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Hippy Dreams & Nazi Nightmares, Barefoot Anthropologists and Little Furry Animals

November 15th, 2011

I have been researching on and off the influence of the Life-reform movements that arose in Germany in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and recently gave a short talk on this for the Brighton White Nights event and a longer one for OBOD’s Samhain camp. I’ve been meaning to write it up, but haven’t had the time. Meanwhile the ‘Barefoot Anthropologist’ has managed to write a blog post about it, which interestingly links the subject to the ‘Occupy Everywhere’ movement. You can read it here:

Little Furry Animals: Good Intent beyond Big Solutions

2 Responses to “Hippy Dreams & Nazi Nightmares, Barefoot Anthropologists and Little Furry Animals”

  1. While this seems a realy good idea , trying to get society to change to be more understanding and tolerant seems a insermountable task. Perhaps this is where majick plays a part ?

  2. This is a simple yet astute observation — and quite hard to pull off! Still, I am heartened by the current “Occupy” movements that it is not too late to become actively awakened.

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