Notes on the Phenomenological Limits of Strong Pneuminous Interactions (Magick).

When trying to describe the possibility that information stuck together (a pneuminous accretion) might exert an effect upon the substrate that it is attached to, one easily becomes misunderstood. The chief confusion comes in conflating a kind of physical level … Continue reading Notes on the Phenomenological Limits of Strong Pneuminous Interactions (Magick).

Notes on the Application of the Pneuminous Accretive Theory to Art.

The accretive theory in its strong form (agnostic disjunction: magick-obtains side) would give us a notion of art in which a) there exists the incoherent art-accretion and b) that the vector that is interpreted as art is imbued literally with … Continue reading Notes on the Application of the Pneuminous Accretive Theory to Art.

Notes on Clarification of Pneuminous Accretive theory (i).

The philosophy of pneuma herein does not try to be some jargon like nonsense -though of course hardly any writers set out to achieve this. Terms like this become a kind of short hand for what the author wants to convey. Of course it’s so … Continue reading Notes on Clarification of Pneuminous Accretive theory (i).

Azathoth and Yog-sothoth: Analysis.

Lovecraft has become a little bit cultural-theoretically trite. One cannot move without jostling up against the old ones in certain theory worlds. Yet of course the power of these beings either as allegory/hyperstition/actual alien/paranormal reality is what sustains them. Here … Continue reading Azathoth and Yog-sothoth: Analysis.

Assimilation, Simulation, Neurosis and The Sensitive Heritage of Concepts.

There is no spatial, chronological or privileged difference anymore between the real and the concept it mirrors. The real is imaginary and the imaginary is real. It is the closing of this distance that creates a flat, immanant and blindly … Continue reading Assimilation, Simulation, Neurosis and The Sensitive Heritage of Concepts.

On The Irreducibility of Concepts and Their Unaccountability (Part Two)

Psychology teaches us that the identity and classification of concepts on paper may be satisfactory at first glance yet the mixture of concepts within the human organism (or if you wish the mind) is far from neutral, objective or clear. … Continue reading On The Irreducibility of Concepts and Their Unaccountability (Part Two)