posted on May, 21 2010 @ 04:32 PM
Cool, sir. I was lurking here only for 5 minutes. I´m a very public figure. Here´s the ample proof.
In the most earthbound realm of high-profile video poetry, I heavily continue to appear low-key, combining a dark spiritual stance with a supremacist
light agenda, which should not be taken flippantly.
The freak show has just become a little weirder, less monotonous, and the rides a good deal scarier, a lot bigger – all in Chanting Evil Over
Mourning Good ( M I X I I ), a sophomore compilation volume encouraging a dignified, predatory image of mine to somehow stand out during my slow
2004-2005 A.D. family effort of relocating to Canada from the very inspiring hardcore of imparadised Nicaragua. So, the appropriately ordered title
for my chaotic pseudo doctrines of questioning orthodoxy, ignoring convention, ridiculing hypocrisy, highlighting self-rule while uncompromisingly
pursuing individuality and gradually recognizing the bestial nature of the human animal cuts into the quick.
Unfairly, I might even be accused of reveling heretically in an outrageous evil-clown persona that obsessively centers on the role of multicultural
villain as a delicate balancing act. In this relatively predominant sense of conspiracy, there is a growing theory that the carnival of tragedy is due
back in town.
Chanting Evil Over Mourning Good ( M I X I I ) is not some obscure underground worship of Evil, but a super creed of Good ablaze where multicultural
taboos are well tested by a bizarre beast whose to-be-codified movement is sustained by a web of conflicting values and concepts that misjudge the
limits and nothing is unspeakable.
At least, this is the most unusual literary experiment of a bold anti-spiritual religion; a libertine love of life, garbed in the symbols of
ever-present death and fear; a cynical romanticism put to use or practice, if nothing else but smug pomposity with its thin disguise of tolerance
served forevermore, whether incisive or insane.
Just remember : “ Things are not always what they seem. ”
2004 - 2005
The sinful margin-culture luminary of the erotic dark