When using the term, metaphysical, we’re not talking here about Madame Blavatsky, root races, etheric beings, hierarchies of archons. We are talking about a fundamental framework of thought…
A Cerebramantic Age is upon us, an age characterized by mantic cerebralism—an inconsistent and incoherent mindset. . .
This is the staple Western conception of the self, understood, in the words of anthropologist Clifford Geertz in Local Knowledge, as “a bounded, unique, more or less integrated . . .
What is the purpose of each human life? Thanks to the ideas of a group of financially incentivised academics. . .we now have the answer. . .
One of the themes I write about in many of my books is the evolution of consciousness. . .
The story of art and decadence is a never-ending one because economies succeed and fail, they go in cycles, and spaces are never permanently fit for purpose; meanwhile the human imagination is endlessly adaptable, and the need for emerging artists to find an opportunity, to fill a gap, is equally endless.
If we had an infallible intellect with its objective certitudes, we might feel ourselves disloyal to such a perfect organ of knowledge in not trusting to it exclusively. . .