When I’m not busy doing weird magic things, performing blood sacrifice, and feeding my spirits with dope smoke and tequila, I’m apparently figuring out how to extrapolate a birth chart for my car, the spirit of which I’m in an intimate relationship with. Because I’m polytheist and OS. I don’t really know hardly anything about astrology, actually. … More Astrology for… Cars.
For several years I’ve experience something called Exploding Head Syndrome – commonly described as a hypnogogic sleep disorder characterized as a loud, sudden “sound” heard inside or very near to one’s head while trying to fall asleep or while waking up from sleep. My symptoms met that criteria… at first. But then it started getting … More The Exploding Head
‘Life on the slippery Earth: Aztec moral philosophy has profound differences from the Greek tradition, not least its acceptance that nobody is perfect’ Fascinating! My studies of Aztec philosophy are almost nil, and I don’t work with any of the Teteo (though I’ve given it extensive thought), but my time researching ancient Maya philosophy and metaphysics … More An article comparing Aztec virtue ethics to that of the ancient Greeks
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking on the role of the artist and the arts in contemporary polytheist culture. A lot has happened since my year with the Twins, my patrons of the arts, ended: I wrote a short text exploring similar themes in Concerning the Spirits of Art, where I began the process … More Polytheism and the Artist
Well, I’m almost moved in. I still haven’t set up my primary shrine to the Old Man yet, as I won’t exactly feel comfortable doing so until the room is significantly more organized lol, but my spirit altar and my spartan shrine to Miro and Mano are out. I rediscovered a ziploc bag I had … More Almost Moved In
Pips and progressions are done, and the imagery on these are just about finished as well. Some cards have changed dramatically since my first inception of them, some of them have required name changes, and some took many, many sketches to hash out. (The Gamble, I’m looking at you.) Some of them I thought were … More The “Minors” – just about done!
Praise to Miro and Mano, from whom all my inspiration comes, and by whom all my art is made.