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Interzone / Re: Book Recomendations
« on: April 22, 2010, 05:42:12 PM »
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not mention Freud

Why not?

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I'd suggest Mishima's the sea of fertililogy quadralogy (four books about four books)

Enormously beautiful prose entwined with nationalist thought.

Thanks, but it's fiction right? I've been curious about mishima's books for a long time. I was thinking about starting with confessions of a mask, or forbidden colors. Same response for libido itch

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Read "Crime and Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky if you haven't already, its technically fiction, but this is a must read nonetheless with elements of human psychology and philosophy.  For Non-Fiction, it just depends on your interests..

Noted.

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"Walden" by Henry David Thoreau.

To all the people who gave away only the titles: Noted.

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I do not know at all what you are interested in besides nonfiction, but I have just started rereading The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli.  It was written in 1513 to an Italian duke and contains great knowledge on how a government is to gain and maintain control. 

I sometimes refer back to the Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu.  I prefer the copy from the publisher Shambhala(may be more than one), because the prose seems most fitting.  It is a personal philosophy that was the beginning of Taoism.

I really enjoy Nietzsche and would suggest Beyond Good and Evil and Thus Spake Zarathustra.

If you are at all interested in fiction work I highly suggest you read Crime and Punishment as the above poster mentioned.  I also really enjoyed Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov; I would even go so far as to call it fairly metal.

Some day I will read the prince, everyone talks about it everywhere. I will leave tao te ching for the future, since I am not too pacient with spiritual books written in the form of poetry unless I'm on acid or something. I will read nietszche as everyone suggested, I tried to read the anticrhrist when I was like, 13 or so, but abandoned it because I was an immature child.

Skullduggery

I'm only going to read your post carefully when I see this book exists in my language, but thanks

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I would recommend "Language And Myth" by Ernst Cassirer and "Beyond The Mountain" by Steve House[/b]

OK. Maybe those works are not avaiable in portuguese. As you can see I read english but it's not so easy for me buying from amazon. But noted

Well about the other responses, thanks as well.



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Metal / Re: Hessian Attire
« on: April 20, 2010, 03:25:59 PM »
Last of all, Corrupt is making NO progress.

Do you think democratic nations are going to accept these elitist conservative agendas? Please. Nietzsche tried to influence the 'superman' theory with all his might, and look at what progress it's made in stopping democracy. We will destroy ourselves, and pick up the pieces after, but not until we destroy ourselves.


I don't know man. The site has new posts in very short time spans, that means they're focused on going foward. And I don't know the number of visitors, but there are some comments so people do visit there everyday. Besides, they use some "soft" language some times. I guess they're really influencing some people. I think the primary goal of the site was never to end democracy right away. I think they're trying to get people to think first, I don't know why but I think they will move foward with theyr goals every year. I certainly hope so. They even managed to release pentti linkola's book (weren't they involved with it?). As for Nietzsche, speaking as a guy who has not read his works but read about him, he made quite an impact as to be still printed, discussed, and appears in a lot of places today in quoting, conversation, texts about philosophy, etc. And look what he influenced that was important: ANUS, Hitler, etc.


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Interzone / Re: Mainstream culture degeneracy needs trolling
« on: April 20, 2010, 03:21:01 PM »
Boy would I like to have a nice older woman who gives me financial support in exchange for affection and sexual intercourse.

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Metal / Re: Hessian Attire
« on: April 19, 2010, 06:25:36 PM »

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Interzone / Re: Book Recomendations
« on: April 19, 2010, 06:23:03 PM »
Thanks for all the responses! I have been visiting the forum but not posting, but now I'm back. I will reply to all later, except one person, who said not to start with traditionalist texts. Why not? Is it because they use complex language and demand that the reader has read a lot of other books and knows history and other things? I'm asking because the way you said, made it look like some super esoteric knowledge. I have read a little of Savitri Devi The Lightning and the Sun and it uses a simple language. But I never read it all the way trought, just for curiosity, but I liked the parts I read a lot. Can you further elaborate on that please? I'm very interested in the subject, and on what you said.

By the way, I read on wikipedia Miguel Serrano belives there are hidden UFOs or something?


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Interzone / Re: tldr.anus.com
« on: April 19, 2010, 06:18:08 PM »
Great idea. There should be of course a link to the original dark legions reviews

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Metal / Re: GORGUTS: New Song Samples Available - Mar. 21, 2010
« on: March 27, 2010, 05:44:55 PM »
Obscura is a great masterpiece. It is not deathcore

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Interzone / Re: New Amerika.org article? You tell me!
« on: March 25, 2010, 04:14:43 PM »
I think they are trying to pander to people who are not familiar with the line of tought exposed on the ANUS websites.

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Interzone / Re: ANUS makes its "Divine Intervention"
« on: March 25, 2010, 04:08:08 PM »
I liked it and will translate it to portuguese.

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It made me wonder also about prozak's real beliefs. I mean, on this article he says that probably death will be the cessation of everything, yet he has all that spiritual, mystical hindu thing going on, on forest poetry for example, the traditionalist texts have a mystical side too. It's a little confusing. And from what I gather he seems to be one of those guys who talk to plants, or believe they have feelings. (I'm not saying they don't)

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Another thing I liked about the article is that it helps to spread Spiritual Nihilism, a thing that is unclear to many, because most people who believe in nothing are not spiritual, so people think it's always about atheism and stuff. It's nice to spread some different views on nihilism, and necessary.

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Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: March 25, 2010, 01:18:23 PM »
Come on people, support the artists.

Everyone in this society is an artist, an undiscovered genius, or a hidden sexual powerhouse. At least that's what they tell me. In my experience, fewer than one in ten thousand are exceptional at anything, and the people who are happiest either pursue their talents or stop pretending they have them, and get on with life.

Are you going to post your opinions on the music or not? I recommend starting with this one:

http://depositfiles.com/files/rv5dxxhx2

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Interzone / Re: Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 10:56:49 AM »
I'd say that there is nothing cattle like in analyzing the music I posted. It just happens I noticed that it sounds somewhat "deep", the repetition. But I agree that it's not a "real song".

Quote: The first time you hear it, one thinks "Wow, I gotta hear that again," the second time "That's a nice song," and subsequent listens reveal less and less and lose their ability to uplift.

That happened to me now. I listened to it a lot of times,  and the depthness is gone. I have come to the same conclusion as you. The music is like a wallpaper or something. But wallpapers are not bad.

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Interzone / Re: Destroying the Weak [split]
« on: March 25, 2010, 05:12:37 AM »

Call me 'oversocialised' but I wonder if this place will ever begin to gain any more real social currency with explicit statements of this intensity. If structure, reality, intelligence, clear perception, etc, are they key, as they are professed to be by the philosophy of nihilism, then I don't see how taking the approach of being (comparitively) so overtly explicit to the point of alienating the people you want to win over (the small percentage of 'smart' people in society) can seem anything but absurd.


Explicity is unimportant. If there's something that the left knows too well is discourse analysis, then we have politically correct language.

The pain of survivors of the "great cleansing",  after all the tears for dead relatives, friends, and after the big efforts of stabilizing culture after the war, would be forgot in perhaps 100 years, while their descendants enjoy all the benefits and reach the stars. It seems beautiful and ultimately... merciful. But if it fails it would be much much worse than the holocaust.

One child policy and extra license is much less likely to fail, and I'm awaiting a comparative analysis vs mass tard death, by those who support the latter.

I don't know If I get what you're trying to say about the left, but if it's what I think, you're damned right... In my country, apology to nazism is a crime. Communism, on the other hand, even has it's political parties. The deaths of the people in the goverments of communism, is waaay bigger than nazism... but from influence of those bastards, it's extremely OK to defend communsim... go figure

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Interzone / Re: Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 05:06:57 AM »
Hip-hop has its occasional place even in the life of a elitist metalhead bastard

No, it doesn't. If I wanted to be like the rest of the zombies, I'd buy an SUV.

I think you would enjoy driving one. Anyway, if a sound of a tree moving with the wind can sound "deep" to you (c'mon, I know you one day tought that) why can't a rap instrumental sound good?

There is music, there is catchy music, there is repettive sounds, there is extremely intense, good and intellectual music, there is dancing music, music to play in your car, anyway,,, whatever

If you found my response too anti-intellectual, please write an essay as to why the song I posted is not worthy. I await.

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Interzone / Re: Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 04:56:26 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5LGYTzBavM

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WE BE TROOOLLLLIN'

Anyway, Nujabes is cool hi-hop, and that's a cool song (this is probably filed under "shit I shouldn't admit at the ANUS forum," but I dig a bit of anime, got introduced to this guy's music through a few episodes of Samurai Champloo). Hip-hop has its occasional place even in the life of a elitist metalhead bastard, but I think a song like this (and perhaps the genre itself) is limited in its appeal. Melodies like this can seem transcendental and uplifting, and their repetition, especially in such an open and delicate sound, can intoxicate the mind into emotion, but I'd hesitate to call it great music. The first time you hear it, one thinks "Wow, I gotta hear that again," the second time "That's a nice song," and subsequent listens reveal less and less and lose their ability to uplift. At least in my opinion -- I often become infatuated with a song with a particularly delicate and inspiring melody, and after a week am left wondering why I liked the damn thing in the first place. There's just not quite enough depth, either lyrically or compositionally.

That said, the aesthetics are great, I'd probably smoke a bowl to this if I got high on a regular basis but otherwise it's just stuff that "sounds deep."

Man, you went right to the point. I do'nt really appreciate Nujabes as much as this particular song. I downloaded an album by him and It's great for hip hop beats, but none of them come close to the link I posted. Guess in rap instrumentals what matters is finding the right "god part of the song" (I took that from and old ANUS metal hall forum post!). Well, I agree with all you've said. Except I don't get tired so easily of this song,

The only thing I disagree: Songs like this are more easy to see why you like it. I like because it's an emotional piano sample repeated, and I like repetition. Now try explaining why you like burzum.

On another note, finding a good sound to repeat is good in hip hop, but so are good produced instrumentals "from scratch".

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