Saturday, May 14, 2005

Grey Lodge Occult Review #16

(Robert this is a great suggestion--check out his weblog loveecstasycrime)

Check out Grey Lodge Occult Review that is on issue #16--check out what they are offering in this issue:

T.A.Z.: The Temporary Autonomous Zone
Video of the legendary show from 1993.
The roster includes; Hakim Bey, Robert Anton Wilson, Nick Herbert,
Rob Brezsny and Joseph Matheny. Download and enjoy!
[zipped - format: wmv - size: 102mb]

The Theater and it's Double
By Antonin Artaud (zipped - pdf/rtf)

Robert Anton Wilson: The I in the Triangle
Video recorded 1990 - Avalon Books - Santa Cruz, CA

The Pitch, Poker and the Public
Video (Unauthorized, pre-release version)

Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man
By Marshall McLuhan (zipped - html)

Joseph Matheny on Ong's Hat:The Beginning
Audio from a talk at the Bodhi Tree Bookstore 2002
(zipped - mp3 - size: 11.6mb)

SUPERNATURE
A Natural History of the Supernatural
By Lyall Watson (zipped - pdf)

A Transmedia Litany
Genesis P'Orridge - XKP - Joseph Matheny
Recorded Live 1993 - 650 Howard St. San Francisco
(zipped - mp3 - size: 17.9mb)

The Ruba'iyat of Omar Khayyam
By Omar Khayyam (zipped - html)

The Book
On The Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are
By Alan Watts (zipped - html)

On the Heights of Despair
By EM Cioran (zipped - rtf)

Media Control
The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda
By Noam Chomsky (zipped - pdf)

The Search for the Manchurian Candidate:
The CIA and Mind Control
By John Marks (zipped - pdf)

Letters To A Young Poet
By Rainer Maria Rilke (zipped - pdf)

The Oxford History of the Classical World
Edited By John Boardman, Jasper Griffin, Oswyn Murray
(zipped - html - size:27.3mb)

Grey Lodge Occult Review #16


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2 comments:

Robert said...

ty ty...i particularly wanted my new buddy to check out Hakim Bey, who he has never been exposed to

Thivai Abhor said...

I listened to the whole show this morning while writing ... thanks again!

Hakim Bey is a good speaker and his concept of "poetic terrorism" as reinjecting creative chaos into our mundane lives, his rejection of "cop culture," and the possibilities of T.A.Z. provides much to think about...

I also liked the other speakers, especially RA Wilson's piece!