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What's your position on making love? Do you regard it as one of the nicer fringe benefits of being alive? Or are you more inclined to see it as a central proof of the primal magnanimity of the universe? I'm more aligned with the latter view. Imagine yourself in the fluidic blaze of that intimate spectacle right now. . . Part One of a three-part series.
Just as every human may have one or more animal forms, so too every animal may have one or more humanoid forms. "Therianthropes," or "man-animals," are some of the oldest images in the history of art. In some cases these figures are clearly shamans, who have undergone a transformation. In other cases, they appear to be inter-dimensional beings. How can we read these images?  
In this issue of Souldish on the Radar, NYC Events, find out how you can get Stranded with Winkel and Balktick at their Galapagos Islands Warehouse Adventure, witness the return of cool, learn about lighting in video and photography or how Body Heat is smashing open femme stereotypes, watch No Impact Man, Chakrasize your body, or celebrate the full moon with Alex Grey and the CoSM crew upstate, plus more.  Have fun!  Please send event listings to 'til next week, Salma )))))Souldish Featured Events((((( Contents: 1. Rebirth 8/29 Cancelled 2. Stranded 9/5 3.  Evolve Yoga and Music Festival 9/4 – 9/8 4.  Other events 5.  Workshops 6.  Future Mischief 7.  ID Project call for participants 8. Special Announcement about the Meetup at the Horizon's conference from the Psychedelic and Entheogenic Society of New York City 9. Links
In this interview with author Douglas Rushkoff we explore some topics from his upcoming book Life Incorporated, and his upcoming course at the Maybe Logic Academy.
Our form of democracy is essentially a product of cutting-edge 18th century technology. If we re-wrote the Constitution from scratch, how would we use computers and the Internet to collaborate, manage our resources, and govern ourselves?
While the innovative projects at CERN laboratory might revolutionize our communications technology, the new LHC particle accelerator could also potentially change our reality into a bizarre parallel universe.
I get asked what I think about sampling a lot. Think of this essay as a soundbite for the sonically perplexed.
Paul Krassner, creator of the classic satircal zine The Realist and co-founder of the Yippies!, was one of the funniest and most poignant satirical writers of the 1960s counterculture. In this interview he reflects on his 50 years of activism, and offers thoughts on today's world. "My advice for the future is to always remember that the political system is merely a buffer between the status quo and the force of evolution."
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