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[The Neoist Path]
by Pete Horobin, August 1982
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The principal player does not think about art for twenty-four hours.
The principal player does not eat for twenty-four hours.
The principal player makes a pot of tea in the traditional manner.
A sufficient amount of water for the personas present is heated in
a kettle. Just before this water boils some is poured into a tea pot and
swirled around its interior. Thereby heating the tea pot. This water is
emptied out. A teaspoon full of tea leaves per person plus one for the pot
is put into the hot tea pot.The lid is put on the tea pot. The tea pot
is allowed to stand for five minutes. For the tea to fuse. It is then
served to the persons present. With milk and sugar if preferred. Timing
The principal player does not sleep for twenty-four hours.
The principal player does not communicate for twenty-four hours.
The principal player cuts his finger nails and toe nails. The
clippings are put into a suitable receptacle. Later during this day
the persons present take their nail clippings to a mutually agreed site.
Possible the site of the Neofire. These clippings are scattered onto
The principal player sifts the ashes of the dead Neofire. Taking out
the lumps of charcoal. The fire ash is put into a container. Samples
from this container are put into plastic bags which are sealed.
Labelled. Stamped. Dated. And mailed to known Neoist sympathizers.
From Istvan Kantor's Neoist Book, Neoist Embassy,