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Open Magick: The High Magick of Lacan, Deleuze and Guattari. Many times good information on high magick and the cracks it opens on the texture of reality isn’t in dark middle ages grimoires, neither in secret texts from suspicious organizations, not even written by those we would recognize as “magicians” according to the preconceptions through which we also judge the world surrounding us.

Open Magick: The High Magick of Lacan, Deleuze and Guattari

There are several authors in western philosophy whose ideas intertwine with the interests of those who seek to deconstruct themselves and what we ascribe as “real”. But in this article I would like to focus in three of them, who belong to the french philosophy of the second half of the XX Century. Jacques Lacan and the creation of the subject as an entity The initiatory path could be considered as walking in the opposite direction to the enslaving flow that tries to lead us in our life process.

To revert such flow, to unlearn what was learned, to break down conditionings. The mirror is a metaphor. And things get even worse! Roots of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. By Terry Melanson (26/4/2009) [Author’s note: My initial speculation was warranted, it seems; additional corroboration in the following post (and comments): “Was Jacob Frank a Rosicrucian?

Roots of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn

“] The Golden Dawn – of Mathers, Westcott, Crowley fame – has gone Web 2.0. Some of the most revealing posts on their blogs, are: The Golden and Rosy Cross Worn by International Golden Dawn Imperator, David Griffin; The Red and Golden Cross; and significantly, The Sabbatian Qabalah and its relation to the Golden Dawn. From Griffin: I wear a cross of pure 24k gold, enameled red, that derives directly from the 18th Century German Rosicrucian Order known as the Gold und Rosenkreutz. […] The Gold und Rosenkreutz Order, the Rosicrucian predecessor of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn is, in fact, the source of origin of entire grade system of the Golden Dawn, as well as the mystic numbers of the grades, mystic titles, symbols, etc.

From “Sincerus Renatus”: …and delivers. Another History of the Knights Templar: Conclusion. The Templar seal depicting a horse with two riders has always mystified historians, at least those not familiar with its Sumerian antecedent.

Another History of the Knights Templar: Conclusion

A Huge Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music (1920-2007) Featuring John Cage, Sun Ra, Captain Beefheart & More. Image by Emily, via Wikimedia Commons If you’ve taken any introductory course or even read any introductory books on music, you’ll almost certainly have heard it described as “organized sound.”

A Huge Anthology of Noise & Electronic Music (1920-2007) Featuring John Cage, Sun Ra, Captain Beefheart & More

Fair enough, but then what do you call disorganized sound? Why, noise of course. And all this makes perfect sense until your first encounter with the seemingly paradoxical but robust and ever-expanding tradition of noise music. “Modern ‘noise music’ finds its roots in early electronic and industrial musics,” says Static Signals, which used to review a lot of the stuff.

Secret Transmissions: Elites in Space. Dr Richard Alan Miller, Time Travel, Military Occult, LSD with Timothy Leary. What in the World is Going on with Banks this Week? Emergency meetings, banker summits, crashing European banks, and the worst bank reports since the Great Recession - Monetary Watch. Just about every major banker and finance minister in the world is meeting in Washington, DC, this week, following two rushed, secretive meetings of the Federal Reserve and another instantaneous and rare meeting between the Fed Chair and the president of the United States.

What in the World is Going on with Banks this Week? Emergency meetings, banker summits, crashing European banks, and the worst bank reports since the Great Recession - Monetary Watch

These and other emergency bank meetings around the world cause one to wonder what is going down. Let’s start with a bullet list of the week’s big-bank events: President Obama’s meeting with Fed Chair Yellen It is rare for presidents to meet with the chair of the Federal Reserve. The last time President Obama met with Janet Yellen was in November of 2014, a year and a half ago. For security reasons, the president and vice president don’t regularly attend the same events. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said both Obama and Yellen are focused on ways to expand economic opportunities for the U.S. middle class.

Tuesday’s specially called meeting of the Board of Governors under “expedited procedures” O.K. Whoa! Alt.magick/ at master · VirtualMagick/alt.magick. Just click on the black arrow to. Cryptoscatology.