All images are a mix of abstract paintings, drawings and photos, manipulated with various software programs, the original goal was to experiment, to see if it was possible to create a desired effect and the result being, i ended up creating many conceptual pieces for future execution of large mixed media works of art, the images for now only exist in a computer virtual world. In addition i have come to love writing, so most of the pieces are accompanied with my words, my understanding of a dysfunctional industrial society!

Tribal peoples of the Americas are naturally sociable, but are selective about who they wish to associate with. For companionship and mutual support, people naturally develop relationships with those they share an affinity with. However, only in recent times have people organized themselves in large-scale groupings composed of strangers who share little of relevance in common with each other. For over 99% of human history, humans lived within small and egalitarian extended family arrangements, while drawing their subsistence directly from the land. The foraging bands and shifting horticultural communities of the past are known to have enjoyed extensive leisure time, and have rarely required more than 2-4 hours daily on average to satisfy subsistence needs.


Free-living small-scale cultures that remain prefer their traditional way of life.

He–Mene Mox Mox (born c. 1855, died August 1935) was a Nez Perce warrior who fought in the Nez Perce War of 1877. In his old age, he decided to give the war a Native American perspective. From their meeting in 1907 till his death in 1935, Hemene talked annually to Lucullus Virgil McWhorter, who wrote a book for him, Yellow Wolf: His Own Story. He is notable as one of the few members of the defeated Nez Perce to talk openly to strangers and tell their story to the world.

Others of his tribe said he was making a fool of himself for talking to a white man, saying that the children of the tribe would tell the story. In spite of that, he continued to work with McWhorter. In telling the native's side he said, "I am telling my story that all may know the war we did not want. War is made to take something that is not your own." He was concerned that the next generation of Native Americans would continue to suffer under white oppression, and wrote to help them. He said, "the young generation behind me, for them I tell the story. It is for them! I want the next generation of whites to know and treat the Indian as themselves."

top Necromancer

We are all bound for a living Hell, our children's children and all the descendants there after, created by our own hands as industrious consumes of our Earth Mother. The four legged, the winged, the water swimmers and those who slither and crawl on and in the earth are Innocent!
Industrialized humanity has become an arrogant invasive species - there is no reversing climate change, industrial civilizations fall is inevitable!

top Chief Sidebyeach

When humans were tribal and horticultural, we had the least impact on the planet. Now humanity is a massive industrious society, and have rapidly gown to approximately seven and a half billion, so now we are systematically destroy our mother. This is not progress nor is it evolutionary. It would only be right by our Earth Mother to maintain balance, how ever that may be - with a massive storm, open up the ozone, an endless winter, flooding, drought or fire how ever it maybe!

Earth is a living entity and she will take care of herself, so we humans will have to accept the inevitable and adapt! We maybe, by force reduced to a state similar to when we were tribal or cease to exist.

The strongest may survive for a while. Then they, too, will succumb to the changing Earth and be lost.

Western industrial society and their expansionist billionaires need to be destroyed, the planet is suffering because of its greed!

There will be no coexistence or peace if this does not happen.
Violence is the answer, how do you think the dominant culture became the dominant culture, and now they are using state sanctioned violence to maintain the position as the dominent culture in the world.

Western culture and especially its industrialization of the conquered world (industrial revolution) is dysfunctional and destructive - highly abnormal are its systems it utilizes to govern and to rule over lands, animals and people that are very capable of being self-sufficient. Western industrial civilization to date, has proven itself in a way that we now have planetary degradation, becoming a existential threat to all life on the planet!

To defend it, how ever that maybe, is to rationalize an ever growing cancer that will one day cause death.

top Trajectory

There is no LEADER of HOPE that can change the current trajectory we are on, the progression of degradation that is in motion is now way beyond our control. Every Living Being will suffer and extreme planetary degradation is the future - thank you Western industrial civilization for that revolutionary destiny that you manifested from your sick and selfish, greedy minds.

Your civilizing process is a lie, that you actually believe in!

top Sanctimonious Hypocritical Civilization

Indigenous peoples throughout history have fought and died to resist the forceful encroachment of civilization into their lives. This struggle continues today, as the "uncivilized" are pushed closer and closer to the edge of survival by the "civilized" all over the world, and the Scientific and technological imbalance between us continues to expand and create a sociological divide that renders us unable to understand each other on even a basic level.

top Pachatata Ota - Child of the Brazilian Rainforest

The animal agriculture industry, for obvious reason, connects the entire world to planetary degradation, and all other smaller animal farms are part of the complexity of this dysfunctional system. Human greed for animal products is the plague of the Natural World!... Because of the philosophical worldview of Human Exceptionalism, which influences the way people see and relate to animals and the planet - most consumers of animal products will not understand this and because of deliberate ignorance will openly deny the need to abolish the animal agriculture industry.

Eating MEAT is not a vestige of freedom but a representation of death of the Free-living - The Animals, Tribal Peoples, Insects, Nature and ultimately Earth, have been or are in the process of being destroyed and or commodified!

Commodification is not freedom and i feel that the most simplest of the thinking mind can understand this.

"Human Exceptionalism is the belief that human beings have special status based on their unique capacities, is a false view and has serious consequences because of how we (or at least some of us) conduct ourselves when we view ourselves as members of a distinct species in relation to other species and Earth as a whole". (SB)

The animal agriculture industry is the reason the Brazilian Rainforest is on fire, and the very reason other tribal homelands have been and are in the midst of being destroyed.

top Kayapo Child

Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain, something of equal value must be lost.

top Totok of the Kriny Tribe

My Home is Burning !

top Chief Big Head

The future may not turn out the way people hope it will. I feel industrial civilization will destroy itself, over a certain period of time, living condition will decline, i feel that human industrial civilization will bring about a mass extraction, and those who believe they can survive will sarcome to starvation. Some will die in their underground shelters and if they do survive, they will re-emerge to a barren waste land only to pass it on to their children.

I am extremely pessimistic about humanity's ability to remain honest towards themselves and to other living beings. I find it pointless to argue about the out come of humanity. In my opinion industrialized humanity needs to disappear so that what we have now MAY never happen again. I don't trust anyone and i am the wrong person to talk to about a hope for humanity. See the Amazon this is just the beginning, it's sad and i am very angry, because this is where my people come from. (your theory's are just that - I am disgusted by the way industrial humanity has conducted itself).

I feel it will take a few hundred years of suffering... for all living beings - this is where extinction becomes a blessing.

Currently there are fires burning in different parts of the world. The beginning of the end has started, everything that is happening now all over the world, in the coming future will only get worse!


Invasive Culture
Occupation is Progress
Industry is Supremacy
Mass Human Population
Creating it's own demise!
The Collapse of Industrial Society is Justified Liberation!
Death is Freedom!
Construct of the human imagination.
Time - what ever else we may believe in is a Theoretical Construct.
Time is a theoretical construct created by humans for their own purposes...
In retrospect, I suppose those fanciful stories and imaginative adventures lift humans from the humdrum of everyday life - one measured by mere seconds and minutes and years.
There is one construct of the mind that built the world we live in today - industrial society.
Instead of just living with nature, the human mind constructed the belief that our minds made us far more Superior to other beings, now this industrialized world that was first thought of in the mind of a human, has now become an existential threat to all life on the planet!

I would much rather do as the free-living animals do!