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Postby Fixed Cross » Sat Feb 22, 2020 1:39 am



Seriously.

A thread about Madonna.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Sat Feb 22, 2020 1:47 am

This was Madonna's definitive downfall.
She never recovered. She had gotten old and age doesn't become a virgin.

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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Sun Feb 23, 2020 1:59 am

Why Madonna?


She was hated.



I think, she's the first female artist (as in artist) who came out being a woman.
Not: hiding in plain sight, as all women used to be doing, but exposing.

Her Masculinity is integrated.


Jung: the shadow of a male is his feminine subconscious.
And of a female, her masculine subconscious.

Yet, a subconscious doesn't have an I. It has too much pure intent to be regulated by the diplomacies of the egoic realm.
It is savage and wild as all cultures have expressed.

Madonna, queen of the 80's; along with Maggie Thatcher.

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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Sun Feb 23, 2020 2:14 am

What Madonna never could do is be sensual like this young lady.



She was conceptually erotic. Men didn't want to fuck Madonna. Not in particular. She was some kind of magical image working upon women post-sexualrevolution.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Mon Feb 24, 2020 11:46 am

So like, why - Madonna?

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Re: Madonna

Postby promethean75 » Mon Feb 24, 2020 3:37 pm

What Madonna never could do is be sensual like this young lady.


yes and no. because madonna was one of the first (if not the first) single female popstars to evolve out of a period when females were recognized as rock-n-roll band members (jefferson airplane, heart, fleetwood mac, etc.), capitalism hadn't yet formulated the hypersexualized single female popstar commodity that would be produced in the decades to follow. in this sense she couldn't be directly pressured and effected by those market pressures... because they didn't yet exist. she was an experiment, sorta. not a 'product'. not yet, anyway. spears, aguilera, beyonce, et al., these are 'products'.

also the 80s was a creative period with the relatively new synthesizer technology that evolved out of the 70s. so madonna's music, her sound, was actually good, something new and unique, because it hadn't been done yet. it was the first of a genre and free from all the formulaic rules that would govern the music of the 90s female popstars.

but make no mistake; during the 80s the forces of capitalist production were mounting up in the background to wage a full scale war on the spirit of music. frank will explain.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Mon Feb 24, 2020 4:36 pm

Yes, that makes sense.
She could not be an object as much as Aguilera or this other Christina -



Because indeed, she was a pioneer setting a precedent. Though - did it really become a precedent?
Or do the products that we mention deviate too much from what Madonna represents, to be seen as reflections of her Archetype?
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Re: Madonna

Postby Meno_ » Mon Feb 24, 2020 6:56 pm

Fixed Cross wrote:Yes, that makes sense.
She could not be an object as much as Aguilera or this other Christina -



Because indeed, she was a pioneer setting a precedent. Though - did it really become a precedent?
Or do the products that we mention deviate too much from what Madonna represents, to be seen as reflections of her Archetype?



So true. The Archetype is complex though.

Can You see Madonna in Britney? They actually implied a hidden feeling for each other , deep kissing on stage.
But even though Britney threw the gauntlet of her sexuality away with forlorn affection, can You see other pioneers in her?

https://youtu.be/CduA0TULnow



Ginger Rogers , even the strain ranging from as early as the various dumb blondes, with MM framing them with cynical incongruity; MM was a very highly intelligent naive played seductress:

Even Barbarella , the French recreation of Jane Fonda, pushes buttons here.

Barbarella is very stereoscopic with Barbara Eden's visual pronouncement of a kind of Bowe'ish space oddity.

All of which feed on visual energy, a vampirism of multi dimensional autistic dreamworld , where the audience is multi dimensionally disaffected, from what really is eating his love pathos into mere visual cliches he need not understand.
For it would eat his heart out.


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Re: Madonna

Postby Tab » Mon Feb 24, 2020 7:14 pm

Madonna holds the dubious honor of making the first ablum I ever bought. Think I moved quickly on to eurythmics and annie lennox, which makes me feel better about my teenage self :D .

Still think Madonna's a pretty good artist to be honest, but I always either love one of her songs, or hate the shit out of it - not a lot of middle ground. In her defence, she's never compromised herself or her principles, though mainly because there has never been very much to compromise.

Fave: https://youtu.be/gLFWRDsx5AI

Looking back I really miss the 80's, I never appreciated the music at the time, eh, I was young wotchagonnadoaboutit, but it was an amazingly rich time creatively, so much diversity. And happy happy. Everyone was rich, global warming didn't exist, AIDS just killed poofs and the tv was racist lol. Innocent times.

Not sure whether she was a femminist icon so much as someone who just didn't give much of a fuck what people thought of her just so long as they thought of her, and had a keen sense of what sold.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Meno_ » Mon Feb 24, 2020 11:39 pm

Tab wrote:Madonna holds the dubious honor of making the first ablum I ever bought. Think I moved quickly on to eurythmics and annie lennox, which makes me feel better about my teenage self :D .

Still think Madonna's a pretty good artist to be honest, but I always either love one of her songs, or hate the shit out of it - not a lot of middle ground. In her defence, she's never compromised herself or her principles, though mainly because there has never been very much to compromise.

Fave: https://youtu.be/gLFWRDsx5AI

Looking back I really miss the 80's, I never appreciated the music at the time, eh, I was young wotchagonnadoaboutit, but it was an amazingly rich time creatively, so much diversity. And happy happy. Everyone was rich, global warming didn't exist, AIDS just killed poofs and the tv was racist lol. Innocent times.

Not sure whether she was a femminist icon so much as someone who just didn't give much of a fuck what people thought of her just so long as they thought of her, and had a keen sense of what sold.




Now You can understand how I feel being the child of the sixties , the eightees is a remorph, of a reform of the vain, wane of the sixties.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Sat Feb 29, 2020 12:35 am

Naw it wasn't an echo dude, it was its own thing because... computers.

Madonna is a computer artist. In that her beats came from the synthesizer kicks and pads and the sequencer.

You seriously cant fuck with the 80s, 1984 is even in the 80s. Ronald Reagan was there. Contras.
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Re: Madonna

Postby MagsJ » Sat Feb 29, 2020 8:21 am

She had her time, she made her money, now get the fuck out.. what more she want!
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Re: Madonna

Postby Magnus Anderson » Sat Mar 14, 2020 11:14 pm

What Madonna never could do is be sensual like this young lady.


Not sure what's so sensual about Aguilera (particularly the early Aguilera, when she first appeared with that hit single of hers, where she was more of an innocent girl than a sexual object.)



The year is 1990. Far more sexual than early Aguilera and Spears.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Jakob » Sun Mar 15, 2020 11:26 pm

MagsJ wrote:She had her time, she made her money, now get the fuck out.. what more she want!

lol okay then
not much love here I see

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What Madonna never could do is be sensual like this young lady.


Not sure what's so sensual about Aguilera (particularly the early Aguilera, when she first appeared with that hit single of hers, where she was more of an innocent girl than a sexual object.)



The year is 1990. Far more sexual than early Aguilera and Spears.

Well yeah that is a very erotic video. As in, a style. But if you're going for that type of thing this is infinitely steamier.

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Re: Madonna

Postby MagsJ » Mon Mar 16, 2020 2:24 pm

Jakob wrote:
MagsJ wrote:She had her time, she made her money, now get the fuck out.. what more she want!
lol okay then
not much love here I see

I was a fan.. of not all but of some of her music, but once sex icons start getting old, they need to start rethinking their audience and offerings.. so growing old gracefully and being a mature sexpot, lol, as we’ve all seen Whatever Happened To Baby Jane, haven’t we?

Nice to see you laughing btw : )

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Magnus Anderson wrote:
Jakob wrote:What Madonna never could do is be sensual like this young lady.
Not sure what's so sensual about Aguilera (particularly the early Aguilera, when she first appeared with that hit single of hers, where she was more of an innocent girl than a sexual object.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np_Y740aReI

The year is 1990. Far more sexual than early Aguilera and Spears.
Well yeah that is a very erotic video. As in, a style. But if you're going for that type of thing this is infinitely steamier.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6f4BwQFF-Os

Both those videos have their (sensual) merit.. the only difference between them being age.

I’m quite the fan of this Prince video.. it’s both cute and sexy, at the same time.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Mr Reasonable » Mon Apr 20, 2020 6:49 am

Cardi B > Madonna
You see...a pimp's love is very different from that of a square.
Dating a stripper is like eating a noisy bag of chips in church. Everyone looks at you in disgust, but deep down they want some too.

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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Mon Apr 20, 2020 7:54 pm

Her ass is a lot bigger, I guess her body mass is too. But do you mean she's like, better?

Id dispute that.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Mr Reasonable » Tue Apr 21, 2020 7:04 am

She's the only bitch who can be a stripper, a chart topping pop star and a political pseudoscientist all while having little more than a rudimentary grasp of her native language.
You see...a pimp's love is very different from that of a square.
Dating a stripper is like eating a noisy bag of chips in church. Everyone looks at you in disgust, but deep down they want some too.

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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Thu Apr 23, 2020 2:11 pm

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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Thu Apr 23, 2020 11:07 pm

There is something to her.

Ill grant that. I don't mean she has a body of some kind of personally designed deal with God. She isnt even pretty. She has some weird quality which is kind of Aeonic.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Thu Apr 23, 2020 11:08 pm

I have to laugh in retrospect at how weird you must be to weird out Jimmy Fallon.
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Re: Madonna

Postby MagsJ » Fri Apr 24, 2020 12:26 pm

Mr Reasonable wrote:Cardi B > Madonna

Naw.. CL beats Cardi ‘who’ all day long.. she’s a reason to keep going school, right there.. no class, but plenty of crass, and don’t even get me started on that big ole ass.
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Re: Madonna

Postby Chakra Superstar » Sat May 09, 2020 2:59 am

Never been a Madonna fan but I think Madonna's Eurovision 2019 performance deserves posting :-"

Madonna Eurovision 2019


Lot’s of Freemason, Illuminati, Satanists, Kabbalists and Jesuit symbols here which didn’t mean much at the time since all the manufactured ‘stars’ try to be edgy -- but looking back after the coronavirus, it looks very strange.

Some things to note:
* Madonna’s only showing one eye (the Illuminati All Looking Eye) – done to death but it’s there.
* She’s wearing a crown. ‘Corona’ means crown and here she is dressed up as the coronavirus.
* She also seems to have a Ouroboros (a serpent eating its own tail) on her dress? If so, this is an alchemical symbol that signifies transformation from the old order into a new order or configuration?
* There are 20 dancers on Madonna’s left and 20 on her right – 2020 perhaps?
* Some dancers have gas masks and chemical suits while others are wearing Spring dresses with spring flowers in their hair and gas masks and lots of dead people.

In one of the songs she says:
“They are so naïve. They think, we’re not aware of their crimes, we know, but we’re just not ready to act. The storm isn’t in the air; it’s inside of us….can’t you hear outside of your supreme hoodie... the wind that is beginning to howl?”

She then blows on the dancers and they fall down. After they fall down dead, she sings:

“Not everyone is coming to the future.
Not everyone is learning from the past.
Not everyone can come to into the future.
Not everyone that’s here is gonna last”

There’s also imagery showing destruction by fire, a broken and collapsing Statue of Liberty (broken and collapsing America?) and buildings falling straight down into their own footprint like what happened on 9/11.

Finally, it’s worth noting that Madonna is a long-time Kabbalist, the performance was held in Israel, and the stage resembles Solomon’s Temple. The two pillars the dancers place at the entrance of the temple are called Boaz and Jakin and signify the opening of Solomon’s Temple which is sacred to the Jews, Kabbalists, Illuminati and Freemasons.

Perhaps these are all coincidences but somewhere along the line you have to decide how many ‘coincidences’ would it take to make you think it’s no longer a coincidence.

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Re: Madonna

Postby MagsJ » Sat May 09, 2020 4:03 pm

Coincidence here too? I know nothing of the original signs, except for the middle two, but how enlightening an image, this is..

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Re: Madonna

Postby Fixed Cross » Fri May 29, 2020 2:29 pm

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