Ascultam ieri Burzum in timp ce citeam Protrepticus-ul lui Clement Alexandrinul. O combinatie destul de stranie, dar nu foarte. Parerea mea e ca Varg ar fi trebuit si el sa o citeasca:
“I know fire to be capable of exposing and curing superstition. If thou art willing to abandon this folly, the element of fire shall light thy way. This same fire burned the temple in Argos, with Chrysis the priestess; and that of Artemis in Ephesus the second time after the Amazons. And the Capitol in Rome was often wrapped in flames; nor did the fire spare the temple of Serapis, in the city of the Alexandrians. At Athens it demolished the temple of the Eleutherian Dionysus; and as to the temple of Apollo at Delphi, first a storm assailed it, and then the discerning fire utterly destroyed it. This is told as the preface of what the fire promises.” [here]
Eu unul nu sustin incendierea de biserici. Ar fi chiar culmea. Dar nici stingerea lor, in caz ca…
“God made the universe so well, it did not need God – after the initial creation. The Deists, who included Thomas Jefferson and other founders of the United States, were single-miracle people. God created the universe miraculously and then left it to run on its own.” [here]
Cum suna cu adevarat un imn cantat in acest Univers (mai ales de la 0.40)?
> Pentru cei ce vor sa asculte imnul asa cum nu se aude, aici.