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The ''elite'' are already  busy finding a way to escape the earth (space program) and leave the rest of us in a doomed planet.

Maybe they are already been contacted by aliens (see the foo fighters during the ww2)
It's maybe insane but I had a bref  and clear vision coming of nowhere about Stalin having a meeting with aliens.

Interzone / Re: Philosophy vs. Wisdom.
« on: April 26, 2013, 09:33:19 PM »
I always wondered why some philosophers tend to write so much to say so little? It's  like the more they are trapped in the supperficial world (like the marxist phylosophers) the more they tend to write big, incomprehensible words.
It's a chance that I was rebutted by their writing style, their thoughts never have a chance to have a grasp on me.  :)

I gained more knowledge about life reading  comic books than reading philosophy books.
Is there some philosophy books that is worth reading instead of reading books like the Tao te king or the Upanishads? The only phylosophy book that I have read in its entirely  is ''Thus Spoke Zarathustra'' if that counts or ''Beyond Good and Evil'' a long time ago.

Interzone / Re: the dream thread
« on: April 26, 2013, 10:29:57 AM »
I once dreamt that I could fly but I lost suddently control of my body and I've been carried away into deep space until I woke up.

Interzone / Re: What's in it for me???
« on: April 26, 2013, 10:23:55 AM »
I believe that the pursuit of something worth pursuing is a valid one, as it's what motivates us and its lessons teach us to abandon the short-term blissful ignorance and fear of egocentric tunnel-vision. You yourself state that "riches beyond measure" come to those who succeed in transcending their ego. To say that desire for personal gain leads to ignorance is false as much as to say that desire for personal loss leads to ignorance is obvious. Personal gain for yourself does not entail personal loss for others, as if resources were limited or one's status and qualities were defined in relation to those of others, but rather personal gain is a matter of balance, resulting in complementariness and  harmony with yourself and your environment.

Personnal gain is like stealing something that isn't yours. Give back to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's, some dude once said.

Interzone / Re: ForeBears, a film starring Varg Vikernes
« on: April 26, 2013, 10:13:41 AM »

there's some samples of the new album. They're not long but it sounds promising. You got to love cheesy ambient music, which I do. :)


Interzone / Re: Science: metal listening helps brain fitness
« on: April 24, 2013, 06:38:09 PM »
bombard and biniou (breton bagpipe) duo


Interzone / the dream thread
« on: April 24, 2013, 06:30:40 PM »
I thought it could be a good idea of having a thread where we can tell others about unusual, scary or significative dreams.

I'll start with one:

Last night I dreamt I was some sort of necromancer. I bent all my will in the purpose of bringing to life a rotting corpse who was in a parallel dimension. The energy involved was very negative. I was like it was twisting and killing my soul. Hopefully, I awake soon afterward.

I thought about some interpretations about that dream. It made me realize that when we are bending life to our Will, it can only turn into disaster, especially for the ''spell caster''. And that creation cannot come from thin air. We can only come with interaction with an other, especially a loved one. Love of life is greater than the will of life, in a way.

Interzone / Re: Liberalism causes terrorism
« on: April 22, 2013, 12:04:38 PM »

I suppose this speaks exactly to my point. Can the media and the public not grasp simultaneously that a person can be a victim as well as at fault? When anyone hints at having sympathy for the bombers they're blasted. Love thy enemy.

Even if they are in some ways victims, why would should be having any sympathy for them?
They didn't belong in this society. They came from an other country with and other culture and mentallity. Why would they didn't go back in their country instead of blowing up another one that they didn't like? They wanted everything. The opportunities of Usa and the cultural background of Chechnya. You can't have both, a least not everytimes. It's why multiculturalism don't work so well. Trudeau almost imply that it's the fault of the host country and not the immigrants. In the case here, what would we had to do to prevent them becoming terrorists? Turning ourselves into a islamic country? Give them free jobs and diplomas?

I can understand about how they felt to some degree and not hate them.
I can give you a parallel; if I am attacked by a ferocious animal, I will not hate it  for that, but I will defend myself, even if it get to the point that I must kill it.

Interzone / Re: Liberalism causes terrorism
« on: April 20, 2013, 10:27:51 AM »

here's some words from Justin Trudeau about the Boston bombing, who wants to be the future  prime minister of Canada.

“Now, we don’t know now if it was terrorism or a single crazy or a domestic issue or a foreign issue,” he said. “But there is no question that this happened because there is someone who feels completely excluded. Completely at war with innocents. At war with a society. And our approach has to be, where do those tensions come from?

“Yes, there’s a need for security and response,” Trudeau added. “But we also need to make sure that as we go forward, that we don’t emphasize a culture of fear and mistrust. Because that ends up marginalizing even further those who already are feeling like they are enemies of society.”

For him the terrorists could be considered as victims.

Metal / Re: Group project: metal esoterica
« on: April 19, 2013, 09:48:16 PM »
here's a few  ''metal'' terms that we could do some search. I'm too tired to do it right now.

-(black) sabbath
-(Elizabeth) Bathory
-the influence of the moon, like in ''freezing moon'' or ''drawing down the moon''

-Murders in the Rue Morgue - from Iron Maiden

«Poe wrote "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" at a time when crime was at the forefront in people's minds due to urban development. London had recently established its first professional police force and American cities were beginning to focus on scientific police work as newspapers reported murders and criminal trials. "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" continues an urban theme that was used several times in Poe's fiction, in particular "The Man of the Crowd", likely inspired by Poe's time living in Philadelphia.

The tale has an underlying metaphor for the battle of brains vs. brawn. Physical strength, depicted as the orangutan as well as its owner, stand for violence: the orangutan is a murderer, while its owner admits he has abused the animal with a whip. The analyst's brainpower overcomes their violence.The story also contains Poe's often-used theme of the death of a beautiful woman, which he called the "most poetical topic in the world"»


Some possible autistic hippie-nazi hybrid finally volunteered to get off his/her/its blubbery neckbeard's duff and link to the death metal underground site on social media.


What is reddit.com? Is it worth it? Is there someone there with enough potential to be interested going to deathmetal.org?

I'm asking this because I feel like the majority of the internet is worthless. What about this site?

Interzone / Re: Poop comments
« on: March 30, 2013, 12:55:42 PM »
You can start a conversation with your workmates by saying:« instead of talking about cultural feces like your soaps, lest talk about natural ones. I bet you didn't know that you could grow vegetables by using your own feces. Well, the carrots I brought you from my house yesterday, they are grown with that technique.»

Interzone / Re: Why am I laughing?
« on: March 30, 2013, 12:05:06 PM »
For me, the heaviness of the metal is like the sound of thunder, an avalanche, a howling wind in the winter or the sound of a fall. It's like the sound of the fury of the nature. Sure, it cannot be compared with real nature.
It's a celebration of that side. It can serve us to be humble in face of it.

I think metal music is only really  usefull in artificial suroundings like cities. Because who needs metal when we are facing the real deal.

Interzone / Re: Death vs. Hell.
« on: March 28, 2013, 07:13:02 PM »
That's how I mostly see hell. Do you see one after physical death, too?

Yes, if physical death is the end of the human form (body). I think a soul always have some form in a way or an other. If a soul whatever its form, by it a tree, an animal, a rock, has that distortion, he will be in hell. But I doubt by their nature that a tree or a rock have that kind of problem. It's only when a creature grows a head that those type of problem begins to occur. In some ways, they are smarter than humans.

Interzone / Re: Death vs. Hell.
« on: March 28, 2013, 05:55:56 PM »
Hell is not realizing that we are allready ''dead'' thus having a distortion (wich bring suffering for the one who have more than a mundane spirit) between the image of the self and the true self.

Are you speaking of hell as existing while the body is still animated?


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