Inks are up for the 5 of Disks for the CMG Collaboration deck (a separate project featuring many different artists).
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Ever since I read that it helps to picture your servitor following you around, I thought about the usefulness of augmented reality.
Ideally I would love an app that would show your surroundings in real-time via the phones camera, and overlay a static or animated image of your servitor. In the meantime however… [Read more…]
Finished another tarot card last week. The Fool is based on a chaote named Benjamin and his tinfoil-hat photograph.
The red string on the bulletin board forms a chaos star behind him. The conspiracy elements in the background correspond to the elements of a classical Rider-Waite-Smith Fool: Precipice (flat earth), stick (police baton), bag (Boston bombers), 0 (illuminati eye), the sun (The Sun), flower (marijuana), pup (my pup, R.I.P.)
There were a lot of people who wanted to be The Fool, sorry, much like Highlander: “There can be only one!”
If you want to be in the deck too let me know!
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*Whew* one more card done. Sorry for the wait, I was on vacation for a couple weeks there!
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Here’s a ritual I came up with on the beach for charging sigils. It makes use of a technique called Augmented Unreality, and also has some elements in common with The Gate Trick found here. It’s a mental exercise and symbolic visualization process that combines calm meditation with a series of visceral experiences. This mixing and alternating of inhibitory and excitatory states has been helpful to me and was originally performed in Lake Michigan. [Read more…]
Here’s something I have been doing a while and I made some posts about it elsewhere so I thought maybe it was time to post about it here.
How to place a protective ward on your phone: