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TIMTONIK (Producer/DJ) lit the internet on fire when he landed his lamborghini Death Star on the NVR MND soundcloud (two nights ago…)
Dialing us down of that bullsh*t & onto another masterpiece of his, a preview of what is come in his later release of the EP called “PURGATORY”; including 4 Tracks. starts with a brand new track of mine called “Deep Dark Drone”] A video will be premiered at a later date, stay tune for an update once that information is revealed. What do I have to say about it, Nothing more than you would conjure from the experience from you just listened to the damn thing! It is so slick & dark – but has a very comforting vibration in a sense. That sense being, instead of cold/wet youre getting warm/wet; at the same time. The waves hover all over you. I think this is by far one of my all-time favorite NVRM1X’s; produced by TIMTONIK. seriously a glimpse into Alien Tech (AT).
It’s imaginative, the first emissions aren’t so predictable, to instigate any feelings of nostalgic Tech House. Well I say that, but with a grain of salt if you’re an enthusiast. The spectrum these days has definitely changed since its beginnings, but what some of us refer to as “old heads”, are a pedigree & cultural those personality types are still functioning models of society.
Those of you whom I’m speaking of are already activated enough to enjoy this mix. It’s an experiential stain on the minds of those who enjoy a hypnotic & trance like dancing experience. Steam evaporates from the symbols, as the bass of your feet stomping the ground in an ethereal orgasmic tension. Never wanting to stop, as music turns into an alarming of deliberate movements to exhume oneself from their prisons.
01. Tim Tonik – Deep Dark Drone (Original Mix)
02. HYP.NOS – Grenade (Rezystor Remix)
03. Tonikattitude – Dont Touch My Cocaine (Marika Rossa Remix)
04. Atomic Moog – Rhythm (KMRT Remix)
05. Luix Spectrum – Black White (Jan Fleck Remix)
06. I’GOR – Deathstalker (Original Mix)
07. 2Bee – Preparation For The Attack (Original Mix)
08. Housemeister, Dave Tarrida – YOU GONNA DIG THIS (JoeFarr Remix)
09. Erik S, Matt S – Acid Overdose (Original Mix)
10. Lorenzo D’Ianni, Pedro Delgardo – Nails (Original Mix)
11. Matt Mus, Lexem – Black Shadows (Original Mix)
12. Henry Cullen, Tom Laws – Awakening (Original Mix)
13. Jan Fleck – Turin (Original Mix)
14. Hell Driver – Diesel Power (Original Mix)
15. Hombre Ombre, Diatek – Masochism Love (Original Mix)
16. Ronny Vergara – Mood (Original Mix)
17. A.Paul – Departure (Original Mix)
18. Clouds – Chained To A Dead Camel (Original Mix)
19. Niereich vs Hackler And Kuch – Tllive (Andreas Kramer Mix)
20. Tim Tonik – Sound of Silence (Preview)
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A NVR MND Moment from TIMTONIK
TIMTONIK: “…Also there is coming an Teaser for my upcoming music video…”
“This music video which is set to release, come end of June/July on VOXNOX Records“
“The EP is called PURGATORY; including 4 Tracks. starts with a brand new track of mine called “Deep Dark Drone, which will be released soon on the voxnox records compilation. At the end (50:00 – 50:08) you can hear the first chords of an upcoming
freedownloadof mine; which is called [Sound of Silence]…”
“…Another thing about the Mix is that this mix is slightly different to my own mixtape series Future Death Tape. It’s an more Dark Deep Techno – After Hour Set, which should show that my music will become even more darker and deeper. It only includes music i personally prefer and i would play those tracks on afterhour gigs. But I will still continue my FDT series with that dark future techno music. And, I as Tim Tonik will also produce that kind of music , but also that new deep and dark [stuff]….”
“Mission patches are used by military and space organizations to identify, symbolize and describe a mission’s objectives and its crew. This tradition is also observed in the shady world of PSYOPS where each secret mission of the Pentagon gets its patch. These patches offer a rare glimpse into the Pentagon’s secret operations and the symbolism on them is rather striking: ominous and cryptic phrases, dark occult symbolism, references to secret societies, and sometimes even a rather dark sense of humor. Here’s the top 10 most sinister PSYOPS patches.
In 1965, NASA began using cloth patches to identify each of its missions and to symbolize the missions’ objectives and their crew. Each rocket launch has therefore a patch designed by crew members and in collaboration with the official design team. The patches are then proudly displayed on equipment and worn by NASA astronauts and other personnel affiliated with a particular manned or unmanned space mission.
Since then, other organizations involved in space travel and secret operations began using mission patches, including those that specialize in PSYOPS (psychological warfare): the CIA, the Department of Defense and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). What does space travel have to do with psychological warfare? Spy satellites. Since 1960, the NRO (whose existence was only declassified in 1992) has launched dozens of secret spy satellites into space, collecting an incredible amount of information on the United States’ friends, enemies and citizens.
As it is nearly impossible to obtain information regarding these highly classified endeavours, mission patches offer a rare glimpse into the world of PSYOPS. Even if one is not well-versed in symbolism, it is easy to perceive a sinister “vibe” emanating from the patch designs. Laced with strange symbols, ominous creatures, obscure Latin phrases and even dark humor, these patches reflect the mindstate of those wearing the patches.
The trailblazer in this area of research is Trevor Paglen, who, in 2008, published the book “I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have to be Destroyed by Me: Emblems from the Pentagon’s Black World”. By the means of hundreds of Freedom of Information requests, he obtained and analyzed forty mission patches. From the book reviews:
“The iconography of the United States military. Not the mainstream military, with its bars and ribbons and medals, but the secret or ‘black projects’ world, which may or may not involve contacting aliens, building undetectable spy aircraft, and experimenting with explosives that could make atomic bombs look like firecrackers. Here, mysterious characters and cryptic symbols hint at intrigue much deeper than rank, company, and unit.” —UTNE Reader
“Of course, issuing patches for a covert operation sounds like a joke … but truth be told, these days everything is branded. Military symbols are frequently replete with heraldic imagery—some rooted in history, others based on contemporary popular arts that feature comic characters—but these enigmatic dark-op images, in some cases probably designed by the participants themselves, are more personal, and also more disturbing, than most.” —Steven Heller, The New York Times Book Review
Since the release of this book, new mission patches have been released that are as strange and cryptic as their predecessors. If these patches are meant to symbolize “the values of the crew and the objectives of the mission”, perhaps we should be a little concerned. Here are the top 10 most sinister mission patches:
#10 – Alien Face
TENCAP is an acronym for “Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities” and is a collection of programs involving the cutting edge of warfare.
“The purpose of the AF TENCAP program is to exploit the current and future potential of existing national, commercial, and civil space systems and national air-breathing systems, and to provide these capabilities to the warfighter as rapidly as possible.” – Source
In PSYOPS, “Special” almost invariably means “black” or highly classified. Does the “highly classified part” of the mission have something to do with the fact that the badge bears the face of an alien? The saying at the bottom does not help: The phrase “Oderint Dum Metuant” is usually associated with Caligula, the first-century Roman emperor whose name became synonymous with depravity, madness, and tyranny. It translates as “Let them hate so long as they fear.”
#9 All Your Base Are Belong to Us
A giant angry dragon clutching the planet, bringing destruction from space. That’s a nice way to symbolize space missions. In PSYOPS symbolism, dragons typically represent signals-intelligence satellite launches; the dragons’ wing patterns symbolize the satellites’ massive gold-foil dish antennae meant to collect all types of information from earth. The phrase “Omnis Vestri Substructio Es Servus Ad Nobis” can loosely be translated to “All your base are servant to us”.
This phrase does not make much sense, except that it vaguely states that the world is owned by those who made that patch. But this phrase is also reminiscent of a geeky 2002 Internet meme based on a poor translation in an old-school Sega game. The biggest internet meme of 2002, a badly translated Sega game. This allusion to popular culture is quite funny yet disturbing … I’m pretty sure they truly believe that all our base are belong to them.
#8 Hymn to Pan
The PAN satellite was launched in September 2009 and is so top-secret that no military or governmental organization claimed to have built it.
“A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket has launched with PAN, a classified satellite which will be operated by the US Government. The launch was on time, at the start of a two hour, nine minute launch window which opened at 21:35 GMT (17:35 local time). Unusually for an American government satellite, the agency responsible for operating the spacecraft has not been disclosed.” – Nasa Space Flight
According to the patch, PAN stands for “Palladium at Night”, Palladium being a silvery-white metallic element that is probably present in the satellite. The mission is so secret, however, that it is jokingly said that the name PAN actually stands for “Pick a Name” (notice the subtle question mark underneath the rocket on the patch).
PAN is also the name of an ancient horned god important in occultism and that has a strange link with the history of rocket science in the United States.
Jack Parsons, a pioneer in American space propulsion who is often credited for having “propelled” the United States into the space age (a crater of the moon is named in his honor), was also a notorious occultist. He was a prominent member of the Ordo Templi Orienti (the O.T.O.), an occult secret society popularized by Aleister Crowley. Seeing no separation between his professional and his occult work, Parsons was known to chant Crowley’s poem entitled Hymn to Pan before each test rocket launch.
“Parsons would dance and chant poetry—most notably Crowley’s “Hymn to Pan”—before rocket tests.” – Goeffrey Landis, The Three Rocketeers
Is Pan still invoked during rocket launches?
#7 Supra Summus
This is a patch for a NRO spy-satellite launch. Those familiar with this site will probably recognize this Illuminati 101 symbolism: An unfinished pyramid topped by the All-Seeing Eye. This All-Seeing Eye requires help: it needs spy satellites to be even more all-seeing.
“LMA” at the bottom right most likely refers to Lockheed Martin Aerospace, which is the ultimate Big Brother mega-company working with the CIA, NRO, NSA and IRS.
Above the All-Seeing Eye is written “Supra Summus”, which can be translated to “Most Superior and Highest”, which, if nothing else, indicates a healthy level of self-esteem.
Other NRO spy-satellite launches have also used similar designs.
#6 Two Faced Shadow Guy
The 23rd Space Operations Squadron (23 SOPS) is a United States Air Force unit located at New Boston Air Force Station in New Hampshire. The patch of this mission features a creepy-looking figure in a creepy hood looking over the earth with creepy eyes, staring creepily at the American continent. However, that is not the creepiest thing in this patch. If you look closely at the contour of the black face, you’ll see another face, with pointy nose and pointy ears, looking left. Who is this creepier dude within an already creepy dude? And what’s up with all the layers of creepy?
The saying “Semper Vigilans” means “Always Vigilant”. At least I can relate to that. But in the context of this patch, it is definitely creepy.
#5 The Grid
Are you thinking of selling your condo and your Prius in order to leave everything and “go off the grid”? Try it and this knight might slash your head off. It would probably be useless anyhow. Look closely at this patch: there is no “off the grid”. This patch actually depicts the “information grid” those crazy conspiracy theorists keep rambling about, complete with nodes at the intersections.
Defenders of the Domain is a subgroup of the NSA Information Assurance group and is comprised of individuals “who are on the front lines in developing the strategy, the concepts, the planning and the technical implementation in the Information Assurance domain. They are the true leaders in the world of Cybersecurity.” In other words, they monitor the cyberspace using the latest technologies.
The man with the sword is in the distinct dress of a Knight Templar, this ancient group of Crusaders that became an occult secret society. The Knight represents the descendants of the Templars, the modern Illuminatus.
#4 NRO Snakes
This is another mysterious patch of the NRO. The program associated with this patch is totally unknown. All we know is that it is represented by three menacing vipers wrapped around the the earth, making us all warm and fuzzy inside. The Latin inscription “Nunquam Ante Numquam Iterum” translates to “Never before, never again.” What never happened before and will never happen again? We may never know.
#3 I Could Tell You…
You know that a mission is top-secret when not even an obscure symbol can be used to represent it. This patch was designed as a generic insignia for “black” projects conducted by the Navy’s Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Four. The Latin phrase “Si Ego Certiorem Faciam … Mihi Tu Delendus Eris” is roughly translated to “I could tell you … but then I’d have to kill you”. That is cliché phrase, but considering these are the people who actually created it, they probably don’t think it is corny. In fact, they’re probably dead serious about it.
Furthermore, there is a twist on the phrase. According to Paglen, the Latin phrase is worded in a peculiar way in order to refer to Greek and Roman texts.
“The Latin phrase Si Ego Certiorem Faciam … Mihi Tu Delendus Eris roughly translates into a cliché commonly heard in the vicinity of “black” programs: “I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you.”
But the phrasing here is unusual because it is written in the passive voice: a more accurate translation of the Latin would be “I could tell you, but then you would have to be destroyed by me.” By employing the passive voice, the patch’s designer makes two references that would not exist in other phrasings. The first reference is to the Greek god of Chaos, Eris, about whom Homer wrote in Book Four of the Iliad: “[Eris] whose wrath is relentless … is the sister and companion of murderous Ares, she who is only a little thing at the first, but thereafter grows until she strides on the earth with her head striking heaven. She then hurled down bitterness equally between both sides as she walked through the onslaught making men’s pain heavier.”
The passive phrasing of the Latin also echoes the words of the second-century BCE Roman senator Cato the Elder, who roamed the Senate repeating the words Carthago delenda est—”Carthage must be destroyed.” In 149 BCE, Cato got his way and Rome attacked the North African city, located near present-day Tunis. Three years after beginning their assault, the Roman army overran Carthage, tore down its walls, and sold its inhabitants into slavery. After the Roman Senate declared that no one would ever again live where the city had stood, legend holds that Rome salted the earth around the city in order to ensure that Carthage would remain a wasteland.” – Source
So the badge does not contain a simple death threat: it also alludes to a “wrath from above” of mythological proportions, turning your city into a wasteland for generations to come. Now that’s a threat.
#2 Get Your Kicks on 66
The Minotaur program is composed of top-secret NRO spy-satellite launching missions. Minotaurs are bull-headed creatures from Greek mythology that are always angry, violent and merciless. Minotaurs bear many resemblances to the Middle-Eastern deity Molech, a bull-headed god with the body of a man to whom child sacrifices were made.
In this patch for NROL-66, the red Minotaur (as if hailing directly from hell) is holding a street sign of the mythical route 66. It is rather difficult not to see an allusion to the devil (who is often portrayed in red) and the number 666.
Furthermore, according to some occult researchers, route 66 was originally laid out to become a sort of “occult pilgrimage”.
“The famous old American highway “Route 66″ was laid out by Freemasons with the apparent intention of sending masses of automobile riders into a self-processing occult “trip.”
Route 66 began at the Buckingham Fountain in Chicago, near the site of the University of Chicago’s collection of Aztec ritual incunabula. It ended in Barstow, California in the Mohave desert, which is for the Freemasons, the cosmic graveyard of the West, the final destiny of Anubis, the celestial jackal, otherwise known as Sirius (see Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha Von Dechend, Hamlet’s Mill: An Essay on Myth and the Frame of Time, p. 358).
If this version of Route 66 smacks of some medieval pilgrimage made more appropriately on a camel than by car, it is for good reason. Most of Route 66 was based on a road forged in 1857 by Lt. Edward Beale and his caravan of the U.S. Camel Corps.” – Michael A. Hoffman II, Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare
So who is really getting their kicks on Route 66?
#1 The Devil You Know
This patch for NROL-49 depicts a phoenix rising from the flames with the flag of the United States in the background. The Latin words “Melior Diabolus Quem Scies” roughly translates to mean “The Devil You Know,” as in the phrase “Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t know”. Cryptic. According to NASA, this saying refers to the return of the use of an old system after attempting to use a new one, which had resulted in failure.
“The mission patch for NRO L-49 shows a phoenix rising out of a fire, with the words “melior diabolus quem scies”, which translate into English as “better the devil you know”, indicating the return to the older system following the failure of the attempt to replace it.” – Source
“It is a rather odd choice of words for a governmental agency, but definitely on-par with this whole sinister, hellish theme going on with PSYOPS patches”…via – Vigilant Citizen
Whats that? You need more proof of this being more than just some geeks making satanic memorabilia for the sake of being nerdy-and “having too much time on their hands”, look no further than this write up via The Smithsonian
Thanks for reading ~ nome
CC: Marie Hornbergs
It isn’t often for some to meet people whom they have first come into contact with over social media or internet service providers, but it is becoming so.
I first became acquainted with Phyllis Josefine over such a platform (most of us are familiar with, FB). She intrigued me, but this is even prior to having spoken with or to her; so is that to suggest I could possibly posses a heightened sense of (strong) energies around me, or am I just more inclined to tap into that ability to detect another. Whatever the case may be, Phyllis Josefine has got immense prolific power pouring out of her words, as well as her deeds. A goddess, she is willing for the world to embrace her, as she does it. A diamond in the rough, but not so rough around the edges – This gemstone, Ms. Josefine.
NN: Phyllis, can you tell me a little bit about yourself, where you’re from and how old you are ?
Phyllis Josefine: I am living in Germany, 22 is my age they say. i always lived a creative life, but my complete change happened at 19. thinking more about how to open all the borders that I (sub)consciously established. i am already in a higher estate. About me: I am the wind and the particles, you want to catch. i am a bit water, and i am the wire in between you and me. i am a bit earth, for i am grounded, and i am all the contradictions of whatever i told already.
NN: What’s something that has been on your mind lately ?
Phyllis Josefine: How can I deal with my fears in the best way. i do not know when another war will start here. I fear, I cannot say that it’s in the distance anymore. People live here as if everything is alright, and I really do not know how to react to their oblivious behavior. The media is keeping its mouth shut. The euro is depreciating immensely, many banks are crashing down, the war draws nearer from Russia soil. The most important part for me is now, to offer positivity, to show an alternative perspective, present our options differently, to see it for what it is, something worth saving – rather than destroying. That is what I have always tried to express with my music. Overwhelm the fears with my sound. I try at least, to make a minus into a plus.
NN: Why did you come to NYC, is this your first time being here ?
Phyllis Josefine: I came here to meet a lot of internet friends/artists, i never saw IRL, but especially i came here to see Orrin. My love living oversea in NYC. Lets say,this is my first time realizing this culture.
NN: What makes you one of the individuals included in the #NVRMNDKIDZ collective ?
Phyllis Josefine: I am Zero-Minded.
NN: What does Zero-Minded mean ?
Phyllis Josepfne: So, what Zero-Minded means to me is, I posses the ability to feel the way in which I would like to go psychically or spiritually, these senses are in-tune with my physical consciousness, I feel or I sense where I am going to go next.
… also that with being Zero-Minded we have more mental strength in our body than just the mind, our spiritual heart is another one. Almost an organism in itself, working with others, like influences. It can teach you, by telling you more than you think, while you learn to embrace the emptiness of your mind, then allowing yourself the will to understand the other mental strengths of your body, as well as the soul. It is the one that feels the whole, not influenced by exterior human systems.
NN: You are a musician ?
Phyllis Josefine: No, music is more a diary for me. i see borders in all the media we have yet. its not enough to fulfill the attention of the new generation. i want more than music, video, photography or whatever i already was playing with. when i don’t express myself into every possible side, i feel creatively limited. i want to and i need to do waves/music. everything we perceive can be seen in waves, so music is the new border i am overwhelming. our body is expressing so many things everyday, he is talking with every move he is doing. i want to control them and make them to an experience. dada
NN: When did you begin the project D A D A ?
Phyllis Josefine: It was beginning in December 2014, the first track on this “album” was indeed my first track I ever made, so they all chronically made within the last months. I don’t see it as an album, more a diary, and I do things whenever i feel like i should.
What sort of equipment are you playing on ?
Phyllis Josefine: I play with ableton, my little keyboard, my voice, after effects, final cut, and my mind *wink face*
NN: You are also a model, correct ?
Phyllis Josefine: Not really, i am mostly modeling for friends, or when someone asks me. I just like pictures, and i am honest that i appreciate my being. some cute little labels took me to model for them, but i really don’t take that business serious.
NN: What exactly do you do?
Phyllis Josefine: Its not exactly is so easy to answer that. Yes, I model in certain occasions. I am also a videographer, & digital graphic assassin, although right now i am laying out the design of the GOLDMUNDT website, & our newest collection. So at the moment the most of my energy goes into GOLDMUNDT.
CC: Thomas Lecheler
NN: when do you begin creatively thinking in all these fields ? I have heard rumors of a collection you’re currently creating with a partner (whom) called Goldmundt. Can you explain that to me a bit further ?
Phyllis Josefine: i actually think about those fields all the time. Trying to expand borders, always trying to connect things and fields of myself and others.
GOLDMUNDT. is a big part of me, also I am the Creative Director. Alexander, a friend of mine founded it in 2012, and i am part of it since 2013. I was doing all recent Lookbook photography from the start and i am communicating with our collaborating artists , after choosing them. To that I am creating a layout for the website. The website is already coming to life, we are so excited to release it. I also did a video for our first collection, a year ago. I really invest a lot of love and time into this project. It will flourish soon.
GOLDMUNDT. is doing all-over-print shirts, sweaters & possibly bags, in near future. With our new collection we are working with artists from around the world (Russia, Brasilia, Germany, NYC etc). This will build a step to connect us to a lot of creative minds alike and to do lovely collaborations with them. – Phyllis Josefine
CC: Thomas Lecheler
GOLDMUNDT. stands for art, collaboration interdisciplinary and community. We do not want to work as a self-working label, incapable of reaching out. we want to build a network of artists and interested people to build sth bigger. we welcome everyone who finds a way to get in touch with us positively and are always open for ideas. The idea of GOLDMUNDT. evolved from a small scribble book somewhere in Bavaria, and became a project of Alexander. The founder of GOLDMUNDT.
NN: Care to share some of your philosophical side with us ?
Phyllis Josefine: My philosophy is me not being an object, a whole you can find and it stays. we all a process, in the now we are something, something that human describe as something, but nothing stays. our cells die and renew, everything of us and around us is a process of a big whole, that also has another big process in another big whole. My strength is being able to adopt the “new” finding new inches and ways to make something out of it. I will not be the being you know in a few months. some things stay, but I will not promise anything and will not promise at all. I feel the way. thats what I also mean with zero-minded. we have more brains in our body than just the mind, our heart is another one. an organism in itself, working with other influences. It can teach you and tell you more than you think. Learn to embrace emptiness of your mind and you will understand the other brains of your body. the soul. It’s the one that feels the whole, non-influenced by human systems.