Lo and behold! Two delightful hours of satanic awesomeness! Lord Kaiaphas and I, Lady Omega, crafted an unprecedented mix of various genres of music featuring the horned one.
We included diverse artists such as: Robert Johnson, the Rolling Stones, Hank Williams, Black Sabbath, the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Max Romeo, Screamin Jay Hawkins and many more.
After careful consideration, we decided to exclude the black metal genre due to the obviousness of its’ satanic nature. Furthermore, a black metal mix would be both unamusing and tiring to the wide public’s ear.
The tracklist will only be available by request, since the element of surprise is crucial while listening to this mix.
Happy easter everyone! Whoever will not listen until the end of the mix will be doomed to eternal damnation.
Yep. We moved to Atlantis. Even if it’s not Atlantis, i like to believe that because it’s mysterious . So far, we like it here. I’ve had a lot of work as usual, but i do get some spare time now and then. At the moment we’re working onthe new Kaiaphas album, i am trying to register my web design company here, still trying to organize everything etc etc.
Malta has huge ancient structures that are now dated as 9000 years old or older and are said by orthodox archaeologists to be the oldest stone ruins in the world. The oldest evidence of man’s presence on the island in Ghar Dalam – the Cave of Darkness, which, besides the evidence of the first human settlement, contained remains of animals and evidence from about 180 000 years ago. Ghar Dalam was discovered in the 30′s by an Italo-German paleontologist. A long time ago there were dwarf elephants, deers and hippos, who joyfully ran around this piece of land. During the ice age period, many animals got trapped in that cave, so, when discovered, this cave was like a box of wonders for the historians. When these remains were found, there were theories that the skulls of dwarf elephants were actually the skulls of long forgotten cyclopses – the hole in the middle of the skull was thought to be the 3rd/middle eye socket. The Ghar Dalam museum has an extensive collection of teeth, tusks and bones which were found throughout the times.
Dwarf elephant and dwarf deer skeletons
The cave itself is about 140 meters long, but you can only go as far as 80 m, they won’t let you go further. It has some nice stalactites and stalagmites, and some of them look pretty indecent.
Ghar Dalam outside
Right. So I’ll leave the readers to their wild imaginations and that will be it for today. I bet my 55 readers ( these are some loyal dudes ) will be very excited about my coming back.
I have no doubt that when god was talking about the ninth plague and the “darkness that could be felt”, he did mean Khamsin (Exodus 10:21-29). Last week we’ve been experiencing this ninth plague quite frequently. Khamsin is an arabian word, which means “50″ – it’s a sandstorm, which happens 50 days a year. On a day of khamsin it’s not recommended to go outside, unless you want to fill your lungs with dust. After khamsin, here in Israel, some people go seek psychiatric help because they can’t handle how the surroundings look like. When i experienced Khamsin for the first time, i was a bit scared myself. But it’s more cool than scary, everything looks different and you feel like you’re on Mars – not only the sky but the air itself is red or yellow, everything has kind of a monochromatic look, the air stands still and, as they say in russian -”one can hang an axe in the air”. There’s no air to breathe, it feels sticky/liquid and not very pleasant, to say the least.The wind gusts are unbelievable and you think that you might take off with the wind yourself, the dust goes into your eyes, nose and ears. I saw some cats in flight. Also, khamsin is being accompanied by pretty extreme heat most of the time – it doesn’t matter if it’s in the middle of winter, the temperatures jump up to 30 or more degrees Celsius. This time i took some photos and here’s how everything looked like. The photos are not photoshopped at all, and this is the authentic color of the air
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