I ask him if the plot will be completely new. Hull replies that it will be timeless. Where will it take place? "I can say that it's not local, and not on the internet." I ask if it will involve technology, and he tells me, "The technologies we're using are the same ones they used to build the pyramids." Aliens? "Yes. Ancient alien technologies." (This is the first and only time in our conversation that Hull sounds less than serious, though I wouldn't put aliens past him).
I ask him when this new experience will launch. "Oh, it's already out. It's secretly been out for a long, long time. I think it is going to proliferate hugely, just by remaining a secret."
Can he at least offer any clues?
"I have already given the clues."
"I can't really talk about that right now. I told you this would be cryptic."
The Jejune Institute
The Jejune Institute is still lurking around:
Tags: conspiracies, religion, sf
You know, I might be perfectly happy if "weird mystery conspiracy religion" replaces all other forms of organized belief on this planet. It can't be appreciably worse than the alternative.
Agnosticism is the fastest growing religious self-description.
I'm glad someone is finally taking responsibility for the performance art known as GWB.
That's so: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btDqtCGIgGY
I may or may not have intel on ancient alien technologies...
I shall email you.
/former nscp bad attituder