Those are my main areas of interest. It may not sound like a whole lot, but you’d honestly be surprised at the kind of mileage you can get out of recombining them and applying them as lenses through which to look at the world.
Hello. I’m Damien Williams, known by many of you as Wolven. Klint did a pretty fantastic job of introducing me, last time, so I’m not going to rehash any of that. What I want to do, right now, is to point you at a few places where you can get a decent sense for the kinds of plans I have for what we’re going to be doing, around here.
First, there is, of course, the Mindful Cyborgs interview I did with Klint.
Then there’s my presentation from Magick.Codes.
My Master’s Thesis.
My article “Fairytales Of Slavery: Societal Distinctions, Technoshamanism, and Nonhuman Personhood.”
And this atemporal conversation between myself and M1K3y, over at the Cosmic Anthropology Podcast.
What I want to be doing here is taking the time to engage in conversations with multiple thinkers about philosophical, religious, political, and occult perspectives on our science fictional present, and posting the audio, video, or transcriptions of either of those. I want to do this with some major frequency, but that requires the time and space to do so.
Which brings me to my next point: A discussion of an overarching framework of where A Future Worth Thinking About and Technoccult are headed. “Protected: Thinking About the Worth of the Future: Logistics.”
To be frank, it’s a money conversation. As I say, there, “I know we’re usually encouraged to not discuss anything as gauche as cash, in Western Society, but since we’re somehow still using a system of psychologically transferred and collectively-agreed-upon value to determine who gets to eat food, I say fuck it. Let’s talk it out.”
So please take a look, there, then tell your friends.
The Technoccult Tumblr is here.
Twitter handles are @Wolven and @Techn0ccult
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And as always, the Patreon is here.
That’s enough, for now. I need to go get back to work on some more substantive posts. See you next time. And thanks.