Ethan Indigo Smith ~ Bio

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17933228735909182092Ethan Indigo Smith is the son of a farmer and nurse who was later adopted by artists. Ethan writes towards a peaceful world with a sharp and unique perspective, always following George Orwell’s six rules for writing, mainly #6, “Break any of these rules sooner than say anything outright barbarous.”

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Ethan proudly dropped out of high school, though he later admittedly graduated. He later dropped out of college and the proverbial rat race, moving to the mountains to pursue snowboarding. This led him to pursue tai chi chuan, yoga and meditation. Being a dropout Ethan has been able to honestly observe and present his observations and his many articles have appeared on leading news websites with global audiences as well as several magazines.

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Ethan Smith With DogEthan’s neophyte work is The Complete Patriot’s Guide to Oligarchical Collectivism, published by Progressive Press. In it he explores history, philosophy and activism through an Orwellian lens. The Matrix of Four, The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity, is Ethan’s metaphilosophy on the development of individual consciousness and understanding of collective consciousness.  The metaphilosophy provides insight on meditation as well as political observation through universally shared ideas leading to the portrayal of the righteous rebel archetype as well as the philosophical point of nullisis.

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Down and Out in Mendocino is Ethan’s first fiction piece and one of the first books in the genre of Potfiction. It is a gutbusting traverse through Northern California eccentricity set in and around the coastal village of Mendocino. The scenic misadventure is part hilarity and part mystery concerning a local legend and secret with the potential to set off global ramifications if revealed. The Terraist Letters is Ethan’s second piece of potfiction, this one set in uptown Manhattan.
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It is the story of Sean Enstitue. Ethan was inspired to write it after the Fukushima disaster. The story contrasts nukes and nugs, but it is much more than potfiction. It is the story of the archetypal rebel only set in the new world order, where our postmodern hero is a blunt smoking, high school dropout, graffiti artist, physics hobbyist who believes we are under archon and extraterrestrial invasion. 108 Steps to Be in the Zone is an inspirational exploration of the metaphysical number 108, surfacely symbolic for oneness, nothingness and the infinite. Ethan explores how the sacred number can be utilized to enhance intuition, practice meditation and elaborates 108 steps to develop self and surroundings in the toxic postmodern world.
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Tibetan Fusion describes how to meditate and how to perform the Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation in combination with simple yoga, tai chi and chi gung to enhance and build your energy. It also elaborates on Tummo, a form of psychic yoga. The Little Green Book of Revolution utilizes several American Indigenous ideas to enhance one’s perspective. Ancient concepts and new language combine to illustrate individual power as well as institutional corruption and the five freedoms are elaborated as five points of activism. A Holiday Hazing, Santa Clause Syndrome is an off the wall look at postmodern society that provokes deep thoughts and guttural laughter. Ethan essentially asks, ‘how does lying to impressionable children about the Santa Claus story affect them?’ His answer damns the secular Santa story line and many cherished institutions, including, arguably, the liquid science of psychiatry.

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