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Out now is Justin Benson & Aaron Moorheads stunning monster romance, Spring.Blandino's intuitive communications with his unconscious self help illustrate the link between the inner creative process and its outcome.In his words: I bring my body to the studio out of habit. Some of Shock's beliefs include: Shockofgod also claims that every religion, except for Christianity, is the work of man, because non-Christian religions, rejecting the notion that Jesus Christ is the son of God, enslave people in sin. Shock attempts to censor any questioning of his arguments, and rarely provides evidence to support his claims.
"Shock," as he's affectionately known, also runs an Internet radio show from his website "Shockawenow." Shockofgod makes no attempt to hide his strong Christian beliefs, to the point that it's not inconceivable that he's actually an atheist troll trying to make Christians look bad.On the other end is artist Carmelo Blandino, who I featured alongside Hunt Slonem in an earlier article entitled Kindred Spirits, published here at HP.