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02 January 2008 @ 11:01 am

The only significant event in December was:

7th, Vlad Tepes "The Impalar" born 1431

January 2008

3rd, J.R.R. Tolkien, born this day in 1892

4th, Jakob Grimm, born this day in 1785

19th, Edgar Allen Poe, born this day in 1809

22nd, Lord Byron, born this day in 1788

(sorry I haven't been posting, I suck, I am backed up on a lot of online stuff, hopefully I can get my act together soon)

 
 
Current Location: my Crypt
Current Music: Voltaire
 
 
crow_vampscrypt
01 November 2007 @ 11:12 am
Quick note to all my friends on LJ. Sorry I haven't been replying lately, I haven't logged into LJ for a few weeks, I just haven't been my self lately, but I am better now, and I will be catching up on everything I missed and be posting normally soon. 

I have missed you all.

 
 
 
Current Mood: weirdweird
 
 
crow_vampscrypt
01 November 2007 @ 11:11 am
November 2007

1st, All Souls Day

2nd, Dios De Los Meurtos: Mexican Day of the Dead

8th, Bram Stoker, born this day in 1847

11th, the movie "Interview With The Vampire" premiered this day in 1994

13th, the movie "Bram Stoker's Dracula" premiered this day in 1992

23rd, Boris Karloff, born this day in 1887
 
 
crow_vampscrypt
04 October 2007 @ 10:53 am



I just got a post card in the mail about this today, or I would have posted it sooner, but Faeire Con 2007, a convention for all things Fantasy and Faerie is being held in Philadelphia this year!

Brian and Wendy Froud will be Guests of Honer this year, and there will even be mightnight showings of the movies LABYRINTH & THE DARK CRYSTAL!

Hopefully I will be able to go.

for more info fallow these links:




http://www.faeriecon.com/

http://www.faeriecon.com/movies.html
 
 
Current Mood: excitedexcited
 
 
crow_vampscrypt
01 October 2007 @ 10:40 am
October 2007

4th, Anne Rice, born this day in 1941

5th, Clive Barker, born this day in 1952

7th, Edger Allen Poe, died this day in 1849

16th, Oscar Wilde, born this day in 1854

20th, Bela Lugosi, born this day in 1882

25th, Vincent Price, died this day in 1993
 
 
 
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13 September 2007 @ 09:57 am
I just got the email with complete details for the Halloween 2007 Dracula's Ball. Voltaire will be performing, I am such a big fan of his! Hopefully I can get off work that night. But if I can't make it that night, its not the end of the world. He is going to be at Philcon, and so am I, no matter what. (more detailes on Philcon latter.) 

Dracula's Ball info cut and pasted right from the email is under the cut:

 
 
 
Current Mood: optimisticoptimistic
 
 
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11 September 2007 @ 10:44 pm
 I just figured I should post a note saying that the post before this is in no way ment to oftend anyone and is NOT saying that Muslims are evil. But if you can't figure out the symblizom of the song, thats your problem, I don't feel like explaining it. However, this brife, part of one of my IMs might help. I don't feel like fixing the spelling, but I thing you could figure out whats being said. some of the names have been changed at the IMer's request.

Crow Vamp: did I just depress everyone?
Rootbeer: I don't think I got it.
:Rootbeer: Or get it, or whatever.
jmw: im just sort of fuzzing out
Crow Vamp: basically everyone fights to protect there way of life, and don't be so brazon to believe that your eneamy is completely evil
Crow Vamp: that war is gray
:Rootbeer: Yeah, but Muslims have forked tongues?
Crow Vamp: thats comepairing them to the dragons
Crow Vamp: that they are saposated ly evil blasfermers
Crow Vamp: and liers and such
Crow Vamp: not true
Crow Vamp: but if you belive what some poilistions say
Crow Vamp: that might as well be saying that
Rootbeer:: Well, to me, it looks like you are in agreement with the words of the song because you posted it without any commentary.  Or did I miss something?
Crow Vamp: and the the cursading knights were not really fighing dragons that is was the same ememy
Crow Vamp: but the point of the song is the young son is wrong
Crow Vamp: treat you enemy as I would have them treat you
Crow Vamp: with respect and not torucer
Rootbeer: In other words, don't be like the Crusaders?
Crow Vamp: and that he realizes killing the dragon was wrong
Crow Vamp: yeah
Crow Vamp: don't make the same mistakes
 Rootbeer:   Ok.  I see that now.  It's sort of a conversation.  didn't get that at first.
Crow Vamp: it works better with the soft music behind it
Crow Vamp: the cellos and violens
Rootbeer: I definitely need some more Very Cherry Ice Cream after that.


 
 
crow_vampscrypt
11 September 2007 @ 01:02 pm

The fallowing are lyrics to the song "Crusade" by Voltaire from the CD "Then And Again". I figured they seemed appropriate to share  today. I am also posting the dedication that is in the CD's booklet, because Voltaire words it so much better then I ever could. For more info on Voltaire visit: www.voltaire.net   or www.projekt.com  

"This song is dedicated to the brave men and woman of our armed forces. They don't decide our foreign policy. They don't decide where they go or what they'll do when they get there. And yet, they steadfastly put their lives on the line so that the rest of us don't have to.  Whether or not you agree with our government's policies, these bold, self sacrificing individuals deserve our support."

Crusade by Voltaire

"Long ago, I went to war
To fight the scourge
Of Christendom.
I held aloft my blessed sword
And said,
'By God,
Let them come.'

They said their eyes
Are red  as flame
I heard it told
From Hell they came
Their breath is fire
Their tongues are forked
Thus are the beasts 
Of Dragon's Gate

(chorus)
I heard my father's words
Deep in my heart.
'Son know your enemy
as I know my son'


The Fates were kind
The let me in
The Dragon's lair
The den of sin
I placed my sword 
Upon it's heart and 
With a prayer
I thurst it in.

The dragon fell
Upon the ground
Twas then I heard
A whimpering sound
A dragonling
to his father clung
Who only fought
To protect his young

I heard my father's words
Deep in my heart.
'Son know your enemy
as I know my son'

And now my son 
Is off to war
To fight the new scourge
Of Christendom
He holds aloft
His brazen sword
And says,
'Dad let them come'

He swears their eyes
Are red as flame
And heard it told 
From Hell they came
Their breath is fire
Their tongues are forked
Thus are the men 
Of Muslim faith.

Son hear your father clear
Deep in your heart
Son know your enemy 
As I would have them know
My son."


 
 
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: Voltaire
 
 
crow_vampscrypt
01 September 2007 @ 01:50 pm

September 2007

2nd,  J.R.R. Tolken died this day in 1973

13th, Egyptian Death Festival

19th, Feast of St. Januarius, Patron Saint of Blood Banks

21st, Stephen King born this day in 1947

 
 
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06 August 2007 @ 10:41 am
Ok I took this from Candlewaxdreams who took it from someone else.  Under the cut

 
 
Current Mood: amusedamused