I wanted to give this topic a brief individual spotlight, as there is a lot to write in today’s Daily Eris & I didn’t want it to get lost. In short: this week started memorably with a trinity of prominent Moon-related items in the news, and will end just as memorably with some rather robust astrological aspects.Continue reading
INTRODUCTION TO THE LATEST VERSION: A common question I hear nowadays is, “how did we get here?” By “we,” I largely mean the United States, and by “get here,” I mean the clusterfuck between Trumpism, COVID-19, economic collapse, and so on.Continue reading
Welcome to the “Daily Eris,” a feature that isn’t very daily really; a feature that is your sweet/sour discordian doorway to wider known universe at any particular moment. I’ll be your host, journalist Clark Can’t.
Today is a very…”resonant” day. Let us count down all the resonances, shall we?
Yesterday I watched two lizards having sex on my front porch. It is, I have been told, how other lizards are made.
I’ve researched many heavy topics over the years, and read many unsettling books. But this post concerns both a topic (the tragedy of the early 1970s band Badfinger) and a book (The Transmigration Of Timothy Archer) I actually cried over; and how that topic and book, though in some ways very different, resonated with each other.
“Winds in the east, mist coming in, / Like somethin’ is brewin’ and bout to begin. / Can’t put me finger on what lies in store, / But I fear what’s to happen all happened before.”
–Bert, “Mary Poppins”
OK. So here is a tale of quite uncanny synchronicity I heard a few days ago first-hand:
I’m going to give you a basic “reading” (interpret that as you wish) regarding the current pandemic. It’s what I feel called to do at the moment, so I’m doing it.
We have all these artifacts of history and yet history, to a degree, is an artificial concept. History isn’t tangible. You can point to “documentary” evidence of reality, or something under glass in a museum (or a scar)…but that is something that exists today, in the Now.