Ever since his youth William Burroughs had been intrigued by magic and the occult, reading the Egyptian and Tibetan Books of the Dead and Eliphas Levi’s History of Magic while he was at Harvard. Evidently, with his return from the Old World to the New, he had not left such interests behind.
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Gabriel D. Roberts discusses his latest book, The Quest for Gnosis, with Reality Sandwich. Featuring over a dozen authors, scholars, occultists and modern day gnostic-practitioners, Gabe has accrued a fascinating look at the modern day occult landscape.
Each year, the number of large events shaped by a transformational intention grows ever larger. They take place at all points across the globe. Many are EDM festivals or mega-concerts, where community emerges from the dance floor. Others are conferences dedicated to an aspect of the science of consciousness. Some are massive yoga festivals. …
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In the fall of 2011, a visionary sub-group of OWS protesters lived in Zuccotti Park, connecting to each other through the language of poetry. Since their forced removal by Bloomberg, librarian Stephen J. Boyer has committed his efforts towards compiling and publishing The Occupy Wall Street Poetry Anthology, a "spiritual biography of the movement."
Jack Kerouac called from a phone booth while his friends Allen
Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky anxiously paced outside. "Hello, I'd like to meet with Dr. Suzuki . . . Right
NOW!" The scholar's secretary told him to be there in a half hour. Elated, the
three friends skipped down First Avenue to hail a cab.
I had always dreamed of writing full time, but instead of being able to delve in with
complete focus, I developed a pattern of procrastination and
self-loathing. There was something missing. A voice was whispering, just beyond my
hearing. Then I had a cathartic realization
that there really are doors of perception.
The Electric Universe theorizes a ubiquitous primal force trillions of times more powerful than gravity — electricity — whose currents travel through space in spirals and form a network between all the planets and stars in the universe. It’s electric, it’s alive, and it’s buzzing like Yankee Stadium on opening day.