Monday, March 31, 2014

Sex and Religion

Sex is a sacred and Holy act of expressing human qualities. Retards of Western religions force upon the sexual act the nature of negativity.

In Hinduism, Sex is a celebration. A divine union of the yin and the yang.

Modern India where sex and sexual topics are censored is due to the forceful impact of colonisation. India was colonised by illiterate idiotic barbaric Mughals and greedy stupid British. They brought with them and enforced the concepts of pardaa/ burqa and Victorian prudence.

Sex is great. Sexual orientation is personal. Sexual desire is natural. Sex is a necessary act for a human to transcend the Maya.

Marsrim and Jedignostic and idiots like them will tell you are a sinner simply for being born. Fuck them and their kind.

There is more wisdom to be known by fucking a woman than in reading a Holy Book.

Best Wishes,
Ujjwal Dey

"For it is written" / "Maktub"

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

  * * * * * / 5

 All of my struggles and the sum of my faith is vocalised by the story told in this little book.
A few excerpts: "Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own."
"And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it." 
"It's not what enters men's mouths that's evil," said the alchemist. "It's what comes out of their mouth that is."
This is a soul changing book. A parable both ancient and timely and eternal for all generations of men. It at once is a single life changing book as well as a book to help you shape your present life. If Paulo Coelho hasn't achieved spiritual enlightenment or Moksha there certainly ain't anyone else who has either. His books may not be literary elite prose. But his story is a universal language of love, faith, eternity and humanity. I am privileged to have read it and feel honored in recommending it to all in turmoil in body or mind or spirit.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

And the Adventure explodes like madness upon the rabid

Book Review: The Man of Bronze by Kenneth Robeson

* * * * * / 5

I started reading this yesterday and in a matter of 8 or 9 hours I have finished reading it cover to cover. It is a true page-turner. Gripping from the first line to the next to every paragraph, it is masterfully designed to thrill you into unseen adventure.

It is miraculous how this really dated novel seems to feel captivating even today, generations and cultures apart. It is a timeless masterpiece of genre fiction.

Lot is said and described about Doc Savage in this first book in the series. But it had to be done to establish this superhuman character. His strength, physical and mental, his determination in spirit and wisdom, is unmatched world over.

Lot of the physical exercises he is described to be doing is exactly like the yoga resistance exercises I learnt under the tutorial of Sri Paramahansa Yogananda. The California ashram of Self-Realisation Fellowship continues teaching these exercises in USA and rest of the world till today.

I feel greatly elated upon beginning this adventure. I rarely read series and sequels unless they are independent of each other. I have often exclaimed my distaste of Harry Potter and The Dune and the likes. This is more in tune to the adventures of say Tarzan or Conan the Barbarian or the modern James Bond. Very readable and never feels out of date.

Mayan gold is waiting to be discovered and an ancient civilisation will be visited by the Feathered Serpent and the miraculous Man of Bronze. Read it to believe it.

Here is Ron Ely who was also a TV Tarzan and the Doc Savage in the 1975 movie in a promotional photo of Doc Savage 1975.

Friday, March 07, 2014

Muscle Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

Spectacular reboot

* * * * * / 5

KHAAAAAAANNNNN - is back! Fun and entertaining sequel. Can't say it is better than the first movie but is definitely not lagging behind in thrills and action and drama and special effects. Thoroughly engaging with plot twists and a Superman Vs. Spock fight which is a must see and the best part of the movie. Very much what fans would want to see in the reboot of TOS. Good stuff from JJ Abrams. Well written and directed. The chemistry of James T Kirk and Spock begins to show in this movie. The Scotty and Bones and all are also brilliant in their characterised roles.

Muscle Movie Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

Captivating and spellbinding 3 hours

* * * * * / 5

Brilliant. Every second of it is entertaining. You can't take your eyes off the screen. No! This is not an action movie or a special effects display. This is a movie about brokers in Wall Street and yet it is spectacular. You just spend 3 hours watching it without feeling a second is wasted. Leonardo is awesome as always. Others play a good role, especially his team of misfits on the pinksheets. A must watch this year. Sure nominees into the Oscars.

Monday, January 13, 2014

Book Launch Promo: Circus Solace ebook free

Free Ebook this Monday Jan 13, 2014
CIRCUS SOLACE by Chris Castle
Genre: Young Adult, Adventure, Coming of Age
Best Wishes,
Ujjwal Dey
Managing Editor,
Circus Solace by Chris Castle. A brilliant new Young Adult novella.

“Time’s a little of a mystery when it comes to Moon-Dip history” ~ Marcus
“Circus Solace is a story about growing up, loss and being a child, in some ways, forever. It is a story about father and sons, friends and enemies, families lost and families re-forged in curious circumstances. It is fantastical and down to earth and explains why zombies need to juggle, if only for an hour a day.” ~
“A diner owner, a chameleon and a zombie are not surprising. What is surprising is that this story has already happened to so many of us. Metaphors. Meaning. Mazel-tov.” ~ Raymond Hamilton
Review from Raymond Hamilton: “Circus Solace is a glimpse of genius. As always Chris Castle weaves family, emotions, loss and friendships into one story and makes an epic heart-wrenching tale of relationships and the human condition. His grasp of human nature surpasses the best of qualified psychiatrists. Chris Castle has not written a children’s story as an adult. He has written a story for all adults using the perspective of innocent, all-loving, curious children. Therein lies the proof that we will hear Chris Castle’s name echo in literary circles soon enough.”
Circus Solace is a parable of the 20th century. A fable that narrates the decline of the modern man. Using the simple devices of a teenage story, Chris Castle paints a portrait of visible decadence in humanity. Our generation, as with the generation before us, have cared for now and worried not about tomorrow or the ones from yesterday. Circus Solace weaves a network of characters and incidents and instances where you say, “I can relate to that!”
If there ever was a man who has gauged humanity, who has understood every emotion, who has insight into the very everyday actions of modern citizens – it is the author Chris Castle. A teacher by profession, Chris Castle proves that he is in a noble profession and our children have a bright future in the nourishing hands of such educators.
As you read this novella, if you feel a tear-drop, let it drop. If you feel a sad smile, let it break upon your face. If you feel joy for a simple accomplishment, go ahead and cheer. The story is alive. The people in it are alive. You can name them. Re-name them as per the people in your own life. This book hits that close to home. Don’t worry about possibilities, or consequences, or absurdities. Look at it objectively and you can’t help but feel subjectively as to your own past experiences. Let the story consume you. As it devours you, page by page, it will invoke a spark. A little flame inside your heart asking you to be noble, be kind, be considerate. We are all in this together. We are floating and crashing across the galaxies in the same ship called planet Earth. Why be a stranger? Be a friend to have a friend. You own this ship. So does your neighbour. So does the dung beetle and the salmon swimming upstream. Take this epic tale of search, longing, discovery, passion and providence as a milestone after which you become the change you want in others.

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Death of American Culture

American Culture - how corporates sold America and forgot to be American. 

Big Brother - Big Boss.

India and China are such big markets that biggest of brands have to adjust to local culture and taste to make a sale.

And everyone wants a piece of the action from two biggest unexploited retail markets in the world - China and India together represent half the human population of the planet.

MTV which prided upon never changing wherever it goes changed colours in India after just two years in Indian Television market. Today MTV India is unrecognisable to any American MTV fan. It airs only crappy Bollywood song-dance and cheap teenage reality shows where innovative public insults are their USP.

The Big Brother show of Endemol was adapted in India as BIG BOSS. It makes news every year as a new low in Indian Television's display of crassness and crudeness aired on satellite television worldwide.

The reason Big Brother is called Big Boss is also interesting. In Indian culture Big Brother is a term associated with benevolent, generous, helpful and supportive elder brother/s.

So the show is called BIG BOSS in Indian TV screens. As a Boss is the most universally despised person in East and West. LOLz.

Woody Allen refused to release his latest movie in Indian cinema halls. Because the hypocrite Government of India which earns billions of US Dollars from taxes and excise from cigarette sales has a statutory mandatory declaration before each movie - which features horrible graphic videos of cancer patients and worse.

Bravo Woody Allen!

But all are not so idealistic. Most American Studios including Disney, Warner Bros, Universal, Fox Studios, etc are more than willing to bend over backwards to adapt their "content" for India, Indian Government and Indian sensibilities.

The American way is apparently a fallacy. The American culture is disguised and distorted beyond recognition in India and China.

No wonder there is so little goodwill for USA despite its booming sales all over the world. The corporates sold the product/service but forgot to sell the AMERICANA CULTURE to these worldwide moneybag audiences.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Muscle Movie Review: Phata Poster Nikla Hero

Muscle Movie Review: Phata Poster Nikla Hero

* * * * * / 5

The name of the movie says it all. Shahid Kapur is awesome as larger than life hero from a village, landing up in big bad Mumbai. Padmini as a mother shines and proves her skills as an accomplished actress. Ilena is charming and delightful. She livens up the screen while sharing it with a matching "hero" played by Shahid. Definitely a family movie and very much in the mad-cap style of the director's former "Andaz Apna Apna". Don't miss the cameo by Salman Khan, he is at his best playing himself in the movie.

Muscle Movie Review: Grand Masti (Hindi)

Muscle Movie Review: Grand Masti (Hindi)

* * * * / 5

This is a hilarious vulgar movie. It is a movie-length non-veg joke. It keeps surprising you at every new scene and seems like a perfectly molded adult mis-adventure. Definitely worth a watch and it has worthily broken box-office records for adult rated cinema in Bollywood.

Thursday, September 12, 2013 launches launches

 Are you sick and tired of the paid media bombarding you with negativity and bad vibes. Paid Media in India and rest of the world are paid by Corporations and Governments and Political Groups. The paid media spreads negativity and does fear-mongering so that you the audience run to the Corporations and Political Groups for soliciting their products and services.

 Free yourself from the burden of negativity focussed on you by daily news in TV, Radio, Newspaper, Magazines.

Only Positive Vibes coming your way.

 In Christian mythology, the term “Good News” means a message from a God-realised Soul. We promise to motivate you everyday with real world stories about real people who do good and ask no favours from man nor God for continuing to do good.