Joined 13 years ago from Everywhere, USA
Gary Wade McGee (aka Gaz, aka Akoyeh, aka -Z-) is an eco-moral anarcho-fallibilist who practices Self-inflicted philosophy. He is a periphery keeper in a world that doesn't realize that boundaries can be transformed into horizons. He's a contributing writer for Fractal Enlightenment and Waking Times: where Evolution and Revolution Collide, and his first two novels The Looking Glass Man and Birthday Suit of God are available anywhere books are sold.
7 weeks ago
Heyoka is the Lakota equivalent of a sacred clown. They were thunder shamans, representing the mysterious dual-aspect of nature and the cosmos. Their tactics were seemingly foolhardy and ridiculous, but they were revered by their people as powerful and wise.
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