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Björk has a new podcast called "Sonic Symbolism" (shorefire.com)

First Three Episodes of The Weekly Series Launch September 1st via Mailchimp Presents, In Collaboration with Talkhouse

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

She has a song called Venus As A Boy. As I keep saying here, the great goddess of whom Venus is one version is Satan. Satan is male and female, and is often depicted in ancient religion as the goddess and her son, lover or consort. So that song is very occult.

Larrycoconut
Larrycoconut
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

I watched the video for that. She is *really* in to that egg. Couple of brief 1 eye moments, but Otherwise just her weirdness in kitchen proving why I don’t want her making my breakfast.

Not sure why, but since she went solo from the Sugarcubes, she has seemed one hot dog short of a picnic.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago
Reply to  Larrycoconut

I’ve always found her a little off-putting. The poster child for manic pixie.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Did you ever see the case of her stalker in the mid 90s? He mailed her a bomb and then killed himself on camera and the footage is completely out there. He was completely under whatever spell she was casting. I also find it weird how she is worshipping her lover at the time in that song like she gets obsessed easily. But the song is also rumored to be about a erotic French novel called The Story of The Eye by Georges Bataille.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

I know that book from a college French literature class. It’s tantric black magic, messing with bodily fluids and parts, and desecrating the host and a priest. It’s disgusting. I did not at the time know it was a Satanic book, but now it’s very obvious to me, with the sex magic and the one eye symbolism. Many things have become obvious to me since then. At this point I’d be scared of my own shadow if I didn’t know Jesus is real.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

I couldn’t imagine having to read that book for school and was speechless from just reading the plot summary. I have done my fair share of internet research on sex magic and they do admit the most powerful of them is doing it with someone your deeply in love with or by yourself. But coven members believe they virtually all are married which gives them the spiritual right to do the rituals together. You can actually use sex magic to cast a spell for virtually anything and I assume the elite uses advanced sex rituals to help cast spells on the population. It’s not just a recommended way to spellbound someone. But what is there enjoyments with filth about again? I do know part of it does have to do with inversion of God and Christ.

Last edited 1 month ago by frenchtoast2000
anon
anon
1 month ago

That’s pretty much the whole of it. They hate Jesus and their actions are according. Hopefully you know it’s why it’s JESUS specifically they hate. He is coming back one day and He will win

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Larrycoconut

I never bothered to get into Bjork because I always thought she was creepy. I remember seeing a unsettling video of hers as a kid when mtv still showed videos. It was like cyborgs having sex and from doing a little digging I was correct. It was a banned video for the song All is Full of Love. I did see on Spotify that she was in a band in the 80s though. They were in my recommendation and I saw she was in it and instantly lost interest.😂

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

Her screechy, yelpy voice grates on me. It’s like a banshee.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Yeah I always thought she wasn’t a very good singer either. I bet if she did audition for American idol she would of never been picked.

Larrycoconut
Larrycoconut
1 month ago

The band she was in is named the Sugarcubes. Look up some of their album covers and song titles. I listened to them back in the mid to late 90s pretty often, even though I could only find 3 of their CDs. Same with Bjork, as I got her first 2 albums (Debut and Post) when they dropped. I don’t think any of them have seen play at my house for 20 years now.

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
1 month ago
Reply to  Larrycoconut

And one thing I noticed is her album covers seem to be telling us something. Like it’s documenting her slow descent into complete madness since she starts out normal and then eventually look completely freaky and demonic. But she isn’t the only one with that completely documented.