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_Schwann_
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 10:53 pm    Post subject: Cognition Factor....Party soon over? Reply with quote

No doubt there will be scientists who will explain the 30% drop in the
Gulf Stream as part of 'a cycle' we hadn't yet identified, but
frighteningly, more and more politicians are becoming aware of the
seriousness of the global ecological situation. I have news from the
Global Conference on Ecology, held on Madagascar last month that it
won't be long (50 years) before the global ecosystem breaks down
irretrievably. At this time it becomes unable to continue to support the
culture of consciousness as we (humanity) now know it, so keep those
TV's on and watch the war, or is it the re-run of a sitcom you missed?
Meantime, the good news is that, even if we wreck things completely, it
is likely that some form of life will remain, even if it is clustered
around undersea volcanoes, 5 clicks beneath the surface of the ocean.
But don't let that worry you while you debate whether Zedane should've
got his red ticket or not, because we're all asylum tested and
psycholgist approved. Unless we do something fast this game is over,
which wont matter to those without kids or conscience. Diversity is
dissapearing in this world of ours faster than we can observe, and
diversity is what we need for survival. Diversisty of culture, diversity
of nature. Sustainability isn't where we're at.

Meantime, my 'Cognition Factor' movie is finally in post-production and
will probably be released sometime later in the year, after first
previewing at an undisclosed film festival. I am being helped in this by
several freelancers, Mike, my D.O.P., Byron, sound track, Zoe, titles
and 2D animation, and including Suspended Animation, a local CGI company
who like what I'm doing. Sofar the 'contactees' filmed and appearing in
the movie, besides Terence Mckenna and myself, are;

Prof. Dennis Mckenna (Ethnobotany)
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake (morphic resonance)
Prof. Ralph Abraham (Chaos Theory)
Dr. Ralph Metzner (Anthropology)
Dr. Stan Krippner (Philosophy)
Prof. David Peat (Proto-mind)
Alex Grey (artist)
John Shirley (Author)
Roberto Venosa (Artist)
David Jay Brown (Author)
Barry Lategan (Photographer)
Prof. Tony Fairall (astronomer)
Prof. Rebecca Ackerman (bio-anthropologist)
Prof. Karin Essler (ecologist)
Dr. Myke Scott (botanist)
Charmaine (Sangoma)
Dr. Libby Hubbard (future education)
Prof. Guy Midgely (Ecologist)
Craig Foster (Film Maker)
Chris Roland (Film Maker)
Brummbauer (Artist)
Dr. Barak Morgan (Neuroscience)

To accomplish this several long distance trips were necessary, the most
recent was going to London to film Dr. Rupert Sheldrake this year in
January. Subsequently I have finished all the local shoots, except one
minor shoot involving myself:)

I suppose I will eventually write a story about how this all came to be,
but I have been silent on usenet for long enough so I guess it's time to
fess up and get flamed:)

Best,

Schwann
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Mark Herbert
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 5:32 am    Post subject: Re: Cognition Factor....Party soon over? Reply with quote

In article <MPG.1f2792d51920fac29896d7@news.telkomsa.net>,
_Schwann_ <___schwann___@@%webtrance.co.za> wrote:


Quote:
Best,

Schwann

Aren't you the Schwann that tracked T down in Africa in your GTO? I
remember enjoying your video. Stick around a bit, eh?
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_Schwann_
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 11:17 pm    Post subject: Re: Cognition Factor....Party soon over? Reply with quote

In article <tardis-047BFF.23322618072006@news.zianet.com>,
tardis@spinn.net says...
Quote:
In article <MPG.1f2792d51920fac29896d7@news.telkomsa.net>,
_Schwann_ <___schwann___@@%webtrance.co.za> wrote:


Best,

Schwann

Aren't you the Schwann that tracked T down in Africa in your GTO? I
remember enjoying your video. Stick around a bit, eh?


the same...sure...thanks for the hospitality..

(sits down, puts a few more logs on the fire)
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Mark Herbert
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Joined: 19 Jul 2006
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 3:27 am    Post subject: Re: Cognition Factor....Party soon over? Reply with quote

In article <MPG.1f28ea188dc6bbe49896d9@news.telkomsa.net>,
_Schwann_ <___schwann___@@%webtrance.co.za> wrote:

Quote:
In article <tardis-047BFF.23322618072006@news.zianet.com>,
tardis@spinn.net says...
In article <MPG.1f2792d51920fac29896d7@news.telkomsa.net>,
_Schwann_ <___schwann___@@%webtrance.co.za> wrote:


Best,

Schwann

Aren't you the Schwann that tracked T down in Africa in your GTO? I
remember enjoying your video. Stick around a bit, eh?


the same...sure...thanks for the hospitality..

(sits down, puts a few more logs on the fire)

Gentle flames.

I miss Terence. Imagining the world without his continuing input was
tough. Now it seems hard to think of him existing in the current global
milieu. Just another indicator of the mounting cognitive dissonance
emerging everywhere around us, as clear a confirmation of the
accelerating novelty ingression Terence propounded as any.

I love Rupert and his morphogenetic fields and stuff. That fellow is
sharp. Listening to him and McKenna and Abraham chat is great fun.
Beautiful minds.

Your movie looks like it's going to be good. I hope it gets the
audience it deserves. Keep us informed.

The Party goes on.
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Veszpertin
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Joined: 25 Jul 2005
Posts: 7

PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 4:48 am    Post subject: Re: Cognition Factor....Party soon over? Reply with quote

_Schwann_ wrote:
Quote:
No doubt there will be scientists who will explain the 30% drop in the
Gulf Stream as part of 'a cycle' we hadn't yet identified, but
frighteningly, more and more politicians are becoming aware of the
seriousness of the global ecological situation. I have news from the
Global Conference on Ecology, held on Madagascar last month that it
won't be long (50 years) before the global ecosystem breaks down
irretrievably. At this time it becomes unable to continue to support the
culture of consciousness as we (humanity) now know it, so keep those
TV's on and watch the war, or is it the re-run of a sitcom you missed?
Meantime, the good news is that, even if we wreck things completely, it
is likely that some form of life will remain, even if it is clustered
around undersea volcanoes, 5 clicks beneath the surface of the ocean.
But don't let that worry you while you debate whether Zedane should've
got his red ticket or not, because we're all asylum tested and
psycholgist approved. Unless we do something fast this game is over,
which wont matter to those without kids or conscience. Diversity is
dissapearing in this world of ours faster than we can observe, and
diversity is what we need for survival. Diversisty of culture, diversity
of nature. Sustainability isn't where we're at.

Meantime, my 'Cognition Factor' movie is finally in post-production and
will probably be released sometime later in the year, after first
previewing at an undisclosed film festival. I am being helped in this by
several freelancers, Mike, my D.O.P., Byron, sound track, Zoe, titles
and 2D animation, and including Suspended Animation, a local CGI company
who like what I'm doing. Sofar the 'contactees' filmed and appearing in
the movie, besides Terence Mckenna and myself, are;

Prof. Dennis Mckenna (Ethnobotany)
Dr. Rupert Sheldrake (morphic resonance)
Prof. Ralph Abraham (Chaos Theory)
Dr. Ralph Metzner (Anthropology)
Dr. Stan Krippner (Philosophy)
Prof. David Peat (Proto-mind)
Alex Grey (artist)
John Shirley (Author)
Roberto Venosa (Artist)
David Jay Brown (Author)
Barry Lategan (Photographer)
Prof. Tony Fairall (astronomer)
Prof. Rebecca Ackerman (bio-anthropologist)
Prof. Karin Essler (ecologist)
Dr. Myke Scott (botanist)
Charmaine (Sangoma)
Dr. Libby Hubbard (future education)
Prof. Guy Midgely (Ecologist)
Craig Foster (Film Maker)
Chris Roland (Film Maker)
Brummbauer (Artist)
Dr. Barak Morgan (Neuroscience)

To accomplish this several long distance trips were necessary, the most
recent was going to London to film Dr. Rupert Sheldrake this year in
January. Subsequently I have finished all the local shoots, except one
minor shoot involving myself:)

I suppose I will eventually write a story about how this all came to be,
but I have been silent on usenet for long enough so I guess it's time to
fess up and get flamed:)

Best,

Schwann

I didn't see FreakDog or Gravol on the list - why not???
I'm shock, confused, bewildered and mortified at their omission.
And, while we are on this matter why not myself, Lilly Tomlin
and Jackie Gleason - the three biggest three acid heads that
ever lived.

Remember -> STRESS makes the world go around.
And,...don't forget the magic!

Hasselhauf in a pig pin on gin gave him an X too.
Webtrance or Earthdance - it's all hippie hipe for $$$.
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_Schwann_
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 6:31 pm    Post subject: Re: Cognition Factor....Party soon over? Reply with quote

Quote:
I didn't see FreakDog or Gravol on the list - why not???
I'm shock, confused, bewildered and mortified. Remember -> STRESS makes the world go around.
And,...don't forget the magic!

Hasselhauf in a pig pin on gin gave him an X too.
Webtrance or Earthdance - it's all hippie hipe for $$$.


lol...i tried to interview Snoopp Dawg when he was here, but he wasn't
interested in helping me save the world...i wuz crushed...
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Veszpertin
science forum beginner


Joined: 25 Jul 2005
Posts: 7

PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 6:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Cognition Factor....Party soon over? Reply with quote

_Schwann_ wrote:
Quote:
I didn't see FreakDog or Gravol on the list - why not???
I'm shock, confused, bewildered and mortified. Remember -> STRESS makes the world go around.
And,...don't forget the magic!

Hasselhauf in a pig pin on gin gave him an X too.
Webtrance or Earthdance - it's all hippie hipe for $$$.


lol...i tried to interview Snoopp Dawg when he was here, but he wasn't
interested in helping me save the world...i wuz crushed...

Yes -- sadly it does seems as though the dog hqas run away!
Maybe he will come home when it gets too cold out there for him. Smile
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