Knowledge as Commodity Disavows Life as Poetry. [WHITE ELEPHANT SALE] – A Novel

Not for the faint of heart. Mature Content.

A work prefaced by the founding document and the first of planned “Shorter Works…” (48 thousand words). A conceptual presentation exploring thematic elements covered in the Common Cause Indictment (cut-ups of original unpublished works and other materials spliced between narrative), where every detail of its composition speaks to its urgency and its message. Includes a picture (not pictured). -Samples of writing style in posts below. It is a free download.

[White Elephant Sale] – A Novel by Joshua David Bloecker

This site is about presenting the reality-defining “war in knowing” in ways not traditionally communicated. The war forms and enforces general cognitive models on behalf of whole societies of people without any notice, giving them the view of the world they adopt for life, without promise anyone anywhere is actually certain of a sound direction to head. This novel is written in a style not considered popular writing, and if you are not familiar with “Avant Gard Writing” it is not recommended. Final edit: 1/28/21 9pm This will be for sale on Kindle after “my guy” somehow figures out how to code it for Kindle, it will become a downloadable printable available from this site after at least two completed works are available. (Same message- if you want to financially support this work, this site, the idea, or just appreciate the novel use the link to donate. Thank you for your time and consideration.

“Forever has it been that all shadows
fall in what seems written an ancient language,
where rituals are performed by mere echoes
of motion sliding steadily across the ground.” -pg 5

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