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Hiatus From The Hiatus

Back to the blogs after my little holiday tracing the gunrunning trails of Rimbaud’s post-poetry exile for a prose poem comissioned by Harper’s . . . more like excruciating editing on my novel of my wayward small-town youth, slowing picking away at it on sober nights, until I’m sick of being boiled alive in this cube i call home during this record hot summer of war until I can’t take it anymore and am forced out into the streets and into the bar where I brainstorm and bullshit which could be loosely called New World Disorder 2.0 (set for release in 2012). OK. Outta the way, bitch. I have a few posts to get off of my chest.

New Genesis P. Orridge Interview

Speaking of Genesis P. Orridge, here’s a new interview with him:

I had an epiphany about the nature of the words themselves. Each word behaves in ways that attest to the idea that in a very particular way it, THE WORD is alive and can even have its own agenda as a result of repetition and transmission in ever more compressed layers over linear time whilst apparently serving the message of the being using the word. I believe words are alive then in a very literal sense, and because each word is alive it?s another hologram, another iceberg. Everyone who has ever said that particular word has invested it with their story and anyone who hears that word puts the context of their life around that word. So each word is a memory box and a prophecy box simultaneously. They’re very precious, powerful particles of thought and energy.

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(via New World Disorder)

Was HST working on a 9/11 expose when he died?

I suppose this sort of speculation was inevitable. If it’s true, I hope we see some of this “hard evidence.”

He’d been working on a story about the World Trade Center attacks and had stumbled across what he felt was hard evidence showing the towers had been brought down not by the airplanes that flew into them but by explosive charges set off in their foundations. ..

Hunter S. Thompson … was indeed working on such a story.

LibertyThink: Hunter Thompson was working on WTC collapse story before mysterious sudden death, warned he’d be ‘suicided’

(via New World Disorder)

Old Alan Moore Interview Unearthed

Old but previously unpublished interview:

John Dee, for example, was one of the leading scientific lights of his age. Without John Dee, there wouldn’t have been an Isaac Newton. The science of navigation was practically invented by John Dee. He was a classic Renaissance man, and yet he seemed to spend the latter half of his life working upon this incomprehensible series of squiggles that he referred to as being Enochian language, which he seemed to believe literally was a form of language with which you could communicate with angels. Now, you look at this table of tiny squares full of little symbols, numbers, letters, and it looks like complete lunacy – and, indeed, most people have dismissed it as such, but given Dee’s undisputed, original intellect, I found it more difficult to dismiss it.

I also started looking at people like Jack Whiteside Parsons. There’s a crater on the moon named after him – the Parsons Crater. That’s because Jack Parsons invented solid rocket fuel, without which it would have been impossible to reach the moon. He was a distinguished scientist. He was also a member of the Golden Dawn – the Caliphate OTO; the Ordo Templi Orientist (OTO). Crowley had been the head of the order at one point. The more I started to look at it, the more it seemed that . . . most of the leading scientists, artists, musicians – most of the key thinkers in human cultural history, seemed to be blatantly and overtly involved in magical thinking of some sort. I mean nearly every artist that you would care to name … You’d think there’d be nothing more formal and scientific than those sort of divided rectangles and squares of Mondrian’s, but no, that was all based upon theosophy. Even baseball was created by a theosophist.

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Paul Laffoley Paranoia Magazine Interview

Longish interview with Paul Laffoley in Paranoia Magazine:

RG: The painting you’re working on now is about Lovecraft?

PL: It’s called “Pickman’s Mephitic Models,” based on the story. Certain things about it many people don’t realize. Pickman was a real painter who lived between 1888 and 1926. Now, there’s a question mark [gesturing toward the writing in the margins of the painting], because Lovecraft claims that he turned into a ghoul. God knows how old he is now.

Full Story: Paranoia Magazine: Satan, God, H.P. Lovecraft and Other Mephitic Models: An Interview With Paul Laffoley

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Daniel Pinchbeck interview

I’d never heard of this guy before, but I like this quote about Burning Man:

Burning Man is the post-modern continuation of those ancient festivals-it is a miraculous manifestation of the “Archaic Revival” described by Terence McKenna. On an occult level, I almost suspect that Burning Man is creating a model, on the astral plane, for how all human communities will exist in the future. One amazing aspect of Burning Man is how the event penetrates into one’s dream life-after going there, I dreamt about some version of it almost every night for many months afterwards. I know that many people have the same reaction. How could the egalitarian, freedom-oriented, cashless, utopian form of Burning Man be implemented in a more permanent way, or on a larger scale? I have no clue.

Brainmachines: Interview with Daniel Pinchbeck

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Douglas Rushkoff Talks About His New Graphic Novel

Excellent interview with Douglas Rushkoff over at Pop Image.

Well, I always saw Club Zero-G as a way to express some pretty esoteric ideas in a very simple, and tangible way. So while the thinking might be inspired by Hegel, de Chardin, or Foucault, the story and characters are really straightforward. On the other hand, the premise for the story came to me in a dream – so while my dreams are probably affected by the kinds of stuff I read, this notion of a world we can all access together while we’re asleep came from my subconscious. Really, for a few days after this weird dream, I was convinced that I had been to a real place, inhabited psychically by hundreds of people I knew.

Pop Image: INTERVIEW: Douglas Rushkoff – Breaking Through

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Lynch goes from Twin Peaks to world peace

David Lynch is planning to build 3,000 Maharishi Yogi palaces across the globe, one in each major city. Apparently, he’s been meditating since 1974.

Lynch practises meditation every day and has also tried yogic flying, where devotees appear to hop off the ground in a state they describe as ‘bubbling bliss’. His inner tranquillity will come as a shock to his fans. Lynch’s reputation is founded on his films’ ability to shock with sex, violence and grotesquery.

The Guardian: Lynch goes from Twin Peaks to world peace

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Second issue of New World Disorder out now

Klintron here, just popping in to remind you to check out the new issue of New World Disorder.

New World Disorder

Black Magic Mind War

William S. Burroughs on high tech mind control:

Now anyone who has lived for any time in countries like Morocco where magic is widely practiced has probably seen a curse work. I have. However, the curses tend to be hit or miss, depending on the skill and power of the operator and the susceptibility of the victim. And that isn’t good enough for the CIA or similar organization: “Bring us the ones that work not sometimes but every time.” So what is the logical step forward? TO DEVISE MACHINES THAT CAN CONCENTRATE AND DIRECT PSYCHIC FORCE WITH PREDICTABLE EFFECTS. (See the chapter in the Iron Curtain book on PSYCHIC GENERATORS.) I suggest that what the CIA is or was working on at the top secret Nevada installation may be described as COMPUTERIZED black magic. If curse A doesn’t make it, Curse Program B automatically goes into operation and so on.

Black Magic Mind War

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