Monthly Archives: July 2011

MusicalNotesA Musical Dynasty

The House of Zaus has always been musical.  The Good Doctor, a maestro of conducting and a percussion genius, could play the sistrum* and make warlords weep and cities crumble. His conducting (especially of Wagner), would make orchestras cry for [...]

Posted in Historical Notes

Pat-BooneNemesis

Being a long lived and adventurous character, Dr Zaus had several nemeses.  The most notable of these being Pat Boone, the American singer and actor.  Unfortunately, we don’t know the reasons why. It all came to light when myself and [...]

Posted in Historical Notes

ouroborosThe Zen of Zaus

The Great Work was known to have been a Zen Master.  Some of his words however have been slightly altered as it was thought the Hoi-polloi would not understand the original, and true meaning.  The acknowledgement of zen master Sêng-chao/Sõjõ [...]

Posted in Chronicles, Historical Notes

discoDazzler Dates

Fans of Morris and The Dazzlers get out your diaries, dates are tentatively set for the comeback tour. Unfortunately there are only three dates available. This is due to the fact only three venues are willing to allow them back [...]

Posted in The New Guard

Leonardo da Vinci-Human ProportionContrivance’s and Contraptions

Warren Zaus was a renowned ‘tinkerer’.  A potterer in sheds, an alchemist in the laboratory, a browser in the library.  He created many items we take for granted in the 21st century.  The bedroom slipper, bombay mix and the ‘ewbank’, [...]

Posted in Chronicles, Historical Notes

parting-red-seaSticks, stones and swords

There are many strange and unusual items in the Zaus Collection.  Boxes, crates, envelopes and whole rooms hold treasures beyond measure, priceless and irreplaceable. I have the honour of cataloguing this abundance of riches, and feel a lifetime of work [...]

Posted in The Collection