Symbolism and Truth

we godless anti-metaphysicians still take our fire too, from the flame lit by the thousand-year old faith, the Christian faith which was also Plato’s faith, that God is Truth; that Truth is ‘Divine’ ~ Friedrich Nietzsche What does it mean to say something is true? Truth is one of those words that we can’t quite […]

Saint Christopher

Double inversion of (dog headed giant) St Christopher Orthodox Church (Russian) … Reprobus sought to follow the most powerful, so he followed the king. Reprobus learned that the king feared the devil, so he followed the devil. Reprobus learned that the devil feared Christ, so he followed Christ. … the Christian hermit taught him, if […]

Beyond the Myth of Sisyphus

Albert Camus imagined Sisyphus as happy, pushing his boulder This “hero” accepts his fate and is devoid of hope The perfect absurdist hero What a hopeful chap that Camus; but such hope, he fails his own test Camus can go no further, yet Sisyphus persists Do not ask if he is happy (surely he is […]