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Alternative calendars and the day of rest

Started this discussion. Last reply by Darren Cohen Mar 21, 2011. 14 Replies

The most popular is roman calendar that is used in most of the countries, but it's also a religious calendar because of biblical seven days.In my country we have different names for months -> …Continue

Tags: revolution, calendar, French, alternative, day

Harmful to science

Started Feb 22, 2011 0 Replies've seen this just now on google adds and I thought to my self, ok there is spirituality and then there is raping…Continue

Tags: cult, scam, science, jumping, quantum

Will Egypt repeat history by appointing a new 'Robespierre'?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gregor Basić Feb 13, 2011. 8 Replies

As Mubarak finally stepped down in Egypt there is a clear void in goverment, just like in the French Revolution. But as we all know in French Revolution a man called Robespierre came to power and the…Continue

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Strange albums for Anne

Posted on April 20, 2011 at 5:57pm 1 Comment

This is a list of albums, music scores and so on

Also I will point out one song from the album, but in some cases this song will be much different then the rest of the album so beware. The reason for this is that some of this albums are rather complex, so every song is different.

Also, most of this sounds horrible at first hearing, but after like ten times it finally sinks under the skin.

p.s. The reason why it took me so long to write this list is because, if I start to…


Dark and unordinary films II: now with animation!

Posted on April 17, 2011 at 6:30am 4 Comments

In my first list I was avoiding films labeled as horrors, but this time I will put such films only because I consider that they have a deeper meaning. Some of this films only have some dark scenes but are not overall dark. And also I consider existential horror to be very dark.

waiting for godot 2001

Ikiru (to live) 1952

eraserhead 1977, the grandmother 1970, the elephant man 1980

Mary and Max 2009 and anything else from Adam Elliot (clay-animated films!)…


Dark and unordinary films

Posted on April 15, 2011 at 7:30pm 23 Comments

I've watched a lot of films and I've noticed that there are sometimes film that you just can't put your finger on them, all you can say is that they are dark in atmosphere, unordinary, unhollywoodlike...

No particular order:

The Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey 1988

Tenshi no Tamago (Angel's egg) 1985

La Cité des enfants perdus (City of lost children) 1995

Tideland 2005

Paperhouse 1988

The fall 2006

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover…


Friday and Winning

Posted on April 10, 2011 at 7:32am 1 Comment

Don't you ever get that strange feeling that worlds have suddenly changed their meaning like Winning (because of Sheen) and Friday (because of R. Black).

I mean, this are common words, but when ever someone utters them I get this horrifying flashback of how you are minding your own business and the stupidity just forces it's way in, and then you become a part of this great carnival of stupidity we call popular culture. You just feel unclean like you are still a toddler with…


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At 10:20pm on April 20, 2011, Anne said…

Oh yes! I shall go look now... I have enjoyed what you have already posted and am working my way through that list.

(Wherever did that comment go? I am glad that it reached me via email since it disappeared from the comment section.)

Thank you for your kindness. I am glad you enjoyed the small selection I posted. I have some of them now on my playlist. Richard Moult just released a new cd. I had made a video clip of it (containing his artwork) some time ago.

At 12:58am on April 18, 2011, Anne said…
Thank you for the list... I will have to watch all of the clips you have kindly shared in due time. Why should I be disappointed with your list of books? Disappointment would indicate a presumption on my part and I presume nothing...  I just enjoy life unfolding in all of its fantastical mysteriousness. Each person is a new world to discover.
At 1:58am on April 17, 2011, Anne said…

A few of my favorite things...


J.S. Bach – cellist Mstislav Rostopovich

Cello-Suiten  (1994)



John Cage – pianist Margaret Leng Tan

Daughters of the Lonesome Isle (1993)

New Albion NA070CD


Henryk Mikołaj Górecki – soprano Dawn Upshaw

Symphony  No.3  “Symphony of Sorrowful Songs”

Opus 36 (1976)

Elektra Nonesuch 79282-2


Georges Gurdjieff, Thomas de Hartmann – pianist Vassilis  Tsabropoulos,  cellist Anja Lechner

Chants, Hymns and Dances (2004)



Valentin Silvestrov – cellist Anja Lechner, pianist Silke Avenhaus

Leggiero,pesante (2002)



Richard Moult


Dala Horse Label

Ethe (2010)

Deadstlackstring Label


Far Black Furlong



The Unreleased Themes for Hellraiser

Solar Lodge Records /Torso CD161


Michael Nyman

Peter Greenaway’s Drowning by Numbers (1988)

Virgin Records – Carol 1646-2


Zbigniew Preisner – Great Orchestra of Katowice, Philharmonic Choir of Silesia

Krzysztof Kieslowski’s La double vie de Véronique (1991)

Sideral SID001


I no longer have the extensive collection that I did at one time but I will surely think of some others.


What about you?

At 8:36pm on April 16, 2011, Anne said…
I'm looking forward to that list. What about books?
At 9:38am on April 16, 2011, Anne said…
Thank you most kindly. Yes... music! I will have to think about that and let you know. Art (including GOOD films) and music are such wonderful landscapes in which to wander the depths of our humanity. I look forward to discovering new vistas each day.
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At 6:29pm on February 15, 2011, Hope said…

Thanks for the compliment! :)

At 8:50am on February 14, 2011, Reggie said…
Thanks for the add!
At 9:59am on February 7, 2011, Mo Trauen said…
OH, MY, DOG!  The Pope declared that monster to be a martyr!  I didn't know that.  Wow.  I am stunned.  I thought I was beyond surprise when it came to the monstrous actions of the religious, but you surprised me.   Or, rather, the Pope did.  The religious have no shame.
At 7:15pm on February 4, 2011, Mo Trauen said…

Well, this won't make you feel any better, but it might help put the actions of the idiotic leaders of the U.S. in perspective:


Like I said, every country has its shameful secrets and inhabitants.  The good thing is that every country also has people who are very different from those shameful ones.


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