A Short Chronicle of Dust by Limner Locin (from L’Ascete No. 2)
Reblogged from Your will be done....
March 07, 2014, 9:18pm Comments
“Dr. Strassman has also noted that the pineal gland first becomes visible at approximately the forty-ninth day of fetal development, nearly exactly the same moment that the gender of the fetus can first be determined. He noted that this was the same length of time that the Tibetan Book of the Dead teaches it takes for the soul of the recently dead to “reincarnate”, and that the location of the pineal gland corresponds to the location of the Keter (Crown Sefirah) in Judaism, and the Sahasrara (Crown Chakra) in Ayurveda.”
March 06, 2014, 3:43am Comments
“This is the real thing.”
— Terence McKenna
March 06, 2014, 2:04am Comments
“Laissez-faire capitalism encompasses the notion that men should exchange goods and services, without regulation, solely on the basis of value for value. It recognizes charity and communal enterprises as voluntary versions of this same ethic. Such a system would be straight barter, except for the widely felt need for a division of labor in which men, voluntarily, accept value tokens such as cash and credit. Economically, this system is anarchy, and proudly so.”
— Karl Hess
March 04, 2014, 3:05am Comments
I knew Oxford English Dictionary would have some gems.Dirty South hip hop refers to a gritty rap culture first developed in the southern United States during the 1980s and the 1990s… This playlist, courtesy of Oxford African American Studies Center contributor Bertis English (Alabama State University), provides a wide-ranging selection of the most significant artists working in the genre.
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February 27, 2014, 2:27pm Comments
“No thing happens at random but all things as the result of a reason and by necessity.”
February 26, 2014, 1:54am Comments