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Black MetalHistory

Dark Ripples in Time – Black Metal Moments from the Past is a new CVLT Nation series featuring interviews from the ’90s, never before published on the web until now. An interview with Acheron From deep beneath the state of Florida, burning currents of an underground river rush to the

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Text & Story via Dangerous Minds As the title promises, Steven Fischler and Joel Sucher’s Anarchism in America is a documentary survey of anarchism in the United States. The film presents an overview of the movement’s history, such as the Spanish Civil War, the 1917 Revolution, Emma Goldman, and the

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BizarreHistory

“If God existed, only in one way could he serve human liberty – by ceasing to exist.” – Mikhail Bakunin, God and the State Claimed as “the greatest clerical bloodletting Europe has ever seen,”1 the early days of the Spanish Civil War saw nearly 7,000 members of the Catholic clergy

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BizarreHistory

My favorite shoes are a toss up between docs or chucks – either ones give me lots of room to live my life without teetering around in pain so that some douche bag will judge me as a suitable babymaker for him. It trips me out seeing the stripper heels

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BizarreHistory

The Museum of Human Anatomy in Naples has some very interesting medical treasures housed in its walls. Their exhibits include preserved human remains in various preparations, including some revolutionary and lost ones. There are two specimens of calcified remains prepared by Giuseppe Albini in the late 1800s, a bust of

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BizarreHistoryIllustration

Schizophrenia is the subject of ever-developing theories and treatments; many say it’s a disease of the mind, while others say that our society is not set up in a way to understand it, or allow for its participation in our culture as a gift rather than a disease. It’s fascinating

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