Through the myth of fossil fuels, according to which hydro carbons constitute the origin of petroleum, the classic pacifist slogan 'No Blood for Oil' can be connected to the petropolitics of porphyrin. According to Thomas Gold, the fact of the existence of porphyrin in both blood and oil has been manipulated to bolster the validity of fossil fuels theory. For advocates of the myth of fossil fuels, porphyrin is evidence of a common lineage, the hydrocarbon. And the equation of blood and oil — the assumption that blood is the price of oil — can only be grounded on the impoverishing theory of finite fossil fuels or the production of oil from organic matter. Oil pacifists support the totalitarian poverty of oil through the myth of porphyrin (fossil traditionalism) they accept.
Reza Negarestani, Cyclonopedia
In terms of Earth, the Holocaust of Freedom can be attained by engineering the corpse of solidus through installing ungrounding machines at molecular levels that exhume (ex + humus: un-ground) the earth from within and without, turning it into a vermicular and holey composition whose strata (The Economy of Solidus) is not dismantled but convoluted at each level of its own formation and composition. Earth is incapacitated, no longer capable of running its stratifying and grounding functions; instead it is charged with engi neering the corpse of solidus, or. in a Lovecraftian sense, a worm-infested body exhumed by worming processes and vermiculating machines. Survival is blind ness; but blindness is destined to be trapped by strategies and manipulations which are beyond the tactical sphere of command and control. It is through survival (the incapacity of the solid to reject the void) that solid participates in ungrounding itself.
Cyclonopedia, Reza Negarestani, p58