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Sunday, July 3, 2022

Update on this blog, and on Maybe Day 2022 (July 23)

Photo by Gabriel Sollmann on Unsplash of Stuttgart's public library. 

1. As I write this, the New Trajectories webring of RAW-related websites that Bobby Campbell is putting together is now up to 15 sites; I think the latest is Dr. Richard Waterloo's Reality Tunnels website.  You can keep up with the progress of the webring using the graphic at the top of the page; when a site is added, the number of sites is automatically updated. Click on it for a listing of sites. See this blog post for background if necessary; July 18 is the deadline for adding your site. An online discussion on the "Tale of the Tribe" was recorded yesterday. 

2. The page listing postings for the Prometheus Rising online discussion group has been updated; there are 88 postings as of today. (I list 87, but as I worked on the list of postings, I discovered that I had two Episode 75 postings; it was too late to fix, so Eric's becomes "Episode 75, part two"). There are various other online discussion groups available, if you are re-reading a particular RAW title and want to compare your impressions; look at the right side of the page for them. You can find groups for Illuminatus!, the Historical Illuminatus trilogy, Email to the Universe, Cosmic Trigger, Coincidance, Masks of the Illuminati,  Quantum Psychology, Vladimir Nabokov's Pale Fire  and Joseph Kerman's The Beethoven Quartets.

3. I got behind on the "Official News" announcement listings at the top right of the website; I've updated with the three most recent announcements and will try to keep it caught up.

4. One of my favorite sections of this site is the Illuminatus! Resources collection of links at the right side of this page; I've added three new links and also double checked the accuracy of the other links (one had to be fixed). There are quite a few pieces listed there, some by others, many by me. This seems to me like a pretty good collection of links. 

5. Keeping up with cataloging for a site with this much material is a never-ending task, and I really can't keep up, but please note the search box at the top left. If you are interested in any particular RAW related topic, try the search box. It's likely you will find something. 


supergee said...

Keep on keeping on. You are doing a great job.

Cleveland Okie (Tom Jackson) said...

Thanks, Supergee! It takes a lot of time, but there are people who seem to read it.