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The enigma that’s been taunting millions of its followers sporadically is still no where near being riddled out. The latest release (2 months ago) “; john” hints at new beginnings, while still holding onto previous clues and formats. Each video features a song that is simultaneously released on iTunes, and their latest could be one of their greatest. My personal favorite remains “b”, but “; john” plays on different fields, making followers amp their excitement and anticipation for what’s to come.
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This is one funky calender, eh? Here’s the quoted description “T.I.M. (Translucence Towering Minimize), A Compositional Calendar System, this piece is made out of wood with what look like stencil-cut numbers to denote the current month and day.” He’s only 21 years old and is currently finishing up his BFA at Memphis College of Art, so be sure to keep an eye out for him in the near future.”
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7. Mountains of Silence
Zoroastrians believe the body is impure and shouldn’t pollute the earth after death through burial or cremation. Instead, the deceased are brought to a ceremonial “tower of silence”, usually located on an elevated mountain plateau, and left exposed to the animals and elements. When the bones have been dried and bleached by the sun, they are gathered and dissolved in lime.
6. Tree Burials
Because ground burials are passé, Indigenous tribes in many parts of the world discovered that the best way of disposing the dead was to put them up high. Groups in Australia, British Columbia, the American southwest and Siberia were known to practice tree burial, which involved wrapping the body in a shroud or cloth and placing it in a crook to decompose.