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Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Day 833 - A Christmas Message from Our Mozzer

A Christmas message from The Mozziah:


A miserable Christmas to you all from The Black Lodge.

Life is merely an interruption of death.





Our Mozzer has also posted on the MorrisseysWorld blog that there will be NO MORE articles unless one of the following happens (sorry about the light colour):



"Morrissey is trapped in the Black Lodge and he might never escape. I know This Blog will never post another message until The Real Morrissey (TRM) makes one of following happen:
  1.  Morrissey wears a literal blue rose outside of the live arena
  2.  Morrissey or one of the band or support artists appears as 'Log Lady'
  3.  Morrissey calls himself 'Sarah Palmer'
  4. Morrissey issues a statement featuring both the words 'blue' and 'rose'
  5. Morrissey makes reference to Marcus Markou's film
  6. Morrissey announces UK dates with at least two concerts at leisure centres
  7. Morrissey mentions MorrisseysWorld once again
  8. Morrissey releases another image featuring blue roses

Until one of these happens, nothing will posted on this blog and Morrissey will remain trapped in The Black Lodge."

When will the world discover MorrisseysWorld?

Will 'Christmas in the Black Lodge' ever be published?



THE BLACK LODGE


So, now we wait.

Merry Christmas to The Mozziah, The Deluded Dozen, The Blue Rose Society and all the poor sods who still haven't worked out that MORRISSEY IS MORRISSEYSWORLD.

From

Rat and all of us here at FTM HQ


39 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas Ratty and to all who sail with you especially the Mozziah.
    It has been another cracking year in the company of you all ! Thank you xx

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  2. Merry Christmas to all the Deluded Dozen and BRS and especially to Our Mozzer in his Black Lodge!

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  3. Been watching Morrissey25live as I get ready for work. A smashing start to Christmas day.

    Viva Blue Rose Society
    With my love xxx

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    1. aaw. ears, so sorry you have to work today, I normally go in, but have decided I need some me time, hope the day goes quickly for you xxx happy hols people

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    2. Cheers Manc, you are kind. I hope you had a good day. I guess you will be off to the game later - enjoy!
      Take care xx

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    3. indeed I am and then this evening its back to Altrincham to meet up with old friends..maybe I will spot my stolen coat whilst I am out and about

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    4. Aww hope you sorted yourself out with another coat.

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  4. Merry Mozmas!! I may be having my own Xmas in The Black Lodge - strange things going on in the kitchen. Going off-piste now as this recipe is never going to work out.
    I might have had a drop too much Prosecco, but is that a blue rose I spy reflected in Morrissey's sunglasses ;)

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  6. Very impressive that you blogged today Rats, that's true dedication. It's amazing to think that this is our third Christmas together and we're still going strong, thanks to Our Mozzer and TRM. I have faith that Moz will be rescued from the Black Lodge and 2014 will hold more surprises in store for us. Mozzy Xmas to Ratty, the Mozziah, and everyone in the BRS - with much love xx

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  7. Merry Boxing Day!

    I do believe there there is some Test Cricket at the 'G today, just 40km from where I sit.

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  8. Merry Christmas, hope you all had a great day. My family was amazingly in good spirits so all went well here. I hate it when they aren't--that's when I believe Good Old Scrooge had it right with 'Bah Humbug!'. Wishing all Happy Holidays! #BRS

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  9. The only sod is you.

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  10. Happy hols people, just off to watch city beat Liverpool, thanks for all your time on the blog whiskers and Marcus, what were all those crazy postings about a few weeks ago, reliving your youth on the old magic mushrooms were you..

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  12. Getting back to Our Mozzer's mysteries, conspiracies and the significance of Jean Cocteau for a tick, consider these lines from To Give (The Reason I Live) (which, although not a lyric by Morrissey,is sung by him in concert, as realised in 25Live - indeed, I was a live and direct witness of this song in performance during the 2012 Melbourne Festival Hall concert):

    I was born as a part of the plan...

    And I believe
    Everything on this earth
    Having meaning and worth

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  13. Everything on this earth does have meaning and worth, comrade harps.

    Just like on "La triple baie du transept Nord", by J. Cocteau : http://espacetrevisse.e-monsite.com/pages/expositions/les-vitraux-de-cocteau-de-l-eglise-st-maximin-de-metz.html

    Fifi

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    1. indeed fifi it is beautiful, sorry to say I have only seen pictures..but you do know blue is my favourite colour

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    2. oh and fifi speaking of two beautiful roses.. maybe one on each drum, instead of flags of countries ???

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    3. "The hidden harmony is better than the obvious", Manc Lad...
      Fifi

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    4. Fifi, what I meant is by quoting the "meaning and worth" is that Our Mozzer is perhaps seeing meaning and messages in Jean Cocteau's work that relate to Our Mozzer Himself, as being "part of the plan".

      Being a "born again atheist" (a lyric phrase which, curiously enough, occurs in 2 Morrissey songs), I have trouble seeing "the plan" but I note that Morrissey's lyrics (and those of the covers he sings) are increasingly referring to religion and to God. It's something that I'm quite sensitive to. Cocteau and Morrissey both have a relationship (a mutual connection) with Catholicism, which is beyond me.

      But what is important here is the observation that the trinity of Morrissey, Our Mozzer and Fifi are drawing connections between Our Mozzer's and Morrissey's understandings of the world (and their place in it) and Cocteau's art.

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    5. His writing is also served by a pure and nervous line in a chromatic dominated by the clear blue.

      The furrows on the surface by the oscillatory movements of the line are like scars revealing strange inner worlds .

      In the third lancet if the same vibrations always produce horizontal harmonic forms also help to highlight two beautiful roses.

      This floral presence is also not trivial because the rose plays an essential role in the stories , particularly in Beauty and the Beast. According to Jean -Pascal Pillot , the rose has triggered a series of events that have affected the four elements (earth , water, air and fire) . It is the rose in particular has led to the transformation of the story and caused the irruption of the sacred . Of course it did not escape Jean Cocteau.

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    6. Hence a rose bears his name : http://www.roseraieduvaldemarne.fr/roseraie_internet_2010/spip.php?page=rosedumois&id_rubrique=183&id_article=1393&lang=en&annee=2013

      Fifi

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  14. On page 94 I was shy. I should have written: Works of art are alibis.

    Jean Cocteau, Opéra 1927

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  15. All of my poetry is here. I trace that which is invisible.

    Jean Cocteau, Opéra 1927

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  16. A true poet does not bother to be poetical. Nor does a nursery gardener scent his roses. J.C.

    (Fifi)

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  17. Poor Moz seems to be stuck inside the walls of Folsom Prison with old Hollywood actor Steve Cochran...

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  18. "Mystery has its own mysteries, and there are gods above gods. We have ours, they have theirs. That is what’s known as infinity." - Anubis in Act 2 of The Infernal Machine (1932).

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  19. It would be nice if MW would finish the story.

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  20. Dear Rat, this days you did a fantastic job with your blog and now you desere some rest. MW is planning to go away, but I'm sure he'll come back around the end of February, if I'm correct, and if 3/2/2014 means 2/march, because in Italy means 3/Febraury...birthdat of my dad..I think this date is hidden in the message on TTY about Autobiography, do you remember? Dropped to 3 .... came back to number 2...after four weeks and five....4+1=14.....Morrissey does'nt like math. Have a nice day Ratty and come back to Twitter!

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    1. The numerology is a bit mad, Romina!

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  21. Yes, I like mad things! Anyway I'm sure The Rat posted something about Matt Monro time ago....am I wrong? Happy New Year!

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  22. I bring a message.

    There will be a new interview with questions submitted by Rat. The questions must be submitted by midnight tonight, UK time as I am not a monster.
    No less than ten questions and no more than 15.
    No mention of you know what.
    Or you know who.
    At least five questions to be about Low In High School.

    Also this has been left here in secret. Rat must not tell a soul until the interview is published on FTM.

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    1. All questions to be submitted to @adminguy

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