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Written by NHA   
Wednesday, 12 December 2012 16:49





Our thoughts form the universe. They *always* matter.



The universe speaks in many languages but only in one voice. The language is not Russian or English or French or Japanese or Spanish.

It speaks in the language of hope.

It speaks in the language of trust.

It speaks in the language of reason and the language of sensuality.

It speaks in the language of interaction and the language of creativity.

But always it is the same voice.

It is the voice of our ancestors speaking through us,

And the voice of our inheritors waiting to be born.

It is the small, still voice that says: "We are one."

No matter the blood, no matter the skin, no matter the country, no matter the flag: we are one.

No matter the pain, no matter the loss, no matter the darkness, no matter the fear: we are one.

Here gathered together in common cause we agree to recognize this singular truth and this singular rule: that we must interact with one another.

Because each voice enriches us and ennobles us, and each voice lost, diminishes us.

We are the voice of the universe, the mind of creation, the spirit of intelligence,

The fire that will light the way to a better future.

We are one... 



...Now, if you ever do come aboard, remember one thing: No one there is exactly what they seem. But then, who is...? 

Paraphrased from the dialogue of G'Kar, Babylon 5. (In fond memory of Andreas Katsulas 1946-2006)


Last Updated on Saturday, 01 February 2014 11:54
For everybody on NHA Winter Solstice 2011 PDF Print E-mail
Written by NHA   
Saturday, 17 December 2011 12:18



Here's another new year; that's another new chance
To remake our lives, you and me;
A world without borders or barriers or bounds

A world some don't want us to see...


Each year I resolve with the strongest intent
To go farther this year than the last.
And to look back and see how far last year I went,
Though distractions distract me so fast!


I did meditation and lay on my bed,

I just started to feel where its at,

With a wonderful warmth round the top of my head,

Then I looked up and saw its the cat.


I threw out my TV! My girlfriend went too,

But that's a good lesson you see;

It was 50” wide, and I think on the side

She was living with it, not with me.


I went low GI and I've lost lots of weight

And now eating whatever I please,

But last night I dreamed I had antlers and wings,

So I really must lay off the cheese.


My new GSR made an interesting noise,

Which I hoped was my mind rearranging,

Then I read the instructions; my genius it seems

Was just that the batteries need changing.


But with this new year I just know I’ll win out,
Just watch how I do and you’ll see!
I’m not going to head for another blowout;
I’ll be cool as I know I can be.


Cos when stupid things beckon, and I’m not so strong,
When I snapback and fall on my ass,
I’ll be thankful again you folks help me along
As you have during all the years past.


I’m so grateful that you’re all here! Happy New Year!




Forgotten Files Recovery - 02 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Scalino   
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 02:00
Tags news - editing - publishing - updates


Hi dudes,


 a juicy delivery from the forgotten realm this time with... ladies and gentlemen....:


* In the Drugs and Chemicals Section:

D&C Introduction Part II: Synthetic Introduced Chemicals

D&C Introduction Part III: Natural Introduced Chemicals


* In the Methods and Technology Section:

Methods and Technology Intro - Part I: Methods

(and part II is on the way...)


Have fun!


Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 March 2011 16:34
NOT the Queens Speech PDF Print E-mail
Written by AR   
Saturday, 25 December 2010 23:47
Tags autonomy - freedom - love - happiness - friendship


"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious, it is the true source of art, science, and friendship." - Albert Einstein

What is a friend?

- One intelligence distributed across more than one body.” - MJN



What are you going to do with this year? What did you do with the last one?

I spent many years fully immersed in The Matrix while fully aware of what it was, for the most sensible of reasons -- to learn -- but I dropped out of it again for the most sensible of reasons -- to preserve and develop my intelligence.

This is the real difficult thing if you are unusual enough to want to explore your full potential -- you have to grow enough courage to give up your fantasy world of simulated reality, take a leap into the unknown, and step onboard the Nebuchadnezzar.

I thought that was the biggest step into the unknown I'd probably ever take, but I was wrong. Life is of course a series of steps into the unknown, and size of event is only one parameter. Duration of event is another, and it is that which currently leads me on ever further down the rabbit hole.

The unknown I am exploring now is the emergence of intelligence in life on earth; an event that's been going on for a very long time (with robust disregard for anything in its way I might add). I haven't personally witnessed all of it, but that's just fuel for curiosity.

During exploring this over the past year I have also been aware that 2010 has been one of the happiest years of my life so far. That doesn't mean that lots of shit didn't happen -far from it. It does mean that I navigated through this year's shit with relative ease, because I'm finally getting the hang of how to fly this starship mind. The joy this brings is worth every hour of practice flying time accumulated in the past, and gives me great optimism for the future. What lies there I don't know, but all ahead full.

I'm probably the sort of person your parents warned you about -- telling you to be your real self and follow your creative dreams, when what society wants is for you to do what you're told, remain dependant, and make the most insecure ones feel less anxious for a little while by making them richer.

It's all part of the business. But humans are not part of the business; we ARE the business. Your choices are about how you are going to spend this one single precious life you have been issued. Whether you're going to spend it trying to be Mr. Anderson; society's ideal self, perpetuating the illusion that you have no personal power to deal with life's events and circumstances, or whether you are going to taste reality, enjoy it, find out the truth about what you really are and become all that you were meant to be.

Temet Nosce – Know Yourself – First of all it means accept that you are human. You don't know how long you're going to live, and you don't have a clue whether there's anything more after this bit. Imagine if this year were our last, and we were aware of that; how would we change our lives? Would we suddenly jump into being our real selves if we knew this really was our last shot at it?

I've tried out a lot of things that society promised would make me whole and fulfilled -- all the things that we are indoctrinated from preschool onward to believe will quiet the splinter of anxiety inside our minds -- but I found out from experience that The Matrix lies. It is fake. It has nothing that can satisfy real human needs in real life; nothing to give life meaning and passion and joy.

Fortunately I also did what many of you do. You do what is necessary; what intelligent people have always done. You carry your own little candle and you look out for companion lights, out there in the murky fog of confusion.

Real friendship is one of the most subversive acts of all, as far as The Matrix is concerned. If society seems hell-bent on you breaking your balls to become its ideal brainless pet citizen, turn to your allies. Resistance is not at all futile; in fact it's fun. And I'd like to take this opportunity to say 'thanks' to the many of you who have been good friends in years past and also to new ones more recently met. Consider yourselves appreciated.

So happy new year. Will you spend it slaving on The Matrix hamster wheel, or at the helm of starship mind?

We make a big noise about infringements on our freedom, our personal and civil liberties, so why should we sit back docile and take it in the balls when our right to sanity is violated?

We are all capable of lives of great joy and meaning. It's what we are meant to be.

So for 2011 I wish you everything you wish yourselves.

Be excellent to one another, and party on dudes.


Linford Wood

Dec 2010

Last Updated on Friday, 31 December 2010 20:09
The Homeworld Spirit in a Nutshell... PDF Print E-mail
Written by Scalino   
Saturday, 04 September 2010 00:31


Dear and highly regarded dudes,

coming back from a stay at the UK Embassy, I'm feeling like providing you with a slight adaptation of some old british verses, written as the opening tune of a really groovy (even if a bit geeky) BBC series of the 70s (early 80s in France), called "Here Come the The Double Deckers", and following the adventures of a lighthearted "school-dodging" gang of youngsters, spending their days in a disused and elegantly customized double decker London bus.

The buoyant and mischievous spirit of these younglins will linger in my memory as one of my eternal shining beacons over the dark ocean we're sailing on. Their opening anthem-like theme has a cool touch and great lyrics that didn't require a lot of modifications to fit our own community's spirit. I warmly recommend youtubing it, of which opening credits and even some episodes are accessible, besides it is said that a DVD (with all the 17 episodes produced) should be released in October this year (and anyway, *cough* *cough*, remember there might be other means to find them...).

And it goes like this:


Get on board! Get on board!

Come and play with the neurohackers,

Take a ticket for a journey

On the neurohackers magic bus!


Ring the bell! Toot the horn!

When you ride with the neurohackers,

Fun and laughter is what we're after

On a freakin' loony neurohackers bus!


You can consider this as a token of gratitude towards the spirit of our community being applied in real life situations (from the best to the very worst...), which is what Homeworld is all about.

Have fun dudes!

PS: And never forget "The Glade"...

Last Updated on Friday, 15 April 2011 21:47
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