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Metal / Good and refreshing death/hardcore grind from brazil
« on: December 30, 2013, 02:01:05 PM »
A refreshing release, not new, not too old:

Are you God? - Espelho de Carne


Interzone / Re: Synchronicity
« on: December 29, 2013, 10:44:02 AM »
There were some that I forget, but mainly what happens is thinking, on the day, or one, two or more days before, about some scene from some movie or other thing on tv, and then watch it on TV (on the before mentioned times).

Also, when I was a "pre-teen", I was mentally playing a song after a band played on a TV show here from my country, and another person watched with me before and was with me. Suddenly the person completed out loud the next sentence on the song lyrics right at the moment it was in my head mental play. Alas, I don't remember exactly if it was right on the instant, but if it wasn't, it was pretty close. I guess if you consider the billions of people that are together with another person while mentally repeating a song they just listened too, sync is bound to happen...

...or was there something more?


In my family, I have a cousin who experienced, in two different times, very bad vibes related to death, and on both occasions someone had died.

Also there was an interesting case when a person passed out on a robbery late at night, after being asfixiated, and a related person dreamt she was being suffocated and woke up disturbed by this in the morning.

Interzone / Castes
« on: December 28, 2013, 06:57:50 AM »
I was just thinking about castes. I am not sure about how caste and different ethnic groups work, or caste inside the same ethnic group. But let's consider the latter: In caste systems that passed from generations during great time, how did those castes came up?

How did they form themselves? Why some people became artisans, nobles, governors, warriors, priests, royal family, and stayed that way for generations?

Were the differences merely decided in some time of turmoil, with each person from the same race leaving together and slowly changing the system of society towards the caste model, then slowly forming and settling through the years the peoples and families of the castes?

Was there any similarity or relationship between personality types, intelligence, etc., that related a person to his caste? Was the appearance different?

Was it common for a person to move from his caste, or for a family to go change caste?

Interzone / Re: Which is the Soul, Exists??
« on: December 22, 2013, 02:03:37 AM »
there is no evidence to date of the causal link going either direction.

If you're referring to consciousness, this is ludicrous. Go find consciousnesses which isn't derived from material and report back.

If you're stuck in the material, how would you know?

Interzone / Re: Nature and anti-art
« on: December 22, 2013, 02:02:52 AM »
Thanks a lot. You're a cool guy, dead last. Are you fat?

The book you pointed me too may be one that I was looking for. I put a presentation on youtube on my bookmark about this subject, taken from a book, and with the link for the book, about how everything is created with these forms. Then I lost it. I don't know if it was the same book, but it sure looks like it. This is just what I was looking for. I need to have this books, it complements all that I've read so far.

I'm into the occult, when I say into, sadly, I read it but not dilligently. I plan to study it seriously now, in fact, I already started.

I can offer you material too. What's your e-mail? Or I can post it all here.

Interzone / Re: Nature and anti-art
« on: December 20, 2013, 09:59:07 AM »
I suspected, but I could never understand the golden ratio.

Interzone / Re: Nature and anti-art
« on: December 20, 2013, 07:58:07 AM »
Make something clear for me dead last: How much of those photographs is computer generated? The colors, the shapes, how much?

And what about the chart with the shell and the triangle below the green fractal vegetable: How can I learn more about it?

You say you're an occultist, can you recommend me some books on the occult, esoteric and about patterns of nature and mathematics???

Interzone / Re: Who/What is Satan?
« on: December 09, 2013, 09:21:02 AM »
When you stop seeing everything only in terms of humans, you'll see that evil simply doesn't apply to anything else but humans.
Stop focusing solely on humans, and life becomes something extraordinary.

Do you mean evil can exist only on the actions of humans, or that even this kind of evil (perceived in the harmful actions of humans, say, f. example, shitting in someone's mouth, making him eat it, then torture the person before killing him) does not exist?

Quote from: dead last
You'll find that even Crowley repeatedly warns (or encourages) LHP followers that, once begun, the path cannot be turned from, despite the follower's regrets or misgivings.

Can you point me to where this is said, preferably making the quotations available?

Interzone / Re: Black Holes.
« on: December 03, 2013, 06:01:47 AM »
I've never understood what singularity is.

It is a point. If you think of a singularity like a sphere, maybe a small moon or a planet, then you could not stand on one side of it.. Your feet would be touching its entire surface.

You could also think of a singularity like a pixel on your computer screen. An object moving across the display can't get from one side of the pixel to the other. It is either there or not there.

As you shrink a sphere, its curvature increases. Increase the curvature to infinity, and you have a singularity.

Since mathematics doesn't allow for infinities, singularities in real life are special, because they are indescribable by math, which means a hey day for those who use math to understand universal mechanics.

Thanks. Still, it's very abstract. I'm left with the feeling I still don't know what it is. It's a point? Where would this point be, what would it do? How are they related to black holes? Would the singularity be like total dissolution or absorption?

I have the feeling that all the concepts that are thrown around for people who are not scientists are severely condensed for the general public. In reality, they are a bunch of calculations. Am I right?

Interzone / Re: Black Holes.
« on: December 02, 2013, 06:34:46 AM »
I've never understood what singularity is.

Interzone / Re: Who/What is God?
« on: November 28, 2013, 03:16:49 AM »
God is a religious term to describe Reality. But nobody knows that, any more.

As far as we KNOW... no one ever knew it, actually.
As far as we can see, it's all stories made up by humans to explain things they cannot understand.

People didn't ever need to know, before we all went collectively soft in the head.
All they needed to know was that Reality was uber-dangerous, and uber-astounding, and everything else, besides.
Anything incomprehensibly incomprehensible, not to mention threatening, as described above, gets to be respected, revered and gotten onside-with.
Unless, of course, you're us.

I agree with you, on this post and on a lot of things. But as I've said before, people with an inquisitve mind, for example scientists, don't think like you. And they are deeply religious too. For example, Isaac Newton. The guy was religious, learned hebrew, practiced alchemy, was a mystic, etc... But he had a drive to understand stuff that was not understood before. It's just a different type of mindset.

Comprehension of mysteries is not incompatible with mysticism/religiosity.

Again the symbol of the serpents of the caduceus comes into play

If you consider one of the serpents as Variation and the other as One Reality, you can understand why crow  says what he says:

Let's say there are three colored balls, one red, one green and one blue. They come together to form all combinations that we know in reality.

A person may understand a lot about the combinations, be an expert, but never know the basics, that everything is formed by these three coloured balls.

A person who has a basic understanding of the combinations, but understood the basic building blocks is wiser. He knows that whatever he is not understanding right now is not that relevant, because in the end, it's a combination of those three building blocks.

If reality is One, this is a given. That's why it's pointless to try to understand every little doubt about reality that comes, being that it is a multiplicity of the one, all is variation of the same idea. 

And a person can be a religious scientist and be passionate about the combinations AND know the mystic contemplation of the formations of the three basic balls.

Interzone / Re: Meditation: the dangers.
« on: November 26, 2013, 10:13:36 AM »
I have read in the past a guy saying that after a while, he even breathed in the pace of the breathing exercises during sleep, without effort.

Interzone / Re: Meditation: the dangers.
« on: November 26, 2013, 06:43:38 AM »
Is this breath meditation supposed to feel unconfortable?

Interzone / Re: Meditation: the dangers.
« on: November 26, 2013, 03:53:34 AM »
I've read a little about breath meditation and the cautions warned were of the dangers of what was called kumbhaka, keeping the breath in, as it can have questionable effects when done without the proper method and preparations. But it did not mention lung damage.  I've never seen this mentioned, I did not know.

But if the person does not do it too much there is no such effect, right?

Interzone / Re: Posthuman Tantra
« on: November 25, 2013, 03:01:54 PM »

Here is the guy's myspace. I'd like to know what people think of it. It is very similar to music I've done, although I was even worse with the technical part, and it is very uni-directional. Strangely it has gained favorable reviews in various places in the world.

They are more like chaosiac-sigils than music, intended to penetrate subliminar barries inducing states of mind on the listener in a tetric way.

It is more mantra than music.

Another thing that amazed me was how it was on split-cds with great bands, like Emme-ya and Melek-tha.

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