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The Political Gnosis of Philip K. Dick

An article in New Dawn Magazine explores the prescience of Philip K. Dick’s writings in light of 9/11 and the Bush administration’s reactions.

New Dawn Magazine: The Political Gnosis of Philip K. Dick

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Terrence McKenna: I Understand Philip K. Dick

“However, Nixon’s weary world ignored the eschatological opportunity I thought my brother’s inspired fiddling with hyperspace had afforded. The world continued grinding forward in its usual less than merry way. There was only one small incident that might subsequently be construed, even within the framework of the schizoid logic that was my bread and butter then, to support my position. Unknown to me, a struggling, overweight SF writer, an idol of mine since my teens, discovered the next day that his house have been broken into, his privacy violated by the Other. How peculiar that on the first day of the new dispensation in my private reformist calendar, he had been burglarized by extraterterrestials the CIA or his own deranged self in an altered state. The torch had been passed, in a weird way the most intense phase of my episode of illumination/delusion ended right where Phil’s began.”

The Psychedelic Shakespeare Solution: I Understand Philip K. Dick

(via New World Disorder).

NoveltyNet Archives

NoveltyNet is an “Online Archive for Orphaned Information.” It’s got a bunch of interesting occult, paranormal, and conspiracy material. They’re looking for archived episodes of Disinfo’s Infinity Factory, if anyone’s got ’em.

NoveltyNet Archives

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Lawyer Claims 1971 Photo Proves AIDS Was Manufactured

Boyd Graves, an African American lawyer and civil rights activist claims to have evidence that proves that AIDs is a creation of the US government. “The recently uncovered HIV documents predate the first known cases of HIV/AIDS in America and Africa by more than ten years. However, his latest finding may be the most direct link yet: A 1971 photograph made with an electron microscope showing a manmade virus that is identical to the HIV virus.”

Boyd Graves: 1971 Photo Proves AIDS Is U.S. Government Creation

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CNN Axes Connie Chung’s Conspiracy Theory

From the story:

CNN spiked Connie Chung’s widely-publicized “expose” on Yale University’s Order of Skull & Bones, chapter 322, which counts among its membership President George W. Bush and his father and grandfather before him, and influential aide and former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft, and Connie Chung ain’t talking.

Todd Brendan Fahey: CNN Refuses to Run Connie Chung’s Skull & Bones Broadcast

(via New World Disorder)

Man Runs for Congress on UFO Disclosure Platform

Stephen Bassett is running for congress under the “Disclosure 2003” platform:

Basset is frank about the prospect of being elected. He says there is little chance he will become a congressman. He’s running to draw attention to his belief that the government knows about ET and that for the first time since 1947 the nation is ready for a formal UFO disclosure.

Cosmiverse: ET Political Candidate Says It’s No Game

(via New World Disorder)

Newtopia Magazine

Newtopia Magazine is a “modern sociological-culture review that examines how our politics and policies are reflected in our arts, government, and humanities.” It’s got columns, fiction, and features, including a new one from New World Disorder editor Jason Lubyk called “Generation U.” And a really nice design to boot.

Newtopia Magazine

Tattooed father to auction off skin after death

Eric Vinten, “famous for the numerous tattoos that cover his body,” will auction his skin to provide for his children’s future. The rest of Vinten’s body will be buried according to Christian tradition. Although exquisite tattoos have been preserved in the US and Japan, the writer of the article notes that Vinten is likely to have trouble registering his will in Great Britain.

Pravda: A man hopes to provide future for his four children by selling his own skin at an auction

(via New World Disorder).

Against Legalization

Here are Hakim Bey’s arguments against drug legalization.

Hakim Bey: Against “Legalization”

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Yogi offers to stamp out terrorism to the tune of one billion dollars

Beatles guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi said on Wednesday in a July 4 message to Americans nervous about new September 11-style attacks that he could kill world terrorism with love – but he would need $1 billion to do it.

Hell, it’s worth a try. We throw away billions of dollars on “defense” anyway.

Times of India: Maharishi Yogi: Give Me $1 Billion, I’ll Give You Peace

(via New World Disorder)

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