common resurrection


Higanbana (彼岸花), Red spider lily or Red magic lily (Lycoris radiata), originally from China, Korea and Nepal, it was introduced into Japan and from there to the United States and elsewhere,usually bloom near cemeteries around the autumnal equinox and are described in Chinese and Japanese translations of the Lotus Sutra as ominous flowers that grow in Diyu (also known as Hell), or Huángquán or Jigoku (japanese) and guide the dead into the next reincarnation. It flowers in the late summer or autumn, often in response to heavy rainfall. The common name hurricane lily refers to this characteristic, as do other common names, such as resurrection lily.

Some legends have it that when you see someone that you may never meet again, these flowers would bloom along the path. Perhaps because of these sorrowful legends, Japanese people often used these flowers in funerals. The popular Japanese name Higanbana literally means higan (the other or that shore of Sanzu River) flower, decorate and enjoyable, flower of afterlife in gokuraku jyōdo.

It’s also referred to as manjusaka, based on an old Chinese legend about two elves: Manju guarded the flowers and Saka the leaves, but they could never meet, because the plant never bears flowers and leaves at the same time. They were curious about each other, so they defied the gods’ instructions and arranged a meeting. The gods promptly punished them, as gods are wont to do, and separated them for all eternity.To this day, the red lily is associated with loss, longing, abandonment and lost memories in hanakotoba (花言葉), the language of flowers.The flower has many other names, but many of them are no longer used.

  • some not used in Japan anymore as far as It`s known, chicken blood plant (鶏血草, keiketsusō), due to its colour.
  •  shibitobana (死人花), flower of the dead, because it blooms while you visit your ancestors’ graves.
  • yūreibana (幽霊花), because the flower looks like a ghost.

Customers listened to latest record release inside soundproof listening booths, HMV 363 Oxford Street store, London 1955 (LIFE magazine)

Anime and Music / Soundtrack:

Oldies but Goodies:

Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae, Dub

Hip Hop, Trip Hop, Jazz Hop

Soul, Funk, Jazz, Blues, R&B, Disco

Bossa Nova, Samba, Latin, Flamenco, Fusion, Folk

Post Punk, New Wave, Indie Rock, Alternative Rock, Punk, Ska Punk

My heart goes out to Zack and Deborah Snyder, they’ve just suffered a parent’s worst fear, having to bury your own child. It’s one of, if not the worst thing a parent can be put through and it’s so heartbreaking that they’ve been struggling to keep this secret for months, till it got too much for them. I hope they can find the strength to carry on, I hope they can find peace again, I hope they can find a light out of this darkness. They deserve a break and I’m glad they are taking it, being with family and loved ones is the best thing they could do right now.

That said, it’s sad, it’s really fucking sad that not even personal tragedy, is enough to resurrect people’s common sense or ignite their empathy parameters. It’s so fucking sad that a lot of people’s and blogger’s first reactions is to rejoice, because apparently their shitty opinions and taste in whatever, is what should matter at this point. Humanity is pretty close to a lost cause, it’s a damn shame.

I’m on some calm shit, watch Com get complicated
Simple motherfuckers say the way that Com communicated
Was too complex, I got a complex not to complain
On my brain no come plain and so will my community
And I prefer compliments
So I complement at an angle, of ninety degrees
It’s the nineties, and music got known for the grease
I got a sense of direction and a compass
Com passed MC’s with no compassion, though I heard the screams of
But I ain’t shy, so why shall I comfort?