Jean Gebser was a German-Swiss cultural philosopher, intellectual mystic, poet, and scholar of the evolution of consciousness. Gebser’s time, I believe, has come yet again: to help us in this age of existential and ecological crisis to think towards a planetary future.
Jeremy D Johnson
We interviewed Gary Lachman to discuss his new book, Dark Star Rising, and explored what Pepe the frog has to do with “hypersigils” and how magic was co-opted for nefarious purposes in the recent US election. Most importantly, Lachman suggests ways to move forward through this new occult battleground.
We are pleased to announce that the 47th annual Jean Gebser Society conference, “Seeing Through the World: Transparency and Planetization”, will be held at Judson Memorial Assembly Hall, New York, NY on October 6th and 7th 2017.
Books about alternative facts, totalitarianism in Western democracies, and slipstreaming into “alt worlds” make this editor’s 2017 reading list.
2016 isn’t the culprit. The mythologies we’ve used as a global culture are collapsing around us. Where do we look to find new ones?
Today multimedia platforms are being combined with indigenous teachings, mythology and stories, offering up exciting new quests in the form of video games. Even the classic Space Invaders gets a makeover!
Schwaller de Lubicz was an Alsatian artist, chemist, revolutionary, Neopythagorean, and Egyptologist. Join Dr. Aaron Cheak for an introduction to his life and work on April 9th and 10th.