Gregory Arnott reviews Fly’s ‘Tale of the Tribe’

My broadest respects and thanks to Gregory Arnott for the kind and brilliant review, and for sharing a part of his journey, alongside and within my works. Thank You. --Steve And thanks to Tom Jackson of RAWillumination for the BLOG POST. Gregory Arnott reviews Fly's 'Tale of the Tribe' By Gregory Arnott Special guest blogger … Continue reading Gregory Arnott reviews Fly’s ‘Tale of the Tribe’

Make it new: Panorawma and the tale of the tribe

MAKE IT NEW (Originally Panorawma & The tale of the tribe (July 2011) Over the last ten years together with a sleepless band of independent researchers, the author has been tuned into “The Tale Of The Tribe” (TTOTT), developed exclusively by Dr. Robert Anton Wilson (1932-2007) At RAW360 we embark on a whole new way … Continue reading Make it new: Panorawma and the tale of the tribe

Ernest Fenollosa 2014 and TTOTT

"Ezra Pound was no starnger to Oriental art when he met Mary McNeil Fenollosa, the widow of the American Orientalist Ernest Fenollosa (1853-1908), in London in late September 1913."--Zhaoming Qian, Orientalism and Modernism (1994)  pg. 9.   Fenollosa 2014 and TTOTT by Steve Fly "Fenollosa [1853-1908], wrote an essay on "The Chinese WrittenCharacter as a … Continue reading Ernest Fenollosa 2014 and TTOTT

Robert Anton Wilson: further musings by steve fly

 Robert Anton Wilson: further musings by steve fly Robert Anton Wilson spent over 50 years producing original thoughts and ideas, criss-cossing academic boundaries like a flock og migrating birds. All-at-once an independent scholar, social critic, comedian, playwright, poet and novelist. RAW lived through WWII, the cold war, the 1960s counter culture explosion, the digital technological … Continue reading Robert Anton Wilson: further musings by steve fly