I was recently on Trans-Resistor Radio with Aaron Franz talking about alchenomics and my book Money Grows on the Tree of Knowledge.
What if I should fall right through the center of the Earth and end up on the other side, where everything is upside-down? – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll The news this morning was awash with a story taken from the new biography The Obamas by Jodi Kantor, in which the author...
Here I am on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis on December 30th, talking about the Apocalypse, chaos, and the Eternal Return. Happy New Year everyone!
By Brian Albert and Tracy R. Twyman In both The Sacred and the Profane, as well as his book Cosmos and History: The Myth of the Eternal Return, Mircea Eliade argues that the holy places of cultures throughout the world were built to embody or mimic the archetype of the “primordial mountain” (the axis...
Presenting Nonaggression, a short film by Tracy R. Twyman, featuring Stefan Molyneux of freedomainradio.com.
Original interview with Twyman & Molyneux from October 16th here. Other Sources used:
Prelinger Archives (Government-Sponsored Educational Films):
• The Bully, Centron Productions, 1952
• Why We Respect the Law, Coronet Instructional Films, 1950
• Powers of Congress, Coronet Instructional Films, 1947
• Banks and Credit, Coronet Instructional Films, 1948
• Capitalism, Coronet Instructional Films, 1948
• Behind the Freedom Curtain, Automatic Voting Machine Company, 1957
Fair Use News Clips:
Other Creative Commons Licensed/Public Domain Sources:
• Hans Richer, Inflation, 1928
• Copblock.org, Police Brutality in Savannah, Georgia, March 21, 2011:
• Wikileaks, Collateral Murder, 2010
• British Government Public Information Films, Central Office of Information for Ministry of Education, Charley Junior’s School Days, 1949
• Vangelis, “12 O’Clock,” from Heaven & Hell, 1975, re-issued 1997, Windham Hill Records.
For eons, mankind has known of the existence of portals: dimensional doorways between our world and other realms. Sometimes these portals also form pathways between distant points in space within our own world, or even between different points in time. Also called vortices or gateways, portals are oftentimes closed except for certain people, or...
Michael Shanklin, activist and writer, joins Tracy R. Twyman for a discussion of the philosophy of Voluntaryism.