magic clothing

Among the bizarre things found on the internet:

Carrie Mae Rose … is in the process of designing clothing that mimics what Rudolf Steiner termed the “etheric body”: basically, the restorative life force that maintains growth and restoration, like the subtle electrical currents which run under the human skin. She hopes the clothing will act therapeutically in cases where one longs for nature or human contact— space travel, extreme urban environments, cases of abuse or neglect, baby incubators.

I wonder what Rudi would say. I always keep thinking he already had all the wondrously crazy ideas, but there is evidently still unused potential. I would attach cowhorns to my magic space suit, though, to better be able to collect cosmic forces. (It just seems to make sense, you know?)

3 thoughts on “magic clothing

  1. Alicia,

    Where do you find all these unbelievable gadgets? On second thought, not quite unbelievable, as I recall a guy in Järna in the 1970ies who made a living from producing underclothing from a sort of peat, claiming they´d protect the bearer from nuclear and harmful cosmic radiation. His business was not too great, as he went bancrupt after a few years. Well, it takes all sorts to make a world!

  2. The site you got that etheric dress stuff is from Brooklyn, like me, so, knowing your excellent taste, Alicia, I couldn’t resist having a look. Look what I found: Sex, Love and Brooklyn: Cum on My Face… Book
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