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She Filled my Ears with So Much Yes

She danced into my life dream This sweet home coming queen Liquid love flowing from inside She massaged my heart soon after I arrived Through her eyes shines her beautiful soul Bold and fearless she goes with the flow I always complicate matters With my drawn-out chatter Patient with my nervous headiness She smiles with … Continue reading She Filled my Ears with So Much Yes

Permaculture Goddess Temples Poem

As I worried about whether catastrophic Earth changes be near Through visions she showed me how I can dissolve my fears By building Permaculture goddess temples to last thousands of years Some may be shaken to rubble, some burned, and some submerged But not all would be lost if they were globally dispersed Malta still … Continue reading Permaculture Goddess Temples Poem

How to Love Like a God

Why Get Off When You Can Stay On and Get High? Everyday we wake up with renewed sexual energy, and we’re driven by the need to do something with it. What does it want to do? It wants to connect with other consenting age-appropriate human beings in as free, open, loving, and wild a way … Continue reading How to Love Like a God

Tantra Punk Turns Fighters Into Lovers

Tantra as Punk The universe itself was danced into existence. According to tantric cosmogony, Shiva (masculine energy) and Shakti (feminine energy) combined to create a balance of matter and spirit. We’re the living manifestation of that balance, though in this profaned world age know as the Kali Yuga, the balance has been lost and social … Continue reading Tantra Punk Turns Fighters Into Lovers

Punk and BDSM as Cultural Scabs

I live to smash patriarchy from the bedroom to the boardroom by teaching men and women the anthropological history and prehistory of human domination. For 99% of our species’ existence we lived in nomadic egalitarian hunting/gathering bands. Without being settled, controlling territory/property and without producing male controlled productive surplus, we shared power equally. However approximately … Continue reading Punk and BDSM as Cultural Scabs

The Interdimensional Ecology of Hyperspace

some beings perceive and treat us the way western society perceives and treats livestock some beings conduct painful experiments on us the way vivisectors do to lab animals some of them are intrigued by us, welcome us as lost travelers, and act as guides into other realms many of them love us and want to … Continue reading The Interdimensional Ecology of Hyperspace

Sacred Sexuality, Divinity, and Shamanism

For hundreds of thousands of years, sacred practices were developed by traditional cultures to connect people to each other, the earth, the sky, the spirit world, etc. in a way that gave them a sense of place in the cosmos. If something is deemed sacred it’s treated with respect, it’s engaged in ritualistically, and it’s … Continue reading Sacred Sexuality, Divinity, and Shamanism

The Divine Goddess Created Our Species to be Homo Sexydelicus

In hyperspace all of my intellectual understandings of the feminine divine gush out of my normally linguistically confined cortex and flood my body as I dance naked to psytrance music at a thunderous volume. All that tantric theory comes alive and I become the sacred dance of Shiva and Shakti. The god/goddess energies flow through … Continue reading The Divine Goddess Created Our Species to be Homo Sexydelicus

Permaculture and the Future of Punk

I was 18 in 1998 when I went to Sasha Scatter’s permaculture workshop at the Spurkraft diy/punk warehouse in Portland, Oregon. I was deeply moved by his thorough and heart-felt words. I remember he spoke about how the industrial agricultural system grows our food in nutrient depleted soil, how by laying down cardboard, dead leaves, … Continue reading Permaculture and the Future of Punk