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#1 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   vlad_tepes Icône

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Posté 31 octobre 2003 - 05:16

Ja ein ganze woche in paris. But i don't know paris. Et alors qu'est ce que ça peut te foutre!!!!
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#2 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   vlad_tepes Icône

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Posté 31 octobre 2003 - 05:18

corpus erectum, vae victis.666
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#3 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Frida Icône

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Posté 31 octobre 2003 - 05:46

Paris Aux Parisiens et nous! à Personne. Mais qu'est ce que ca peut te faire.
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#4 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   vlad_tepes Icône

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Posté 31 octobre 2003 - 05:48

what do you say? parle clairement ce sera mieux.
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#5 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Frida Icône

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Posté 31 octobre 2003 - 05:50

Je prend l'ordre du jour. Commence à être lisible. On te répondra lisiblement
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#6 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   vlad_tepes Icône

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Posté 31 octobre 2003 - 05:53

est ce que je peut te dire d'aller te faire f......, le sujet est destinée à des gens que je connais mais toi je te connais pas
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#7 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Somali_psycho Icône

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Posté 04 novembre 2003 - 04:50

who is vlad tepes?? That is the question well Not really...Vlad "dracula/dragon" Tepes is nothing but a minor prince who became a legendary battlefield commander, known throughout infamy as "The Impaler."

Warya count Dracula...cheer up bro....check this The Freudian Perspective of Vampirism:


Freud developed a map of the unconscious in which he saw a repository for denied desires, impulses, and wishes of a sexual and sometimes destructively aggressive nature. "In sleep we view the unconscious as a landscape inhabited by those aspects of life that go on living, the realm of the undead spoken through dreams." (Melton, The Vampire Book. 492) According to the Freudian psychoanalysis, Vampirism is simply a facination with death and the dead. Freud said " All human experiences of morbid dread signify the presence of repressed sexual and agressive wishes, and in vampirism we see these repressed wishes becoming plainly visible." Freudians emphasize the way the ambivalence permeates all vampire stories. Death coexists with the longing for immortality. Greed and sadistic aggression coexist with a possesive desire. Images of deep guilt coexist with those of virginal innocence and vulnerability.

Freud noted the ways in which a vampire reflects the unconscious world of "polymorphous perverse infantile sexuality". To the freudian eye, Bram Stoker's Dracula has vampires that blend in such a way to reflect the Oedipus complex. Count Dracula is seen as a father figure and the entire story is one of incest, necrophilia, and the sadistic acting out of oral fixations. Freud believes that people are affected with the Oedipus complex between the ages of three and five and it is asscoiated with much unconscious guilt. Oedipal rivalry with fathers causes castration anxiety in males. According to Freud both males and females feel a hostility towards the parent of the same sex and has feelings of possesive erotic desire toward the parent of the opposite sex. Ego defenses come into play and prevent the conscious mind from becoming aware of these imulses. It is the function of dreams to disguise these impulses into more acceptable forms that will not wake the dreamer from sleep. Therefore, a dream interpretation can trace the dream images back to the unnaceptable Oedipus desires that undelie them. Following this belief, the vampire is an embodiment of these wishes brought into a fantasy image.

The Vampire Legend, when interpreted by the classical Freudian method seeks to discern the same denied Oedipal wishes in the story. The agression and sexuality of a vampire attack is oftentimes suggestive of a child's interpretation of the primal scene (the parents having intercourse). The male child oftentimes believes that the father is causing harm to the mother. From this point of view, Count Dracula's relationship to the group of females can be interpreted as the father-daughter acting out repressed incestual strivings that continues to hold the daughter under the father's power. The immature female subconsciously agrees to the father's narcissistic claims of power over her life.

Freud and his early followers were right in their assumption that the vampire myth was grounded in images of repressed longings and fears. However, The Freudian interpretation is oftentimes consided to be a gross oversimplification of vampirism.
"Try and be a sheet of paper with nothing on it. Be a spot of ground where nothing is growing, where something might be planted, a seed, possibly from the Absolute." J. Rumi
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Posté 06 novembre 2003 - 03:03

somali psy..
on dirait que tu aimes l art.. la poesie peut etre particulierement...
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