A small haven from the herd, where the nothingness enjoys its own glorious silence as it listens to indirect communication between the mastermind and his army of perverted otherness.
Twilight of the False Gods is a weekly 3-hour radio show on CFMU 93.3FM at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. It is syndicated through Radio4All to other stations across the world.
Twilight of the False Gods studies the intersection point between free thought and delusion. Music featured includes EBM, dark ambient and apocalyptic folk. Spoken word pieces, interspersed throughout the show, study themes of religion, insanity, memetic warfare, Satan worship, deviance, independence, Nietzschean philosophy, and human extinction. The question always asked is "what does this entail for Mankind?"
Of course, while all this is going on, Nietzsche says:
- There are more idols than realities in the world: that is my "evil eye" for this world; that is also my "evil ear." For once to pose questions here with a hammer, and, perhaps, to hear as a reply that famous hollow sound which speaks of bloated entrails--what a delight for one who has ears even behind his ears, for me, an old psychologist and pied piper before whom just that which would remain silent must become outspoken.
- This essay too--the title betrays it--is above all a recreation, a spot of sunshine, a leap sideways into the idleness of a psychologist. Perhaps a new war, too? And are new idols sounded out? This little essay is a great declaration of war; and regarding the sounding out of idols, this time they are not just idols of the age, but eternal idols, which are here touched with a hammer as with a tuning fork: there are altogether no older, no more convinced, no more puffed-up idols--and none more hollow.