Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Alien Con 2016 Update


DATELINE: 10-28-16 Santa Clara, CA

The countdown to contact is in its last week… Alien Con 2016 blasts off from its Santa Clara, CA launchpad on the evening of October 28th and the Tek-Gnostics Team is gearing up for what promises to be a wild Halloween weekend! The guests are set… the panels are lined up… and we will be in the Grand Ballroom of the Santa Clara Convention Center, representing Tek-Gnostics Media. As many of you know… 

Tek-Gnostics Media produces and publishes materials and artifacts dealing with emerging paranormal and extra-sensory phenomena such as consciousness hacking & synchronicity, extra-terrestrial & extra-dimensional intelligences, the occult & esoteric teachings and the emerging technological singularity. Tek-Gnostics Media’s founder and author, Jack Heart will be vending his newest book: "The Tek-Gnostics Heresies - Tales of Wonder from the Collective Conscious" …which chronicles the post WWII rise of modern ufology and the associated psychedelic culture that co-emerged with it… the dark powers that sought to suppress it …and the synchronistic ways in which our paranormal/psychedelic culture will triumph.

Jack and the Tek-Gnostics Team will be on hand to discuss, debate and sign purchased copies of The Heresies, as well as vend associated artifacts and gear. *But why wait? …when you can purchase a copy of The Tek-Gnostics Heresies Today!

The Heresies are available at The Tek-Gnostics Website (signed hardcopy & PDF)… Here

The Heresies are available thru Amazon (hardcopy & e-book)… Here

If you are attending Alien Con 2016, stop by our booth… Also on hand will be the mysterious and enigmatic “Agent 87” …a true synchro-mystic pioneer. We are stoked to attend Alien Con 2016, in the spirit of having a great time, seeking adventure and entertainment, networking and merchandising Tek-Gnostics products…

We’ll see you at Alien Con… and in the words of 87… Shine Forth!


* your indulgence, please... I am practicing my pitch!

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Creepy Clowns origins revealed!

Just when we thought the 2016 Presidential election couldn’t get any wackier… just when we thought that specific candidate's moral and ethical behavior could not sink any lower... new information has come to light that reveals the origin of the Creepy Clowns phenomena. It is clear that the myriad of sightings of creepy clowns stems from what is known as the copycat effect. Find below, the obvious origin of these sightings across the country. 



Editor's Note: If we are going to vote for a clown... we should consider voting for this guy...





Sunday, October 2, 2016

Age of Discord


We had touched upon the idea of the rise and fall of civilizations in an earlier post: Return of the Archons (pt 1). We focused upon the well-worn metaphor that drew parallels between the fall of the Roman Empire and the impending decline of our own, tattered civilization. In a recent article in the on-line magazine: Salon, they review anthropologist Peter Turchin’s new book: “Ages of Discord: A Structural-Demographic Analysis of American History.” 

Having been indoctrinated in the ways of Discordia, via the Legion of Dynamic Discord, our ears perked up at the subject matter… 

“Everything from skyrocketing inequality and political gridlock to white working class angst and the rise of mass shootings and other troubling signs of our times — these are all interconnected reflections of where America is in a cyclic historical process: social integration followed by disintegration, discord and violence. Turchin and others have observed this pattern repeatedly in civilizations from ancient Rome and early Chinese dynasties up to the present day.”

“Historians, scholars and even poets have long been familiar with (civilization’s) cycles of rise and fall, but understanding them has proved more difficult. The ideas of Thomas Malthus …that population growth will exceed growth in agricultural production, leading to mass immiseration (literally: The act of making miserable, especially of a population as a whole… ie: impoverishment) …provide one sort of starting point.” 

“But civilizations are more than a big, undifferentiated mass of people. Elites can and do prosper while average citizens’ welfare declines, as happened in Victorian England, in our own Gilded Age and again since the 1970s.” 

“Elites have their own population dynamics, and can suffer their own equivalence of immiseration when they outstrip their resource base (read: the general population). Thus, both elites and masses go through similar cycles, which are interconnected, as well as interacting with the structures of the state, where elites contest for power and maintain the strength and well-being of the whole society.”

  “Jack Goldberg’s 1991 book: “Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World” was the first to develop a coherent explanatory model with all the pieces connected, which Turchin has modified slightly in his work.”

The question becomes… does the so-called elite retain continuity between cycles? Does Philip K Dick’s Gnostic epiphany hold true? Regardless, we believe that it is safe to say… The Empire Never Ended.

Ages of Discord looks like a good read. The original article can be found here