“We believe we are in touch with a greater amount of people… This is the illusion which might cheat us of being in touch deeply with the one breathing next to us.” —Anïas Nin, 1946
In his new book The Cult of the Amateur, British author Andrew Keen argues that the Internet is fatally undermining our culture. But hasn't free market capitalism done that already?
With the Internet in an uproar and the government on high alert, a Facebook event meant to be a joke, took a serious turn. Matty Roberts created the “Storm Area 51” event, which is set to take place on September 20, 2019. As of now, two million people claim that they are going to storm […]
First ever trials on the effects of microdosing LSD set to begin, the differences between British and American MDMA users, an introduction to eroto-psychedelic art, misreporting and confirmation bias in psychedelic research, and more in this week’s update.
We interviewed Gary Lachman to discuss his new book, Dark Star Rising, and explored what Pepe the frog has to do with “hypersigils” and how magic was co-opted for nefarious purposes in the recent US election. Most importantly, Lachman suggests ways to move forward through this new occult battleground.