Case #116: Mooninite Panic
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Case #116: Mooninite Panic

The Boston bomb squad responds to threatening electronic devices


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38: “ today I’m a wizard, a gutter rat.”
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Weird Studies
Weird Studies
Phil Ford and J. F. Martel
Episode 87: Glyphs, Rifts, and Ecstasy: On Arthur Machen's Vision of Art
It would be wrong to describe Arthur Machen's Hieroglyphics: A Note Upon Ecstasy in Literature (1902) as a work of nonfiction, since the book features a narrative frame that is as moody and irreal as the best tales penned by this luminary of weird fiction. But if the eccentric recluse at the centre Hieroglyphics is a fictional philosopher, he is one who, in Phil and JF's opinion, rivals most aesthetic thinkers in the history of philosophy. The significance of this text lies in its willingness to disclose a function of art that few before Machen had dared to touch, namely its capacity to generate ecstasy by confronting us with the mystery that beats the heart of existence. In this episode, your hosts discuss a work which, in their opinion, comes as close to scripture as the nonexistent field of Weird Studies is likely to get. REFERENCES Arthur Machen, Hieroglyphics: A Note Upon Ecstasy in Literature ( Thomas Ligotti, [Songs of a Dead Dreamer]( Weird Studies, Episode 3 on the White People ( J.F. Martel, Reclaiming Art in the Age of Artifice ( Weird Studies, Episode 63 on Colin Wilson’s 'The Occult' ( William Shakespeare, Hamlet ( Indra’s Net, ( philosophical concept James Machin, Weird Fiction in Britain, 1880 – 1939 ( Weird Studies, Episode 5 on Lisa Ruddick's 'When Nothing is Cool' ( Oscar Wilde, [The Soul of Man Under Socialism]( Rudolph Otto, ( German theologian
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