16
Oct
09

“the process”

process
due process

This was on BoingBoing the other day, and I almost didn’t check it out. A cult? Why would I be interested in a cult? But I saw that there was a Genesis P-orridge/Psychic TV connection, which seemed odd. I suppose it shouldn’t have seemed odd, but I guess I think of cults as being for people with weak, collective-desiring minds and I hadn’t thought of Genesis as the type. There isn’t really a lot of information on the cult itself in the article, but I was surprised to see how many artists I respect are connected to it- Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithful, Lichens, & Jex Thoth. I’m not sure what to make of it, because a hip fringe cult is still a bunch of religious nonsense. I shouldn’t judge, probably.

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