Human beings are an alchemical mixture of masculine and feminine.
First off, yes, I am writing this on the internet.
The tree of life, in its evolutionary extension across time and space, can be described on its most fundamental level as an algorithm. This is the ultimate crisis of faith: that the natural world, and thus ourselves, can be described, at the most reductive level, mathematically.
When we seek the honest perspective, the eyes which see the other as self and the self as other, we can no longer function in this world. Now that we see power for what it is, and how it blinds our conscience, we cannot be content with it. And yet this entire world is made… Continue reading The Cross and the Paradox of Power
The fluidity of gender is a positive development, an attempt to create ‘one’ where previously there were two. In Catholic symbolism, the presence of ‘two’ is always a fundamental problem. Reflected by a devil’s twin horns, where two concepts exist, they necessarily go to war. Nature and technology, for example, and men and women, are… Continue reading Fluid Gender and Early Transhumanism
(The original interview can be found here) Jordan Peterson recommends the Christian dictum from Matthew 3:16 – “Be as wise as serpents, and as innocent as doves.” That passage is the summation of Peterson’s recurring idea that true virtue is possessed only by those with the capacity to destroy others, but who out of their… Continue reading Thoughts on my Jordan Peterson Interview
Specific place, personhood, culture and individual context are all being savagely assaulted by the omnipresence of the internet and the fracturing of Western societies into total anticulture, places where there is no commonality between people. This must be said, until it is understood: we are all phantoms, everywhere and nowhere at the same time. We’re… Continue reading The Everywhere that is Nowhere
Far from being a darling of the alt-right or secretly promoting fiendish racist ideology, the largest contradiction in Jordan B. Peterson’s sprawling intellectual enterprise is simply the notion that capitalist classical liberalism is the only game we can successfully play on Earth, even as it contradicts the depths of Christian symbols. Now, this is not… Continue reading A Critique of Jordan B. Peterson
To truly understand how lost the anti-capitalist of the 21st century is, consider how Jacobin or any socialist publication distributes its ideas. The magazine publishes repeatable type, mass-produced, through the machinery of a commercialized printing press. In other words, those advocating for the commune must spread their ideas via a mechanical, depersonalized process of infinite… Continue reading Tribal, Pre-Literate Society is Returning and There is Nothing You Can Do About It
1. Why is there something rather than nothing? 2. Can my individual choices aid in either the ‘something’ of the universe or aim for absolute nothing? 3. What is the relationship between Christianity and power? What does it mean to invert all hierarchies and bring union between man and God? 4. What is the true… Continue reading 30 Questions for 2018