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Jason Louv

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Jason Louv is the author of eight books, including John Dee and the Empire of Angels, Generation Hex, and Thee Psychick Bible. As a journalist, he has covered surveillance, international trade and the dark side of technology for VICE News, Boing Boing, Motherboard and many more. As a futurist and strategist, Jason has worked on Buzz Aldrin’s international campaign to colonize Mars, Google's artificial intelligence program, and in many more strange and wonderful places. He lives in Los Angeles. More at: jlouv.com ...more

Was Barbara Bush Really Aleister Crowley's Daughter?

Was Barbara Bush Really Aleister Crowley's Daughter?

Barbara Bush died today at the age of 92, of undisclosed causes, after an alleged battle with pumonary heart disease and congestive heart failure. Wherever one falls on the political spectrum, this is a sad moment for the Bush family, and a moment in which America loses part of its living history.


Over the next few days, I suspect that an old meme is about to show up back in the media spin cycle: T

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Enochian Vision Magick: A P...

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John Dee and the Empire of ...

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Monsanto vs. the World: The...

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Queen Valentine

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Ultraculture Journal One

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The Apocalypse is Cancelled

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“My observation of the Universe convinces me that there are beings of intelligence and power of a far higher quality than anything we can conceive of as human; that they are not necessarily based on the cerebral and nervous structures that we know; and that the one and only chance for mankind to advance as a whole is for individuals to make contact with such Beings.”
Jason Louv, The Angelic Reformation: John Dee, Enochian Magick & the Occult Roots of Empire

“We are weighted with the outmoded dreams of dead men and dead systems, walking-corpse institutions and undead, blood-sucking ideologies long past their expiration date which yet haunt the planet, entrapping the joy of the living within the dead ribcage walls of their rotting, false order, and which direly need a stake through the heart simply because they are no longer relevant.”
Jason Louv, Hyperworlds, Underworlds

“The image of the “self-destructive artist” is a culturally implanted kill switch. Ignore it. Imagination is a weapon; you have been indoctrinated with these images so that if you discover the weapon, you will use it on yourself and save them the trouble.”
Jason Louv, Hyperworlds, Underworlds




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