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Re: worldbridger

Just try not to get in Paul Simon or Peter Gabrial's way.  They can get a 
bit testy.


Jan Pek wrote:

> so, i have a request for yall.
> im looking for South American tribal music, spirit of the rainforest, 
>grandfather drum, voice of the cloud, to South America what Farafina is 
>to Africa... something polyrhythmic, polymetric, whatever you want to 
>call it, building repetition. someone, give me the words!
> i'm moving Asheville -> NYC feeling as though i may get spit out on 
>another world journey, and am magnetizing africa (guinea? senegal? dogon 
>and the nommo?) and s. america (ecuador? brazil? bolivia?) for world 
>bridging. i know i'm here to embody spirit, to bring magic to the flesh. 
>the way of technology magic-- i've spent most of my life there, on the 
>outside, in the crystal megahertz.
> so i am learning another way, the long road back to embodiment, the 'red 
>pill', if you will. because the guides tell me the next leg of training 
>as shaman is in the primitive, embodying spirit in dance, breath, voice, 
>drum, trance. the animals.
> so where can i exist on that edge? can i place myself where i can honor 
>and learn from the tribes without eroding their culture? how to exit the 
>tourist conveyorbelt and become of service to these indigenous people, so 
>that we can recognize, we are all indigenous. is there not a mystery 
>school somewhere, teetering on that precipice where the voice is the 
>synthesizer, the body is levity, the breath is operating system upgrade, 
>time is echoplex, where Western magic is tenderly and appropriately 
>introduced, built with spirit of the local land, not bulldozed like 
>formula over tender rainforest shoots? shit, there must be. where is it? 
>right under your nose?
> fuzzy and blue,
> yon
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