Sean Donahue, on ‘white polytheism’ and the egregore of white identity.
from Sean Donahue: “It comes down to this now: do we believe in the power of our prayers, our spells, our gods?”
From Sean Donahue: “Capitalism simply rations early death to those who can’t afford to live.”
“The people of Oaxaca need our direct solidarity – …. But they also need us to reimagine the world we live in and our relationship to it.” By Sean Donahue.
from Sean Donahue: If the world seems devoid of magic, maybe it is because capitalism keeps us under a neurobiological enchantment that prevents us from sensing the presence and movement of the numinous.
from Sean Donahue There are parts of my family’s history I may never know except through the whispers of ghosts and the traces of story held in my bones.