There is stunning evidence that ancient Greek Temples used sophisticated machinery to create illusion and magic–these were the machines of the gods.
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In 1996 someone gave me a book on the use of color and sound in healing. This was shortly after I had come across quantum physics and the notion that everything is vibration. It appeared to me at once that if everything is vibration, then treating vibration with vibration is logical and elegant. I began experimenting with a few of my massage therapy clients.
Jack Kerouac called from a phone booth while his friends Allen
Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky anxiously paced outside. "Hello, I'd like to meet with Dr. Suzuki . . . Right
NOW!" The scholar's secretary told him to be there in a half hour. Elated, the
three friends skipped down First Avenue to hail a cab.
If a leader declares war as the only
recourse, they cannot lead, for they do not hold life sacred within
their hearts. If a leader promotes the rapacious profiteering of a
very few at the expense of the many, they cannot lead, for they have
been corrupted by the rot of power-lust and aggrandizement.
In the words of Dennis McKenna, Peter
Gorman has "been way, way beyond the chrysanthemum on many a dark jungle
night." Gorman's long awaited book Ayahuasca in My Blood: 25 Years of
Medicine Dreaming tells the story of his long, deep relationship with
ayahuasca. This book review, and an interview with the author, sets up camp to
explore the edges of an astonishing journey.
Greetings New Yorkers,
Fuel your rockets kiddies there’s a boatload of parties going on
this weekend, pun intended. Make sure your shoes are comfortable
because you’re going to be doing a lot of dancing. Don your costumes
and get your freak on. On Friday, jet off to the Intergalactic
Planetary house-party within a three floor self-made mansion deep in
the dark heart of Brooklyn. Archaic Revival is back with another
psychedelic art/video party this time at Refuge in BK, which is going
to be better than ever. Boom Boat and Overboard are Saturday’s
party/fundraiser highlights brought to you by Figment and Disorient,
respectively, and then there’s the Dance of Vice for the truly
decadent. But before you go there, be sure to check out the very cute
and wonderfully talented Tom Milson, beloved friend of the Gossamer
Court at Strawberry Fields in the early afternoon. If that isn’t
enough, Globesonic is back spinning a free dance party on the pier, but
before you go, stop by Imagenode and make a blinkie for your evening
costume. On Sunday, you can take a trip upstate and see CoSM’s new
Art Sanctuary, they are presenting Alash: Old New Tuvan Music.
Remember to save the date and some energy for Evolver.net’s next Spore,
Shamanic Panic on the 19th. You won’t want to miss it and besides
what else could possibly be more interesting on a Wednesday evening?
Plus there’s more…