Addicted2Melody

Phil, 28, Homme, Royaume-Uni
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Check out my weekly trance podcast, 1 hour DJ mixes packaged for your iPods and available via SoundCloud:
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"You are a creature loose in a landscape of meaning,
and you are that landscape of meaning"

- Terence McKenna (Seeking The Stone, 1991)

“...the spirit of child-like, untrammelled curiosity is what we are striving for. Not the anal retentive, rational person, not the ‘i’ll go for anything’, channelling ‘flake’, but an attitude of “we don’t have to look far for miracles because they’re all around us." Everything is astonishing; the universe on its surface is alive with mystery. Well, how do we make our way toward that when we live in a culture, practice a language, embody a philosophy - scientific rationalism - which is entirely designed to suck wonder out of reality, to turn everything into shades of gray, to subvert all hope that lies outside the realm of career accomplishment and material possession?”
- Terence McKenna (Seeking The Stone, 1991)

“The emphasis of house music and rave culture on physiologically compatible rhythms, and this sort of thing, is really the re-discovery of the art of natural magic with sound. That sound, properly understood, especially percussive sound, can actually change neurological states, and large groups of people getting together in the presence of this kind of music are creating a telepathic community, a bonding, that hopefully will be strong enough to carry the vision out into the mainstream of society. I think the youth culture that is emerging in the Nineties is an end of the millennium culture that is actually summing up Western civilisation, and pointing us in an entirely different direction; that we are going to arrive in the third millennium in the middle of an archaic revival, which will mean a revival of those physiologically empowering rhythm signatures, a new art, a new social vision, a new relationship to nature, to feminism, to ego - all of these things are taking hold, and not a moment too soon.” - Terence McKenna (Re: Evolution, 1992)

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