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Interzone / Re: Buying whores
« on: April 20, 2013, 03:59:03 PM »
"If birth is not a matter of chance, then it is not a coincidence for a being to "awaken" to itself in the body of a man or a woman.  Here too, the physical difference should be viewed as the equivalent of a spiritual difference; hence a being is a man or a woman in a physical way only because a being is either masculine or feminine in a transcendental way; sexual differentiation, far from being an irrelevant factor in relation to spirit, is the sign that points to a particular vocation and to a distinctive dharma."

Julius Evola - Revolt Against the Modern World

This is not an easy thing to explain, since it presupposes a certain understanding of the world that goes beyond the scope of a forum post, but I will try to offer some context.  The relationship man-woman, is not simply a biological accident, it corresponds to a duality and a complementarity that is visible everywhere is nature.  This is because this duality is an essential part of the metaphysical foundation of the entire universe, this is made quite clear in certain formulations from Eastern philosophies such as Yin-Yang and Atma-Maya.  Therefore being born a man or a woman is not simply a biological accident, it defines one's relationship to the universe in a very profound way.

This may seem somewhat at odds with what I was saying earlier, although I maintain that there are always exceptional cases and there is no reason not to treat these as such.  Also as far as voting is concerned, if we must return to this tired subject, the nature of a Western democracy is so profane that it basically rules out the possibility of the application or spiritual truths in any meaningful way.

That Evola quote is spot on. I tend to think about the issue in a similar manner:

Being born a man or a woman is not an accident, it's a MISSION.

Interzone / Re: Election 2012 Results
« on: November 08, 2012, 07:12:19 AM »
On fox news:

It seems to me that people are finally starting to wake up to the current situation. I think we could really see a change in American mass white sentiment as minority status and displacement from political power approach. It has to happen sooner or later, don't forget we have primal genetic interests on our side.

Metal / Re: BURZUM's 8th ALBUM: FALLEN
« on: January 14, 2011, 12:48:25 PM »
He's certainly moving in some direction, if the artwork/title are legitimate (an English name for a Burzum album?  What the fuck?)
Actually, "fallen" is a Norwegian word which translates to, well, "fallen". "Falle" is the equivalent for the English verb "to fall".
But, of course, it's still a generic and unimaginative title, more suitable for something like Evanescence than Burzum.

Metal / Re: BURZUM's 9th ALBUM: FALLEN
« on: January 13, 2011, 10:12:38 AM »
Regarding the source, Plastichead is the official distributor of Burzum, so it's pretty much sure that this isn't fake.

Regarding the news itself, I think this is a positive sign. Firstly, the fact that Vikernes has been able to pull this off so quickly means that he at least isn't running out of ideas (contra, for instance, Fenriz). Secondly, the artwork and the song titles seem suggest that he's thinking like a real artist again instead of trying to create a success formula of "Pagan Metal" (Belus).

Metal / Re: YOUR metal timeline
« on: June 06, 2010, 08:40:27 AM »
This contains information about my personal life too - but it depicts the consequences of music for my life and vice versa.

1994 - Born
1994-2002 - I was brought up with older pop music and some classical, which I though couldn't really appreciate as of then.
2001 - Started playing classical piano.
2003 - My friends got me into mainstream music. Went through a brief period of listening to contemporary pop.
2004 - Discovered the local, shitty mainstream "metal". Nightwish etc. This was the point when I started appreciating heavier music, though only superficially.
2006 - Slayer, Metallica, Iron Maiden, etc. At this point I developed a liking into real Metal and found for the first time the kind of music that I still listen to. I also started thinking of myself as a metalhead.
2007 - Black Metal & 70's metal. I delved deeper into older Metal (Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Motörhead etc.) and found Black Metal, which became my favourite genre of music almost immediately. I started reading ANUS after finding Burzum and alienated from my peers.
2008 - Started to follow the musical "ANUS dogma" - found Death and Doom Metal and broadened my understanding of Black Metal. At the end of the year, started delving into Classical and some forms of Electronic music, notably Ambient. Developed an ear for the greatest in music and became interested in playing classical piano again. Simultaneously became slightly better at school (from an average of 8,7 to 9,2 - on a scale of 4 to 10).
2009 - Became a daily listener of Classical music and found Metal secondary to it. Developed a full appreciation to the best of Metal. Cut my hair and gave up the superficial Metal culture mostly associated with losing in life, though still remained true to the Hessian ideals. Instead I started opting for success at as many fields possible - became better at school, progressed with the piano, started regular athletic exercising, started composing my own music and became more social. Gained more friends and overcame social anxiety.
2010 - Further widened my understanding of Metal and all other music, found Laibach and industrial music. I concluded Comprehensive School with an average of 9,5 and applied for the Sibelius Gymnasium of Helsinki, still waiting for the results.

Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: April 04, 2010, 01:07:03 PM »
Here are some of my compositions (there are actually a lot of them, mostly short themes and incomplete songs, though)

Napapiiri (The Polar Circle)

This is a short piano composition, played by me on an acoustic piano. I'm currently writing a piano suite based mostly on the themes of this composition. I'll record and post it here when it's finished.

Päijänteen Täysikuu (The Full Moon of Lake Päijänne)

This is an older song created with FL Studio 8. It contains basic FPC drums, a bass synth and some synth pads. I left it pretty much unmixed - thus it forms a dreamy, quite gentle blend of sounds.

Metal / Re: Burzum - Belus (March 2010)
« on: February 09, 2010, 11:54:59 AM »
So here it is, a complete track from "Belus".

Fairly tolerable, but nothing in comparison to his earlier works. Quess I'll just keep listening to "Engram" from now on.

Interzone / Re: Introductions
« on: January 13, 2010, 01:47:11 PM »
Markus, 15 - seems like I'm one of the youngest here.

I've been a lurker and an occasional poster here for about 2 years now I think. My interests include music (a piano student for almost 9 years now, a heavy listener of classical and metal, as well as an occassional composer), philosophy, history, linguistics and to a certain degree, visual art. I'm going to gymnasium (an European equivalent of high school) next year. Contrary to the misanthropist hordes around here, I'm a fairly social person and have converted some of my more intelligent friends to a kind of conservative philosophy resembling that of ANUS.

Metal / Re: Personality of Hessians
« on: August 05, 2009, 03:13:52 AM »
I got INTJ.

Introverted  56%   Intuitive  62%  Thinking  75%  Judging  44%

As many would predict, Introverted Intuition seems to be a trend here.

Interzone / Hate
« on: March 23, 2009, 09:01:06 AM »
hate = noun
to hate = verb
hateful = adjective

"Hate is evil, because Christ says so."
"I hate Christ."
"Christ is hateful."

-> http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/hate
-> http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/hateful

Metal / Re: ILDJARN contributes positive view of A.N.U.S.
« on: January 23, 2009, 05:00:05 AM »
Curious: does this date before or after the sites' interview with him?
I'm not sure if I understood your question properly, but the DLA interview dates before the interview mentioned above.

From the DLA interview:
The only thing would be the "Hardanger highlands" CD; it's already recorded, but we haven't thought of releasing it yet.

From the other interview:
Okay, the last few questions before we call this off. You just got Hardangervidda CD released, yet it has no label marks or logos on it. Did you release this just by yourself or what? Why not through NLP?

Interzone / Re: Thrash versus Thrash Metal
« on: June 08, 2008, 11:43:04 PM »
There were obviously a lot of terms being used back then, most being completely inaccurate (Metallica and Black Metal?). How can we actually claim that "Speed Metal" is more accurate than those terms?