Hermann NitschSchuttbild2007


Oracle Bone
1200 BC - 1050 BC
Shang Dynasty
(Source: The British Museum)


William Henry Matthews, Mazes and labyrinths; a general account of their history and developments, 1922 {via yama-bato}

» The Hebrew Goddess


The Hebrew Goddess by Raphael Patai, foreword by Merlin Stone, the 1990 3rd and enlarged paperback from Wayne State University Press, is part of the collection at the Reading Room.

Raphael Patai Merlin Stone The Hebrew Goddess from Wayne State University Press

The Hebrew Goddess demonstrates that the Jewish religion, far from being pure monotheism,…


Untitled, 2009



Sigalit Landau - Barbed Hula, 2000

This is definitely one of the most impressive performances of art and, personally, it is my favorite.
(…) Danger is generated from history into life and into the body. (…)

Watch the video here.

Fucking brutal.


Richard Hawkins. Vitriol chapter 3, 2014. Our job is to open up a space, a space unfettered by the foreign grips of THE WORLD and that space is inevitably located in the intractable, irresponsible, unreasonable, humming, blossoming, temperamental spaces of our bodies. These “paths” are our “work”, our “labors”, our contributions to the greater good. These are “passional” labors and they are, in the end, these “workings”, meant to liberate us away from the Control State of laws, money, good citizenship, imperatives of productivity, charity, religious proscriptions, rightwing/leftwing conservatism, you name it. There is no very good favorite waste of time here - just the constant labors of our revolutionary bodies. There can be no separation – absolutely NO separation - between our state of ruthlessness and theirs: one pollutes the other, takes advantage of it, stirs it into distraction, energizes it, pushes its buttons and always makes it cum.A “revolutionary consciousness,” as it’s called, is nothing but a worthless chimera if it continues to remain outside of our revolutionary bodies. Bodies generate their own freedoms: shameless freedoms, reckless ones, whimsical, salacious and greedy ones … And no redemptions either, by the way, no longings for better hotter worlds tomorrow … just today, NOW, little everyday orgasms, little insistent, perpetual and immediate overcummings. — adapted from Guy Hocquenghem, To Destroy Sexuality

Sexy Pagan Friday No. 38
A little late this week,