Category: death

Blackstar Day

Today’s the anniversary of David Bowie’s death. It’s also the third anniversary of me actually finding Bowie through “Blackstar” (and Blackstar). I mean, I’d always dug certain stuff by Bowie, but I was a late bloomer for Bowie. I mean, yeah, Labyrinth, “Under Pressure,” “Life on Mars,” and such I’d liked, but I didn’t deep […] … Continue reading…Blackstar Day

Mirror, Mirror

Metaphor & Worlds So, in Eduardo Kohn’s How Forests Think, he articulates his understanding of the dream logic of the Runa natives he spent time with as an anthropologist. Kohn observes that “Literal communication takes place when one being can entertain the subjective viewpoint of the other.” For “lower” beings to communicate with “higher” beings—or […] … Continue reading…Mirror, Mirror