The goal of the podcast is to create a forum for the ideas of futurist, Doctress Neutopia. She believes our species is on the verge of a Lovolution, a non-violent worldwide revolution to build 21 Century ecological cities, arcologies on Earth and in Outer Space. The podcast will work as an acupuncture point—a healing node-- within the Noosphere, the thinking layer of the Earth. The intention behind Lovolution Podcast is to manifest the psychic energy necessary to birth into existence a new global system based on universal human rights. Such a system will rescue us from the threat of global warming, disease, poverty, war, and all the other social ills that are causing our demise.
The content of the show is found through Doctress Neutopia following her bliss. As a Gaian poetess, she will guide our sacred meditations to a world of beauty, love, and truth.
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Doctress Neutopia's peace poem about evolving beyond war. Why not a worldwide armistice on killing each other? Only then, can we begin to come together to tackle global climate change.
One Nation Under Gun
Doctress Neutopia poem written for the 4th of July lists the recent mass shootings in America. The United States has a violent culture that is getting more violent with each passing year. Politicians are in a stalemate about what to do about lethal weapons on the streets and in American homes. photos by Waffles T. Clown
Doctress Neutopia writes a poem about the Canadian fires and smoke blanketing the East Coaster cities of New York City and Washington, DC. She lists the health effects of breathing in such contaminated air.
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The Golden Rule
Doctress Neutopia's poem about the coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla and the neocolonial mindset. How do we free ourselves from the rule of gold?
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Rest in Peace
Doctress Neutopia was inspired to write Rest in Peace in honor of Memorial Day 2023. With the war escalating in Ukraine and the danger that it could become a worldwide nuclear war, things don't look good for the future of humanity. The poem gives us a way out of the imperialistic destructive pattern.
Photo by Jeroen Akkermans, Bucha, Ukraine.