How Soon Is Now? with Daniel Pinchbeck

Host Daniel Pinchbeck explores ecology, politics, spirituality, technology, and social change. This podcast looks at our current world and proposes new ideas and solution-oriented approaches to the problems facing us. Daniel is the author of "Breaking Open The Head," "2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl", "How Soon Is Now?", and "When Plants Dream". He co-hosts
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Jul 31, 2018

A conversation with Brittany Kaiser, formerly an executive at the infamous Cambridge Analytica and a co-founder at Digital Asset Trade Association where she is developing legislation around Blockchain. A human rights advocate who worked for the Obama campaign, Kaiser has been outspoken about her time at Cambridge Analytica, where she saw how the use of personal data from Facebook tilted the last election. She is building a movement for people to gain control over their personal data, which Blockchain-based technology can facilitate. The discussion was recorded at The Assemblage NoMad in the Spring of 2018. 

Jul 24, 2018

A conversation with Sterlin Lujan, communications director at and a "relational anarchist" who wants a free society without government controls. We explore the future of Bitcoin, blockchain, and Libertarian ideals. The talk was recorded in Mykonos, Greece, in July 2018, after the Villa Illumina Conference on "Crypto and Consciousness." 

Jun 28, 2018
In this episode of How Soon Is Now, Daniel Pinchbeck speaks with Bruce Parry, formerly the host of the well known BBC show Tribe, where he listed indigenous cultures around the world and lived with them. Parry has just released a new film, Tawai, which focuses on the meaning of indigenous traditions and the quest for deeper states of awareness and consciousness. Recorded at The Assemblage, a co-working and co-living community based in New York City.  
Jun 25, 2018

Daniel Pinchbeck speaks with Peter Joseph, director of Zeitgeist and its sequels. Joseph's Zeitgeist was as the "red pill" for a generation, leading millions to question the basic story of their culture. His new book, The New Human Rights Movement, proposes that our current economic system is inherently destructive and offers a set of compelling solutions. Joseph's ideas are fascinating and the book is a must read! Recorded at The Assemblage, a co-working and co-living community based in New York City

May 18, 2018

Daniel speaks with comedian Reggie Watts live at The Assemblage. 

Mar 5, 2018

Part Two of Daniel's conversation with Bitcoin/Blockchain Legend Brock Pierce. 

Mar 5, 2018

Daniel speaks with Bitcoin Legend & Blockchain Entrepreneur Brock Pierce.