Phil Hine - Prime Chaos excerpts

THE DYNAMICS OF SORCERY

To overcome this suspicion, the would-be magician has to prove to himself that MAGIC
WORKS, and the only way to do this is by trying it out. Proving that Magic works, even in a
small way, begins the process of pushing back the boundaries of Achievable Reality.
Suddenly, nothing is as clear-cut as it formerly seemed. Keep 'doing' magic for long enough
and it becomes an embedded part of personal reality-as familiar as the sky, earth, and
buildings seen every day. At this point one ceases to believe in magic as something 'separate'
to the rest of one's familiar world. Rather, the world is becoming magical. Practical Sorcery,
as the application of magical methods to the needs of everyday life, is a good starting point.

Being able to see the results of Sorcery workings (even in small ways) shifts the boundary of
what we accept can be done with magic and successfully embeds the fact that Magic Works.


Core Elements of Sorcery

1. Intention
Most acts of Sorcery begin with the Statement of Intent. This is a simple declaration of what
one is about to do, and for what final purpose. Since vague intentions tend to give rise to, at
best, vague results, the magician should formulate a Statement of Intent which is as precise
as possible, without becoming overly verbose. Two techniques which may be of assistance
here are:
a) Divination Systems
The surface desire for change may well not be the best point from which to work. This is
where Divination Systems such as Tarot, I Ching, Runes, Astrology, or self-created systems
can be brought in. For example, a Sorcerer is desirous of obtaining employment-getting a job
is his surface desire. However, using a divination system to examine the components of the
situation, he finds that a key element which blocks his desire is lack of confidence. So he
performs a working where improving selfconfidence is the main focus of the Enchantment.
Divination systems can also be used when examining a situation which involves other people.
It may occasionally be useful to examine one's motives for intervening in a situation involving
other people, and also looking for hidden factors which may not be immediately apparent.
b) Cognitive Restructuring
There is often a good deal of difference between what we think we ought to be doing, and
what can realistically be achieved. This difference is often a contributing factor to work and life
stresses. Magicians often have high ideals, but may sometimes find that it is difficult to bring
those ideals down to earth. It can be useful, in this regard, to take an overall intention and
break it down into smaller stages, each of which is more readily realised than the overall
objective. Rather than trying for a sudden push of the Achievable Reality threshold, it may be
more realistic to attempt this in stages.
Sorcery Event Series
A Sorcery Event Series (S.E.S) is a series of linked Sorcery operations. A long-term goal is
broken down into smaller, related steps. As one result manifests, the momentum of success
carries the magician into the next working in the series. This sets up a condition where each
single event concluded in the series increases the probability of the overall intent manifesting.
The S.E.S is a particularly useful tactic for working with establishing long-term projects. The
effect can be likened to setting up a line of dominoes, and then pushing the first domino into
its neighbour

3. Timing
Sorcery Operations - Basic Procedure
Following the definition of, and entry into the Free Area, the next stage is to move towards a
state of consciousness known in the Chaos approach as Gnosis. Gnosis is a condition of
onepointed consciousness wherein awareness is emptied of all save the object of
concentration; where will is given both intentionality and vector. The main routes to Gnosis
are threefold: Excitatory-anything which stimulates the BodyMind, such as dancing,
drumming, hyperventilation or sexual arousal; Inhibitory-anything which stills the BodyMind,
such as passive meditation, slow chanting, hypnotic agents, or slow breathing; and Indifferent
Vacuity-a state of no-mind, or Non-Disinterest, where the object of desire flickers briefly in a
mind emptied of all content-no emotional attachment to the desire.
Upon entering the peak of Gnosis, the desire in its chosen representative form (a sigil, for
example) is projected forth, towards its target or into the void of the multiverse. It is then
banished from awareness, that is to say, forgotten.
Following projection of the desire, the Free Area is closed using any preferred method, such
as manic laughter, a Banishing Ritual, or a hand gesture. The Magician then moves onward,
having set up the conditions whereby his desire will manifest accordingly.

The above description of General Sorcery Procedure could be used to describe any sorcery
working, from a three-hour group ritual involving prolonged dancing, drumming and chanting,
to an act of 'Empty-Handed' magic which can be performed anywhere, and need only last a
few seconds. In general, magicians tend to proceed from the former to the latter type of
working. As one continually progresses, the definitions of what constitutes a magical action
tend to become fairly fluid. At the beginning of magical practice, it is usual to perceive magical
operations as being separate from everyday experience. Later, however, acts of magic
become a part of everyday experience, as one makes the transition between inhabiting a
Consensus Reality which is gradually widening to admit the possibilities of magic, to creating
a personal Magical Reality-a Psychocosm.

Evolving a Psychocosm
In becoming familiar with magical ideas, reading books, learning symbol systems and
correspondences, one comes to learn the ,game rules' of magic. Like any other game, the
rules define the framework of the activity. For a game to be worthwhile, its rules must be
flexible, open to different interpretations, and allow for different needs and situations.
Involvement with magical practice shows that the game rules of Consensus Reality are more
flexible, and have more loopholes than one may have originally thought.
Developing a magical Psychocosm is a slow process, as one gathers momentum in magical
practice, shifting from the tentative position of having read a few books and probably having
thereby set up preconceptions as to what magic is about, to beginning to practise magical
techniques in earnest. One of the strengths of the Chaos approach is that experience is
stressed over pre-experiential beliefs. Do it first, then consider which beliefs and concepts
seem to be most appropriate, in the light of personal experience.
In modern culture, there are hundreds of magical systems available, with more being
discovered, recovered and invented every year. Beginners in magic often adopt a system
which reflects their core self-beliefs and ideas, or, as is sometimes the case, the first system
that is encountered or made accessible. Since few people get anything from an approach
they are not even remotely interested in, it is usually best to choose a magical system that is
attractive, for whatever reasons. It is important to note, however, that our beliefs relating to
magic, be they general or particular, do not necessarily remain constant. They are likely to
change according to our experience and changes in personal perspective.

Theory and Glamour
1 have met, over the years, a good many people who have professed to have studied magicmeaning
that they have read a large number of books which claimed to explain how magic
worked. Largely, these folk had not got down to actually trying out something practical, and
many ascribed to the erroneous belief that, before raising a finger to trace a pentagram in the
air, or closing one's eyes in meditation, one needed to assimilate a great deal of abstract
theory. However, magic is, in this respect, dissimilar to the classical sciences. Whilst a
student of physics needs to be familiar with certain theories before performing an advanced
experiment, a magician does not need to have absorbed a huge chunk of abstract theory in
order to cast a spell.

it is not a case that one of
them is more 'true' than others, but a case of which theory or model you choose to believe in,
or which theory you find the most attractive. Indeed, from a Chaos Magic perspective, you
can selectively believe that a particular theory or model of magical action is true only for the
duration of a particular ritual or phase of work.

Theories-in-use cannot be taught: they are personal and tend to operate at the level of
unconscious assumptions. They can only be learned by the individual by a process of practice
in 'live' experience. In the same way, magical theories-in-use cannot be taught. A fledgling
magician can be given general magical theories-of-action and taught basic techniques and
the application of them, but he will, of necessity, develop his own theoriesof-use as part of the
process of becoming proficient and practised at magical activities.

Mistaking Metaphors
This is very useful, particularly when we desire to inspire or illumine others through
the eloquent description of our own inner experience. Unfortunately, there is a common
tendency (believed by many to be a side-effect of western education) to fall into the belief that
all metaphorical speech has some basis in fact. In short, westerners tend to take everything
too literally.
A good example of this tendency is the Hindu system of chakras. Now most people who have
done some reading of magical texts will have come across the chakras, as they have become
a fairly basic element of what is known as the Western Esoteric Tradition. So much so in fact,
that it is more or less taken for granted that the chakras have some factual basis for
existence.
The original tantric texts which describe the varying systems of chakras (some
describe six, others, seven, nine, eleven or even twenty-four!) use a great deal of symbolic
language and metaphor, much of which western authors have mistakenly taken literally

Indeed, I was once
privileged to overhear, during a discussion about the validity of modern models of the
chakras, that the Indian sages who developed the system, were wrong in their writings about
them! Similarly, it is common for occultists to base a particular theory on some popular
scientific model and, when the model is discredited or modified by further research, to loudly
defend their belief and decry the scientists for not understanding the 'true' significance. Such
uncritical thinking can easily lead to dogmatism-the enemy of magic.

Models and Maps
Most approaches to magical development use some kind of general map or model for
structuring experience, such as the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, or the aforementioned chakras.
However, it is important to bear in mind Robert Anton Wilson's advice that the Map is not the
Territory.

Results and Magical Advancement
There is a story about a student of the Zen master Dogen who came to the master and
reported that, deep in his meditation, he had seen a great white light, in the centre of which
was the Buddha. Expecting praise at his spiritual advancement, he was somewhat crestfallen
when Dogen replied "That's nice. If you concentrate on your breathing, it will go away."

During one's magical development, one is quite likely to experience intense states of
awareness, visions, unusual perceptions, precognitive phenomena or the joyful amazement
that, against all odds and rationality, one's simple piece of candle magic actually brought forth
the result that was desired. Some of these experiences will be potentially life-changing,
unpleasant and even threatening. That is all part of the course, too. The problem comes when
one begins to attribute such experiences to being signs of great magical illumination or
spiritual realisation. Sometimes, you might not even be the direct source of the tendency.

Metaprogramming & Magical Belief

A key to magic is what we choose to believe about magic and ourselves. In certain respects,
the universe conforms to our beliefs. Again, the chakras form a useful example of this
process. The popular view of chakras is that we have seven. Meditate on the chakras,
hammer the symbolism into your head and, eventually, you'll start having 7-Chakra
experiences-from body sensation to dreams about them. There are basically two ways of
looking at this result-one is that the chakras are 'real' and have been waiting for you to come
along and 'awaken' them; the other that you've imposed a map over your perception of your
bodymind, which has structured itself accordingly. You can test this by switching to a different
subtle body map such as the Middle Pillar of the Tree of Life, and doing the same, until you
obtain the the result of experiences and sensations concordant with the symbolism of the Middle
Pillar.
Any belief system can be used as a basis for magic, so long as you can invest commitment
and emotional attachment into it.
A belief system can be seen as a matrix of information into which we can pour emotional
energy-we do as much, when we become so engrossed in watching a play, film, or TV
programme that for a moment, it becomes real for us, and invokes appropriate emotions.
Much of what we see served up on the silver screen is powerful mythic images and situations,
repackaged for modem tastes.

JRE #388 - Mick West, Bryan Callen

  Mick West is a game programmer, writer, and debunker. Currently runs a few websites including MetaBunk.org and ContrailScience.com. Bryan Callen is an actor, stand-up comedian, and host of his own podcasts: The Bryan Callen Show and The 10-Minute Podcast, with co-hosts Will Sasso and Chris D'Elia.



 

Jacques Vallee - Thinking Allowed - Implications of UFO Phenomena




Jacques Vallee - Thinking Allowed - Implications of UFO Phenomena






 

Phil Hine - Prime Chaos

Foreword by Grant Morrison
Cover Art by William S. Burroughs
Read it here.

  Chaos Magic is the fastest-growing school of modern occultism. "Prime Chaos" presents simple, yet effective techniques for becoming proficient in practical magic, including an exhaustive breakdown of the possibilities offered by ritual magic, sorcery, invocation, possession and evocation. Hine also explores some of the lighter-and darker-aspects of modern occultism, and presents new ideas for developing magical techniques for the 21st Century


His earliest popular work was a small pamphlet now called Oven-Ready Chaos (formerly Condensed Chaos, a title that has been appropriated since for one of his full length books) which outlined a brief and simple "definition" of magic(k), a brief history of the school of practice called chaos magic and an outline of some of its basic approaches, which presented a number of simple techniques.
Condensed Chaos is a full length expansion of this pamphlet focusing on basic techniques and the style of doing magic that has become associated with chaos magic. It was later joined by a second companion volume Prime Chaos, which focused more on the construction and uses of more formalized ritual techniques.

Phil Hine is widely considered one of the most practical, down-to-earth, and accessible authors on the subject of occultism. Unlike the more complex writings of authors such as Aleister Crowley, his works are considered highly successful at taking the mystical jargon out of magical writing.

Definition of magic

Hine seems reluctant in his works to pin down a concise definition of magic. Instead he suggests that magic is both an encompassing, living force, and a mode of consciousness. This consciousness can be experienced as gnosis but also part of everyday life. "Magic is a set of techniques and approaches for extending the limits of Achievable Reality" is probably the most concise definition of Hine's approach to magic.
Another definition is "a state of openness to a more expansive reality and the application of this state in one's life".
He finds that the definition of "black magic" has been convoluted by people who define practices that they disapprove of as "black magic".

Method

Phil Hine repeatedly stresses, probably strongly influenced by Robert Anton Wilson and Neuro-linguistic Programming, that the metaphysical frameworks used by certain schools of magic and their attendant goals for the practitioner are not inescapable absolutes, but, to the chaos magician, matters of style and practicality. Rather than giving metaphysical explanations of why something should work, he outlines a few basic techniques for altering states of consciousness, and insists that the only way to find out about magic is to try it yourself. He generally conforms to the opinion that certain forms of magic are executed in a state of gnosis, but does not do so rigidly.

Ritual style

Following his suggestion that magic should be fun and based on whatever works, Hine shifts from semi-traditional Qabalistic ritual, to meditating on computer-programming-inspired flowcharts, to seemingly absurd Discordian rites. The thrust of his advice is for the magician to be creative with that which they find inspiring, and to modify it according to their needs.

 FOREWORD

by Grant Morrison

The initiate in the Tibetan Chöd ritual is required to undergo a visionary experience in which
the physical body is dismembered and devoured by demons while the "higher self" watches,
unmoved by the gruesome destruction of its flesh. This type of experience, common to the
shamanic tradition, demonstrates the sometimes violent and uncompromising nature of
"spiritual" or "paradigm" change.
Emerging from the eerie lunar zones between the polar fires of punk rock and the Thatcher
rave years, Chaos Magic has grown and multiplied and diversified, evolving out through the
minds of its practitioners; it has no shape, it breeds like a fractal and mutates as it goes. "It"
currently embraces aspects of the Crowley cult, shamanism, NLP, Reichian bodywork,
Eastern thought, voodoo, Situationist theory, H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker, Walt Disney and
anything else you might care to add to that list. Shattering and binding simultaneously, always
up for a laugh, Chaos provides one useful model for the next stage in the collective upgrading
of human consciousness.
Early signs may indicate that human society is entering a time in which the creative synthesis
of apparently contradictory positions will become fundamental to our thinking. In the current
magical subculture, no one sythesizes with the encyclopaedic range and creativity of Phil
Hine.
Phil is, in my opinion, the foremost interpreter of the chaos paradigm. His researches, in
territories fraught with confusion and glamour, are not only innovative and imaginative, not
only free from self-aggrandizement and dogma, but are also immensely lucid and readable.
Phil offers practical, detailed information on how magic operates and suggests experiments
which can (and should) be duplicated and verified. He never obscures or overelaborates but
still manages to astound with the depth of his experience and the scope of his speculations.
Prime Chaos pulls back the moth-eaten curtains to expose and dismiss much of the pseudogoth
theatricality which still hampers the understanding of magic, but at the same time, never
loses sight of the wonder, the terror and the awe of true gnosis.
Phil brings humanity, sanity, insanity and wit to a subject which will, I believe, penetrate more
deeply into the fabric of our lives, as science adapts its boundaries to accommodate some of
the conclusions magicians have already reached, and as magic lets go of the "occult" aspects
which once protected its practitioners from the power of a totalitarian church but which serve
now only to obscure.
Direct confrontation with Chaos is unmistakable and available to anyone who is prepared to
simply do the work and open the doors. This book represents the cutting edge of magic
theory and practice; it will provide as many keys as you need but, as ever, the theory may fire
the imagination but cannot in the end substitute for personal experience. Read then DO.
The penis of the President of the USA is the subject of media debate; a British football star
announces to newspapers that five separate demons are occupying his body; a fairytale
princess is killed by cameras. If ever the time was ripe for the wider emergence of the Chaos
current, that time is surely now.
Charles Fort made the gnomic observation that it steam engines when it's steam engine time.
Well ... it's steam engine time and the chöd ritual has already begun for global culture. The
world that was, is now in the process of watching its own disintegration with horror and
exhilaration. What possible transformations lie ahead when, finally, we let the old corpse go?
Nothing is true, everything is permitted.
As the roller-coaster ride into the future gathers speed, Prime Chaos is a survival manual for
the 21 st century.
Grant Morrison
July 1998


Peter J. Carroll Liber Null & Psychonaut book quotes (1987)



Liber Null & Psychonaut: An Introduction to Chaos Magic - online text
  • Magic is the science and the art of causing change to occur in conformity with will.
    • p. 15; this is a slight paraphrase of the definition of Aleister Crowley in Magick in Theory and Practice: Magick is the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will.
  • Man considers himself center of will and a center of perception. Will and perception are not separate but only appear so to the mind. The unity which appears to the mind to exert twin functions of will and perception is called Kia by magicians. Sometimes it is called the spirit, or soul, or life force, instead.
    • p. 28
  • Kia cannot be experienced directly because it is the basis of consciousness (or experience), and it has no fixed qualities which the mind can latch on to. Kia is the consciousness, it is the elusive "I" which confers self-awareness but does not seem to consist of anything itself. Kia can sometimes be felt as ecstasy or inspiration, but it is deeply buried in the dualistic mind. It is mostly trapped in the aimless wanderings of thought and in the identification with experience and in that cluster of opinions about ourselves called ego. Magic is concerned with giving the Kia more freedom and flexibility and with providing means by which it can manifest its occult power. Kia is capable of occult power because it is a fragment of the great life force of the universe.
    • p. 28
  • As a great master once observed: "There are two methods of becoming god, the upright or the averse." Let the mind become as a flame or a pool of still water.
    • p. 31
  • In certain tantric rituals the candidate is first beaten by his guru, hashish forced down him, and he is taken at midnight to a dark cemetery for sacred sexual intercourse. Thus he achieves union with his god.
    • p. 35
  • It is a mistake to consider any belief more liberated than another. It is the possibility of change which is important. Every new form of liberation is destined to eventually become another form of enslavement for most of its adherents. There is no freedom from duality on this plane of existence, but one may at least aspire to choice of duality.
    • p. 45
  • Space, time, mass, and energy originate from Chaos, have their being in Chaos, and through th agency of the aether are moved by Chaos into the multiple forms of existence.
    • p. 52
  • The first aeon comes out of the mists of time. It was an age of Shamanism and Magic when the rulers of men had a firm grasp on the psychic forces. Such forces conferred a high survival value on puny naked man living in intimate communion with the dangers of a hostile environment. This form of consciousness has left its mark in the various underground traditions of witchcraft and sorcery. It has also survived in the hands of several aboriginal cultures in which the powers were used to enforce social conformity.
    The second Pagan aeon arose with a more settled way of life as agriculture and city dwelling began. As more complex forms of thought arose and men moved further away from nature, the knowledge of psychic forces became confused. Gods, spirits, and superstition uneasily filled the gaps created by loss of natural knowledge and man's expanding awareness of his own mind.
    The third, or Monotheistic, aeon arose inside of the pagan civilizations and swept their fold form of consciousness away. The experiment begun once in Egypt but failed. It really came into its own with Judaism and later with Christianity and Islam, which were offshoots of this. In the East, Buddhism was the form it took. In the monotheistic aeon men worshiped a singular, idealized form of themselves.
    The Atheistic aeon arose within Western monotheistic cultures and began to spread throughout the world, although the process is far from complete. It is far from being a mere negation of monotheistic ideas. It contains the radical and positive notions that the universe can be understood and manipulated by careful observation of the behavior of material things. The existence of spiritual beings is considered to be a question without any real meaning. Men look toward their emotional experience as the only ground of meaning.
    Now some cultures have remained in one aeon while others have swept forward, but most have never completely freed themselves of the residues of the past. Thus sorcery tainted pagan civilizations and even our own. Paganism taints Catholicism, and Protestantism... There are signs that a fifth aeon is developing exactly where it my be expected — within the leading sections of the foremost atheist cultures.
    The evolution of consciousness is cyclic in the form of an upward spiral. The fifth aeon represents a return to the consciousness of the first aeon but in a higher form.
    Chaoist philosophy will again become a dominant intellectual and moral force. Psychic powers will increasingly be looked to for solutions to man's problems. A series of general and specific prophecies may be extrapolated from current trends to show how this will come about.
    • p. 88
  • An ancient Chinese curse runs, "May you live in interesting times." Since the fall of the Roman Empire, there has rarely been more interesting times than these. Whenever history becomes unstable and destinies hang in the balance, then magicians and messiahs appear everywhere. Our own civilization has moved into an epoch of permanent crisis and upheaval, and we are beset with a plague of wizards. They serve an historic purpose, for whenever a society undergoes radical change, alternative spiritualities proliferate, and from among these a culture will select a new world view.
    • p. 113

Mind Shift with Daniel Pinchbeck

Mind Shift is a new kind of talk show for a new era. Host Daniel Pinchbeck focuses on the deepest issues impacting our world today. Featuring top intellectual heavyweights and cultural superstars, Pinchbeck and his guests explore topics like the future of civilization, technology, spirituality and an emerging new paradigm for humanity. via realitysandwich



The Secret Sun - Enter the mindscape

via the secret sun

I've been glimpsing a light in the distance which is signaling that the time is coming where rehashing old dreams- even if in the context of Synchromystic analysis- will no longer be enough. New dreams will be needed soon and on a massive scale. I've realized the past few years that my own creative impulses- that is to say "dreams"- had been held hostage by the lingering power of old nightmares. But the same tools that help us decode some of the collective dreams that we've looked at here can also help tidy up your own mindscapes, even if the application stage is quite a bit different.

Maybe the same process will apply to others out there- it's important to decontaminate and decolonize our own imaginations so we can dream more honestly. The mechanized dream machines are in crisis, and maybe their crisis is the honest dreamer's opportunity. I hope everyone reading this will learn to apply the lessons you might have gotten here to your own lives and your own imaginations. Just like the brain needs REM sleep to maintain its equilibrium so it is with a culture's dreaming. The first step to lifting our culture out of the sinkhole it's stuck in is to dream about it first.

So the next time someone tells you're a dreamer, say "thank you."

I wonder what vid it was that yt blocked inside the secretsuns article titled Enter the Mindscape hmmm.

Quotes on Synchromysticism and Synchronicity

 

"Synchromysticism admits the reality that anything can be connected with meaning to anything else." - Jake Kotze

"The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance." - Jake Kotze

"Another term used to describe the phenomenon is 'Multicontextual research.'" - Jake Kotze

"Synchromysticism is this process of relaxing what is to be considered valid for comparison." - Jake Kotze

"Synchromysticism: The vast and noble undertaking of piecing together the occult holographic language system of the universe, in order to identify and more aptly understand the relationship between the collective consciousness of all sentient beings on earth and beyond." - Steve Willner


" One who uses synchronicities to become aware of oneself and harmonically align to the universe. A science built on the "8 steps of synchronization" that brought forth in the early 1990's and helped catapult Tribe13 and the Interdimensional Art Movement. Movemenents that have grown worldwide primarily by the visionary art community and calendar change reform." -Roman Villagrana


"Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see." - Carl Jung

"Saying that something is a denizen of the psychic realm in no way precludes its also having an efficacious force in the physical realm through the phenomenon called synchronicity." - As MS said, quoting Jung

"Synchronicities express themselves through chance meetings and natural events as well as in dreams and supernatural episodes." - Daniel Pinchbeck

"Imagine a multidimensional spider's web in the early morning covered with dew drops. And every dew drop contains the reflection of all the other dew drops. And, in each reflected dew drop, the reflections of all the other dew drops in that reflection. And so ad infinitum. That is the Buddhist conception of the universe in an image." - Alan Watts

Some small Synchromystic events that occured this week
> I asked for a normal package of smokes of 4.30 and the seller got me a big pack worth of 5.40 and I only had to pay 4.30, felt abit like a derren brown moment lol, though I think my old sigil kicked in
this allready happend 2 times so far.
>A friend of mine who i havent seen in quite some while, named his kid Aylean > alien lol
>I got red flagged at the apk for some issue with the rear brakes of the car, though I had it serviced especially for the brakes a couple of days before I had to go to the apk. lol
The dude at the apk said I could be a minor issue with only some air inside the breaks or something trolol

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland trailer

In Victorian London, the young and beautiful Alice tells a tale of a strange new land that exists on the other side of a rabbit hole. An invisible cat, a hookah-smoking caterpillar and playing cards that talk are just some of the fantastic things she's seen during this impossible adventure. Surely this girl must be insane. Her doctors aim to cure her with a treatment that will make her forget everything. Alice seems ready to put it all behind her – especially the painful memory of the genie she fell in love with and lost forever, the handsome and mysterious Cyrus – but deep down she knows this world is real and just in the nick of time, the sardonic Knave of Hearts and the irrepressible White Rabbit save her from a doomed fate.

 Once Upon a Time in Wonderland is an upcoming American fantasy-drama series that was created by writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz for ABC Studios. The program is a spin-off of Once Upon a Time and will air on ABC at 8:00 on Thursday nights in the 2013–14 television season beginning October 10, 2013.[1]
The series is based around the Lewis Carroll fairytale classic Alice's Adventures in Wonderland but with a different twist from the other adaptations and takes place in the same universe as Once Upon a Time in present-day Wonderland, with flashbacks to pre-Curse Wonderland.[2] As such, it is expected to follow the same setting as the parent series, including the use of Disney and Lost related allusions. In addition, the series will have crossover episodes with Once Upon a Time that will also involve a connection with the characters that are trapped in Storybrooke, Maine.[3]


Cyber Tarot: An Electronic Oracle by Douglas Rushkoff






woot, i finnaly found my zipped cyber tarot back. I did not know there was a book, manual that goes with it. Here is a first page sneakpeek + a peek at the program itself beneath the first page thingie.








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