Let’s start over. From the beginning. For free. That’s my thinking about Our Undoing. It’s been a pay-only site since its inception almost three years ago. Now, I’ve scrapped the old pay model, with monthly membership gone, so that there are only lifetime members who continue to get new material and exclusive content for a one-time fee, and a free version of the site that starts off at square one and updates weekly with material previously unreleased to the public from the last two and a half-ish years.
So, if you’re trapped at home waiting for the virus apocalypse to hit, maybe you’ll consider engaging with a multimedia experience that is geared toward waking you out of psychological time and into wholeness. But not as dry or New Agey as that may sound. Because… yuck.
As Spinal Tap once sang with Cher: ” Just begin again.”
This one’s important and underreported. Spread the word–and thank you Tyler for writing this!
For the many persons living under artificial lighting in urban areas, the starry night sky all but vanished a long time ago. Today, areas free of artificial lights are becoming rare enough that several national parks now promote them as tourist attractions and feature programs to enable visitors to both experience the dark sky and learn about astronomy.
It is still possible to experience a view of the starry night sky almost identical to that observed by the first human beings to walk this world. Our ancestors watched the sky intently, extracting from their observations the life-sustaining know-how to navigate from one location to another and when to plant crops. This unique, personal touchstone to our deep human heritage and cultures is now under an immediate and novel threat. However, this time, no place on Earth, not even the best protected and most remote areas like national parks, will provide…
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