Your main job on Earth may be to create and occupy the culture that you would love to live in. In order to occupy new culture space you need to establish the way it goes, the rules of engagement. These articles make distinctions so that you can look at what you are looking with, so that you can be clear about which kind of culture you are supporting with which of your thoughts words and actions. Please feel free to download, share, quote from and give away anything here. It is all copyleft!

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Men's Culture in Archearchy - a 3 step checklist by Clinton Callahan

Every now and then a phrase comes along that strikes sleeping brain cells you didn’t know you had. Startled, the neurons wake up and perceive the electrifying impact with uncanny alertness. How soon your brain cells go back to sleep again depends on how ready you are to jump fully-committed into that new-found alertness and ride it like a bucking bronco.


How To Be An Evolutionary by Clinton Callahan

If your true task is to be an evolutionary and you are working within the economic framework of modern culture then at some point you will come to notice that your work is deeply unsatisfying.


Your Money Or Your Life, Stupid Question... Or? by Clinton Callahan

How do you sleep at night knowing that you sell your child’s future for a phantom currency? What if you turned heretic against the religion of Profit, and redesigned your business so children could have hope?


Beware The Psychopath, My Son...  by Clinton Callahan

I make the effort to share this information because it gives me, at last, a plausible answer to a long-unanswered question: Why, no matter how much intelligent goodwill exists in the world, is there so much war, suffering and injustice? It doesn't seem to matter what creative plan, ideology, religion, or philosophy great minds come up with, nothing seems to improve our lot. Since the dawn of civilization, this pattern repeats itself over and over again.


Slaying The Jabberwock by Clinton Callahan

The Jabberwock, of course, is the modern capitalist / patriarchal / empire meme-virus that is infecting the global ethnosphere and threatening to exterminate life on Earth. This article is a mini-handbook empowering global #OCCUPY teams to build interconnected, resilient, leaderless, nonlinear, social systems that make the Jabberwock irrelevant.


Will Any Humans Become Post Carbon? by Clinton Callahan

Probably nobody will read this article because it is far too long, far too horrifyingly detailed, and far too realistic for most tastes. But I write it anyway, to fulfill a promise I made.


100 Million Nanonations by Clinton Callahan

A superstition is an easy-to-understand concept that has no basis in reality. Believing a superstition blocks the perception of more useful possibilities. But superstitions are not called superstitions until they are recognized as superstitions. Before then they are regarded as the truth. A superstition that participants in modern culture have not yet identified as a superstition is “the nation-state.” This superstition became popular in the 1800s as a win-lose game (“If you get the resources we die, so we will do whatever it takes to get the resources.”). This superstition includes the concept that a nation-state is connected to a piece of land on Earth. Since all the land on Earth has already been claimed by the current 206 nation-states, it is assumed that no new nation-states can emerge on Earth. But the connection between a nation-state and a plot of land is not a law of nature. It is invented in the imaginations of human beings, pure fiction, a story marketed to you by – you guessed it! – the current set of nation-states.


Exploring New Lands of Relationship by Clinton Callahan

Our culture teaches that there is only one domain of relatedness: ordinary human relationship. However, through personal exploration I can tell you that there are at least two additional lands: the extraordinary and the archetypal. ...

Feeding Your Heart And Soul by Clinton Callahan

Are you a soul person or a heart person? Here is how to tell the difference. ... 


Gorilla Basics by Clinton Callahan

I want to clear up once and for all any misconceptions about human beings having similarities to the race of gorillas. The clarification is scientific. Human beings are not like gorillas. No. Human beings are gorillas. ...


Healing With Clarity by Clinton Callahan

Four feelings, three worlds, two dramas, and one truth - from Possibility Management ...


Parents And Children – Natural Enemies? by Clinton Callahan

About the conflict of authority and the possibility of getting on the same team with your children. ...


Preparing Yourself by Clinton Callahan

Rob Kall from gave us a key to personal action when he said: I'm coming to believe that the answer to rescuing America is not to take the giant corporate behemoth head on. Mammals did not make war with the dinosaurs. They were ready to adapt when the world changed. Our dinosaurs are doing the damage which is wreaking havoc on their world. Next culture mammals are relocalizing and building communities that will survive the last breaths of the corporate dinosaurs as they crash to their deaths. The world is rapidly changing. Does your thoughtware allow you to adapt? ...


Redeeming Your Underworld by Clinton Callahan

Do you own your underworld? Or does your underworld own you? The question can put a chill down your spine. Redeeming your underworld involves becoming conscious of the purpose behind incidents and accidents of your life across three worlds – not mental gymnastics, and definitely not a discussion of morality. In the end all you get is a choice. ...


We Seem To Have Forgotten by Clinton Callahan

For 40,000 years human beings knew that children do not become adult except through formidable initiatory processes. We seem to have forgotten. ...


Where Does Intimacy Go? by Clinton Callahan

You may remember the magic of first love, the attractive glow that transports all your circuits into a dimension beyond the limitations of time, energy, or reason. It seems as if it could never go away – and yet, in time, it does. You remember past moments of intimacy rather than experiencing new moments now. The walls have built themselves back up. Where does the intimacy go? And how can you get it back again? ...