I share scenes from Lancaster (PA), Havre de Grace (PA), Washington D.C., and a lot more.

If you are enjoying Babylon Road, you may like the book adaption American Pilgrim, which goes into greater detail about my trip across America. Click here to learn more.

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  1. epijpij July 22, 2019 at 7:03 pm

    You seem to be burnout. Like you´re tired. Rest for a while.

  2. Johnny Daniels July 22, 2019 at 9:40 pm

    Roosh, I think there’s a transgender film based off of you it’s called The sex trip

    The character has a pick up book and is the pick up artist just like you it sounds really familiar.

  3. WyattNotQuiet July 23, 2019 at 2:14 am

    In your exhaustion Roo$h you missed what was right in front of you as usual..

    The District of Columbia to the Havre de Grace to the Lan-caster..
    Just random place names… right? ;-/

    Perhaps you noticed these on your trip?


    Just pretty pictures.. right?

    If you connected the origins and meaning of all the places you have visited more than a “Road of Babylon” you would instantly comprehend the “mystery of women” and why America is ending.

    Like with Tesla it is NOT what it appears, or is claimed to be.

    Get OFF the road as soon as you can and start researching at home.. you will have a true direction; and you will feel better eventually.

    Good luck 😉

    1. MCG00 July 23, 2019 at 3:49 am

      On your “get off the road” suggestion: It’s true most travellers have a sense of place according to their road maps. A otr trucker thinks he knows what the US looks like but his perspective is from the road grid view. Here’s a challenge for any road traveller: go off the road you’re on and out of your vehicle. Go into the woods until you hear no manmade noises and then turn around three times with your eyes closed. With no grid and no map, can you tell where you are or which direction you are facing? Have you any instinct or sense whatsoever of location? You will realize that most modern travellers and even truckers with millions of highway miles haven’t seen nothing yet. All they know is the road grid view of everything. In this sense most people are unfortunately still locked into the grid. Animals have a sense of direction that is superior to the typical GPS dependent human. In the wilderness animals could run circles around a domesticated human like a Russian Sukhoi 30 doing the Purgochev’s Cobra dance around an F15.


    2. Mike July 23, 2019 at 9:02 pm

      What is your etymology resource for US place names?

  4. June Showers July 23, 2019 at 6:22 pm

    When you say “I’m worried about falling asleep” that is incredibly lame.

    My 80-year old grandmother drives across the US by herself, just for the heck of it, every 2 years. Has a blast.

    European tourists camp their way across the US all the time.

    The average trucker drives across the US every 2 weeks.

    Surely a 40 year old healthy egotistical guy like you can do the same without all this fucking drama. Jesus. Get a fucking job and stop pumping out these lame self-pitying videos and books that nobody buys except the sub-80 IQ morons who populate your lame ass site.

  5. Kevin McCabe July 24, 2019 at 10:56 am

    Hey man your trip to monastery was a great idea. Well done.

  6. Rajah July 26, 2019 at 3:59 pm

    Well, Roosh. As you move into and through your personal conversion experience, the most important thing to happen to you in this life to date – the gamma males are here, not quite “in force” as there are like two of them. But they are noticed due to the paucity of posts. They come, with their snark, gaslighting … to discourage you. They speak for who knows who. Or perhaps we do know, as they speak for the father of discouragement – since you have begun a journey towards the light, and that means with your back turned on the darkness. And that means your back turned on them, the pathetic gamma males.

    I am enjoying your travelogue, and more importantly, your writings and words NOW – as I discovered your blog just as you began your turn away from the dissipated life. The message to those that embraced sexual tourism, its trappings is simple: they too can turn away, make a more meaningful journey. A faith journey – with you as an example.

    Or not. Their choice, but their collective tone here – noting again the few people we are speaking on – points up that they are staying back in the land you have left. Do not be discouraged, stay strong and keep moving. We have so many years in this life, conversion is a gift from God. The more they speak against your faith journey, the more THEY show how real it is.

    1. Jon July 30, 2019 at 7:54 pm

      The “everyoneIhateisagammamale” alpha crew.

    2. Anti-Gnostic July 30, 2019 at 8:29 pm

      “I am enjoying your travelogue, and more importantly, your writings and words NOW – as I discovered your blog just as you began your turn away from the dissipated life.”

      Yet, Roosh has constant reminders about his past life on his webpage. If he was serious about this spiritual journey, he would shutter this blog and renounce Game. Much like Heartiste who went the Alt Right route because he bled the Game turnip dry, Roosh is charting the EXACT course.

  7. Zachary S Trent July 28, 2019 at 6:17 pm

    Although Lancaster certainly isn’t southern—geographically or culturally—this video exemplifies a few of the many reasons I chose to leave rural Appalachia (where my family has resided for over 200 years) for Europe. In the south you are either surrounded by generic American degeneracy, or Protestant evangelicals who largely identify as Christians because of their neoconservative political beliefs (rather than the other way around).

    If we would’ve remained in the U.S., we planned on raising our children in a city. Being confronted with homosexuality and American culture in general, while teaching your children to resist it, will forge them in fire. Being exposed to evil takes the allure and excitement away, which children who are isolated from it for their entire lives more frequently fall prey to.

    In addition to that, larger cities always contain traditional communities and like-minded individuals simply by virtue of their population. It’s difficult to find traditional Catholics or Orthodox Christians in rural Tennessee, for instance, but easy as pie to find them in Cincinnati or Chicago or Boston. The broader cultural ethos in such places is undoubtedly “worse,” but one can always take refuge in their community and be even more capable of confronting evil directly. Furthermore, a good classical education for your children at a Catholic or Orthodox school is much easier to find in larger metros; homeschooling or poor public schools were our only options in rural TN.

  8. John Davis July 28, 2019 at 6:29 pm

    I’d be weary of calling people—especially us Americans—true conservatives simply because they vote conservative. More often than not, American conservatives are simply classical liberals who worship at the altar of the Constitution and low taxes (i.e. neoconservatives). Lest we forget that Trump is an pseudo-evangelical Zionist, serial adulterer, and loves to pander to homosexuals. True conservatism isn’t represented by any American political party, though Republicans are certainly the lesser of two evils as they are at least anti-abortion; I hesitate to cal them “pro-life because they have zero issue with artificial contraception.