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"Philosophy, in its very diachrony, is the consciousness of the breakup of consciousness." Emmanuel Levinas

"To be, or not to be: that is the question." Shakespeare, Hamlet
"To be or not to be is not the question; to be is not to be." Alan Watts
"To be and not to be arise mutually." Lao, Tao Te Ching

What we're trying to do with all these religious and philosophical forms is to try to link up with the original intimacy, which we lost when we began to experience cognition.

Cybernetics & Entheogenics: From Cyberspace to Neurospace

Bewilderness is an extreme condition, an encounter with transcendence, possession by elemental energies. But it allows the possibility of more measured and integrated lifeways. After such experiences, individuals and communities can accept convivial coexistence because they wittingly live within and amidst the oceanic consciousness. And such a state characterizes the condition of total anarchy.

"Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." —Phillip K. Dick

The Appeal of Anarchy

Fully realizing that any art "manifesto" written today can only stink of the same bitter irony it seeks to oppose, we nevertheless declare without hesitation (without too much thought) the founding of a "movement", IMMEDIATISM.
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History & Catechism of the Moorish Orthodox Church of America

There is no becoming, no revolution, no struggle, no path.
Already you are the monarch of your own skin.
Your inviolable freedom waits to be completed only by the love of other monarchs.
A politics of dream, urgent as the blueness of sky. —Hakim Bey


The Revolutionary Pleasure of
Thinking for Yourself

Any system of ideas with an abstraction at its center—an abstraction which assigns you a role or duties—is an ideology. An ideology provides those who accept it with a false consciousness, a necessary component of which is other-directedness. This leads those who accept the ideology to behave as "objects" rather than "subjects," to allow themselves to be used rather than to act to attain their own desires.

Nature, what is left of it, that is, serves as a bitter reminder of how deformed, non-sensual, and fraudulent is contemporary existence.—We Have to Dismantle All This

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    "The significance of de-sanctifying the earth, the animals, the plants, the trees, and even human beings is that the world is made a potentially ugly and very exploitable place." Jack D. Forbes

    The Sabbats do not commemorate any historical event and are, as we shall see, almost antithetical to the concept of history. Indeed, these eight holidays might be said to be as old as the Earth itself.

    Practical observations accumulated over thousands of years.
    The Laws of Magic

    Trees have been considered to be magickal for many centuries.
    The Magick of Trees

    Tao Te Ching

    "The Christian resolution to find the world ugly and bad has
    made the world ugly and bad."
    Friedrich Nietzsche


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