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Happy New Year of 2013! Well, the world didn’t end – Armaggedon did not occur. Yet time has ended… melted into the here and now… the present…what a gift! What resolutions did you make? Yesterday I went to the Sacred Oak Grove to compose and record live music for clients who ordered the live compositions.…

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Flutes Offer Clues to Stone-Age Music

At least 35,000 years ago, in the depths of the last ice age, the sound of music filled a cave in what is now southwestern Germany, the s generic propecia online no prescription 1 ame place and time early Homo sapiens were also carving the oldest known examples of figurative art in the world. Music…

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World’s Oldest Rattle

This is a photo of an ancient rattle found in Galilee. Many types of percussive rattles were found in abundance in home altars in Galilee. How were they used? Perhaps these rattles were used by the ancient Hebrews to shake up and loosen blocks to flow. It was a form of waking up energy. Perhaps…

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Ancient Code

When I worked for CBS doing the voice overs for the 1992 Olympic Games broadcast to 60 million television viewers, I prayed to use my voice for a higher purpose. Although I worked for CBS, I myself, had no television at home. I threw it out in 1989, with the goal of focusing my attention…

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The Well – Rhythms of Change from the Ancient World

This is a video from the ancient well at Tel Megiddo, also known as Armageddon. The rhythm of The Well is sung in the background, by… yours truly :-)… It’s hexagram 48 of the Yi Ching. On Feb. 1 & 8th, there’ll be a major cool 2 part telecourse – Opening the Space for Change,…

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Music From Antiquity – Builds Confidence, Reduces Stress

Rain poured down in biblic proportions upon the mystic city of Safed, home of Jewish mysticism. Yet no amount thunder, lightning, sleet or hail could dampen the spirits of the multifaith ethnic music orchestra members who were about to make their debut performance in the college auditorium.As waves of people entered, the auditorium alchemically transformed…

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