Touched by the Flaming Dove: Bowie’s Asteroid Muses

I turned myself to face me In the darkness, a spotlight focusses on a cadaverous, mascara streaked face; the atmosphere is electric. It’s Hammersmith Odeon, July 1973; a  guitar strums a simple chord with a plangeant brush-like sound. The Spiders have vacated the stage,  but this is even more electrifying than any magisterial Moonage Day… Read More Touched by the Flaming Dove: Bowie’s Asteroid Muses

Psychedelic Posters: How they Exploded our Minds

Sixties Psychedelic Posters: How they exploded our minds Now that we can acknowledge the contribution of the sixties at a safe distance from its turmoil, it is remarkable to see how its influence continues to spread. Posters played a key role  in this dissemination of libertarian ideas. Recently, there was an exhibition of the impact… Read More Psychedelic Posters: How they Exploded our Minds

The Waves

Here is a new hypnosis video which uses footage of the sea in Kovalam, Kerala. With background music gratefully acknowledged by Craig Pruess, the Ganesha invocation from the Sacred Chants of Devi. The quote is from Virgil ‘We Make our Destinies by our Choice of Gods’- a favourite of mine and Robert Ohotto’s. So it’s… Read More The Waves