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Alejandro Jodorowsky needs no introduction. What was the first book that you remember reading by yourself? Well, I started to read when I was five years old. I read a collection of classics for children. Shakespeare for Children — something like that. It was an idea of my life: I read everything, because I was in a little town. I was white, and my father was a Jew hiding as a Russian. But I knew what I was. The children there were Chilean, with dark skin. I had no friends.
And there was a library in this little town, because all kinds of people from different countries came there. English people came to the factory of electricity and they made a library — an esoteric library, a Masonic library. And then I started to read Masonic books. At seven years old! I found everything, no? This was in Tocopilla? They had a Masonic library? So in this little town in Chile, you were reading books containing secrets of the universe and mysteries?
And also I read books that they published in the United States, before there were comics. And I also read a book about the Tarot. And your father was a Stalinist? Yes, a communist, a Stalinist. Did he have any books by Lenin and Stalin in the house? They wrote a lot. No, he was a businessman. But he opened an account for me in the communist library. I could go there to take any books I wanted. Whenever I read your books or comics or watch your movies, I see a collision of radically contrasting elements similar to what you are describing in your childhood experiences with books.
In all your work, it seems that you like to mix disparate elements together, almost aggressively. I will tell you why. Now we are in the 21st century, but from the beginning of human culture man has imitated things.
In the beginning man imitated agriculture, no? When he buried a body, he put a seed in the mouth to make a tree. And then he started to keep animals, and he started to make a totem of animals. The totem of animals is still with us today: Russia is a bear, the United States is an eagle, Mexico is a serpent with feathers. Later, man started to imitate the movement of the moon, and of the sun. The king is the sun, but sometimes the king is the moon, and in some kingdoms they would kill them because the moon disappeared — this was an imitation of the movement.