Imprisoned Sentences, Sundsvall

Imprisoned Sentences, Sundsvall

  IMPRISONED SENTENCES will be exhibited at Galleri Granen in Sundsvall (see the flyer). The exhibition consists of enlarged textual pages from the novel Mother, Have A Safe Trip, plus inspirational photographs from the writing of the novel. The novel and some other items will be for sale at the gallery. The novel can also of course be ordered via EDDA. Many thanks and see you there! [...]

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The ”Thelema Now!” podcast is now online

The ”Thelema Now!” podcast is now online

    Thelema Now!, the great American podcast focusing on Aleister Crowley and Thelemic culture, recently interviewed me. The result can now be heard via their site. The conversations touch upon magic and art, Cotton Ferox, Edda Publishing, the novel Mother, Have A Safe Trip, inspiration, Fredrik Söderberg, The Fenris Wolf, Crowley's erotica, the Here To Go symposium, the An Art Apart documentary series and more. Many thanks to Frater Puck and [...]

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Scarlet Imprint has ”Reasonances” on pre-order now!

Scarlet Imprint has ”Reasonances” on pre-order now!

Reasonances is ​an anthology of selected essays, lectures and interviews by​ occultural pioneer Carl Abrahamsson. A subversive, creative, psychedelic collection of 23 essays spanning thirteen years at the forefront of occulture and magic​, followed an interview with the author by Sylvie Walder​. The unifying question of this diverse and stimulating collection can perhaps be stated thus: how does magic hack culture? Or perhaps even: what is the role and magic of the [...]

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Ernst Jünger’s The Forest Passage is a must read

Ernst Jünger’s The Forest Passage is a must read

We live in turbulent times that are sometimes hard to grasp. The vast amounts of stupidity and the further stupid reactions to this stupidity have created a terrifyingly negative situation we all have to face. Over-consumption, over-population, massive collectivism (including its most brutal and stupid form: monotheism) and an angst-ridden denial through petty consumerist compensations... What a mess! Over the past few decades, hardly any writer has become more prescient and insightful [...]

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