DJ Martin Dragonfly, one of the West Coast’s most notable and sought after old-school DJs, is battling Stage 3 cancer. The GoFundMe campaign set up to help his recovery has garnered worldwide support. Keyframe caught up with him to discuss music inspirations and the crowd funding campaign.
Any analysis of addiction in the wake of global climate change would benefit greatly from considering what we depend on in order to maintain our civilization. As we grow into a more holistic understanding of addiction and we awaken to the redundancy of the war on drugs, perhaps we can grow in our capacity to develop more sophisticated psychological frameworks for mending our ecological crisis as well.
As New York City deals with the aftermath of superstorm Sandy's devastation, the speedy, collective efforts of Occupy to create a grassroots relief operation have been nothing short of impressive.
It's possible for a relationship between people that passes through a machine
to avoid being a relationship of compulsion and control, but it takes work. The more that human life
and interactions are defined by machines, the more difficult this tends
to become. It is crucial that we rediscover the possibilities of our own humanity.
Morphic resonance theorist Rupert Sheldrake is recovering after being stabbed at the International Science and Consciousness Conference.
In the literature on South American indigenous and mestizo curanderismo, particularly in relation to ayahuasca, I found that harmful attacks by malevolent practitioners using invisible “darts” are widely reported. Perhaps as many as 50 percent of illnesses are said to be caused by such sorcery.