Sunday, October 4, 2009

Aesop Rock - Zodiaccupuncture

NASA, my horoscope is illing right now.

March. The more the merrier. Get a couple of whores to carry you to the burial. F-R-E-S-H. Fresh to death and keep it def to the left. Well it was Capricorn, Virgo, Aquarius, Cancer, Leo, Sagittarius, Pisces, Libra, Scorpio, Aries, Gemini, Taurus, Let 'em die for it.

Delicate freak show alert the frame. Bash all flags where the mag spin park. Corroded by the volts that jolt the cold vein. Boogie down kits to slip past the guard. Def with a mascotte of radical mass. Megaphone fuzz and a woofer on fritz. We are not trained to divert the crash. But march face first with a prayer for the blitz. Stand up for the cinema fire, simian ire, cold shmmy for the cinnamon sky; intimate eyes loop all known alleys. Scoop the bounty like daddy hires Bazooka to murder Ralphie. I curdle with burnt milk, pariah sigh, honor piranha money. Count it with the knuckle that hustle bread out a copper's tummy. One of these rebels could level the marked city but the N.Y. über alles governor's picky. I'll be the jenky Jesus for the species you bleed with. Ultra. Soldier poach the folklore. Jump guns through the 9th gate. Jump guns like a noon 6 burner lit up on the 9th pace. Even set among a portion conformed to the blind stage, never lured by the formal watching imported wines age. We bow to the gusto mustered by the mecha-bot. Plowed by the public, ushered out the letterbox. Wowed by the subject punctured by the helicop. Boy meets vermin: the widescreen version.
Headaches, nausea, vomiting, facial paralysis. These area a few of my favorite venomous side effects. Mamba, Water Moc, Pit Viper, Diamond Back, Anaconda, Boom Slang, Cobra, bite 'em back. Spinal tap crabs to the clapper. Aesop Rock is the Cadillac of natural disaster. Push that button. Everybody gotta push something. That's why the envelope is where it wasn't. I work with the builders, widdle my gorilla military and fizzle 'em through the vigilante filters. Who lamps left of the toggle? How'd they fit that ninja in a bottle? A hundred million motherfuckers with they hands out vs. a walking zipper bomb trying to keep the man down.

Get up. Get down. Sit up. Sit down. It's either fancy footwork or get bit by the hounds. Face up. Face down. Laced up. Laced down. It's either fist to the sky or get bit by the crowd. Well it was Capricorn, Virgo, Aquarius, Cancer, Leo, Sagittarius, Pisces, Libra, Scorpio, Aries, Gemini, Taurus, Let 'em die for it.

I was chewing my tongue out of my mouth one day when the blood in my beard hit the dirt by the blazers. Would have said 'curb it' like any nervous habit 'til maverick told me the coyote pack could smell the wound for acres, and labor to cater fang to fisherman gut fritters, oblivious to the glimmer of innocent duck feathers. Fuck it. Want a carnivore war bet? I'll be at the Bronx Zoo with a lock pick kit. On the eject for cockpit bench, helicop clip Nazi cops on kamikaze belly flop shit. Roger. Hop-fence-kill-a-crop monster. We are the tired and poor, we come for your water. Boom. That's when the church corrupt. When the mayor knuckle dust city worker bugs. When the stars finger babies like I flirt with sluts. You'll see the fire engine red fox ears perk up. Metal kettle unsettling treble howl, settler trembling, measuring mellow on the levitate off the mezzanine. Never seen a ton of bricks dressing clean/dapper 'til it's pin stripe and skull chunk 40 stories after. And U.S.A. on a Ketamine disaster. Cane for stress. Crack if the former left you unimpressed. Now pardon me if part of me heart of an oddball, but damn. Kumba-fucking-ya dog. Terminally alienated and bent awkward by the bought, prepped package of the slickest spin-doctors. Raised where the paranoid hide tools proper, like suspicious cargo in a high school locker. And it looks like war, quacks like war, so it's Occam's Razor and I'm Swayze out the door! A hundred million motherfuckers hold me back. Now hand cannons won't ask 'bout your zodiac, boy.

Get up. Get down. Sit up. Sit down. It's either fancy footwork or get bit by the hounds. Face up. Face down. Laced up. Laced down. It's either fist to the sky or get bit by the crowd. Well it was Capricorn, Virgo, Aquarius, Cancer, Leo, Sagittarius, Pisces, Libra, Scorpio, Aries, Gemini, Taurus, Let 'em die for it.

Isms, Archy's, Acy's and....

GOD WASTE! Clean up after your God!

Thursday, October 1, 2009

William Henry interview - Lost Symbols

Investigative mythologist and author William Henry talked about the significance of the art and symbols in the U.S. Capitol. The Capitol was thought of as a recreation of Solomon's Temple by its builders, Freemasons, who conceived of the building as a "beehive" buzzing with energy, he said. Higher wisdom flows through the Capitol's spiritual imagery, particularly in the painting, The Apotheosis of Washington (see images below), which is featured in the dome of the Rotunda, he shared, adding that the dome of the Capitol is a mirror image of the one in the Vatican. The painting depicts the first President as a deified being along with five pagan gods who are symbols for alchemy. He noted that a scene in Dan Brown's new bestseller, The Lost Symbol, features a character staring up into the Capitol dome and seeing the painting transform into a gateway. This imagery shares similarities to Henry's work into stargates or portals, which he believes humans can ascend to higher consciousness. The bell-shaped Capitol Dome could be thought of as a kind of stupa that creates a vortex or field of energy, he continued. Interestingly, Henry detailed that the Capitol contains a "crypt", one story beneath the Rotunda. It has 40 columns and was modeled after the ancient Temple of Poseidon-- this was a way for the United States to pay homage to Atlantis, he commented.

Cio D'Or & Donato Dozzy VJ Heiligenblut - Menta - Green Green Spleen - 2009 - Time To Express

Cio D'Or & Donato Dozzy VJ Heiligenblut - Menta - Green Green Spleen - 2009 - Time To Express
The color Green!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

PJTV: The Power & Danger of Iconography

PJTV: The Power & Danger of Iconography

From a republican reality tunnel but great symbolism job nonetheless. (If you filter out the crazy republican bs of course...)

'The Resistance' bigger than Beatles in Belgium

Muse's latest album 'The Resistance' jumped to number 1 in Belgium out of nowhere and sold over 4 times as much copies of their new album as did the Beatles of their latest box set, despite the Beatles enormous and before unseen marketing campaign. Excerpt from article:

Crazy Genius
Singer Matt Bellamy is together with psychologist Gaia Polloni, and next to being her partner he's also an interesting study case. The singer claims he receives visits at home - a villa once belonging to the 19th century composer Bellini - from Chopin and that he's greatful for his entire lifeline to the visions he received from entheogenic mushrooms as a twentier.

Next to this Bellamy is an "fervant adherer to conspiracy theories". 'Unnatural Selection' is about the theory that the royal family of England descends from alien reptilians and at home he has a closet with 50 cans of beans and an axe. "I read somewhere that when they shut off England from the world, there's be no more food after a week. Those beans are for the hunger. The axe is for when I want to break the blockade." Source: HLN Belgium

The partly image from the article is a zoom of drummer Dominic Howard's t-shirt of a skeleton carrying the burden of an inverted Illuminati Pyramid.

Muse also had a great performance on the VMA's as the cameras went across the street to where they were performing. Matt Bellamy has said he wants to write the next James Bond song too. So here's the plan to wake people up musically, get insanely popular and later, then really start talking about stuff that matters, it's a lot harder to be censored when you're this big.

They were number one in 16 countries in total btw.

More Muse News:
Oh this is GOLDEN: Muse singer Matt Bellamy swaps places with drummer on Italian TV

The lead singer and drummer of rock band Muse switched places for a performance on Italian television, after being told to mime.

If the presenter noticed the (muse) ruse she did not let on – the band left the stage with the studio and television audience apparently unaware that they had been duped.

This was not the first time the band have sabotaged (? :p) their own television performances after being told they must mime rather than play live. In 2001 Howard and bass player Chris Wolstenholme swapped instruments for an appearance on BBC children's television show Live & Kicking.

Muse are known for their theatrical and energetic stage shows and have been acclaimed as one of Britain's finest live bands.

(Also check out Nirvana - Smells like Teen Spirit 'live' on Top of the Pops)

Muse Discuss The Resistance, Their 'Very Personal' New Album

"I think it's quite a departure from what we've done in the past," drummer Dominic Howard said. "There's lots of different styles of music that we tried out. There's different styles of music that we feel like we've never come across before. And, well ... we've got a big symphony on there. It's a three-part symphony right at the end of the album, which is this very kind of, like, ambitious, very orchestral huge piece of music which is a pretty hard task to take on, but ended up sounding great."

Howard was speaking of "Exogenesis," which is, indeed, a three-part symphony complete with an "Overture," a second act called "Cross-Pollination" and a finale called "Redemption." With swelling, dramatic strings and classical piano runs worthy of Chopin or Rachmaninoff, operatic vocals and searching lyrics about escaping the bounds of earthly gravity, the songs are indeed beyond ambitious, which is nothing new for a group of guys who have been forthright about their desire to conquer the globe with their Cinemascope sound.

"I think the structure of the album has a mild, loose narrative ... which is something different to what we've done before," frontman Matthew Bellamy explained. "I wouldn't say it's a pure concept album, but it's definitely got a few themes which go throughout. Themes like revolution, uprising, wanting political change, constitutional reform ... as well as a sort-of, kind-of love story developing in the midst of all that."

Bellamy said the album is a kind of musical companion to "1984," the classic George Orwell novel about a lone man's rebellion against a controlling totalitarian government. But, despite those far-reaching, worldly themes, Howard said that at its heart, The Resistance, which was produced by the band, is really a personal statement. "We did a song called 'Undisclosed Desires,' which is very kind of programmed and much more electronic-sounding than anything we've ever done before," he said. "And we produced it all by ourselves as well, so I think for that it sounded very, very personal and also gave us a chance to feel very comfortable to experiment with all these ideas and ... you know, somehow we finished it."

And now for something lighter...

The VMA's 2009 during the Michael Jackson tribute in the opening of the show. The song is "Smooth Criminal".

Annie are you ok? Are you ok? Are you ok Annie?
Annie are you ok? Are you ok? Are you ok Annie?
Annie are you ok? Are you ok? Are you ok Annie?

Kanye West: "Annie, you're ok, but Beyonce is the best of ALL TIME!"