Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Interview with Aaron Ulcer.



Full Name:
Aaron Ulcer.


Do you have a nickname or what do your friends call you?
Badger.

Birthplace:
Framingham, MA

Current hometown:
Cranston, RI

Favorite city and why?
I had a lot of fun in MPLS, both Portlands and Olympia WA back in the day.  The older I get though, the less appealing I find urban areas.

Birthday/Age:
January 16, 1973- 40 y/o

How would you describe yourself physically?
Short, stocky, some muscle tone, mostly pudge.

How would someone else describe you physically?

Short and fat probably.

The first thing people notice about you is…

I'm only 5 foot 3, or that I'm covered in tattoos if they're visible.
The funny thing is I’m so used to you being short that I completely forget about it until you ask me to get something for you from the top shelf, or until we hang out with a group of average height people.
I think I just have a very large/ loud presence which gives the illusion that I'm taller than I really am.  Charles Manson once said “I may only stand 5' 2, but I can yell louder than any man I know.”

Hair Color/Eye Color/Race?
Light brown, green, Caucasian.

Sexual orientation:
Straight.

Religion, if any?
Saxon Heathen.
Tell us a bit about that. I always end up telling people that my room-mate worships Thor.
That actually isn't too far off, as Saxon Heathenry is an offshoot of the larger umbrella of Germanic Heathen traditions, of which the better known Norse variant is as well.  The Norse call him Thor, we call him Thunor.  Basically, I practice a modern, reconstructed version of the pre Christian religion of the confederation of Germanic tribes (Angles, Saxons and Jutes, aka “the Anglo Saxons”) who came to England from the Baltic sea region in 5th century AD and eventually formed the English nation.   As I stated, what I do is very similar to the “Norse” practice, but with less of an emphasis on the Viking machismo that some (not all, I have MANY great friends in the Norse community who are pretty much reading on the same page as I am re: practice) Norse practitioners get sucked into.  We have more of an emphasis on plant, animal and local land spirits as well as our ancestors, and less of an emphasis on patriarchal, “hack em smash em” silliness.  You can think of us as a more nature based, animistic version of the Norse thang, done with a modern attitude rather than a warrior based, reenactment LARP type of thing.
So no funny clothes or ren faire posturing from us.  For as much as some groups think that “traditional” garb and roles such as “thrall, sacral king, etc.” lend an air of authenticity to their practice, I feel that more often than not, they make the entire community look like a bunch of escapist nutjobs, and that is the antithesis of what we are trying to do (once again, I do know of some exceptions to this).  And for the same reason, I also hate any overt or covert bigots who try to pervert what we believe into some kind of quasi racialist/ political movement, but luckily, in the Anglo Saxon Heathen community, that element is pretty much nonexistent.  I plan to keep it that way.
A little known fact about what we practice, but one that I feel is of tremendous importance, is that much of the modern herbalism practiced here in North America was codified in an Anglo Saxon text known as The Lacnunga (included in its entirety in the book “Leechcraft” that I listed as a desert island fave.)  Since healing and edible plants are an integral component of survivalism (which is a practice and attitude I was pretty much conditioned with from the time I was knee high to a grasshopper), I was very excited to learn that herbalism as I understand it has a legitimate, historically supported religious base, and one developed by my English ancestors to boot!  In The Lacnunga you can see where the transition from the original Pagan/ Heathen practice to Christianity started to occur as both the old gods and Jesus are mentioned in this text, sometimes in the same charms.  Many of the useful medicinal plants you see growing here now (Plantains, Camomile, Mugwort, etc.) were brought over here by early English (Christian) settlers, that they were using in England LONG before they converted to Christianity.  This is important to know, because it flies in the face of both the “herbalism is strictly a Pagan practice” and “herbalism was invented by Native Americans and the Chinese” assertions, both of which are incorrect.

Are you superstitious at all? Any phobias?

A bit of a hypochondriac, a severe anxiety sufferer, I often worry and over think about the overall health of my respiratory and cardio vascular health, sometimes with good reason.

Do you smoke/drink?   If so, what?   Any bad habits?
Drink alcohol, eat some crap food from time to time.  I never smoked anything but pot and I barely do that anymore.  I have struggled with alcoholism in the past, but now I work the night shift which affords me very little opportunities to drink, that is probably the main reason why I keep those shifts.
You forgot to mention that you smoke cloves by proxy. *laughs*
Haha.  Although I absolutely loathe regular cigarettes, I really do like the smell of cloves, and (for some reason) am not bothered by them or the second hand smoke from hand rolled cigarettes.  When someone sparks up a Marlboro or other commercial brand cancer stick though, I am absolutely repulsed by it.

Current occupation/Dream job:
Screenprinter and courier for a pharmacy.  Looking into being a counselor or therapist at some point.  My dream job would be to get paid to lecture and write about pre Christian European religions and traditions, which I am absolutely fascinated by.  I went camping five times this summer, and I must say the less amenities that I had the more I enjoyed it, so if I could get paid to be a camping/ survival instructor that'd rock too.

What do you like to do when you’re not at work?
Buy crap on the internet, sleep, cook when I have time.  Making artwork is nice too when the inspiration hits me.

What is your zombie outbreak survival plan?
I am far more worried about what real, actual humans are capable of doing in a crisis situation, so my “zombie” survival plan is the same as my “regular, animated human beings” survival plan.  It starts with getting as far away from populated areas as possible, hopefully with a group of like minded people who have my back.
Excellent answer.

 
Weapon of choice:
Ka Bar Marine fighting knife.


Do you have any special skills?

Divination, herbalism, sewing, food prep and preservation and basic brewing and fermentation are a few of the many things I know how to do.  They rank as some of the more important, hence my listing them here.

Did you go to college and, if so, what for?

I went on and off for six years, first majoring in fine arts and then switching to graphic design.  I never finished and it was a colossal waste of my time and money.  Like many Gen X-ers I was forced to attend by my parents who bought the line of higher ed bullshit that was fed to them by the status quo.  If I had kids in this day and age I'd put just as much pressure on them NOT to go to college as my parents did on me to go.

Any pets?   If so, what are they and what are their names?

I have no time for pets, but I do love most animals.

What is your favorite animal?

Badgers of course.

Speaking of pets, any pet peeves?
Too many to list, but lately it's people who think out loud and state the obvious, like if I'm carrying a big box of stuff they'll say “whoa, look at this guy, he's carrying a big box of stuff!” Thanks Einstein, like I didn't already know that.  I also hate the general attitude of compliance and complacency that most Americans (especially here in Rhode Island) have.

Favorite/Least favorite Food:
My favorite food is probably Indian/ Pakistani/ Bengali curries made with a tomato or yogurt/ cream based sauce served over rice.  Tikka Masalas, Jalfrezis, Kormas, etc.  Least favorite is seafood, especially anything that has fish broth in it or on it.

What is your favorite quotation/motto/saying?
“I'll try anything twice”, “Hard work will always beat talent when talent refuses to work hard” and “Anything worth doing is worth doing wrong” (ie- “just get in there and do it, and don't give up until you get it right.”  Joel Saletin came up with this quote, I love that guy...)

What is the best thing that ever happened to you?
Aligning myself with the spiritual traditions of my Anglo Saxon and Celtic ancestors has been an extremely joyous, eye opening and consciousness expanding process for me.  The results have sometimes been akin to what Zen practitioners call “mindfulness”, but without the overlay of Asian mysticism that Westerners can't really grasp anyway.  My spiritual preference is much like my musical and literary ones: dirty, underground, crude, misunderstood, controversial, but sincere, direct and highly effective.

What is the worst thing that ever happened to you?
In 1996 my mother sold the house in MA that my sister and I grew up in which was worth $170,000 at the time for only $90,000.  She did this because her waste of life boyfriend kept pressuring her to move out to IA with him where he was originally from and she didn't want to hold out for a fair sale of the house.  Because of her selling the house for almost half of what it was worth, the money promised to me from its sale (which was to be used to pay off the student loans I never agreed to take out in the first place) was never given to me. After she'd been out in IA for about a year I went to visit her and witnessed her boyfriend calling her a bitch and a cunt in front of me several times.  He was certainly never what could be mistaken for as “a gentleman” but his treatment of my mother seemed really extra harsh even for an asshole like him, and I felt that he needed to be called out on it.  So, when I politely asked him what his problem was he got up and postured like he was going to attack me, at which point my mother screamed “Mind your own fucking business!” at me.  In a flurry of screaming and tears I said “Take me to the fucking airport RIGHT NOW!”  It was the last time I ever saw her.
Two months before visiting her in IA I had found out that she had put me into debt for $18,000 (not the $6000 she'd said I was) in student loans without telling me (growing up there was a lot of “here, sign this it's for school” that I didn't ask enough questions about).  When I confronted her about the loans while visiting her in IA, her response was “Oh, just blow them off, your credit will only be bad for seven years, it's not like you'll be buying a house anytime soon anyway.”  I was floored.  Between her ripping me off, shining off our entire family and continuing to coddle her completely useless boyfriend, I'd decided to stop talking to her, and told her so in a rather explosive phone conversation when I got back to RI.  Ten months later she tried to talk to me on the phone while I was staying with my grandfather and I gave her some very brief, “mmm hmm, uh huh” answers on the phone because my grandfather was standing right there and I couldn't lay into her the way I REALLY wanted to.  Two weeks later she died of a massive brain aneurism, rumored to have been at least partly caused by recent and frequent use of methamphetamine.
I do not mourn the passing of this woman and never have.  In fact, I was actually quite relieved when she died.  The fact though, that all these issues were never resolved before she died, well THAT is something that has fucked with me on and off for the past 15 years, because unlike my father (who died a few years ago), the woman was not COMPLETELY unreasonable.  Mostly, but not completely.  I would feel much better about the whole thing if we could have resolved something before she died, but in a way I almost think that she consciously chose to die when she did because she realized that she had fucked her entire family over and outlived her relevance to us, as weird as that may sound.  If she did indeed take herself out in some way, I think it was to finally relieve my grandfather, my sister and I of her selfish, deceitfulness and to punish her idiot boyfriend who was incapable of taking care of himself.  In the end, her death hit him the hardest.  Good.
Also worthy of noting is that after my mother died, her boyfriend tried to swindle my sister and I out of the money from the sale of the house that my mother bought when she was in IA, that he contributed absolutely NOTHING to.  Luckily he backed off when my sister got a lawyer and ended up buying us out (for the sum of like $45,000, which is big money out there apparently).  It's a good thing he came to his senses, because I seriously had every intention of going out there and burning that house down with him in it if he'd succeeded in screwing us out of that money.
1996-2001 was quite a rough patch for me, and all of this has led to some major “trust”, “mommy” and “abandonment” issues.  Can't help it kids, sorry.  Therapy did help me a lot though, I'm happy to say.

Ever had your heart broken? Is there a story worth telling behind your answer?
I am not very resilient when it comes to bouncing back from breakups and relationships gone wrong, in fact, in some cases it has literally taken me years to recover from them.  I'm extremely picky about who I get involved with romantically, so when I do actually meet a woman I feel close with, it's a big deal and a big investment for me emotionally.  I'm a lot different than most of the men I know who try to fornicate with anybody and anything that lets them.
So with that said, aside from dealing with the relatively standard infidelities that most people experience in relationships, I actually have no tales of losing my life savings, best friend, etc. to some evil woman who set out to ruin me.  My main problem has always been that I have on a few occasions had very romantic and intense feelings for women who would have preferred being treated like shit, yet somehow in my own fucked up way, there were subtle underpinnings of me wanting to treat them like shit myself.  A little bit of salty, shitty treatment was always present in my gift giving, poem writing, door holding treatment towards them, which left both them (and myself) feeling rather conflicted. There was a certain femme fatale type that I often coveted in my younger years that I avoid now as much as my will power will allow me to.

Ever broken someone’s heart? Is there a story worth telling behind your answer? I have broken some hearts and I can say with confidence that I would much rather have my own heart broken than break someone else's.  Nobody feels bad for you when you reject someone, but everyone pities the rejected.  In a couple of instances though, for as much as the woman I rejected felt slighted by me, I feel no remorse on my end, especially the times where someone cheated on me and then insisted I should take them back.  And then there was the one who tried to goad me into beating her up to try and take the heat off of her for cheating on me.  I can't say I feel the slightest bit of pity or empathy for her at all.

What is the best thing you’ve ever done?
That is hard for me to pin down, but I sing on a record called “Commence The Apocalypse” by a band called Straight To Hell that I was in some years ago.  To this date, I think Nate from Gloom records only pressed 200 copies of it, but even if I wasn't in the band, it would be one of my own personal, favorite records.  That was the first time I ever recorded something where I listened to it after the fact and said to myself “this is perfect” I would have to say that ranks up there as one of my proudest and happiest moments.

What is the worst thing you’ve ever done?
I have few regrets, but if I could correct any past mistakes, it would be when my mother gave me the “if you don't go to college or join the military you'll get disowned and thrown out on your ass” ultimatum when I was 17 and about to quit high school.  When I finish my time machine, I'll be getting into my truck, saying “see ya” and heading out to WA state like I had originally planned.  That may turn into a giant failure and/ or mistake on my end, but at least I'll be failing on my own terms rather than someone else's.  Growing up, my family had a complete inability to be able to communicate anything in any way other than giving ultimatums and a punishment/ rewards system.  In my adult life I refuse to play that game with anybody, no matter what the stakes are.  Threats and intimidation do not cultivate respect in those they are directed at. It's too bad our government can't figure that out.

If you could kill one person, consequence free, who would it be and why?
We are in a really interesting time in the development of human consciousness, where I feel that, more and more people have become soulless, greedy, consuming machines with no reverence for anyone else or the planet they actually live on.  Those who continue to propagate and drive the machine of greed and consumerism are my #1 enemy, and as far as I'm concerned, any and all of them are fair game if they cannot be persuaded to start caring for this planet rather than ruining it.

What do you do?
Think, breathe, love, hate, create and destroy.

How did you get started doing what you do?
The art, music, writing et al. that I do has always been born out of frustration.  Frustration from the lack of seeing anyone else doing it.  Almost all of my endeavors started with at least a year's worth of waiting around and searching, thinking to myself “Damn, I wish SOMEBODY was doing ____” and either coming up empty handed, or being wholly unimpressed by the quality of art/ music/ et al. that I finally DID find.  In 1994 I wanted to hear more high speed, pissed off hard core thrash bands and Dropdead was the only one around.  Enter my band, Ulcer.  In 1996 I wanted to hear a band that combined fast Japanese hardcore with early NYHC, and from that Paindriver was born.  In 2000 after moving back from Pittsburgh PA, I wanted to play in a band that showcased the best of Scandinavian and UK '82 hardcore punk- enter Straight To Hell.  In 2005 I started to sniff around the Norse Heathen community here in New England, and after a few failed starts, started my own inhired (kindred) in 2010 called Saxnot's Hearth.  I also wanted to see more folk/ graphic inspired artwork in the Heathen community instead of the Conan The Barbarian/ Dungeons And Dragons fantasy art that saturated it, so in 2009 I began painting, drawing and sculpting religious artwork that was done in a geometric/ Americana/ folk art style I hadn't seen many others doing.  I am not done creating yet, and won't be until I expire.  To quote Eartha Kitt "I am learning all the time. The tombstone will be my diploma."
You know I totally relate to being inspired to be creative because the thing that you’re looking for isn’t out there. I’m the same way. For me, I’d rather just sit back and enjoy the media that I’m looking for rather than go through the effort of having to create it. But so often I just can’t find the music/art/literature I’m looking for and I have to create it myself.
In all honestly, with the art I do, I initially asked a local comic book artist to design the original logo for my Heathen inhired, which was a drawing of the god “Saxnot” on horseback, based off the awesome Sutton Hoo helmet.  I handed him a bunch of sketches, links, reference etc. at one of his openings, and he ended up stalling me out for three months and then eventually backed out of the project completely.  Once that happened I was like “screw this, if you want something done right (or in this case done AT ALL) you have to do it yourself” so I got my pens, paper and pencils out and started cranking out the kind of artwork I wanted to see. 
I'm now at the point where I can transfer what I have in my head onto the paper, canvas et al. and that is in no small part due to the massive amount of internet and book references, light box for tracing, digital camera, etc. that I have at my disposal.  I think once the things I'm interested in like music, artwork, martial arts, etc. get demystified and broken down into a step by step process (either by myself, or by someone kind enough to teach me), I realize that, as I stated before, “hard work will always beat talent when talent refuses to work hard.”  I have very little aptitude or natural ability for any of the interests I just listed, but what I DO have going for me is a will and drive to make these things come to light in reality, no matter what the investment is.  Concentration plus imagination equals manifestation.

What is your advice to other people that want to get started doing what you do?
I don't care if people do what I do.  Do your own thing not mine.  If you happen to come to the same place(s) I've been of your own accord or sheer misfortune, perhaps I can serve as a loose guideline for how to deal with some of life's more interesting and painful nuances.  If not, good luck to you.  Clearly I have issues and the way I deal with them wouldn't work for everybody, so I would say- make your own way in this world, and if someone gives you an ultimatum or tries to bully you into behaving a certain way, end your relationship with them immediately.  That is the one hard(est) lesson I have learned.

What projects are you working on?
Always something but the most current is some illustrations dedicated to the work of Wilhelm Reich.
Yeah! When are you going to get those finished and where can people go to buy prints when you get the prints printed?
See my website.  I can be contacted directly for purchases, commissions, etc.

What are you watching?
I hate TV and most movies, so besides some youtube vlogs and podcasts, not much.

What are you listening to?
Osmonds “Crazy Horses”, Winter , White Flag, Out Cold, Fallout (Peter Steele from Type O Negative/ Carnivore's first band), Driller Killer, Agnostic Front, Post Mortem, Bad Brains, Youth Of Today, Uniform Choice, Moss, C.I.A. and many many more.

What are you reading?
Popular Religion in Late Saxon England by Karen Louise Jolly

Favorite author/book?
Looking For the Lost Gods Of England by Kathleen Herbert

Favorite band/song?
Genocide (NJ) “Submit To Genocide” LP

Least favorite band/song?
For some reason, I loathe The Who, especially the song “Teenage Wasteland”.

Desert Island Music/Movies/Books: You know the deal. Five of each.
Music- Motorhead “No Remorse”, Black Sabbath “Master Of Reality”, KISS “Dressed To Kill”, Agnostic Front “Victim In Pain”, Negative Approach “Total Recall”.
Books- The Return Of the Dead- Claude Lecouteaux, Leechcraft- Stephen Pollington, When Technology Fails- Matthew Stein, Aspects Of Anglo Saxon Magic- Bill Griffiths, Looking For The Lost Gods Of England- Kathleen Herbert

If you could do anything other than what you do now, what would you do?
Live in the mountains, unencumbered by technological doo dads and annoying humans.

Who would you want to meet that you haven’t met? You get three choices:
Alive. Dead. Fictional.

Alive- I'll know when I meet them, dead- Woden, fictional- Woden.

What’s the best and worst job you’ve ever had?
Best job was as a temp at Newbury Comics because it was the only job to date where I actually liked my boss and every single one of my coworkers.  Worst job was cleaning HVAC ducts.  The dickhead boss wouldn’t supply me with a respirator.  I lasted two shifts.

Are there any questions that I didn’t ask that you wished I had asked that you would like to answer now?
Nope.

Anyone you recommend I interview that you can put me in touch with?
I find most RI scenesters pretty hilarious.  Ask any of them why they do what they do and prepare for a bunch of “duuuh, cause I want to and it's ironic and funny!” type of answers.

Got any questions for me?
Where do you see the US in five years?
Well, you know that you and I differ on this point. I know that things have been getting worse as each year passes and we’re moving closer to a socialist oligarchical despotic neo-feudal police state with each new law inflicted on us by our “representatives” in the federal government who feel inspired to make laws that don’t apply to them on a personal level that continue to roll-back our civil rights until they’re practically nonexistent. That being said, I think that people will continue to just suck it up and deal with it and let the government do what it wants to. There’s never going to be any kind of widespread universal civil disruption where people take to the streets to demonstrate their disagreement with what the government has been doing to them since I organized a protest against the first Gulf War when I was in junior high school. All the government has to do is pull the plug on the internet and the cell phone towers and people would lose their ability to coordinate any kind of demonstrative action. Americans, for the most part, are dim-witted, servile, and easily led. They don’t do any kind of critical thinking and if you read the comment threads on almost anything on the internet the average American shows themselves in their purest form. The fact that there are still Christians in this age of the internet where you can use your phone to access a satellite and watch yourself standing on the street live via satellite is amazing and depressing to me. Did that answer your question? And where do YOU see the US in five years?
In the past, I envisioned cataclysmic events in this country that were anything and everything from to the dollar crashing, a full on “new world order” declaration of martial law, class war, food shortage, Soviet style break up, etc. etc.  Nowadays I'm inclined to believe that any and or all of those things could happen, and at least a couple of them probably will eventually.  Unlike a few years ago though, I don't actually look at our government as a highly sophisticated machine of oppression, in fact, nowadays I see the ruling elite as a bunch of pampered, narcissistic imbeciles who behave in much the same way that the average, dumb Americans you spoke of do, albeit with more power and influence.  Where Joe Six Pack is easily distracted by his local sports team and the Kardashians, senator what's-his-name is easily distracted by bribes, yachts and graft.  I'm not hopeful for a revolution, nor do I even will one to happen, because let's face it- the warlords of the post-apocalyptic wasteland could be a bunch of despotic tyrants who make our current government look like a bunch of teddy bears. 
With that said, I do what I have to do to get by and take life day to day.  I don't always have hope for the future, but every once in a while I'll meet some Gen Y types who really impress me with their fortitude.  I hope more of these kids come out of the woodwork and start working towards a better future, not just for this country, but for the world as a whole.  I tend to view the world through the lens of my own generation's perception, and I honestly have come to the conclusion that we are for the most part a bunch of proverbial sheep in wolves clothing.  The next generation is the real hope, and for as much as their ironic posturing and perceived narcissism and materialism irritates me, I think they may actually have the cubes to get out there and challenge the status quo.  I grew up when times were still good, therefore I had the luxury of being the “radical” equivalent of a loud mouthed used car salesman.  In the end, it was all vanity and talk.  That is the weakness in character of most Americans, and our leaders are no exception.  The next generation won't be afforded such a luxury.

Closing questions / summary / and thanks:
Thanks for the interview!
A lot of people ask me things about my beliefs, goals, etc. so for the immediate future I can direct them to this site and their questions will be answered.
Good on you for launching this site Scott, there's a lot of cool stuff on here.
Thanks for that!
And thanks for letting me interview you!
See you in the kitchen!


Pitch parade:
Give me all of your links for things you want to promote.   All of them.
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About the Interviewee:
Badger (aka “Aaron Ulcer”) was a long time participant in the US DIY hardcore punk scene, circa 1987- 2005.  He has since gone on to pursue endeavors in visual arts and the Germanic Heathen community. 

About the Interviewer:
Scott Lefebvre has probably read everything you've read and can write about whatever you want him to write about.
Mostly because when he was grounded for his outlandish behavior as a hyperactive school child, the only place he was allowed to go was the public library.
His literary tastes were forged by the works of Helen Hoke, Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell, Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson, Stephen King, Clive Barker, Edgar Allan Poe, and H. P. Lovecraft.
He is the author of Spooky Creepy Long Island and a contributing author to Forrest J. Ackerman’s Anthology of the Living Dead, Fracas: A Collection of Short Friction, The Call of Lovecraft, and Cashiers du Cinemart.
His reviews have been published by a variety of in print and online media including Scars Magazine, Icons of Fright, Fatally Yours and Screams of Terror, and he has appeared in Fangoria, Rue Morgue and HorrorHound Magazine.
He is the Assistant Program Director for The Arkham Film Society and produces Electronic Music under the names Master Control and LOVECRAFTWORK.
He is currently working on a novel-length expansion of a short-story titled, "The End Of The World Is Nigh", a crowd-funded, crowd-sourced, post-apocalyptic, zombie epidemic project.
You can check out the blog for the book here: theendoftheworldisnighbook.blogspot.com/
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