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#1 | Back to Top08-01-2014 03:49:30 PM

SeizonSenryaku
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From: Italy
Registered: 11-17-2011
Posts: 64

WORTH a read.

Hi, I've come across this blog thanks to a thread regarding Enokido and Touga's sexual abuse....emot-redface
Well, that article seemed to be expired, but I checked out of curiosity a little bit of the site....and I found this. I agree with most of the analysis, I think is very clever and makes sense, at least for me, especially the significance of the apple..but maybe is better that I talk of this after you read it, and if you wants, leave your opinions about.

Good reading! emot-wink
http://spakeprm.com/2014/02/anime-mawar … ma-part-1/

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#2 | Back to Top08-01-2014 07:10:29 PM

Atropos
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From: Hampden College
Registered: 10-22-2011
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Re: WORTH a read.

Wow, very interesting! Also coincides nicely with some of my current reading material...

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#3 | Back to Top09-12-2014 02:24:03 PM

SeizonSenryaku
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From: Italy
Registered: 11-17-2011
Posts: 64

Re: WORTH a read.

Atropos wrote:

Wow, very interesting! Also coincides nicely with some of my current reading material...

Thank you, Atropos! emot-keke
You're current reading material? Mmmm...would you mind sharing with us? school-sherlock etc-wankdude emot-dance

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#4 | Back to Top09-13-2014 10:03:24 AM

Atropos
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From: Hampden College
Registered: 10-22-2011
Posts: 906

Re: WORTH a read.

SeizonSenryaku wrote:

You're current reading material? Mmmm...would you mind sharing with us?

Check out the Aegypt Cycle, and possibly supplement with these two articles.

Basically, the central theme of Crowley's books is a longing for the "destruction of the world"a mythical rebirth that constantly recurs, causing the entire world to change at once. The main character's transformation comes in realizing that this destruction and recreation is really recurring within each human mind, over and over again: not a massive cosmic event, but something subtle, personal, and yet powerful.

And keep your mind out of the gutter in future, pervert. school-freud

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