Thursday, March 13, 2008

Jimmy HaHa's Music


Jimmie's Chicken Shack - 30 Days

Jimmy HaHa is the frontman for the great bands: Jarflys, Jimmie's Chicken Shack and Irresistible Smell of Decay.

if I don't kid myself today
if I don't care about a thing
would I be light enough to fly
and if I just rid myself
the weight of memories and doubts
would I be light enough to fly
if the world was flat would you jump off
I think I'd float down like a feather
she lights the stars in the sky you know
angels can see them clear through foul weather

and when the race ends
will we all fall down
safe and sound

as she wakes up and i'm caught staring again
she asks me "what did you dream?"
I haven't stopped and isn't this part of it
as we lay rivers where once were streams
and when the race ends
will we all fall down
safe and sound

if we lost our way
would we trade it now
for the way we found
the ground
and how

30 days
without the sun
30 days

just a little scared of what might become
and we're home when we're together
home when we're together
we are home when we're together
30 days

Ram Dass with Wayne Dyer & Allen Ginsberg


Check out samples of Ram Dass with
Wayne Dyer & Allen Ginsberg
at Ram Dass' official site.

New Report Warns Policing is Poised to Move Inside the Body and Brain

A 50-page policy report released by the non-profit Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics warns that the war on drugs may be about to enter a new era that expands the drug war battlefield from the Columbian coca farms and the Middle Eastern poppy fields, to a new terrain directly inside the bodies and brains of drug users.” The report is the first comprehensive and critical analysis of ‘pharmacotherapy, the use of new medications designed to block the effects of illegal drugs. While acknowledging that such pharmacological aids may well benefit people who voluntarily chose to use them, the CCLE report raises concerns about potential coercive use.

Read on

Matrixmasters' Psychedelic Salon also has a podcast called Controlling the Culture up about it too

Thanks very much to Altered States for the info.

William Henry: Light Beings


William Henry: Light Beings 1

Here are the all the vids

BBC Horizon 2008 - Is Alcohol worse than Ecstasy?


BBC Horizon 2008 - Is Alcohol worse than Ecstasy?

Bush Tied to Child Prostitution: Resignation or Impeachment Expected

George Bush has been tied to a prostitution ring involving as many as 50,000 women and girls and is expected to resign or be impeached, according to Congressional sources.

The prostitutes, some as young as 13, are among the 1.2 million desperate Iraqis who fled to Syria after Bush's invasion of Iraq in 2003, according to the U.K. Independent.

Read on here, by Bob Fertik

Harry Potter Witchcraft Repackaged


Harry Potter Witchcraft Repackaged

"Making Evil Look Innocent" LOL, prepare to laugh!

from the site: Does Witchcraft actually have power? If so what is its source? Does the Harry Potter series' presentation of ... alle » Witchcraft make it any more acceptable just because it is packaged as "children's fantasy literature"?

Hosts Robert S. McGee and Caryl Matrisciana, author and occult researcher, show Rowling's presentation of the following elements of Witchcraft: Mother Goddess, evolution, reincarnation, communing with the dead and spirit world, seasonal nature celebrations, sorcery, divination, spells, curses, meditation, occult symbology, black magic, demon possession, dark aspects of Witchcraft, and more.

Viewers will see how young readers today, more than any other time in history, have an abundance of occult resources easily available to them and learn how to answer difficult questions and clearly explain the Harry Potter series to their children, grandchildren and concerned friends.

Obama: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing


Obama: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing


We Are Borg

The Occult Experience


The Occult Experience

This film interviews many Occultists from various traditions including the founders of the Temple of Set, Michael Aquino and Lillith Aquino. It also includes clips from Anton Lavey's Satanists as well and shows H.R. Gigers art.

Galactic Alignment, Floyd, and The Hyperdimensional Bees

A synchromystic vid by Steve Willner from Labyrinth of the Psychonaut along with Todd Campbell from "Through the Looking Glass" and William Henry. It's from last september but I came across it again so why not post.


Galactic Alignment, Floyd, and The Hyperdimensional Bees

Quotes!

From now on everytime you come to this site one of 252 quotes (for now) will be loaded on the right hand side of the page. Enjoy!

"The Religious Experience Of Phillip K Dick" by R. Crumb

This feature about Philip Dick's "Valis" experience was published in Weirdo comic #17 from summer, 1986. It is an interesting graphic interpretation of a series of events which happened to Dick in March of 1974. He spent the remaining years of his life trying to figure out what happened in those fateful months.

You will find all 8 pages of this story here. The file sizes are rather large (120-140K each) so that the text was readable and the detail visible. Enjoy The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick. In typical Dick fashion, you will find that it raises more questions than it answers.

Brought to you by R. Crumb, Weirdo magazine and your friends at philipKdick.com

Click the picture for bigger version, the vescica pisces symbol that PKD saw and put in his book VALIS - I saw too synchronistically on an otherwise unmarked car the morning of the day after I read that page in the book.

all this pain is an illusion


Tool: Parabol

So familiar and overwhelmingly warm
This one, this form I hold now

Embracing you, this reality here
This one, this form I hold now
So wide-eyed and hopeful

Wide-eyed and hopefully wild
We barely remember what came before this precious moment
Choosing to be here right now, hold on, stay inside
This body holding me, reminding me that I am not alone in
This body makes me feel eternal, all this pain is an illusion

KEITH OLBERMANN Special Comment: Hillary Clinton

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KEITH OLBERMANN Special Comment: Hillary Clinton

Keith you take this stuff way too seriously. It's theatre.

Why do Yoga? :p


Why do Yoga? :p

Love, Gratitude and the Dolphin Connection


Love, Gratitude and the Dolphin Connection

The WIZARD OF OZ ~A Modern Day Parable


Wizard of Oz - Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd Dub

The Wizard of Oz was produced as a motion picture in 1939 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. (Book by L. Frank Baum; Adaption by Noel Langley ; Screenplay by Florence Ryerson, Noel Langley, and Edgar Allan Woolf; Lyrics by E. Y. Harburg; Produced by Mervyn LeRoy; Directed by Victor Fleming.)

Many people believe [I can't stand those words - blog admin] that The Wizard of Oz was (and is) [Note from blog admin: there are many, many interpretations possible] an allegory for the radically new state of affairs that existed in America in the 1930s, following the stock market crash and the bankruptcy of the United States Government which occurred immediately thereafter. For all extents and purposes, it can still be viewed as the current state of affairs, inasmuch as the allegorical nature, the clues strewn throughout the story, are still relevant today. The authors of Redemption in Law, Theory and Practice [BBC of America, 2000] have, for example, provided an interesting interpretation of the story of The Wizard of Oz, one which bears a considerable amount of attention being paid. Much of what follows, comes from pages 180 to 185 of their book.

The initial setting of the story is, of course, Kansas , the geographical center of the USA , and the symbol for the heartland of America . The tornado (twister) that arrives is all about the whirling confusion that existed after the stock market crash, the theft of the country's gold, the US Bankruptcy, and the Great Depression. The twister takes Dorothy and her dog, Toto, into a new, artificial dimension, above the solid ground of Kansas . Upon their arrival, Dorothy notes: "Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore."

Right on, Dorothy. After the bankruptcy, Kansas was no longer "Kansas", but now "KS", an artificial corporate venue of the bankrupt US, a newly established "federal territory", and part of the "Federal Zone". Dorothy and Toto were "in this state", which according to Redemption in Law, implies they were for tax jurisdiction purposes in the " District of Columbia " (aka " United States ") - whereas Kansas is not included in "this state", "KS" is.

One of the first entities Dorothy met was the Scarecrow, who represented the legal Straw Man which had been created as an artificial aspect of the former American sovereigns The 'Strawman' has, or bestows, the status of 'plantation slave' upon the man or woman whose body by which the Straw Man is identified. The legal term, Straw Man, describes a fictitious or artificial person created by law at one's birth via the inscription in all-capital letters on the birth document/certificate - the latter being document of title and a negotiable instrument. It is allegedly by way of the Straw Man that the creditors of the US Bankruptcy can so effectively (and legally?) take for their own use the benefits of individuals' labor, creativity, talents, and productivity.

In the movie, the Scarecrow describes his straw-man persona by noting: "Some people without brains do an awful lot of talking. Of course, I'm not bright about doing things." The Scarecrow then succinctly describes himself in the classic song, "If I Only Had a Brain." The lyrics include: "I'd unravel every riddle, For every ..individdle,' In trouble or in pain." The translation is that for every individual, who discovers the existence of his or her legal Straw Man, all political and legal mysteries, complexities, and confusions begin to be resolved.

And once that same individual takes legal title to his or her Straw Man, he or she can protect themselves from legal trouble or legal damage.

The Tin Man arrives next on the scene - i.e. the "T-I-N" (Taxpayer Identification Number) Man is a hollow man of metal, a "vessel" or "vehicle", the newly created commercial code words for the Straw Man. Just as the Scarecrow/Straw Man has no brain, the Tin Man has no heart. Both are "artificial persons". Natural person are created by nature or God, while artificial persons are created by human laws, for the purposes of society/government ("bodies politic" or "corporations").

One of the definitions in Webster's Dictionary is "counterfeit". Thus the Tin Man might also represent the mechanical and heartless aspect of commerce and commercial law. As they are reputed to say in the Mafia: "Nothing personal, it's just business."

The Tin Man also carries an ax. Did you ever wonder about that? The ax is a traditional symbol for that which is above a King. In this case, commercial law, i.e. Corporate Rule is above the sovereign! It's not a nice connotation - no more than the "Axis Powers" of World War II included Nazi Germany, Italy (a fascist state) and Japan; or the more recent "Axis of Evil", coined by President George Bush in 2002, but curiously not yet applied to Cheney, Ashcroft and himself - the ABCs of such.

The Tin Man, expressing relief after Dorothy had oiled his arm, said: "I've held that ax up for ages." And perhaps he is still having to do so. For the symbol for fascism is the "fasces", a bundle of rods with an ax bound up in the middle, but with its blade projecting. This fasces may be found on the American Mercury-head Dime (the Roman deity Mercury was the God of Commerce), and on the wall behind, and on each side of, the speaker's podium in the US Senate (each gold fasces being approximately six feet in height). At the base of the podium of the seal of the US Senate are two crossed fasces. Hmmmm...

Dorothy, the Scarecrow and Tin Man are soon joined by the Cowardly Lion. Known as the "king of the beasts", it's surprising to find one so cowardly. It appears to represent the once-fearless American people who had lost their courage, the courage to denounce the US Bankruptcy, and inform its creditors that they were not the chattel that could be used as collateral for the monies allegedly owed. Of course, dealing with the IRS tends to leave most of us in the cowardly state; but that is due in large part to the heartless, brainless actions of an organization operating strictly under the laws of Commerce.

In order for Dorothy and the gang to find the Wizard (the supposed answer to their prayers), they had to "follow the yellow brick road." In other words, follow the money - the trail of the gold taken from America - and find who had absconded with it.

It's important to recall from the beginning of the movie, that the Wizard was represented by a traveling mystic, a "Professor Marvel," whom Dorothy had first encountered when she ran away with Toto. The Professor's shingle claimed that he was "Acclaimed by the Crowned Heads of Europe, Past, Present, and Future."

That's quite a claim - to include the future - but seems well justified in that the Wizard is still acclaimed by the "crowned heads of Europe." Before the Banksters looted America, they had already disempowered the monarchies of Europe and looted their kingdoms. And with a human skull atop the perch above the door to his wagon, the Wizard began to lecture Dorothy about the priests of Isis and Osiris and the days of Egypt 's pharaohs.

Between 1916 and 1933, most of America's gold was rounded up - aided by President Franklin Roosevelt (whose physical problems may well have symbolized America's "crippled state").

The gold went to The Federal Reserve private Bank, and was shipped off by the Fed owners to England and Germany . This was accomplished because of the fact Federal Reserve Notes could be redeemed in gold, and their use carried an interest penalty that could also only be paid in gold. The US traded its gold for paper, while its previous currency, United States Notes, carried no such interest requirement. When the US Bankruptcy was declared in 1993, there was the added caveat that all Americans were required to turn in all gold coins, gold bullion, and gold certificates by May 1 .

Our heroine was Dorothy Gale. Did you know her last name? Or that a gale, with the impact of water as well as wind, is considered potentially more powerful than a tornado? In any case, when she and her friends emerged from the forest, they were elated to see the Emerald City only a short distance away. The Wicked Witch of the West, desperate for the ruby slippers that Dorothy was wearing, knew she had to make her move before Dorothy and the others were inside the walls of Emerald City. But what was so special about Dorothy's slippers? Was the Wicked Witch an earlier version of Imelda Marcus? Or something else?

Obviously, Dorothy's red-colored, ruby slippers were the same color as blood, as in flesh and blood, thus symbolizing a living, breathing man or woman - i.e. a non-corporation, a natural person. As such her slippers also symbolized "private" as opposed to "public". (Even a Social InSecurity card uses a red serial number, signifying the private-side account and its attachment to the public-side.) It is likely the ruby slippers symbolized the blood in the veins of the American people - as opposed to "citizens of the United States", where the blue and black ink on a birth certificate is the "corporate blood". The Wicked Witch wanted the life blood of the living human beings - not just their Straw Men.

Her tactic was to cover the countryside with poppy flowers - i.e the source of heroin, opium, and morphine - symbolically drugging Dorothy et alia into unconsciousness, and then just step in and snatch the slippers. i.e. dull the senses of the American people and then slip in and swipe the gold.

The drugging worked on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto, the flesh and blood friends, but did not affect the artificial persons of the Scarecrow and Tin Man. The latter two cried out for help, and the Good Witch of the North came to the rescue with a blanket of snow to nullify the narcotic effect of the poppies on Dorothy, the Lion and Toto. [So, who's the "Good Witch of the North"? Perhaps, that remains to be seen.]

The identity of the Wicked Witch of the West is pretty clear. Recall that her counterpart in the first part of the film was "Almira Gulch", who supposedly "owned half the county" (or perhaps half the country). Miss Gulch had arrived at Dorothy's farm with an "Order from the Sheriff" (an Executive Order from President Roosevelt?) demanding that Toto be handed over, because allegedly he had bitten Miss Gulch.

Despite Aunt Em's assertion about Toto ("He's really gentle, with gentle people, that is.") Miss Gulch pressed her case saying that to withhold Toto would be to "go against the law". When Dorothy refused to surrender toto, Miss Gulch lashed out with, "If you don't hand over that dog I'll bring a damned suit that'll take your whole farm!" 70% of the attorneys in the world reside in the West - America. 95% of all lawsuits in the world are filed under US jurisdiction. The Wicked Witch of the West (Miss Gulch) was dressed in black, the choice of color for judges' robes. Thus she represents judges and attorneys, essentially the American legal system (including the attorney-run US Congress). These are the executioners and primary henchmen for transferring the wealth of America from the people to the banksters.

The "Bar" has a curious history. It represents the body of attorneys, counselors, judges and the members of the legal profession. It has been alleged that Black's Law Dictionary, for example, is copyrighted British law and that the so-called American Bar Association is a branch or subset of the Bar Council (the sole bar association in England and Wales). As the copyrighted property of a British company, all state Codes in the US are commercial, private British-owned law. Attorneys may be even worse, if possible, than we thought!

Apparently, the Wicked Witch of the West is nothing more than an operative of the "crowned heads of Europe" (who are owned by the Banksters), and desperately wanted not only the precious metals of America, but the life blood of America's labor. Her counterpart, of course, wanted to take Toto. The word, Toto, comes from the Latin phrase in toto, which according to Black's Law Dictionary (the British "rule book") is: "in the whole, completely." In other words, she wanted everything!

Once Dorothy and the gang had encountered the mighty Wizard of Oz, they initially fell for the illusion. But with Toto's aid in pulling back the curtain, they quickly realized the Wizard was nothing more than a con man. Even when he supposedly helped Scarecrow about getting a "brain", he cited "the land of E Pluribus Unum," which is Latin for "one out of many." This phrase appears on the American One Dollar Bill, but might be thought of as "converting the many into one", i.e. establishing a "sympathizers explanation our foreign policy reversals too pat, simplistic New World Order".

The Wizard was also supposedly amenable to taking Dorothy back in his balloon, but ended up leaving her behind. Fortunately, the Good Witch of the North (Santa Claus?), stepped in to tell Dorothy, "You don't need to be helped. You've always had the power to go back to Kansas ." All she had to do was to use her slippers!

The contention is that everyone has the right and power to reclaim their Sovereignty, but just forgot. The actual act of reclamation - the Remedy and Recourse , is telling the Banksters that you are no longer collateral, i.e. filing with a Secretary of State. Because the IRS (Infernal Revenue Service ) is an accountancy firm and collection agency for the private Federal Reserve Bank, having been constituted under the UCC at its inception in 1954 (and operating strictly in that realm ever since), filing or not filing income tax returns becomes an interesting study in itself. Just be sure to do your own research!

The title of the movie also carries a message. A "wizard", of course, is "a very clever or skillful person." "Oz" on the other hand is an abbreviation for "ounces", which is always the unit of measurement for gold, silver, and other precious metals. Even for large quantities of gold, etceteras, the amount is expressed in million ounces of gold, and not tons or pounds.

In the end, Dorothy (i.e. the American people) and Toto made it home. There is in fact Remedy and Recourse in law. It's there, disguised, camouflaged, encoded. (Why do you think States call their statutory laws, "codes" and not laws?) It's a matter of learning the law. All of it. It's the necessary condition for becoming sovereign once again.

Unless, of course, you'd prefer to continue to be conned by the Banksters.

The Wizard of Oz is really a delightful movie. The fact that it symbolizes one of the worst episodes in the world's history of the denial of freedom or justice, should not be construed to imply that the movie and story are not entertaining. In fact, once the symbolic nature is seen and understood, it is a simple step to smile, take the next step to go beyond it, and go forth as if you knew where you were going. It's all just part of The Fool's Journey, and the strange path we have each chosen to fulfill our diverse and unique destinies.

We always have that choice! It's called Free Will.

Meanwhile, it is worth while recalling the sage advice of Lao Tzu (c. 600 B.C.E) and more recently and succinctly in our Oz analogy, Frank Zappa (May 1977): "The more prohibitions there are, the poorer the people will be."

"The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it's profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way, and you will see a brick wall at the back of the theater."

Author Unknown: Thanks for the text Brendan

PMR Shuts down the Port of Olympia for 18 Hours


PMR Shuts down the Port of Olympia for 18 Hours

The Portland Military Resistance opposes Olympia's complicity in a war whose disastrous effects have been felt worldwide. They actively resist the use of the port for any action that furthers the war. Through non-violent actions they intend to stop the Port of Olympia from becoming a revolving door of military machinery furthering illegal war.

This war has taken the lives of 3,845 (and counting) US Soldiers, 20 times that wounded, over 1 million Iraqis have been slain, and has displaced many millions more. The machines being offloaded from the port are returning to be repaired and refitted for further combat. We see this as a continuation of war despite our nations' and the Iraqi People's overwhelming opposition to the war.

Illuminati Symbolism - It's All Around You


Illuminati Symbolism - It's All Around You

Open your mind, aw!

Mass Madness


Mass Madness

Terry Jones' Barbarians


Terry Jones' Barbarians

So you think you know everything about the Romans? They gave us sophisticated road systems, chariots and the modern-day calendar. And of ... course they had to contend with barbarian hordes who continually threatened the peace, safety and prosperity of their Empire. Didn't they? Terry Jones' Barbarians takes a completely fresh approach to Roman history. Not only does it offer us the chance to see the Romans from a non-Roman perspective, it also reveals that most of the people written off by the Romans as uncivilized, savage and barbaric were in fact organized, motivated and intelligent groups of people, with no intentions of overthrowing Rome and plundering its Empire. This is the story of Roman history as seen by the Britons, Gauls, Germans, Greeks, Persians and Africans. The Vandals didn't vandalize - the Romans did. The Goths didn't sack Rome - the Romans did. Attila the Hun didn't go to Constantinople to destroy it, but because the Emperor's daughter wanted to marry him. And far from civilizing the societies they conquered the Romans often destroyed much of what they found. Terry Jones travels round the geography of the Roman Empire and through 700 years of history - bringing wit, irreverence, passion and the very latest scholarship to transform our view of the legacy of the Roman Empire and the creation of the modern world.

Welcome to history from a different point of view...

Google is God?


From the great Reality Sandwich:

A group called The Church of Google is claiming that the most popular Internet search engine site, Google.com, is extensive and far-reaching enough that it may be compared to the traditional view of “God” as an
omniscient and infinite being. Their basic argument is that Google exhibits many of the qualities we look for in our gods, yet Google's existence is immediately and easily provable. “We at the Church of Google believe the search engine Google is the closest humankind has ever come to directly experiencing an actual God (as typically defined). We believe there is much more evidence in favor of Google's divinity than there is for the divinity of other more traditional gods. We reject supernatural gods on the notion they are not scientifically provable. Thus, Googlists believe Google should rightfully be given the title of "God", as She exhibits a great many of the characteristics traditionally associated with such Deities in a scientifically provable manner.”

While the site (which is not legally affiliated with Google.com) is clearly meant as a parody of monotheistic religion, it nonetheless poses some interesting questions. With the immense proliferation of information now accessible through search engines, is it reasonable to claim that the Internet has collectively attained a level of limited omniscience? If you explained the concept of Google to someone who lived, say, a thousand years ago, would they liken its knowledge to the powers of a god? In our modern culture do we now “worship” information access in a way that could be conceived as religious?

Like the Flying Spaghetti Monster or Discordianism, The Church of Google approaches the idea of religion with a decidedly humorous bent. Along with the philosophical “proofs” of Google's claim to divinity, the site also posts hate mail, Google prayers, and a list of the Ten Commandments of Google. While these are all part of the parody, there are also some small gems of wisdom to be found, such as the fifth commandment of Google which is a sentiment that I personally would like to see expressed more frequently in religious philosophy, “Thou shalt honor thy fellow humans, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or race, for each has invaluable experience and knowledge to contribute toward humankind.”

Archaeus: Paranormal Resource

From The Daily Grail: I gave paranormal researcher (and critic) George Hansen two thumbs up last year for making the excellent skeptical journal Zetetic Scholar available online via his website. I'll have to extend that now to three or four thumbs up (ignoring my anatomical limitations), with his announcement that his website now also hosts online copies (in PDF) of the 1980s paranormal journal Archaeus:

The Archaeus Project was one of the groups active in the 1980s and early 1990s. It was founded in 1982 in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, and during its early years it focused heavily, though not exclusively, on the paranormal. It conducted investigations, sponsored lecture series, held conferences, established a library, and published periodicals and monographs.

Read more at The Daily Grail

Kundalini Yoga article


Kundalini clip (Tool & Tricky)


Mystic Rebels Kundalini article

Terence McKenna: Transcendental Object at the End of Time


Terence McKenna: Transcendental Object at the End of Time

No worry bro. Absolutely amazing.

David Wilcock clip


David Wilcock clip

Orson Welles


Orson Welles
"For thirty years people have been asking me how I reconcile X with Y! The truthful answer is that I don't. Everything about me is a contradiction and so is everything about everybody else. We are made out of oppositions; we live between two poles. There is a philistine and an aesthete in all of us, and a murderer and a saint. You don't reconcile the poles. You just recognize them." Orson Welles

1984


1984
1984 by George Orwell with highlights & pictures

6 Reasons to Practice Yoga

From Reality of Nature: I personally find the practice of yoga to be the most rewarding mind and body exercise that I have ever undertaken. Unlike many types of physical exercise, yoga is subtle and comparatively easy, allowing a simple five or ten minutes per day to translate into real, visible results. If you’re considering starting a yoga regiment or simply need a reminder as to why you do it every day, check out my top six reasons for maintaining the practice!

1. Breathing
One of the absolute keys to yoga is the control of the breath. The timed breathing that flows so smoothly with each pose and posture helps one to be more aware of the most fundamental action that your body undertakes each and every moment of your life. Steady, monitored breathing leads directly to increased physical stamina and intense relaxation, two of the biggest boons to yoga. As you continue to practice you will find that you become more and more mindful of your breathing every minute of the day, leading to extended stress relief and overall calmness of mind, body and spirit.

2. The Physical Benefits
Whether you choose to undertake a slow and steady practice or more physically demanding postures, yoga is directly akin to all other beneficial exercises. The stretching and straining involved in all forms of yoga will lead almost immediately to increased flexibility, more and better muscle tone and the loss of fat. See for yourself; 30 minutes of even moderately difficult poses will have you sweating like you went for a run!

3. Increased Mindfulness
As mentioned in point number one, controlled breathing helps lead directly to everyday mindfulness of your body’s most fundamental functioning. Yoga practice also gives you the opportunity to stay in touch with the rest of your body by combining physical relaxation with deep mental stimulation. The longer I practice, the more in tune with myself and the universe I feel and there is nothing better than feeling like you are genuinely in tune with yourself, inside and out.

4. Do it for the Kids
Yoga practice is a wonderful thing to teach and perform with your children, helping them to understand the absolute importance of peak physical health. Too often in Western society we become dulled to the need for fitness and longevity, focusing instead on the instant gratification offered by fast food and laziness. My two-year-old isn’t much for 30 minutes of practice but he strikes a mean tree pose and helps to make my practice exponentially more enjoyable.

5. Mental Development
While yoga offers much in the way of physical exercise, it also creates the opportunity for clarity of mind and insight. The fluid movement and steady breath that the practice of yoga entails naturally creates a peaceful place for both body and mind, allowing you to experience the mental clarity and evolvement that comes hand in hand with not only yoga, but many mindfulness training practices.

6. Sleep Well, Every Night
I have no clear facts or evidence to demonstrate the effect that yoga has on sleep patterns but I can say with true authority that a day for me that includes 15 or 30 minutes of practice is guaranteed to end with a fit, restful sleep. A day with no yoga might see me sleep a full eight hours with only a slightly rested feeling while yoga creates in me the ability to sleep a scant six hours while waking up alert and rested, ready to attack the day. Peacefulness in the mind body and exercise in the physical body add up to allow one to reach a deep sleep more quickly, giving your body the ability to maximize the benefit of each and every moment that you slumber.

In summation: do yoga! It can be as little as five minutes each morning before work or each night before you hit the sack; unlike many forms of exercise, the benefits of yoga can be seen and felt immediately and will increase steadily in the long term. Many people that I talk to are extremely surprised that, after attempting and then quitting everything from jogging to jump rope, they feel absolutely compelled to continue their yogic practice with no prompting whatsoever - yoga simply speaks for itself!

Dedroidify.com Yoga page

Tool - Jambi


Tool - Jambi

Here from the king's mountain view
Here from the wild dream come true
Feast like a sultan I do
On treasures and flesh, never few

But I
I would
Wish it all away
If I thought I'd lose you just one day

The devil of his had me down
In love with the dark side I'd found
Dabbling all the way down
Up to my neck soon to drown
But you changed that all for me
Lifted me up, turned me around
So I...
I would
Wish this all away

Prayed like a father dusk to dawn
Beg like a hooker all night long
Tempted the devil with my song
And got what I wanted all along

But I
And I would
If I could
And I would
Wish it away
Wish it away
Wish it all away
Wanna wish it all away
No price you could hold sway
Or justify my kneeling away my center
So if I could I'd wish it all away
If I thought tomorrow would take you away
You're my peace of mind, my home, my center
I'm just trying to hold on one more day

Dim my eyes
Dim my eyes
Dim my eyes if they should compromise
Or fall from what you need
If I believed it, I might as well be gone

Shine on forever
Shine on benevolent son
Shine down upon the broken
Shine until the two become one
Shine on forever
Shine on benevolent son
Shine on upon the severed
Shine until the two become one
Divided I'm withering away
Divide and I'm withering away
Shine on upon the many, light our way
Benevolent son

Breathe in union
So as one survive
Another day and season
Silence leech, and say your poison
Silence leech, and stay out of my way

Kundalini Yoga Video


Kundalini Yoga

Invisible War


Invisible War

Wolfgang Bergmann is taking a look at the phenomenon of the so-called non-lethal-weapons. Since the implosion of the Cold War mainly the USA has been developing new, intelligent weapons without intentional lethal effects. Rubber balls, OC-gas, electroshock pepper spray, microwaves, stink bombs, pulsed energy weapons and many more.