dans le labyrinthe de l’Acéphale

Rites of passage for our Minotauric times. Meeting the extreme and the unity of the opposites.


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Squander, ‘irrational’ expense, is a luxury interwoven with states far from equilibrium and is a sure token of Grandeur. Necessary and sufficient condition while also the very nature of historical war, historical sovereignty, gastronomic eccentricities and extreme erotism. This is partially the content of immolator’s plea and also a quite enlightening perspective on the Moai statues on the island of Rapa Nui, the ritual worship of Tangata Matu,the fertile womb to give birth to Minotaur.

Visions of excess nurtured at all costs and for no ‘obvious’ and ‘simple’ cause. No ‘economical management’ in the try to ‘feel’ [or probably even to experience anew] and serve the Grandeur, which lies beyond man to remain out of reach irrevocably within the boundaries of humanness.

We now live in ‘small times’ deprived of any ‘un-orthological’ operations of this nature. Pseudo-ethological issues and a restricting way of ‘right’ thinking asphyxiated any strive to ‘reach’ Superhuman and any possible transcendental experience. The Minotaur mythos intensionally misrepresented and oppressed serves as a great starting point, an ark of knowledge and symbols.


Written by dmtls

1 September, 2008 at 10:17 am

Posted in mythos, philosophy

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  1. Good luck with your new blog, I’ll be sure to follow it as I’ve always enjoyed your previous blog immensely! I’ve reciprocated by putting a link to your blog in my blog roll.


    1 September, 2008 at 8:10 pm

  2. However, I don’t agree with your view that “We now live in ’small times’ deprived of any ‘un-orthological’ operations of this nature.”.

    I think there are many wasteful, excessive practices in contemporary society – one of the purposes of the Documents blog is documenting these.


    1 September, 2008 at 8:14 pm

  3. Thank you very much my friend for you support!

    As for your second comment you are absolutely right in what you think. I do also know that there are many excessive practices in our contemporary society [and I am thrilled to discover more and more], you document these in Documents, this is what I also partially did in Merzbau. This will be one of the main focuses of this blog. The fact though is that most of the people are unaware and kept away from them.
    Demented, pervert, extravagant, ‘abnormal’ rituals of every nature take place in obscure places close [extremely close some times] to where everyday life evolves. What needs to be done is to have our eyes peeled and our senses vigilant to catch the ‘derailed’ path.


    2 September, 2008 at 10:55 am

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