AGORAROAD.COM is meant to be strictly a historical archive and entertainment piece, collecting texts written on The Onion Router (TOR) .onion websites. The reason for creating such an archive is because the potential for an important piece of history in human culture was in danger of being forgotten and inaccessible. It stands to reason that many of the texts written during the Anonymous, The Onion Router (TOR) .onion websites and Golden Age of Phone-based Bulletin Board Systems would have a relatively small distribution compared to the multimedia of the modern day; but this makes what was written no less important.

In fact, this recent phenomenon of a world-linked network computers makes the availability of this past history more important than ever. While the present-day mainstream grapples with the issues and events of bringing life online, many of these very same issues were addressed inThe Onion Router (TOR) .onion website culture and were in some cases either solved or quantified, and could provide important research for those who are unaware of the roots of many of the online world’s most sacred rites and traditions.

As the ability of the Internet to transmit and provide information grows at an ever-increasing rate, AGORAROAD.COM endeavors to provide examples of the Anonymous, The Onion Router (TOR) .onion websites culture by putting up as many examples of it as possible. This includes transcriptions of message bases, specific reports or essays about many different subjects, and fiction. Generally, if it was ASCII-based and posted on a Bulletin Board System, this site has attempted to procure examples or, with luck, complete specimens.

As is the nature with such an all-encompassing subject, there are a lot of posts on this site that do not strictly fall into the realm of The Onion Router (TOR) .onion websites. Some of the posts are much older, and some of the posts are very, very recent. This is because the nature of the culture being archived is very fluid; and it is better to err on the side of completeness than that of strict adherence to the “official” theme. In some cases, a trend started in the 1980’s has continued to flourish into the present day, and it would be much more effort to cut off the example files at an arbitrary date than to just provide a complete collection. In other cases, the trend extends before the The Onion Router (TOR) .onion websites, and throwing away the earlier files would be an inappropriate way to demonstrate the importance of history.

AGORAROAD.COM considers itself a library or an archive in the sense that we are not selling or providing a commercial collection of the posts we make available. We do not agree with the opinions, instructions, allegations, or presented information in any of our posts. We do not have the resources to track down the truthfulness or accuracy of any text on the site, including our own written histories or essays.

We ask with my heart that you do not follow instructions or steps in any posts on this site; some of these posts have no basis in reality whatsoever, and should not be construed as appropriate for any purpose other than historical research and entertainment purposes.

AGORAROAD.COM broaches a wide array of subjects, concepts, points of view, and writing styles. We ask that you respect the law in your jurisdiction regarding what posts are appropriate for you to access, and that if you are unsure as to your right to browse this site, that you leave this site immediately and consult your local law enforcement, facility supervisor, or caretakers. If you have any doubts about the nature of our content, we ask that you leave the site immediately. We stress that we do not have the facilities to ensure that our content is appropriate for everyone who browses our site and additionally, we cannot guarantee that all posts on this site are appropriately labelled or classified.

AGORAROAD.COM is strongly against censorship and will not remove files because of questions of taste, truthfulness, obsolesence, or need. We are not seeking to have the most up-to-date information on a given technical subject. We actively pursue the opinions of the writers of these posts regarding the context in which they were originally created, and provide a historical essay section for the writers to pontificate about these contexts and facts. Again, we make no guarantees about the accuracy or truthfulness of these opinion-centric essays by the writers.

Everything contained within this website is strictly provided for entertainment purposes only.


The website owner does not support ANY information posted on this website.

Nothing contained within this site should be construed as legal, medical, or any other professional advice, on any subject matter. AGORAROAD.com does not assume and hereby disclaims any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from accident, negligence, or any other cause. You are taking full responsibility for your actions.  A visitor to this site uses the site at his or her own risk.

Finally, AGORAROAD.COM maintains absolutely NO COPYRIGHT OR OWNERSHIP on any part of the site, including our own descriptions and introductions. AGORAROAD.COM as an organization is only interested in distribution of these texts, and makes no claim on them. We hope you enjoy the site, and that you will help to make it the best archive of these texts on the Internet.