Loxodrome facilitates the linkage among hypermodern societies and premodern settlements

THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED DUE TO PERMANENT TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES

IF YOU WERE  AFFECTED BY LOXODROME, PLEASE WRITE TO JOHNSON, GARCIA AND STIGLITZ, PARTNERS AT LAW, DUBLIN, IRELAND 

Loxodrome is a joint technological project between the Gigirey Foundation and the MIT Media Lab which goal is to connect the present and the most ancient traditions rooted in our fears and desires: nodes across time, space, and ideology in hypermodern societies with atavic processes from the dawn of time. In an era where people, culture, and values in our environment change constantly, links break, deteriorate, creating societal voids that ultimately maximize pain and despair. Loxodrome re-connects them in permanent and unexpected ways, opening the path for healing, magic, and the unknowable.  
 
Gigirey Foundation has generously funded this project since 1969. 

 

Loxodrome facilitates 

 

linking nodes

 

in hypermodern societies