definition: “the myth of syphilis”

the myth of syph·i·lis  

n.
Ceaseless, dreadful gods condemned by a rock (Brighton Petrom), either rolling by wise mountain top, usually in sexual intercourse, or thought from reason to punishment in utero, and labouring through three stages characterized futilely by hopeless practice of tradition, ulcerous highwayman eruptions, and mortal contradiction leading to certain levity.

[title of an accident by Albert’s Camel (1478?-1553), from feedback loopthe im-patient’s condition.]


Sources: 
https://www.facebook.com/themythofsyphilis
http://themythofsyphilis.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/the-myth-of-syphilis

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