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04/04/17:
My Aboriginal Spiral Didgeridoo Horn:
Playing the Aboriginal Spiral Didgeridoo Horn is another of life's pure pleasures!

Playing the Aboriginal Spiral Didgeridoo Horn is another of life’s pure pleasures! -Mark van Allen

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http://psytraveller.net/psybient/
Psybient, also known as “Ambient Psy”, “Psychedelic Ambient”, “Ambient Goa”, “Ambient Psytrance” or simply chill out and more commonly within the Goa- Psytrance scene as “Psychill” & “Psydub”, is a genre of electronic music that combines elements of psychedelic trance, ambient, world music, new age and even ethereal wave. It often has many dub influences and can also sound somewhat like glitch.
The origins of the glitch aesthetic can be traced to the early 20th century, with Luigi Russolo‘s Futurist manifesto L’arte dei rumori (The Art of Noises) published in 1913, the basis of noise music. He constructed mechanical noise generators, which he named intonarumori, and wrote multiple compositions to be played by them; two of which were Risveglio di una città (Awakening of a City) and Convegno di automobile e aeroplani (The Meeting of Automobiles and Airplanes). In 1914, a riot broke out at one of his performances in Milan, Italy.[3] Later musicians and composers made use of malfunctioning technology, such as Michael Pinder of The Moody Blues in 1968’s “The Best Way to Travel,” and Christian Marclay, who used mutilated vinyl records to create sound collages beginning in 1979. Yasunao Tone used damaged CDs in his Techno Eden performance in 1985, while Nicolas Collins‘s 1992 album It Was a Dark and Stormy Night included a composition that featured a string quartet playing alongside the stuttering sound of skipping CDs.[4]Yuzo Koshiro and Motohiro Kawashima‘s electronic soundtrack for 1994 video game Streets of Rage 3 used automatically randomized sequences to generate “unexpected and odd” experimental sounds.[5]
Glitch originated as a distinct movement in Germany with the musical work and labels (especially Mille Plateaux) of Achim Szepanski.[6][7]
Oval’s Wohnton, produced in 1993, helped define the genre by adding ambient aesthetics to it.[8]

https://mynoise.net/NoiseMachines/singingBowlsDroneGenerator.php

goddess, saraswati, hindu, goddess, mark van allen, gratefulnavigator.com

The plane of neutrality (Sarasvati) appears as a balance between solar and lunar energy within the body.


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The pineal gland produces Pinoline, ( 6-methoxy-tetra-dydro-beta carboline, or 6-MeO-THBC ) . Pinoline also resonates with the very pulse of life 7.83 Hertz, the pulse the DNA uses to replicate, and which has been measured to be emitted from the brains and hands of all successful healers, regardless of belief or faith.

OM king mantra is 7.843 hertz. Resonance can vibrate the pineal gland, to release Nuerotransmitter seratonin, melatonin, DMT, etc.

If you have a strong enough sense of consciousness you will taste a huge pituitary release in the back of your mouth and sinuses and throat, it is referred to as ambrosia ( amrit — mental orgasm discharge ) . This is a result of DMT production .

DMT is the spirit molecule that bends space-time. Pineal DMT is the chemical messenger which links body and spirit.

Dimethyltryptamine, a psychedelic tryptamine.

DMT with Pinoline increases brain activation multi fold. You cant observe the quantum world without your Pineal gland — the other 5 senses have too narrow bandwidths.

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2017/04/sanatana-dharma-hinduism-exhumed-and_71.html

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This heavenly view of the Milky Way was taken in the South Pacific paradise of Mangaia, the most southerly of the Cook Islands. This image was chosen as one of the winners of the National Maritime Museum’s Astrophotographer of the Year 2011 Contest.
Credit: Tunc Tezel   http://www.space.com/19915-milky-way-galaxy.html

 

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