Originally published on Homestead.org Not that long ago, I thought I had it all. A cushy well-paid job making awesome innovative musical gadgets. I drove a German convertible. I ate out a lot. Sushi at least a few times a week. A nice condo. Life was all music, video-games, Netflix and chill, but deep in… Continue reading Why I gave up on Silicon Valley and Started a Goat Farm.
https://youtu.be/zUw_TXmn5aI Perhaps the answer to the science fiction questions of Artificial Intelligence – whether it will at some point, become self-aware and ultimately destroy and dispose of us – and the proper response to the rampantly accelerating implementation of automated machines which are overtaking formerly human-held tasks, jobs, and occupations; is to be found by… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence’s Christ Parallel
Hello world! In our second official Call To Inaction – our term for a concerted, repeating avoidance of a product, service, or activity – we are addressing a realm that will require much attention in the coming month’s posts: the Internet. In 2016, hardly any of us actually stop and take time out of our day… Continue reading Call To Inaction #2
Hello! Lots of people have asked us how to participate in Unism. Besides incorporating our philosophies into your daily life, such as accepting the fundamental rights and humanity of yourself and everyone you love, hate, or couldn’t care about; and acknowledging and understanding the limitations that our current ideologies (and therefore societies) suffer from,… Continue reading A Call To Inaction
The first commercially available electronic music synthesizers were made in the late 1950s and were popularized in mainstream music use by the 1970s. The sound of the 80s essentially is just the synthesizer. Since then, electronically-generated sounds have been used to invent many genres of music as well as invaded those genres previously dominated by… Continue reading Psychological and Spiritual Consequences of Synthesized vs. Analogue Music
The left/right paradigm is the Overton window of the world. Almost everyone limits their thinking of politics to that of the left and the right. The ‘Political Compass’ has emerged in the past two decades as a popular way by which people identify their political position, usually by taking a rudimentary test online. This compass… Continue reading The Political Compass is Worse Than Useless
Opportunities for the Parallel Economy If anything has become clear over the last few years it is that certain points of view have become censored, banished, and wiped from our society and our online sphere. While the woke crowd can be as extreme as it wants, without any fear of reprisal, God-fearing Americans have been… Continue reading The State of Meat.
Guest Sunday Post by IP FREELY: A self-described, “Unist apostle spreading Agape Love in the city of Neo Gomorrah” “Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them… Continue reading 2 Corinthians 1:3-4
Guest Post: Sterling Latimer from the ARA (Active Research Archive project) My name is Sterling Latimer of the Active Research Archive project. The A.R.A. is an effort to preserve esoteric knowledge and world history. This archive is actually a reincarnation of an earlier project from my youth, over a decade ago. Back then a terabyte… Continue reading Active Research Archive Project
What is this “System”? Guest Post by IP FREELY: A self-described, “Unist apostle spreading Agape Love in the city of Neo Gomorrah” The first in a series of essays exploring what is the System, the failures of trying to ‘hack’ it, and how we can find hope in the Holy Ghost. “I THREW IT ON… Continue reading The System, The Soul. Part 1.
Since Covid is all Both Parties ever talk about. Let’s Talk. . . TLDR: Both Political Parties want you to consume so much, you get high blood-pressure, and need Big Pharma to normalize it. Then a 2nd drug to control “the shakes” and “memory-loss” you got from the first one. . . Gather round children,… Continue reading Merry Christmas to you too?
Jesse Dustin has written a powerful tale of exodus, fatherhood, growth and redemption, through the intergenerational exploration of Technocracy vs Tradition, and its effects on the family unit. “Translated” from an archaic text recovered long ago, this document/novel explores the pains and fears of both existing within, and escaping from, the Industrial world – in… Continue reading ❍︎ The History of Nicolas & the Oracle of Knowledge || Book Trailer ❍︎
Pretty please? No really, hear me out. . . Disclaimer: This article was written in haste, as it contains current events, but it was also written as an example of: How you too can Channel Emotional Energy into something Positive. As much as I hate adding to the never ending “echo chamber” and train wreck… Continue reading Channel that Emotional Energy into something Positive.
Lazy-ness, mixed-in with some really good-intentions . . . Disclaimer: Just in case it is not obvious, this article is partly tongue-in-cheek, partly a piece of utter-pure-reality. It is up to the reader to decide which is which. Environmental-ism, Conservation-ism, Left-ism is often a cancer of lazy-ness, mixed-in with some really good-intentions. I think this… Continue reading The Cancers of Modern-isms
Chatting with a 91 year old… The hard part in life is finding something that you enjoy doing, and that gives you the income to keep doing it. It seems to hold true that if you love what you do, you’ll never have to work a day in your life. You could also do a… Continue reading Searching For That Best Time of Life
How Technology Eventually Broke My Heart… When I was a young man my parents bought an Apple IIGS computer, one of the first personal computers to reach the masses. This thing was state of the art at the time, you could print giant 10-foot long banners on your dot-matrix printer, create holiday cards, write stories,… Continue reading Technology lovers unite!
And why no one wants to work. It pains me to write this stuff, because I used to be such a fan of Capitalism. I was the poster boy of this stuff; I went to Engineering school, I worked in an R&D office in Silicon-Valley, I have read Hayek & Rothbard & Atlas Shrugged more… Continue reading The hyper-capitalism of the left.
I was witnessing the multinational realization and macro-reckoning of The Death of Europe. But it’s okay.… Continue reading Voluntary Self-Erasure
Over on YouTube, the “Industrial Society and its Future” Summary video we made is one of our most popular videos – but so much has changed in the past year (2020) – where do things stand now? User Thundy wrote us this incredible comment on Monday, November 23rd, 10:13 PM (PST), and it deserves our… Continue reading A Viewer’s View: ISAIF in 2020