“It is no measure of mental health
to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”
Dr Lasha Darkmoon (b.1978) is an anglo-American ex-academic with higher degrees in Classics whose political articles have been translated into several languages. Most of these can be found at The Occidental Observer and The TruthSeeker, but others on a variety of different topics—such as philosophy, religion, art and poetry—will be found here. This website, darkmoon.me, which is named after Lasha Darkmoon but is owned and edited entirely by her cousin John Scott Montecristo, is now within the top 1 percent of websites in the world according to the Alexa ranking system.
Because of her radical political ideas in regard to 9-11 and the role played by organized Jewry in international affairs—ideas that would alienate her friends and family and make them ostracize her—Lasha Darkmoon is forced to conceal her true identity at the present time under a pen name.
The need for the strictest anonymity makes it impossible for Lasha Darkmoon to reveal her home address or telephone number to anyone; nor to accept the numerous invitations she has received to appear on people’s radio programs, to give talks and interviews, or to enter into audiovisual communication with anyone. She remains a strictly reclusive and private person whose only contact with strangers, for the foreseeable future, must be through the written word.
Indian mysticism remains Lasha Darkmoon’s chief influence. Though echoes of her favorite poets—Blake, Keats, Baudelaire, Yeats, and TS Eliot—may sometimes be heard in her verse, Darkmoon’s work is marked above all by a lush exoticism and otherworldliness.
More about Lasha Darkmoon’s work can be learned by clicking on the following links:
— Lasha Darkmoon’s Poems
Some of these have been made into YouTube videos, including:
In Memory of Rachel Corrie (3.25 mins.) and Magic Kingdom (3.33 mins.)
— Lasha Darkmoon’s Poetry Translations, mostly from French
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— John Scott Montecristo, Editor