30 thoughts on ““Beholding the Daughters of the Firmament” Inspiration”

  1. vic snaggletooth says:

    Fascinating. Hail Varg.

  2. This man is an ILLUMINATI PUPPET and a SATANIST to boot, DO NOT LISTEN TO HIM, EDUCATE YOURSELVES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbaavGBF_oY

    1. C.M. says:

      Wow…!

      Okay, who the fuck is this? Sounds like the Strange Brew brothers if they smoked weed and read DMU.

    2. Flashback: The Quest for Identity says:

      Thank you for this video.

    3. Flashback: The Quest for Identity says:

      There is a lot of truth in this video…

      socialism = becoming jaded, life “too easy” = no direction = free time spent making “underground music” for money

      natural fluoridation of water = vikings with mercury poisoning = grown men wearing makeup (Emperor with their gimp suits)

      lack of sunlight = not too much to do in Norway = depression (judging by the “nature” of their music, Enslaved are NOT vikings in flesh or spirit)

      Using Darkthrone as an example, self-awareness turned them into “just a metal band” with a great marketing slant. Burzum lapsed into boredom/mediocrity on Filosofem, where the music became depressive and sentimental, sharing instrumental and composition traits with later emo/screamo/synthpop/new-wave/post-rock music – creating an easily relatable sound that the common person can get into more easily. The lyrics/imagery have also taken an obvious “sad guy” slant at that point, similar to most so called “gothic” music. Easy marketing towards depressed people by offering them indulgence (ear candy), where the only difference between Dunkelheit and a Clan of Xymox song is just the delivery (distortion and vocals), but not the message.

      Before that, the “sonic cathedral” and “meditative song construction” could be found in house music (pop music) at that time. Redressing populism/modernity with mixed results (tracks 1, 2 and 4 on HLTO are good) while claiming otherwise (allusions/delusions of it being neo-classical/classically informed). Not that any of this is bad in itself, but considering the psychology at play in regards to these bands and their releases, it’s easy to see through the synthetic nature/effect in much of it (fake satanism and later fake paganism = “I love my culture in a semi-maybe unintentionally-ironic metal way dude” cosplay).

  3. Anthony says:

    Spoiler Alert: The answer is Tolkien.

  4. wldklwkdl says:

    I love this song, it’s so simple yet complex (???)

  5. Roger says:

    “Varg’s latest bowel movement” Inspiration

    Varg Vikernes discussed the inspiration behind his latest fart in a recent Youtube video. Was Burzum inspired by ancient biblical cosmology or something else? Let’s find out!

    1. Spectral Nutritionist says:

      Haha, for real, he keeps going with that gay-ass segue — “Let’s find out!”

      No, nigga, we’re not about to ‘find out’. You’re going to tell us.

    2. Marc Defranco says:

      Haha Roger I’m sorry but you honestly just suck plain and simple.

      1. Roger says:

        Glad to be of service, shill.

    3. Rainer Weikusat says:

      That’s someone you apparently don’t like reciting a poem (written by Tolkien) he likes in a youtube video. Despite this is not a particularly good poem, I’ll take that over your life report from a public toilet any time.

          1. Roger says:

            What the actual fuck? Even your trolling makes no sense.

            1. Rainer Weikusat says:

              “You keep repeating someone else”

            2. Are you sure he is trolling?

  6. Roger says:

    Varg has turned into a paranoid, conspirary theory-riddled, maladjusted autist. Of course i dont ‘like’ him. I love his early music though.

    I’m just amused that dm.org has to blog about his every thought and deed.

    1. Pepe says:

      “a paranoid, conspirary theory-riddled, maladjusted autist.”

      We identify with him. Now gtfo normie scum.

      1. Roger says:

        Aren’t you on a hate list now, Frog?

        Anyway, it’s funny that someone who identifies with what she perceives as a nordic warrior-artist wants a dandy little safe space.

        1. Pepe says:

          You’re so dumb you didn’t even pick up on my self-deprication.

          1. Roger says:

            Saying that I failed to perceive something assumes that there was something there to be perceived in the first place.

            1. Pepe says:

              You’re not qualified to be giving anyone lessons in semantics. Go to bed child.

    2. Rainer Weikusat says:

      He has (as far as I can tell) always been “a paranoid conspiracy theorist”, cf


      I should stress that this [Burzum] was an experimental project that only took up some of my time, and I did other things in my life too (like prepare for partisan warfare in case of a US invasion of Norway… :-|).

      http://www.burzum.org/eng/library/a_burzum_story01.shtml

      if one wants the refer to his views on various things as “paranoid conspiracy theories” (I’m not expression an opinion on that. Read the texts and form your own).

      Nowadays, we have something like the “well-adjusted metalhead” – I saw a version of that yesterday, short-haired, bearded, corpulent, wore a Death shirt and looked like ‘some IT guy’ in his late 20s or early 30s – but generally, “maladjusted metalhead” is a pleonasm.

      As to the “autist”, you’ve – by now – made it abundantly clear that you have absolutely no idea what this means and that you’re just using that as medical name dropping in lieu of basketcase or fruitcake or any other term someone who considers himself ‘normal’ uses to refer to “people he believes to belong into a mental asylum”.

    3. Rainer Weikusat says:

      He has (as far as I can tell) always been “a paranoid conspiracy theorist”, cf


      I should stress that this [Burzum] was an experimental project that only took up some of my time, and I did other things in my life too (like prepare for partisan warfare in case of a US invasion of Norway… :-|).

      http://www.burzum.org/eng/library/a_burzum_story01.shtml

      if one wants the refer to his views on various things as “paranoid conspiracy theories” (I’m not expression an opinion on that. Read the texts and form your own).

      Nowadays, we have something like the “well-adjusted metalhead” – I saw a version of that yesterday, short-haired, bearded, corpulent, wore a Death shirt and looked like ‘some IT guy’ in his late 20s or early 30s – but generally, “maladjusted metalhead” is a pleonasm.

      As to the “autist”, you’ve – by now – made it abundantly clear that you have absolutely no idea what this means and that you’re just using that as medical name dropping in lieu of basketcase or fruitcake or any other term someone who considers himself ‘normal’ uses to refer to “people he believes to belong into a mental asylm”.

  7. Rainer Weikusat says:

    This seems to be eating comments I post …

    1. Hræsvelgr says:

      Wow! The Internet has finally achieved intelligence!

      1. Rainer Weikusat says:

        I sincerely hope you’re capable of more complex behaviour than WordPress despite the “just like me” compliment you just paid to it.

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