Monday, July 21, 2014


Gay people, on the whole, get AIDS more often than any other cohort.

Russian military hardware seems to have been behind the downing of Air Malaysia Flight 17 as it flew over Ukraine.

More than 100 of the world's finest minds in the fight against HIV/AIDS were on board Air Malaysia Flight 17.

I repeat, Russia REALLY hates gay people.

I'm not saying... I'm just saying.

Saturday, July 5, 2014


This incredibly worthwhile exchange needs to be watched by every serious student of cultural engineering and mass media mind control. They have knowledge and perspectives on everything from the Big Business roots of the psychedelic movement to the CIA's involvement in everything from MKUltra and everything else you can think of. Heady, headache-inducing, but vital, historically worthwhile stuff.


If you're anything like me - and for your sake, Jeez, I hope you're not - you probably won't know whether the fact that you've encountered the type of female described in this excellent article from the website is one of the best things - or one of the worst things - to ever happen in your life. Here's a small taste of the witchy goodness you'll find at the above linked page:
1. You don’t give a fuck.
The badness of bad witches is that they’ve reached a level of intuitive and imaginative power which gives them an inner authority. They’re being moved by their own genius and not by any external dogma or force. They may use a wide variety of traditional or institutional tools, but they’re not dependent on traditional or institutional authority for their power. They’ve woken up the magic within their own hearts and it’s alive and throbbing.
Bad witches are often offensive to – well, just about every body. Both conventional muggle types and also magical people who have rigid ideas about what magic should look like get alarmed in the presence of a bad witch.
So if you find yourself still very committed to magical practice and spiritual development but having next to zero interest in fulfilling anyone else’s expectations of what your magic or spirituality should look like, then you may just be a bad witch.
2. Seriously, you do not give a fuck.
In your life you’ve probably had plenty of experiences of people freaking out at you about your signature strange way of being in the world, and while this is sometimes sad or challenging, ultimately you don’t care. You’ve got work to accomplish – art to make, people to heal, houses to build, rituals to craft, stories to write – and you just don’t have time to be constantly soothing people who expect you to adhere to some standard other than your own genius and inner authority.
This may mean that eventually you go into stealth mode so as not to continually create alarm, but you don’t go stealth because you’re hiding or avoidant. You do it because you’ve got things to accomplish and only a limited amount of time here in the third dimension.
3. You make people nervous.

Friday, July 4, 2014


So ran an intriguing story that got picked up by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell over at his website, It involves a recently depressed and, ultimately, "suicided" bankster's alleged obsession with equations that could potentially see him reborn into an alternate, parallel dimension - preferably one where people like him aren't considered the civilization-wrecking scum-of-the-fucking-Earth. Farrell's take:
...there’s a story out there circulating about another bankster, one that was previously suicided: Gabriel Magee. It seems, according to the latest story, that Mr. Magee was obsessed with the multi-verse interpretation of quantum mechanics, and that his suicide (so we’re told) had something to do with a possible attempt by him to get out of this universe and into another one:
“An inquest last week has revealed that a JP Morgan exec that committed suicide earlier this year was obsessed with the concept of parallel universes and a mysterious suicide pact between two American students based on the theory. ... Gabriel Magee, 39, fell from the roof of the bank’s Canary Wharf headquarters on the morning of January 28. ... 
... Magee was what is known in the financial business as a quant, an individual with a background in the higher mathematics behind high frequency trading. And that mathematics, as a little research will show you, comes from the influx of trained physicists into finance that began in the late 1980s, as the methods of mathematically modelling quantum mechanics were realized to be applicable to the financial sector, and “econophysics’ was born. Would multi-verse theory play a role in such financial modelling? Potentially, yes. So Mr. Magee’s “suicide” may, once again, be deeply related to something he discovered, or learned, about the financial system. Only by coupling it to econophysics and multiverse theory, the stakes are raised considerably.
Econophysics? "Quants"? What the everloving fuck?! 
Looks like I've got some serious digging to do.


For those of you who are interested in throwing wide the Doors of Perception so that you can get down to the serious task of exploring Altered States of Consciousness and seeing what they have to offer up in terms of the Timeless, Accumulated Alchemical Wisdom of the Anima-Veggie-Min-Totality of Ultimate Everything... then this AlterNet article offers a decent introduction to a number of intriguing substances that you might find yourself wanting to experiment with at some point in the very near future... or not.

It's entirely up to you.

And that's the whole, entire point, is it not?

Personally, I can vouch for the 40x salvia divinorum. But take it sloooow, my babies. Work your way up to the heroic doses required to quite literally meet and communicate with the entity some call The Green Lady. She's very nice, but with her lack of social graces - like, she'll reach inside your head and pull out a handful of endlesslly long writhing snakes, and laugh at your pants-shitting terror - but she really does mean well. Try to remember that while she's turning you inside out and dragging your still throbbing remains through your very own personal fractal kaleidoscopic meat-grinder.


Oops! I forgot to mention that the photograph above is from a recent Washington Times article about how totally fucking awesome magic mushrooms can be at fixing brains that are broken by depression, battlefield trauma, encroaching mortality and all sorts of other crap that more mundane meds just can't seem to get a handle on.

Who'd a thunk it?!

Um... well... me and pretty much everyone I know and love, for starters. And that's a lot of people, people.

Shanti! Shanti! Shanti!