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Posted July 4, 2021 by Tristanna Emani

Counterfeit Visionary

Whether the world will go with a bang or with a whimper is a big question of modernity. T.S. Eliot’s famous sentence on “broken jaw of our lost kingdoms” and the world as “a valley of dying stars” is pretty close poetic image to what Guenon calls deviation. The existence of Tradition implies that civilization […]


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Victory Monuments of the Long March through the Institutions

Both [Antonio] Gramsci and [Rudi] Dutschke argued that radical social change in highly developed societies would be the result of long, patient organising inside and outside of key institutions, and not simply or primarily a quick, frontal assault through mass actions. This is Dutschke’s long march through the institutions, what Gramsci called the “war of […]


Posted July 3, 2021 by admin

Out-takes with Genesis P.Orridge

These out-takes from the interview is of note as it infers the strong cultural connections between Symbolism, Max Ernst, Collage, Brion Gysin, William Burroughs, the ‘Beat Generation’, post modernity, industrial music and transhumanism.


Posted July 1, 2021 by Daniel Mirante

Welcome to the new Blog

Sometimes the way to get to know somewhere is through intentionally becoming lost. One night several years ago, I headed out to ‘get lost’ in an unfamiliar city, a landscape of vast stately buildings studded with statues, uplit pillars and many other sights distinctive to ancient European renaissance capitals. Only a basic sense of direction […]