thelemotta

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thelemotta wrote

Some of them just do not elaborate on the consequences of the limited platformism theory, but the fearsome majority of them are trapped in the Ideology. In such a way that they think, like we talk, be the true repository of Anarchism, talking about much of discipline and unity of praxis (not a bad thing if u do not take yourself to serious).

What led me to think anarchist was precisely non-anarchist philosophers and writers, Thoreau, for instance. What I can not stand is the policing they do, for example in 2013 in a big rally some especifistas begun to command some 'hooligans' (students and anarchopunks) to stop randomizing targets and focusing on show the population the struggle and lalala. Afterwards some people begun to throw rocks in a bus full of passengers demanding people to get off the bus to burn it, then some especifistas showed up to educate the 'hooligan mass'.

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thelemotta wrote

Nowadays I tend to draw my anarchist theoretical view from a mystical / spiritual perspective, i.e. i constantly borrow concepts from Taoism and poetry. Chaos is one of those concepts, can equates to Dao in my view.

amongstclouds did a good job explaining scientific concepts that I find useful when thinking about Chaos and what we can incorporate from there. Psychology, Jung, Reich and others transpersonal psychologists ( I'm a low-speed reader, and the book pile is always growing) can give wonderful insights.

I personally tend to be idealistic and dragged to romanticism for my own good, so sorry for my badtrip about Chaos hahaha.

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thelemotta wrote

I am not practicing occultism in the way I feel necessary, but I have an experience in a Martinist context. I stopped for a period, due to the excess of rituals and exercises that led me to see the emptiness of my practice. After this disappointment, I'm taking a step back and starting over with zazen, oneironautics and yoga.

I also do not have self-discipline :(

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thelemotta wrote

Well, a bit late, I agree with DaisyDisaster good tips, always embrace these practices like meditation and "auto-psychoanalysis" before, Robert Anton Wilson's Prometheus Rising and Cosmic Trigger books will give you insightful perspectives on this matter.

And for the Magic itself I would reccomend Crowleys Book 4: Liber ABA

I like Franz Bardon too, for a begginner like myself a good start, with lots of exercises: Initiation into Hermetics (WARNING, PDF link)

Hermetic library - great content

Good practices!

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thelemotta wrote

Basically, you summarized my principal critique of Platformism and Especifism. I'm diving into all post-left, post-civ and decolonization readings to heal my mind (i have hopes for my recovery).

The debate around morals here really catch my eye, because those anarchists (Plat's and Especifistas) actually believes in an universal proletariat moral.. And this just sounds not right.

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thelemotta wrote

This AI and drone apparatus is going to a point in the future that wars will be played with joystick like those E-Sports streamings. And remind me the idea that Olympics and Worlds Cups and international sports tournaments are supposed to "substitute" wars (in the colonial mentality).