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 Anonymous
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23/09/2011 12:01 am  

Fee foo fumm
I fucked her across the room
TODAY!!
Her pousy was smelling bad...rancid...like acid!

man!

Never smelled this bad before!

WHY? she showered today
and dont have monthlies...not now...or should i know?

my arms reek my fingers itch
they still smell you eval bitch
of yo cunt yo cunt yo cunt

why is it you smelled so bad today?
like the smell of decay?

still....I lic ked you out
again and again
my tongue couldnt get enough of#

YOU

but still:
my fingers stink
my arms smell
everything smells bad about you
buti love you
i love you
love you

I'll still lick your
butthole out
your
pussy out
ill not waste a drop of your juices
juices
juices

N E V E R

you are you

just as you are

and i love you
(reptititive i know no no no no no no.......................)

...............
no
...............

YES
always

IN
YOU
IN YOUR MOUTH
4EVER AND EVER

a

men

re


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Shiva
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23/09/2011 2:08 am  
"Jesus" wrote:
Fee foo fumm ... et cetera

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Your examination consists of:

(1) Performing a Qabalistic Anal-lysis of this post (above).

(2) Perform a Psycho-anal-ytic Anal-lysis of "Jesus," the Messenger from The Human Dildo in Wonderland.


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amadan-De
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23/09/2011 1:31 pm  

Answers:
1)Through use of enough time and ingenuity the above doggerel will be capable of being shown to Qabalistically reflect any proposition one wishes.
2)About as f*ck*d up as the average so-called-civilised 'Western' individual though expressing this in their own unique fashion of course.

Question: If the above 'verse' were to be roughly scrawled in pencil with crossing-outs and scribbled corrections as an abandoned 'work in progress' in the margins of a Diary kept by one Mr Crowley would it still seem as moronic or be a valuable historical insight?


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Michael Staley
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23/09/2011 1:34 pm  
"amadan-De" wrote:
Question: If the above 'verse' were to be roughly scrawled in pencil with crossing-outs and scribbled corrections as an abandoned 'work in progress' in the margins of a Diary kept by one Mr Crowley would it still seem as moronic or be a valuable historical insight?

The former.


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 Anonymous
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23/09/2011 2:15 pm  

Oh Jesus, you never cease to crack me up, sir.


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amadan-De
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23/09/2011 3:24 pm  
"MichaelStaley" wrote:
"amadan-De" wrote:
Question: If the above 'verse' were to be roughly scrawled in pencil with crossing-outs and scribbled corrections as an abandoned 'work in progress' in the margins of a Diary kept by one Mr Crowley would it still seem as moronic or be a valuable historical insight?

The former.

Sure it's not both?
Perhaps grouped with "Leah Sublime"?


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Michael Staley
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23/09/2011 3:33 pm  
"amadan-De" wrote:
Sure it's not both?
Perhaps grouped with "Leah Sublime"?

I saw where you were going when I responded. I don't care for 'Leah Sublime'; could express my opinion more strongly, but I see that ladies are present.

Best,

Mickey the Monkey.


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Azidonis
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23/09/2011 6:22 pm  

What an introduction, fully devoid of substance.

If you would care to share your meaning or intention behind such prose, perhaps some substance could be declared. As it was presented, I agree with Shiva, graffiti for the sake of it.

Leah Sublime, like it or not, was on a completely different level, if one but understands the point of view Crowley was writing from.

So tell us, one whose name should not even be allowed on these boards (in my own opinion, of course), from what point of view did you approach the writing of your prose? And who taught you how to write poetry, anyway? They should be fed to the wolves.


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alysa
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23/09/2011 6:52 pm  

Why should not the name of "Jesus" be allowed on this forum, in the Latino speaking world there are lot's of people naming "Jesus"!


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 Anonymous
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23/09/2011 7:22 pm  
"Azidonis" wrote:
So tell us, one whose name should not even be allowed on these boards (in my own opinion, of course), from what point of view did you approach the writing of your prose? And who taught you how to write poetry, anyway? They should be fed to the wolves.

"My Father what the people make of it" 😈

1) I was zonked out on vodka
2) fucked me girlfriend
3) though her pussy had an evil smell, like never before
4) when through with her in the above manner I google 'crowley forum'
5) and bingo 💡
6) I wanted to share my experience of loving kindness to my girlfriend
7) the rest is owned to alcoholic zonked-out-ness 😉

No kabbalistic or crowley poem was intended. It's just what it is. In all its beauty.


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michaelclarke18
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23/09/2011 7:47 pm  

Thank you Jesus, but please keep your trite rubbish to yourself in future.


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Markus
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23/09/2011 7:49 pm  
"alysa" wrote:
Why should not the name of "Jesus" be allowed on this forum, in the Latino speaking world there are lot's of people naming "Jesus"!

I agree, but there's more to it than that. Firstly, AC had no problem with Jesus, he objected predominantly to the institution of the Church, and understandably so. Secondly, as Christ Jesus is simply a Tiphareth-deity. AC himself questioned why it shouldn't be perfectly acceptable to invoke the Nazarene. The fact that people will invoke every deity from Anubis to Zeus, but not the Nazarene is evidence for the fact that Christianity still holds its sway over such people.

Christianity was a major driving force of the Aeon of Osiris, and as such played a necessary and valuable role in mankind's developement. But that is now history, which is why I believe it to be unnecessary to harbour emotions, be they positive or negative, towards the Nazarene. It's time to leave Christianity behind, that's all.

So, if somebody wants to use the name "Jesus" that's fine by me. It doesn't excuse the fellow from being a plonker though.

Markus


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amadan-De
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23/09/2011 9:12 pm  
"Azidonis" wrote:
Leah Sublime, like it or not, was on a completely different level, if one but understands the point of view Crowley was writing from.

LOL - worthy of Lenny Bruce at his best.
What, you weren't being ironic?

As far as the name Jesus not being allowed here.....Map/Territory much?
As Markus quite rightly points out even Uncle Al could distinguish between the named individual (divine or otherwise) and the actions of those claiming to act in his name. Some "Christians" are horrible others are fine, none are Jesus Christ.

As The The succinctly put it:
"But if you think that Jesus Christ is coming
Honey you've got another thing coming
If he ever finds out who's hi-jacked his name
He'll cut out his heart and turn in his grave."


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lashtal
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23/09/2011 10:06 pm  

Locked.

Account closed. Inevitably.

Owner and Editor
LAShTAL


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