Do I have to spell it out? GET THIS BOOK.
It's a good one, and it includes an invitation to a Surrealist game.
A towering figure at the fulcrum between Surrealism and occultism.
And it's a clear world, windswept and full of beauty as the crests of mountains; as beautiful as the cracked lips of adolescents. "Beautiful as..." But these aren't the words of a Surrealist poet, or at least not of a conscious one; they are from The Order Of Time, the most recent little popular-science book … Continue reading Reality Is Not What It Seems
In the British popular imagination, freemasonry is all funny handshakes and bent coppers. It doubtless encompasses both, but it's a lot of other things as well. Deeper things; occulted things. Patrick Lepetit is an expert on the fascinating connections between Surrealism and freemasonry, and on 6 January he was interviewed about them on Radio France. … Continue reading Surrealism And Freemasonry
... From an occultist point of view, the most interesting item is probaby Varo's letter to Gerald Gardner. She begins by telling him that she and her friend Leonora Carrington have been reading his book, and that she would like to begin a correspondence with him ...
Ante up, dreamers… Circus stunt rider TJ Breckenridge is devastated when her horse Cowhead is snatched from the big top one night. Because Cowhead is no ordinary circus animal: secret daughter of TJ’s lover, she is simultaneously horse and human. TJ hires a drifter called Cantos Can to help her find and rescue Cowhead. Together … Continue reading New Novel Out Now
The sign of Osiris slain? I should cocoa.
Surrealist exhibition in Stoke on Trent (UK), 13 October – 3 November (Includes a joint work by Paul Cowdell and me) This show is a follow-up to 2015's Little Shop of Magic Flyer by Wedgwood Steventon
There is nothing inside me that resists me. Reality is not what it seems. This book would not exist except for the language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles, and other geometrical figures, without which it is impossible to understand a word of it. Stripped of all myth, the appeal of the imaginary … Continue reading The Eternal Palindrome
My short text In Time You'll See The Line is in the latest issue of Peculiar Mormyrid, along with many wonderful texts and images by other Surrealists on the theme "small things". The whole issue is available to read or download from the Peculiar Mormyrid website. Image in the public domain
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