Motes in the void.
Conservatives look back. Progressives look forward. That's how it used to be. These days I don't know where to look. In this untimely blog post I think even more disjointedly than usual about the politics of time, magick and Surrealism.
Woah. That was intense.
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
... 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 ...