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HistoryLiterature

Sven Lindqvist’s 2000 A History of Bombing grapples with the great terror of the twentieth century, the cascade of bombs raining down unto the helpless masses below, from its first application in colonial warfare to the potential of radioactive death on a global scale. Lindqvist approaches his subject through a

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BizarreLiterature

Ludvig Holberg’s 1741 Latin novel, The Journey of the Niels Klim to the World Underground presents a far-ranging satire of European society through an imaginary voyage of a young college graduate as he travels throughout a series of fantastic worlds beneath the earth’s surface. Utilizing the freedom of an imaginary

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80s HardcoreArtLiterature

via The Run Out written by John Gentile You will never understand everything in the Rudimentary Peni discography. You could spend a lifetime examining and evaluating the shards in the band’s work, feeling like you are getting closer to a fundamental truth. Even if you’re lucky enough to be able

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LiteraturePhotography

Photographer Krist Mort understands the symbiosis of light and dark; shadows can not exist without light to cast them. That is what makes up the theme of her new book, a project that includes exclusive audio by Russian esoterist LAMIA VOX, called INLUMAEH, which will published by Cyclic Press. It

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Literature

First of all, I’d like to thank you all for such enthusiastic and positive feedback on Musical Shamanism 101. I honestly didn’t expect it to generate so much interest. All throughout last week, I received questions from you about whether or not the book that the article is based on

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ArtLiteraturePhotography

via Dazed Digital Text & Photos by Tony Farfalla The heat from the enormous burning pentagram is nearly unbearable as I move closer to the flames. Beyond the fire, I see the faces of brujos (witch doctors) with their arms in the air. Their faces are smeared with blood and

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