posted on Oct, 6 2012 @ 03:26 PM
Maynard James Keenan: These Are The "End of Days"
Anyone who may be a fan, such as I, of Maynard and practically everything he does and/or creates here at ATS I thought would be interested in reading
this, especially considering the subject matter. Recently, MJK has been given his own bi-monthly blog in the Phoenix New Times. This above link is his
first entry, dated September 10th, and with his tongue firmly planted in his cheek, Maynard offers his discombobulated musings on the End of Days, and
the fact that we are indeed living in them. Anybody familiar with his brand of humor will not be surprised but rather treated with a familiar sight. A
These are in fact the "End Of Days" and people need to know about it As Soon As Possible! Obviously the only rational thing to do is to clear out
all of your bank accounts and send me a cashier's check for the full amount. These funds will assist in further delivering this message to the rest of
I have always enjoyed his urging of his fans and followers to not hang on his every word, but instead to use their God given mind and think for
themselves - and of course act accordingly. Many are unwilling or unable to accept this and forever torment him (and the rest of us) with their
obsessive behavior, trying to decipher every morsel of genius the man offers to us. Taking his words as literal instead of recognizing the underlying
meaning is always dangerous when dealing with Maynard. As he has sang, "Overthinking, overanalyzing, separates the body from the mind." It is somewhat
short, but short and sweet (and a bit flummoxed, for the uninitiated, at least) and anyone who enjoys his work I believe will enjoy what he has to say
here - no matter the length.
Here is his 2nd blog posting, dated September 24. I haven't read this one yet but am about to after posting this thread. The title?
Maynard James Keenan: Rochambeau Myself
I think this is definitely in the wrong forum, hopefully a Mod can help me out. Much apologies.
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