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Ten Cosmicist Convictions, by Khannea Suntzu

Editor’s note: Khannea Suntzu has written a brilliant parody of the Ten Cosmist Convictions, titled “Ten Cosmicist Convictions.” For the non initiated, Cosmicism is the literary philosophy developed and used by the American writer H. P. Lovecraft in his weird fiction. While I urge Khannea to drink some hot chocolate (they say it improves mood), I am persuaded that our big universe contains things like angels but also things like Cthulhu. I prefer angels of course. Continue reading Ten Cosmicist Convictions, by Khannea Suntzu

So what is ‘Terasem’ exactly?

If there is one “transhumanist”-inclined movement out there I really admire and appreciate it is Terasem. I had the pleasure of interacting with its founder shortly before and after my attendance at Transvision 2010. For those who don’t know, the founder of Terasem is the very successful Martine Rothblatt, who was at one time the most highly paid CEO of the Washington DC area. So its safe to conclude that Terasem is in large part a derivative entity of Martine’s ambitions and ideological packaging. Continue reading So what is ‘Terasem’ exactly?