R. Bretminster Fullofit
6 min readSep 14, 2021


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  • Across and beyond all innovations
  • Holistic experience
  • Transparadigmatic
  • Omnicentric Mind
  • Supernatural-like Special Effects


This is a series of articles highlighting the core conception architectures (strategy, infrastructure, branding, narrative, energetic, social, technological, economic, gamification, etc and spiritual) which stand under the vehicle of Togetherland.

Welcome to Togetherland
The Greatest Show Is Earth
Applied Nonduality & Conscious Evolution
Post Quantum Innovation


Jai Hudes and Xthegame

There is a tapestry of collective eXperience we can now co-create which transcends (and blurs) boundaries like those (for example) between fact and fiction, between reality and imagination, between what is and illusion. Every single material we use, all the ways we ‘do things’, can be perceived as a medium.

Therefore, for us, this tapestry is a synergy of Mediums and what I have called Transmedium Production. A stone synergy soup where all beings can contribute towards our planetary feast instead of the prevailing famine (on all levels).

Peter Diamandis

“If you announce something above the line of super credibility, people will say: ‘Oh my god, that’s amazing. When is it going to happen?’ If I said, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson and Larry Page all just partnered and they are building a private mission to Mars [people would again respond] Oh my god, that’s amazing, finally.” Diamandis continued to describe the VIP powerhouses that he secured to surround him on stage for the announcement. “I don’t have one astronaut, I have twenty astronauts standing on stage with me, I have the head of NASA, the head of the FAA and the Lindbergh family with me on stage, announcing this 10 million dollar prize. Did I have any money? No. But around the world it was front page news…and it was for me a huge risk.” From Article by Luke Allheart

Our reality is about to undergo a shift that is no less seismic than the discovery of psychotechnologies like literacy and numeracy, and innovations like the harnessing of fire and electromagnetic energy. In fact, the Transmedium Paradigm may be likened to a Revolution and may very well be the end of history and the birth of a new story so magnificent that it is nearly indescribable with words alone.

Across and Beyond


In this brief essay, trans + medium refers to “going across and beyond,” + “the materials that are used to create a work of art,” as well as “an agency or means of doing something”, and “the intervening substance through which sensory impressions are conveyed or physical forces are transmitted.”

It should be noted as well, that, Transmedium can be defined as a psychic who crosses between the natural and supernatural.

The plural of medium is media, some are familiar with the term ‘Transmedia’ when referring to a set or collection of multiple mediums.


In current times, many people use the term ‘Transmedia’ to allude to:

a narrative or project that combines multiple media forms. A transmedia project may combine many different types of prints or prose text, graphics and animation, or work across multiple platforms, such as different types of social media platforms, interactive websites or advertising outlets.

Or another example:

Transmedia storytelling is the practice of designing, sharing, and participating in a cohesive story experience across multiple traditional and digital delivery platforms — for entertainment, advertising and marketing, or social change.

In popular culture and industry, people clearly associate ‘Transmedia’ with digital and communication technologies as these terms have generally come to be linked with (if not synonymous with) Transmedia. As explored in this article, there are also links between Transmedia and the work of Marshall McLuhan, an acclaimed theoretician and philosopher of the 20th century, who “pioneered some of the theory around analyzing both the medium, and the message that is transmitted through it.”


not conforming to established patterns, styles, etc

In the spirit of mashing up and ‘remixing’ McLuhan, futurism, crossing boundaries, innovation, art, transmedia storytelling and the aforementioned definitions of trans + medium, I share the following re-hash and definition and distinctions in how Transmedium is being applied as a concept within Togetherland:

Transmedium production is the practice of designing, sharing, and participating in a cohesive reality experience across multiple mediums and technologies — for the integration of social change, entertainment, conscious evolution, and planetary scale cooperation.

We are interested in pioneering, with others, paradigms that transcend and include status quo Transmedia. These paradigms, I will be calling Transmedium Productions. The reason I add ‘production’ is to allude to the nature of ‘making’ and analogies (related but not limited to) with film, theatre and music in the case of Togetherland which is like those predecessors in many ways as well as different in vast new ways.

Let’s look at a brief compare and contrast set of points for Transmedia and Transmedium:

8 Elements of Transmedia Story Telling

Telling a story

Using a variety of story forms

across multiple media platform

Within a unified storyworld

Encourages audience participation

Embedded game mechanics

A social experience

Designed for multiple levels of engagement

8 Elements of Transmedium Production

Living a story

Using a variety of innovations

Across and beyond any and all mediums

Within a holographic storyworld

Audience, Cast, Crew united and unique

Embedded game mechanics

Holistic experience

Designed for multiple levels of worldview

With the current and upcoming innovations in biotech, internet tech, governance, education, physics, art, communication, and the infinite varieties of materials and means of doing things across all known disciplines (material, spiritual, psychological, emotional, etc), we are likely to be nearing a singularity event of limitless creativity and possibility.


  • Governance — means of governing
  • Economics — means of producing goods
  • Science — means of studying nature
  • Business — means of commercial activity
  • etc


Buckminster Fuller once said:

We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims

This statement by Fuller, this notion, and what it represents is one of the central themes which stands under Togetherland, and Transmedium Productions.

With all of the aforementioned in mind, let’s examine this quote from Jane McGonigal, a futurist and gamification pioneer, also a central theme which stands under Togetherland and Transmedium Production:

… we don’t try to predict the future, that’s really hard and not that productive. What we try to do instead is understand the materials of the future because if you understand the materials of the future you can help shape the future, and that’s way more important than trying to predict the future; building a best case scenario future that we believe in and building the world we want to live in, that’s what understanding the future is all about…

With the present planetary wave of integrating ‘science’ and ‘spirit’ and the integration in general across disciplines into a whole systems perspective through comprehensive anticipatory design science, we notice that (alluding to but going beyond Transmedia) we can combine not only multiple media forms but also endless forms of materials/mediums (consciousness and subjectivity included). Furthermore on this note, I share the thoughts of Cybershaman Adah Parris (from her Medium article titled Escaping Plato’s Cave) because I believe it is essential to inhabit the point of view she is inviting here, to understand ‘technology’ as a form of medium as well. These things: mediums, materials, technologies… are all deeply intertwined if not essentially pointing at the same phenomena:

A pattern is emerging, one in which many in Western society are looking for a new religion, with various technologies as a means of escaping our current versions of Plato’s Cave. In this current era of The Fourth (or Fifth depending on your perspective) Industrial Revolution, the word technology has become synonymous with digital technology. However, if we examine the etymology of the word;

‘technology’ … originates from “a discourse or treatise on an art or the arts,” from Greek tekhnologia “systematic treatment of an art, craft, or technique,”

… then we can expand our perception of what constitutes a technology.

Some are choosing quantum and digital technologies (computing), plant technologies (psychedelics, plant medicine), metaphysical technologies (sound vibrations, energy fields), theological technologies (religion, faith and belief systems) to explore and understand our own identities, our relationships with our environments and how we relate to and connect with others.

If we choose to accept the above as a truism, then technology is a medium, art, craft or technique that helps us to explore and expand our curiosity, to play, to innovate, to solve problems and to create new stories and realities.

What we are also seeing is that there is a greater merging of the exploration and use of these technologies and their traditionally associated characteristics. For example, emotion, empathy, intuition and consciousness introduced in the quest to see where quantum and digital technologies can (or should) take us. We already have many examples of this merging to tell impactful and stories from different perspectives.



R. Bretminster Fullofit

Agent-Eccentric Evocauteur *Guerilla Ontologist* *Visionary Troubadour* *Rebel Without A First Cause* *Star of 'Unbreakable Spirit'* *Performance Artivist*