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Cy Thoth's Firebunker
Cy Thoth assaulted the airwaves from his bunker deep inside the bowels of the majic mountain for seven years from 2006 - 2013
"Let's ingest the pyromaniac mana of the under world hosts/and receive the unction of the narcotic carcasses of the ghosts/as we descend the spiral stairs and the circle of eternal return/to hear the voices of the damned & the possessed in the nether world...."
With these words Cy Thoth would prepare his audience for the assault to come, a non-stop violation of our consensual reality for four hours every "Thorsday" on kfjc. With his distinctive vocal delivery and super-impositions "a la William Burroughs and Gysin," Cy Thoth's Firebunker was required listening for anyone actively resisting the dominant paradigm during the dark years from 2006-2013.
2014-2020 - Hear voices from the void and echoes from the bardo plane every Thorsday at kfjc.org where we will re-stream seven years worth of the Firebunker. Starting with his earliest show we will stream one show a week starting every Thorsday at 2pm. The shows will be available here for two weeks from their posting date.
December 8, 2016 - Firebunker 144 (original air date
December 7, 2008)
December 1, 2016 - Firebunker 143 (original air date November 27, 2008) In his opening monologue Cy Thoth reveals more of the origin of his ritual invocation, specifically the spiral stairs, delving here into the meaning of spirals. He references newton's golden spiral, talks of the interpretation of the spirals and how spirals are a recurring form in nature.
November 24, 2016 - Firebunker 142 (original air date November 20, 2008) In the waning days of fundraiser 2008 Cy Thoth gives us psychedelia and super-impositions including: Book of Shadows/Karkowski, Furudate, Zeitkratzer/Sunburned Hand of the Man. Grindlestone/Jackie-o-motherfucker/Way of the Cross. Yellow Swans/Volvox/Maurizio Bianchi. Joe Preston & Daniel Menche/Shallow Waters. Nordvargr/Tibetan Monks from the album Tibet-Heart of the Dharma. Monument of Urns/Trees.
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