Thanks to The Psychedelic Salon Podcast:
Megatripolis was an innovative, underground London nightclub created by Encyclopaedia Psychedelica editor and founder of the Zippie movement Fraser Clark, partner Sionaidh Craigen and partners JJ and Bugsy as well as a great many others. The club combined New Age ideology with Rave culture to create a vibrant, festival-like atmosphere presenting a wide variety of cross-cultural ideas and experiences. Club nights ran regularly on Thursdays from 1993 until 1996, being the focus of much of the Zippie movement. The club and its related activities also helped to popularise ideas such as cyberculture and the Internet between those years.
This incarnation of the club was at Heaven, under the arches at Charing Cross Station.
“[The wide variety of psychedelic plants] are the way in which the Earth itself is stepping in to aid in the agenda of cultural transformation. There are too many doorways in nature that lead to heaven, there are too many paths to the mystery for any institution or social policy to be able to thwart the intent of the human species to evolve.”
“The smart people who are straight are involved in simply the media management of what has turned into a slow apocalypse, spreading starvation, exacerbated class differences, toxified agriculture, so forth and so on. I don’t believe the Establishment thinks there are solutions. Their policy is basically the management of panic, which is hardly a forward moving approach to the adventure of human civilization.”
“Inside the boundaries of the old paradigm there’s no hope, there’s no way out of the box of capitalism, monogamy, consumer fetishism, egoism, money worship, no way out. No way. No way out!”
“Because this is the world that science built, with the henchmen of capitalism and Christianity.”
“This unique strategy that the advanced primates created, the strategy of using language to bind time, is what the process we call ‘civilization’ has been all about.”
“Cyberspace is the human transition into a mathematical super space where we as a collectivity become optionally a single point of view.”
“The main thing going on in the 20th century is a dissolving of boundaries, all the boundaries that historical civilization put in place.”
“Let’s not underrate cannabis, for cryin’ out loud. Cannabis should be the glue of the community.”
“The obligation on us is to communicate the truth so that it is understood. The belief will take care of itself.”
McKenna Tattoo: www.bodymod.org/