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> The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick, nonfiction illustrations by Robert Crumb


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Posted: Apr 27 2006, 09:23 AM
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The following is Robert Crumb's memorial to Philip K. Dick which was done four years after PKD's death in 1982. Text is taken from interviews and recollections by biographers, acquaintences, former wives and PKD's own writings. Crumb is a renown underground comix artist who is best known for his contributions to ZAP! comix back in the '60's. Profound subjects in a deceptively light format.
http://www.philipkdickfans.com/weirdo/weirdo1.htm

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Hi ya Tex yesssssssssssssssssssss wow2.gif I really liked how they put in in comic style too. (I bet he would have thought it was a great tribute to himself.)

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Hiya, Darkraveness! I'm glad someone else sees how weirdly appropriate R. Crumb's memorial was. Without a doubt PKD would approve since his own life was like a page out of ZAP! comix. I've become somewhat absorbed with PKD since a peculiar experience I had a few weeks ago while having a couple of root canals done under the influence of local anesthesia and a light mix of nitrous oxide. When I got out I had a compulsion to get hold of PKD's VALIS and read it. It was not readily available up here in the outer fringes of the Gamma Quadrant, but I did find my copy of "The Gnostic Gospels" by Elaine Pagels and most of the Gnostic texts in "The Other Bible". Pagels' book had been left by a relative several years ago shortly before he took a brief vacation at a mental institution. I had asked him later if he left it by mistake, but he said no, he didn't want it and for me to keep it. Opening it up after brief prior skimming years ago, I began to read it with different eyes. It had sections bracketed in pencil as if my relative had found them significant. I'm sure they had been for him but for me their only significance was that he found them to be so. It crossed my mind that something in there had perhaps contributed to his temporary separation from his particular channel of reality.

The texts themselves, collected in "The Other Bible" had been left with me also by my son shortly before he dropped out of college suddenly and took off for an extended stay in Oregon. He had been taking a comparative theology course, though he was not what most would consider religious in the conventional sense; quite the young materialist actually. There were no underlined passages and I suspected it had not been read much. My wife had read the Book of Enoch from it but stopped in revulsion at the The Secret Book of John, Adam Son of Demons and his salvation, to say nothing of The Hypostasis of the Archons. I, on the other hand had had experiences which she had not and now I began to see a chain of coincidental parallels to PKD's own experiences. It was as if he were whispering to me from beyond the grave by various synchronous signs and recollections to procede down a certain path I had not taken for some time.

Okay, I'm starting to sound like one of those who divines cosmic portents from random cracks in the sidewalk, so I'll stop for now. But Philip K. Dick has been weighed in the Cosmic Scales and been found HEAVY.


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I began to read it with different eyes. It had sections bracketed in pencil as if my relative had found them significant. I'm sure they had been for him but for me their only significance was that he found them to be so. It crossed my mind that something in there had perhaps contributed to his temporary separation from his particular channel of reality.


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On the other hand had,  had experiences which she had not and now I began to see a chain of coincidental parallels to PKD's own experiences. It was as if he were whispering to me from beyond the grave by various synchronous signs and recollections to procede down a certain path I had not taken for some time.


Exactly .
Yes my head was nodding maddly.
I too feel the signs as if I had known but sadly tossed aside. Carelessly ingnoring the signs sigh.gif

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I too feel the signs as if I had known but sadly tossed aside. Carelessly ingnoring the signs sigh.gif

Well, yes, Darkraveness, I had the same thoughts in a disjointed way prior to my experience, but the "Revelation of the Root Canal" was that all the signs along this seemingly unrelated chain of coincidences which formed a meandering meaningless path had, in fact, occurred in precisely the sequence of space and time that they were supposed to. That these were not missed opportunities but rather prerequisite tiles within a vast mosaic that can only be apprehended from a distance in time. A Nazca Line sort of thing. As the point of comprehension draws near, words become progressively less adequate.


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