At times it feels like we’re making progress in getting the profane community to acknowledge our religio-philosophical perspective, perhaps even agree on the odd point. And at other times – the chasm between mainstreamers’ consensual reality and that of occulture yawns maddeningly. The New York Times seldom discusses the occult so you’d figure any occasion for them to explore said topic would be welcome. Well if ya think so, read this and weep.
Allegedly this story covers a seance… one held by rich young socialites, at the Dakota that spends most of its time ooo-ing and ah-ing over the designer duds the participants sport, their privileged lineages. One might suppose said coverage was done as a favor to a senior NY Times’ editor’s buddies from Le Bernardin. REALITY CHECK!