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Venezuelan musician Arca's weird technocratic/psychosexual music video

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Venezuelan musician Arca’s weird technocratic/psychosexual music video

 From an article: “’Prada’ is about celebrating psychosexual versatility. [It’s] a song explicitly about transness and nonbinary modes of relating the sexual energy of the collective subconscious as a celebration of life”. As the combo song continues, the dominant synth washes emerge louder and more insistent as desire and carnal emotions rise. “Rakata” is a song about seduction, about wanting to devour the entire world out of a desire to f*ck, without shame, free from condemnation, about sex as a life impulse in the face of death.” That’s reflected in the rising urgency of the track.”

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
3 months ago

The first scene shows the Scarlet Woman riding the Beast. I think that the way they styled the Beast here it is meant to be the Set animal, the Sha, from Egyptian art. It’s an enigmatic hieroglyph that seems to be a mythical creature or an extinct one and it represents the god Set, who is Satan. The man in the cube has a tail, like genetically engineered Nephilim. The piles of corpses look like a Hieronymus Bosch painting of hell. The two headed fallen angel is the alchemical Rebis, a symbol of the tantric risen kundalini, which is the completion of the “Great Work” of alchemy. In the scenes with it, notice that the skeletons and some of the animals also have two heads. This video is not a celebration of life. I think it’s depicting Antichrist world.

Vievie
Vievie
3 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Also Sisyphus at the end.

As a graphic artist, I’m rather blown away by the artistic skill that went into this video, but it’s so dark and horrible feeling ~ I definitely do NOT get a vibe of “celebration of life” nor does it feel sexually appealing to me. I really don’t understand these men: (a) you can put on all the makeup and lingerie in the world, but you’ve still CLEARLY got both the face and physique of a man, surely that’s obvious? and (b) WHY are they absolutely obsessed with sexing up everything that moves? I get that, in far distant human history, it behooved men to “spread their seed” when opportunity presented itself, but it’s also true that men who stayed put to raise a single family produced stronger, healthier children who lived longer ~ and anyway, that doesn’t explain (or excuse) the desire to have meaningless sex with strangers of the same gender, with children, and/or direct relatives, or animals, or dead people ~ horribly disgusting and VERY against nature. WHY are they so obsessed with doing these creepy things ~ and with it NEEDING to be acceptable to the masses? What happened to keeping intimate proclivities behind closed doors, regardless of what they are or how they’re perceived?

Last edited 3 months ago by vievie
CaliGirlWonders
CaliGirlWonders
3 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Great analysis. I see in the beginning that this Music Industry Product (never call them “artists”!) seems to have a huge d*ck with no balls, so that’s about ending organic reproduction. And I see the two-headed thing as indicative of MK-ULTRA dissociation. The whole thing is so thoroughly disgusting and anti-Life, and yet “people” are lapping up this perverted mockery of our Divinity.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
3 months ago

Gross. Steven 10 years ago would have never guessed that cyberpunk transhumanism and t****y transhumanism were going to be such close allies.

If you’re a dude who wants to grow three t**s, I won’t fight to stop you. I WILL call you a r****d and refuse to play pronoun games though.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
3 months ago
Reply to  stevencasteel

t r a n n y is censored? Seriously? That’s gay.