A review of Eyal Weizman's book, The Least of All Possible Evils. Here I explore the questions of how to structure Terranism ethically.
A review of Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene, by Donna Haraway. In many ways a companion to The Mushroom at the End of the World, this book provides several models of how to practice "sympoiesis."
Just as the Atlanteans should have left water in the ground, so we must leave fossil fuels in the ground.
A review of Gregory Gronbacher's article from the Spiritual Naturalist Society.
A review of E.F. Schumacher's economics classic, Small is Beautiful.
A movie review of the beautiful Studio Ghibli film, When Marnie Was There. This film is a excellent example of the Terranic doctrine of ghosts.
Miracle on 34th Street is a fantastic display of the power of myth. Terranism recognizes Santa Claus as an important myth. Merry Xmas!
A review of Karen Armstrong's The Great Transformation. An exploration of the Axial Age sages shows the centrality of the Golden Rule and overcoming the ego.
A review of Armstrong's A Short History of Myth. This book was instrumental at the beginning of my spiritual journey and is worth a read.
A review of Stuart Kauffman's book, Reinventing the Sacred. Although an engaging exploration of emergence, Kauffman's pantheism does not cut it for Terranism.