Morituri Ranch West

Many people don’t like to talk about death. We understand. This strange death obsessed culture has ironically made the eventuality of death a taboo subject. We think it’s time we opened up about it, because nobody gets out of here alive.

This is an imagining of The Land Office a project of the Imaginal Services Bureaux which is in turn a project of Cooperation Humboldt. We are imagining the most just use of property for sale in Humboldt County. This is a work of art. You can read our Principles or just read on…

The blossoming of palliative care and hospice (especially in Humboldt County) brings us such joy. No longer does the end of life need to mean long stays in a hospital and enormous bills. We envision a future where we all support this transitional care because… we’re all gonna need it sometime!

That’s right. This is a transition, baby. Just like from the beforelife to living, from living to the afterlife needs a helping hand, a guide if you will. And we’re not talking Charon ferrying you across the river Styx. The folks who do this work are normal people, not mythical immortals.

But they do some pretty special work.

8028 Centerville Road in Ferndale, California from above

Yes that is the ocean to the West…

This 19 bedroom palace has everything a live in staff will need to guide the next group on their way to the next realm. Chefs prepare what could be your last meal. Staff set up your last game of go. Drivers shuttle you for your last walk on the nearby beach. It’s a beautiful place to say goodbye!

And don’t worry about your final resting place. A nearby grove of trees is a forest of burial pods — where your body will decompose into the roots of a tree. Other options are available, but who wouldn’t want to be a tree in your next life?

8028 Centerville Road in Ferndale, California view

Off into the great beyond…

One last thing. This place is not just for the wealthy. Most folks want to stay home with family, but sometimes there are situations in which a person transitioning out of this life needs a place to do this work. This place is for those without to feel the embrace of community as they rejoin the swirling mystery of eternity. No Obol needed…

Extended material and more perks are available for Patrons. Please contact us to start a conversation about how you can support The Land Office of the Imaginal Services Bureaux.

Here are some links to the background material:

Assessor’s Map currently unavailable… 🙁



This group makes the transition easier:

These folks have been companions in the journey for decades:

Previously was 2104 Second Street in Eureka, California.

Next is 430 N Street in Eureka, California.