In this interview, Scott Mann and Jack Spirko discuss politics, preparing for disaster, using permaculture to build a better world, and more.
We live in a reality completely inverted from
any known in the historic past. The perverse morphing of the social matrix itself has
intervened to block our path of growth. This leaves one last option — that of opening the wormhole in spiritual space between chakra one and
This story is about a world of calamitous accidents, all of
which could have been avoided. They represent unnecessary loss of
life and the loss of billions of dollars. In the tragedies I describe here, the mistakes and
the lies belonged to the rich and powerful, and none of
the perpetrators went to prison.
The year 2012 coincides with the next predicted solar sunspot maximum. A dramatic increase in cosmic radiation is likely to affect Earth's magnetic fields and the atmosphere of the planet in unpredictable ways. The question is to what extent and how these changes will manifest.
Actor John Cusack referenced Daniel Pinchbeck's book, 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl when asked in an interview about what he personally thought would happen on that fateful year.
The new book A Paradise Built in Hell explores the “redemptive, even utopian” potential of natural and man-made disasters.
Since 2003, an avian influenza virus called H5N1 has been killing large
numbers of poultry – and occasionally people. But while public concern over bird flu has faded in recent years, the risk to humans has increased. A look at the history of pandemic flu can help us understand why the H5N1 virus remains a serious threat to mankind.