Published on Aug 25, 2014This is one of Bruno's great book's on magic, dealing with "bonding in general." Couliano characterizes it as "one of those little-known works whose importance in the history of ideas far outstrips that of more famous ones." It explains how the masses can be manipulated with psychological and magical bonds, and … Continue reading Giordano Bruno "On Magic" year-1588- read by Joe Kiernan
Frances Yates and the Mnemonic Works of Giordano Bruno After Warburg's death in October 1929 and the migration of the Institute to London in 1933, Brunian studies at the Warburg Institute took a very different direction thanks to the research of Frances Yates (1899-1981). While Warburg's interest in Bruno and image-based thinking brought his philosophy … Continue reading Frances Yates and the Mnemonic Works of Giordano Bruno
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 … Continue reading tale of the tribe and the sirius mystery
MUSEYROOMS AND MOEBIUS EFFECTS: A RUIM OF HISTORY IN FINNEGANS WAKEAndrew V. McFeatersInterestingly, Baudrillard’s collapse of poles operates on dynamics similar to those expressed in Giordano Bruno’s Cause, Principle and Unity, whose coincidence of contraries extends binary values, like macro and micro, to such an extreme that they become equal, like two antithetical objects travelling … Continue reading Joyce, Bruno, Baudrillard and the coincidence of contraries.
Sounds to me like a book title useful to describe some ideas about Bucky Fuller and James Joyce too. x fly " Since "individual freedom" and "individual greatness" mean nothing to you, while "national freedom" and "national greatness" stimulate your vocal cords in very much the same way as bones bring the water to a … Continue reading Giordano Bruno and the Geometry of Language
The Italian priest Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake in 1600 for, among other things, imagining an infinite number of other worlds and claiming that "innumerable suns exist; innumerable earths revolve about these suns."Modern astronomers are proving Bruno right - there really are innumerable suns with innumerable planets revolving around them.An extrasolar planet, or … Continue reading Giordano Bruno was so right so long ago, yo.
On the run up to the year 2012. by Steven 'Fly Agaric 23' Pratt. While the domesticated primates enter the Gregorian year 2012, I would like to share some of my thoughts on interpreting the ‘2012’ phenomena , and with a focus upon Bloomsday (16th June, the single day of James Joyce’s novel Ulysses) opposed … Continue reading On the run up to the year 2012 (and The tale of the tribe)
TTOTT WHEELS GO AROUNDAROTATTOTT WHEELS GO AROUNDAROTABALANCING THE EQUATIONS WITH TRIADS.I view a part of my task in setting up a table of ttott correspondences as providing examples of how the tables can be used to create various effects. Both as study guides into historical, biographical work and as imagination guides into the tale of … Continue reading TTOTT WHEELS GO AROUNDAROTA
Twenty Twelve Line Verses to 'the tale of the tribe' (v3.0) by Fly Agaric 23To be printed as TWENTY TRIANGLES to build an Icosohedron.Thanks to Mark Pesce for kicking this into 'hyperspace'GymJoyceOilysseasMetempsyficPortrait ProsodyEpiphany ProcessMudernism QuarkitectIconoclaste CosmologistHolographish Cubed EarwickerWaking Finnegan Stephen DeadalusVicorecourse Bruwnitsche IbsenPoundUbermatrix Holocalips TranslitteringClaudeShannonInternetsCyberneticMaxim FourierInformation TheoryRevolution ScientistCommunicate MicroprocessComplexity Coding ShannonbitNyquist Equations Weaver LanguageCalculating Holographique … Continue reading Twenty Twelve Line Verses v3.0 (Icosoheedrome)