Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Clarence John Laughlin Says

"My central position, therefore, is one of extreme romanticism -- the concept of reality as being, innately, mystery and magic; the intuitive awareness of the power of the unknown -- which human beings are afraid to realize, and which none of their religious and intellectual systems can really take into account. This romanticism revolves upon the feeling that the world is far stranger than we think; that the reality we think we know is only a small part of a total reality; and that the human imagination is the key to this hidden, and more inclusive, reality. This position is now completely out of fashion."

Thursday, July 20, 2006