The last words of Colonel Kurtz (Marlon Brando) in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now are: "The horror. The horror...." The beheaded men, the crazy ones, the poetically-desperate slaughterer, they are all real! How senseless to try to understnad them logically. Destruction and disaster seem to be static indigestion. There is no antidote against them because every thing arises and exists simultaneously. How many wars have got out of hand due to well-meaning help? How many saviours have perished in an attempt to save - even in everyday life? Dali's personal physician, for example, died while attending to Dali. his head suddenly fell forward onto the cheek of the utterly disturbed disturbing patient. Dali's somnambulistically safe path through fear-inducing, seemingly inaccessible worlds suddenly ended there, too.