Terrence McKenna often suggested that nature was conscious and that it continuously strived for complexity. It was really a fundamental concept he had and he eloquently describes it in this clip shot at Mannings Bar in Sydney in March 1997.
Interview with Amir Taaki /ourguy/ from Episode 1250 of the Keiser Report from July 7th, 2018. Amir is an early hero of the bitcoin movement, an anarchist revolutionary, hacktivist, and talented programmer. Taaki created the first full reimplementation of the…
What is Scientology? I’m not a proponent of L. Ron Hubbard or the CoS, but there is no denying he was an interesting character and had studied the occult and esoteric ideas.
Alan Watts explains the story of the Chinese Farmer. Everything happens for a reason, even if the reason is not easily understood initially.
Hacking reality is something Terrence Mckenna spoke fondly of, almost always through the use of insights gleaned from psychedelic plants. In this excerpt from two separate lectures he discusses the idea of reality, the dire predicament our planet is in, and more.
Original HD version here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4k8pdJ2so4 Graham Hancock has often described the human race as a species with amnesia. In this lecture he invites us to not only re-consider our past but also to re-evaluate our present.
I’ve taken the best parts of Alan Watts lecture on “Zen Bones and Tales” and mashed it with The Tree of Life CGI animation by WellcomeTrust. The six-minute Tree of Life video famously appeared on the BBC One programme ‘Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life’ narrated by David Attenborough.
Grant Morrison is a Scottish comic book writer and artist, best-known for his nonlinear narratives and counter-cultural leanings. This is the entirety of Grant’s legendary disinfocon lecture about sigil magick, psychedelics, comics, the occult, money and other great topics.
Aleister Crowley – The Wickedest Man In the World was originally broadcast as part of BBC4’s ‘Masters of Darkness’ on February 19, 2002.