12 minutes 12 releases 12 months We're giving away the first in this series of previously unseen rants by Terence Mckenna. You'll be pleasantly surprised by the quality. The 12th, and final release, will be somewhere between the 12th-21st December, depending on the degree of quickening. In December Terence will utter his 2012 predictions. Yes, this footage really exists, as does other unseen stuff that will provoke and astound you. Each 'episode' or 'chapter', will deal with a specific subject. In Chapter One: "Who Am I?" The unfolding of the Mckenna Mojo begins.. Early releases details will always be found on the Cognition Factor Forum here.
Rap News resumes its lyrical forays into the world of rhyme and reason, exploring what's been happening on the Internets in 2010. Robert Foster - recently returned from his long-leave vacation in the Caribbean (prematurely interrupted due to the disastrous BP oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico) - takes a look at Senator Joe LIEberman's proposed bill to grant the Prez the power to shut down the web in case of [quotation mark] an emergency [/quotation mark].
But - most importantly - we discuss something else which has been leaking even more profusely than a BP oil well. An organisation of ultra-inspiring infectively-courageous cybernauts - aka Wikileaks - has been taking on the Fistagon and giving that slumbering Fourth Estate a much-needed kick in the arse, reminding us how important the internet can be as a channel of information.
What is Wikileaks? Who is Julian Assange? And why is it so important that we know? Find out with your charming host, Robert Foster.
0:56 minutes (1.08 MB)Sometimes it feels like morphogenesis has already begun, leaving behind the hopeless thrashing of worn idealogies by agents of corrupt humanity. In this dark age of technology, the 21st century still promises a future of changing social priorities, a future where humanity has the time and intent to seek that which powers the inner universe. The very nature of hope rests on our continued search for a network between our inner and outer world. In a future where scientists can record an entire personality, keeping a safe recent backup may assume life-threatening proportions.