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PostSubject: Re: Hannibal Hannibal - Page 3 EmptySun Oct 25, 2015 1:31 pm

Hrodeberto wrote:
Season 3 has long been in succession and you bastards didn't tell me. Is my memory that bad or is this latest season incomparable to the preceding two with its short, awkward sequences and abrupt and distracting noise instrumentals and mechanically enunciated lines which divert  attention away from the storyline?

Well, the last episode of season 3 titled 'wrath of the lamb' was shown on August 29, 2015 in the US. Mads Mikkelsen played the role of Hannibal well enough, just like Anthony Hopkins in the movies. The portrayal of Hannibal in the movie 'manhunter' (1986) by Brian Cox was disappointing though, he just wasn't the right person for playing the role of a cold calculating killer such as Hannibal. The 2007 'Hannibal Rising' movie was also nothing special, they should have instead made another sequel with Anthony Hopkins who played the role very well.
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"ἐδιζησάμην ἐμεωυτόν." [Heraclitus]

"All that exists is just and unjust and equally justified in both." [Aeschylus, Prometheus]

"The history of everyday is constituted by our habits. ... How have you lived today?" [N.]

*Become clean, my friends.*
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PostSubject: Re: Hannibal Hannibal - Page 3 EmptyFri Sep 06, 2019 10:58 am

The essence of an enemy determines the essence of the war against him. The nature of the prey shapes the nature of the predator.
Memetic warfare necessitates memetic tactics.
The same hunting, trapping, killing, dismembering, devouring, follows, but in different contexts; the same predator/prey dynamics are applied in different contexts. Prey is flushed out of its cover, and run down, until exhausted. Its identity revealed in its behaviour, its continuous hiding, seeking cover and through its appearance – it self-identifies itself as the victim to be hunted.
Genes extending as Memes. Organism extending as SuperOrganism.
The environment changes from physical to ideological, if not metaphysical. The players, remain the same – species extending as psychologies. We are entering a post-gene era; a post-physicality, body, nature. It's all in the mind – a perspective extending attitude, demeanour, as world-view, morality, ideas & ideals.
The mind's psychology usurps its physical markers – its true essence, its nature –distinguishing and revealing the animal/manimal hiding behind artifices, clothing, proxies, semiotics, and pretences.

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PostSubject: Re: Hannibal Hannibal - Page 3 EmptyFri Sep 06, 2019 2:05 pm

The only tragic part about memetics is that they require the prey to be humble/honest enough to admit their defeat, which most if not all are not.

Most prey, like most feminines, refuse to acknowledge the consequences behind their bad choices only until long after their fate has been sealed down the line and even then they might still deny it.

All they can do is delay and waste/hoard more resources in the interim, hoping that some savior will come or that the predator will succumb to attrition.

As i recall someone mentioning here, most people will only react to direct immediate consequences for their behavior, any consequences that span entire lifetimes or generations will be ignored or disregarded.

Imposed physical consequences to prevent future ideological consequences, is a kindness of sorts, and the basis for Paternal Training.
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This expose into the power of genius, beyond the lector archetype, shows us another aspect to its nature. That genius will inevitably be drawn to a dark corner of the world where it can subsist from the cacophony of the rabble. Lector, in many ways, chooses to be where he is, knowing he could escape from his incarceration when he so desires. Ironically, it is the best alternative to living among the decay of modernity, despite its oppressive confines. His escape means he has sojourned long enough, in the particular cavern where he has chosen to reside, and like a wanderer, he begins to long for something more.

What do we learn from Zarathustra? His overcoming of his naivete from his decent from the higher realm down to the lower nether regions of the human spirit, believing his spirit would harmoniously merge with the base one and his awareness being stifled into disappointment, because two negative magnets do not attract. For even the wise succumb to folly of wisdom. However, Lector has not omitted from himself the baseness of humanity and knows why he stays away and why he returns to it. There is a distinct channeling, a harnessing of the power of genius that is directed in intervals, to certain objectives, for certain prospects of self-ascension. But there must also be rest periods, fasting, a revitalizing that takes place before the next assertion of its drive to conquer. The ebb and flow of its directedness, prevents itself from self-injury, destruction. Lector's calmness is crucial and means he must keep this energy tame, and from eating itself alive.
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PostSubject: Re: Hannibal Hannibal - Page 3 EmptyThu Sep 12, 2019 5:11 pm

To be alone and not lonely.
To be among and not a part.
To be a kind that is neither predator nor prey, and yet both.
To be empathic but feel neither sympathy nor antipathy.
To be neither alpha nor omega.

*The author is speaking through his creation.
"Nothing is ever anybody's fault".
Cult of victims. All is caused by something else.
Cannibalism is used as a symbol of his distinctness. He does not kill indiscriminately and for pleasure, but for taste.
He only consumes that which is beneath him, i.e., inferior.

*Hypersensitivity implies an awareness above the average.
He can experience the same circumstances in ways the average cannot - ergo experiences need not be repeated.
Information overload may frazzle the nervous system, just as it would an electric wire that is overloaded. It heats up and begins to melt.
This is why isolation is necessary - periods of cooling off.  

*Sixth finger alludes to the myth about a king that will lead the Greeks to retake Constantinople.
A noble king fighting against Afro-Asiatic barbarians.
Also indicating an evolutionary adaptation....sign of a different species.

*Ambidexterity signifies a mathematical and an aesthetic mind. Part scientist, part artist, i.e., philosopher.
See Left/Right Brain Hemispheres.

*Manipulation of psychology using language - words & symbols, body language etc.
Knowledge of what language truly is - leading both into and out of of the mind, via the nervous system.
That which connects outward can only be used to trace a way into.
Knowledge of how to use specific words/symbols to produce the desired effect.  

*High IQ more of a curse than a blessing.
Just like a sophisticated lens is more fragile, and more affected by slight imperfections.
Coupled with hypersensitivity, it can lead to corruption, i.e., madness, neurosis, schizophrenia. The tool is its own means of destruction.
Does not homo sapient, even the lowest, suffer more than beast?

*"You've given up good & evil , allusion to Nietzsche, "for behaviourism. "you've got everybody in moral dignity pants", an allusion to Christian morality.
Science warped by an Abrahamic underlying prejudice. All judgements are filtered through herd psychology and its unquestioned moral tenets.
Scientists are not immune to the virus.

*Life is too slippery for books, Clarice"...book smarts do not suffice.
Children of the Book, by the Book, for the Book, will always fail to judge reality correctly.
The real slips through the cracks between letters, words, sentences, pages.
Text, subtext, pretext.
Some fundamental part of existence remains nameless - Heidegger.

*To bring the weakness, the negative hiding behind the positive pretence, to the forefront, is a path towards truth.
The positive is used to hide, to mask, to pretend. It is the smiling painted-on clown mask.
The negative, lurking beneath, is the way to trigger the real essence of the other - bring the personae out from behind the character/caricature.
The body cannot lie; only the mind can using semiotics.
Man is obsessed with satisfaction, gratification, the positive, i.e., hope, love, etc.
So obsessed and addicted that he's become vulnerable to the negative, or anything approaching the real, which is mostly negative towards life.

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PostSubject: Re: Hannibal Hannibal - Page 3 EmptyThu Oct 03, 2019 6:57 pm

Of course, the real life manifestation depicted by the caricature, would not come in the conspicuous, and not easily ignored, form of a movie actor.
He would be less obvious - appearing every-day and unimpressive. Someone who can easily be ignored, unless he reveals himself, and then not easily forgotten.

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Now they castrate the allegory of Hannibal.
Feminization of Man-kind.

Kurtzman, as a good secular Jew, acts as the designated moil....

Why, indeed, is the U.S. hated?
The world is jealous...of course.

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PostSubject: Re: Hannibal Hannibal - Page 3 EmptyWed Feb 05, 2020 9:02 pm

The mediocre mind must draw from sources of quality to compensate for itself. How many times have the Marvel and DC comic stories been rehashed? Too many to count. There is no creativity in the modern mind. It has to lean on what has already been created, in order to tear it down; it has no other reference, no other outlet to give itself purpose. The age of creators has passed. This is the age of the destroyers.
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