Articles by James Curcio



As we have seen time and time again, one of the challenges of modern myths is their relative invisibility. It is the outsiders of any age, those who are alien to their…



From Modern Mythology: “Breathe in, hold in, breathe out, old, focus on purifying the mind and body with white light” — how many of you have heard this before? (Quite possibly while…


From Gonzomentary: In a world where the government controlled the minds of their citizens by injecting fluoride in the water supply, Elijah Wormwood discovers that it might not be the fluoride, but…






An article about personal experience with Santa Muerte from Modern Mythology by M.G, “Popular in Mexico, and sometimes linked to the illicit drug trade, the skeleton saint known as La Santa Muerte in…




In his words:  To me the most personal creation is the most universal. Simply writing words is not enough. Books are a way culture preserves its history, but often times books used…




From Modern Mythology:

Though potentially alarmist, this documentary points to a process that really started with the advent of the american education system as a part of the rise of industry. Our modern school system, though it has been vastly successful compared to many earlier systems as bad as it is, is indeed based on the whistle-blowing, mechanized and behaviorist perspective of humanity that was popular in the 1920s-50s.

Instead of changing with the times in terms of making kids into machines, and to produce “good workers,” we might consider trying to help create human beings. Because of all the school shootings, in many ways now we are facing a PKD style “thought police” No Tolerance rule toward what someone might do. How does this lack of trust effect the people within the system?






From Modern Mythology: Much has been written about this event, and hopefully some of you made it out. Negativland, SRL (survival research labs), Lydia Lunch, Transhumanism– much, so much more It was…



What caused the face eaters? This video seeks to explore this question.

“The guy was, like, tearing him to pieces with his mouth, so I told him, ‘Get off!'” Vega told Miami television station WSVN. “The guy just kept eating the other guy away, like, ripping his skin.”

Vega flagged down a Miami police officer, who he said repeatedly ordered the attacker to get off the victim. The attacker just picked his head up and growled at the officer, Vega said.