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charles bukowski was a freemason

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Published on 26 Oct 2021 / In Freemasonry

a look at counter culture writer and poet charles bukowski. his portrayal of himselfas a down and out, alcoholic, nobody who starved for his art is belied by the fact that he was born into a prussian freemasonic bloodline.enjoy.
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Terrarium Firma
Terrarium Firma 3 months ago

you are totally right about this.

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Terrarium Firma
Terrarium Firma 3 months ago

haha his second wife was called Linda Bagel

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mikaowx3
mikaowx3 3 months ago (edited)

Have you ever read ancient indian myths and yogic texts? I obviously think ppl misunderstand androgeny in this case. In the indian myths shiva is depicted; in fact you can even see paintings of him, as the moon is hovering above his right and the sun above his left. Symbolizing the two aspects of human nature. We all have male and female behavioural, emotional and thinking patterns since we were born of different sexes. Also our upbringing and the environment is such that we take them both in whether we want it or not. The moon is the symbol for the female right side of intuition, impulsiveness and belief and the left is symbolized by the sun which is the dominant cognitive thinking, rationalizing and organized structuring. The sun emanates light and the moon doesn't have it's own light, it only reflects what the sun "gives her" thus it is sort of a consort and helpful for us humans in case of pitch dark. Energetically the moon is cold since it's light is a reflection and the sun is warm that penetrates clothes and even building material with it's radiation. There are many distinctions between the two. They wrote a lot about the properties I am not going into details here. Consider this, there are people who take texts literally following a material interpretation those ppl are being misled because it is obvious shiva is a mythical person thus the meanings are symbolic or allegorical.

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Username
Username 3 months ago

And what wealthy woman wouldn't jump at the chance to marry a poor, alcoholic poet. Sure it can happen, but twice? Believe his first wife was from Texas, handicapped, and quite wealthy but they never lived together and only communicated by letters. His second wife also came from money and has been referred to as an heiress "to a small Philadelphia Main Line fortune." Meanwhile I found this quote from one of his 60's girlfriends (Liza?) that's interesting: “He’s not like his poetry unfortunately, ever, he’s just, it’s never like that. He doesn’t talk like that. I think the poems are the Hank that really exists somewhere, which he’s afraid to be. But he’s very uncomfortable with any affection, or any peacefulness, he likes tension and — really basically he likes hostility.” But don't all poets?

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