“The Ceremony is tomorrow …” –Bree, Lonelygirl15, October 11, 2006.
Yes, we scooped the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times about Lonelygirl15, not in the identity of those responsible for the work, but, much more importantly, by identifying Lonelygirl15 as a spectacularly beautiful work.
Much has happened since Issue Two: Bree, Daniel, and the creators of Lonelygirl15 have been identified and revealed as artists.
And we at Burning Shorts consider it the highest tribute to this work that, fact or fiction, the series, now nearly fifty episodes, continues to grow more and more compelling.
And, yes, as Bree explains, “The Ceremony is tomorrow …” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmWkkRm-DbE … This is a most ominous bulletin. Recent episodes have shown Bree and Daniel estranged, and Bree falling more deeply under the influence of the occult magic, or as Aleister Crowley [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleister_Crowley ] called it, “Magick”. Indeed, Crowley’s bizarre influence floats through the episodes like a sinister aroma.
Bree, it feels to us at Burning Shorts , is in great jeopardy. Real jeopardy because the work has earned our suspension of disbelief … Indeed, you can find “The Ceremony is tomorrow …” at the refreshed
http://www.lonelygirl15.com or http://www.lonelygirl15.com/?p=79&play=1 . The LGPEDIA wiki link at the site reveals all there is to know, with justified confidence: the work has earned our suspension of disbelief. So …
Send best wishes, prayers, spells or magic to protect our Bree … “The Ceremony is tomorrow … “