Futurist media theorist, author, podcast host, and Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at CUNY/Queens, Douglas Rushkoff joins Jamie Wheal to share the emergence of crypto fascism among QAnon, left-wing conspiracies, the new thought plandemic, digital memes as occult sigils, and the end of the world.
In this episode we discuss:
- Speaking out against Google, social media, and doomsday bunkers
- Ayahausca may have replaced sex as the occult gateway
- How psychedelics have been used to try to get away, become or transform
- Why Douglas Rushkoff teaches at a city college
- Supporting local businesses and real people
Tune in as Douglas Rushkoff sheds light to the possibilities for team human and what it means when all of us stop running, stop struggling, stop trying to escape where we are and who we are and show up together in the deep now for ourselves, for each other and for the world.
Winner of the Media Ecology Association’s first Neil Postman award for Career Achievement in Public Intellectual Activity, Dr. Douglas Rushkoff is an author, teacher, and documentarian who focuses on the ways people, cultures, and institutions create, share, and influence each other’s values. He is Professor of Media Theory and Digital Economics at CUNY/Queens, where he founded the Laboratory for Digital Humanism. He is a columnist for Medium, technology and media commentator for CNN, a research fellow at the Institute for the Future, and a lecturer on media, technology, culture and economics around the world.
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