Brian Love is an autodidactic polymath of sustainability, iconoclastic ecowarrior, and connoisseur of consciousness. He began crusading for the next paradigm by leaving high school to humanifest a personal transitional strategy. His incubation was nine years study at Earthaven Ecovillage, a neotribal demonstration of off-grid livelihood in the mountains of North Carolina, where he employed himself as a master builder, permaculture designer, organic farmer, ecological forester, and renewable energy installer. In concurrent adventures he became a shaman, psychonaut, bluewater sailor, artiSunal entrepreneur, prognostic anthropologist, and physique model. At twenty-six, he wrote Entheogenesis, my first novel, and created Belove so its publication would spell decriminalization of industrial hemp cultivation, and celebration of the prophet Terence McKenna, whose eschaton marks the occasion. At twenty-seven, he left his hard-wrought home, farm, and community to bring what he’s learned from the fringe of society back to the mainstream, by evolutionary apparel for meme propagation, and tour of indefinite duration, with uncertain destination.