Eihwaz

The yew is a tree with rough bark,
hard and fast in the earth, supported by its roots,
a guardian of flame and a joy upon an estate.

The Atomic Kurukshetra

Caution! Not the Overman as a Singular Man or over-Man, but: the Over Without a 'man' --> here all Truth and all Futurity of Will to Power. Over-Caution! Not beyond Good and Evil, but: Beyond the beyond and Upward [↑] Beyond all forms, and no forms --> here the Over-Revaluation of all values as the Greatest Destruction (first of all!) of all of 'the revaluations of all values' right up to Nothing/Shunya to Power [ϟ] Shunya-Revolution [↑]>

O. Consciousness is Primary.

I Am. Consciousness is primary. The only truth: Chaos; the singularity, the point; the Black Sun from which all arises and returns.

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Codex Trapezoedicus

Ordenbuch of the Order of the Trapezoid.

"Within these pages you will find information that is essential to every Knight of the Trapezoid. This will help the Codex to better define who we are and what we are. It is not a manual for how to act or live, but it has information that should make you think and hopefully the thinking will cause changes to occur. Use it well and if we are all lucky you will be inspired to add to the legacy."

Totenkopf Werk: Die Electrischen Vorspiele

BLODARV Frontman Discusses Satanism And Black Metal In Book On Danish Subculture - Oct. 1, 2010

Hugin, frontman and founder of the Danish black metal band BLODARV, is featured in a book on Danish subculture by Peter Grønulnd, the author of "Sub-Land" (Gyldendal, 2005) and "Eurotrash" (Bogkompagniet, 2009). Due to be published on October 2 by Bogkompagniet, "Subkultur - Undergrund og Modkultur" explores themes such as black metal and satanism, the goth and psychobilly movements and hooliganism and anarchism through a series of essays and interviews with central figures from the various subcultures who discuss their respective values, attitudes and styles.

- http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article...

Early Black Sabbath Interview Posted Online

Early Black Sabbath Interview Posted Online was a top story. Here it is again: The Metal Den has posted a snippet of a rare audio interview featuring Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath.
The interview is believed to be taped sometime in 1976 with L.A. radio station KMET. The program is called Innerview and the host is Jim Ladd, who began his radio career in 1969 at KNAC. After two years, he went on to Los Angeles station KLOS. In 1974, Ladd moved to KMET, known as "The Mighty Met", where he stayed for the rest of the 70s and most of the 80s, while also hosting and producing Innerview, an hour-long nationally syndicated interview program that aired during the same period.

In the clip, the listener will be treated to Butler opening up about his "strict Catholic" upbringing and early fascination with "Satanism". - http://themetalden.com/index.php?p=15280

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