Brakus

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from Central New Jersey

    • Brakus

      Forgot to Rub this In

      5 years ago

      I got to see the legendary BOB DYLAN on Tuesday, with opening act, Dion!

      Truly mind expanding, very glad I got to go, my friend purchased tickets, was an amazing time, got into some great hypnotic trances, he's such a terrific sonic story teller, the band he played with was top notch as well!

      You can always rub in some jelly

      Also, just finished a draft of the rewrite for Part 1 of my film trilogy, hopefully all you Star Wars and Matrix fans will be happy with it. It's a Shamanic/Science Fiction Action/Adventure, I'm optimistic about the project. I sent it out to a few trusted readers, my brother the actor, and my friends Chris and Steve, my writing/film/and music partners. I definitely need some outside views on the project because I kind of like it, and that freaks me out. It is either really good, or really shitty. Hopefully it won't need too much work, I want to get started on the second part!

      Also,
      Have you guys heard about this?, and I know we way behind in neolithic times to you futuristic Western Canadians with your lax marijuana enforcement, Grail ;P

    • Brakus

      Truth About Swine Flu

      5 years ago

      I hope you all can please find the time to watch this video

      Teresa Forcades is a nun at the monastery of Sant-Benet, in Monserra-Barcelona. She is a doctor physician specializing in internal medicine, PHD in public health at Barcelona’s university, specializing in the USA at the State University of New York. She gives verifiable scientific data and the disturbing irregularities related to this subject. This is relevant to all countries, all people.

    • Brakus

      Glimpse of First Dawn

      5 years ago

      Glimpse of First Dawn
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      Satellites have observed a gamma-ray burst that is 13 billion light years away, giving us a glimpse of the 900 million year period known as the "cosmic dark ages,"--the time following the Big Bang when our Universe was formed.

      This vibrant light residue is now marked as the furthermost object in all the cosmos, occurring nearly 700 million years ago with radiation that finally reached us in April.

      According to officials, the ancient age of this particular gamma burst means the dying star that produced it was one of the first stars ever created. It came at a point when "the Universe was less than 5 per cent of its present age and a tenth of its present size," and offers a window into the past at the dawn of our presently known existence.

    • Brakus

      The Essence of Two

      5 years ago

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      Spawning Life 2009

      Freedom. The absolute facade. No one is ever free because we are all a part of a system of one, and at the same time at the whim and mercy of others.

      Each pull and tug at the string causes vibrations that mold and manipulate your personal trajectory.

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      The One 2008

      Words are often hollow, without true meaning. Nothing can truly describe the intense emotions of the human mind, the song of nature, and the will of the earth. Words cannot describe these feelings, for only feelings can. Transitory vibrations from one particle to the next.

      What puts two people, two particles, on a collision course with each other? What is the force of tension that nags two particles to interact and meet throughout the distance of the cosmos? Tension is the cohesion of all matter. Two opposing forces pit against each other at opposite ends. And, as the threads become taunt, the threads twist and spin. It becomes a spindle in motion, first one way, and then coming to a stop before reversing. Back and forth, endlessly.

      These two points of tension allow the energy to build, until it reaches a threshold, which once passed, the energy releases in a brilliant climax that sparks a new beginning, a Third.

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      Dual Maya 2009

      Conflict, it's all that seems to propel life. But even greater is the essence of love. Love and conflict, two binaries that are the same at the core, for they both bind and pull, increasing in energy through give and take. Love is an amazing force because the coming together of two particles that search each other out from across the cosmos brings forth a great amount of forward kinetic energy, and when met, the climax is great, capable of creating or destroying anything. It is complete fusion, rather than fission, that allows two beings, or particles, to conform into a new third.

      Is that the purpose of this life? An attempt at that fusion? Are we here simply because of a great search that has brought us through time and space to this arena? Or, is this just an illusionary landscape, a drama written to maximize productivity created by this timeless search of two particles coming together? Like the Gaia hypothesis of the Earth, does the omniverse have a consciousness and instincts of survival whereupon organisms just occupy larger organisms to keep the cycle propelled? If that is true, then it stems to reason that the omniverse is but an organism for a larger system of consciousness. But if we follow this great chain of being, where does it end? How can we even fathom such a scenario, and why as human beings do we find it necessary to ponder such things?

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      Cosmic Marriage 2009

    • Brakus

      My Article is Up!

      5 years ago


      My article is finally up and published on on Reality Sandwich, please check it out! And if you're feeling up to it, log on and leave a comment.

      New drawings are up on my website, once I get around to sponsoring here again I'll put them up here as well.

    • Brakus

      Hola

      5 years ago

      How are you guys? Been a little busy here, started writing for Reality Sandwich, some small news alerts and things like that, new one is up today if you want to give a look RS. Working on an interview and feature for the website on a documentary that has been airing on the History Channel called I Know What I Saw. It's a pretty cool film, basically trying to get America to release their UFO documents since France and Britain has, it features testimony's from retired air force generals from several nations and other high level peoples. I'll be interview the director and getting a piece up there before Halloweens airing. Here's a direct link to my RS blog

      They still haven't put up my article yet, but that should come out soon, at least they are letting me do this kind of stuff because of it.

      Got some new things scanned, 6 of them, still have 19 left to be scanned, can't seem to shrink that reserve, which is a good thing considering that I have been worried about my time to draw and write.

      Almost done with a draft of the first part of my trilogy, on Act III, taking my time with this part because there are a few things I need to flesh out and take time caring for.

      I'll get those new drawings up soon. Once again they'll be up for you guys first before I get them up on my website, etc.

      How has everyone been on here, I've been trying to keep up with alerts from most of you, mainly the same group of people that I have always continued to check on, and I will continue to do so.

      Talk to you later!

    • Brakus

      Hey All

      5 years ago

      Whew, I'm beat, today was the first day of my "internship" for Reality Sandwich, I'll be writing short news articles and the likes, they will also be publishing my larger piece pretty soon. Got to meet Daniel Pinchbeck today with the other two founders of Reality Sandwich, really nice people. So I'll keep you guys posted on any updates with that. My first news alert was for a screening of a documentary called I Know What I saw, it's all about UFO contact with officials of the likes as Air Force Generals from several countries, various military advisers and so on, so it's cool to see politics finally coming out with this stuff.

      That's about all. I'm exhausted, NYC commuting knocks me out, now I will go back to watching Frasier with my brother who came to visit! Later all!

    • Brakus

      Evolver.net

      5 years ago

      Check out this website it's a partner website with Reality Sandwich, a social network for conscious collaboration, I'm going to be interning for them. Maybe then I can find out what's they delay with publishing my article on Reality Sandwich!

    • Brakus

      Been away

      5 years ago

      Sorry for my absence, I went camping for about a week and then have been spending extra time today with Cait before she went back to school today, will get through the watch list soon, hope all is well with all of you!

    • Brakus

      Blame Solice Book 12 Wheel of Time

      5 years ago

      Partly for my disappearance from this site, for he was the one to turn me on to The Wheel of Time. I began the series last summer, leaving off with the fourth book. Picked the series back up this summer, and have been thoroughly addicted to it yet again. This time my girlfriend has becoming equally as addicted!

      This October, Book 12 will be releasedI'm looking forward to see how it goes, looks like the 12th book will be split up into three separate books due to it's length, it appears that Mr. Jordan described the end story on tape to his family and friends before he passed, so it should be in good hands.

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    • FushigiHime

      FushigiHime Interesting

      5 years ago

      I'll send you a quarter!

    • RevolutionX

      RevolutionX

      5 years ago

      What's up with me. What about you and your fancy new internship. And mega posting on pictures and journals. I'll just go down the list of things you posted on as I feel the need to reply to a few specifically.

      One. Thirst was great. Amazing. I think I liked it better than Let the Right One In. Hit all the notes you want a Vampire film to have...and then some.

      Two. Saturday Mourning Watchmen was someones interpretation of what Watchmen would look like if a greedy corporation got its hands one the property and made it G rated, like most people think comics are.

      Three. I find it awesome that your a fan of Way of the Gun also. Figured I was one of the few on this site who's a fan of it. McQuarrie's dialog in it is fantastic. Not to mention the real life weapon tactics.

      Four. I still drool when I see Gaiman's book collection.

      Five. Did you get your typewriter yet. People are selling some nice antique ones on EBay for pretty cheap. 50 dollars or so. They're not all fixed up, but some look in decent shape.

      Six. Shut the fuck up, Donny.

      As for what's up with me. Not a whole lot. Doing the Christmas shopping thing. With five sisters. A brother. A niece. Mum and her Boyfriend. Dad and his Wife. And a Uncle. I start a bit early to get everything. And that's not the whole family. Just the ones that come around. I'm not rich enough to get gifts for all of them.

      Past that been very lazy. Haven't read a single page of my current book for three weeks. Good book too. About Psychology. But I think I mentioned that to you already.

    • FushigiHime

      FushigiHime Interesting

      5 years ago

      I guess.

    • FushigiHime

      FushigiHime Interesting

      5 years ago

      it's the theme of my life!

    • FushigiHime

      FushigiHime Interesting

      5 years ago

      no change, you?

    • BloodFetish

      BloodFetish

      5 years ago

      Well written!

      No worries Im NOT NOT NOT getting that vaccine! My Grandpa was really, really pushing me getting both. I wasnt planning on getting either but since I usually get the regular flu shot (in past years Ive gotten it for free) I compromised saying Id get one but NOT the other.

      Big awkward argument with the grandparents who help me out with things.

      The whole swine flu is ridiculously blown out of proportion.

    • Heather

      Heather

      5 years ago

      All is ok, for the time being. smiley1.gif

    • FushigiHime

      FushigiHime Interesting

      5 years ago

      Thank you.

    • FushigiHime

      FushigiHime Interesting

      5 years ago

      I'll just continue to do what I do, one tiny baby at a time

    • FushigiHime

      FushigiHime Interesting

      5 years ago

      yeah, sad but true.