Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture (PDF)


  • Paperback
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  • Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture
  • Arthur Evans
  • English
  • 12 January 2020
  • 9780915480012

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    Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture (PDF) Less witchy than the title implies this is of an effort to construct a distinctly ueer counterhistory that prioritizes the marginalized the clandestine the feminine the non Christian and often the non Western and demonstrates how all of these groups are often than not deeply interconnected Today some of the methodology and conclusions might c

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    read Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture Arthur Evans Î 3 characters Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture (PDF) Overall the book was a fascinating breakdown of how the systematic oppression of gay religious culture was used by

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    Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture (PDF) Arthur Evans Î 3 characters read Í eBook or Kindle ePUB Î Arthur Evans ok this is really dated but i think there are some really interesting points to this ie given this came out decades before Caliban and the Witch but seems to be a little less inflexible about gender roles although like it's not like Evans don't have some weird hangups with accepting cultural differences but i digress Buy a copy from LBC if yo

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    Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture (PDF) This review is rambling and a bit angry but I'm not re writing it againThis was a very depressing read and reminded me of Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States This is a history of the development of human society tol

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    Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture (PDF) For a book that has been receiving a fair amount of hype lately I was a little disappointed A majority of the book gives historical examples of the oppression of ueer individuals at least what today we would most likely call ueer and how their sexuality was a challenge to the State and Capital Similar to Against His Story Against Leviathan Arthur Evans traces these pockets of resistance and their eventual defeat abolition or rec

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    read Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture (PDF) read Í eBook or Kindle ePUB Î Arthur Evans This is one of those seminal books no pun intended that marks original research into a topic that just wasn't on anyone's radar before it appeared Brilliant history and insight provoking commentary on the ways in which Gay men were

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Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB read Í eBook or Kindle ePUB Î Arthur Evans read Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture This controversial work published in 1978 by Fag Rag Press investigates the historical relationship between homosexuality and paganism with a focus on. ok this is really dated but i think there are some really interesting points to this ie given this came out decades before Caliban and the Witch but seems to be a little less inflexible about gender roles although like it s not like Evans don t have some weird hangups with accepting cultural differences but i digress Buy a copy from LBC if you can afford it or get a pdf because this is interesting given the continued influence even if it isn t exactly groundbreaking Tod an der Place de la Bastille relationship between homosexuality and paganism with a focus on. ok this is Bacon's Eye: Works on Paper Attributed to Francis Bacon from the Barry Joule Archive really dated but i think there are some Francis Bacon Important Paintings from the Estate really interesting points to this ie given this came out decades before Caliban and the Witch but seems to be a little less inflexible about gender Bracebridge Hall roles although like it s not like Evans don t have some weird hangups with accepting cultural differences but i digress Buy a copy from LBC if you can afford it or get a pdf because this is interesting given the continued influence even if it isn t exactly groundbreaking

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Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB read Í eBook or Kindle ePUB Î Arthur Evans read Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture Old Europe and the persecution of pagans by Christians during the early formation of the Christian religion It compares this history with present day L. This review is rambling and a bit angry but I m not re writing it againThis was a very depressing read and reminded me of Howard Zinn s A People s History of the United States This is a history of the development of human society told from the point of view of the wiped out native cultures pagans witches and homosexuals As a gay man I ve often been alienated from the domesticated bourgeois homosexuality of modern society This stems from both the suffocating force of HIVAIDS which has haunted gay sexuality for decades and made sex a rendezvous with Thanatos and the emergence of corporate pride and our desperate seeking of respect and inclusion from a society that hates us This book is a call for the stark rejection of thatPaternalistic societies became increasingly militaristic and everything that follows In his chapter on Rome it s easy to see parallels to today the military consumes most of the resources dictates what leaders can do enforces a cult of discipline throughout society and creates a top heavy strangulation of local life entirely out of touch with the needs of the people Christianity came to dominate Ascetic religion became an opiate for the pain enabling people to stifle their real needs and feelings and thus avoid the suffering of constant frustration The government was well disposed to ascetic religion because it kept people uiet and obedient He goes on to make a fairly compelling argument for how this set the stage for the later Industrial RevolutionThis is uite an eye opening account of the history of Christianity we never hear about particularly the early sects of Christianity Evans goes into detail about the Cathars for example who engaged in orgies and homosexuality rejected marriage and held a downright antinatalist view toward bringing new life into the world Others such as the Gnostics are covered tooHomosexuality aside Evans talks about the persecution of women the erasure of maternal societies and abortion The idea of witches engaging in child murder and molestation in underground caves and tunnels is also mentioned If that sounds familiar it s because during the McMartin pre school trial during the Satanic Panic people were convinced child molestation was occurring in vast tunnels underneath the school anon fools still think it s happening today Well Jeffrey Epstein and his elite billionaire pals are an exception I ve no doubt they re all goat head wearing psychopaths Class is a recurring theme here the powerful urban elites adopting ascetic Christianity while the rural poor cling to their pagan waysChristianity is a history of repression hierarchy and alienation from nature and one s own body and sexuality Evans even touches on things like long hair on men and hallucinogenic drugs This self denial is so common and totalitarian in our lives we don t even see it by comparison to societies that had nature based religionsEvans chapter on America is great He notes how the settlers coming to America arrived with no respect for nature left in them paganism having died out long before in Europe and so they saw the country as a capitalist enterprise from the start That s likely a clue as to why there s no class consciousness in America and the poor see themselves as temporarily embarrassed millionaires and are punitive to those poorer than themselves This is ironic considering the average person is infinitely closer to the homeless man on the curb than the corporate titan raping children in a tunnel The United States government was formed to protect the rich against the poor and wage war destroying native cultures imposing paternalism and extracting resources At home the tentacles of the military industrial complex are embedded throughout American society and create a militarized atmosphere that suffocates the appreciation for nature creation of art and enjoyment of sexOne of the most depressing aspects was how much worse things are in several respects than they were 40 years ago when this was written He mentions the Vietnam War as the longest running American war and of course we ve been in Afghanistan even longer and are dropping bombs on the heads of people in countries Americans have never heard of daily Once Obama was elected the anti war movement dissipated like frost in the morning sun and then Trump was elected and liberals lost their minds over Russia for three years at the expense of real concerns of people who are increasingly unable to afford children and are taking their own lives in increasing numbers Then after Putin Fever blew up in their faces liberals have embraced the neo conservative ghoul architects of the Ira War and the Intel community which helped bring us Trump in the first place It s all a depressing daisy chain clusterf without the sex Evans ends the book with a passionate call for a return to inclusive tribal collectives a return to nature and magic and sex without shame It s all rather sad and naive in light of the dark tunnel society is headed downBesides feeling a bit outdated some conclusions Evan s reaches feel a little far fetched especially in etymology for exampleArthur Evans died in 2011 I can only imagine he watched as his predictions of gay domestication came true You ll be accepted if you re a bourgeois striver and emulate middle class values we ll turn a blind eye to what you do in your own bedroom even though we still despise you and make a joke of you behind your back My uote The whole industrial system is like one great night of the living dead where the entire populace has been reduced emotionally to the level of zombies It has deadened us to our environment deprived us of art sterilized our animal nature robbed us of the skills of survival degraded our labor and leisure and decimated our sexual lives And so it has made us like the living dead dead to nature dead to each other dead to ourselves Tödliche Wahrheit Kelltin 2 religion It compares this history with present day L. 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