Strangers creeping in structures. My consciousness begins in a dreamlike state, though I am vaguely aware of it. I am in an auditorium or a coliseum which I have been in before. I am meeting friends here, and we are getting something to eat. I evidently have arrived first and I wait by a table … Continue reading Dreams of: ii
I pray that your holy land, England, escapes the profane, the wild German boar and the Italian hyena. Island of Shakespeare, may your children save you and your glorious shadows. At the farthest reaches of the seas I summon them and they come From the innumerable past, With tall miters and iron crowns, With Bibles, … Continue reading A cierta sombra by Jorges Luis Borges
What I did on Sunday - Sunday was a day that was very sunny and I went for a walk with Dad and Mum. Mum put on a beige dress with a bone-coloured cardigan, and Dad wore a blue Raf jumper and grey pants and a white shirt, unbuttoned. I put on a crew neck sweater, … Continue reading Redacción by Quim Monzó
Broden is a prolific actor. Momentory reflection and deep personifications, open eyes and fasts gaze, darting around the space of plays. Back in the place where grown men meet, the gaze is lost, a game now over, ahem! Back again another brave actor; resting now are all creators. Sleeping stories brewing well in sleep, all boys and girls dream in wells.
Always take ones’ shoes off at events with grass and seats, where long lasting stays are a plausible feat. Plaster them down in form, strong positions, and move the spine round in all ways and rythems.
Drugs: ketamine, nicotine, cocaine, alcohol, caffeine…. marajuana.
Party: play pens, views from above, lobster systems and the firing range, strangers with styles, friends with new traits, messy backyard, destructive behaviours, standard escape and an air of creativity.
…An emotional stew of contemplation.
The Holy Mountain(1973) is the brain child of Alexandro Jodorowsky who wrote, directed, produced , co-scored, co-edited and stared within the film. Jodorowsky gained acclaim after his previous film El Topo gained the attention of John Lennon and Yoko Ono who put up the money for the production of The Holy Mountain. The film itself delves deep into the world of symbolic mysticism, the occult, magic and its relation to modern culture. Due to the heavy use of symbolic imagery and metaphors it is easy to apply Jungian archetypes into the mix as well. Throughout this essay we will be focusing mainly around the character known as the Thief and the archetypal structures that the character represents. Both in how the archetypes are at play in the film but also the larger representation and expression of the functions of the archetypes. Finally the connections between Jungian archetypes and their…
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Why was I all alone? Must be the way I smile at the imps. Though perhaps it could be my false tooth, split hair and the large dose of ketamine running through my bloodstream - nonetheless I felt stronger in my heart and arms than ever. Though where I am now ketamine seems to be … Continue reading WAGON
Goliath's legs were rotting and their axes cut easily into the flesh. The climb up his corpse was dangerous, but not one man was lost. David and Jonathan lead the score of troops, with hempen ropes connecting them to each other. As they traversed up the leg, they only encountered a lone Philistine who slept … Continue reading The Book of Iue