SeCreation. Sex me precious, I’m a fat bastard.

Programming my bear arms to wave to right frequency.

I make a ton of metaphors, jokes and overall references to the physical body. Like skin, hair, eyes, brain, genitals, flesh, bone, muscle, sinew, bodily fluids or excretions, lips, tongue, teeth, fingers. Sphincters!

I do so because I have a physical body and (unless I am grossly mistaken) I believe it’s something every person can agree with have in common. Excellent.

We all have material, physical form. Check.

Therefore, we are also surely going to have the following in common, too:

  • The need to eat food. Calories, nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
  • We need to drink water to maintain hydration for optimum functioning. Lubricate the joints and mechanisms of your rusty, busty cage.
  • We need to sleep. Rest, heal, recharge. Dreaming is a perk, remembering them is not a guarantee.
  • You wear some form of clothing.
  • You maintain some level of hygiene.
  • Experience physical sensations in various parts of your body.

My blog pertains to harmonising the primal and primordial nature of existence through the written word. I write of arcane mysteries and archetypal forces through the lens of my personal mundane experiences. I use profane imagery such as sex, propagation, procreation, reproduction and well… NATURE, to demonstrate that the gods and characters of religious myth are archetypal caricatures of the human condition. Meta-mythic understanding of the social and self schema.

It can come across as pretty base, however, because of the subject matter. It seems that everyone is obsessed with sex, or complains about everything being about sex. I understand, but I also know that we are human, we are organic, and we cannot perceive things any other way than the way in which we know how…

We do not know how to see things differently because we have not been taught a different way. We do not know what we do not know, therefore how can we be held accountable for ignorance?

Well, again I would counter my own argument and say that we are often brought many different opportunities to experience and to learn from them. Life reveals itself to us through all of our physical and metaphysical (emotional, spiritual and intellectual) senses. Yet there are those who still ‘choose ignorance‘ because they have found the ultimate answer to everything, and therefore everyone else must be wrong.

Forgive me if this shows my ignorance for I am not of Indian culture and therefore have no idea the truth of the matter (I can only read and imagine. Living and experiencing something first hand is a far cry from theoretical hypothesis), but I see “Tantra” as connected to actions… what someone does, their practice… Is that right? I mean, please correct me if I am wrong, or direct me to a more refined understanding.

I do like to learn, but often people think that learning can only be found in the content and thus you have “bible bashing”, basically hitting someone with a big heavy book thinking that knowledge can be obtained that way.

On the other hand you have people who “beat around the bush” and think allusion is the way to enlightenment. But this doesn’t work either as this makes assumptions on the other person’s part. You cannot assume someone understands your viewpoint. Their silence is not a real answer.

I think that making clear distinctions and making it absolutely obvious what “you mean” and “did not mean” is imperative for growth and understanding.

Language is subject to interpretation, words are containers for meaning. There is no guarantee the reader is going to interpret your intended meaning. The more distance between you, your work, and the reader, the more likely your message to be manipulated and or exploited by some 3rd party leech.

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14 thoughts on “SeCreation. Sex me precious, I’m a fat bastard.

      1. I dunno? It’s fucked. But! I’m still here so you can just search my WordPress name if you wanted to check in every once in a while? It’s a bit of a hassle, but I do that with some blogs because – TECHNOLOGY IS WORST! Conspiracy, I tells ya.

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    1. I thought you were sick of my shit. LOL I’ve had people follow and unfollow me, I just thought they weren’t happy with my “lack of a consistent message” *shrugs*
      But I’ve noticed that happen with a couple of blogs I follow/ed too. It’s weird.

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        1. We take all our favourite pieces of different people to make a complete hybrid monster of all our favourite pieces stitched together. And think that this chimera will be the answer to our prayers – something, someone, who couldn’t possibly let us down.

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