Thursday, March 29, 2007

Greylodge Occult Review #18 released

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FALLEN NATION: Babylon Burning
A psychedelic roadtrip across the highways of the modern collective unconscious. It's a world where just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't out to get you, where the things you dream about can come back to haunt you when you wake, and where the end of this world is just the beginning of another.

The Golden Dawn Audio Series
An unparalleled and unique opportunity to hear Dr. Regardie's own voice providing instructions on magical methods and the Golden Dawn. Make Sure you don't miss the EXTRA!

WAX, or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees
The bizarre fictional story of Jacob Maker, weapons-guidance designer and committed beekeeper. When the bees drill a hole in Jacob's head and insert a television whose supernatural images control his will, Jacob enters an hallucinatory alternative reality.

Ultraculture Journal
Ultraculture Journal One collects under one cover the most volatile and direct magickal writing currently available in the English language. It will change you at the cellular level. You have been forewarned.

Soviet/Russian Parallel Cinema
'What on earth is parallel cinema? Who is a part of this in the USSR? I will try to answer the questions simply and in a straight forward way. All Soviet citizens have the right to know about this new movement in cinema, so that after a difficult working day, he or she can entertain the proud thought: "We have parallel cinema..." And may fellow citizens have bright dreams, which are in fact the most democratic form of parallel cinema in the world.'

Derrida: Dissemination
'Who is it that is addressing you? Since it is not an author, a narrator, or a deus ex machina, it is an I that is both part of the spectacle and part of the audience, an I that, a bit like you, undergoes its own incessant violent reinscription within the arithmetical machinery. An I that functioning as a pure passageway for operations of substitution is not some singular and irreplaceable existence, some subject or life. But only rather moves between life and death, between reality and fiction. An I that is a mere function or phantom.'

Deleuze: Cinema 1 & 2
The broad sweep of Deleuze's two cinema books, Cinema 1: The Movement-Image and Cinema 2: The Time-Image , is to chart a fundamental shift from classical pre-WW2 cinema [movement-image] to post-WW2 cinema [time-image].

- Banging Your Head Against A Brick Wall
"Nearly a hundred pictures are featured here. Each and every one of them a pathetic cry for help" -The Guardian
- Existencilism
"Superficially his work looks deep but it's actually deeply superficial" -Evening Standard
- Wall and Piece
"There's no way you're going to get a quote from us to use on your book cover" -Metropolitan Police Spokesperson
Hatred of Capitalism: A Semiotext(e) Reader
What an anthology. Over 400 pages packed with the likes of Kathy Acker, George Bataille, Jean Baudrillard, William Burroughs, John Cage, Gilles Deleuze, Bob Flanagan, Michel Foucault, Felix Guattari, J-F Lyotard, Ulrike Meinhof, Kate Millet, Cookie Mueller, David Rattray, Ann Rower, Assata Shakur, Michelle Tea, Lynne Tillman, Paul Virilia and many, many more. Twenty-five years of some of the finest writing to come out of America, France, and beyond.

Paul Virilio: The Vision Machine
"It is a war of images and sounds, rather than objects and things, in which winning is simply a matter of not losing sight of the opposition. The will to see all, to know all, at every moment, everywhere, the will to universalised illumination: a scientific permutation on the eye of God which would forever rule out the surprise, the accident, the irruption of the unforeseen."

The eXtreme eBook Collection
The Selfish Meme: A Critical Reassessment By Kate Distin - Dr. Strangelove's Game By Paul Strathern - THE BLACK BOOK Volume III, Part 1, Galt's Ark: The Black Symphony, First Movement - THE BLACK BOOK Volume III, Part 2, Galt's Ark: The Black Symphony, Second Movement - Mind Hacks: Tips & Tricks for Using Your Brain By Tom Stafford, Matt Webb - Social Amnesia: A Critique of Contemporary Psychology By Russell Jacoby - The Empty Space: A Book About the Theatre: Deadly, Holy, Rough, Immediate By P. Brook - Signifying Identities; Anthropological Perspectives on Boundaries and Contested Values By Anthony Cohen - The Posthuman Condition: Consciousness Beyond the Brain By Rob Pepperell - The Human Condition By Hannah Arendt - Body of Secrets: Anatomy of the Ultra-Secret National Security Agency By J. Bamford

Conspiracy Pack

Video: The Hour of Our Time - The Legacy of William Cooper. The only official documentary of William "Bill" Cooper's life, works, legacy and his shocking demise that night of November 6, 2001.

eBooks: Bramley: The Gods of Eden - Lady Queenborough: Occult Theocrasy - Spenser: The Cult of the All-Seeing Eye

Luigi Serafini - Codex Seraphinianus is a highly idiosyncratic magnum opus by an Italian architect indulging his sense of fancy to the hilt. It consists of two volumes in a completely invented language (including the numbering system, which is itself rather esoteric), penned entirely by the author, accompanied by thousands of beautifully drawn colour pictures of the most fantastic scenes, machines, beasts, feasts, and so on. It purports to be a vast encyclopedia of a hypothetical land somewhat like the earth, with many creatures resembling people to various degrees, but many creatures of unheard-of bizarreness promenading throughout the countryside. Serafini has sections on physics, chemistry, mineralogy (including many drawings of elaborate gems), geography, botany, zoology, sociology, linguistics, technology, architecture, sports (of all sorts), clothing, and so on. The pictures have their own internal logic, but to our eyes they are filled with utter non sequiturs.

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