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Since the dawn of man, mythology has tried to answer life's greatest questions through stories and legends. Village elders from different cultures around the world passed on tales of creation, explanations of the meaning of life, and stories of the gods and monsters that rule the earth and the heavens.

Each culture has developed its own myths, and as people have moved about the Earth, and as armies have conquered foreign lands, many of these stories have moved with them.

Mythology is both the link to our past as well as the spark that inspires the flames of inspiration for modern day storytellers. The everlasting power of myth is all around us, informing our lives and personal experiences without us even knowing it. Once you begin to learn more about mythology, folklore, and ancient legends, you will begin seeing their influence everywhere.

Monsters fill the mythic landscape. In Hawaiian myth, there is a human with a “shark-mouth” in the middle of his back. In Aboriginal myth, there is a creature with the body of a human, the head of a snake, and the suckers of an octopus. In South American myth, there is the were-jaguar; in Native American myth, there are flying heads, human-devouring eagles, predatory owl-men, water-cannibals, horned snakes, giant turtles, monster bats, and even a human-eating leech as large as a house. In Greek myth, one finds Polyphemus, the one-eyed cannibal giant; the Minotaur, a monstrous human-bull hybrid that consumes sacrificial victims in the “bowels” of the subterranean Labyrinth; and Scylla, the six-headed serpent who wears a belt of dogs’ heads ravenously braying for meat.

Regardless of their different sizes, features, and forms, monsters have one trait in common — they eat humans. Whatever else they may do for us psychologically, monsters express — and ex-press — our dread of being torn apart, eviscerated, chewed, swallowed, and then shit out. This shameful fate of those who are eaten is confronted in an African myth in which a giant predatory bird swallows the hero whole day after day and then excretes him. Myth after myth confronts the stark facts of being consumed by a larger creature, obsessively depicting in graphic detail what both monsters and animal predators naturally do — turn humans into excrement.

Every day over the course of several million years, our ancestors saw (and heard) living creatures being torn apart and devoured by hungry animals — with some victims still kicking as they were eviscerated and dismembered. No wonder our brains are wired to make us dread this awful fate, and that the stories we tell ourselves reflect this dread and attempt to express it — press it out.

The archetype of the monster is an expression of this primal fear writ large, exaggerated and intensified to an outlandish degree. But why does this primal fear take the form of a “monster,” that is, a predatory creature that grotesquely mixes animal or human-and-animal physical features? In what way did our experiences as a prey species contribute to the formation of the mythic monster ?

Let’s begin by looking at the most widespread and celebrated of all mythic monsters — the dragon. This creature, in one guise or another, appears in almost every mythology and has been the subject of many books and countless articles. Perhaps the most intriguing of these examinations is “An Instinct for Dragons” by anthropologist David E. Jones. Jones argues that the image of the dragon is composed of the salient body parts of three predator species that hunted and killed our tree-dwelling African primate ancestors for about sixty million years. The three predators are the leopard, the python, and the eagle.

According to Jones (what follows is a condensed summary of a complex argument), ancient primates evolved alarm calls to identify each of the three predators, with each call triggering the defensive response appropriate to the nature of the attack mode of the specific predator. Jones calls this predator-recognition template the “snake/raptor/cat complex.” This complex is the source of what Jones refers to as the “ brain dragon.” The brain dragon emerged when our apelike ancestors left the trees to walk on the ground. rather suddenly, the relatively small brain of Australopithecus had to process a lot of information about many new forms of predators and develop new alarms calls and strategic responses to them. Faced with information overload, the brain of Australopithecus resorted to lumping information into manageable and memorable chunks. As a result, the cat, the snake, and the raptor were merged into a hybrid creature that had the salient predatory features of each: the face of a feline, the body of a snake, and the talons of a raptor. This is the hybrid “monster” that came to be known as the “dragon.”

Because the image combined features from three dominant predators, it could quickly send the neural message very dangerous animal. Indeed, the derivation of the word monster seems to acknowledge this ancient function. Monster comes from the Latin word monstrare, “to show,” and monere, “to warn.” Monsters are warning signs, reminding us of the many threatening creatures lurking in the environment eager to gobble us up.

The “monsters” of the mythic imagination also inherited some of their DNA from the very real “monsters” created by Mother Nature herself. In ancient Australia (and perhaps in other areas of the Southeast), there was a flesh- eating lizard measuring up to thirty feet long and weighing two thousand pounds, almost “ten times the weight of its closest relative the ‘ora’ or Komodo dragon.” There were birds too huge to fly, four-legged animals that could walk at times on two legs, and carnivores that possessed both female and male genitals (as does the female hyena). In the nineteenth century, monster-lore scholar Charles Gould suggested that some monsters may reflect cultural memories of “a few cretaceous and early tertiary forms” that were thought to have gone extinct but that “struggled on” in isolated and remote areas of the world. This same claim is made today by some cryptozoologists.

Another fertile source of mythic monsters is the bone yard. It’s long been noted that the fossilized skeletons of long-extinct creatures from the age of dinosaurs contributed to the creation of mythic monsters. It was as far back as 1831 that Gould suggested that belief in monsters arose from the frequent discoveries of the remains of “monstrous amphibians.” Gould also pointed out that when the Chinese came across the skeletons of long-extinct dinosaurs, they referred to them as “dragon bones.” In the Carpathians, the bones of extinct cave bears also have been interpreted as the remains of dragons. The reptilian or serpentine characteristics given to many mythic monsters may reflect the fact that fossilized skeletons, often reduced to an undulating backbone and neck, look like a snake. In Ovid’s Metamorphoses, a decomposed human backbone transforms into a snake, a literal and figurative example of the mythologizing process I’m describing.

Monsters were also created by dreams and reveries. According to medical anthropologist Alondra Oubre, “proto-humans” of the Early Pleistocene first discovered the emotional and psychological rewards of altering the normal chemistry of the brain. These altered states of consciousness enabled our ancestors to “unlock the doors” to the unconscious and to access its “unlimited reservoir of fantasia, hypnagogic imagery, day-dreaming, and creative ideation.” These counter-factual and counter-intuitive images and symbols were fabricated, necessarily, from the bits and pieces of daily life. The memories of these experiences were not stored as accurate snapshots but as somewhat distorted versions of that experience, reshaped, exaggerated, or diminished according to their emotional content. Oubre suggests that early humans engaged in these practices to escape their “anguishing existence in a prey-versus-predator world.” Admittedly, it would have been suicidal to “escape” from this world for too long or too often—to lose touch with the real threats that provoked the anxieties in the first place. But periodic escape, during rituals, would have been therapeutic, helping assuage fear and increase confidence.

These fear-management strategies, however, had ironic consequences. Among the salient experiences our ancient ancestors remembered and stored in their unconscious must have been life-threatening encounters with predators. Which means that during altered states, images of predators would have undergone further shaping, twisting, recombination, or hybridization. The upshot is that proto-humans were able to conjure up hybrid images of animals well before cognitive fluidity and mythmaking emerged during the Middle Paleolithic.

Although proto-humans could not spin yarns about monsters, they may have been able to imagine them, and thus unintentionally add to their fears through the same processes they were using to escape their fears. Obviously we cannot know what proto-humans envisioned during consciousness-altering rituals, but we do know that during such states, humans with modern brains envision monsters. In several Native American cultures, visions often entail an encounter with powerful animal spirits.

Mythic monsters are often explained — or explained away — as symbols of the “monster within,” an embodiment or projection of the greedy, aggressive impulses at the core of what Jung called the Shadow aspects of the “self and the psyche that are disowned and repressed because they are considered to be bad and evil.” That Shadow wants to feel “the thrill of fangs and claws, the thrill of copulation without commitment, the dog within going wild after a lifetime on the leash.” Monsters allow us to express and confront our dark unconscious, enabling it to materialize — and by so doing , exorcize — hidden and repressed desires and fears.

It can hardly be doubted that monsters “materialize real desires and fears,” but what desires and fears ? How did the monster get inside us in the first place ?

"All myths are profound, and unless we make a little effort to think on a level of life other than what's for dinner... there's nowhere out of the snakepit of meaninglessness we have built with our own smallness." from "Astrology for Lovers" by Liz Green




Journal Entry: Wed Nov 30, 2016, 4:41 PM


You by groovygillian  Flight by DreamPurpleSky 61 by FraDraz   Shh by mistrix6 A Hard To Reach Malaria by deedledee90

71 by FraDraz  55 by FraDraz  63 by FraDraz  Desiderata by deedledee90  Drop dead gorgeous by Mehu

Bloodstain by AustenMengler  Ophelia by LORETANA  Tentacles by Mesozord  The Chariot by kalivana

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by SynthCorpse  half by MWeiss-Art A Collapse of Faith by akki64 Veil by Vickie666

Find me in hellAs is sit here rocking,
Quivering with fright,
My demons come knocking,
Full of malice and spite,
Laughing and mocking,
They are seeking a fight.
Reality slips into the abyss,
I find myself imploring,
For some help with this,
As the fear starts soaring,
My demons hiss,
The tears start pouring,
As they give me a kiss.
Boney fingers,
Pale face,
Darkened eyes,
What a disgrace?
Pain that lingers,
Hearts race,
Darkness rises,
A tight embrace.
Save me now before I lose,
Engrave my soul,
For it is you I choose!
©Sammy Payne 2016 All rights reserved. 
All materials contained are not to be used/ reproduced/ copied/ edited/ published/ transmitted/ borrowed/ duplicated/ printed/ downloaded/ uploaded in any way without my express written permission. Feel free to contact me if you wish to use my work.
  Save me from themMy mind is a prison,
Without any walls,
The harder I fight,
The harder I fall.
My heart is a drumstick,
That pounds rapidly,
Breath slow all I like,
It beats absently.
Sadness fills all,
Of my broken cracks,
Stealing my light,
My world turns black.
They claw at my eyes,
When I need some sleep,
Whispering words,
That make me weep.
They pin me down,
Then show me my past,
Inflicting pain,
They know will last.
If you are wondering,
Who they may be,
They are the demons,
That live inside me.
©Sammy Payne 2016 All rights reserved. All materials contained are not to be used/ reproduced/ copied/ edited/ published/ transmitted/ borrowed/ duplicated/ printed/ downloaded/ uploaded in any way without my express written permission. Feel free to contact me if you wish to use my work.
  The End18 month waiting list,
Just for an assessment,
Then you wait a further 6,
Building up resentment.
By the time you are finally seen,
You’re hanging by a thread,
Then they claim that they can’t help,
Are you best off dead?
If you were a cancer patient,
This would be appalling,
But instead it’s in your head,
That’s why they continue stalling.
Suicide rates are on the rise,
And everyone lacks compassion,
Open your eyes it is no surprise,
This world is darker than you’d imagine.
So when I lose hope to carry on,
And I utter my final goodbye,
You can never say that you didn’t know,
The reasons behind why I chose to die.
©Sammy Payne 2016 All rights reserved.
All materials contained are not to be used/ reproduced/ copied/ edited/ published/ transmitted/ borrowed/ duplicated/ printed/ downloaded/ uploaded in any way without my express written permission. Feel free to contact me if you wish to use my work.
  Hate meCome a little closer,
Bury me in your lies,
You are my composer,
My teacher of demise.
Come and sit beside me,
Bombard me with abuse,
Bring me to me knees,
My darkness, my muse.
Manipulate my mind,
Control me like a console,
Ensure that I’m confined,
In a coffin with a pinhole.
I’m addicted to your madness,
I love the way it hurts,
Consumed by all your sadness,
I can’t wait to make it worse.
Be sure to make them hate me,
I’ll only ever worship you,
I need them to berate me,
Like you always do.
Breaking every boundary,
While drowning in your venom,
Never sleeping soundly,
I’ll miss you up in heaven.
©Sammy Payne 2016All rights reserved. All materials contained are not to be used/ reproduced/ copied/ edited/ published/ transmitted/ borrowed/ duplicated/ printed/ downloaded/ uploaded in any way without my express written permission. Feel free to contact me if you wish to use my work.

Stencil 1064 by cmdpirxII    Sin city comic mural by mechanism0022  my life is like my grandmother... by SKITSOFRENIS Street art 2 : fuck this shit by zy0n

angel by Benjamin Otero by needtobleed  faces by Benjamin Otero by needtobleed  geometry skull by Benjamin Otero by needtobleed  a digital designed chest piece by PaulHanfordS18Tattoo

THE MESSAGE:   Be who you are by SynthCorpse

Hey there. First of it all, a BIG THANK YOU to all the people who still support my crap. YOU ALL ROCK and you got all my love and gratitude.

Time for some news......

Some weeks ago i had a request from the kind Jeani Rector from Horror Zine, a real amazing virtual magazine where you can find all about the horror scene, from movies to poetry.... So if you. like lme, are a true horror lover, RUN and check this out:…

You´ll have a real good time reading and watch it all.

Thank you all for choose me as selecter artist of the December issue. Props to the other fellow artists featured on it, and to all the people who are making this cool way to spread all we love. Is a honor to be part of it.

And if you´re curious, you can find my shit here:…

Still more focused making music than painting, right now im recording two different albums, but the real serious new project is called BROTHERHOOD OF THE MIDNIGHT, and this time is about Metal with a lot of melody, ethereal atmospheres, epic orchestral layers with monster drums and monster guitar riffs... so if you´re curious, you can check some songs here:






THANKS to Mariola Weiss for the art and let me use it for the cover.... is a honor as always!!!!

More songs and more creepy painting soon...




HEOSPHOROS by mistertrece

Lucifer ( Hebrew: הֵילֵל, hēlēl, "shining one" Greek: Ἑωσφόρος, Heosphoros, "dawn-bearer"; Latin lucem ferre, "light-bringing") is a term in Christianity, that is applied to the Devil. Lucifer is the Septuagint translation of the Hebrew term "Helel ben Shaḥar" ("the shining one, son of the morning"), in the prophetic vision of Isaiah (14:12-14). The term Lucifer is used in the Vulgate (Latin lucifer, "light-bringing") and is applied to the morning star, Venus seen at dawn; it is also the KJV rendering of the Hebrew word hēlēl. After the name "Lucifer" became synonymous with the Devil in Christian culture, its use outside of the Bible was popularized in works such as Dante Alighieri's Inferno and John Milton's Paradise Lost. Metaphorically, the title Lucifer is applied to Jesus Christ himself.

Christians did not first create the concept of 'The Devil', the evil God or the dark Lord. It has been a recurrent theme in other religions albeit usually focussing on the 'destroyer' aspects, as one force of many in nature.

Lucifer is just another name for Satan, who as head of the evil world-system is the real, though invisible, power behind the successive rulers of Tyre, Babylon, Persia, Greece, Rome, and all of those evil rulers that we have seen come and go in the history of the world. This passage goes beyond human history and marks the beginning of sin in the universe and the very fall of Satan in the pristine, sinless spheres before the creation of man. 

Lucifer, Satan and the Devil are three different names for the same angel. Lucifer refers to this angel when he lived in heaven.

The Devil (from Greek: διάβολος or diábolos = 'slanderer' or 'accuser') is believed in many religions and cultures to be a powerful, supernatural entity that is the personification of evil and the enemy of God and humankind. The nature of the role varies greatly. It ranges from being an effective opposite force to the creator god at one extreme, where both are locked in an eons long holy war for human souls on what may seem even terms (to the point of dualistic ditheism/bitheism), to being just a comical figure of fun or even an abstract aspect of the individual human condition at the other. The term appears in the context of an oracle against a dead king of Babylon,  who is addressed as הילל בן שחר (hêlêl ben šāḥar),rendered by the King James Version as "O Lucifer, son of the morning!" and by others as "morning star, son of the dawn".

Lucifer, the Devil, was the model of perfection ( Ezakiel 28:12):

  • most perfect
  • most wise
  • most intelligent
  • most powerful
  • most knowledgeable

Our traditional image of the horned, winged demon comes from the Sumerian Myth of Zu and focuses on the two brother-gods, Enki, who seems to have sympathy for the humans, and Enlil, who is a strict adherent to Anu's orders.

SET, OR SETH, whom the Greeks called Typhon, the nefarious demon of death and evil in Egyptian mythology, is characterised as "a strong god (a-pahuti), whose anger is to be feared." The inscriptions call him "the powerful one of Thebes," and "Ruler of the South." He is conceived as the sun that kills with the arrows of heat; he is the slayer, and iron is called the bones of Typhon. The hunted animals are consecrated to him; and his symbols are the griffin (akhekh), the hippopotamus, the crocodile, the swine, the tortoise, and, above all the serpent âpapi (in Greek "apophis") who was thought to await the dying man in the domain of the god Atmu (also called Tmu or Tum), who represents the sun below the western horizon.

In Greek mythology, Prometheus (in Ancient Greek meaning "forethought") is a Titan known for his wily intelligence, who stole fire from Zeus and gave it to mortals for their use. His myth has been treated by a number of ancient sources, in which Prometheus is credited with (or blamed for) playing a pivotal role in the early history of humankind. Prometheus is associated with technology and science, embodying some qualities of the Theistic Satan. However, Prometheus is not generally worshipping by Theistic Satanists or pagans, but is worshipped by some modern Gnostic Luciferans.

Ba'al was a God worshipped in ancient Carthage. The Carthaginians' Baal worship is mentioned in the Old Testament - referred to as 'Baal' and 'Baal-zebub'. The name Ba'al has also been associated with a number of other Gods, including the Roman God, Saturn. There is a book<img src="…" style="border: none !important; display: inline-block !important; text-indent: 0px !important; float: none !important; font-weight: bold !important; height: 10px !important; margin: 0px 0px 0px 3px !important; min-height: 0px !important; min-width: 0px !important; padding: 0px !important; text-transform: uppercase !important; text-decoration: underline !important; vertical-align: super !important; width: 10px !important; background: transparent !important;"> of Beleil in the Satanic Bible (atheistic of course!) which links Ba'al to LaVey Satanism. Theistic Satanism, for example, the Church of Azazel (who define Azazel as Satan), believes Belial (i.e. Beliel, Ba'al) to refer to the down-to-earth and practical side of Satan.

Tiamat is often regarded as an 'evil' deity, with Marduk being the 'good' Babylonian deity counterpart. Perhaps in this role, Tiamat represents a Christian interpretation of the Devil. The cult of Marduk existed from approximately 1500 BC. Marduk was associated by the Romans with the planet Jupiter.

Enki, the son of Nammu, is the Sumeran deity whose name literally means Lord of the Earth. Enki was later known as Ea in Babylonian mythology. Enki was originally chief god of the city of Eridu. He was the deity of crafts, water, intelligence and creation. He is the champion of mankind. Perhaps there are parallels to the concept of Prometheus or non-Biblical view of) Satan. 

The demons derived from the minor evil spirits of the Near East, whereas the Devil derives from the Hebrew mal'ak the shadow of the Lord, and the Mazdaist principle of evil itself. The New Testament maintained the distinction by differentiating between the terms diabolos and daimonion, but it was a distinction that was often blurred, and many English translations muddle it further by translating daimonion as 'devil.' . . . By the first century of the Christian era ... evil spirits usually went by the name of daimonia, 'demons.' This Hellenistic classification would lump Satan with the other evil spirits in the category of daimonia.

Whilst mainstream Judaism contains no overt concept of a devil, Christianity and Islam have variously regarded the Devil as a rebellious fallen angel or demon that tempts humans to sin, if not commit evil deeds himself. In these religions – particularly during periods of division or external threat – the Devil has assumed more of a dualistic status commonly associated with heretics, infidels, and other unbelievers. 

As such, the Devil is seen as an allegory that represents a crisis of faith, individualism, free will, wisdom and enlightenment.

In mainstream Christianity, God and the Devil are usually portrayed as fighting over the souls of humans, with the Devil seeking to lure people away from God and into Hell. The Devil commands a force of evil spirits, commonly known as demons. The Hebrew Bible (or Old Testament) describes the Adversary (Ha-satan) as an angel who instigates tests upon humankind. In the Bible, the Hebraic text in Isaiah 14:2 refers to Helel Ben Shachar or Heylel Ben-Shachar (הילל בן שחר). Helel Ben-Schachar is translated into English as “O shining star, son of the dawn!" The name Lucifer is a translation of Helel Ben-Shachar into Latin.

Many other religions have a trickster or tempter figure that is similar to the Devil. Modern conceptions of the Devil include the concept that it symbolizes humans' own lower nature or sinfulness.

The concept of Lucifer inspires to dig deeper into life's mysteries to discover the truth about the nature of the world, both physically and metaphysically. To be a Luciferian is to adopt the mental attitude of seeking enlightenment. Lucifer is the inspirational muse of artists, writers, inventors, scholars and researchers. Luciferianism is a humanistic philosophy. Luciferians seek the betterment of mankind and are on a constant search for more knowledge and wisdom.

Some Luciferians are Satanists, but not all because there are many different varieties of Satanists, as well. The relationship between Satan and Lucifer in worldwide history is complicated. Usually, when a group of people regard Luciferian entities as "Satan" it is because they see them as a rival for their monotheistic god.

People often put the concept of the Devil to use in social and political conflicts, claiming that their opponents are influenced by the Devil or even willingly supporting the Devil. In addition, the Devil has also been used to explain why others hold beliefs that are considered to be false and ungodly. Though there is scant mention of Satan as some supernatural presence in the Old Testament, the New Testament is replete with references to Satan or the devil. "The English 'Devil,' like the German Teufel and the Spanish diablo, derives from the Greek diabolos," writes Russell. "Diabolos means 'slanderer' or a 'perjuror' or an 'adversary' in court.... 

Although the concept of the Devil--a single personification of evil--does not exist in most religions and philosophies, the problem of evil exists in every world view except that of radical relativism. 


Journal Entry: Thu Oct 20, 2016, 11:43 AM


Girl by AsyaYordanova Miasma by eliasaquino Yurei by AsyaYordanova Death, Mayhem et Pestilence by eliasaquino Death and the Maiden 2 by eliasaquino Inverted Coffin - Horned Witch by eliasaquino

Light And Darkness by tboersner  Asfixiando al bastardo by tboersner  Imaginary Friend by tboersner Famelica by tboersner

She said: Crucify by WonderMilkyGirl FROZEN by MenervaTau Krainie. by narva Losing you.. by tuminka

Galaxy in you by Meggie-M Disintegration by DawidZdobylak What Double Vein by Moon-Phace Reach by menton3

a digital designed chest piece by PaulHanfordS18Tattoo Samurai by Olggah The amazing hairless cat tattoo by Reddogtattoo Cameo and Bukowski chest piece by allentattoo

Organs by Jeremy-ForsonKilling Death by Jeremy-Forson

Mature Content

The Cats by ParanoiiidA
Hecate by ParanoiiidA

The Hanged Man and Death by elenorec The Moon and The Sun by elenorec Still Ending and Beginning Still by visceral the mourner by MWeiss-Art

Darkness Descends The night falls in a heavy,suffocating cloak, cold and alone are we. The salvation for which you lust flares once,then dies, swept away by your obsession. All hope must surely perish. Your passion throbs no more. How could you tear us asunder? Our dark thoughts surround us,crying, we have lost our light. Caged Swan   End narrowing, she lifts her head above the chain-mail like prison that holds her back. The wind softly brushes her curls behind her shoulders. A girl,a caged animal, grips the top of the lockup. She closes her eyes and kisses the edge of freedom on her parted lips. Vanishing into thin air, she runs from the sound of buzzing. Barking,blaring, and beeping, the alarm shouts off from the distance. Amelia asks herself if she could really outrun the bars that cased over her for so long, as she is learning to leave. The imprisoner, cold and silent, looks at Amelia with invading eyes. He is inhuman of a man.                  SickenedI pledge
My head to clearer thinking,
My heart to greater loyalty,
My hands to larger service, and
My health to greater living.
  acousticyour soul is an acoustic
black and white picture
movie reel
captive sunlight
never yielding to release
giving shadows a new taste
of elegance, quiescent
the tranquil luminescence
that can trap a heart
in the photographic emulsion
or celluloid undertow
of slow motion
just as flammable
as a subtle combustion
kindling a rustic tongue
to move a languid expulsion
ladened with sorrows
carried like crystal shards
in a humble sun catcher
hung above a familiar window
prizing inconsequential matter
into flecks of golden dust
reminiscent of
beauty and

outbreak europe exhibition by ewil33zombie graff by elbearone THE SPOT ON FAYAH 2009 Me by gojoabbestiaCs by smates


 - Mister 13 official website coming soon.... where you´ll find all my albums, art and exclusive stuff and will be a plattform for to spread the art of some people i think they art deserve more feedback....

- Mister 13 is ruining my life.... is the name of my last exhibition in my city. All the profits will go to animal shelter houses. Fuck money.

- THE FACE OF ALL YOUR FEARS.... im working in a little book where i´ll show some poerty and senseless writtings i was writting the last year and specally in the road the last weeks coming home after some live shows. At the same time i´ll draw some new shit for it, mixing ink, markers and collage. Hope will be ready in spring. Take care.

- New music project called EUROPE IS DYING. Really, really dark and atmospheric. Right now im making some demos and i hope i´ll start to record before Christmas. The real new thing is... i´ll sing on it. Take care....again. At the same time i´ll release a cinematic atmospheric Trip Hop songs under the name of STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT.

You can check some stuff here:





- And the second NECROBITCH album " The Orgy Of The Mutilated" is going wild. I got 5 songs and if you liked the first album, you´ll love that shit. Death Metal at the fullest, monster drums, fuzzy bass lines and blasting guitars. You can check one song here:


- Soon i´ll be featured in a great virtual horror magazine, a true honor and im exicted about it. More shit in the next journal.

- SO... as you can see, im so busy right now. A REAL DEEP THANK YOU to all the people who still supporting my crap. YOU ALL ROCK. Sorry if i dont answer you, i´ll try to do it as soon as i can.



OBSCURUM by mistertrece

When the answers found in religions or science seemingly fail to satisfy the curiosity people have about the paranormal, many paranormal researchers turn to alternate forms of spirituality. 

These alternate explanations do not necessarily explain paranormal phenomena, but they certainly help to promote ideas and beliefs not belonging to the religion. Some paranormal researchers do this in order to excite and please the masses, and perhaps there is also the aspect that many paranormal researchers are themselves sincere believers of alternate belief systems and superstition. However, when these alternate forms of spirituality fail to legitimize paranormal phenomena among sceptics, science becomes the next alternative.

Many people are under the false impression that paranormal investigations are scientific, simply because some forms of technology are included in the investigations. Paranormal research is not a recognized science. The reasons for this are many, but the most obvious reason is that numerous frauds have destroyed the credibility of paranormal phenomena as worthy of scientific endeavour. Before any comparison between science and paranormal phenomena can be explored, the following is a general description of what science is. 

The word ‘Science’ comes from the Latin word scientia, meaning, knowledge. Science explores a broad field of knowledge that deals with observed facts and the relationships existing among those facts. Scientific theories utilize general rules or laws that attempt to explain how and why something happens or happened. More specifically, scientific theory organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the natural world. Paranormal theories do not adhere to the rules and laws of scientific theory, and are at most, philosophical. 

There are numerous paranormal theories, each deserving greater attention, but some things will be mentioned here in order to provide a sense of how paranormal theories differ from scientific theories. As stated, paranormal theories often fall outside any of the rules or laws applied to scientific theory, although they are thought to have some scientific basis – for example: the theory that ghosts can generate Electro Magnetic Fields (or EMF) that can be measured with EMF meters. Many cases involving a haunting or poltergeist have reported electrical lighting being affected in some way. One explanation for this theory is that due to such reports, the manifestation itself is electrical. The problem with this theory is that it excludes how a haunting or poltergeist activity is also said to include a variety of other influences on physical surroundings having nothing to do with electricity. 

In other words, any affect on electrical lighting is incidental and belongs to a wide range of experiences belonging to both a haunting and poltergeist activity – to which EMF does not apply. The question, then, is how can such phenomena be reduced to Electro Magnetic Field? Other paranormal theories following this first example claim that the human body is bio-electric and that when the body dies, the energy cannot be destroyed, but transforms from one state to another. This change of state of energy is thought to become a ghost in most cases. Sounds scientific? At first, it does sound convincing. According to science, neurons are electrical impulses active in the brain. What the paranormal theory attempts to do is to use the first law from Thermodynamics, which states: “Energy can be neither created nor destroyed. It can only change forms from one state to another.” 

By including this scientific rule or law, the paranormal researcher attempts to legitimize his or her theory concerning ghosts. Although this is certainly an interesting theory, it is problematic in other ways. In terms of how conclusions are often made without any testable explanations, what remains is the use of EMF meters to demonstrate an affect. The EMF thought to be detectable in paranormal phenomena involving ghosts, a haunting, or poltergeist activity is never demonstrated properly. If a house is thought to be haunted, and a paranormal investigator uses an EMF meter, there will most certainly be something measured, and not necessarily because a ghost is present. What actually occurs are measurements being made in relation to environments that naturally produce EMF – electrical wiring, computers, and other household appliances; an electrically charged object. In fact, EMF meters are designed to measure fields generated from electrically charged objects, and not ghosts. Having briefly examined paranormal theory concerning EMF and ghosts, it is easy to recognize how science is simply misapplied to support a belief without any proper testable explanations. The technology used to draw conclusions from such environments as homes and other buildings is not practical to any testable explanation.

The reason is largely due to how this paranormal theory misrepresents why electrical lighting is affected, by excluding other circumstances associated to the same paranormal phenomena. This does not mean that EMF is not worth investigating. The point here is that EMF meters are used to detect EMF and do not verify a paranormal phenomenon alone. Some paranormal researchers use EMF along with video/photography, EVP, and so forth. However, there are problems with these other forms of technology that are used to give the impression that something scientific is being applied to the paranormal investigation itself. Photography is another form of technology used among paranormal investigators, seeking to give credibility to their research as a science. In the hopes of capturing anything unusual, photography could potentially provide a record of paranormal phenomena. In the past, “Spirit Photography” was a form of evidence produced by many Modern Spiritualists from the mid 19th to early 20th century. Most of those photos, if not all, were faked. 

Some of the more infamous examples were faked by people such as William H. Mumler (b.1832–d.1884) and William Hope (b.1863–d.1933). The “theory” belonging to Modern Spiritualism during the 19th century consisted of the belief that spirits could communicate with the living through photography by permitting themselves to be photographed, with the assistance of a medium. Since that time, other paranormal theories involving photography have developed, having little to do with science. Strange images or anomalies have been photographed, and although there are scientific explanations, paranormal theories continue to be promoted. Among the various types of anomalies occurring in photographs and used to apply paranormal theory, are Orbs.

Described as a semi-translucent sphere-shaped mass of energy, an Orb is thought to be the most common form that a spirit takes. The paranormal theory does not explain how such a conclusion can be made, but only makes an assumption based on photographs of Orbs that have been documented. There is, however, a more rational explanation to such anomalies. What most often occurs in Orb phenomena is that dust or moisture particles in the air are reflecting the flash from the camera, thereby appearing as illuminated, semi-translucent spheres in the photographs. Despite this rational explanation, the paranormal theory continues to be promoted as a matter of scientific documentation. There are a variety of other photographic anomalies associated to Orbs, each applying the same assumptions. Another example of photography used to promote a different paranormal theory is Ectoplasm. 

Unlike Orbs, many paranormal investigators have photographed a mass of mist-like substance thought to be Ectoplasm. The paranormal theory identifies Ectoplasm as a residual substance that occurs before or following a spirit manifestation. The theory itself has nothing to do with science, but comes from definitions and beliefs stemming from the Modern Spiritualist movement. In photographs depicting what is thought to be Ectoplasm, the photographer often testifies that no such mass of smoke or mist was visible when the photo was taken. As with the Orb anomaly, there are rational explanations that can explain the so-called cases of Ectoplasm. 

In cooler environments, an exhalation from the photographer can occur and produce the misty anomaly thought to be Ectoplasm. The same can occur with a lit cigarette. In other words, careless photography can account for these so-called Ectoplasm manifestations. As for the paranormal theory promoting the belief in Ectoplasm, what must also be considered is that if Ectoplasm is spirit matter or residue, this should register with the human eye, although the spirit itself does not. Not surprisingly, Ectoplasm that is photographed does not. In all other manifestations of Ectoplasm – primarily through an orifice of a medium, typically the ear or nostril – it is visible to the human eye. Why then is Ectoplasm not detectable to the human eye when photography is involved in paranormal investigations? Certainly, the “Spirit Photography” of the 19th century – from which the theory for Ectoplasm is derived – recognized Ectoplasm as a physical manifestation. Not all paranormal researchers make use of paranormal theory, or use the camera as a means to communicate with spirits. There are a few paranormal researchers who are fully aware of the type of technology they are using, and of the purpose it serves in relation to scientific theory. They are also aware that film negatives can verify if the image was tampered with, or if there was any light or chemical contamination. Old film roles can also become defective and create various distortions.

Digital photography also presents similar problems, but it also provides new perspectives on how objects can be photographed and analyzed. Overall, photography can provide a visual record of events or activity, but it does not explain paranormal phenomena. There are countless other examples of paranormal theory that can be explored such as UFO phenomena, Near Death Experience (NDE), and so on. In each of these areas, science has been misapplied to paranormal theories in order to legitimize the paranormal phenomena. The outcome of such misapplied science is not only damaging to the legitimacy of paranormal research, but also tends to promote false notions about spirituality and misguided faith. Obviously, the OCPRS (Toronto, Canada) rejects alternate forms of spirituality and explanation, but does acknowledge how important science is to answering questions. 

Although the OCPRS approaches the paranormal from a religious and philosophical point of view, science helps to expose impractical ideas and practices recognized in many other paranormal theories. There are, however, other paranormal societies emphasizing science as their primary mode of operation, but their approaches and conclusions ignore Christian spirituality. The variety of paranormal societies in existence today exhibit a wide range of beliefs in something beyond the ordinary. Science is a tool that can help construct an understanding of the extraordinary world, which most people choose to ignore. Unfortunately, science can be misused or misunderstood by people eager to promote their own personal

Why this occurs is largely due to the reluctance of the scientific community to explore paranormal phenomena, thereby leaving this field of study without any proper guidelines and structure. The purpose of this article was to explore how science is misapplied to paranormal research. If anything is to be learned from this article, it should be to examine and re-examine methodologies, theories, and definitions promoted through paranormal research. In doing so, perhaps a science with rules and laws applied to paranormal phenomena could be established. As unlikely as this notion is, it has become an idealistic ambition of many paranormal societies. In terms of reality, the ideal is far removed from the practices of most approaches of investigating the paranormal.

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