In the much-anticipated follow-up to her critically-acclaimed, Word Up: Little Languaging Hacks for Big Change, Dani Katz focuses her Quantum Languaging word wizardry on societal overhaul. Equal parts cultural critique and (r)evolutionary handbook, The Language of Betterarchy offers tangible tools to unify the populace, and evolve our culture for the “better” with our every word.

After dismantling the myth of patriarchy as prime cultural perpetrator, Katz pinpoints hierarchy as the nexus of distortion doing the collective body bad. She goes on to offer simple, yet profound communication upgrades that empower, uplift, equalize and inspire, while evolving our culture into a “betterarchical” structure that serves the greatest good of all.

A sweet, sassy and subversive read, The Language of Betterarchy challenges the erroneous fictions propping up victim culture and identity politics, as well as the gender divide and the so-called “return of the divine feminine.” A must-read for the visionary change-makers who came here to transform the world for the infinitely more wonderful.


“I highly recommend Dani Katz’ new book, The Language of Betterarchy. The concepts are expansive and if you are a lover, as I am, of fine writing, prepare to be dazzled. Her understanding and use of language had me saying ‘Wow!’ More times than I can count.” – Gay Hendricks, author of The Big Leap

“…probing, provocative, funny, profound and most importantly, it can change your life.” – Richard Rudd, author of The Gene Keys

“Katz dismantles the Victim archetype by exposing hte corrupted culture of language bloated by patriarchal standards and values. Her forceful arguments are delivered with verve and the total conviction of a woman on fire…a spokesperson advancing the linguistics of ethics.” – Antero Alli

“Dani has taken an invaluable step into illuminating the stage upon which humanity’s drama is unfolding.” – Dr. David Martin

“This book is quirky, timely, super important and totally brilliant!” – Mikki Willis

“The Language of Betterarchy’ is a revolutionary exploration of language and societal structures. The book daringly challenges the status quo, arguing that the hierarchical system we’ve come to accept is fundamentally flawed, fostering division and disempowerment. By shifting our language and mindset, Katz posits, we can replace the outdated hierarchy with ‘betterarchy,’ a model that promotes unity, trust, and cooperation. This groundbreaking work invites us to actively participate in this cultural evolution, using language as a tool to manifest a more empowered society. ‘The Language of Betterarchy’ is not just a book—it’s a call to action for a better world.” – Sacha Stone

An illustrated compendium of 21st century media manipulation techniques, tools and trickery, “Pop Propaganda” was written and illustrated by a real-deal, bonafide journalist to empower us to think critically, to recognize persuasion disguised as public service, and to not take the bait.

Propaganda is as old as politics, and improving all the time. Ever since the protections of the Smith-Mundt Act were dissolved in 2012, Americans have been recipients of a dazzling array of weaponized psychological research that used to be directed only at our enemies, and is now trying to control your mind.

Fear not! For in your hands, you hold a hip and handy compendium which identifies these techniques, and guides you back to sanity and logic.

Kudos to Dani Katz for making this manual for right thought available at a time we need it most.

– Robert Forte, author and psychedelic scholar

After the release of Plandemic 1, with the eyes of the world watching my every move, I knew that Plandemic 2 had to be factually unassailable. 

I assembled my research team from the bravest and most brilliant people I knew. The wisest move I made was hiring Dani Katz as my key co-writer. 

Dani is a rare archetype. Like myself, she escaped the cult of identitarianism to serve the highest order – truth. 

But Dani’s articulation of truth is uniquely her own dialect. She masterfully weaves hard facts with razor-sharp wit and irony, sweetening the bitter taste of reality. 

Dani’s latest literary work, “Pop Propaganda” should be classified as mandatory reading for anyone struggling to navigate our rapidly changing world. 

Scan over her “table of contents” and you’ll get a glimpse into the depths of Dani’s understanding of the world we live in. While so many authors are wasting ink on diversionary topics, Dani is digging at the roots of the most pressing social issues we currently face. 

Don’t let the illustrations fool you, this is not kid stuff. And at the same time, it is all about our children! 

– Mikki Willis, Father/Filmmaker, Plandemic 

Described as “a sensei’s handbook” by So Cal and LA Man author, Joe Donnelly, Word Up: Little Languaging Hacks for Big Change clocks in at 103 pages, each one filled with fun, simple communication tools, tweaks and techniques with massive transformational implications.

Informed by the understanding that language is the fundamental building block of our entire known reality, Word Up: Little Languaging Hacks for Big Change offers visionary insight into the vibrational codes embedded within our words. The work sheds timely and relevant light upon the ways we unconsciously language our reality, while offering easy, accessible techniques that support us in up-leveling our communication patterns for the infinitely more harmonious, expansive, empowering, inclusive and effective.


Enter the magic world of master-wordsmith, Dani Katz, where simple communication tweaks produce transcendental changes. Follow her quirky, entertaining path and watch your world change. 

– Gay Hendricks, Ph.D., author of The Big Leap and Conscious Loving

This little book is far more powerful than one might first realize. Sometimes the smallest changes have the greatest effects, and Dani’s little language hacks can change a biting argument into a heart-opening experience. Our whole life is built upon our inner language, so why not refine yours until it shimmers like a jewel? This book can help in that regard. I love it!

– Richard Rudd, author of The Gene Keys and The Art of Contemplation

I am a word person…I have always been fascinated by the power of language, and its layered rhythms and effects on the psyche and its under-estimated influence in the world. With that in mind I approached Dani’s book wondering what the hell she could offer. Frankly, I am amazed at what she has wrought. It is so original, so deft, so sweetly illuminating and even scholarly, so fun, that I am happy to recommend it to all comers who want to expand their language wisdom.

– Jay Levin, founder of LA Weekly

Dani Katz’s voice is indispensable. She understands the music and philosophy of language like few others and she’s magnanimous to share her mastery. A sensei’s guidebook.

– Joe Donnelly, author of L.A. Man + So Cal

Katz’s reverence for the power of language is delightful, infectious and profoundly timely. In this deceptively simple little book, she guides the reader to grok that our every word is precious, powerful and alive with transformative potential.  

– Guru Singh, master spiritual teacher

Adapted from her “I Am” calendar, Dani Katz’s “Yes, I Am” is a transformational coloring book designed to prompt, prod, beckon, cajole, guide and support you in being your very best you. Ever. Chock-ful o’ hand drawn, handwritten and thoroughly adorable awesomeness, “Yes, I Am” was designed with you – yes, you! – in mind. Intended to expand your mind, heart and worldview, this book serves as a non-denominational system of conscious evolution steeped in radical joy, unconditional love, and an unshakeable faith in the infinite power of an awakened humanity. While daily reading, coloring and sharing is encouraged (not to mention super fun), the transformational tome doubles as an oracle you can randomly flip-through when you’re in the market for advice, inspiration or a giggle. Customize your “Yes, I Am” book as inspired – color inside the lines; color outside the lines; make your own lines; obliterate the lines and create something altogether new; or declare coloring stupid, rip out the pages, and fashion them into origami jellyfish. There is no wrong way to play with “Yes, I Am”. “Yes, I Am” is suitable for kiddos, grown-ups, and everyone in between.