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Robert Carlyle of the cult favorite, Trainspotting, went into a rage against the British film industry as the end of 2009 is angry again, this time over a movie he made in 2007, and the fact that is still yet to be released onto the silver screen.
The Scottish star, who is known for his hot temper, is still waiting for the film release of “I Know You Know”. In the film Carlyle plays a Welsh dad who carries a fantasy of being a spy with him in his daily life.
According to Carlyle his work in the film is some of his best, which angered the star enough to rant that although it was his top performance, it is highly unlikely at this point that, “more than 25 people will get to see it”.
He continued to say that once the film…
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From out of the infernal depths of the subconscious necropolis, disparate exquisite corpses are exhumed of archetypal ‘Anima’ desires, which are then knit-together upon the canvas lab slab of creative meditation, to hence paint of artistic conjuration.
The canvas skin of the two-dimensional knit-together Frankenhooker is verily tattooed with sigils of desire. The Frankenstein sorcerer to mediate upon these sigils, while manifesting the visualised knit-together Succubus of planetary layers of oiled skin, imbued with metallic colour, to sculpt into a sublime form with his erect wand of a brush stroke.
At the hypnagogic point of sleep, the Frankenstein sorcerer introverts his five senses of inverse pentagram, while visualising his sigilised Frankenhooker. The Frankenhooker Succubus is thence conjured into three-dimensional Tulpa life within a lucid dream, when to electrify her with a Vajra lightning bolt of a barbarous name to call out, of an emotionally charged Necronomicon mantra.
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Would you be considered a Plutonian person? You would if Pluto, the sign Scorpio, and the 8th house are strong in your birth chart. Below is a test to give these chart features a score and then a description of what that score says about you. While there aren’t any scientific measurements of a planet’s strength, I’ve assigned number scores to certain chart factors, based on 40 years of doing charts professionally.
(Note: you’re not alone in your curiosity. This test is Skywriter’s most popular post of all times, with over 40,000 people taking the test as of 1/2014. If you check out the comments, when people post their scores, it’s hard to tell if they’re bragging or complaining!)
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