Maroon in the Deepest Darkness of the Ultimate Nightmare Abyss
with Zero HP Lovecraft
Episode 1 — On the Passage Prize, Literacy, Metaphysics, and Elitism.
Episode 2 — On who we are and how we fight, Capitalism, Communism, and Managerialism
Episode 3 — A difficult conversation about race in America; human biodiversity, the genealogy of morals.
Episode 4 — Toward a Functionalist Understanding of Religion
Episode 5 — Toward a Functionalist Understanding of Religion, pt. 2: The American Civic Religion
Episode 6 — Toward a Functionalist Understanding of Religion, pt 3: The Possibility of Christo-Nietzschean Synthesis
Guess what? I don’t give a flying fuck what you think about the voice changer. Don’t like it, don’t listen. That’s why there are transcripts.
I can also be found on Telegram.
Thanks for reading Zero HP Lovecraft! Subscribe for free to instantly die.
All of my appearances on Other People’s Podcasts (OPP)
A full reading of The Gig Economy
W/ MedGold — AI, Deepfakes, TradCaths, Sexbots, and Why She Could Lose Weight
“The TRUTH Behind the Great Happening” — MK Ultra Money
“Men and Women in the Age of Acceleration” — Kaschuta
“The Horrors in Waiting” — Agora
“ZERO HP LOVECRAFT” — Ironside
“The Return of Zero HP Lovecraft” — Kaschuta
“Down the God-Shaped Hole” — New Write
“W/ Zero HP Lovecraft” — UNCOMMON with Chance Lunceford
“Art, Horror, and Culture” with Auron Macyntire
“Zero HP Lovecraft” — Astral Flight Simulation
“Horrorism and Culture” — Both/And
“The Horror of Acceleration” — Other Life with Justin Murphy
“Is BAP a problem?” — Break the Rules, Zero HP Lovecraft vs. Some Dorky Stoner
The New Tlön — an essay I wrote for The American Mind re: Curtis Yarvin
“King of the Weird” — Countere (Interview, text only)
The Eternal Current Year — A collection of images which attempt to capture the zeitgest
A Dialog with DC Miller about the nature of left and right:
Very noice. I fully support looking at religion as a tool, I mean if lets say members of a certain religion seem like they generally are able to build a better society etc, or have greater outcomes in life then non-members, then practicing it only makes logical sense, after all its what works.
Like a decade ago when I was on self-improvement pill, I remember coming across a community of former scientologists, who went "ok the whole Xenu stuff is ridiculous, but we would like to preserve the TECH" (TECH is their word for basically lifehacks).. Coz you can't argue that when looking at the outcomes of many practicing scientologists, whatever ridiculous psychological tricks or self-hypnosis they use it somewhat works, just look at all the top earning actors etc...
Or to take another thing a Mormon church, its finally succumbing now in the smartphone era, \they held out the longest from all religious communities, and kept their women in check much longer than any other community that dont go full amish or full taliban. Their women married young and were generally happy, the prohibition on substance abuse is a net positive, and imho their success at business is also due to Mormon church providing a safety net so people are not afraid to try and fail at business until they succeed.
So in my opinion religion works to provide better outcomes for the community and to less extent individually (But even individually one needs a working community for success), or at least worked until invention of smartphones and social media. With social media now its completely uncharted territory, coz it revealed true nature of women that seemed like a myth to lots of just a few years ago..
Lmao, ZHP doesn't give a fuck!