Published September 1, 2002
by Sky Books (NY) .
Written in English
|Contributions||Peter Moon (Foreword), Joseph Matheny (Compiler)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||187|
Media. The original interactive ebook: On Print: Amazon (exclusively). Digital: Kindle or Free. Audiobook: A professional version of The Incunabula Papers: Ong’s Hat and Other Gateways to New Dimensions is currently available for , and , see the free version below, The Incunabula Papers- Platinum 20 Year Anniversary Audio Book Edition. The book, titled "Ong's Hat: The Beginning," claims that the area had cult ties and was the site of a bloody standoff between the U.S. government and cult members responsible for creating the portal. Those who survived the raid now live in an alternate dimension. While I may not be a believer, this story is certainly interesting. The Ong conspiracy, cover up and internet hoax. Author of the first book about Ong’s Hat, (which was published in the ’s, and covered it’s mysterious past), Henry Charlton Beck was pressured by “unknown” sources to claim his book as a work of ” fiction “. The Incunabula Papers/Ong's Hat was, or is, a "many-threaded, open-ended interactive narrative" that "weds an alternate history of chaos science and consciousness studies to conspiracy theories, parallel dimensions, and claims that computer-mediated environments can serve as magical tools. the documents provoked a widespread "immersive legend-trip" in the late s:
From what's available online, it looks like writer Joseph Matheny was the first to investigate the events at Ong's Hat, and published a book called Ong's Hat: The Beginning. He'd managed to do quite a bit of investigation, and even recorded an audio interview that he did with two young men who had grown up on the ashram. The following, more recent, history of Ong’s Hat and its mysterious inter-dimensional portal can be found in a book entitled “Ong’s Hat: The Beginning.” The author of the book, Joseph Matheny, is coy as to whether he intended the work as fact or fiction. A Hat, a Hut, or a Tavern: The Tale of Ong’s Hat It all started with a road map of New Jersey. A little north of the Red Lion Circle, in the heart of the Burlington County Pine Barrens, the map depicted a tiny hamlet marked with the unusual name of “Ongs Hat.”. The Sorting Hat is famous at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for many reasons. It holds the important responsibility of determining a new student’s house and also creates its own songs that it sings to the whole student body at the beginning of each .
Ong's Hat, or The Incunabula Papers, is a conspiracy theory that arose on the early internet. Combining cutting edge science, mysticism, and . By Joseph Matheny "Ong's Hat was more of an experiment in transmedia storytelling than what we would now consider to be an ARG but its DNA - the concept of telling a story across various platforms and new media- is evident in every alternate reality game that came after." - . Ong's Hat was one of the earliest Internet-based secret history conspiracy theories created as a piece of collaborative fiction (aka Incunabula) by four core individuals, although the membership propagating the tale changed over time. WATCH "Miffy" Children's Story Here: ?v=CUY_44xjoNs&list=UUTZuE2EDxXhR9yQpeU-wl1A A character known as "Sam I Am" pesters an unn.