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CRAZY HORSE ART VISIONS

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Love Magic, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 21, 2017 by FAUSTUS CROW

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, which to 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, 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. Bernardin personally ran the Crazy Horse 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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SUCCUBUS ART MUSES OF FAUSTUS CROW

Posted in Addams Family, Alien, Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Extraterrestrial, Goetia Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Science Fiction, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, UFO, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 4, 2014 by FAUSTUS CROW

A Succubus of an Exquisite Corpse Mind-Doll, Frankenhooker Tulpa, is meditated upon in league with her Golem Ghost Girl (Emet) seal of an abstract sigil; while knitting her together of artistry, upon a slab of canvas. (The Artworks are available as Art Prints from Saatchi Art. If you are interested, Click the Images to see the Full Artwork and details.)

Basically, you have two forms of art. The first form of art being the Succubus herself, whose erotic egregore expression, a Dr Frankenstein of a Sorcerer Artist is artistically knitting together of an exquisite corpse, represents a figurative manifestation of his wish.

The second form of art is her abstract seal of a sigil, which sums up Frankenstein’s energetic charge of desires.

The sigilised desire will give eventual life unto the Succubus construct of an exquisite corpse Mind-Doll Frankenhooker Tulpa. She will thence frequent Frankenstein’s eleventh-dimensional dreams of an informational domain.

There are of course, mundane associative thoughts of two-dimensional associations concerning the meaning, origin, and necessity of an abstract sigil of two-dimensional artistry.

The sigils of abstract art have formed some of the central riddles of modern art.

The answers to them are rather remote now of fourth-dimensional time, considering that contemporary painting encompasses veins of both abstraction and figuration, which of sculpture becomes three-dimensional.

This exploration is more so important, when conducting sorcery, which is essentially the practice of art; both practices are indivisible from each other.

Magic and Art are one and the same. I kid you not!

Alas, the practice of art lost its shamanic path, long ago, along the fourth-dimensional corridor of time, becoming quite separated from the internal processes of the informational realm of the dream, which instead was taken over by the externalised technique of the dreamless artisan.

Though a Freemason of a tenth-dimensional Artisan is aware of first-dimensional consciousness, two-dimensional thought processes are only ever utilised.

Hence, during the years when Abstract Expressionism flourished, figuration was shunned by many technique driven artists, who became entirely embroiled in elitist attitudes due to competitive racetracks of indoctrinated ‘thought,’ which date back to the late 1930’s of a now entrenched tradition.

I will generally examine the terms of this mundane debate concerning abstraction versus figuration, which continued into much of the twentieth century and still does so unto the present.

You also have the concept of ‘representation,’ which art critics have come to commonly use since the 1970’s, who to religiously argue over an art ‘brand,’ just as many indoctrinated occultists to argue over how many Incubi Angels and Demons they can fit onto the end of a viral-meme needle point of a ‘branded’ belief.

The concept of representation acknowledges that abstract and figurative art are not as different as they might seem, which is bloody obvious!

All art is essentially abstract art, should you see abstraction as being a neural process of drawing impressions from the shape, colour, and texture of three-dimensional objects. What is important here of sorcery practice is the internal generation of an emotive charge, enlivening the conceptual, which then stirs your ‘symbolically’ associative dreams, and in turn generating concordant synchronicities.

This will then lead to the observation of a feed-back-loop of symbolic correspondences. When this process is consciously observed of sorcery experimentation, the (mandala) artist (writer-mantra) then becomes aware that time is not linear of a fourth-dimensional sequence of events, it is in fact circular of a fifth-dimensional ever recurring Ouroboros.

The internal processes of shamanic artists have ‘abstracted’ the reality around them since prehistoric times, which was once one and the same of sorcery. But this ability was lost, when many artists forgot to dream, due to changing cultural influences. These all encompassing cultural influences were primarily of a religious nature, which negated the sixth-dimensional (sixth-sense) faculty of attaining lucid dreaming.

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Art was then utilised, as a means for cultural propaganda much of the time. It was not until the early twentieth century that abstraction began to be defined as a sought for technique in its self.

Abstract art tends to solely rely upon five pentagram sensory associations of form to suggest meaning, rather than employing any recognizable motifs to point at particular themes and content.

Whereupon the artist will understand his/her work, but the audience will be left aghast as to what it all means of an occult code. Those who believe themselves to be privy to the artist’s occult creations are to be found drinking copious amounts of wine, when to drunkenly sojourn an art gallery paying exorbitant amounts of shekels for a two-dimensional scribble upon a piece of three-dimensional cardboard.

However, they may just find that the artist has a Chimpanzee as his familiar who does the scribble painting. This should not be taken as a slight upon such artworks; for it does require the artist to achieve the innocent state of an ape brain, or to go further back of atavistic mammalian, to the emotive reptilian, to create something spontaneous, out of reach of the comceptual hominid.

Whereby a shamanic trance state of automatism is often employed. Although there are many an artist who do not employ this methodology, in order to attain a seventh-dimensional awareness of alternate possibilities, to instead focus upon an intellectualisation of the now fashionable abstract, without further ado, who pander to what is presently in elitist vogue.

Whatever the case, abstract art can widely range of alternate seventh-dimensional Ouroboros possibilities, from the easily comprehensible, quasi-figurative, landscape-based imagery of Kandinsky, to the far more obscure, mystical monochromes of Malevich.

Imitation, or realistic representations of what is perceived, has been the holy grail of the visual arts since earliest times. At one time it was believed that the creation of a realistic representation was also one and the same as the object it’s self, of a magical act.

Whereupon the ancients had termed such art as being Mimesis. This can only be really understood by an artist, when to work upon a figurative piece of Frankenhooker art, to thence find her being brought to Tulpa life within a lucid dream.

However, many an artist has forgotten how to electron dream, who focus more on an external technique in order to perfect.

But it soon came to pass that the capturing of the real was then taken over by photography and more recently by computer generated art, which can be utilised to explore eighth-dimensional realities, where present Maya physics do not apply; such as in video game Matrix worlds, whose physics are programmed.

Many artists have striven to create the technical effect of an illusion, with their art, in order to extend the experiential, three-dimensional Maya space of the viewer. At other times artists have striven for realism, to create an impression of Samsara social reality.

During the twentieth century, the ascending art of abstraction is best thought of in the generalised sense, as being ‘figuration,’ though some Abstract Expressionists considered any residual presence of the figure (such as is seen in Miró, or early Rothko), no matter how abstracted, to be mere figuration, which was, and still is considered to be anathema to the established tradition of the Modern Art movement.

In regards to sorcery practice, which is indivisible to art, I am really not at all concerned about such nigh religious bickering between back-biting traditions, which is no different to pompous occultists, who say they practice the high art of magic, when in fact, they are habitually indulging in the commonality of religion.

I have no time for entrenched traditions or dogmatic religions; since they are intrinsically static of an indoctrinated symbolic perception.

Whereas art and in turn magic are rebelliously fluid and ever evolving of ninth-dimensional sorcery. Both of these practices deal with the stirring of the subconscious realm, of eleventh-dimensional electron dreams via the manipulation of photonic symbols, to associatively conjure amidst your Triangle Of Art Imagination.

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Whereupon I utilise the modern symbolism of the lowbrow comic, when to engage in a Widdershin-wise reversal of an indoctrinated brainwash, along with utilising Discordian Heyoka humour to thence negate the Inquisitional negative. Hence, a rebellious Frankenstein artist uses both art forms in order to conjure up a Succubus of an exquisite corpse Mind-Doll Frankenhooker Tulpa, to frequent his lucid dreams of ninth-dimensional Surrealistic artistry.

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