Hammer of Los wrote:Thanks for the Steiner, Justdrew.
I always liked Steiner, a very impressive thinker. On another forum, I had a quote by him as my sig line; "There is only so much suffering in the world as there is interest in the material and the physical.." and so on.
WiH? I guess I know what that means; the most bizarre and fascinating work I have ever read, and one of the most subtly resonating and disturbing. It was another text I came across early in my internet roaming, in fact. Now I think about it there was another thread on it here, once upon a time. But why the mystery, Justdrew? Can I tell him what the work was? I have it up in another tab. I know I should avoid looking at it. Just walk away. Worse than the Necronomicon, if you want my opinion.
yeah, if you have a link to one of the previous discussions please post it. why the secrecy? I don't know, I don't want it to be a hobby horse I drag out all the time, but there is major relationship of that & W.S.'s The Key (I think).
I don't know if I'd go quite so far as "Worse than the Necronomicon" but it could be dangerous but it at least also offers some useful info as well, while I don't really feel any redeeming stuff would be found in that N. (you mean the mid-late 70s edition cooked up in that occult bookstore right?)