Casual Malificence

We are, it has been said repeatedly, in unprecedented times. Even if this novel coronavirus is not the foretold invisible harbinger of our doom as a species, yet still many have already been imprinted traumatically by what is, by what

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Post Divinity

  Nietzsche called it over a hundred years ago when he echoed previous philosopher’s concerns that ”God is dead”. This thought, which had emerged earlier in the 1850s, presaged the elevation by the Enlightenment of the worship of science above

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Getting Weirder

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Clots as Large as Eggs.

What women never mention is that they are forever casting runes, the way the salt flecks the pastry flour, the way the apple peels fall to the table, the way the children’s shoes are arranged in the hallway, all these

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Car-Creche-Dummies

On modern childcare dilemmas, imagined and otherwise….in the light of a recent exposé of abusive daycare facilities.

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Thieves of Time and Cherry Stone Pillows

  There was a time and time to gather cherry stones over the season, which were then made into pillows for loved ones who could warm them by the stove before bed on cold winter nights to ward off aches

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On Autism and Vaccines

  Twitter thread by Toby Rogers PhD   Autism is an epidemic. The first autism prevalence study (Treffert, 1970) showed an autism rate of less than 1 in 10,000 kids. Today the autism rate in the U.S. in 1 in

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Michel Houellebecq’s Itch

On the way from David Icke to Michel we chat about consciousness, knowledge, ego, the dark night of the soul, smashing the idol of the self, ambition or lack thereof, what is meaningful work, the willing participation of the people

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Blossoming

  This has been a truly bountiful year for tree blossom. The hedgerows are full of flowers, more than usual, and now, as May wanes, whenever there is a breeze the petals of the Hawthorn’s blossoms fall in slow-moving drifts

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Communal Wombs

A brief musing on Surrogacy in general, with particular reference to Full Surrogacy Now : Feminism Against Family, a recently published book by Sophie Lewis

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On Forgetting Fairytales

Taber school in Barcelona, removing fairytales and books from young children’s bookshelves, and no doubt to be followed by other schools doing likewise, is a deeply ideological act, and part of a wider process of historical revisionism that infantilises us

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After Christchurch

Discussion with Branko Malic on issues brought to mind after the dreadful massacre at Al Noor Mosque, Christchurch

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20 Minute Relaxation Practice

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The King of the World by Rene Guenon

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An Overview/Summary of the book Kill All Normies by Angela Nagle

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Estrangement

A great gulf has become apparent, ever wider in the last decades. On the one side there are those who believe in the existence of an a priori essential Unity, a Oneness which divided and from which separation emerged form

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Eternity: A Description by James Joyce

The voice is that of a priest in ‘A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man’ by James Joyce. He is trying to convey to his congregation what an eternity in Hell would be like. It is an impressive

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Positive Action Hobbles Us All

Last week, the Irish Minister for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, announced her intention to create female-only Professorships in Irish Universities. 45 such positions will be created over the next 3 years, specifically in the science and technology sectors. At

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Discussion with Branko Malic around Academic Paper on After Birth Abortion

In which we discuss various matters in and around an academic paper published in 2012 on the topic of After Birth Abortion. Paper – https://jme.bmj.com/content/39/5/261 Transcription 51 -54 minutes – (audio interference) ”The principle they took as a starting point

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Rene Guenon’s Critique of Theosophy

A presentation based on the book by René Guénon – Theosophy : History of a Pseudo-Religion. Including contextualising material bringing the story of Theosophy, it’s teachers, doctrines and influence into recent times. Music – The Spirit of Russian Love by

Posted in Politics, Uncategorized, Videos, Western Mysticism, Yoga
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