Auticulture (and the accompanying podcast, The Liminalist) is an ongoing investigation into the weird and wonderful interface between the human psyche and the culture at large, with the aim of someday extricating the former from the latter and arriving at the ultimate truth of myself, as a soul embedded in material, temporal existence, and a body on its way to death.
The primary focus is on connecting to others on a similar quest for true meaning, sharing data and thereby deepening our mutual experience of reality and each other.
The specifics involve some of the more problematic and contentious (non-consensual) aspects of culture, society, and human existence, aspects such as organized child sexual abuse, programs of psycho-social & cultural engineering, psychic fragmentation through induced trauma, UFOs, occultism, spiritual beliefs, audience cults, and ideologies, philosophies, and specific personalities of particular prominence and influence.
While the subjects I focus on continue to change, the methodology and the aim remains the same, albeit (I hope) ever-evolving towards a more efficient and balanced expression: namely, exposing the deceptions, distortions, and abuses within the cultural matrix of society, to uncover the truth behind them. Every investigation has myself as the primary subject and employs (or recruits) the seeming principal subject (whether it’s the Fabian Society, UFOs, Whitley Strieber, occultism, the New Age, Jordan Peterson, or Clint Eastwood) as a mirror-lens by which to extract the cultural implants from my own psyche.
This is how one reviewer (Sidney Blackwood) described my output:
Horsley is very much a writer for our postmodern times. His own personal journey is most interesting , from liberal establishment dilettante second son and heir to wandering seeker and sorcerer of the psychic realms to grounded parapolitical, parapsychological and sociological critic of the most dangerous kind. Horsley fearlessly deconstructs all the “crucial fictions” of life in the transnational corporate state, including the deconstructionists themselves.
In literary terms, most likely they will lock him under the stairwell in the Ecuadorian embassy in the broom closet next to Julian Assange; like Oscar Wilde, he will most likely not be truly appreciated for quite some time yet, gazing fearlessly at the Gorgon through the polished steel of his warriors shield, holding up a mirror to a traumatised and fragmented society at once both unwilling and unable to recognise the monster they fail to see as themselves
Among the shifting sands of the Nietzschean abyss in which our culture finds itself, Horsley outlines the carefully engineered cultural patterns which inform the multi layered matrices of unreality in which we all live and move and have our traumatised being. By slowly deconstructing the shadow structures of various nefarious contemporary devices the reader is as gently as possible bought to the realisation and recognition of the webs in which we are all somehwat uncomfortably enmeshed.
Like Orpheus with his Lyre we are invited to begin the long trek away from these shadow lands to an uncomfortably sunlit place of healing and awareness, never once looking back lest we be consigned like Eurydice to Hades’ realm for all time. Like Horsley, we must bravely follow the white rabbit of his haunting strains so that our collective abstract fetters may some day melt away, and a newly reflective society be ushered into being.
Jasun Horsley May 2018
A Bit More Info & Rules of Behavior
The spirit of the blog is cooperative and not competitive, to share information and perspectives and work together towards a deeper understanding of the subjects being discussed. The blog has no ideological affiliations and overtly ideology-based arguments are discouraged (i.e., partisan or anti-partisan posts). Certain behaviors are also strongly discouraged: Personal attacks and criticisms based solely on sex, race, creed, mental health, intelligence, religion or ideology; ad hominen arguments in general; care-trolling. Extreme or repeat form of these behaviors may result in comments being deleted.
This blog and its author categorically acknowledge the historical facts pertaining to high-level organized child abuse (Franklin Scandal, Dutroux affair, UK care-homes), government mind control (MKULTRA etc), and ritual abuse linked to occult systems and philosophies. It will not tolerate derision, dismissal or unfounded debunking of these facts (e.g., by advocating “False Memory Syndrome” or the “Satanic panic”/Witch-Hunt narratives). This is not to shut down or limit discussion around these subjects, but to provide a relatively safe, compassionate, and respectful space for the many survivors of these programs.
In the occult science of traumagenesis, rewiring the brain is a, or the, primary aim of the sexual abuse and corresponds with the softer, more psychological reality of psychic fragmentation. On this latter subject, I recommend the serious researcher or reader check out Donald Kalsched’s The Inner World of Trauma, and/or my own Prisoner of Infinity. My own investigative journey of discovery regarding my personal involvement in these programs of abuse, and how they pervade our culture at every level making no one immune to the effects, is mapped in POI, Occult Yorkshire (also serialized at this blog and due out as part one of The Vice of Kings later in 2018), Seen & Not Seen (published in 2015), and various essays and podcasts from the past several years.
The main goal for me is seeing the deepest unconscious reality driving my actions and the correspondingly unforeseen consequences of them. None of us know just how deep and dark and painful a journey that is going to be. If we did, I doubt anyone would ever make it.
About the title:
What has been termed as “autism,” can also be understood as “extra-consensual perception.”
Auticulture, therefore, is internally (privately) generated culture. It exists outside of cultural consensus, being individual to the individual.
It begins with the inner landscape of the individual.
Auticulture is the human dimension of Nature. It is our own true nature.
Auticulture is antithetical to culture . Culture is akin to an externally generated (collective) “self,” or group mind. Auticulture is a “No” to cultural consensus and to socialized forms of perception, and a “Yes” to something deeper and more latent within the human organism.
It is geared towards the sharing of these primary (sensory) perceptions, outside the consensus of socialized or “neurotypical” reality.
It is not so much an alternate culture or separate reality as it is a bridge, or transitional phase, which we trust will lead us to true (nonsubjective) reality, from idios kosmos to koinos kosmos.
Auticulture entails the rejection of, or extraction from, an unconscious consensus in favor of the slow and arduous assembling of a conscious consensus.