An ironic twist to the localization movement throughout Cascadia, the Plastique Sea is a moving permaculture experiment, a bobbing and rolling decentralized government with a flag and a rowdy group chant. SeaOccupy? The Plastique Sea Barge Tribe is another example of community initiation in the post-Transition era.
“How do we make our share of Cascadian Barterbucks?”
The Cascadia Funnel and the Last 3 Eras on Earth.New Myth 25 by Willi Paul, openmythsource.com
“To our ancient ancestors, the end of the great cycle was for all intents and purposes, the end of time. Astronomers and sages throughout history could only dream of being alive at this time….” — Scott Lampman, writing in New Global Mythology Group
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Verg Han has a perplexed look on his face as he returns to his sleepy daughter and their home made yurt from his regular community elders meeting
Noah’s honey rust fortress ("junk yard permaculture").
New Myth #21
by Willi Paul, openmythsource.com
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Noah’s camp is more like an ameba, built with multiple rings: gnarly steel and mashed-down upholstery;
a food forest ring, junk cars, then the commons. A semi-chaotic, semi-integrated / biodegraded
ecosystem with bees and honey.
Journey to Cascadia:
Building a New Global Mythology
Willi Paul, openmythsource.com © 2012
Designed & Produced for the 2012 Study of Myth Symposium
“Mapping Future Myths for the Transition” Work Shop
I N D E X
New Myth #17: Shamanator & the Cob Fire Hearts
The Road to Cascadia
New Global Mythology Model (version 1.0) Overview & Detail
The Mythic Elements
[A] The Five New Alchemies and their Transmutations
 Sound: Rock Music
Permaculture and the Bios Factory (A Transition Buckle) New Myth 24 by Willi Paul,openmythsource.com
The Cascadia Tribal Council began transforming the broke and broken rural prison system into the Permaculture Bios System soon after WA, OR and NorCal left the United States for independence.
The leaders designed a way to not simply let all of the inmates go free but to offer them a valuable transition and survival course as a re-entry into the post-carbon landscape. Cascadia choose rural prisons