Posted by invizweb on February 2, 2011
Lon Milo DuQuette's Workshop via the OTO (C)
March 12, 2011 will mark LON MILO DUQUETTE’s return to the Tahuti Lodge to bring you the Tarot of Ceremonial Magick goodness. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by invizweb on July 23, 2010
Update (RAW Day 2010) here is a previous episode of Right Where You Are Sitting Now!, a podcast named after Bob’s book, where RAW’s life and works are paid tribute to.
Today is once again the day designated to an inspiration to this site and myself, Robert Anton Wilson. Here is the link to all previous Bob entries. By the way, his site has been updated lately by his family.
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Posted by invizweb on December 25, 2009
I think Disinfo Managing Editor Ralph Bernardo for first posting about it here. Here is a great man for this. Oh and FYI, here is my article on Krampus from last year. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by invizweb on December 22, 2009
Last year I was able to write a series of articles on Winter Holidays and their deities. This year I turn it over to Jason Pitzl-Waters on the Wild Hunt: Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by invizweb on September 2, 2009
From a commentary by Julian Baggini:
– The antitheism of the four horsemen is for me a backwards step. It reinforces what I believe is a myth, that an atheist without a bishop to bash is like a fish without water, Julian Baggini writes.
Text: Julian Baggini
Published: March 19. 2009 Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by invizweb on January 12, 2009
Editor’s Note: Yesterday, two years ago, on January 11, 2007 at 4;50 AM PST, Robert Anton Wilson left this life. I wrote some words to remember him by, last year. Interestingly, Jason Pitzl-Waters, a premiere blogger of the Pagan community reviewed Green Egg Omlet, An Anthology of Art and Articles from the Legendary Pagan Journal, which contained artciles Rev. Bob wrote for the celebrated peridodical. From reading the review, and gleaming inside the TOC, I think I might get a copy from Borders. It would look nice next to my copy of Drawing Down the Moon in my bookcase. What were the first forty years of the modern Pagan movement like? Here is an an excerpt of Pitzl-Waters’ review of this collection from a bygone era.
The print medium is changing irrevocably. Any clear-eyed assessment concerning the state of magazines and newspapers would see a widespread and unforgiving culling taking place. So many magazines are going under that a regularly updated blog has been created to keep track of the carnage, while digital-age pundits predict that the surviving niche publications will soon have to make hard choices about their future. While I’m no futurist, I’ve seen some of these changes coming for some time now, the struggling economy only hastening a transition already underway. It is part of the reason that the bulk of my writing is focused on this blog, rather than in the more “traditional” outlets for a writer/journalist (though I do admit to a certain romantic attachment to being in print, and I currently write for Pagan publications like PanGaia and Thorn).
Given these shake-ups in the world of print, I think it is entirely timely that I recently received a review copy of “Green Egg Omelette: An Anthology of Art and Articles From the Legendary Pagan Journal”. This book, a compliation of excerpts from one of the most influential Pagan magazines ever printed, shows just how vital and necessary the format once was. While books published for Pagans usually stuck to the “101-isms” of Wicca and other Pagan faiths, it was in the magazines that this loose network of Witches, Pagans, magicians, free-thinkers, and philosophers started to communicate, hash out ideas, argue, and push the boundaries of what they knew. It was a place where Pagan filk could rub shoulders with treatises on magic(k) by Robert Anton Wilson, and initial attempts at describing a Pagan theology could have a place next to explorations of polyamory. It is little wonder that even today Green Egg is remembered fondly by almost all who came across it in their journey.
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