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The (Pseudo)Christian Theology of Aleister Crowley

In 1904 (in)famous Left-Hand Path occultist Aleister Crowley stated that he had contacted an entity named Aiwass. Crowley channeled The Book of The Law from this communication with Aiwass. Through this channeling, Aiwass claimed that Crowley was to be the prophet of The (New) Age of Horus. While mention…

Lucifer Was The Original Spiritual Bypasser

In a previous piece I explored the archetypes of Lucifer and Satan and their depiction through contemporary film, looking especially at the possibilities of potential cultural programming and hidden messaging via those “left-hand” (literally sinister) archetypes. In this piece I want to explore a related thread but from a slightly…

High Strange Human History

In my previous piece I looked at Thomas Kuhn’s paradigm shift theory and how I see it playing out in the contemporary fights over new understandings of human history. That piece included a look at debates over funding, politics, worldview clashes, and the like all come into play as…

Is It the End for the Society of the Spectacle?

“When they've tortured and scared you for 20 odd years Then they expect you to pick a career When you can't really function, you're so full of fear”.   – John Lennon, ‘Working Class Hero’ “The technocratic control apparatus of the United States has at its fingertips new techniques which if fully…

Paradigm Shifts: Archaeology

“Things keep getting older.” —Graham Hancock Recently Ezekiel73 and I were discussing research into alternative views of human history—specifically I think we were discussing Graham Hancock’s latest book America Before—and he asked me why I thought there was such push back and emotional reactivity around ideas like…

The Cosmos Newly Thinking

This piece is the third in a series exploring the traditions and practices of New Thought (aka Science of Mind). The first piece set some historical context for the tradition and the next piece looked at some of the deeper storehouse of riches in the tradition. Each piece stands on…

The Consciousness of Nature

In a previous piece I criticized the (mis)use of nature as a metaphor for political philosophies. I explored how nature has been used for any number of various political theories—liberal democratic, fascist, monarchical, communist—as a way to seek to buttress or validate those political belief systems. In…

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