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Metal / Re: Dead: H.R. Giger
« on: May 19, 2014, 01:26:08 PM »
This guy is way beyond Celtic Frost. He has a great amount of high-quality art.

http://visualmelt.com/H-R-Giger

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Interzone / Re: Deceased getting turned into diamonds
« on: May 14, 2014, 04:24:08 AM »
Thanks

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Interzone / Re: Deceased getting turned into diamonds
« on: May 13, 2014, 11:52:43 PM »
To all the "spiritual guys" in the forum:

I have been seen this Kevin Solway (theabsolute.net videos), and have posted the following comments on his video about death:

Der Solway,

While I do not have strong beliefs about this stuff, I tend to think there is Some Kind of continuation of consciousness after death. What I do not understand about this particular video (I'll watch more videos of you) is if you tend to think that as well or, as it seems from this video, that you DO NOT KNOW and so you stick with what can be known, that reality continues and so do the effects of our actions. Do you agree with what I said? That you do not know what happens after death (to claim so would be unscientific since no-one who claims it has died).

As for myself, I think about what we were Before Life and I see no evidence to say that we WERE NOT before life. We can't even remember stuff that happened when we were 2 or 1 years old. If there was something before we were born, it is natural that we do not remember. Also, I think about the moment, in the view of materialists, when the non-sentient being became sentient. If we posit no kind of consciousness (or something similar but far more superior to consciousness as we know it, not a being) existed before the sentient beings, then we have to postulate some kind of "magical explosion" that turned the non-conscious into sentient. So for me it is easier to believe that there is some kind of supra-consciousness (no need to be a being or personal), where we came from and to where we will return.

If there is no spirit, supra consciousness, atman, call it whatever you like, than what is it that gives sentience? How does a bunch of non-sentient materials organize themselves into sentience? Where does the sentience came from? Is a plant more sentient than a rock, or is it not sentient at all? Did the aspects of things like wind, fire, water, ice, etc. exist as "nothingness" before sentient beings appeared to notice them? Isn't that solipsism?

Note that I am not invoking the "god of the gaps". I am showing the gaps, and am showing my musings on them, my opinions on what seems reasonable (although reality does not seem always reasonable. Reason is a recent development on evolutionary processess and there is no reason to suppose it is infallible and the only form of truth/knowing truth). I tend to think as I exposed here, but I am not religious or dogmatic

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Adding some more: People who claim some kind of independent mind (not a mind like ours, not a being necessairily, if it is superior to our understanding it will seem like a supermind), among whose people we can count many geniuses, not only ignorant monks, are certainly aware of the states of mind that happen when the brain is affected (alzheimers, brain damage, drugs, etc...). Even in antiquity of course they had much contact with damaged brains of all kinds and could associate the blow to the head with the mental state that followed. So showing that afecting the brain affects mind is not convincing enough because most rational people who believe in spirit know this.

What I'm getting at with these posts is, when you say that no kind of continuation exists after death and give by example the physicality of the brain affecting mental states, you are not denying the transcendental mind, because Of course a transcendental mind would, by its very nature, transcend the brain.

 If the Infinite is All There Is, how come you claim There Is Not (No-thing) after death? Again, for the persona yes, the consciousness is probably destroyed, but from what I gather you make it sound like what continues is only the "external world", while absolutely nothing of individual spirit (atman) that was having this experience on earth carries on, when I feel it is more accurate to say WE DON'T KNOW what it is like when our human consciousness is annihilated (there may be unknown superior form of self).

No one is saying that mental states are not affected or destroyed, well some people are, but the rational people who believe in some supra-mind are not. They are saying that this "supra" is not affected by any of this. If you have not died, you cannot claim to know what it's like. You can't say it is like when before you were born because you can't remember that (you can't even remember when you were 6 months old, but you were there). You can't say it's like when we lose consciousness because we never do: While we are alive, we never lose our consciousness, otherwise we would die. You can't say it is like when you are in a coma because a person is alive while in coma, and some of them come back. A doctor can even say: He/she may or may not come back.

If the person does not come back and the family decide to turn of the machines, the person then will die, THEN will come death and the "nothingness" (a non-scientific afirmation, nobody has experienced this nothingness) or whatever it is. If the person comes back, he comes back. So you can see before dying, no one has experienced DEATH. They have experienced SENSORY DEPRIVATION, CONSCIOUSNESS DEPRIVATION. Consciousness is not the same as citta.

So it cannot be said that death is one and the same with consciousness and sensory deprivation, because only the last two HAVE been experienced by people, the other (death) HAS been experienced, but we cannot be sure if anyone (ghost) has really communicated and told what it is like.

These are just musings. I am 24 years old. You obviously have more life experience and study. That does not mean you can't be wrong.

If possible, I would like to stay in touch about these matters.

While I admit not being a student of buddhism yet, I know this quote is real and it i'm pretty sure it is from the buddha:

'There is a not-born, not-become, not-created, not
formed. If there were not this not-born, not-become,
not-created, not-formed, then an escape from the
born, the become, the created, the formed could not
be known'."

other translation:

“There is, an unborn, an unoriginated, an unmade, and an unformed. If there were not monks, this unborn, unoriginated, unmade and unformed, there would be no way out for the born, the originated, the made and the formed.


Thanks for the attention

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I would like to know your opinion on this, after death, I will post some texts and videos by someone I feel is superior intellectually and in truth to Solway.

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Interzone / Re: You are right.
« on: March 31, 2014, 07:25:50 AM »
Thanks. One of the things that for me proves buddhism is very advanced is theconcept of consciousness of the eye. I dont see psychologists talking about it. If a person is so advanced as to transcend the consciousness of the eye, you might wanna listen to him.

I have been told the seen, the eye is th domain of fools. I have been told that directly by email

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Interzone / Re: You are right.
« on: March 31, 2014, 06:42:53 AM »
Of course. Thats what i meant saying it is a faculty. Eyesight is true, but you can see stuff that isnt there. You can argue if what you saw was eyesight or illusion, but the barrier is blurred.

That siad, yes, shitty "imagination" sucks, as in delusion and fluffy bunnies.

I feel crow rcognized his crowd here in the forum. It's an interesting phenomenon

He sees what most here dont have but can achieve: experince

And what is quantum state?

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Interzone / Re: You are right.
« on: March 29, 2014, 10:15:22 AM »
Imagination is a faculty, it can be extremely right and true. Crow knows that, look at all the shit he says about beetle samurais and his shamanism. He imagines and projects things all the time.

I mean Shit in the rapper sense, like, `that is good shit´.

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Interzone / Re: Woman With Broom.
« on: March 28, 2014, 03:35:32 PM »
It been replaced by vacuum cleaners. It maybe crazy, but in ghost buster, the vacuum cleaner can suck and trap spirits. I think there's some truth to it. The broom was a essencial part of what made a witch. I think foundamentaly, women are witches (it's no pejorative to me) but they don't know that anymore and they don't know the real power and dignity who lies in sewing, brooming and making food.

Maybe the broom clean without sucking the soul out of the place. Maybe that's why so much modern houses have no souls.

It's interesting that you say this and that crow likes it. I get insight into people's minds with this forum

I plan on writing a book. No, really, in the future, I'ts too soon to publish book now, but I've started the drafts.

And some of it have to do with what you said: Projections, dust, the projections we make on particles. For example, there is neutral dust, or evil dust. If that dust is serving an evil purpose, it becomes evil dust. We project stuff even in the dust.

In english I like to call that process ´ensoulment´. There is an interesting paralell to what you said, the dust, soul, and philip k dick's statement about nag-hammadi books: He said they contained a living plasmate. The man who discovered the books said a golden dust was expelled by them when he moved them, he even feared there were spirits. Philip K dick says that it was the living plasmate, an entity that he believed imparted wisdom, and some of it was in the books, being repositories of wisdom.

A good text from that library, if i'm not mistaken, is Perfect Mind.

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Interzone / Re: What is Death?
« on: March 27, 2014, 03:35:54 PM »
Good question.

I believe death, like many other things and concepts, is not beyond our knowledge, but obviously not covered by it entirely.

I do believe many accounts and systems concerning death and what happens "after" it to be somewhat true, even with their differences.

I think also they are incomplete and that it is impossible to conceptualize what death is like. If it was possible for some people to figure it out before dying (or after dying, like in reincarnation) I don't know, but I don't discard it either.

While I don't discard also the shitty view that there is "nothing" beyond death, I view it as an intuition of the total dissolution of the aggregates. However the people who promote this view are uncapable of going beyond the ego to the supreme, therefore do not understand what they are immersed in in order to exist and live [what some call God], and deem the total destruction of te aggregates to be the end, unaware, if only consciously, that there are bigger thoughts to expand, and higher unfoldings.

I can conceive of the nothingness after death while at the same time with a kind of consciousness. Maybe one does not exclude the other, like ending a program that can be revived again by only activating its code.

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Interzone / Re: Further ruminations
« on: February 28, 2014, 11:25:51 AM »
I have always focused on being correct.



Can you be correct while consciously being wrong?

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Interzone / Re: The way things are - The way things ought to be
« on: February 21, 2014, 02:04:09 PM »
One reason I so rarely listen to music is the brainwashing aspect of subjecting myself to both the often terrible lyrics, and the automatic-machine-beat of the rhythm. I observe people bopping around to some invisible beat, and the common repetition of lyrics as meaningful cliches.
You have to consider that most modern 'musicians' are what they are because they can do nothing else, have no experience, no intellect, and no lives. They are probably - as a group - the least likely people to be authoring words of wisdom, which is exactly what many listeners consider their words to be.

She loves you.
Yeah.
Yeah.
Yeah...



There are two kinds of music: shitty pop music, and Music.

But, there are times when the pop music can rise above. Here is pop music done right:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dN9K8XoDm4

Like it?

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If you take issue with someone's action, you probably consider what they're doing wrong. Injustice is at the root of senseless cruelty, so it's probably unjust also.

What is mathematics applied to the evolutionary process (what philosopher Thomas Campbell calls "the fundamental process")? It is considering the POSITIVE PERCENTAGE on the NEGATIVE EVENT.

If by witnessing 5 gross, cruel events, you are able to perceive, even in the midst of those cruel, damned hearts, 5% of good will, you can, IF YOU'RE STRONG AND WISE, extract the 25 PERCENT of good will from all those bad subjects.

IF YOU DO IT PERSONALLY AND SILENTLY, nobody needs to no. It is just reality calculus.

If you promote openly, you're encouraging thr mindlesness and stupidity.

What I mean is, extract what you comprehended from evil situations, the knowledge, the understanding. But never do so in public, or you will be supporting the evil action. People like Ildjarn are hateful and evil.

He said he wanted to magically take control of a plane, for god's sake, and have fun witht he horror of killing everybody in it. And not in self defense to attack an enemy target, like the muslims, but for sheer cruelty.

So when we support artists like these, we do it for what they bring ARTISTICALLY and our Id, which is mathematical, comprehends the big picture of cruelty. To understand it is one thing, to condone it, another.

Why are nationalists attacking ideals like multi culturalism? Do you have any idea the pain and innocent victims that separating the races will cause? That's why David Myatt changed. He got Good. Christ is real, but he is not a man. If you analyze many nationalist ideas, they attack concepts like: Freedom, love towards people independent of profit, charity, helping poor people, condone bullying which creates psychological scars and produces school shootings. Many conservatives also seem to think rape is only bad in certain situations, that the woman should keep the child product of rape, that women are here only to serve men (they are here for this, but not ONLY this), that women who wear tight and small clothing deserved to be rape, that a woman who drank too much should be raped, that woman should not care about being treated as only a juicy cunt in the workplace, streets, media and other places. Guess what, if you gotta watch your woman so she doesn't do anything wrong, it's probably because you were not enough of a man to fascinate her, or she doesn't really like you. The woman should worship the man and serve him with pleasure. Women are behaving badly now because men aren't being strong, except in exceptions where the woman just likes the man regardless. Plus it doesn't make sense to at the same time think women, like secretaries for example, should put out, and at the same time be moral with YOUR woman. Only the open slut should be treated like so, but many ofthem are just misguided in this world. If you want women to be chaste, you better inspire yourself in the muslims and old christian morals, and behave accordingly. Don't masturbate to porn and then expect women to be prude.

But am I against racial preservation? I too think multiculturalism, IN PLACES WITH A ETHNIC TRADITION, is harmful, and I don't mind, for example, the japanese not being nice to foreigners. Although I'm sure if I was there, in japan, they would like me. They like people like me. The girls would love me. I'll be a tourist there some day and it's gonna be AWESOME. A whole culture degraded during the post war years, but is it worst than their cruel years? Than the Naking Massacre?

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For those who are wondering why the "satanic conspiracy" in the title:

if you teach a child how to walk, two childs, and one is apparently fat and inept and the other not...

if you're and IDIOT you can be prejudiced against the fat child (why do you think satanic ideologies like Communism thrive? because they tackle REAL ISSUES invisible or not considered by the Evil Status Quo, but in a deranged way. What they tackle it reasonable to do so, but their solutions are interest-groups solutions that will only benefit the elite). Communism is the greatest silly, crazy and cruel game. It is not only more cruel than Existence itself: Existence is ruthless. You are either with or without it, and I say that with sorrow, for I am WITHOUT it, WITHOUT society: ATWA (At War With Pollution: This is an idea Expressed by Charles Manson, but if he really was cruel, I don't condone him).

But even if you are AGAINST existence, you gotta play by its rules... to beat it. Because, how can you beat it outside of its rules? Outside of its rules, it doesn't exist!!!

So Brasil is an eugeny nest: Lots of good, strong spirits, being blurred out by the anti-eugenic (eugenic based on Truth, not shitty race. The amount of white trash and stupid white shit behaving like zombies should prove that). Even an african rebellious warrior is better than the white shit, for while commiting gross and reprehensible cruelty, he does it on the name of a [false], common-good ideal, ie. his superiors are gonna rule, and they are somehow better.

The USA is an invader of countries, plus they want to control everything by shitty diplomacy. Fuck them. They are barbarous tortures, in the end. The USA is not the new Roman Empire: They are the barbarians tha invaded the empire.

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What matters in a SOIL ( Blood & Soil ), is the uncreated element. It's that potential energy quantum in the blood, that is corrupted, degenerated, so it can be than GERMINATED, because the germs need to be corrupted before they can be BORN.

Therefore the majestic Yantra upon which our whole everyday reality is fulfilled, the "math geek's comprehension", that uncreated black light that is bestowed on us by Lucifer's Children is available anywhere, like a celestial-earthly body anatomy of Gaia.

Therefore, a country involves more than anything else Location aspects. Nature's location are able to produce epic renderings beyond genre and race. The place, the rivers, the mountains, horses and all other elements are crucial in the development of the people.

Therefore let eugeny be promoted not in the form of racism, but of a healthy breeding based on beauty, intelligence, strenght and health.

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http://tudoparahomens.com.br/americano-cria-lista-de-motivos-pelos-quais-odiou-ter-morado-no-brasil/

This is a shitty analysis of brazilian society and morals. In many respects, it is right. But what part of the world would this shitty list not apply to? At the bottom line of it, is a healthy respect for Law and orderly society. What is not acknowledged, however, but is latent withtin the text is its racism. I have lived peacefully with brown people all my life. Not with all of them, but most of them. It's just that Brazil is kind of an experiment of nature. You don't get to judge people by their skin color: The Mixts of people there are way beyond the average. The jewish run world aesthetical system (a system built on enphasis on medical treatments such as enlarged breasts (both for men an women), asses, etc. and fake celebrities, has even named brazil a place with the most beautiful people in the world.

Why? Because of the diversity of the mixsts, which mixtures are not found equal in anywhere in the world. And why does this fucker write an analysis like this?

Because he utterly fails to understand the uncreated family element that runs through the blood of every family member here in Brasil. What does this guy knows about politics? Does he know his country is a cesspool too? Americans are known as some of the stupidier people on earth.

And yet this is not true, right? There are some bright people there. A genius like nikola tesla enjoyed the usa. But, there are shitloads of stupid people, right? And your country,a country which Tries to be WHITE, but has anti white, negro breeding, raping propaganda (like gangsta rap) running freely, which obviously createsblack on white crime;.


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Interzone / Re: Turds in the magnetic fields
« on: January 06, 2014, 07:40:31 PM »
This actually helped me a lot. I often wonder about what is random and what is not.

I've been, sometimes, thinking about patterns and, although they're difficult, fractals. An alignement of a living being in his duties with a magnetic line is a sign of planned patterns manifestating on the earth's surface. Actually, "manifesting on the earth's surface" may be a limiting form of expressing it.

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