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
The Dam conspiracy conspiracy conspiracy“what the thinker thinks, the prover proves”—recurring theme in the book Prometheus Rising, by Robert Anton Wilson.Everything seems connected. Some things seem more interconnected than others. Networks connect. New information travels fast. Novelty powers the meme-space race. Reality, from the whole tribes perspective, maybe only what trends on twitter when the … Continue reading The Dam conspiracy conspiracy conspiracy
Pilot Plan for Concrete Poetry (1958)Augusto de Campos, Decio Pignatari, Haroldo de Campos: BrazilFrom Concrete Poetry: A World View, 1968, ed Mary Ellen Solt RELATED RESOURCES: Haroldo de Campos in UbuWeb Historical Augusto de Campos in UbuWeb Historical Decio Pignatari in UbuWeb Historical "Concrete Poetry: A World View : Brazil" in UbuWeb Papers "The Imperative … Continue reading Pilot Plan for Concrete Poetry (1958)
Within the small and obscure field of those who follow the tale of the tribe, as defined by Robert Anton Wilson will probably already be familiar with this letter by Marshall McLuhan, to Harold Innis. In the letter McLuhan more or less drafts the trajectory RAW expands upon, with the addition of Giordano Bruno, Alfred … Continue reading Letter to Harold Innis from McLuhan, 14th March 1951.
The New Science of Psychedelics by David Jay Brown. Review by Steve ‘fly agaric 23’ Pratt. "Cosmic Trigger is where I first encountered controversial psychologist Timothy Leary’s eight-circuit model of the brain and psychiatric researcher John Lilly’s radical ideas about programming the brain as though it were a computer. These models became two of the … Continue reading The New Science of Psychedelics by David Jay Brown.
SEMIOTIC MACHINES: by Louis Armand, presents a number of passages that see James Joyce, McLuhan, Shannon, Weiner, Von Neumann, criss-crossing and pollinating the tale of the tribe with a Joycean, atomic, digital glossing. Also invoking Orson Welles through the reference to expanded cinema of Gene Yougblood, this essay exhibits the highest standards of critical writing … Continue reading SEMIOTIC MACHINES: by Louis Armand (Joyce, McLuhan, Shannon, Weiner, Von Neumann)
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.
While looking for a virtual textual gift for a friend of mine, who really loves Shakespeare, i came across this illuminating and superb essay:HCE and Jarl van Hoother on the Piss with the Porter. If you have the stamina and the time, and read a little of James Joyce's book 'Finnegans Wake' i suspect you … Continue reading HCE and Jarl van Hoother on the Piss with the Porter.
Joyce’s ‘Finnegans Wake’ Takes Off in ChinaBy DIDI KIRSTEN TATLOW...Here in China, the first four pages of Chapter 9, “Scylla and Charybdis,” are read by Dai Congrong in Shanghai (there will also be a reading in Beijing) — though the translator of Joyce’s most difficult work, “Finnegans Wake,” says her contribution was prerecorded earlier this … Continue reading Finnegans Wake Takes off in China
James Joyce's 'last undiscovered' collection to be publishedTen 'epiclets' written after Ulysses in 1923, have been published together for the first time, causing a rift among scholars as to how they fit in to the Joyce canon"Penned by Joyce in 1923, and described by the author as "epiclets", the pieces range from vignettes or sketches … Continue reading Once lost now found James Joyce to see daylight