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“I Know We Won” – Abbie Speaks

Many remember Yippie! founder Abbie Hoffman for pranks like the levitation of the Pentagon during a 1967 march against the Vietnam War (witnesses insist that it really did happen). As the new film Chicago 10 brings Abbie's brilliance to a new generation, it's good to recall, as this interview shows, that the left's leading trickster figure was a sober, serious strategist who grounded his antics in theory. [An RS Encore Presentation]

Prologue to A Life in Tarot

How do you shuffle twenty-two Tarot cards? What if I stop shuffling a second too soon? How will I know when my energy is in the cards? "Do what feels right," Iris says, placing her hand on top of mine.

Go Fish

David Lynch's book Catching the Big Fish addresses creativity, meditation, and the human condition.

The Lament of a Star-Crossed Lover

Oddly, there is a starless zodiac. But there is also a zodiac formed of patterns of stars. The difference between the two is virtually unknown, even to most astrologers.

Somewhere Inside the Rainbow

This year, Radiohead showed us that digital sales empower artists. They also forced the question: Why are we so concerned with the fiscal status of superstars?

Atlanta’s Drying Lesson: Building Community from Crisis

Atlanta residents were recently inundated by reports of a crippling drought that threatened their water supply. But in-depth information was hard to find and often confusing. Enter Mickey Mellen – "a schmoe who knows nothing, talkin' about water" – with a blog and some questions.

Gringo Ayahuasca: Meet Carlos Tanner

The debate over westerners and Ayahuasca retreat centers in Iquitos has heated up since the Peruvian Government has begun proposing legislation that would demand that local shamans be certified. After drinking Ayahuasca in Iquitos this past month, I interviewed another lodge owner, Carlos Tanner. We spoke about how the west is beginning to influence traditional Ayahuasca medicine practice in Peru.

Garden Like a Pirate

To the landless urban farmer, every vacant lot, parkway, office building planter and apartment courtyard is a potential cornfield, orchard or vegetable patch.

Breaking Spells We Cast on Ourselves

Our wounding is a numinous event that can initiate us into a deeper level of our being. When consciousness is guided by feelings of gratitude for the wound's offer of self-realization and personal evolution, it reveals itself as a worthy object of veneration. Our wound manifests as a doorway to our healing, a portal through which we can glimpse our infinite potential.

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