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Utopia and downhill from there

I’ve been reading Paradise Now: The Story of American Utopianism by Chris Jennings. I cracked the spine with the intention of uncovering some backdrop to the recent flood of content about cults. 370 more words

The Inherent Futility of Utopian and Abstract National Projects

SydneyTrads is the web page of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum: an association of young professionals who form part of the Australian independent right (also known as “non-aligned right”).
Memes And Posters

Archive: Essays from University

My time at university consisted largely of the production of short films, but we also had the chance to study specific theory classes alongside our practical work. 1,921 more words



Utopianism – specifically the writing out of a blueprint of a perfect society – has a long and  legendary history in our western civilisation. In many ways it’s unique. 723 more words

The Long War

Worshipping organization in too hard and primitive a sense they threaten to transform the human world into something more like a world of ants. In many respects, therefore, it is dangerous to by-pass history, or imagine that the natural sciences—as though reigning over all—can safely be left to determine our views on human destiny. 1,915 more words

Antique Christianity

About a Boy (film)

Today I’m going to take on a film that is ALMOST canonically poly, but I’ll leave it in poly interpretations because it doesn’t quite go so far. 610 more words


Matthew Stone: Healing With Wounds @ Somerset House

Matthew Stone is an eccentric, not least because he considers himself artist, DJ – and shaman. Yes, the sort that perform outlandish rituals and fill your ears with nonsense chants and heal your wounds with swirling dances. 288 more words