there's a huge amount of energy in conspiratorial mania. the right understand this and game it very well. what's great about the grapejuice blogs is how they surf through this energy, and across layers of belief without becoming fixated. a continual unravelling, connections and extrapolations
 

catalog

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must say that i've had to seriously reconsider my purchase now i've learned that the pictures are b&w. he should try to do a special colour version just for us.
 

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Who loves ya, baby?
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Secret Sunburn
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2020
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We are moon men in an empty sphere building a world from scratch.

Can you imagine someone taking a phone call in 1973 while watching the Exorcist in a movie theater? Impossible..

If the theater was once the American Sweat Lodge, what to make of the Internet?

The Internet was Dante’s Inferno for a time not too long ago, a blazing cluster of “others”. That’s where I think the Death Sweat comes from. That Heat. That’s what this book captures.

There are many voices from that time, but few capture it better than Znore.

Read This Book.
 

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Who loves ya, baby?
 

jenks

thread death
Picked it back up again tonight as I got bored with the hefty Dick/FW/numerology stuff. This second group on Jung is ok but again the number stuff I can kind of go, so what?
Just finished a Dion Fortune book so I’ve kind of been knocking around occult ideas and I can see how appealing they are but there’s there’s always something, an idea, a concept, that often requires more heavy lifting than it can plausibly carry.
 

luka

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The main thrust of the thing is about imagination and the way it's shared and works of imagination are inextricably intertwined
 

luka

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Like moby dick or Ulysses it's a book which allows for skipping the bits which don't resonate
 

HMGovt

Bamber Clatscoigne
I wonder if we'll rediscover something if an oral tradition reverts. Does he get into that at all?

Everyone says the Odyssey was way better and more vivid when spat as bars. Scratching onto papyrus kills the magic, collapses the imagination function. Legibility is only one remove from the ledger.
 
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