Today, we will take a deep dive into the "woke culture" with Matt Erickson, co-host of Wealth, Power, and Influence podcast and host of his show KingPilled on Youtube. This one will surprise you as Matt goes back literally thousands of years to get to the root and beginning of today's "woke" movement.
* A bit about Matt
* What is wokeism
* Where did the “woke movement” originate
* What are some of the basic principles of wokeism
* How does religion and wokeism intersect
* How religion shapes all forms of cults and culture
* How culture is downstream of religion
* Mysticism and wokeism
Resources and links:
*Prior interview (Episode 68) with Matt: https://www.thesimplelifenow.com/e68/
* Matt’s Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO5dU75bwIN9zLQafpr_Bgw/
* Matt’s Twitter handle: @realkingpilled
* Belong to The Simple Life Insider’s Circle: http://www.thesimplelifenow.com/betterlife
* The Simple Life website: http://www.thesimplelifenow.com
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