Thoughts on mythic morality

(Disclaimer/CN: This post discusses such things as depictions of rape, theft, murder, kinslaying and incest. None of what of what I write here should be taken as approval of, or apologia in relation to these acts.)“You look at trees and called them ‘trees,’ and probably you do not think twice about the word. You call […]

VI on the Rendering Unconscious Podcast

Hello folks. I’ve been extraordinarily quiet, but some of the things I’ve been working on will soon be available to the public. Tonight I was interviewed by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair for the RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS Podcast. Join us, herein, where I she lets me talk, ramble, loop and riff about #cripkult, myth, disability writing, and things that are […]

Cripple Magic: Adapting Ritual Magic For The Physically Disabled

This came to my attention earlier, on this scorching hot day in Albion. So as my first faltering steps towards Occult Uncle (Agony) , here’s my slightly sweaty response to a rather important question that’s close to my heart: So I’m curious, how does a person with physical disabilities perform movement intensive rituals like the […]

I’m sat here

In a country that’s dealing with an MP and mother of two being shot and stabbed to death by a man in the street in broad daylight. A man who, according to some witnesses, shouted “Britain First” before firing. A man who had a history of mental illness and had connections to Neo-Nazi and right wing […]

Authenticity & Wyrd

There’s no such thing as Authenticity, or being Real as opposed to fake. No static boundary to cross, no goal to make. To suggest that there is a quality, distinct and clear, is to misunderstand the fact that Being is continuous. This is not post modernism – on the contrary it is pre-modern in nature. […]

Marvel-ous Star.Ships

And all should cry, Beware! Beware! His flashing eyes, his floating hair! Weave a circle round him thrice, And close your eyes with holy dread For he on honey-dew hath fed, And drunk the milk of Paradise. –Kubla Khan, Samuel Taylor Coleridge In a way, it’s fitting that my first post after the blog’s return from […]