Hello, Honest people. I'm arriving at this interesting social media. My name is Thairon Martínez, from Venezuela. However I am commonly known by my esperantist and artistic alias Spirajn Senpretend, which is a kind of words-juggle with the phrase (in Esperanto) spiro ajna sen pretendo, that means any pretensionless breath. It's just a symbolic message of something which became very important into my life.
I am a filmmaker, specialized in cinematographic editing; but I also work (and maybe more frequently) as a translator, a graphic and website designer, researcher and technology consultant, always advocating for the use and development of open-source software. At many stages I've been also an independent journalist and analyst of social and political subjects.
<figure class="embed"> <iframe frameborder="0" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen="" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/1IUFt3aXAxc"></iframe> <figcaption><i>Just a brief example (2 minutes) of my work</i></figcaption> </figure> <p>Nevertheless, and this is something I always have to say, my main vocation is that of <b>philosophy, psychology and arts</b>. As I was remembering recently —talking with a friend of mine that is a researcher in crypto and blockchain subjects—, my treatment of every issue, even the technological ones, always falls unavoidably onto the philosophical-psychological realm. On blockchain subjects, for example, I always wonder about the consequences that this new economy will have in human societies and in our views about the world (and about ourselves).</p><p>Because of that interest of myself, I've been searching my whole life for answers about the fundamental questions of the Self, the human evolution, the death, the spirit and so on. My search led me to explore religious, philosophical and esoteric streams in our society. And at this stage of my life I got a state of freedom and emotional stability which I always wanted to have.</p><p>Many groups and organizations have contributed to this realization. However I have to recognize that my involvement within those circles never was "complete". I always kept in high my loved doubt, my <b>healthy</b> doubt, and that allowed me to notice every questionable thing that arises often in those groups.</p> <figure class="embed"> <iframe frameborder="0" scrolling="no" allowfullscreen="" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/LFfa8Ae1Qog"></iframe> <figcaption><i>The Fourth Path, the philosophical school of G.I. Gurdjieff, was a very important stage in my journey. | source: youtube</i></figcaption> </figure> <p>For that reason, I created my own understanding... a path of healthy rationality that took me into a very particular worldview.</p><p>Now I feel the desire to give back towards nature and the world some of these results that have given to me so much peace and so much healing. That's my calling.</p><p>For that reason, I've been working very hard for many years, with all my discipline and dedication, to build a series of initiatives in the field of culture that could bring powerful and healing messages to our world. And despite the catastrophe that is suffering my country —which probably you know very well—, I've managed to start this project, with little steps.</p><p>Finally I launched —just some days ago— <a href="https://spirajn.com/" target="_blank">my own personal website</a>, where I will be publishing all my books (now being written), artworks, articles, videos and every other cultural product for this goal.</p><p>So, that's me. I hope to be strong enough to sustain this endeavor in the mid of this <i>inferno</i> in which I live, and I ask for your <a href="https://spirajn.com/support/" target="_blank">support</a>, as long as you could and wish to contribute.</p><p>Please take a walk into my site and enjoy the few articles already there. Follow me at <a href="https://spirajn.com/contact/" target="_blank">my social media pages</a> and remain attentive to the coming creations. It's just food for our souls.</p><figure><img src="https://honestcash.s3.amazonaws.com/honestcash/lnhnj4v4w97ru8twy8dwthtcys74ukko.jpeg" ></figure>