Return conversation with The Skrauss, on the superculture & the Hollywood heart of darkness.
Part One: Movable Darkness (0 – 27 mins)
Jasun in the UK, the new book, the Hollywood spell, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Charles Manson, Roman Polanski, TV-programmed killers, innocents in Hollywood, David Fincher’s disinfo delivery device, Marlon Brando’s contempt, parallels between Polanski & Jeffrey Epstein, Epstein’s sex slaves, Epstein’s death, the iceberg of superculture, Polanski’s admission, Victor Frykowski & the Polish drug scene, the MDMA project, Polanski’s baby, Sydney Korshack, Robert Evans, & the Hollywood mob clique, the real bad guy, the Charles Watson murders, moving the darkness
Part Two: The Business of Superculture (27 – 57 mins)
A big show, Susan Atkins’ mob lawyers, inventing Helter Skelter, developing paranoid awareness, Sharon’s baby, researching satanism, Anton LaVey’s rumor, the Hollywood matrix, the business of superculture, predators procedure, starlets & crack whores, blow jobs for bit parts, the lure of illusion, breaking the addiction, developing conscious choice, the theater of cruelty, a dark space, Plato’s cave, a light in darkness, surrogate religion, divine intervention, the danger of self-rejection, Montaigne, the trap of condemnation, drinking & the unconscious, the flip-side of The Blood Poets, a body of evidence, Tarantino & toxicity.
Part Three: A Satanic Infection (57 mins – 1 hr 25 mins)
The reviews, Harvey Weinstein, the liberal cluckers, Tarantino’s cunning, George Hodel & the Black Dahlia murders, the gloaters, Man Ray, surrealism & serial murder, the roots of Dadaism, Artaud, transcendence thru transgression, theater & animal sacrifice, nefarious connections, a satanic infection, the shapers of culture, firing into a crowd, ways of extraction, the parasite, Dave Oshana’s enlightenment, removing the trauma implant, the machinery of implantation, brain damage, Kirk Douglas the rapist, a dream of being retard, the life of a saint, the physicality of imagination.
Part Four: The Baby in the Bathwater (1 hr 25 mins – end)
The function of imagination, a hidden aspect of reality, imagining God, metaphors & images, experience & understanding, Oshana’s maxim, the mind’s creation, the cinema of sleep, the underlying agenda, the Luciferian challenge, Steiner’s model of imagination, imagining the workings of the divine, sovereign self-expression, disidentifying with the artist, physical & mental activities, an epiphany with hardware, the baby in the bathwater of satanism, the limitations of Saturn, the ambition to be competent, becoming a plumber, making sure the physical universe functions, makers of culture, an art world conundrum, the fight between art & crafts.
Songs: “The Same Thing” by Nobody’s Business; “PTSD Blues” by Ex Luna; “My Ground Brakes Crank” by Tendon Levey, “Heart of Stone” by the Raveonettes.