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Alchemical Research Lab Concludes Coronavirus Not an Occult Phenomenon

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Prague  – After weeks of intense scrutiny, a team of meta-epidemiologists at the Emperor Rudolf II Academy of Alchemy have determined that the coronavirus (Covid-19) is not supernatural in origin.  Rather, it is an entirely natural, even mundane, phenomenon. “This was what we suspected at the beginning,” said Dr. Stanislaw Havel.  “This was an investigation driven more by public concern…

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Civically Minded For-Profit Tech Startup To Revamp Iowa Primary Process With Numerology App

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Des Moine, Iowa – After the chaos of the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary, the Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) has committed to streamline its process for future contests.  Where Silicon Valley tech failed, could numerology be the answer? “There has been a great deal of criticism about how things went down this year.” says Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price.  “Some…

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Finnegans Wake Revisited – As A Cascading Fractal Dynamic

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The literary world was not turned on its head in 2015 when scientists at the Institute of Nuclear Physics in Poland ran a mathematical analysis of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, and discovered that the book – which to most observers is composed of nonsense sentences filled with pidgeon words – represents a near perfect series of cascading multi-fractal patterns.   Yet…

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Rumors Of A Philosopher’s Cult Involved In Australian Wildfires

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New South Wales, Australia – As the seemingly unquenchable conflagration has seared its way across the vast expanse of Australia since June of 2019, eyewitness accounts have pointed to the strange presence of red-robed men and women silently holding vigil near firefighting operational centers. Since the emergency began, dozens of people have been charged by the NSW police for intentionally…

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Music Review:  Goetia Profundium, “Magna Visitationis”

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Label:  Self-Released, December 2019 Reviewer:  Chester Lipscomb  Goetia Profundium’s debut E.P. comes as something as a surprise.  The trio, consisting of Jessica Concepción (Guitars), Geoff Strom (Drums, Percussion), and Ed Goodall (Synths, Vocals, Guitars, Bass), made some ripples a few years back as students, where they became principal members of the Institute’s Subterranean Orchestra in the mid-aughts.  But not much…

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Report – “There Goes The Ley-borhood.”

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New York, New York 06/01/2019 By Kendrick Sadaka For generations the Vodu practicing residents of the Bridlemile community in the West Hills of Portland have lived a charmed life. Practically undisturbed since the end of Reconstruction, this community has seen remarkable stability in its way of life and has prospered in the way the America Dream suggests one might with…

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Review: “Resuscitating The Lifeworld: Habermas’s Critique Of Rationalization And The Ritual Path Back To Psycho-Social Unification” by Bayrick Henzel

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Publisher:  Institute Of Magical Historicity Press Review:  Sean Chibbler      In the beginning of the 1980’s, Jurgen Habermas published his magisterial two volume treatise “The Theory of Communicative Action” to a world increasingly riven in its legitimation structures and multi-polar epistemic/normative fragmentation.  This effort ran conspicuously against the grain of social theoretic thinking at the time, largely characterized by…

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Shovels Hit Dirt On The Adamic Society’s “Exit Breath Museum”

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN –  A modest, yet energetic crowd attended last Monday’s groundbreaking ceremony for the Exit Breath Museum, situated on the east side of the city.  It is the first of its kind in the country, capping off a sometimes fraught multi-year planning and zoning process that many in the area have been following with interest. The museum, a commission…

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