— Damien Kempf (@DamienKempf) August 31, 2016
When you remember your birth …
… how can an entire country become infested by demons to the point that it’s necessary to resort to an Exorcismo Magno?
A synthetic approach to the Gödelian philosophy of religion.
Some classic erotically-crazed religious fanaticism from Nicola Masciandaro.
Hell, as we know too well, is only getting whatever one wants, the eternal unasked opportunity to be you — the form of desire — forever. Hell is the minimum of paradise and paradise is the maximum of hell. Says Julian: “Synne is behovabil, but al shal be wel, and al shal be wel, and al maner of thing shal be wele.” For all is hell. So beware of love: “She kissed me … From that moment – my fate was sealed! … I also sucked a sweet from Her lips … Oh, but it felt like I had kissed death – and my love was replaced by horror … This has been the theme of my life ever since: love – horror, horror – love: one worse than the other.”
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Paper presented at Tuning Speculation III, Toronto, November 22, 2015, which seems to have pitched lunacy beyond all previously imagined dimensions.
Romantic (unnon)fiction, Masciandaro-style: