MonthMarch 2005

Cex – Earth Shaking Event

Cex Earth Shaking Event at

She blocked me

“Never trust a women when she says ‘brb'”

(via Everything Isn’t Under Control)

A statement of will

At the beginning of 2004 I wrote a blog post about my goals for that year. I later wrote a Key 23 article about it, speculating it may have had a hypersigilic effect. I’m a little late this year, but I’ve got some will I want to release into the world.

Within the next couple months I’m going to launch a “not safe for work” sister site for Technoccult. I’ve been thinking about doing this for a while, but after some prodding from Dr. Menlo (uhhh… absolutely no pun intended), I’ve decided to get it going as soon as possible. The site will be a hypersigil itself, with one of the intended outcomes being me being able to actually make a living off blogging within one year.

In the mean time, I want to get back into an excercise routine (something I did last year that amazed me) and maintain the writing routine that I’ve gotten into the past couple weeks. I want to sell at least one piece of fiction this year.

Another thing I did last year was attempt to change the “creative team” of my life. At t he time it seemed like my life was written and illustrated by Peter Bagge with a soundtrack by Modest Mouse. I successfully changed it to a life written by Grant Morrison, illustrated by Philip Bond, and with a soundtrack by Gold Chains.

With the “global sci-fi lifestyle” winding down, I’d like to switch creative teams for the next year. A lower key, more fun and quirky life would be good. So I’m thinking: written and illustrated by Mike Allred (colored by Laura Allred) with a soundtrack by Pop Will Eat Itself.

Sex, not money, buys happiness

Increasing sex frequency from once a month to at least once a week provides as much happiness as a $50,000-a-year raise, according to a paper titled “Money, Sex and Happiness: An Empirical Study,” submitted to the National Bureau of Economic Research, one of the leading organizations in its field.

There’s more to it than that, read the whole article.

Link (via Sensual Liberation Army).

New NIN video

It, for lack of a better word, sucks.

The lyrics sound like self-parody. The vocals seem empty. And the music, though catchy, is flat. It sounds like a Stabbing Westard or Gravity kills track, really. I hope the rest of the album is better.

Octopuses dressed up as sea coconuts sneaking on two legs

This is a bit Lovecraftian, eh?

Link (via Boing Boing).

Friday Fiction: Mac Ran a Secondhand Furniture Store

Mac Ran a Secondhand Furniture Store
by Jason Lubyk

one day chief njiri and his gang of alien criminals came to visit chief edem – they stayed several weeks and had wild parties every day – on the last day of the visit chief edem drank so much beer in the morning that by the early afternoon he had passed out –
it was on that afternoon that chief edem dreamt of a space ark flanked by smaller ships –

Read more.

Vorticist art collections

 Wyndham Lewis Two Mechanics

There doesn’t seem to be many online galleries of Vorticist art. Here’s a couple I’ve found:

Tate Collection: Wyndham Lewis

Whitworth Art Gallery: Blasting the Future! Vorticism in Britain 1910-1920

Timeline of the Occult

If you look at the “pages” section over there on the right, you’ll see a new page called “Timeline of the Occult.” It’s basically just a device for me to keep the chronology of a lot of occult material and events straight. It will probably evolve over time. Post corrections here.


Wikipedia: history of the pentagram

Interesting and brief history of the use of the pentagram.


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