Peedeel’s Blog is a blank brick wall on which to scrawl graffiti.

Peedeel was born long, long, long ago and is still not dead (contrary to popular rumour). He’s a writer, and he writes under so many names that he’s come to doubt his true identity (and gender). He has a great passion for words, for language, and for ideas.

His interests are widespread: politics, philosophy, religion, literature, art – he’s currently enjoying the decline of western Civilisation, and probably helping in that decline with his dissolute behavior. Spiritually he has existed on the “edge” for much of his life, searching for truth in the esoteric (Greek ἐσωτερικός), studying Gnosticism, Hermetism, Magic, Astrology, Theosophy, and Occultism where truth is always hidden in plain sight…or so they say!

He resides in a house on wild moorland, with two younger women, both artists; this wonderful ménage à trois is subject to much village gossip – however, they remain indifferent to the moral frigidity of others, and live together in harmony (most of the time) as a throuple.

He loves a good mystery.

As a youngster he couldn’t eat anything that hadn’t once had a face. Now he’s vegetarian.

His father when alive was a linguist and professional musician; his mother, as a young woman, worked the circus as juggler and acrobat.

He drinks like a fish. A very happy fish.

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10 Responses to “About”

  1. Thanks for your comment on my Finnegans Wake RTR. Glad you enjoyed it. If you need a password for the final part of that review it is: posspots

  2. A vegetarian myself, in hope that something on my page could arouse even a smidgen of interest.

  3. adrian cramp said

    my name is adrian cramp and i saw you blogged one of my poems called sea of release, im honoured,thank you

  4. Pooja said

    Your site is just so beautiful.Thank you so much sharing so much beauty .
    🙂

  5. Mick Corrigan said

    Thank you for posting my Rub Al Khali poem, I’m delighted xxx

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