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  • Binaural recording of Christmas shopping in the mall

  • Rambling talk about Avatar, end of the decade, music revivals, and the singularity

  • Von Hash: "What Is The Question"

    What Is The Question? by Von Hash

  • Terence McKenna on Time, Novelty Theory, and 2012

  • Preparing for the Singularity (a scene from TechnoCalyps featuring Terence McKenna)

  • Star Wars and Joseph Campbell: Hero's Journey

    "Whether it is Odysseus, King Arthur, or Luke Skywalker, the hero is the one who responds to the call to adventure. The stories often open with the hero appearing restless; something is missing in life; there is a feeling of destiny.

    It is a time for separation. Sometimes it takes a shock to make the final break with the past and gain courage to accept the call. But no one can go it alone. Everyone needs a mentor.

    The descent into the underworld of adventure is often blocked by strange and dangerous threshold guardians. They mark the point of no return. Beyond them is the region of the unknown, a dream-like labyrinth of tests and trials. To pass his initiation, the hero must become a dragon slayer, to seize the treasure or rescue the princess.

    But the decisive ordeal of the quest in when the hero confronts death. He is challenged to follow the wisdom of his heart."

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Direct download: SubTrans-140.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:20 AM

Winter birds eating the last apples left hanging.

Still Standing At Your Back DoorTaxi Taxi!
"Ripest Fruit" (mp3)
from "Still Standing At Your Back Door"
(Rumraket)

Buy at iTunes Music Store
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Direct download: Winter_Birds.mp4
Category:trilliumpoint -- posted at: 6:20 PM

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Direct download: SubTrans-139.mp3
Category:suburbantranspondency -- posted at: 4:52 AM

Winter is coming and the last of the salmon are spawn in Tynehead Park. I walk the trails pondering the mysteries of the universe and admiring the autumn season.

Direct download: Autumn_Park.mp4
Category:trilliumpoint -- posted at: 6:10 PM

Direct download: SubTrans-138.mp3
Category:suburbantranspondency -- posted at: 9:23 PM

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Direct download: SubTrans-137.mp3
Category:suburbantranspondency -- posted at: 4:54 PM

    Featured Poets

  • William Carlos Williams:
    an American poet closely associated with modernism and Imagism.
    "Shoot It Jimmy", "The Last Turn", "The World Narrowed to a Point", "To a Friend Concerning Several Ladies"

  • Wyndham Lewis:
    an English painter and author. He was a co-founder of the Vorticist movement in art, and edited the literary magazine of the Vorticists, BLAST. Born on his father's yacht off of Nova Scotia, Canada.
    "End of Enemy Interlude", "The Essential Purposes of Art", "Song of the Militant Romance"

  • Ezra Pound:
    an American expatriate poet, critic and intellectual who was a major figure of the Modernist movement in the first half of the 20th century.
    "Canto XLV (With Usura)", "Cantico del sole"

  • T.S. Eliot:
    a poet, playwright, and literary critic. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. Born in Saint Louis, Missouri and moved to the United Kingdom in 1914 becaming British subject in 1927.
    "The Wasteland"

    Featured Music

  • Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie's Rebop Six: "Groovin' High"
  • Charlie Parker, The Jay McShann Band: "I Found a New Baby"
  • Russian Futurism, Alexander Mosolov piano works
  • The Frightingales: "Ballpeen"
  • Zloty Dawai: "Dada Work Chant"
  • Volcano The Bear: "Classic Erasmus Fusion"

    Ravi Shankar: "Raga Jogeshwari"

  • Thee Contortionists: "The Four Corners of Heaven"

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Direct download: SubTrans-136.mp3
Category:suburbantranspondency -- posted at: 7:36 PM

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Direct download: SubTrans-135.mp3
Category:suburbantranspondency -- posted at: 1:32 AM

An autumn day at the pumpkin patch. More specifically, The Applebarn Pumpkin Farm in Abbotsford, B.C. http://www.applebarn.ca

Music: "September Song" by Zeke Healy

Direct download: Pumpkin_Patch.mp4
Category:trilliumpoint -- posted at: 3:51 AM

"RULES FOR A REVOLUTION"

   
1.    Corrupt the young; get them away from religion. Get them
 interested in sex. Make them superficial; destroy their ruggedness.             

2.    Get control of all means of publicity, thereby:
   
3.    Get people's minds off their government by focusing their attention on athletics, sexy books, plays and other trivialities.
         
   
4.    Divide the people into hostile groups by constantly harping
 on controversial matters of no importance.
   
5.    Destroy the people's faith in their natural leaders by
 holding the latter up to contempt, ridicule and disgrace.
   
6.    Always preach true democracy, but seize power as fast and
 as ruthlessly as possible.
   
7.    By encouraging government extravagance, destroy it's
 credit, produce years of inflation with rising prices and
 general discontent.
   
8.    Incite unnecessary strikes in vital industries, encourage
 civil disorders and foster a lenient and soft attitude on the
 part of the government toward such disorders.
   
9.    Cause breakdown of the old moral values - honestly,
 sobriety, self-restraint, faith in the pledged word, ruggedness.
   
10.    Cause the registration of all firearms on some pretext,
 with a view to confiscate them and leaving the populace helpless.



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