Luminar Podcast: Michel Houellebecq’s Itch
Taming the KGB accents one more time, Deirdre hosts another Luminar Podcast with Mihai and me:
on the way from David Icke to Michel Houellebecq we chat about consciousness, knowledge, ego, the dark night of the soul, smashing the idol of the self, ambition or lack thereof, what is meaningful work, the willing participation of the people in their own control, comparisons between Communism and the European Union, the rush among the masses towards progressiveness and cutting roots, Croatia, Romania and Ireland, the role of intellectuals, James Joyce’s depiction of the odyssey in modernity and other writers like him, and finally onto Houellebecq’s unscratchable itch.
Listen on Mixcloud:
Kali Tribune on David Icke and Posthumanism – http://en.kalitribune.com/a-posthumanist-next-door-david-icke-as-a-preacher/
David Icke’s recent interview – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Trq6vcUOeQE
The Dark Night of the Soul -A Précis with Commentary -Daniel J. Castellano (Link)
The Demon in Democracy: Totalitarian Temptations in Free Societies by Ryszard Legutko (Link)
2010 WHO Regional Office for Europe – Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe (Link)
Demons (The Possessed) by Fyodor Dostoevsky (Link)
Ulysses by James Joyce (Link)
Foucault’s Pendulum by Umberto Eco (Link)
Atomised (The Elementary Particles) by Michel Houellebecq (Link)
Also The Map and the Territory (Link), Submission (Link) and Serotonin (Link)
Music – Night Owl by Broke For Free – available at FreeMusic Archive under Creative Commons Attribution Liscense (Link)
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This is an interesting new translation of an old Dugin essay, because it seems like he is pointedly trying to deflect criticism from groups like Setians, Typhonians, Dragon Rouge, etc.