Just musing, and came across the bornless rite and went straight to the wake as…the ONE with no beginning?xsteve fly In its original form this ritual is very old. Many of the “barbaric names” used in it are from the Ancient Egyptians. Others are to be found among the Greek Gnostics. Most of the more […]
The tale of the tribe contact high. Fuck off, and welcome to another installment of my blog–a tale of the tribe–that aims to offer a resource of specific information related to the great complex and generally hidden project (unfinished) tale of the tribe, by the late Robert Anton Wilson. Since a recent positive explosion of […]
Starseed Transmission intersection point The following are some notes i made while revisiting the RAW high weirdness around the date July 23, 1973, and some of the influences and experiments he mixed together during those weeks. EXHIBITS EXHIBIT: Crowley book 4.“It is impossible to lay down precise rules by which a man may attain […]
http://cosmictriggerplay.com/ Daisy Eris Campbell and a merry band of Discordians (including Steve Fly) are on a mission to stage Robert Anton Wilson’s auto-biographical musings “Cosmic Trigger” as an original theatre production.
Steve The Fly is following up on the amiri Baraka treatise comparing the work of Charles Olson & Sun Ra with this episode featuring recordings by the principals plus selections by Robert Creeley, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Archie Shepp, Langston Hughes, Jack Kerouac, and William Butler Yeats.–John Sinclair. http://www.radiofreeamsterdam.com/mayan-maximus-arkestra-fly-by-night-with-steve-the-fly-38/ Steve The Fly is following up on the […]
http://www.rawilsonfans.com/articles/GreatBeast.htm The Great Beast – Aleister Crowley by Robert Anton Wilson from Paul Krassner’s The Realist, issues 91-B, C, 92-A, B (1971-2) _______________ return to RAW Fans O – The Fool All ways are lawful to innocence. Pure folly is the key to initiation. – The Book of Thoth Crowley: Pronounced with a crow so it rhymes with holy: Edward Alexander Crowley, b. […]
http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=e6Zx4MCtF3kC&lpg=PA287&dq=james%20joyce%20aleister%20crowley&pg=PA287&output=embed Aleister Crowley on the novel of the mind 1923 Extract from ‘The Genius of Mr. James Joyce’, New Pearson’s Magazine, xlix (July 1923), 52-3. In a discussion of a new form of literature, the ‘novel of the mind’, the critic notes that this kind of fiction may ‘depart from artistic creation’. . . . […]