From The Manuscripts Of Ernest Fenollosa,Chosen And FinishedBy Ezra PoundWith An Introduction By William Butler YeatsFenollosa, Pound and Yeats are all members of Robert Anton Wilsons 'all star cast' for The Tale Of The Tribe.Here we have one document which features 1/4 of the stars. Well worth the read i presume. In particular for anyone … Continue reading Fenollosa – Pound – Yeats: (Certain Noble Plays of Japan)
The Great War (not so great in my humble opinion) has been an ongoing part of my study into the tale of the tribe, pivoting on the poetry and prose of Ezra Pound and James Joyce, who both lived through WW1, and who both lost friends.I understand, and respect why we have a period of … Continue reading ALL sides defeated. WWI and TTOTT.
Slavoj teases out some tribal nuggets of reason and humanitasinvoking Nietzsche and Yeatsbring us all up-to-datestoday --steve fly What is much more needed than the demonisation of the terrorists into heroic suicidal fanatics is a debunking of this demonic myth. Long ago Friedrich Nietzsche perceived how Western civilisation was moving in the direction of the … Continue reading Are the worst really full of passionate intensity?–Slavoj Zizek
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
“I have always considered myself a voice of what I believe to be a greater renaissance — the revolt of the soul against the intellect — now beginning in the world,” wrote William Butler Yeats to his mentor, the Irish nationalist John O’Leary, in 1892. Yeats believed that magic was central not only to his … Continue reading Victorian Occultism and the Art of Synesthesia
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 amiri … Continue reading MAYAN MAXIMUS ARKESTRA
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.
Sunday, March 28, 2010 Death of Yeats end of Irish literary revival, says Pound, Noh enthusiast By EZRA POUND Special to The Japan Times June 5, 1939 The death of William Butler Yeats [who died Jan. 28, 1939] closes the great era of the Irish literary revival. That death will doubtless have been duly recorded … Continue reading Death of Yeats end of Irish literary revival, says Pound, Noh enthusiast
POUND FOR POUND by Charlie Finch Today's New York Times includes a small paid obituary, which reads, in its entirety, as follows: "Omar Shakespear Pound, Died peacefully at Princeton, NJ on 2 March 2010, aged 83, after long illness. Survived by his wife Elizabeth, daughters Katharine and Oriana, grandsons Ben and Joshua." Shall we parse/deconstruct … Continue reading POUND FOR POUND "Omar Shakespear Pound"
“Consider the Tale of the Tribe as an alternative form of scripture. Which form’s of alternative scripture seem appropriate for the 20th Century? And which for the 21st?" --Robert Anton Wilson. Recorsi. 2005.'Noh' or Accomplishment: a study of the classical stage of Japan By Ernest Francisco Fenollosa, Ezra Poundhttp://books.google.com/books?id=BZNsMakTE94C&lpg=PA270&dq=ezra%20pound%20noh%20plays&lr=&pg=PA270&output=embedNew approaches to Ezra Pound: a co-ordinated … Continue reading NOH Play