Most creative minds are familiar with this duality. You have an inspired vision of a wonderful project, you start enthusiastically working on it. Time goes by, you get a block how to translate your idea into something concrete, you run into practical issues, you lose your stamina, and before you know it, your mind wanders … Continue reading The Creative Restlessness and Discipline.
Most people who follow this blog know about my inclination towards research procrastination. I've recently published an essay called "The All is an Egg" in which I tried to develop a blueprint that would unify all the fields of human knowledge and skills. The fundamental principle behind all this is relatively simple and is derived of … Continue reading Suddenly 200 pages became 500 pages.
For me it is self-evident that every author is interested in literary criticism. I rely by myself on critics to sieve through the tsunami of literature that nowadays is released upon us by Amazon. Most of them are doing a great job and last year in May I’ve dedicated already a post that dealt with … Continue reading Reviewers and Pretenders.
In this post I would like to explore the complex relations between literature and economics. I’m holding the conviction that those who’re mainly financially motivated or search to reach higher social status through a literary activity, are approaching this field with a wrong mindset. If you want to become rich or famous by writing … Continue reading Money and Literature.
Although I’m almost religious about posting once a week some post of about 500 words on my blog, lately I’ve been so busy that I willfully neglected this self-imposed deadline. What happened? Covid 19. Suddenly I had so much time to write I didn’t have no time to do anything more. Weird. As a novelist … Continue reading Research Procrastination, Time and Books.
The forces shaping our future are not inevitable in the sense that they are ‘preordained’ or irrefutable. Rather, they are inevitable because: They’re already happening, have been ‘happening’ for more than thirty years, and will keep happening;They are fundamentally driven by the underlying dynamics of technology itself, determined by mathematics and physics. While Kelly in … Continue reading What’s on US?
The Newtonian space and time collapsed in 1905 when Albert Einstein, at the age of twenty-six, published four groundbreaking papers: On the Photoelectric Effect; Brownian Motion; The Special Relativity, and The Equivalence of Mass and Energy. The new concept is that all objects are moving vibrations in the space-time continuum. The quantum physician Heisenberg introduced … Continue reading About Cryptomathematics.
The main purpose of this novel is to entertain the reader with a historical fantasy: a spellbinding epic tale of ambition, anarchy and absolute power, set against the canvas of North America, Europe and Asia during World War 1 and the ensuing great depression.
When you google this sentence, you encounter all kinds of advice about avoiding suicide, how to become successful or more detached from the rat race. That’s not what I don’t know anymore. So what don’t I know anymore? Here I would like to scream; EVERYTHING! I used to write an essay of about 180 pages … Continue reading I don’t know it anymore.
Dragons are mythological creatures, both good and evil. Colossal beasts, they are symbols of immense power. Western symbolism emphasizes the negative side of their power and energy; the dragon-foe became synonymous with Satan and has come to symbolize evil. In western literature dragons symbolize intense passion and represent the battle knights must fight against immorality. … Continue reading Is the Great Green Dragon a powerful metaphysical creature or a secret cabal of people?
One of the most primitive innate needs of humans is to understand the world around us, and then share that understanding. Both science and art are human attempts to understand and describe the world around us. The subjects and methods have different traditions, and the intended audiences are different, but I think the motivations and … Continue reading Science = Art
On June 16, 1914, journalist Alec Bannon and his young wife Millie Bloom, a photographer, meet at the Museum of Natural Science of New York an Inuit called Piugaattoq (also known as Minik Wallace) who's father's bones are on display over there. Minik hires the services of a Chinese tong and a Voodoo priest to … Continue reading The Beginning (The Maharajagar Book: 1)
The second meta-theme that is interwoven in the tale of the Maharajagar is synchronicity. Synchronicity is a widely misunderstood phenomenon and a very often abused term to describe a one time lucky coincidence or event. Karl Jung defined synchronicity as following; "A meaningful coincidence of two or more events where something other than the probability of … Continue reading Synchronicity in my writing
The Cryptomathematical Psychogram The only mathematical model that worked for the human psyche was of a seven dimensional nature, based upon Geometric Psychology, a concept developed and published by an Australian surveyor named B.W. Betts in 1887. Here follows a model a two dimensional representation of seven dimensional personality structure; It is established that all relevant personality … Continue reading The Cryptomathematic Psychogram
The quest for the Maharajagar, a Hindu portmanteau made out of the Hindu words Mahaan (great) - Hare (green) and ajagar (dragon), started on May 16, 1914. This quest was on multiple levels influenced by cryptomathematic principles, but to understand those, it could be useful to give a some background how this new approach … Continue reading Cryptomathematica
Thanks for joining me in the quest for the Great Green Dragon. A cloud of mysteries surrounds the existence and whereabouts of the Great Green Dragon. The Asiatic cultures added even more confusion to this theme by creating ambiguity about its name by referring to it as the Azure Dragon or Blue-green Dragon of the … Continue reading The Journey Begins