Wise Why's Y's

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“A storm, like a nation, has an indefinable abstract existence. Men speak of England when they mean neither its land nor its government nor its people, but merely some symbolic centuries-old ideal. And more, when men think thus, tears come to their eyes, and they march with high hearts to battle. So also in every storm exists a something which meteorologists cumbersomely name ‘a center of low pressure.’ This is neither air, nor cloud, nor wind, nor rain — yet, as with a nation, this mere abstraction represents the continuing reality of a storm.”

— George R. Stewart, Storm (1941), Fifth Day (via homilius)

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metalfuckingheads:

Abbath (Immortal)

the fucking king.

metalfuckingheads:

Abbath (Immortal)

the fucking king.

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musician-photos:

Sun Ra

repeats itself repeats itself they say history repeats itself history   is only his story             you haven’t heardmy story                           yet

musician-photos:

Sun Ra

repeats itself repeats itself they say history repeats itself 
history   is only his story             you haven’t heard
my story                           yet

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massfilm:

Fallen Angels (1995) Dir. War Kai Wong

massfilm:

Fallen Angels (1995) Dir. War Kai Wong

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“The intoxication of the irrational and the vocation of rapture turn a lucid mind away from the absurd. To Chestov reason is useless but there is something beyond reason. To an absurd mind reason is useless and there is nothing beyond reason.”

— Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus and other essays - Pg. 35

“Man returns to a cave dwelling, which is now, however, contaminated with the pestilential breath of civilisation, and which he continues to occupy only precariously, it being for him an alien habitation which can be withdrawn from him any day – a place from which, if he does not pay, he can be thrown out any day. For this mortuary he has to pay.”

Marx, Karl, Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844, ‘Human Requirements and Division of Labour Under the Rule of Private Property’, ||XIV| (7)

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afrikanspaceprogram:

This all i gotta say about Sun Ra masters floating around

afrikanspaceprogram:

This all i gotta say about Sun Ra masters floating around

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