Monday, July 14, 2008

Laurence Gardner - Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark


Laurence Gardner - Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark

From the royal tombs of pharaonic Egypt, to the laboratories of modern science, comes the extraordinary account of gravity defiance and teleportation in the ancient world. The Book of the Dead refers to a hyper-dimensional realm called the Field of Mfkzt, which is now determined as a superconductive energy field of high-spin metallurgy. Liaising with modern physicists, Laurence Gardner has ascertained that mfkzt (known today as monatomic gold) was the secret of the pharaohs' rite of passage to the Afterlife, and was directly associated with the pyramids and the biblical Ark of the Covenant, as revealed by inscriptions at the Sinai mountain temple of Moses.

Terence McKenna: The World Needs a Hero


Terence McKenna: The world needs a Hero

I'll Take Your Brain To Another Dimension


I'll Take You To Another Dimension

Pay close attention (the Prodigy)

If the Glove doesn't fit

The Celtic Rebel shakes your BS with the Condom Conspiracy.

Story of Stuff


Story of Stuff

8 Destructive thinking patterns and how to change them

Check out this possible life changing article by Steven Aitchison.

And pay attention in the media how much these limiting "loser scripts" are actually projected in your mind. If you want a course in how to be any kind of loser, just turn on the tv. Which seems to run on limited scripts and negative embedded suggestions. You can learn a lot by looking deeper and further into what you're being presented, by being a little more aware so you can transmute all that negativity being thrown at you and already within yourself into the positive.

Here are the winner/loser scripts for the 8 Circuit Model.

Let's not stop here: 9 reasons not to date a Tyrannosaurus Rex

Daily Dedroidify: Going to Galway

An old Irish story tells of a farm woman who set out on the road, walking at a brisk pace.
"Where are you going Maureen?" a neighbor woman asked.
"I'm going to Galway," said Maureen.
"Be careful," the neighbor warned. "You should say, 'I'm going to Galway, God willing.'"
"Stuff and nonsense," said Maureen. "I'm going to Galway and sure that's the whole of the matter."
God thereupon waxed sorely pissed. He turned the poor woman into a frog and deposited her in a swamp with a few thousand other frogs, and there he left her for seven long, long years.
All she heard or said for those dreary years consisted of "Gribbit! Gribbit! Gribbit!" and an occasional more classical "Koax, koax, koax!"
Everything she saw was dank and dark, like a scene from Poe, and all she had to eat were flies.
"It's enough to bother a body," she thought mournfully on many a miserable and rainy day.
At the end of seven years, God relented and allowed Maureen to resume a human form.
She immediately climbed out of the swamp, washed her clothes, and hung them on a traditional hickory limb.
When everything was dry, the good woman dressed herself again and started out on the road once more.
"Where are you going, Maureen?" asked another neighbor.
"To Galway," she said, "or back to that damned swamp with the frogs."

(Diety affronted by impiety)
Robert Anton Wilson - Cosmic Trigger 2: Down to Earth

Cactus Festival

Sorry folks didn't reach a computer before leaving for the Cactus festival in Bruges today, had a great time, a nice little festival, with a great atmosphere. Even kids running around collecting the plastic cups to get a free drink ticket so no trash anywhere ;) cool festival people, lots of different music & summer weather. Let me share my day with you!


DeVotchKa live with Slavic Sisters acrobatic act

Check out the great pictures at the end of this slideshow here for a great acrobatic act of a slavic sister, there are two in this video. He ended the set with his guitar against the theremin making some really cool sounds.

I really like this song by them:

Devotchka: How it ends

More Gypsy rock followed

Shantel: Disco Partizane

They opened with a semi-live version of this:

Ian Oliver feat. Shantel - Bucovina (Radio Mix)

Then this Belgian band which has some great songs:

Arsenal: Lotuk Live and a live version but the sound isn't so good and it's a guest singer. This is another good song by them: Switch.

Then The Kills, a man & woman with a guitar each and a beatmachine, I didn't really dig it but my buddy did. I can't even find a youtube vid I like of them ;) and after that some singer songwriter band named Sophia which sucked and was the worst warm-up for Bootsy Collins you can imagine ;p We also didn't see the first & last performers.

Bootsy Collins only did one song himself, but did come in the audience and walked right by us twice and the show was real good nonetheless. Mostly it was a James Brown tribute with a real good singer & dancer lookalike, and the guitarist and bassist from Public Enemy were part of the band too.

Bootsy in action, too bad I didn't get to hear this there but we got the funk ;)