Monday, April 09, 2007

Vladiswar Nadishana (Siberia, Russia) - Ghost Catcher Solo

Vladiswar Nadishana on MySpace

Microcosmos (excerpt)

Kinder Atom - Bubbles

Paul Van Dyk und Und Peter Heppner - Wir Sind Wir

Sigur Rós - Viðrar vel til loftárása

Eric Clapton - It Hurts Me Too

Caution - put the volume down. Attention - baissez le volume.

Catherine Austin Fitts - Navigate The Falling Dollar

"This lecture, titled Safely Navigate the Falling US Dollar - Powerful Strategies for the Ethical Investor in Uncertain Economic Times was presented by Catherine Austin Fitts in Mill Valley, CA, December 15, 2004 to an overflow audience.

"Building Wealth and Safety—the Solari Way We all need maps and tools for navigating these uncertain times. This introduction by Catherine Austin Fitts to the Solari Opportunity, presented before a spirited audience in Northern California, provides a framework for protecting your family and your assets now, while building new wealth in ways that help transform our world.

"Incubate a Wealth Revolution through a Solari Investor Circle This lecture with audience Q&A provides a balanced approach to coping with such threats as the falling US dollar, economic warfare, and market manipulation. Here Catherine outlines how to "come clean" from a destructive economic system and introduces the Solari Investor Circle, a local investment club for you and the people you trust, to help you start your own wealth-building conspiracy that is entirely under your control—right in your community. Use this lecture to help build a lifeboat in times of economic volatility, and to help you launch a wealth revolution in your home and neighborhood.

"Use this lecture to build a lifeboat in times of economic volatility and to help you launch a wealth revolution in your home and neighborhood!"

Les tomates voient rouge

Coloniser l'espace

Atlantis Reborn

Shamans Of The Amazon

"Excellent documentary about the Amazonian Shamans and their use of the sacred Ayahuasca vine to communicate with the Spirits of the Forest. Includes footage of peaceful drug-prohibition protests, an interview with Terence Mckenna, criticism of the so called "war on drugs" (essentially a form of cultural genocide), the corruption within large oil companies and governments, many civil rights issues, etc.

"During the making of this film:

* 16 million acres of Amazon Rainforest was destroyed.
* 150,000 species became extinct.
* In Ecuador, 9 oil spills released millions of gallons of crude oil into the head waters of the Amazon.
* Scientists worldwide agreed that Global Warming and climate change is a major threat facing all life on Earth.
* Natural disasters including volcanic eruptions increased.
* In the Netherlands, the case against the Santo Daime was thrown out of court. The judge found Ayahuasca use was not a risk to public health and their constitutional right to freedom of religion must be respected.
* Spain, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, Belguim and The Netherlands decriminalised most drugs.
* The USA gave the Taliban in Afghanistan $43 million dollars for the War on Drugs.
* The USA was voted off the United Nations Human Rights Commision.
* Humanity stands at the crossroads..."

Jane Goodall speaks at Google

"In the summer of 1960, 26 year-old Jane Goodall arrived on the shore of Lake Tanganyika in East Africa to study the area's chimpanzee population.

"Although it was unheard of for a woman to venture into the wilds of the African forest, the trip meant the fulfillment of Jane Goodall's childhood dream. Jane’s work in Tanzania would prove more successful than anyone had imagined.

"In 1977, Jane founded the Jane Goodall Institute for Wildlife Research, Education and Conservation to provide ongoing support for field research on wild chimpanzees. Today, the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute is to advance the power of individuals to take informed and compassionate action to improve the environment for all living things. The Institute is a leader in the effort to protect chimpanzees and their habitats and is widely recognized for establishing innovative community-centered conservation and development programs in Africa and the Roots & Shoots education program in more than 70 countries."

Lee Ritenour & Dave Grusin - Smoke 'n' mirrors

Lee Ritenour on MySpace

Lee Ritenour, Bob James, Nathan East, Harvey Mason - Fourplay - Bali Run

Lee Ritenour on MySpace

Zakir Hussain - The Speaking Hand (excerpt)

Sound of the Millennium Concert, Gateway of India, Bombay, January 2000

Zakir Hussain – tabla
L. Subramaniam – violin, vocals
Sultan Khan – sarangi
Vikku Vinyakram – ghattam (clay pot)
Selvaganesh – kanjira (Indian frame drum)
Sivamani – percussion
Bhavani Shankar – phakawaj
Tafiq Quereshi – percussion
Ranjit Barot – drums

"Zakir gets together with some of India’s top percussionists and some of his instrumentalist friends to put on a show. No real set list as it is pretty much just one percussion solo followed by another. Sultan Khan and L. Subramaniam do get short solo pieces. The entire concert is called “The Sound of the Millennium”."