sacred insanity

“If the definition of Insanity is:

doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results

then perhaps it’s way past time
to question …



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“sacred (adj.) … from Latin sacrare “to make sacred, consecrate; hold sacred; immortalize; set apart, dedicate,” from sacer (genitive sacri) “sacred, dedicated, holy, accursed


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August 16, 2014. Uncategorized.


  1. suliwebster replied:

    sounds like something to do with santa and his red sacs, sac red. Or maybe Postman Pat.
    I also notice that “genitive” appears in the definition of Genital red sacs, that are sacred, immortalised and accursed.

  2. Max replied:

    What’s that noise in the background?

    • alex robinson replied:

      Ah I believe you may be referring to my upstairs neighbour vacuuming. Will need to collect a lot more egg cartons before I can create my soundproof studio :)

  3. Brigitte Fritz replied:

    Thank you so much for this ‘light’ and ‘un-traditional’ podcast. I already listened to it twice. I thought this link might be of some interest:
    With Gratitude, Brigitte

  4. Zero Weaver replied:

    Still appreciating the content here. I read this article today, and thought you might find it interesting. Entities that prey on humans, influencing us by inserting their minds’ ways into our own patterns. link:

    I think about cycles a lot, linear vs. non-linear paths, and the following just came to me: Imagine you’re walking along a wheel – you’re standing upright on the outside of the wheel and walking. From that perspective, you are walking a linear path – non-curving, not deviating from the cycle, seemingly moving directly toward the future. But in fact, you’re moving directly toward the past, toward what has already been experienced. Either that is merely the nature and purpose of the rituals we are lead through, or perhaps that is simply the nature of human existence. Can we escape the wheel? I suppose it’s like escaping the planet’s gravity…

    • alex robinson replied:

      Thanks Zero Weaver – I only got round to looking at your link after we made the latest podcast, but it certainly ties in.

      Your idea about the wheel-walk is most interesting …

  5. Max replied:

    Stanley Kubrick’s work was quite revealing in many ways (as you certainly know ;-) ).

    Take A Clockwork Orange, for example. In the intro, the screen is switched from red to blue and back to red:

    Click here >>> A Clockwork Orange Intro

    It’s quite telling that this movie also contains the infamous scene where the protagonist gets reconditioned with movie clips:

    One can notice that there is a cut from the swastika right to Alex’s eye which is kept wet with a dropper. Intriguing, if you consider that swastika = body orifice = receiving organ = eye.

    Furthermore, a remarkable ‘coincidence’ is the similarity between the monolith from Kubrick’s Odysee 2001 and a lot of today’s smartphones:

    One plausible interpretation, I came across, is that whenever there is a black screen shown in Kubrick’s Odysse 2001, the audience is actually looking at the monolith. Structures, Screens and Smartphones are used to evolve us into a certain direction. This might be Kubricks encoded message, I think…

    …especially, if applied right before bedtime. ;-)

    • alex robinson replied:

      Thanks for those points Max. I’d be inclined to look at both those movies as channelled works – I wouldn’t be surprised if the directors channel too.

      Intriguing & scary idea about the monolith and smartphones.

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