Tag Archives: rewilding

Intimate Places

Source Note: Those interested in this post might also check out: “A Special Place and How It Was Lost” by Gary Gripp “Transfiguration on Mount Shasta” by Pariah Sojourner “What Happened at Wild Roots” by John Jacobi There is a strong connection between our separation from the Earth and the harm we do to it. […]

Like a Magnet to Metal Files

What follows is a major step toward determining a decisive plan for political action. Preliminary reading: The Rewilding Program: Proposal for an Anti-Industrial Strategy Contemporary Applications of The Organizational Weapon The History and Impact of Earth First! A Critique of the Concept of ‘the System’ The question today is no longer, Is a revolution necessary? […]

More Truths About Primitive Life

Note: While I provide a list of sources below, I do not provide in-line citations for this essay, which can easily be found online. I may add them if this is ever published anywhere other than online. The sources listed at the bottom of the essay review all of the cited evidence and more in […]

Interview on Popular Front Podcast: The New Wave of Eco-Terrorism

I was featured on Popular Front podcast by the journalist Jake Hanrahan. For more on the topics discussed in the podcast, see the following links: Ted Kaczynski on Individualists Tending Toward Savagery (ITS) Preface to Repent to the Primitive Heretics and Apostles, Atassa Ted Kaczynski and Why He Matters, Dark Mountain The History and Impact of Earth First! […]

Preface to Repent to the Primitive

Read Repent to the Primitive in full Although the present form of the book only began two years ago, my work really started two years before, in 2013, when, homeless after high school, I involved myself in ecological and antimodern factions of anarchism. During this time, I ran across an essay, “Industrial Society and Its Future,” […]

The Rewilding Program: Proposal for an Anti-Industrial Strategy

Why Rewilding is Necessary Rewilding is the process of restoring nature, including human nature, to its unmanaged, wild state, primarily by decreasing human and technological control. For instance, to rewild river ecosystems downstream from a dam, we would remove the dam; to rewild animals, we would teach them necessary but lost survival skills and then […]

Humanism and Civilization’s Moral Idols

The following is a condensed summary of my thoughts on humanism and nihilism. It pulls sections from essays, notes, etc. that regular readers may have already come across, and I apologize for the repetitiveness. Consider it a necessary consolidation phase before The Idols of Progress. Background I In Repent to the Primitive I explain that human […]

Taking Rewilding Seriously

Source: The Dark Mountain Project It is, it seems, our civilisation’s turn to experience the inrush of the savage and the unseen; our turn to be brought up short by contact with untamed reality. — Uncivilisation: The Dark Mountain Manifesto Wildness is the Focus Rewilding has become something of a fad. The internet and libraries are […]

The Mayor of Hippie Cove

Source … And then there was the wayward genius I bumped into on the shore of Prince William Sound in 1981. I was camped in the woods outside Cordova, Alaska, trying in vain to work as a deckhand on a seine boat, biding my time until the Department of Fish and Game announced the first […]