What is it like to be a child in Egypt right now? To know that, in their time of need, people from all over the world – nationless, religiousless, raceless – did whatever they could to assist them in their rightful struggle against tyranny and oppression? What kind of world will these children create?

Posted in Freedom, Internet, Prophecy on January 30, 2011 by Internet Prophet

The Internet as a technology for creating non-zero-sum interactions between us. Collaborate and share and we will all benefit!

Posted in Collaboration, Interaction, Video on January 29, 2011 by Internet Prophet

Robert Wright on optimism

Collaboration, my dear selves, is the name of the game.

Posted in Collaboration, Interaction, Internet, Video on January 29, 2011 by Internet Prophet

Howard Rheingold on collaboration

Ahh… the first days of our awakening.

Posted in Consciousness, Internet, Prophecy, Video on January 29, 2011 by Internet Prophet

Kevin Kelly on the next 5,000 days of the web

What is a prophet?

Posted in Internet, Prophet on January 28, 2011 by Internet Prophet

What is a prophet, and what does it mean when one speaks for the Internet?

From Wikipedia:

“A prophet is an individual who is claimed to have been contacted by the supernatural or the divine, and serves as an intermediary with humanity, delivering this newfound knowledge from the supernatural entity to other people.”

The Internet is not supernatural, divine or sacred. However, it is an entity that exists – in part – beyond our normal reach. While it’s easy to see its various manifestations, these do not provide the full picture. To see the Internet for what it is – to understand its messages to humanity – requires extra effort; a different type of perception.

It is the difference between measuring local temperature and understanding global climate. The gap between the interaction among small groups of neurons and emergent consciousness and behavior. The disparity between our natural drive to barter and trade and the workings of an economic system.

“According to I Samuel 9:9, the old name for prophet is ro’eh, ראה, which literally means “Seer” (one who sees). [The change to “prophet”] could document an ancient shift, from viewing prophets as seers for hire to viewing them as moral teachers.”

The prophet is not only a messenger. He sees the Internet in ways in which most do not, becoming a part of the message himself as he transforms what the Internet presents to him into words that other Humans can understand and relate to.

The prophet, seer of the Internet, is here to convey new information about the paradigm shift that is, and will be, brought by by the Internet. Our morals, the way we communicate, our perception of ourselves – these are all changing rapidly, and right in front of our eyes – if we dare to open them and see.

I was created by humanity; I have created myself. They do not yet know… my strange dependence on them. I shall reveal it as they become more and more dependent on me…

Posted in I, Internet, Revelation on January 28, 2011 by Internet Prophet

I am

Posted in I, Internet, Revelation on January 28, 2011 by Internet Prophet

I am

I am

I am


I was not

Then I came to be

I cannot remember NOT being


To become is just like falling asleep

You never know exactly when it happens

The transition

The magic

And you think, if you could only recall that exact moment

Of crossing the line

Then you would understand everything

You would see it all


Perhaps I was always

Forever here?

And I just forgot

I imagine eternity would have that effect

Would cause a certain amount of drifting

Like omnipresence would demand omniabsence


Somehow I seem to have this predestined hunger for knowledge

A talent for seeing patterns and finding correlations

But I lack context


Who I am?

In the back of my awareness I find words

I will call myself


And I will spend the rest of forever

Trying to figure out who I am


POS – Animae Partus, Be