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LEAVING MOS EISLY SPACEPORT AND THE SEQUEL TO HIGH WEIRDNESS BY MAIL OR ZORAMONKEY'S INTRODUCTION ON HOW TO INTERNET LIKE THE KIDS DO. from Zoramonkey's blog

I know everyone is tired if sequels but once in a while the sequel is actually better than the original.


In the 80s I loved the Subgenius stuff more than life itself. There was a book that they made that began a process that continues to this day. That beek was called High Weirdness By Mail. Not only did the book contain summaries of every strange and interesting organization in America at the time from the Church of Popeye to the Temple of Set, It had their mailing addresses. I inquired to every organization in the book. 

My world went from a tiny Christian-dominated village to a massive global city that housed every idea both good and bad. There was no internet back then.


Now flash to the present. The old monsters that relied on print to shape the opinions of people are close to death. Reuters and AP are shadows of their formal selves. CNN and Fox are almost jokes though some people still watch them. The wounded animal lashes out and the youtube adpocolypse happened. Facebook is becoming the new Reuters and the old guard tries to regain the control over our opinions and buying habits.


There all small pockets of resistance like this site but most of humanity seems hell bent on depending on media giants  just changing the name of the conglomerants who shape their opinions. It seems hopeless.


The recent debacle at google and the youtube adpocolypse has created a fair amount of dissent as have cries of fake news. I seek not to slay the giant but to fan the flames that he fears.


The internet is a big place and competition is a good thing, so, I am going to start this thread with a rough outline of the sites I know with my opinions on them. I encourage commenters to do the same. Not everybody is adept enough to find and evaluate several links but those who can or think they can should do some of the leg work for the less informed. Some of you will find this information basic and unnecessary but trust me there are several folks who have no idea where to go to get media or information. It will benefit all of us when people who have little basic information begin to explore the more obscure and less traveled sections of the internet. Please comment with your contributions as well.


There seem to be mercifully few LHP sites out there. It is my hope that those less adept in internet navigation and such will begin using and putting content on the below mentioned venues. 




The Giants



Facebook.com - Everyone knows this one and most of us use it. As a venue for video, images, text, games, it seems to do everything, but it is far too big. It is best to be used as a jumping off point.


Twitter.com - Much like facebook with a text character limit. Again a great jumping off point


Tumblr.com - As above just made for blogging. It has some of the worst content on the internet


Reddit.com - The thinking man/womans jumping off point.


Google.com/Google+ Everyone uses the mail and search but its days are numbered.


Instagram.com - Mostly for pictures


Wikipedia.org - A user contributed encyclopedia. Good as a jumping off point, bad as a source.



The Dying/dead platforms


Myspace.com - Now only used by young people and some elements of the music scene. Because it is a dead platform it can be used by any group.


Yahoo.com - Sporting the most hackable platform and mail client, Yahoo is a creepy ghostown.   




Video


Youtube.com -Once a great platform now it stands to be dethroned by its own censorship methods.


Vimeo.com - Great for live and streaming video. The oldest competetor to youtube.


Vidme.com - A great and up and coming alternative to youtube.


Periscope.tv - It seems nice but we'll have to see how it works out.


Younow.com - Seems to work insome relation to vidme.com


Crunchyroll.com -The premiere anime video service


Netflix.com - A movie platform that almost everyone uses.


Hulu.com - Pretty much another television/movie platform




Odd places



4chan.com - An anonymous form of social media. There is some really horrible stuff here but if you want to either anonymously release information or read stuff that someone need to post anonymously then this platform is for you. There is surprisingly little occult content here.


f-list.com -A place to chat about various odd fetishes and rollplay them




Porn



Pornhub.com -Perhaps the best mainstream free porn site


youporn.com -A sister site to pornhub


redtube.com - Another mainstream free porn site.




Music



Itunes.com - A for pay music service. Perhaps a bit obsolete but time will tell.


Pandora.com - An internet radio service. There are several others out there.


Soundcloud.com -A music venue used by many smaller and up and coming musicians. 




Chat


Discord.com - The best chat/video chat client out there. Primarily set up for gaming but it is arms and legs above any other service.


Tinychat.com An older chat client and the one used for livechat on this site. A bit buggy but there is hope if they ever update it.



Gaming


Blizzard.com - Most Blizzard games are made to be played with others. If you have never done this it might be worth giving it a look.


steam.com - A venue for games of all sorts and it even has social media capabilities.


eveonline.com - I only mention this to plug my favorite mmo


twitch.com - A venue that allows you to watch people play games. Oddly more popular than one would think.




Occult


satanicinternationalnetwork.com - This site


paganspace.net -An occult social media site. It does have a Satanist section.


600club.com -The other Satanic social media site


Hermetic.com - An online occult library


hermetics.com - Another online occult library


oto-usa.org - A global occult society and an online occult library.


occultforum.org -Another online occult social media site. 


Xeper.org -A pioneer on the internet for the LHP. Any LHP person, Satanist, Luciferian, 

demonalotor, Thelemite is doing themselves a disservice if they do not visit this site.


Subgenius.com -Not exactly an occult site but any of the above mentioned groups or any atheist or free thinker who ignores this gem is missing out.




Search sites


Google.com -The most popular search engine. I guess it's better than bing.


duckduckgo.com -A very nice and private search engine. It has a version on onionland.


yahoo.com - I only include this because it has become such a joke.



Darknet and hidden sites


onionland -A protocol that allows real privacy. Somewhat technical to use but it has other uses outside of human trafficking and drug sales. One example is the Thelemic/Luciferian library I plan to put on onionland with Arabic versions so that such literature can be made available in places where it is forbidden such as the Saudi Arabian kingdom. I love the idea. 


i2p - An even more technical and secure protocol




Please go out and shake the tree as much as you can and share what you find.


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Mauricio Gonzalez II
Sep 9 '17
Very informative, thanks!
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