PRISM ft. Kaminanda, Skytree, Technicolor Lenses, Hot Jambalaya, Srikalogy + Digital Vagabond
Here is the video for PRISM! Filmed and edited by yours truly. Talk about a wonderful night.
Video filmed and edited by Triple Threat Productions
Planet Cognac, UNITRIBE, The Brain Trust and Lostinsound.org present: PRISM
We’ve been blessed with the opportunity to bring you a transformational night of music, art, collaboration and intention at a special space tucked away in the heart of Brooklyn. While we would’ve loved to host this event at the Shaolin Temple, the expected attendance surpasses the capacity of that space. In the interest of including more people and extending the event into the wee hours of the morning, we’ve decided to change the venue to 80 VERNON AVE. in Brooklyn. This space will be teeming with top quality sound, custom visual enhancements and the high vibrational flow that is a signature element of our events. We hope you can join us!
Kaminanda - S’Elf Power
Kaminanda - Conscious Droplets
Ever After - Make It Last (Hot Jambalaya remix)
Technicolor Lenses - Walking On
Kaminanda - Liberation
Cloud Cult - Running With the Wolves (Skytree remix)
Edward Sharpe & The MZ - Home (Srikalogy remix)
Featuring the musical stylings of….
(Merkaba Music/Santa Cruz)
***Celebrating the release of their new album ‘Oracle’ released April 30th via Bandcamp!
SRIKALOGY (DJ set)
Hosted by TRUTH NOW
Live Painting and Mini-Gallery by visionary artist Andy Reed
Projection Powered Kaleidoscope Totem Installations & Sound Wave Visualizer Glasses by Scott Beibin
Custom Visuals by Simon Anaya
Dancing by Elana “Meta” Jaroff
Vending by Masha Lunara & Tribal Market
***Opening Ceremony and Qi Gong Workshop by Alokananda Walla***
Decibels engineered by Break Bomb Sound
Supported by The Wave Movement
Wibbly Wobbly Bassy Wassy [Doctor Who Themed Rave!]
Ain’t no Party like a Timelord Party…because a Time Lord party is not bound by typical temporal parameters and thus…DON’T STOP » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » »
Triple Threat brings you a Doctor Who themed event…
★ BASSY WASSY ★
It was a super fun party full of crazy music, kandi, ice cream, body painting, UV bubbles, and pancakes. Yes, pancakes.
Our next event! https://www.facebook.com/events/145314842303575/?fref=ts
It’s absolutely disgraceful for TED to have censored and removed Graham Hancock’s recent talk. It’s not right at all for TED to decide what is worthy of people’s attention or not. I’ve followed TED for years because of the intriguing and often controversial ideas their speakers present. There has always been something fresh and stimulating to find, so at what point did they start deciding what should and shouldn’t be heard? Each speaker should be allowed to present whatever it may be that he or she believes in. It’s up to US to decide how we feel about it and whether or not it’s worth our attention. I was always under the impression that TED believed in spreading ALL the ideas, not merely handing out pats on the back to the entrepreneurial and scientific community.
If this is how things are now then TED is no longer about “Ideas Worth Spreading”, they’re about “Ideas Worth Marketing”, and that is not something I support. I hope you guys get your act together because this is truly disappointing.
Right in their “About TED” page they state:
“Our mission: Spreading ideas.
We believe passionately in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and ultimately, the world. So we’re building here a clearinghouse that offers free knowledge and inspiration from the world’s most inspired thinkers, and also a community of curious souls to engage with ideas and each other. This site, launched April 2007, is an ever-evolving work in progress, and you’re an important part of it. Have an idea? We want to hear from you.”
Nowhere above does it say the requirements for having a good idea depend on intensive scientific research.
Was Graham Hancock spreading an idea? Yes.
Can the power of his idea change attitudes, lives, and ultimately the world? From my experience - definitely.
Is he an inspired thinker? Yes.
Would a community of curious souls be interested in it? Yes.
So for what reason should his talk be censored, moved, or removed other than the fact that his idea may be “unpopular” within the current paradigm we operate under?
Unless of course TED is now a popularity contest among leading scientists and entrepreneurs. In that case they should probably make some updates the website info as it’s a little outdated.
So I urge you all to please support Graham Hancock and get involved in the conversation at TED http://www.ted.com/conversations/17190/the_debate_about_graham_hancoc.html