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Interzone / Re: Australia
« on: May 30, 2008, 05:26:27 PM »

Yeah, i'm an Aussie. I wouldn't exactly call myself a poster though.

I live over in Perth. If Austalia is a cultural wasteland and Eastern Australia is apparently our "cultural centre" then Perth can be likened to a small hole in the ground with an Australian flag poking out the top.

Let me make an example of this. When Slayer played a gig over here. (for the first time ever I believe) They played in a shed which is normally the farm animal house during the Perth Royal Show.

Hi, and LOL.

There's more Australian posters than this...
It would be nice to get a bit organized, find out where each other are, and plan meetings like the European/American ANUSheads do.

Also... did Moses get banned or something?

Interzone / Re: Ildjarn CDs
« on: May 30, 2008, 03:29:53 PM »
I bought Ildjarn is Dead off ebay for less than $35 all up. A quick search reveals the svartfrad mcd is currently on ebay, and for cheap.

Check out the metal-archives forums. They have a trading forum, some people have alot of kvlt stuff for sale/trade.

Interzone / Re: Australia
« on: May 13, 2008, 11:35:43 PM »
Hm, that's about it, there's a reason why Australia is considered a cultural wasteland.  :(

Yeah. I'm gonna move to Europe.

Some more good Australian bands:
-Astriaal (a little generic, but good - try catch them live if you go to Brisbane)
-Destroyer 666 (living in Europe now though)
Stay away from Striborg and Abyssic Hate.

How many Australians are on this site? Rollcall plz?

Interzone / Re: Nazis hate death metal, fuck Nazis
« on: April 14, 2008, 02:52:56 PM »
Liberals hate death metal, fuck Liberals

Interzone / Re: December 2012
« on: April 10, 2008, 06:54:51 PM »
Thank-you onan, predictable as always. I highly doubt 'destruction' of anything or 'worldwide spiritual awakening' (this is complete hogwash). What you said is a given.

Dedrater - how many civilizations in history have 'ran themselves into the ground'? Just because a group of people eventually failed at being a never-ending society does not strip them of any intellectual conclusions, contributions and cultural significances they made. The Maya civilization was one of the most advanced in astronomy and understanding of 'cycles'.
Also, no-one really knows what the primary cause of their downfall was.

This is an important date in terms of 'solar activity', as chrstphrmbnntt put it.

Interzone / Re: Vikernes' release
« on: April 10, 2008, 12:31:46 AM »
If I grow too old and weak, or too sick, I will probably find an old ash tree and simply hang myself, like Odinn and the Pagan initiates did, only I don't intend to return to life (not until I am reborn anyhow). The suicide is the ultimate victory over the body, because the body's natural instincts will force you to try and survive, no matter what, while the spirit and hugr (mind, "soul") always seek to return to the gods. The suicide is also very attractive because it allows me to demonstrate the will to remove the effete, and to give room for the young and healthy, even if the effete is me - and naturally at one point I will become effete too, like we all will.

From the official Burzum site.
Quit making me quote interviews.

Metal / Re: Instrumental Brutal Death Metal?
« on: April 10, 2008, 12:25:30 AM »
This is a pretty stupid request. Basically, you want death metal without the vocals?

I'm not sure if they plan on recording vocals, but newcomers Abhorrent seem to fit the bill. Then again, I'm pretty sure no hi.arc.tow bands have vocals.

Interzone / December 2012
« on: April 10, 2008, 12:21:49 AM »
Is there something significant we should know about the Winter Solstice date of December 21, 2012? Yes. On this day a rare astronomical and Mayan mythical event occurs. In astronomic terms, the Sun conjuncts the intersection of the Milky Way and the plane of the ecliptic. The Milky Way, as most of us know, extends in a general north-south direction in the night sky. The plane of the ecliptic is the track the Sun, Moon, planets and stars appear to travel in the sky, from east to west. It intersects the Milky Way at a 60 degree angle near the constellation Sagittarius.

The cosmic cross formed by the intersecting Milky Way and plane of the ecliptic was called the Sacred Tree by the Maya. The trunk of the tree, the Axis Mundi, is the Milky Way, and the main branch intersecting the tree is the plane of the ecliptic. Mythically, at sunrise on December 21, 2012, the Sun - our Father - rises to conjoin the center of the Sacred Tree, the World Tree, the Tree of Life..

This rare astronomical event, foretold in the Mayan creation story of the Hero Twins, and calculated empircally by them, will happen for many of us in our lifetime. The Sun has not conjoined the Milky Way and the plane of the ecliptic since some 25,800 years ago, long before the Mayans arrived on the scene and long before their predecessors the Olmecs arrived. What does this mean?

Due to a phenomenon called the precession of the equinoxes, caused by the Earth's wobble that lasts almost 26,000 years, the apparent location of the Winter Solstice sunrise has been ever so slowly moving toward the Galactic Center. Precession may be understood by watching a spinning top. Over many revolutions the top will rise and dip on its axis, not unlike how the Earth does over an extremely long period of time. One complete rise and dip constitutes the cycle of precession.

The Mayans noticed the relative slippage of the positions of stars in the night sky over long periods of observation, indicative of precession, and foretold this great coming attraction. By using an invention called the Long Count, the Mayans fast-forwarded to anchor December 21, 2012 as the end of their Great Cycle and then counted backwards to decide where the calendar would begin. Thus the Great Cycle we are currently in began on August 11, 3114 B.C. But there's more.

The Great Cycle, lasting 1,872,000 days and equivalent to 5,125.36 years, is but one fifth of the Great Great Cycle, known scientifically as the Great Year or the Platonic Year - the length of the precession of the equinoxes. To use a metaphor from the modern industrial world, on Winter Solstice A.D. 2012 it is as if the Giant Odometer of Humanity on Earth hits 100,000 miles and all the cycles big and small turn over to begin anew. The present world age will end and a new world age will begin.

Over a year's time the Sun transits through the twelve houses of the zodiac. Many of us know this by what "Sun sign" is associated with our birthday. Upping the scale to the Platonic Year - the 26,000 year long cycle - we are shifting, astrologically, from the Age of Pisces to the Age of Aquarius. The Mayan calendar does not really "end" in 2012, but rather, all the cycles turn over and start again, vibrating to a new era. It is as if humanity and the Earth will graduate in the eyes of the Father Sun and Grandmother Milky Way.


These times are so accelerated that no answer could encompass the vast implications of the phase we are in. A range of responses are available to us. Depending on who you talk to and what area you research, one can find all kinds of claims as to what can be expected. From cataclysm to enlightenment, world war to world peace, massive earth changes and physical destruction, to massive spiritual awakening to our inherent oneness, there are many views of the implications of the approaching year 2012, 2013, and beyond. One thing is clear - we are right in the thick of this critical, transformative period! As this date approaches, we are collectively in a transition phase of the old world dying and a new world being born.


I'm not too sure about the second source, it seems rather biased, but there appears to be some good information there as well.

Does anyone know anything about this? I'm a bit skeptical about the sources such as the last one (magickal spiritual enlightenment!!1!). When I was first told about it, I was very skeptical of it until I read 21st December 2012 is the end of the Mayan long-count calendar.
Does anyone have any unbiased information on this? It sounds like there's a second good point about living in current times (the first being metal).

Metal / Re: New draft of Heavy Metal FAQ
« on: April 09, 2008, 12:50:43 AM »
Surely there are some metal IRC channels with (meaningful) activity out there, though. Does anyone here know of any worth investigating?

I'd say DC++ (means file-sharing + conversation). There's a few people on the Neoclassical hub, but they rarely talk. People are already there for the file-sharing, so this would be a good place to encourage some conversation.
Join neoclassical.no-ip.org:412

Interzone / Re: Vikernes' release
« on: April 05, 2008, 07:25:08 PM »
I don't want anything to do with this thoroughly sick so-called civilization, so I will do my best to get away from it all. There will be no more articles like this one, no more (strictly speaking) unnecessary communication with strangers in the modern world and no interviews. I will publish a few books, possibly using a pseudonym in order to stay anonymous, and perhaps a Burzum album or two, but that's it.

I say this because I have been told that some people expect a lot from me when I am released. Well; don't expect anything. Unless You look for my books or albums You can expect to never hear from or about me again. I don't want anything to do with You or the thoroughly sick world You live in. Count me out. I am going home, to the Norwegian countryside, to the wilderness and fresh air, to a healthy farm-life and Mother Earth's embrace.

From official Burzum site. He has had an acoustic guitar in his prison for a couple of years I believe, so he has been writing some music. Apparently we can expect it to sound like classic Burzum.

Metal / Re: Personality of Hessians
« on: April 02, 2008, 06:52:22 PM »
INTJ  ;)
Quite an interesting trend going on here.

Interzone / Re: Comic Books
« on: March 31, 2008, 01:24:33 PM »
Asterix was pretty fuckin' sweet  :D

Interzone / Re: Careers
« on: March 30, 2008, 03:37:04 AM »
Yes, indeed he was one of the key persons in the development of sociology.
I should have said: "What sucks is the lecturers' endless Marx-praising." There were other contributors.  ::)

Metal / Re: Ildjarn is Dead
« on: March 30, 2008, 03:30:27 AM »
Ok, I might have been picking on them. However, they did sell out - what does this indicate? Then again, I never liked them to begin with. Exchange them for Dimmu Borgir, Behemoth, Mayhem? etc if you wish.

I'll also say: it was pretty boring when Ildjarn rambled on and on about unnecessary shit like girls and menstruation. It was also a shock to read he wants his own Nordic race to destroy themselves with racemixing and whatnot..
Fatalism.  ::)

Metal / Re: Ildjarn is Dead
« on: March 29, 2008, 06:35:08 PM »
A recommended reading, indeed.

It's always heartening to read writings by metal musicians who actually live by the convictions they express in their music. It's a shame about a good deal of other Norwegian black metallers.

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