“The sage does not become trapped in semantics, does not mistake map for territory, but rather “opens things up to the light of Heaven” by flowing with the words, by playing with the words. Once attuned to this flow, the sage need make no special effort to “illumine,” for language DOES IT by itself, spontaneously.”~Hakim Bey
The text read this episode, by Peter Lamborn Wilson using the pen name Hakim Bey, is available either bound or downloaded, from Xexoxial Editions, or in T.A.Z.: The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism, 2nd edition, published under anti-copyright by Autonomedia, with Aimless Wandering appearing in T.A.Z. as an appendix courtesy of Xexoxial Editions.
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“…[F]or its delirious rhetoric, it deserves a proud place on the shelf labeled Chaos.” ~ Peter Lamborn Wilson
The text read this episode is available in Spiritual Destinations of an Anarchist, selected essays of Peter Lamborn Wilson, published 2015 by Ardent Press, an imprint of Little Black Cart, Berkeley CA
This essay was written as a response to and review of John Moore’s Anarchy & Ecstasy: Visions of Halcyon Days, originally from Aporia Press but now out of print, which you may freely access and download in a variety of formats for your use or distribution at The Anarchist Library.
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“Is it possible to create a SECRET THEATER in which both artist and audience have completely disappeared — only to reappear on another plane, where life and art have become the same thing, the pure giving of gifts?” ~ Peter Lamborn Wilson
The text read this episode is available in Anarchist Ephemera, selected essays of Peter Lamborn Wilson, published 2016 by Ardent Press, an imprint of Little Black Cart, Berkeley CA