The Golden Age & The Grotesque

About repression, celebration and expostulation of the Cthonic, and why I think the exclusivism of the Celestial has unbalanced the soul - because centrism is a naturally gravitic medium in our people which suffers when it is not allowed to hold. How the Grotesque might have been a movement of Folksoul to bring us back to centre.

My goal is to make you pause the next time you call something grotesque. I'll probably fail, but I've been chewing on this thought for a few years.

Tastes like cud.
... And peanut butter.

Quid Est?

Brain dump. Political mumbo jumbo edition. Now with links to rabbitholes! Click underlined text to YEET.

Pan and the Death of the Nation-State

Musings about the perennial debate about forms of Nationalism, and why I think most of us are putting the cart before the host. Touches on the futility of The Current Thing (are you team Russia or Ukraine?) and why I think the entirety of it is an incredibly wasteful detraction from making real progress. Also, April is dead, long live May.

American Rabbithole

A rabbithole about balancing American Identit-y/ies. Unless you enjoy thinking your way into net neutrality, this might not be the post for you.
Other topics glanced over: Grønbech's internet treatment, anthropology, roots of American popular mythology, Conversion Times and ethnogenesis. All spergery. No breaks.
O LORD spare us the sperge of the Yankee.

Lorecast Archives

Back per unpopular request. Lorecast Archives, those I was able to scrape together again. It's a podcast: about Myths and Legends from European History filtered through a modern lens.


Musings -as always nothing more. This time about the role of rising above cynicism. Painful for some, needful for all.