The Sacred Geometry Of Music The Sacred Geometry Of Music by Andrew Lorimer Music uses the laws of vibration to manifest aurally what exists at the center of everything. Into our reality springs a non-visual harmonic law that is universal. The notes and intervals of music speak directly to the chakra centers and causes them to vibrate in harmony to the vibration of a string or vocal chords, speakers moving through the air, or the sound of someone’s lips making a farting noise through a metal tube. Music uses the laws of physics and mathematics to bring out an emotional response in the listener. The music of the Western world uses a mathematical system based on Twelve. All the songs you have ever known and sang along to in your life use the same simple laws based on the number twelve.
Vibrations, Harmonics, Resonance, Waves and Reality the Musical Scale The musical scale is not an accident. It is a natural consequence of pure mathematics and nature. It's more proper to say it was discovered - not invented. This is one reason why music can be seen as the true universal language. Japan Opens Up Cat Brothels Japanese people are crazy. No offense. They are. Drugs 'Define Better' - Chill EB Home | About Us | Contact | Subscribe 'Define Better' - Chill EB Drugging Kids Uploaded by CCHRInt August 18, 2011 Featuring Chill EB - Psycho/pharma spends billions of dollars a year marketing mental 'disorders' & drugs for kids - yet these drugs are documented by international drug regulatory agencies to cause mania, psychosis, hallucinations, suicide, violence, homicidal ideation, heart attack, stroke and death. What's more, they are being prescribed for psychiatric disorders that are simply a checklist of behaviors.
100 Songs You Can’t Get Out Of Your Head Go ahead and take a handful of Advil now. You’re welcome. Say goodbye to the rest of the afternoon, because you'll either be entertained for hours by these 100 songs, or you will somehow chew off your own ears and go to the hospital. 1. “Love Shack” – The B-52s The 25 Most Powerful Songs of the Past 25 Years by Jennifer Drapkin, Kevin O'Donnell and Ky Henderson They’re not the most beautiful songs, or the most musically important. In fact, a few could literally drive you nuts. But the following tunes—some as old as Mozart, others as current as Beyonce? Gorillaz, James Murphy, Andre 3000, 'DoYaThing' - Review - NME Blogs Converse always manage to pull it out of the bag with their ‘Three Artists, One Song’ collaborations (remember Casablancas/ Pharrell/Santogold’s ‘My Drive Thru’?). ‘DoYaThing’ is no exception. Damon – in his “2-D” voice that suggests both listless ennui and schoolboy mischief, sings: "I’m a pale imitator of a boy in the sky." Enter, stage left, a falsetto James Murphy singing the hook. An organ parps with 60s Exotica playfulness and then, in an effect which piles on the plinky-plonky vibe, Murphy sings like he’s caught mid-way between channeling his inner Austin Powers and Alexis from Hot Chip.
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HOW TO: Build Your Personal Brand on Facebook Dan Schawbel is the author of Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success (Kaplan, April 09), and owner of the award winning Personal Branding Blog. With over 200 million active users, Facebook has become a personal, product and corporate branding hub. Every brand that exists on Facebook has the same core features and benefits, such as the ability to create a page, share resources, add multimedia and much more. You have a unique opportunity to leverage this platform for career success or as a playground for you and your closest friends. The social graph is filled with CEOs, celebrities, entrepreneurs and people just like you who can be reached through Facebook’s messaging system without any boundaries or restrictions. Facebook is also a talent search engine and part of the college admission and corporate recruiting criteria.
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5 Facebook profile pics that make you look like a tool Profile pics that look like Budweiser ads -- or, say, this photo -- are probably not the best choices for your Facebook page. The self-taken "MySpace shot" makes you look like you have no friends Don't hide behind your friends in the shot that's supposed to show who you are Halloween party photos are awesome -- but not so awesome in late-November Editor's note: Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz are the sarcastic brains behind humor blog and book Stuff Hipsters Hate. When they're not trolling Brooklyn for new material, Ehrlich works as a news editor at Mashable.com and Bartz holds the same position at Psychology Today. (CNN) -- If a Facebook picture is worth a thousand words, we're pretty sure there's one word in the lexicon you'd be loath to have associated with you: tool. (Unless you're a handyman, in which case, carry on.)
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