Growing up in New York City and spending summers in Montauk mating for my father and his friends I acquired an aversion to tourism. To me there is no sillier a creature than a tourist, Asians with cameras, Europeans in Bermuda shorts and Midwesterners gawking up at skyscrapers. That’s no way to see the world. Fortunately, as Jack Heart I am delegated quests to seek out the secret places of the sublime and bring them to my select group of readers. I have not failed yet and the Cathar Caves at Ornolac in the Ariege region of Southern France were no exception. Together with Orage, Joe and Jon Valentine Lee, I found them, photographed and explored them much to the consternation of the locals. But hell, those caves are more mine than theirs. I fought for them. They hid in them. The Goddess was not about to let them deny me. The Goddess loves the warrior not subterranean cockroaches. Maybe they will learn something from this, Australia’s aborigines certainly didn’t. I will post some links that suddenly appeared after our “initiation” to the caves. The first two both Orage and I object to, particularly the first which in my estimate is pretentious nonsense. But in the interest of inclusivity, I include them. The third is golden. I will post the pictures in chronological order. When I get back to Tennessee, I will crunch the information and write an essay worthy of Her…
Below are two links where you can purchase Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan. I would suggest you buy it in hardcopy, not because I make more, I actually make the most from Amazon E books, but because you will avoid giving Amazon any money. Frankly you should be shooting Amazon employees in the street, Google too.
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