seven sermons to the dead

I have a theory about WINGS era.

Right here goes nothing:

So in this era it has been made pretty clear that Tae and Jin are parralels or opposites (Tae being the “tempter” and Jin being “purity” in BST, Tae’s top being an inverted version of Jin’s in the YNWA photoshoots, Tae and Jin taking off their jackets in sync and doing the framing with their fingers motion in Spring Day etc…). And the 2 latest videos seem to centre around JK. 

Originally posted by changkyuh

Originally posted by changkyuh

If you noticed in Not Today Jin and Tae were flanking JK in the running scenes with a great distance between them and the other members. Tae was on JK’s left side while Jin was on JK’s right side. This may just be coincidence or it could be referencing the left and right hands of God.

Originally posted by 92ksjin


The left hand of God is the place that Lucifer (Satan) once sat while the right hand is seen as being occupied by Jesus or Gabriel (depends who you ask). So it seems fitting that Tae, the fallen angel, is on the left side; with Jin, the person Tae tempted (which is almost like how the Devil tried to tempt Jesus while he was in the dessert), on the right. But what does this make JK?

Originally posted by yovngforever

I beleive that JK is Abraxas. Mainly due to these quotes:

“That which is spoken by God[-the-Sun] is life; that which is spoken by the Devil is death; Abraxas speaketh that hallowed and accursed word, which is life and death at the same time. Abraxas begetteth truth and lying, good and evil, light and darkness in the same word and in the same act. Wherefore is Abraxas terrible (- Carl Jung, Seven Sermons of the Dead, Sermon 3)” In Carl Jung’s book Abraxas represents the driving force of individuation (synthesis, maturity, oneness); while God and the Devil represent the driving forces of differentiation (emergence of consciousness and opposites).
In Spring Day, JK sees himself on the train. The him on the train appears to be maturer than the one that the train passed, coinciding with Carl’s idea of Abraxas. Also you’ll notice that once again Jin is one JK’s right side and Tae on the left but this time behind the other members.

Another quote is from Herman Hesse’s Demian:
“The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world. The bird flies to God. That God’s name is Abraxas.” If you combine these two quotes with the reflection in JK’s eye after the other members got shot, he is standing in the centre with what looks to be a gun. 

Originally posted by eyomo

A person born must first destroy the world. The members are JK’s world as shown by the worry on his face in Spring Day when he couldn’t find them. 

Originally posted by whybangtanboys

And the reflection JK appears to be staring right at him because the bird flies to Abraxas. Reflection JK is JK’s shadow from the Begin short film, the shadow shown to have wings at the end. Two halves of one whole. As stated before Abraxas represents indivisualatity and JK is now alone.

Originally posted by jiminiemini

Also from the short film is the painting. Blood splatters onto it while JK is crying. May or may not be foreshadowing, I don’t know.

One final thing I have to add is that if you watch Not Today before Spring Day its almost like JK is reminiscing the times he had with his friends before they died. There is a scene on the train where JK is alone on the cart then opens his eyes and everyone is there, almost like he’s wishing they’re there. (Sorry about gif quality)

Not only that but in the behind the scenes RapMon said that they’re filming his birthday scene. But why was JK infront of the cake? Why did he look so sad? Then there was a similar scene where JK is alone in the room with a match, it goes out then time appears to reverse and everyone is there. He misses them. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a scene that took place not long after he shot them. 

Sorry if this makes no sense, its 3am roughly.

suhckers  asked:

I'm not sure if you've ever answered this (I apologise if you have) Do you have a name for Clown Baby?

Yes, I do actually have a name for clown baby :)

For some reason I got really attached to the name Lucius. At first it was just going to be a filler name until I found a new one, but then I just decided I might as well keep it lol

The baby’s middle name is Abraxas (no connection to HP btw, just a coincidence) which I chose because of the meaning. There’s a book called The Seven Sermons to the Dead and in that book the name is for a being that “transcends both God and the devil” and is basically good and evil in one being.  

It’s probably stupid lol, but I feel like Joker would pick that name because his child is the creation of himself and Harley. I would think Joker considers himself pretty horrible but Harley is different. In a weird way the name kind of represents the child being “good” from the beauty and perfectness of Harley (in Joker’s eyes) and “evil” obviously from Joker himself.

From the Third Sermon to the Dead:

Abraxas* begetteth truth and lying, good and evil, light and darkness, in the same word and in the same act. Wherefore is Abraxas terrible.

It is splendid as the lion in the instant he striketh down his victim. It is beautiful as a day of spring. It is the great Pan himself and also the small one. It is Priapos.

It is the monster of the under-world, a thousand-armed polyp, coiled knot of winged serpents, frenzy.

It is the hermaphrodite of the earliest beginning.

It is the lord of the toads and frogs, which live in the water and go up on the land, whose chorus acendeth at noon and at midnight.

It is abundance that seeketh union with emptiness.

It is holy begetting.

It is love and love’s murder.

It is the saint and his betrayer.

It is the brightest light of day and the darkest night of madness.

To look upon it, is blindness.

To know it, is sickness.

To worship it, it death.

To fear it, is wisdom.

To resist it not, is redemption.

* what Tillich might call ‘God beyond God’, what Hindus call Brahman