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Aldous Huxley

” The propagandist’s purpose is to make one set of people forget that certain other sets of people are human.”

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Psychedelic Art #2: Classroom Doodle

The second, entitled “Classroom Doodle,” was produced during a classroom discussion on dimensional experiences, August 17, 1963:

Open Your Eye and you will See
The Dream of Dreams… 371 more words

Third Sunday of Easter

The theme of the readings this week is understanding and knowledge. We start as with every week in Easter in the Acts of the Apostles where we explore the beginnings of the Church. 457 more words


Iggy Azalea and the Death of Freedom

“The high pool is always steaming. What witch will rise up on the white sunset? What purple foliage will descend? …While public funds flow into fraternal holidays, a clock of pink fire strikes in the clouds.” Rimbaud… 1,873 more words

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The Making of France

Following the delightfully silly, but entertaining television series of The Three Musketeers, recently to leave our Sunday evening screens, and inspired by the brilliant portrayal by Peter Capaldi, I thought I would re-read a life of… 863 more words


Do caderno de notas de Philip Quarles

“A musicalização da ficção. Não à maneira simbolista, subordinando o sentido ao som. (Pleuvent les bleus baisers des astres taciturnes. Mera glossolalia). Mas em grande escala, na construção. 727 more words


Five Fascinating Facts about Aldous Huxley

Interesting trivia about the life of Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World

1. Aldous Huxley was the great-nephew of Matthew Arnold. Aldous Huxley (1894-1963), the author best known for the dystopian novel… 623 more words