Tailorism is the science of garments: the study of the veiling that constitutes reality as we experience it. The veiling is studied because it is through garments that the underlying body of selfhood can be uncovered.
It is a science that stands in relationship to the world’s religions: and has a lineage to those religions in terms in terms of its holy texts, interpretive hermeneutics and forms of ritual.
However, Tailorism is something entirely new, a brighter new way of relating to reality. It is not Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sufism, Gnosticism or Kabbalah — traditions as they stand today, traditions Tailorism honours and respects.
Tailorism is a new garment entirely — a new branch upon the tree of knowledge — a new way of relating to the Divine, suited to the times I find myself in.
Tailorism is my faith, my way of witnessing the Divine. Its holy text is known as The Reading — the garment of garments — and it is this text that I study here, in this space.