Site Updates and Possible Closure

Hello readers, I’ve updated the site’s SSL certificate, which has been giving many of you security warnings. I have also fixed all the links in The Wildernist / Hunter Gatherer Archives. Sorry these updates took so long. Also, I have not given up on my goal to be able to survive in the wilderness, but […]

Truth vs. Lies by Ted Kaczynski

Below are PDFs of parts one and two of Ted Kaczynski’s unpublished book, Truth vs. Lies. The book was an attempt by Kaczynski to set the record straight regarding his personal life, which was inaccurately reported by many outlets around the time of his arrest and imprisonment (ca. 1995). For more information on the book, see […]

Letter: Ted Kaczynski to J.N. (29 April 2001)

The following is taken from Ted Kaczynski’s 2010 book Technological Slavery. You write, “Watching a documentary on a tribe of Amazon Indians, I found that their life was as ordered as any modern man’s … their day seemed as regimented as an office worker’s.” You reached this conclusion on the basis of one documentary that you […]

The Approaching Transhumanism

The Approaching Transhumanism and the Inhibition of Ethical Discourse, by Laura Drake, Ph.D. Amidst the never-ending chatter about matters like health care, taxes, and race relations, a new postindustrial power elite is rising in the background whose agenda transcends, and threatens to affect everyone a great deal more than, all these other matters combined. This […]

Apostles and Heretics

This is an article I originally wrote for Atassa: Readings in Eco-Extremism, a journal published from the East Bay. I am republishing it here because ITS, the terror group that is the main subject of the article (and the journal) is rapidly spreading — it now has cells in Mexico, Finland, Greece, Italy, and various […]

The Snakelet

Source: The following is a story by Aleksandar Prokopiev, taken from Best European Fiction 2015. It captures beautifully my feelings when I re-entered the city. He found the snakelet at the very beginning of his solitary life, and now, after five years of living together, they had the same trust in each other as close […]

Winter Rewilding 2017-2018

I have decided to continue with my uncivilization project for a while longer. The goal is to see how much independence from civilization I can achieve and be happy with. The hope is that by documenting the process, I will help others with similar goals. Winter Set-Up I’m spending the 2017-2018 winter in the city, […]

Reflections on “Repent to the Primitive”

I have finally posted the PDF of Repent to the Primitive — two PDFs, actually, because I never could decide what the final product should look like. The book should be regarded as a summary of my magazine work from 2013-2017, not an unchanging political platform. Some ideas in the book will almost certainly change […]

Ted Kaczynski on Individualists Tending Toward Savagery (ITS)

Source Regarding Individualists Tending Toward Savagery (ITS), you say that they do not believe that a movement should be created dedicated to the elimination of the techno-industrial system and that their intention is to stop technological progress, but without the intention to or any hope of eliminating the system. From this, and also from the […]

What Wild Roots Was Like

Shortly after starting the uncivilization project, I found a primitive skills community in Western NC known as Wild Roots. Ironically, I found it because Facebook had detected I liked primitive skills, so showed me a National Geographic article about the place. I have spent the past six months there, and while my time living there is […]