Category Archive: Cultural Consciousness

The Keyblade x the Grail Heart – [Kingdom Hearts pt 1]

    I was ten years old when the first Kingdom Hearts game released. Suffice it to say, I knew little of depth. Nonetheless, from the opening movie, the game pulled at my… Continue reading

How “They” Chose, and other astral anomalies

How certain secret societies choose their members, test their members, and what they expect of their members. The use of the astral world for control and “magick”.

Running with Daemons

Both mystics and schizophrenics project “personalized” meaning onto objects and symbols, but the psychotic has a break in the chain of feedback between self and other. For the psychotic person, only the personal experience of reality is comprehended, and the experience of collective reality is lost. The visions of a genius become the delusions of a madman, and sometimes the line is fine between them, a thin strand of sanity.

Connection = Creation

Our connections to other people are the best part of our existence. Even if you are alone in a cave for 20 years, you can feel and thrive on this connection to other… Continue reading

As The Wheel Turns

You will be part of it.
You already are.

Left Unspoken

We are the words. The words we cannot say. The words we cannot bear to think. We are all of these words, and many more, unspoken words.

Dragon Blood

“Mere belief is what fuels religion. From absolute proof however, there is derived absolute certainty in one’s condition and one’s heritage. […]Knowing beyond any doubt […] that one is of the Blood opens wide the doors to the infinite.[…] above all it needs its firstborn to know who they are themselves.”

Social Media Sociology

Twitter, Facebook, 4chan, Reddit – places people go to congregate and discuss things they like and things they think about. This is a technical article – a muse about how these sites engender or disavow social rules.

The Secret Life of Archetypes

Until a few years ago I was a staunch materialist. Even as a very young child, I could not swallow the existence of Santa Clause or God without puzzlement and questions. I was… Continue reading

The Worst Election Ever 2016: What Have We Learned?

Last December, a close friend asked me who would win the election. I was in a stupor at that time – practically in wonderland, maybe a bit insane. I said, Trump would win. I have no idea what possessed me to say this – I did not particularly like Trump, and to my rational senses I didn’t honestly feel he was electable. But at that time, I was completely and utterly certain he would win.