CRAZY HORSE ART VISIONS

Should the Oglala Lakota warrior and visionary mystic, whose name is Tȟašúŋke Witkó (‘His-Horse-Is-Crazy’ or ‘His-Horse-Is-Spirited’) generally known as Crazy Horse (ca. 1840 – 1877) had foreseen that his name was to be later adopted by Le Crazy Horse Saloon, or Le Crazy Horse de Paris, his Black and White pinto Mare named Inyan, may have become even crazier.

Then again, perhaps that is why Crazy Horse’s Surrealist Night-Mare was Chaos Magic Art Muse crazy.

Crazy Horse is a Parisian cabaret known for its artistic stage shows, performed by nude female dancers, a Tibetan Bonpo Tantric Buddhist would equate with Dakinis who to dance around the four elemental quarters of their medicine wheel, which is curiously similar to the native American medicine wheel.

Crazy Horse also features a diverse range of magical acts and esoteric variety ‘turns’ between each Tantric show.

Its visionary owners have helped to create related shows in other power place cities around the dodecahedron globe , followed by unrelated businesses who have used the name of Crazy Horse as well.

The Crazy Horse of Art central Paris occupies former wine cellars (12 in all of Zodiac number, which have been knocked together) of an impressive Haussmanian building at 12 Avenue George-V (from the British king George V, in French “George Cinq”).

Suffice to say it is situated at a power place of historical importance, which isn’t too far away, as the Crow flies, from the Belphégor pyramid of the Musee du Louvre.

Should the Crow to fly a little further along the Yoni Rose line, you will duly find the rubedo door of the grand Art lodge of the Les Humanoïdes Associés, which is a French publishing house specialising in comics and graphic novels.

The Art lodge was founded in December 1974 by the sorcerer Artists, Mœbius Giraud, Jean-Pierre Dionnet, Philippe Druillet and Bernard Farkas in order to publish their highly influential grimoire, Métal Hurlant, which quickly expanded to include a variety of erotic orientated science fiction work. Métal Hurlant in English means, Howling Metal, by the way, just as the Greek term, ‘Goetia’ means, Howling, as in to Howl out barbarous mantras, just as Allen Ginsberg Howled out his performance Art, Howl poem.

Métal Hurlant was considered to be not only rebellious, but also revolutionary of the ninth Art Muse comic book artform at the time, chiefly due to its adult focus on the sci-fi genre, which was an Entartete Kunst rebellion against the spandex superhero media empire of America.

The Entartete Kunst grimoire inspired many generations of authors and filmmakers, such as Ridley Scott for his film Blade Runner.

Not too long after Métal Hurlant’s debut, the American’s created their own Howling grimoire version of Métal Hurlant, which was renamed, Heavy Metal, whose Art lodge is based in the H.P Lovecraft landscape of Easthampton, Massachusetts.

However, top-shelf Heavy Metal has since become a politically correct thought police morass of lower shelf Disney/Marvel fare, whose present editor is the superhero industry giant, Grant Morrison. Gone are the days, when Heavy Metal had the Entartete Kunst Métal Hurlant edge.

It isn’t too hard to imagine the original rebellious Métal Hurlant Artists frequenting the Crazy Horse, which had been opened by Alain Bernardin along the Yoni Rose Line in 1951, who personally run it for decades until his death by suicide in 1994.

The Crazy Horse Tantric Dakinis may have been deliberately chosen to be indistinguishable upon the medicine wheel stage in height, breast size and Palaeolithic Venus figurine shape in the past.

But now they have a more diverse group of Goetia Girls, all of whom are gymnastic of Dakini form and very Necronomicon skilled in their grimoire Muse Art.

Along with its Dakinis, the Crazy Horse has also been a popular coven venue for many other Performance Artists, including Avadhuta magicians, Heyoka jugglers, and Yogic mimes.

Bernardin, like a sorcerer, explained that he loved magic because it corresponded with his ‘mystical vision’:

“Magic is a dream. There is no show that is more dreamlike than a magic show. And what we do with the girls is magic, too, because they aren’t as beautiful as you see them onstage. It’s the magic of lights and costumes. These are my dreams and fascinations that I put onstage.”

Under new shareholders, and new management from 2005, Crazy Horse started to feature prestigious Artists Performance Art stripping, for a limited number of Tantric shows, including Dita Von Teese, Carmen Electra, Aria Cascaval, Arielle Dombasle or Pamela Anderson.

The new management also hired Philippe Decouflé as choreographer; Kelly Brook became a Métal hurlant Crazy Horse Dakini in the fall of 2012.

Perhaps Bernardin was originally seeking to spiritualise the symbolism of various fetish costumes worn by his ‘Anima’ Mares of the Night, who as Dakini Art Muses would inspire Tantric lucid dreams, wherein they are ridden as shaman Crazy Horses into other Métal hurlant realities.

Whether such was the actual case of symbolic Alchemy, is of course debatable; but a ridden Crazy Horse Art Muse knows no Night-Mare visionary limits, who as a Coyote spirit girl knows how to Tantric dance around the Dakini dream wheel.

As for (Tȟašúŋke Witkó) Crazy Horse he was very likely Coyote wise to the fact that the European invaders weak spot is their insane belief in a jealous God, which of an ancestral-self-identity had been appropriated from another people, Carl Jung would term as an ‘Animus’ fixation.

Whereby Crazy Horse’s Heyoka ghost would Coyote conjure the Fallen ‘Anima’ and her (Succubae) Succubi Dakini emanations of an artistic rebellion, around the dodecahedron globe, who might just relate via a Ouija board, “the wand of a virile paint brush is mightier than the castrated gun.”

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