world telekinesis festival : tactical tape loop division (evp-unit)

The Tactical Tape Loop Division (EVP Unit) will be participating in this year's World Telekinesis Competition organised by Noxious Sector.


2009 World Telekinesis Competition
Ministry of Casual Living

Victoria (BC) Canada. May 29 - June 13, 2009

The WORLD TELEKINESIS COMPETITION is a forum for speculative action -- an organized tournament event in which teams from around the world engage in psychic competition to remotely influence the behavior of a candle. Matches are played by lighting a candle at the centre of the official game board, at an agreed-upon time, signaling the beginning of the game. A match lasts for one hour, or until the game candle is extinguished, whichever comes first. The object of the game is to have the wax from the candle drip onto the opposing team's side of the game board. This objective is to be accomplished by remote telekinetic influence. The winning team will be awarded the World Telekinesis Competition trophy, which they will get to keep until next year's competition.


++ TTLD statement ++

TTLD remains disappointed by last year's results. Particularly, the failure of deceased members Konstantine Raudive (1906-1974), a student of Carl J¸ng, who explored the 'voices of the dead' in what he called 'Electronic Voice Phenomenon' (EVP), and William S. Burroughs (1914-1997), who also investigated the unconscious properties of language that control the brain, has led to their expulsion from TTLD's EVP Unit. In their absence, TTLD welcomes the new and alive although distant member Celine Beyond (b. late 20th century; not yet deceased). Beyond, who is a trained psychotherapist, mystic, and holder of a Mark Master in the Arts, adheres to the principle of air-current psychosis brought about by high levels of infectious sound ("noise"). To this effect, she has joined forces with remaining and sole dictatorial member tobias c. van Veen to generate brutal assaults of savage soul-noise. TTLD will prevail under the following:

1. The movement of air currents are capable of causing a candle to quiver or waver. Air currents are the providence of the breath of the dead. The spirits of the deceased traverse the River Styx as souls of air. In Sanskrit, prana; in Greek, psyche or the pneuma of the aura; in Latin, the animus and spiritus of being. Gathering the spirits of the dead -- their disembodied voices -- into a wind capable of influencing a candle's flame demonstrates the telekinetic power of the beyond.

2. While in 2008 TTLD sought to (re)animate the actual souls of the dead themselves, this year TTLD focuses on high-output noise as the physical movement of air into the reception of the psyche itself. Savage noise hysically affects the psychic balance. As the dead are unreliable at best, TTLD now focuses upon noise itself as a mechanism of soul-control.

3. To this end, in 2009 TTLD seeks not merely to extinguish or inflame the candle during the competition, but to overtake the souls of the Noxious Sector themselves, forcing them, under extreme noise duress on a psychic level, to rig the competition in our favour.

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posted. Thu - May 28, 2009 @ 05:45 PM           |