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.
A response to Alain Joubert’s “Cartes sur table: adresse aux surréalistes”, the opening essay in What Will Be Cover design copyright of Brumes Blondes Alain Joubert thinks that Surrealism is at risk of falling into obsolescence. He may or may not be right about that. In this time of global revolt and unprecedented repression, is … Continue reading Open/Closed
Primitive social organisation, before the advent of religion, private property or the state, was a form of communism in which humans lived in harmony with the Earth and regarded animals as siblings. The earliest human societies thought analogically. The thought of primitive peoples is non-directed and connected to the pleasure principle. Primitive … Continue reading Anthropomancy