by the Nietzschian Ouroboros in his Berlin "Gay Town"?

Or too narcissistic for words?


Symbols leading to the hieros gamos past, present and future.

...from Babylon in the Holy Land. Babylon in Mitte...

Berlin is a Lover's Wonderland with dark edges.

The ritual bathing is crucial to the 3.0 CONVERSION.

You aren't feeling it? Get detoxed and just ENTER THE COSMIC VIBE!

The passage across the bridge from Friedrichshain to Kreuzberg... a free love zone where those who pass the urine drug tests congregate in VEGANZ-across the street from stoners right out of "Pineapple Express".

Yet, James Franco says he doesn't smoke weed. He gets high on...


The missing face of the Erotix is the perfect James Franco doppelganger image for your new home Improvement to make your embodiment at home!

"MISSING JAMES FRANCO 3.0: Catalyzing the Third in Cyber/Urban Space" will be a traveling exhibition inaugurated at "FACE VALUE: Personification and Identity in a Post-Digital Age" at the Art and Design Academy in Liverpool, on 01 September, 2016.

"Missing James Franco 3.0: Nine Days at the Berlinale" will be published in August, 2016 by Atropos Press. Go to www.missingjamesfranco3.0 to purchase & join the search for the treasure!

Dr. Lisa Paul Streitfeld is a Kulturindustrie philosopher and critic based in Berlin, returning to New York City in September to extend the Summer of Love vibration.

All images are copyright of the author, Lisa Paul Streitfeld.