Jahr: 2014

Zeitlos Überdauert III – surviving in hostile environment

I want to write down some thoughts I had within the last few weeks. The main thoughts are probably not completely new but I will enrich them with personal experiences. Right now at the beginning I want to state the fact that even if you are surrounded by white people and even if they look quite european you could find yourself in false society with a completely different way of thinking and feeling.… weiterlesen

Laternen mit Runenmuster

Runelanterns

It’s mid-november, the days are short and often grey. In the evenings I like to light candles and enjoy their smooth, warm and living flickering light. Even today the look at a fire is fascinating for us – it’s like a small part of the sun here on earth given to us by the spirits. Naturally I don’t want to celebrate neither the christian version of the yuletide nor do I want to support the capitalists in destroying our culture.… weiterlesen

Ein Waldspaziergang

Kürzlich unternahm ich einen Spaziergang durch den Wald, dessen verbliebene Blätter von den letzten warmen Strahlen eines sonnigen Früh-Novembertages golden durchflutet wurden. Tief fiel das Licht ein und warf lange, harte Schatten auf den Boden, durch dessen Laubmantel sich unzählige kleine, kahle Buchen emporstreckten. In wenigen Wochen werden nur noch die Zweigspitzen wie dürre Finger aus der verharrschten Schneedecke ragen und im Weiss kontrastieren.

Ein langer Wiesengrasstreifen, bepflanzt mit Obstbäumen, schnitt durch den Wald.… weiterlesen

Buche vor grauem Sandstein

Sacred Homeland

I live and work in south germany because of economic reasons but my true and original home are the fairytale forests and rocks of a region in east germany that is called saxonian switzerland. I was already homesick for months now and the feeling that I don’t belong to the place where I live now became – and still become stronger and stronger. It seems that my spirit/soul or how you want to call it, is deeply in touch with the landscape of my homeland:… weiterlesen

blaues Fahrrad mit Stoffbeutel am Lenkerauf gruener Wiese

Hypericum perforatum

Last weekend I gathered St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) and yarrow (Achillea millefolium). They are both great healing plants and can be found in high quantity at meadows and in forests (not yarrow). Although I don’t have my own garden yet I can harvest all the time because nature has so much to offer. The more I learn about plants, the more I’m able to see the nature’s garden full of food and medicine.… weiterlesen

Recent Work

coverToday I had a day off from work and I decided to grab my guitar to record something. I already made two titles some weeks before –  so now there are three which I added to a new playlist called „Übergang“ (transition). Title 2 is from today and  – like title 3 – recorded with my still bad guitar playing skills (I’m still a beginner…), a simple audio cable into the mic port of my soundcard and a software called „Audacity“.… weiterlesen

oesterreichische Berglandschaft

Hiking

I want to share some pictures from our hiking trip to the mountain „Hoher Freschen“ in Austria last weekend. We stuck our car in the ditch at a mountain road and had to ask a group of austrians for help in order to push the car out of the mud and we didn’t reached the top of the mountain because the narrow ridge with the steep flanks was to dangerous for us without any climbing equipment – but anyway it was a nice trip trough beautiful european landscape.… weiterlesen

Harvesting

This weekend we  gathered apples and plums that were fallen down at a nearby meadow with scattered fruit trees. We also picked blackberries and yarrow (to make tea). At home we made jam from the plums and the berries. We used refined fruit sugar and some apples (because of their pectin) as a replacement for gelling sugar and flavoured the plum-yam with cinnamon. The apples are to sour for eating but  I guess as dried rings they will be quite tasty.… weiterlesen

Reinigung durch Klang

Zunächst eine Musikempfehlung:

„Eintritt in die Sphären“

Diese Musik lässt mich am Abend eines verstörenden Alltages wieder zurück zu mir und meiner Natur finden. All die schlechten Eindrücke, Gedankenwürmer, die belastenden Zwänge des sozialen Gegeneinanders sowie der geistige Abfall, der sich in den Hirnwindungen wie Schlamm festsetzt wird hinfortgefegt vom eisigen Schneesturm in unzivilisierten Höhen absoluter Einsamkeit. Filmreife Szenarien spielen sich vor meinem geistigen Auge ab: Eine Gestalt stapft monoton durch Schnee und Eis; ringsum umhüllendes Grau und die schwarze Silhouette einer Bergkette.… weiterlesen