Brion Gysin Explains The Cut-Up Method and then I have fun Cut-Up his and William S Burroughs Words and Images.
Poets are supposed to liberate the words
Poets are meant to sing and make words sings
No poets don't own words
I've come to free the words
Tracks Cut Up:
Cut-ups self-explained -Brion Gysin
Invisible art -William S. Burroughs
When the old story dies, there is a crisis.
It is time for Transformation.
The Death of The Narrative brings
confusion, chaos, and struggle.
There are moments in Consciousness
when things become fluid.
When Patterns change and in these moments,
the ripple of even a single idea can make a huge difference.
Change the whole wave of consciousness, evolve the reality.
Love is the felt
experience of another
Consciousness connects all
being and non-being,
space, time and matter
Chaos and Transformation
A monologue from Douglas Rushkoff of Team Human, on how the dynamics of cult thinking might help us understand the seemingly irrational commitment to Trump by his supporters.
First, a disclaimer: This piece is not about politics but the deeper motivations of the Trump constituency, how they are reinforced, and how they reflect the higher, almost spiritual ideals informing nearly a third of Americans right now. Further, Trump is hardly the only politician to have exploited the dynamics of cults; the Clintons and Obamas also leveraged the cultish devotion of their followers.
"But Trump’s particularly loyal core constituency — his ability to joke that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and not lose the support of his base, or to convince surrogates to endorse an ever-changing assortment of conflicting facts — suggests a more intense, cultish loyalty than we have seen before. Even Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) has begun to use the word “cultish” in describing the GOP leadership’s fear of contradicting the president. And the boldness with which Trump scolds his detractors — especially those in his own administration — closely tracks with the behavior of those who use their charismatic power to control others.
The parallels to the cult of Trump are obvious."
A full transcript of the essay that inspired this talk can be found on Rushkoff’s Medium page. https://medium.com/s/greatescape/the-trump-cult-73b6a0efd0ee
Check out the full show: https://teamhuman.fm/episodes/ep-101-alissa-quart/
Checking into Team Human Last Night, Douglas Rushkoff recited an open letter and offer of service to Google. In wake of the recent news that Google employees refused to build a censored search for China, what better opportunity to reevaluate its total mission and practice? Why not bring Team Human on board for guidance?
GOOGLE EMPLOYEES ARE demanding answers from the company’s leadership amid growing internal protests over plans to launch a censored search engine in China.
Employee's inside the internet giant’s offices have agreed that the censorship project raises “urgent moral and ethical issues” and have circulated a letter saying so, calling on bosses to disclose more about the company’s work in China.
The letter says: “Currently we do not have the information required to make ethically-informed decisions about our work, our projects, and our employment. That the decision to build Dragonfly was made in secret and progressed with the [artificial intelligence] Principles in place, makes clear that the Principles alone are not enough. We urgently need more transparency, a seat at the table, and a commitment to clear and open processes: Google employees need to know what we’re building.”
GOOGLE STAFF TELL BOSSES CHINA CENSORSHIP IS “MORAL AND ETHICAL” CRISIS: https://theintercept.com/2018/08/16/google-china-crisis-staff-dragonfly/
This is the full poetic expression of a special team-up between SeekGnosis and SatoriD.
It's been a minute and I note, that I haven't left a quote.
Yet the fire is being stoked, by the division of our votes.
Has self determination become a joke?
Or has anyone deprived us of our thoughts & our hopes?
Different opinions rise from the sound of the crowd.
If we listen, we can harmonize & allow a coexistence.
One derived of the people's persistence & invent, a global wave that defines our very existence.
Then witness the way that all life gains momentum.
I question, why would you want to be surrounded by people who teach the same lesson?
My impression, is that we need a wide selection, of opinions & minds that leave a lasting impression.
Progression, is often lead by the ones who thrive to seek answers to all of their questions.
Not to mention, the effect they have in the field of inventions.
Take these words as my intentions & with them I send my blessings.
-Written by SeekGnosis, Edited & Performed Satorid,
Satorid singing the sacred songs of consciousness
O, what a world of unseen visions and heard silences, this insubstantial country of the mind! What ineffable essences, these touchless rememberings and unshowable reveries! And the privacy of it all! A secret theater of speechless monologue and prevenient counsel, an invisible mansion of all moods, musings, and mysteries, an infinite resort of disappointments and discoveries. A whole kingdom where each of us reigns reclusively alone, questioning what we will, commanding what we can. A hidden hermitage where we may study out the troubled book of what we have done and yet may do. An introcosm that is more myself than anything I can find in a mirror. This consciousness that is myself of selves, that is everything, and yet is nothing at all - what is it?
And where did it come from?
"In wildness is the preservation of the world" -Henry Thoreau
to gain a perfect view
one must be still, listening
to the timeless songs
Stop the silly chatter of the mind, retune your awareness, use your intuition on Nature's way, feel your deeper sense of belonging. Every hidden cell is throbbing with music and life, every fibre is dancing to the heart strings of the wind, while the incense is ever flowing from the pines and wildflowers. The First Temples were the mountains, hills and grooves. Where man sat in wonder, got taught the lessons of life and found nourishment.
written, performed, filmed and edit by Satorid
Our evolution begins beyond the mind/body & space/time
It isn’t waiting anymore
Our evolution does not need approval or permission
It happens because it is happening in each being, neighborhood, village, city or town
at gatherings of tribes, fellow hackers, dreamers & tricksters
people at the market, on the bus
It is gradual and soft
It is spontaneous and loud
It is happening already
It is found in your computer, your phone, your gut, your legs, your multiplying cells
in the naked mouth of taut nipples and overflowing passion
Our evolution is swelling from the insatiable drumming of eternity
Our evolution is the heartbeat of the universe
Our evolution is the spark of life itself
Our evolution is willing to give everything for this
Our evolution is overthrowing the state of bliss
Of beauty so intense that no one, and i mean no one has the guts to name it
Our evolution will not be choreographed although it begins with a few familiar steps.
We let chaos take the lead, so that we can dance to the songs of eternity
Our evolution is not violent but it does not shy away from the dangerous edges where fierce displays of chaos tumbles into something new and beautiful
Our evolution is in this body,
In this mind, in this moment, in the eternal now
In these lips of bliss’ last kiss
In this endless sound of the dreamtime
Our evolution is
Connection not consumption
Passion not profit
Orgasm not ownership
Our evolution is of Gaia and her emissary ayahuasca
We come from her
For her, because of her
It understands that every time we frack or drill
Or burn or violate the layers of her sacredness
we violate the soul of our future
Our evolution is not ashamed to press our body down
On her mud floor in front
Banyan, Cypress, Pine, Kalyan, Oak, Chestnut, Mulberry
Redwood, Sycamore trees
To bow shamelessly to shocking yellow birds and rose blue setting skies, heart exploding purple bougainvillea and aqua sea
Our evolution gladly kisses the feet of mothers and nurses and servers and cle..
Infinite Imaginarium is A Multimedia Decentralized Open Source Artist Collective, made of a mosaic of programmers, artist, musicians, shamans, visionaries, regular people, making shit happen. Just so we're clear people, we're HERE to play & make MAGIC happen!
The Preamble: We The Imaginarium
(A Poetic Vision Statement)
The Infinite Imaginarium Invokes the Power of Three,
unleashing the power of expression, versatility and pure ecstasy of creativity
Pulling from the wisdom of the Past, Present, and Future.
Re-Writing the Story for Humanity.
Re-Programming the Operating System for Society
WE ARE THE CREATORS
We ARE THE DREAMERS OF THE DREAM
WE ARE THE INFINITE IMAGINARIUM
Our Mantra is
Connect - Collaborate - Create
This is media as art
And art as transformation
This is media as cultural resistance
and a path to social change
This is Media not for revolution
but rather for evolution
We are creating an ecology of ideas,
for inspiration, transformation, and manifestation
Where beauty has a chance to grow
Because at the end of History
it will be beauty that sets consciousness free.
This is The Death of The Narrative,
Because there are moments in history,
When things become fluid,
When patterns change, And in these moments
The actions of even a single person,
can make a huge difference.
Change the course of Human History
This is Evolution, Not Revolution.
What's Wrong with us?
I mean each and everyone of us, fucking Humanity
It's the Artist task to save the soul of mankind.
Because if the Artist cannot find the way,
then the way cannot be found.
Infinite Imaginarium: Minds Plus
Bill @ottman drops by the Infinite Imaginarium, @cartman1 asked Bill about minds plus and @kdjh talks about minds marketplace and minds revenue with Bill and @satorid
Minds.com is an open source and decentralized social networking platform where users are rewarded with Minds tokens for contributions to the community. There goal is to build a new model for content creators to take back their Internet freedom, revenue and social reach.
Hacking into my consciousness
reengineering my neural-nets
so that I am in control
and not some unconscious tape-loop
I burn deeply for those connections
I work hard for those connections
breaking open my mind
trying to find the source code
mental programs running out of control
Bill @ottman drops by the Infinite Imaginarium, @cartman1 ask bill about trending content, @kdjh talks about the update and the panel ponders about the attention economy & minds.
Downbeats with Uncle Bob, is a video I ever made from Robert Anton Wilson spittin some truth! "We have a government of the corporations, by corporations, for corporations" Enjoy this old gem.
Teonanácatl: Flesh of the Gods. Despite the historical evidence of psychoactive mushrooms being used in Mexico, the idea was discouraged by William Safford – a leading botanist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture -who insisted that teonanácatl referred to peyote. He claimed that the Indians were trying to mislead the Catholic Church so they could consume their sacramental peyote in secret. Safford also cast doubt on the botanical knowledge of the Aztecs as well as the early Spanish chroniclers.
Schultes was skeptical of Safford’s theory. There was little resemblance between the peyote cactus and the fungi; furthermore, the Harvard ethnobotanist knew that peyote was a plant of the northern deserts rather than the tropical regions of southern Mexico. In an adroit bit of ethnobotanical detective work, Schultes located a letter addressed to the herbarium Director J.N. Rose from an Austrian-born national in Mexico named Blas Pablo Reko. Writing from Guadalajara, Reko stated that Safford was mistaken and that teonanácatl was a magic mushroom celebrated and consumed by the Mazatec Indians in the state of Oaxaca. In 1936, Schultes headed to Oaxaca to investigate.
Schultes met up with Blas Pablo Reko in Huautla, the capital of Mazatec country, and searched for a local shopkeeper who was said to have firsthand knowledge of the mushroom cults. They explored around Huautla and the nearby city of San Antonio Eloxochitlán with little success. There were rumors of mushroom cults, but Schultes and Reko were unable to find definitive proof.
One day, as Schultes was drying plants in town, a middle-aged Mazatec man named Dorantes brought him a dozen fresh mushrooms, referring to them as los niños santos (the “sacred children”). Dorantes handed Schultes an assortment of mushrooms, and within the handful Schultes identified a species of Panaeolus (later named Panaeolus campanulatus var. sphinctrinus) and Psilocybe cubensis. This was the first identifiable botanical collection of teonanácatl.
A later analysis by Schultes’ colleague Albert Hofmann of Sandoz Labs – who later became famous as the creator of LSD - eventually extracted compounds from these mushrooms that would lead to the creation of the first beta blocker cardiac drugs."
your life is your life
don’t let it be clubbed into dank submission.
be on the watch.
there are ways out.
there is light somewhere.
it may not be much light but
it beats the darkness.
be on the watch.
the gods will offer you chances.
you can’t beat death but
you can beat death in life, sometimes.
and the more often you learn to do it,
the more light there will be.
your life is your life.
know it while you have it.
you are marvelous
the gods wait to delight
-- by Charles Bukowski
Terence Mckenna talks about how the idea of the beautiful has always served him best. Allen Ginsberg Howls and sings a song And Satorid mixes in some of his favorite choice words:
"Beauty is beauty, that’s all there is to it. If you are interested in you, then you’re stuck with you and you’re stuck with your death. But if you get interested in beauty, then you’ve latched on to something mysterious inside your soul that grows like a secret insane thought, and takes over completely when you die, and you’re IT. A shuddery situation—it’s hard to let go your selfhood and have a good time with beauty—we’re brought up to scheme and battle to make it here and now with gold, lovers, power, clothes, and face that anyone from our mother to the next door neighbor cop can see and respect."
Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac is a book that changed my life, it was like a bolt of lightning that hit me straight in the spinal cord and all of sudden I glimpsed the golden eternity, just for a brief moment I understand IT, the big IT, the IT to end all ITS, and as I closed the pages of the book. It wall faded away...
Enjoy this spoken word, blues beat video I made.
“Down on the lake rosy reflections of celestial vapor appeared, and I said, "God, I love you" and looked to the sky and really meant it. "I have fallen in love with you, God. Take care of us all, one way or the other." To the children and the innocent it's all the same.”
― Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums
A Path with Heart is A Cut-Up and remix from an Infinite Imaginarium Show title A Path with Heart. This video has;
-Remastered Welcome to Infinite Imaginarium
-Satori Intro to A Path with Heart
-Remastered A Path with Heart music video, Don Juan and A Tribe Called Red mash-up
-What Do you desire? feat. Alan Watts(Audio Remastered)
-Dharma Bum blues
"This question is one that only a very old man asks. Does this path have a heart? All paths are the same: they lead nowhere. They are paths going through the bush, or into the bush. In my own life I could say I have traversed long long paths, but I am not anywhere. Does this path have a heart? If it does, the path is good; if it doesn't, it is of no use. Both paths lead nowhere; but one has a heart, the other doesn't. One makes for a joyful journey; as long as you follow it, you are one with it. The other will make you curse your life. One makes you strong; the other weakens you.
Before you embark on any path ask the question: Does this path have a heart? If the answer is no, you will know it, and then you must choose another path. The trouble is nobody asks the question; and when a man finally realizes that he has taken a path without a heart, the path is ready to kill him. At that point very few men can stop to deliberate, and leave the path. A path without a heart is never enjoyable. You have to work hard even to take it. On the other hand, a path with heart is easy; it does not make you work at liking it.”― Carlos Castaneda
Unconscious Tape Loop Blues #2 written, recited, remixed, edited and produced by SatoriD
Cut-up the past and the future will leak out
the art of literally cutting up text and images in random fashion and then reassembling them to form new, unexpected patterns.
By doing so, one could destabilize language, perception, and reality and get closer to the truth.
This was one of the first mixtapes that got "Internet Famous". 10 years later after I downloaded via Napster, I still think about how this changed my life.
Released in 1999, this was a golden age for abstract hiphop. Anticon was just emerging and was barely known. Sole was at the peak of his youthful rise, Buck65 hadn't gone totally CBC, Josh Martinez hadn't ODed on pot and Why? hadn't become and indie-rock God yet.
They all went on to greatness, but they had this supreme naive charm at this stage.
01. Boom Bip & Dose One - Questions Over Coffee
02. Buck 65 - Untitled (Keep Perfectly Still)
03. Sixtoo ft Sole & Sage Francis - Testimony
04. Eyedea - A Murder Of Memories
05. Deep Puddle Dynamics - Deep Puddle Theme Song
06. Reaching Quiet - 113th Clean (1)
07. Aesop Rock & Slug - I'll Be OK
08. Reaching Quiet - 113th Clean (2)
09. Saul Williams - Penny For A Thought
10. Atmosphere - The Woman With The Tattooed Hands
11. Sole - Bottle Of Humans
12. Nickodemus ft Kinetic & Zero One - Metoronic
13. Them - Eating Homework
14. Live Poets - Finally
15. Alias - Final Act
16. Atmosphere - Party For The Fight To Write
Psychedelic Career Day
A webcast from Prague to the Pacific
Keynote address: Dr. Ben Sessa
Many psychonauts are interested in studying psychedelics in academia, but since there isn’t a well-defined path tread by multitudes of other students, deciding how to go about it can be quite a challenge. There are certainly success stories of people who have made a career for themselves out of working in the field of psychedelics, but they seem to be few and far between.
Fortunately, it does seem like academia is gradually warming up to the idea of psychedelia as a legitimate field of study. Since there aren’t a whole lot of tried-and-tested guides out there geared toward helping potential psychedelic scholars navigate collegiate careers, we have created a panel of experts from Europe, USA, and Canada that can help light your way to a psychedelic career. You’ll learn how our panelists made a psychedelic career in areas like communications, clinical research, psychotherapy, education, entrepreneurship, and psychiatry.
Dr. Ben Sessa
Ben is the curator and founder of Breaking Convention a biennial conference exploring the many facets of Psychedelics at Greenwich College outside London, U.K. Ben has been a consultant child and addictions psychiatrist with 20 years’ clinical experience with child abuse. The saddening inevitable trajectory into adult mental disorders and addictions forms Ben’s clinical outlook which has brought him to psychedelic therapies – particularly MDMA. Having studied LSD, psilocybin, ketamine and DMT for 15 years, he now runs the world’s first MDMA study for alcoholism. He’s authored textbooks (The Psychedelic Renaissance) and a novel about psychedelics. Devoted to his patients, Ben agonizes over their plights and is committed to novel psychotherapeutic approaches for his beloved, floundering field of psychiatry.
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the main thing in the universe is nameless, so I give it the name beauty. And beauty is beauty, that's all there is to it. Now if your only interested in yourself, then you're stuck with yourself, and stuck with your death. But if you get interested in beauty, well then you have latched on to something mysterious deep inside your soul, that grows and grows, like a secret insane thought, until your it....