Website of the Activist Security collective. The purpose of is to provide a home for some of publications on practical security for activists and campaigners, all of which are free to download. UK-framed, but of relevance to all.
Links to the life and times of Albert Bates, American author, long time communard at the Farm Eco-village, and permaculture ambassador. The article intros states: “We are in a crisis in the evolution of human society. It’s unique to both human and geologic history. It has never happened before and it can’t possibly happen again. Albert Bates, author of ‘The Financial Collapse Survival Guide and Cookbook’, brings you along on his personal journey.”
Lots of Hub links too.
Amnesty International is a major mover and shaker in a world that grows weary of conflicts.
They say: “Through our detailed research and determined campaigning, we help fight abuses of human rights worldwide. We bring torturers to justice. Change oppressive laws. And free people jailed just for voicing their opinion.”
Counter-culture central. US-style managed by volunteers from the Archive Corps.
Web hub site containing a fascinating collection of mostly US-originated books, zines, podcasts, radio broadcasts and e-zines and much more. Includes collaborations like ‘High Frontier’, which linked up luminaries from the LSD, hacker and music communities. Lots of Burroughs, Leary, McKenna and more.
Some literally mind-blowing ‘stuff’. Enter in, with care!
A London visionary artist, occultist, philosopher and writer. Born in 1886 and died in relativity obscurity in 1956.
Originator of the Sigil. And one of the key figures in the development of chaos magick. His artwork was always controversial and full of sexual imagery. His book ‘The Book of Pleasure (self love): the psychology of ecstasy’ is viewed as a major title in esoteric literature and art.