More of The Right Now More Than Less of The Less Than Stuff We Done Did Before

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfd1HaXQdOs "What the hell did they do to you / To make you so scared of falling in love / And feeling you care? I pray, one day out there / You will find a love / That crowns you / And all the fears will come undone" - Scout Niblett, 'What Can I Do?' … Continue reading More of The Right Now More Than Less of The Less Than Stuff We Done Did Before

Scientific Reductionism Briefly Considered From A Futurist Perspective – Link to an Article on ‘NeuroPsychology’

I fear many of the horizons we are rushing towards in our culture of scientism and technology worship are reductionist and objectionable to a thriving inner life. I see hearts and minds closing, and pathways to actual open-mind living narrowing in many ways. This article discusses some of these issues in the realm of psychology … Continue reading Scientific Reductionism Briefly Considered From A Futurist Perspective – Link to an Article on ‘NeuroPsychology’

Weekly Dispatch #4 – 05.24 – 05.31.2020 – ‘SUDDEN DEATH IN CAROLINA’ – discussing the film ‘Melancholia’ (2011)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGKZJRZ14Gc&t=319s The Haunted Typewriter Weekly Dispatch - 05.24.2020 - A Cyberpunk Vlog from TheHauntedTypewriter.com EPISODE #4 - SUDDEN DEATH IN CAROLINA /// Discussing the film 'Melancholia' (2011) / Tarot Card Queen of Swords / Giant Wave Art Installation in South Korea / "Stay Hydrated" / God speaks to each of us as he makes us, then … Continue reading Weekly Dispatch #4 – 05.24 – 05.31.2020 – ‘SUDDEN DEATH IN CAROLINA’ – discussing the film ‘Melancholia’ (2011)

05.23.2020> ‘The Anatomy of Melancholy’

Reading this nifty book 'The Anatomy of Melancholy' to discuss on my video podcast in conjunction with watching the film 'Melancholia' by Lars Von Trier this week. This book is nuts, one of those books that is just endlessly a joy to indulge in. Written by Robert Burton under the pseudonym 'Democritus Junior' because Democritus … Continue reading 05.23.2020> ‘The Anatomy of Melancholy’