Plutonica.net

Stay Connected

Readers: 259

Followers: 734

Fans: 293

Lovecraft dug Goya, sexy angels, Pagan “Elders”, bullshit and Pastafarian rights,

By | July 16, 2011 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 2 Comments

Saturday Signal on Plutonica.netI know you’ve been asking yourself “What would a teaspoonful of neutron star do to you?” The answer: bad things.

Or you may be asking “Where has Psyche gone?” The answer is: nowhere really. I’ve just been busy. (Sorry.)

As it happens I’m still around, often on Twitter and Facebook, and I recently joined Google+ – which is pretty nifty. I blogged my initial thoughts about G+ over here. (BTW: if you’re intrigued and want an invite let me know and I will hook you up.)

I’ve also been posting reviews on Spiral Nature (see below for the full list of new stuff), and I have a few pieces forthcoming in various occult journals – further details upon publication.

Neat stuff keeps happening, and I want to share it. I don’t know where the time goes.

Here are a few things I’ve found:

As mentioned above, since our last Saturday Signal, our sister site has posted a number of new reviews which may be of interest:

And that’s the signal for this week.

I’ve missed you guys. What’s new with you?

Giftmas shopping

By | December 21, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Comments Off

Shaved Head, Aleister Crowley, OTO Greeting CardsLast year we looked at Mythos themed gifts in “Love that Lovecraft“, this year we’ll see what we can find for that special occultist in your life.

Sure, there’s the usual candles, incense, special rocks and precious metal plates, but what about the unusual?

Cards

The first place to start is, of course, acquiring your own set of OTO Greeting Cards.

This set of six blank cards are suitable for any occasion, and are available from the New Zealand OTO for NZ$20. Cards spotted on LAShTAL.com.

Gifts

AC action figure

Hierax brought this to my attention: a portly, bow-tied Aleister Crowley action figure. So cute.

Not sure where you can pick one up though. They don’t seem to be for sale anywhere. Perhaps eBay?

Baby Cthulhu

Continue reading »

Comments: Comments Off | Trackback

Save & Share: Del.icio.us Digg Facebook Reddit Stumble it! Twitter

Giant temple to Cthulhu proposed for Toronto’s waterfront

By | December 1, 2010 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 4 Comments

Mirko Daneluzzo designWell, kind of.

The excellent blogTO reported on Mirko Daneluzzo’s design for the Canadian Malting Complex on Toronto’s waterfront, and it’s rather unusual (though nowhere near as bad as the ROM Crystal).

Click on the picture to enlarge, or click here for more images.

It’s unlikely to ever make it past the design stage, but it looks really nifty, and, as my husband noted, it looks like “some sort of giant temple to Cthulhu”. Which makes it kind of awesome.