posted on February 17, 2006 at 11:55 pm

goode morning you fiendss
how the @$%#@ are ya?
i was t’inking on the way here
some subjects, some topics
are so big ya cannae really discuss em
all ya will hear is the clamour
of a million people
all going crazy at the top of their lungs
or hitting the olde caps lock on the computah
y’know the ones i mean
the war
eating meat
the “gear”
the “straights”
evolution/divine design
im an icon and an iconoclast
im the devils advocate
and im a silly olde devil
im a saint
and a sinner
i played most parts they could think up
im no sage, mate
im just an olde rocker having his blog
i dont say dont eat meat cos i on my hi horse
i dont say dont eat meat just for the cows
i say it for you
if i was around in slavery times
and i say you know
this is wrong
this cruel
this is bad for them
this gonna end one day
am i a militant idiot
or the voice of reasonable humanity
i say now
i make this little predicktion for ya
for them that care to listen
and i been saying this since i was 18
one day the meat industry
will be regarded with the same abhorrence
as slavery
it already is by millions and millions
this abhorrence growing
more and more will see the light
we cannot live on this planet
and sysyematically
murder billions o dumb beasts
every day
and not pay that terrible price
get thee to an abbatoir, smart ass
yeah check out those cattle
the bloodngutsnpissnshit
you still want your steaky wakey
see those piggies
hundreds crammed together
screaming silently
as their lives grind on
from one miserable second to the next
you think you can fuckin eat that flesh?
we aint talking here some hunter in the woods
a deer comes along
its been happy free its whole life
it dont wanna get shot
but this hunter has to eat
thats one thing baby
i dont know about that
i dont live inna wood
thats never been necessary for me
i got a choice between clean vegetarian food
or some little packet
down the end of the supermarket where theres that
bad smell
(the smell of putrefaction …mmmmm)
theres little bits o chopped up corpse
from a variety of creatures
butchered up
how long ago was it murdered
how utterly atrocious was its “life”
is this what i wanna eat?
are you fucking crazy?
i not on my high horse
i just wanna share something with ya
that i grokked early on
meat is pain
if you want less pain
avoid it like the plague
it is the bird plague
another goose writes in
trying to get a rise outta yer humble hero
yeah sk
meat or HEROIN???!!
i guess il take the heroin dude…
it tastes better
and its easier to snort
its like comparing an orange to a mile
they dont intersect my olde fruit
you cannae compare em
they are both so surrounded in myth
people, drugs been around a long time
a war on drugs….
ha ha ha
yeah thats what we need
another war
i should know
i was on the “gear” a decade
a decayed
its terrible stuff my fiendss
you dont wanna mess with it
but i cant help thinking
its one of those things
that a prick like bush will scream
and while ya cheering cos some miserable junky
got busted
bush is in whereveristan bombing a fucking village
you know its true
theyre trampling all over yer rights
they got ya kneejerk reacting to the big badde words
oh protect us mr bush from heroin
and i dont care how many you gotta kill

and im so disappointed in ya fiendss
when you come on yon goode bohemian blogge
and spout your masters propaganda
so fuck that
turn the abbatoirs into kindergartens
give the third world free dope
and let the fuckin animals be
if you dont like that
i’ll be waiting to fight ya
in the middle of centennial park, tonite
and bring some fuckin power boyo
cos i float like a kilbey
and i sting like a butterfly
bring it on!!!

you chicken!


81 Responses to “blessings in disguise/nursing a viper at yer bosom”

  1. avatar
    Laurie | 18 February 2006 at 1:00 am #

    we all have choices- I say no to rudgs and team. See- I’m doing just fine thanks very much.

  2. avatar
    drak | 18 February 2006 at 1:23 am #

    um…food for thought….so wot’s your diet mr k? Having meself always been an omnivore- ark!ark! what does ye suggest as alternatives, for interest’s sake? I quite like lentils at times.

    I reckon myself that kangaroo’s ok, seems they’re ‘free range’, not kooped up.

    I know where you’re coming from, I’ve never visited an abbatoir and I’m too scared to. Might put me off meat f’rever.

    ‘all the children play and the bad things happen far away….’

  3. avatar
    krissythegroupie | 18 February 2006 at 1:41 am #

    Well, heroin is made from a plant right, so there ya go. Why these anons want to make you out to be a hypocrite of some sort, I don’t get. Ridiculous! Sad but true entry today… <3s to ya.

  4. avatar
    Drak | 18 February 2006 at 2:00 am #

    btw I’ve got a song about this topic, if anyone’s interested


  5. avatar
    mike | 18 February 2006 at 2:56 am #

    “one day the meat industry
    will be regarded with the same abhorrence as slavery” – good point sk!!

  6. avatar
    huckbuckle | 18 February 2006 at 3:06 am #

    Nice bloggy Mr. K. You have me questioning my carnivorous ways. I eat the meats, but I grew up in Chi town and da sausages and da beef are a hard habit to break. Damn those salamis!

    How do you feel about the fishies?

    A S.K. cookbook would be a tasty blog


    cheers to you my celery advisor
    much love,
    Wicked Tooth

  7. avatar
    Letango | 18 February 2006 at 3:17 am #

    This subject is too vast and complex for these fingers to touch by way of the slow, slow pecking of keys.

    With billions of us sucking from this mother, food IS political.

    No matter our evolutionary ecology, biological niches, Mon-SATAN-O GMO Pimpster, con(tra) Agra, and our dependence on technology– food is more than biological sustenance.

    It is now more than ever socio-political-eco-spiritual.
    I personally don’t believe there’s one path to enlightened eating, but do believe people need to eat more mindfully — FAR MORE mindfully.

    Being somewhat of a naturalist I tend to lean toward a basic macrobiotic approach — eat whole foods locally grown and eat in correspondence with the seasons. Now, if you are a goat herder in the African desert that WOULD include bleeding & milking your goat and drinking a mixture of the two. Hardcore! I would barf, but I’m certainly not going to advise them how to survive in the desert! And I’m certainly not going to promise them magical GMO corn seed that’s so dead it can’t reproduce.

    Hmmm… our food in so many ways, from planting to cultivation has been castrated and putrified. I think all our food, the way it is processed, is filled with death. Death and sugar.

    Whole food, whole life…blah…blah…
    what can I possibly contribute here?

    I choose life, I elect choice, I vote freely to get ME self free. I’d rather sew a few more stitches tonight and then go home and see my son’s shy smile and nurse ma scorpio baby and give PaPa a hug.

    Night. Too much commentin’ this eve. I’m tuckered. I leave this one to the best of you, who have far better webs to weave than I.

  8. avatar
    burning spear | 18 February 2006 at 4:17 am #

    Good on yer, Stevo. Meat is filth. I’ll talk with anyone who doesn’t think so in ten years or so when they’re on the operating table having strings of fat pulled out of their gut, or a triple bypass.

    I hardly trust anything the white man feeds me, as it is…

    Carry on with the cantankerousness, my goode basse player; it all goes toward the greater whole 😉

  9. avatar
    Andromeda7 | 18 February 2006 at 4:17 am #

    OK, can see you’ve got them e-salmon leaping to this one SK. Excellent topic for debate. I drink soy and replace a lot of meat protein w nuts/tofu/seeds and refuse pig because of the way it’s raised, eat free range eggs, fish once a week… But find if I don’t eat red meat a bit I feel very washed out. Try to make it non feed-lot beef as it’s more free range and they don’t mules them like they do to sheep. I care abt food raising, additives, growth hormones, read a lot, spread the word, eat yogurt without gelatine since I discovered it’s made from skin, often the lopped-off ears of pigs who’re raised with stalls they can’t turn in, kept from their piglets, no life… And the ears are where they clip the growth hormone tags banned in the EU because they’re carcinogenic. Aust produces two strains of meat – those without growth hormone implants for the EU market, those with for sadly under-cared for Australian market. Read labels, buy free range. I think we’re omnivores by looking at our teeth, our evolution, our spread, but mass farming has produced monstrous deviate cruelty and cancerous vile practices. Talk to shop managers, request food farmed humanely. Beef and cow’s diary products cause land clearing, lack of diversity, species deceases… We must think before we eat and campaign for treating animals with consideration and kindness. Is a domestic life better than no life? It depends… How can we be veg and be energetic and healthy too? SK, a recipe or two would be much appreciated. Especially some for families in a hurry…

    with much appreciation,

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 4:41 am #

    I would go vegetarian but a well cooked juicy steak is so delicious that I have no will power…so I just resign myself to my doomed ways…someone pass the sauce please.

  11. avatar
    Brad | 18 February 2006 at 4:52 am #

    Hmmm. I’m feelin’ such an ambivilencia. Abortion? such a taboo button, but really, kill it? Is it sentient? At what point? Never does one on that side try even for a moment to convince me there’s no pain. I feel it must be wrong at some point in spite of all my “humanitarian” friends who say with a single voice “protect a WOMAN’S RIGHT TO CHOOSE.” Ok, but what if IT’s a woman, her choice of life and living, or male what’ds the difference? “The war was wrong when the first child was killed” to quote you.

    But then why bring a creature into this world when he/she/it’s unwanted? More pain triple-fold ahead? I’m so torn. OK, I love the idea of prevention, morning after pill, first trimester conclusions, whatever, so I don’t fit the “pro-life” scheme, but “don’t eat meat – ok to kill something somewhat human and feeling?” What then? I ask you? This has been one of my long-time personal ethical dilemas. Sorry if that’s too thick/deep, but I feel you brought it up.

    I do enjoy your blog, no matter.


  12. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 4:52 am #

    No wonder you despised those music industry meat n greet sessions.

  13. avatar
    captainmission | 18 February 2006 at 5:46 am #



  14. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 5:46 am #

    Hot topic indeed…

    My reasons for being a vegetarian
    are more simple, I just don’t like
    meat of any kind, never have.
    I wasn’t raised vegetarian, I just
    decided at a young age I didn’t want to eat that stuff.
    My Mom used to tell me “if you don’t eat meat you’ll be anemic”.
    I didn’t know what an animal rights
    activist was at that age.

    And now.. I have Cats, I do my vegan thing and they do their
    carnivore sick thing and that’s

    Differences are cool, keeps it interesting, makes the world go

    Meow, maXine

  15. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 6:14 am #

    It was me who made the heroin/high horse comment.

    Me, Metal Petal.

    But saying that is not really coming out from behind my anonymous cover, really, is it.

    I am not just repeating politicians’ bullshit, I can come to my own conclusions.

    I spin for a living, I know what bullshit looks like.

    My comment was based on the fact that heroin is damaging to the body and mind of the user and the people around the user. Never touched it myself, but I once loved someone who did. Who is dead now. Ironically Sign O’ The Times by Prince was one of his favourite songs, but perhaps he did not listen to the lyrics closely enough. You can draw your own conclusions about his demise from that.

    Meat is murder, whatever. And I am a failed vegetarian. Wasn’t eating very healthily so decided my reasons for going there were being rendered nonsensical. Maybe it’s the pressure of being a ‘straight’ – having to get up of a morning, go to work, pay the bills, all of that mundane shit – such is my cross to bear. But I like what I do for a living, so I guess I am luckier than some.

    Love your music, love your blog. Just sometimes the preaching gets to me. And won’t be showing up at Centennial Park for a midnight duel- maybe Veale Gardens next time you’re in Adlebrains!

    Metal Petal

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 6:26 am #

    You wrote:

    “i dont say dont eat meat cos i on my hi horse
    i dont say dont eat meat just for the cows
    i say it for you”

    Sounds to me like enlightened self-interest i.e. selfishness. (No wonder you reckon that Crowley twit is cool…Crowley was a child-sacrificing bastard with pretenses to arcane knowledge — hermetic knowledge i.e. crapology — however, he was just a fat, decrepit, bald, ugly dude that couldn’t get laid until he said he was “master of the universe”…and if you buy that line you’re not only ripe for a scientologist’s recruitment drive but worthy of a First Class Doctorate in Wanking!! Yes, Evil is Banal. Btw, Crowley also thought that killing children and torturing them was good for him too! Charming man I’m sure!!!!)

    Anyway, my point with this post apart from pissing you off is to unequivocally state that your rationale for being a vegetarian sucks as far as I’m concerned. You might as well stuff your face with a BIG MAC — sorry man, but the logic underpinning your vegetarian diet is as ethically sound as Crowley’s logic for “doing what thou wilt”!!! They both are premised on the criteria of doing something they consider is best for “oneself”…humanity can’t move forward with this type of hedonist ideology…

    A vegetarian that does it FOR THE COWS!!!!

  17. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 7:02 am #

    Dear Steve,
    You take a strong position here- a very admirable one. A couple of questions come to mind:
    1) Do you eat fish?
    2) Do you use leather products, a part of the meat industry?
    These are persnickety points to some, and are not meant as a ‘gotcha’. Just curiousity; these issues are important to me (but this is not my forum). I respect your views.

  18. avatar
    AAA | 18 February 2006 at 7:23 am #

    SK I read earlier in you blog about your being bullied at school. Your bulling days at school brought pain to my heart as my son was bullied at school – thankfully only for a short time – as we did something about it and worked with his teacher, the other boy and his parents. My son is now a happy, passionate boy who knows that the bulling was not about him. However, we did get angry and I wish it never happened to him. I have always felt the cord that ties mother and child is something that also shares their pain and happiness. The boy who was bulling my son has now changed his behaviour and they are now friends. We were lucky – I have been told some horror stories.

    I recently bumped into a guy from my old school who was a bully – said he has been in therapy due to his feelings of gulit and shame at what he had done to other kids at our school. Turns out he was being abused at home on a regular basis and acted out at school – said he did not know how else respond to other kids and there was no love in his house. He said that this did not justify his behaviour but wished he had someone to help him. He said he is doing well but this will all take time – he has even caught up with guys he bullied and healed old wounds.

    I guess there is not always a reason or answer and I believe that children are born a blank sheet – and although it has not always easy I always keep in mind that they are children.

    Hope you are ok SK

  19. avatar
    I am contradiction | 18 February 2006 at 8:16 am #

    Oh well, I’m one big confused contradiction.

    I’m anti-drugs when I’m not on them.
    I study law(means to an end, someones gotta bail out the Bohos, what do you call a stoned lawyer fighting aginst the machine? straight or boho) but record music at night( what I wish I could get paid for that).
    Love animals, cry and get pissed off when I see them hurt and killed, but still eat them.
    Gave up ciggies after 20 years, hate others smoking around me.
    Hate the machine, but allow my self to be treated like crap on $16 bucks an hour.
    Go to gym but also want get wasted.
    Has any body seen The Coporation DVD, evil bastards!
    I don’t know anymore, but then again I don’t think I every have.
    Drunk people annoy me, yet I was one last week.
    I want a piece of peace.
    I want to be the most loving person on the planet, but I don’t want anyone to fuck we me either.
    I love love
    I hate hate
    I just want to be in a good mood.
    I don’t want think anymore.
    I’m guilty of everything, but have never done anything.
    Am I just human or completely fucked up?
    You decide

  20. avatar
    I am contradiction | 18 February 2006 at 8:34 am #

    I also write comments and never proof reed(sea)

  21. avatar
    Tony Pucci | 18 February 2006 at 8:36 am #

    you got spirit, sk
    how can you be
    “ye olde rockah”
    when the “rocknroll”
    makes you young?
    one of the best drugs there be
    that, and love
    rocknlove, tp

  22. avatar
    Slack but possible convert | 18 February 2006 at 8:55 am #

    Maybe you should link a vegie site to this blog, I don’t want to eat meat, but I do like it when it’s disguised.
    I think I’m willing to convert and no its not to please you.
    I just don’t like the idea of tortured animals, yet I’ve been conditioned to eat them my whole life and I know how lame that sounds,but I think you would find alot of people out there in the same boat.
    Write a vegie book and I’II buy it or recommend a good one, I would be interested, this could be the nudge I need.
    I don’t know where to start.

  23. avatar
    captainmission | 18 February 2006 at 9:21 am #

    its funny how crowley seems to scare people into extreme comments mostly based on a fiction created by their own moral superiority, show the the evidence ‘Anonymous’ otherwise your claims are accusations that cannot be supported, certainly there are so many inconsistancies on your link that it really is a badly executed peice of propaganda.
    Weather you like him or not Crowley was a brilliant man who explored conciousness as much as freud or jung but used a totally different language, he would have probably hated the industry that has been left in his wake, he had absolutly nothing to do with child sacrifice nor child sex, (i think you’re getting mixed up with the more conventional messengers of god), nowhere in his work does he allude to it at all. as far as being fat and bald and decrepid that may be the case, but so is the pope 🙂 generally his work has stood the test of time, and amalgamated much Daoist thought with a Western tradition, it has been mis represented and misunderstood but if any one took the trouble to read it they in context they would see it is actually quite harmless, unless you don’t like sexual yoga, tantra or the idea that you can manipulate your reality.

  24. avatar
    Hey Dude | 18 February 2006 at 10:19 am #

    Hey captainmission

    Is the crowley your talking about the dude that wrote that satanic bible thingy, I not well versed in that realm, but then again what do you expect, I just realised I used the word dude.

    Thanks Dude
    Hey Dude dont let things……
    (Beatles song right?)

  25. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 10:42 am #

    Captainmission..riddle me this…Why is the former Young Australian/Victorian of the Year, child activist Doctor Reina Michaelson (that does advocacy work on behalf of child abuse survivors) being vilified by the Ordo Templi Orientis?
    Child rights crusader faces lawsuit”

    by Kate Uebergang (“Herald Sun,” May 31, 2005)

    Melbourne, Australia – A SECRETIVE international society linked to the occult is using Victoria’s religious tolerance laws to sue a Melbourne anti-child abuse activist.

    Ordo Templi Orientis has started a suit against psychologist Reina Michaelson over internet claims it is a pedophile cult.

    Documents submitted to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal claim Dr Michaelson wrote an internet article linking the society to pedophilia, satanic rituals, and animal and child sacrifices.

    Ordo Templi Orientis national officer David Bottrill and member Brent Gray claim Dr Michaelson has vilified and misrepresented the society, which has a base in Gardenvale.

    “What is contained on the website could incite hatred and lead to violence against members of the OTO,” they said.

    Dr Michaelson, who won a Young Australian of the Year award in 1997 for founding the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program, said she was not the author but could attest to the article’s truth.

    “The document . . . that is the subject of the complaint describes the illegal ritual abuse of a young man,” she said in a letter to the Equal Opportunity Commission, which referred the society’s complaint to the tribunal.

    Dr Michaelson, who also runs Bravehearts Victoria, said the society’s text, The Book of the Law, advocated illegal activities.

    “Verses talk of blood rituals using children, eating flesh, the sacrifice of a child, the killing and torture of others and uninhibited ‘love’ without restraint,” she said.

    “I contend that the beliefs of the OTO are not lawful religious beliefs.”

    Dr Michaelson, who is overseas, said she would contest the claim when she returned in July.

    Ordo Templi Orientis, founded in Germany in 1902, does not actively recruit or advertise.

    Members follow the religion of Thelema, as taught by occultist and mystic Aleister Crowley.

    Their Australian website says it is dedicated to securing the liberty of the individual, taught through a series of initiation rites.

    Mr Bottrill declined to comment on the case.

    Ordo Templi Orientis has also filed a religious vilification claim against NSW man Dyson Devine, alleging the article was published on his website.


    So here, open your eyes Captainmission if you haven’t already succumbed to the darkside:

    As far as I’m concerned Crowley’s bullshit subject matter(according to reports by visitors to Crowley’s “Abbey”– it stank of shit!!) which underpins OTO principles including:
    “Do what thou wilt”,
    “Sacrifice a child”,
    “Have no pity” and

    are not just expressions of artistic freedom/bad taste but illegal in the sense it incites/ enshrines violence, murder, torture etc not to mention it’s just plain vile, inhumane, barbaric, evil etc etc etc…

    Here’s another beauty from Crowley’s Book of the Law:
    “We have nothing with the outcast and the unfit: let them die in their misery. For they feel not. Compassion is the vice of kings: stamp down the wretched & the weak: this is the law of the strong: this is our law and the joy of the world.”

    Real ‘highbrow’ stuff!!!!!

    But wait, there’s more! Perhaps another time folks.

    A vegetarian that does it FOR THE COWS!!!!

  26. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 11:33 am #

    For your perusal captainmissonimpossible:

    The ‘doctrine’ of Aleister Crowley from MAGICK in Theory and Practice, by The Master Therion (Aleister Crowley):

    “But the bloody sacrifice, though more dangerous, is more efficacious; and for nearly all purposes human sacrifice is the best.

    The animal should therefore be killed within the Circle, or the Triangle, as the case may be, so that its energy cannot escape. An animal should be selected whose nature accords with that of the ceremony–thus, by sacrifcing a female lamb one would not obtain any appreciate quantity of the fierce energy useful to a Magician who was invoking Mars. In such acase a ram would be more suitable. And this ram should be virgin–the whole potential of its original total energy should not have been diminished in any way. For the highest spiritual working one must accordingly choose that victim which contains the greatest and purest force. A male child of perfect innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory and suitable victim.”

    Yep, what a brilliant, benevolent chap!!!! (Could someone now pass me a sick bag please…….)

    A vegetarian that does it FOR THE COWS!!!!

  27. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 2:16 pm #

    Last bit folks….

    Captainmissionimpossible states: “it has [Crowley’s work] been mis represented and misunderstood but if any one took the trouble to read it they in context they would see it is actually quite harmless, unless you don’t like sexual yoga, tantra or the idea that you can manipulate your reality.”

    Yeah right…the dude was a genius, that’s why Crowley’s first wife ended up in a mental asylum, why the poet Yeat’s called him “an unspeakable degenerate”; novelist Somerset Maugham said that Crowley was one of the most evil men he had ever met; his own mother called him ‘the beast’; Crowley wrote ” I want blasphemy, murder, rape, revolution. Anything bad or good, but strong” [letter to Gerald Kelly] & “I have exposed myself to every form of disease, accident and violence. I have driven myself to delight in dirty and disgusting debauches”…

    Nah….no misunderstandings dude…Crowley was a nut, a bad poet, a bad man, a badass entrepreneur, unoriginal, a side-show alley prankster with as much magickal power as an ant’s for placing him in the same league with Freud & Jung…that’s a tad overambitious…however, I’m certainly not a fan of Freud or Jung but at least their theories don’t advocate human sacrifice!!!

    He wrote instructions for O.T.O. human sacrifices in his book “Magick,” published in 1930, p. 93:

    “The blood is the life. This simple statement is explained by the Hindus by saying that the blood is the principal vehicle of vital Prana. There is some ground for the belief that there is a definite substance, not isolated as yet, whose presence makes all the difference between live and dead matter.”

    “It would be unwise to condemn as irrational the practice of those savages who tear the heart and liver from an adversary, and devour them while yet warm. In any case, it was the theory of the ancient Magicians, that any living being is a storehouse of energy varying in quantity according to the size and health of the animal, and in quality according to its mental and moral character. At the death of the animal this energy is liberated suddenly.”

    “The animal should therefore be killed within the Circle, or the Triangle, as the case may be, so that its energy cannot escape.

    An animal should be selected whose nature accords with that of the ceremony, thus, by sacrificing a female lamb one would not obtain any appreciable quantity of the fierce energy useful to a Magician who was invoking Mars. In such a case a ram would be more suitable. And this ram should be virgin — the whole potential of its original total energy should not have been diminished in any way. For the highest spiritual working one must accordingly choose that victim which contains the greatest and purest force. A male child of perfect innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory and suitable victim.”

    “For evocations it would be more convenient to place the blood of the victim in the Triangle, the idea being that the spirit might obtain from the blood this subtle but physical substance which was the quintessence of its life in such a manner as to enable it to take on a visible and tangible shape.”

    “Those magicians who object to the use of blood have endeavoured to replace it with incense. For such a purpose the incense of Abamelin may be burnt in large quantities.”

    “But the bloody sacrifice, though more dangerous, is more efficacious; and for nearly all purposes human sacrifice is the best.”

    O.T.O. Law quoted from “Liber CI” in “Occult Theocrasy,”

    So enlighten me captainmissionimpossible, in what context would the above quote be “harmless”? Did I miss the “punchline”? I think not dude…Crowley’s crap is fit for Hannibal Lector’s poetry recital in Maximun Secruity or your humble toilet bowl…full-flush please with a dash of hospital grade bleach added for good measure…

    Cheers 🙂
    A vegetarian ever on the side of good & truth!!!

  28. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 2:41 pm #

    Good blog Stevo…

    have ya ever had the notion to pen a Vegan Cookbook?

    Brian Turner

  29. avatar
    onan | 18 February 2006 at 4:58 pm #

    tell us more about your schooldays SK.
    for instance, did you play cricket ?
    i needs to know.
    did you ever sneak into the girls toilets for a looksie.

  30. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 7:22 pm #

    Violence never solves anything chief.

    It bummed me out you conmpared Heroin to the Meat.
    I understand the point you were tryin’ to make. But ‘cmon.

    Heroin has turned a few of my friends into right cunts(lying, stealing, just general ass-holeness.)

    I agree with the sentiment not the delivery.

    Hope you are well.

  31. avatar
    RA | 18 February 2006 at 7:43 pm #

    Fackin ell..

    Crowley/meat/wankology interface or what?

    I don’t eat meat because I want my food to be ethically produceed and bexause the meat INDUSTRY is a machine that is unsustainable and is helping to kill the planet and keep the poor poor and the rich rich.

    That said we are all hypocrites and I’m doing my best. Hypocrisy is a matter of degree and “Hypocrisy is the greatest luxury”

    SK, I love the fact that you say what you feel. More of that in this world and we’d be better off. It’s also pleasing to know that one of my musical heros shares a good deal of my own attitude to the world arround me. I find it hard to like music made by people whoa ren’t conscious of the sort of thinbgs you write about. There are exceptions of course. I have no idea really about Geddy Lee’s politics, but I love his music.

    Keep on.

    Peace and love,


  32. avatar
    RA | 18 February 2006 at 7:45 pm #

    Oh, by the way..

    I’m off to see Julian Cope rock like a bastard on Friday next week. It’ll be just divine.

    Just thought I’d share that with you all. 🙂


  33. avatar
    eek | 18 February 2006 at 8:23 pm #

    theglynnisjohns, if you read through SK’s entry again I think you will find he doesn’t compare heroin to meat (someone else made the comment in a previous entry).

    In fact, SK’s comment about the comparison is:

    its like comparing an orange to a mile
    they dont intersect my olde fruit
    you cannae compare em

    And I strongly suspect Steve wouldn’t punch anyone out…unless you were snarfing down a big burger and cut him off in traffic. 😉

  34. avatar
    krissythegroupie | 18 February 2006 at 8:29 pm #

    Anon, shut the crap up already! Didn’t he say it wasn’t *just* for the cows? Um, which means, *in addition to* the cows. He says its bad for both the animals and mankind. You should read more and comment less.

  35. avatar
    Laurie | 18 February 2006 at 9:46 pm #

    say, I really can’t do without chocolate for the rest of my life, and the best chocolate is about half milk- rich and creamy like toblerone! I’ve always enjoyed cheese far more than drinking milk. I’m not a crystal clear vegan, oh, no! but, this is how I like my diet- fish and milk products are what work for me.

    It really sickens me and my family that we’re one of the few independent farm property owners, and the gov’t has too much say about our products. I.E. keeping grain in silohs for years on end. In voting, I only vote on things I think I have knowledge of and that pertain to my interests. Even then, I find it hard to trust the system. However, I do believe in the power of one and that little ol me can make a difference. Hey man, you said it your self- you can do anything you desire.

    I don’t really want to get into discussing other writers ideas- Satre’s the only one I’ve liked so far. I’d rather focus on Steve’s ideas and how we react.

    I like someone’s idea about a recipe book- wouldn’t be complete without the ‘great one’s reasonings’. I’ll give up a recipe for example. I love it because it’s healthy, the flavor is very satisfying, and well- it takes about 5 or 10 minutes.

    Mango Lassi (smoothie, milkshake)
    1 part plain yogurt
    1 part juice or milk
    1 part fresh or frozen mango
    sugar or honey to taste

    blend until frothy or to the pulp you like. A hand blender in a glass in perfect, not much to clean up! Sometimes, I like to add some store bought smoothie mix, or change the fruit(s).

    If you’re thinking about edging away from a meaty diet, fresh colorful produce IS the most flavorful and healthy. OBVIOUSLY.

    Keep going Steve, it’s really healthy to see you talk about a vegan diet. Can’t say I’m altheway there, but…!!

  36. avatar
    Kev | 18 February 2006 at 10:28 pm #

    This is really nice, Steve, thanks.

    I have to admit I don’t understand anyone who goes on a blog like this and says, “you’re wrong for saying that” or “I wish you weren’t preachy”. I mean, you may as well go up to a tree and say, “I wish you weren’t so leafy.” But the tree’s not really there to please you, is it? And if you can’t take pleasure in it as it is, why regard it?

    The blog o’ sphere is a great place to see all kinds of tense, defensive, even desperate comments and think, wow, how much repressed tension and frustration, and loneliness, there is.

    This isn’t to slight anyone–I’ve made petulant comments elsewhere on the ‘net that I’d like to take back–but how could anyone see the gigabytes of bickering across so many blogs and not think–what if we chose to do something different with this? What is all these voices were-ked together instead of against?

    All that said, this seems to be one of the mellower corners of the o’ sphere I’ve seen. Good on everyone using these arcane verses as springboards to thoughtfulness and self-unraveling.

    Kevin (enjoyer of Kilbey & Church-related music for 16+ years, and most definitely counting…)

  37. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 10:50 pm #

    that “lump of death” metaphor made it for me. at least temporarily stopped my appetite for meat. will never give up cheese. read Great Cheeses Of The Universe for an introduction.

    One thing I find hard to understand – whenever a vegetarian of whatever observance talks about Vgtrnism, someone pops up describing a juicy, well-cooked steak. Definitely juicy, well-cooked brains, I guess.

  38. avatar
    Anonymous | 18 February 2006 at 11:02 pm #

    Hey there, Aleister Crowley slasher. Dig your style! I want the truth and nothing but the truth, as somebody famous once said or maybe he wasn`t famous….! Anyway, history is full of these silly assholes posing as I-know-it-all-much-better-than-you pompous goats tricking all these naive souls into believing THEY possess some kind of knowledge only THEY have! Come to us for Salvation, boys and girls! It`ll cost you a penny or two but it`s worth it. Nirvana is just around the corner, if only you will listen to ME, buy all my books and expensive courses in self-developement. Holy Cow! A recent example of this kind of behaviour is the previously named Bhagwan Shree Rajnesh, these days renamed Osho who in the eightes moved to the US of A and established a big commune/ashram out in the middle of nowhere (state of Oregon, I think), put up a big fence around it and had armed guards protecting the Holy Premises. Inside the premises the great guru banana had a team of sexy nurses on stand-by to take care of his ailments while in the garage 10 or 15 Rolls Royces were lined up to take the great man to wherever his fancy took him. A lovely life! In the end he was thrown out of the country, relocated at Poona, his base in India and kept on the “good” work. Mostly Westerners kept coming in to achieve enlightenment, nirvana and all the rest of it at his hands. The Great Guru has passed on, but the Ashram is still there. Business as usual, folks! The show must go on!
    I got a little report from my daughter who is in India these days. She visited Poona, was let into the ashram – the big hall, and witnessed dozens of eager, devoted devotees dancing their heads off to the techno version of “Love Is In the Air”. She collapsed in laughter and went off to visit the Bodhi tree where Buddha was enlightened instead. Much better vibrations! And it didn`t cost a penny! Funny how Enlightenment suddely has a price on it`s head these days….! Flashy types pretending to know it all demanding money to give away the Great Secret! Fuck `em!
    Meanwhile, back to headquarters…..
    And mr. Kilbey (almost forgot), your music is highly appreciated in this corner of the big infinite universe! You`ve got the Touch!

  39. avatar
    buzby | 19 February 2006 at 12:17 am #

    haha… hey! i was there at the park.. where were you!? you ficken!(fake chicken).

    ya definately got me thinkin about the meat thing. i’ve never really liked the taste of it anyway. already not much of a meat eater. but, it seems very difficult to go all vegan. maybe some food suggestions would be good. maybe that’s a side blog though eh?

    and for all the wordy posters… please… keep it short huh? there’s always tomorrow’s blog to *see* yourself talk.

  40. avatar
    sue cee | 19 February 2006 at 12:34 am #

    Laurie – Im with you. Looking forward to when the big supermarkets disappear and stop stomping on the little guys. Buy fresh produce at the markets if you can, the little shopkeeper down the road. Organic!!! Love to you SK ya bastard x

  41. avatar
    Confession Box | 19 February 2006 at 12:40 am #

    I just realised that this is the first place in my life I can confes and be anon, since I fucked off the catholic church at the age of 12.
    Confession does have alot of merit. I’m telling you guys things I would never share with anyone else I deal with in day to day life and my little soul feels alot better for it.
    Things come in strange ways don’t they!
    I’m not sure if there is a god or not, don’t have that kind of faith, but there is definitely something under the surface.
    Thanks SK
    Maybe you are a High Priest after all.

  42. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 12:43 am #

    oj, oj, oj
    mycket ljud, bra att alla tycker mycket

  43. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 12:49 am #

    Like I am Contradiction said,
    rent The Corporation DVD and you will be enlightened.

  44. avatar
    MEM | 19 February 2006 at 3:29 am #

    …and we’ve got to get ourselves
    back to the garden

  45. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 3:51 am #


    I enjoyed this one,

    This trout has migrated to some deeper waters for the time being.

    I find myself swimming in North Carolina and desparately want to find my way back to Montana where I spawned.


  46. avatar
    captainmission | 19 February 2006 at 4:03 am #

    Mr. Anon
    Okay it’s impossible for me to discuss with you here and now my defence of AC. against the claims you make. Not because I can’t but this is really not the forum, plus as far as his followers go, i have no real information on what they say or do, neither do i have an interest. You are quite welcome to take this up with me further if you wish but i get the immpression you have quite fixed veiws on the subject.
    Perhaps what i can say is the mistake people often make about AC is to take a literal interpretation of his work. This is common with most spiritual, magical or transformative writings (ye old bible being a good example ) and was compounded by the fact AC wrote in a very verbose and provocative way, partly due to a reaction to the ultra religious environment he grew up in and also due to the morality of the times. But he was also aware at how vilified he had become, particularly by the media, and instead of playing it down as any sensible magician would, he played it up. The newspaper that christened him the most vile and evil man on the planet was the daily telegraph, which had its own motives for doing so, in much the same way we are told osama is evil by a ‘good’ US administration, and it’s expected to be believed as black or white, we all know the truth ain’t white or black.
    Thus references in his work to child sacrifice to the unenlightened (please don’t take literally) would appear as exactly that. However in magickal terms this means ‘ejaculation.’
    That is one example of how misunderstood AC ‘s work is. There are infinite others.
    To read ‘magick and theory’ without any idea of the context is like trying to read a book in Chinese (assuming it is not you’re native tongue).
    His wife did indeed end up in an institution, due to alcoholism which at the time, was deemed a mental illness. It would be foolish to deny that AC was not a very likable person, if you wanted to look, there were quite a few personality traits that made him disagreable, yes Yeats and various others from the establishment all disliked him, he was not a popular figure, never conforming to society’s expectations or conventions, which is possibly why Tim Leary always said he was AC’s reincarnation. Did you know that TL was also dubbed the most evil man in the world.
    As far as the court case goes i can’t respond to it as i don’t have the facts. The OTO post AC is beyond my realm of experience so i again cannot comment on it.
    I would like to point out that i am not a follower of AC but i have read most of his work in a context and stand by the points i made earlier. One does need to leave behind their moral frame works when entering AC territory, and although he appears shocking and contraversial he is only stating in terms what Tantric masters in the East have been doing for years and unless you have direct experience of the Kundalini rising then I guess it’s meaningless.
    Anyway’s I assure you that i have not gone over to the dark side, i have not gone over to the light side either, the idea that the universe is dualistic is something i never really understood as a truth. Perhaps you can explain it to me?
    For those that are intrested or perhaps desire a more balanced veiw I suggest reading, ‘Do what thou Wilt’ by Lawrence Sutin or the excellent Perdurabo by Richard Kaczynski. Phd.
    Love and Rockets

  47. avatar
    fergal | 19 February 2006 at 4:56 am #

    ‘we arranged to meat 1 night
    at a bar called aphrodite …’

  48. avatar
    Hey Dude | 19 February 2006 at 5:26 am #


    Don’t you think verbose is quite a wordly word?

    Thanks Dude

  49. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 5:37 am #

    If people keep making these massive comments I’m going to come around to your house and drown your gold fish!

  50. avatar
    captainmission | 19 February 2006 at 6:19 am #

    Verbose is a wordly word dude, so is obtuse and isometric, and anon, apologies for my long comment, i’ll try to keep them much shorter in future. My goldfish says ‘hi’ and thanks you for your offer 🙂

  51. avatar
    Hey Dude | 19 February 2006 at 6:26 am #

    Thanks Dude

  52. avatar
    hey dude | 19 February 2006 at 6:58 am #

    I no I speak english good, but what has math got to to with anything, I think you are a little UNarticulate though and your spellinig is quiet franklly shit.
    Thanks Dude

  53. avatar
    Laurie | 19 February 2006 at 7:08 am #

    but murdering goldfish offends me.

    hi Sue C.
    Glad you like to shop fresh and independently! There’s a great family owned grocer 1 block from me where they have the bestest freshest produce. Ah ha, no competition for the corporate fellas who sell a not so good produce (for the same price). bastids.

    I miss my grand parents’ most beautiful jungle of an orchard- they ‘grew the strangest fruit, it wasn’t mother nature that made those trees take root’… jus’ kiddin’. Hey, what does that mean Steve?

    As Always,

  54. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 8:45 am #

    No you’re absolutely right captainmissionimpossible…silly me to question the many references to human sacrifices in Crowley’s work…the dude was just working his mojo – right? A little hot and heavy dirty talk with the goats gets em’ randy eh…YEAH baby! I mean what was I thinking…To take him literally… O what I philistine I am. What Crowley is really saying when he writes “It would be unwise to condemn as irrational the practice of those savages who tear the heart and liver from an adversary, and devour them while yet warm” is “I love my lover licking chicken liver pate from my loins”. Kinky lil’ devil ain’t he…a real lady-killer…And all those reports by survivors of Crowley and OTO’s house of horrors…shame on them, they’re all liars!…Quite right quite right…clearly Crowley is a sage…clearly he knew the secrets of the universe…his mastery of yoga clearly evident in his ‘sitting duck with a bowling bowl’ pose (as seen on his deep occidental understanding of Eastern esoteric disciplines…as for being a powerful magician he was peerless– his ability to conform reality to his will (btw is “will” magickal speak for “dick?”) was so effective…obviously that dilapidated boarding home he died in alone & friendless, as a heroin addict was his life’s grand design…sure went out in a blaze of glory….gee maybe I might get some pointers and model my life after this genius…what a humanitarian…what great prose he jotted…a role model for vegetarians and peace-lovers everywhere! He is a poster boy example of how magick can help u !!

    Cheers 🙂
    A vegetarian ever on the side of good & truth!!!

    PS You asked what my spin is captainmissionimpossible…well, let’s say you can count yourself lucky my man, ’cause today, I iz gonna give you the all powerful secret of the dualistic universe thik and hard. This is my great weltanschauung…let the records show:
    “If thou quacks like yea duck thou is a duck!”

    Want more guru advice? Do as the Wiseman’s daughter did and visit the great Bodhi tree where Buddha was enlightened…tis’ free my boy, no need to pay a fee, dance to techno, eat shit or sacrifice babies…

    Btw dude… I still dig the Church!! Even if SK hates my posts/ me or doesn’t eat meat because it’s good for him…No need either to dance naked in the moonlight with virgin goats to appreciate a good sound …still enjoy reading his blog too dude…just not a sycophant…Love and Rocket Salad

  55. avatar
    do it for love | 19 February 2006 at 9:15 am #

    I don’t want rain on your fervent parade vegetarian FOR THE COWS, but really, all this bashing when the very quote you used to make your tenuous link between sk’s and crowley’s behaviour actually said “don’t eat meat JUST for the cows”.

    I would like to say to you and anyone bothered with the discussion that you cannot do it just for the cows. It is by listening to our conscience, love and empathy that we should reach these conclusions and it’s that part of ourselves that is appeased when we act on such feeling. That’s a beautiful thing right! The cows benefit, we benefit, it’s mutual. However, if on the other hand we modify our behaviour to pursue politically correct or moral agendas for the purpose of playing them like cards in a game of moral one upmanship then that would probably fit your description of enlightened self-interest and whatever else you like to feel about that. In that case the cows benefit but I suspect our ego’s would only get larger, not diminish, that’s a bad thing right?

    As for Crowley, I know literally nothing about him so I guess I will have to go and find out for myself, your judgment seems somewhat clouded. The aggression in your last comment is not doing your cause one bit of good!

  56. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 9:19 am #

    That’s it “anon above” and captainmission, both your goldfishys are going down and don’t care how many goldfish I have to drown.

  57. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 9:32 am #

    Engarde dude…I’m waitin’ for ya with my coconut nunchuker and celery sticks!

  58. avatar
    hong kong phooey | 19 February 2006 at 9:56 am #

    i’m wiff ya capt.

  59. avatar
    Sacred Cow | 19 February 2006 at 10:09 am #

    Hells bells, how much more of vegetarian for the cow’s vitriole do we have to endure? I’d rather dance naked in the moonlight with virgin goats than read another one of your posts. You can have your say without being an utter cow about it. No offence to cows.

  60. avatar
    60 Minutes | 19 February 2006 at 10:20 am #

    If you live in Australia, buy a Big Mac and watch 60 Minutes next Sunday at 8.30 and tell me if it tasted good.

  61. avatar
    Likewowman | 19 February 2006 at 11:06 am #

    60 minutes-big macs-virgin goats-coconut nunchakers-drowned goldfish- hong kong phooey-lots of dudes dude- alister crowely-techno-carljung-ducks -buddha-love and rocket salad-captainmissions-confession box-swedish I don’t understand-contradiction-frothy mango lassie-heroin-kissthegroupie-juliancope-freud-forthecows-womens rights-btusa-vegans-metalpetals-satanic rituals-cook books-a piece of peace-kangaroos-orditempliorientis

    all in a day of a steve kilbey blog

  62. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 11:33 am #

    Get the Bowie cut and paste out, could be a whole album in that!

  63. avatar
    Anonymous | 19 February 2006 at 5:56 pm #

    Lapdance Emission and Doin’ it with the Cows… you’re bloggin’ on the man’s blog, have you no shame??? you’re like school at 4 in the morning…..

    no class…

    no Sundae blogge makes me twitchy, sorry….

  64. avatar
    roots, radicals, rockers... | 19 February 2006 at 10:12 pm #

    Walking thru the meat dept. at the super often brings to mind what Jeffrey Dahmer’s freezer must’ve looked like. Mmm…meat! Blood and guts, more like.

    On a totally unrelated note, pls pass on some good wishes to the Powles family this week. Good juju from this woods of the neck…

  65. avatar
    Georgie | 19 February 2006 at 10:51 pm #

    Great points, ponderings.
    Just thinking about what will happen to all those animals when we stop eating them.
    No more cows frolicking in the paddocks anymore.
    That sad too.

  66. avatar
    rubikon | 19 February 2006 at 11:04 pm #

    I don,t eat any mammals i.e. any red meat because a) I don’t think it’s too good for you and b) more importantly mammals are not too different from us genetically and some of these poor creatures may well have some awareness of what’s happening to them in the abattoirs of this world. I do eat fish and very occasionally a bit of chicken and maybe I’m not quite so far down the road to enlightenment as some but that’s where I’m at.

    I woudn’t ever do heroin – it’s just one rubikon I have never and would never cross – again I don’t think it does you a hell of a lot of good and it’s just a little too addictive – some people can handle it – maybe? but I know I couldn’t – F**K – I can’t even give up ciggies. I do like an occasional smoke and the hallucinogenics were… well interesting!

  67. avatar
    captainmission | 20 February 2006 at 12:25 am #

    Okay Anon. I concede. I totally respect your right to believe whatever you want and it was foolish of me to think i may offer an alternative approach to AC and his work. For you he is evil incarnate and no one should mention his name without being tarred with the same brush. For me, i just think there’s more than one way to look at something, I don’t believe everything i read, i don’t have issue with other peoples beliefs either. I was only responding becuase there are many ways to look at AC not just yours. If people want to make their own investigations then great, so be it. If people want to react rather than respond, no problem, i never belive anything, unless i experience it and have first hand knowledge of it, maybe thats a problem for others but it is the way i am wired.
    Lets just agree to disagree without resorting to degrading our comments further and take away from what an intresting and diverse blog we both enjoy.
    I am glad that you don’t eat meat for cows. I am also glad that you enjoy sitting under trees and being a buddhist, i hope it brings you contentment and inner peace. These are very noble causes.

  68. avatar
    Anonymous | 20 February 2006 at 11:40 am #

    You mean after all that you still admire that evil geezer Crowley. Captainmission, wots wrong witch u dude? You sound like a cool dude… why iz u then digging the wrong type of boho? Crowley was a mean mutha…you iz been duped man. I think you’re falsely attributing a profound experience you’ve had to him…(you don’t sound like you’re 105 or are curious about goats?)….

    Btw, although I often visit Nan Tien Temple as a form of spiritual retreat and read Buddhist philosophy (which resonates with my personal ethics) I don’t classify myself as a Buddhist.

    A vegetarian ever on the side of good & truth!!!

    PS Dude, could you take the fart hex off me. I had bad gas all day. Also, if you’re planning further astral attacks don’t botha dude!!I’ve now draped my computer in a garland of garlic bulbs and sprinkled a circle of salt ’round my room so you can’t wreak havoc with my internal flora again! Man, I hate those charcoal tablets !! For Pete’s sake…if you don’t wanna do it for me do it for the Ozone dude!!!!

  69. avatar
    Anonymous | 20 February 2006 at 7:59 pm #

    A Big man’s juicy steak becomes a Impotent memory flash of hunters who lived to survive.
    it is not your honor or your being that slayed the creature
    it was the devils who took your blood money
    “I never took a potshot at a wounded beast
    but I guess you never really met the deceased”

    -To the connected spiritual mind and heart
    it is not a question of cruelty, blood spilling and suffering, it is of that and more..
    the truth tells us that we should not harm the Lord’s creatures, because we too harm ourselves, we lose ourselves in the exchange, we too are the Lord’s creatures
    the innocence of the lamb
    It is what you can see, that you can feel, can you feel it, can you feel it!

    So what do you see? the Screams of invisibility
    Knowing that you scream too..
    only your afraid cause you could save them if you wanted to..
    you could save them if you needed to,
    save your children and yourself,

    we live in a state of Maya, but there is always a way and there is a way..

    we have no choice but to evolve,
    Go Veg its easier than you think…..

    Chemicals of horror surge
    tails stiffen
    teeth chatter
    eyes heaven denied
    legs buckle drag
    how can you smile
    how are your dreams
    chemicals surge in a life
    you never get to see
    beyond the Saw

    Check out John Robbins, Diet for a New America,
    *not limited to america, phenomenal book, no preach just truth…

    peace Jaime A. Rodriguez

  70. avatar
    Anonymous | 20 February 2006 at 8:29 pm #

    Thanks Jaime A. Rodriguez. Go Veg people!

  71. avatar
    Anonymous | 21 February 2006 at 4:05 pm #

    Steve –

    Great post. I loved it. I’m a big meat eater myself, though I’ve often felt quite bad about that fact. Nothing beats the taste of a juicy burger, and I’m simply too weak to stop eating them. This is compounded by the fact that I hate vegetables (believe it or not). I wish I could be a vegetarian, but there would be little left for me to eat. I’m not happy about that fact… Anyway, I really appreciated and enjoyed this post. Can’t wait for the next one.

    All the best.

  72. avatar
    Tim | 22 February 2006 at 12:19 am #

    I appreciate your concern, but I will continue to eat meat and own slaves until somebody forcibly stops me.

    I tried the veggie thing for a while, but my runny bum was making me squat five x’s a day. That ain’t fun.

  73. avatar
    the eye of the needle | 23 February 2006 at 11:50 pm #

    Me no chicken, Me over-evolved T-Rex

  74. avatar
    Hannibal Lechter | 23 February 2006 at 11:51 pm #

    I’m hungry..

  75. avatar
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  77. avatar
    Anonymous | 28 April 2006 at 4:20 am #

    Came across this randomly – I just want to support “anonymous” –

    Crowley wrote explicitly about child sacrifice and the claim that these references are ‘metaphorical’ are troubled by (for instance) Crowley’s statement that a male child ‘of high intelligence’ was preferable for sacrifice.

    If he was referring to ritual masturbation, as his apologists would have us believe … how does semen have ‘high intelligence’?

    Crowley has one message for insiders – rape, pillage, do what you wilt – and another for outsiders – I didn’t mean that, it’s all poetry.

    I know firsthand of the ritual abuse network exposed by CSAPP and Dr Michaelson. The perpetrators do things that only Crowleyites/Thelemites do: for instance, the harvesting and consumption of menstrual blood to create “cakes of light”.

    They also celebrate Crowleymas (Crowley’s bday, Oct 12) – and I’ve got the proof – the bedsheet that they painted a curse on when they broke into my house and vandalised it on Crowleymas Eve last year.

    No Christian fundie here. I don’t have anything against Crowley that I wouldn’t have against any random person who wrote poetry about the joys of raping and killing children. But there are people that take his works very, very seriously and they are using him to justify some fucking awful shit.

  78. avatar
    Sean Cody | 2 July 2006 at 5:45 am #

    I just wish that 1% of the interent community understood this topic as well as you did. Thankyou!
    Have a great one.
    Sean Cody

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  81. avatar
    Anonymous | 20 February 2009 at 9:53 am #

    I reckon myself that kangaroo’s ok, seems they’re ‘free range’, not kooped up.

    Buddhist shop

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