Archive for November, 2010

Restless

Posted in Writings with tags , , , , , , , on November 30, 2010 by Eyeless

I have tried to see so many times…
but These eyes are too grey and too blind,
Head too confused to realize
The illusions that lie behind
Nothing but a shadowed memory,
Still alive with yours…

I can never seem to forget
The Point of this life crushed (beneath)
Darkened skies for your departure
The funeral burned my heart to ash
And suddenly,
I can never seem to forget…

The Basics of the Thought Form

Posted in Thoughts and rants with tags , , , , , , , , , , on November 28, 2010 by Eyeless

Would one be surprised, when discovering that thoughts generate vibrations in the mental body of the aura? (brief explanation needed: what is an aura?) Everything has an aura; aura is the radiating energy that surrounds everything, and everyone has an individual aura. The mental body of the aura is consistent of four layers: the Etheric, the Astral, the Mental and the Spiritual body, and these extend from the physical body (consistent of the three layers solid, liquid and gas). Everything but the physical body is considered unseen to the untrained eye.

A thought form is different from the normal, everyday-thoughts. These kind of thoughts lack the structure of the thought form, which in contrary, are intentionally created -or “programmed”- by the strong will of a “sender” (in other words, the creator of the thought) in order to carry out a specific task.  The attitude, personality and appearance of the thought form is completely dependent on the sender and his/her wishes. It is therefore extremely important to be calm and loving in mind whilst creating a thought form;  it can become very dangerous if created with negative energies.

“Greed for alcohol” according to Annie Besant, author of Thought Forms (1901).

Thought forms can be directed toward anyone (say, if the thought form’s task is to protect a loved one from harm), but to be effective they must latch onto a similar vibration in the other person’s aura. If they are unable to do so, they can bounce back on the sender. Therefore, if directing evil toward another person one runs the risk of having it returned. This is why a positive state of mind and setting a task of good will is so important when creating thought forms.

It has been said that when thought-forms are forcibly produced they could leave images on photographic film. Such is the power of the human thought.

This world is no world

Posted in Writings with tags , , , , , , on November 23, 2010 by Eyeless

Image from Valhalla Rising (2009).

Life does not last

Friendship does not count

The tongue of knives

is speaking for itself

Every man for himself

I am on my own

This world is no world

I sever my own head

Words of Grey

Posted in Writings with tags , , , , , on November 12, 2010 by Eyeless

You heard the winds long before they came, but you ignored the omen in the pale sky and the warnings of the sun.

Look into the mirror. What do you see? Yourself today; or yourself tomorrow? Nearly alive or almost dead?

You forgot your feelings; divided yourself from that reflected image of your past self. Once naive but faithful and strong, now cynic, doubtful and weak. You remember the old days when the grass was green, when smiles were joyful and the world was less grey. You remember, you are angered; you are jealous; You did not do a thing. You are sure of this, but still you doubt. What did you do to deserve this?

Hate against the inscrutable and the unfathomable flames up within. You strike, and the mirror shatters when you realize that you have ruined everything.

There is no longer “we” or “us”; only you and loneliness, total emptiness. The sunlight seeping through the open window grows colder until no warmth is left. The early morning fog dissipates in the whistling breeze as if giving way for the impending doom that is about to come… Or has it already come?

Penetrated by the cold rays of a dying sun, you glance at your own blank shadow on the concrete wall, watching your inner self wither away like a dying tree while the light grows fainter and fainter. Grasping this inner void, you disappear even more as your shell of a body stumbles toward the window; that vile sore revealing the derelict world beyond that makes up its flesh. The colourless skies pass slowly by while a voiceless scream is rejected from your lungs and your body collapses onto the cold floor. You lay paralysed in agony… In dread of tomorrow…

Temple of The Third

Posted in Artwork, Esoteric Thoughts with tags , , , , , , on November 7, 2010 by Eyeless

The Temple of the Third holds many traits, and it spans through a timeline of Past, Present and Future. It is the house of intuition and opportunities; of expressions and creativity. The priest of the Third reflects around his past actions to learn the consequences of these actions, and with his present knowledge gathered he strives to reach his future goals. The number of the Third represents a promise of success, aid and constant experience.

Mary and Max (5/5)

Posted in Film with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 4, 2010 by Eyeless

Mary and Max is a film about contrast in life, and communication. What brings Mary and Max together is the absence of friends, and a telephone directory. However, where Mary desperately searches for a friend even when constantly rejected, Max has trouble even understanding the word “friend”. The film follows their relationship throughout their lives, including conflicts, love, humour and anger; just what a life story should include.


The stark contrasts in Mary & Max are significant.

I love the cinematography of Mary and Max. The photo is dark with heavily saturated colours, which is what mainly creates the sad feeling of the film. Yes, it is a tragic film, but a beautifully tragic one and is constantly accompanied by a bizarre undertone. Mary’s life in the Australian suburb is sepia-coloured while Max’s flat in New York is almost completely colourless, as to emphasize the difference in their emotional state.

This is a film that makes you relate to the characters as if though you where their soul mate, no matter how little you have in common. The use of music, dialogue and cinematography is excellent in that it does just this -placing you in their situation, making you feel what they feel and experience their hopes and dreams, longing to see these fulfilled. It is a film that follows the road of despair, beauty and tragedy; but it makes damn sure of ending with a smile on its sad face.