xtremely unusual spiritual interests. Embracing all the cutting edge technologies to understand the spiritual realm. Fringe spiritual groups. Wanting to get lost in the group experience. Getting lost in fringe interest – the paranormal, psychic and mystical. Experimental mysticism. Experimental drug use. LSD. Extremely open to higher dimensions and realms. Radical sensitivity. Radical drug use. Extremely delusional. Mystical rebels. Technicians of the sacred.
Open to the mysteries of the universe. Open to unusual and far out subjects. Fans of Coast to Coast AM radio. Spiritual radicals. Spiritual non-conformists. Compassion for those in need. Compassion for people on the fringe of society. Rebellions on behalf of the downtrodden. Rebellions for the weak. Resistance to merging and assimilation. Rebelling against assimilation. Widespread idealism. Taking up causes on behalf of the weak. Taking up causes in the name of artistic ideals. Taking up causes in the name of spiritual ideals. Idealistic notions about progress. Progress in compassion and caring. Progress in spiritual development. Progress in cinema and the fine arts.
Spirituality merges with technology. Technology suddenly becomes a way to get in touch with your spirituality. Spiritual astrology. Technology merges with high art. Advanced methods of creating higher art. Technology becomes a high art form and no longer a means to an end. The oppression of the spiritual life is overturned. The oppression of the soul is overturned. Idealistic revolutions. Unpredictable methods of escape. Erratic interest in spirituality. Unconventional paranormal interests. ESP. Psi. Direct experience of the unknown. Surging interest in Indigo children. Strange notions about spirituality. Strange notions about paranormal and psychic activities. Spiritual revolutions. Delusional notions about spirituality and progress. We’re all glamoured by technology. Kooky ideas about higher consciousness. Challenging spiritual authorities. Direct understanding that has nothing to do with logic or reality.
Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time.
— Steven Wright, Comedian
The unimpeded spread of technology and the internet. The diffusion of technology. Technology becomes insidious. The lines of where technology begins and ends blurs. The unimpeded spread of deviant behavior. Questioning assumptions about spirituality. Questioning assumptions about what is real. Having a fantasy life on the internet. Technological dreams and fantasies. Role-playing games that use technology. Hiding behind your computer. Rebelling through the use of drugs and alcohol. Psychic sensitivity + genius. Imagination + progress. Sensitivity + invention. Refinement + individuality. Freaking out + lack of normal concepts of reality. Eccentric and impractical. Upsetting dreams states. Extreme sensitivity to drugs and alcohol. Irritability, contrariness and rebellious tendencies aggravated by drugs and alcohol. Finding your individuality through spiritual practice. Inability to stick to just one spiritual practice. Skipping from one spiritual high to another. Skipping from one psychic experience to another. Inability to hunker down and develop any particular spiritual discipline. Feeling free from the need to conform to any particular spiritual path. Spiritual free agents. Cult followers.
Modern music, dance, poetry and art. Art forms that take a distinct departure from the past. Technology becomes a part of high culture. Special effects. Movies based on special effects. Movies based around technology. Addicted to unpredictability. Addicted to rebelling. Addicted to asserting your individuality. A really far-out sense of humor. Presenting material in a completely unpredictable out-there way. Crazy spaced-out people. Drugged-out weirdoes. Cranks. Nut jobs. Crackpots. Super-sensitive touchy artists. Wackadoo.
My fake plants died because I did not pretend to water them.
— Mitch Hedberg, Comedian