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2. From Old French Heresie, borrowed from Latin haeresis, from Ancient Greek αἵρεσις (haíresis, “ choice, system of principles ”)
3. Le groupe retrouva ensuite Bergstrand pour l'enregistrement de ' Heresie ' (2008) et du tout nouveau 'En l'Honneur de Jupiter'
4. Afterwards the band returned to its love for Bergstrand's work and with him they recorded ' Heresie ' (2008) and the brand-new 'En l'Honneur de Jupiter'.: Léon Evêque de Rome, quand il dit : Si quelcun s'est converty d' Heresie, qu'on ne le baptize point derechef
5. Heresie was the second LP recorded by this (mainly) Belgian ensemble. Their first, eponymous on its release and later re-titled 1313, set me on my ear - this album convinced me with no turning back that this was a band whose work I would continue to seek out as long as they continued to create.
6. The Univers Zero that had recorded their excellent debut album experienced a few line- up changes; as a result, their music, while remaining enriched with tension and dissonance, became more sinister - yes, "Heresie" is a musical manifesto of impending evil, delivered with an inscrutable touch of distinction inherited from the combined influences of Bartok, Prokofiev, concrete chamber, plus …
7. Referencing Heresie, CD, Album, RE, RM, Rune 313, RUNE 313 Maybe you're thinking "Here we go again, going to have to buy an album I've already got again to get a bonus track", although there's a reason why the cover was totally redesigned as the music was too.
8. In fact, Heresie is a stunning one-of-a-kind item that has never been duplicated by anyone -- including Univers Zero. [The Cuneiform label's 2010 remastered edition includes the nearly 12-minute previously unreleased bonus track "Chaos Hermétique."]
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10. In fact, Heresie is a stunning one-of-a-kind item that has never been duplicated by anyone including Univers Zero.
11. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1982 Vinyl release of "Heresie" on Discogs.
12. Listen free to Univers Zero – Heresie (La Faulx, Jack the Ripper and more)
13. Heresie (also spelt as Hérésie, translating as Heresy) is the second album by Belgian rock in opposition/chamber rock group Univers Zero, recorded in March 1979 and released later in the same year.
14. 4 synonyms of Heresies from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 20 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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16. Heresie opens with its 25 minute manifesto "La Faulx," which is literally translated "scythe." Sure, "death" is the first thing that comes to mind when its weapon of choice is mentioned, but the emotion of song is that of unsettlement
17. While the common describing words for Heresie, such as "dark", "frightening" and "atmospheric", are completely accurate, there's one adjective that's forgotten; "uninteresting." I'll put it simply, because this is a simple album, a one-trick pony
18. 1200, from Old French Heresie, eresie "heresy," and by extension "sodomy, immorality" (12c.), from Latin hæresis, "school of thought, philosophical sect."The Latin word is from Greek hairesis "a taking or
Heresy was defined as a sin in the Catholic Church because the Church would lose power and influence if people were free to believe those parts of Catholic doctrine they wished to believe and to believe doctrines outside of Catholic teachings.
heresy ( n.) any opinions or doctrines at variance with the official or orthodox position; Synonyms: unorthodoxy / heterodoxy. heresy ( n.) a belief that rejects the orthodox tenets of a religion; Synonyms: unorthodoxy. From wordnet.princeton.edu.
1. countable noun A heretic is someone whose beliefs or actions are considered wrong by most people, because they disagree with beliefs that are generally accepted. A heretic is a person who belongs to a particular religion, but whose beliefs or actions seriously disagree with the principles of that religion.
In the Christian church, heresy is a departure from the truth. According to Tyndale Bible Dictionary, the Greek word hairesis, meaning "choice," designates a sect or faction. The Sadducees and Pharisees were sects within Judaism. Sadducees denied the resurrection of the dead as well as an afterlife, saying the soul ceased to exist after death.