Essential reading on a towering figure in Surrealism and occultism.
Last week's post was on coronavirus, collective desires and Mass-Observation. Surrealist friends have since drawn my attention to two ongoing projects to collect coronavirus dreams from the general public.
No, this isn't another boring post about coronavirus lockdown and/or conspiracy theories and/or the apocalypse. If you're in Eschaton Incoming mode and you're looking for some blogging to suit your mood, jog on.
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.