Jean Baudrillard

Our reality: that is the problem. We have only one, and it has to be saved. "We have to do something. We can't do nothing." But doing something solely because you can't not do something has never constituted a principle of action or freedom. Just a form of absolution from one's own impotence.

kill ugly radio: Philip K. Nixon has a Dream...

kill ugly radio: Philip K. Nixon has a Dream...: "like having both sides of your brain slowly sauted in motor oil and served up to our reptilian overlords."


"There is a principle which is proof against all information, which is proof against all arguments, which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance; that principle is contempt, prior to investigation."

James Curcio (probably)

"We live in a world where what we know doesn't correspond to what we experience, and what we experience does not correspond to what we 'know' others experience. I think that's part of the reason why the conspiracy theory is so popular right now--because the linear-minded monkey is so popular right now--because the linear-minded monkey is prone to assume that 'the truth is out there' and that someone must be pulling the strings. To be honesy, I don't believe this. No person or organization is pulling the strings. That's what MHB is all about; hive mind works without any observable decision-making on any level."

Carlos Castaneda

sorcerers understand discipline as the capacity to face with serenity odds that are not included in our expectations.

Peter J Carroll


the penultimate metamorphosis,
the achievement
of constant magical consciousness

in all things know that

in all things know also that

but there is no thing more ineffectual
than to be always
only half in the world and half out of it,

thus at the moment of one's doing
Be In It
Identify Completely
Live It
And in the interstices between
all one's doing

Reside in the Void
Be Vacuous
Have No Mind

know that by this one may attain
to complete freedom
from the consequences of one's actions