Incredible depictions of #psychedelic icons by Argentine artist Nicolas Rosenfeld (http://www.rosenfeld.daportfolio.com/) #visionaryart
wow the vocals that kick in around 2:04: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PN5TaKpJ6E
San Francisco based Brice Frillici is a multimedia artist and performer who goes by the name of his unusual project "SEDEK" (Spirit Extraction Kit, Demon Extraction Kit). It is an ongoing portr...
Miha Brinovec, born 1971 in Braslovce, Slovenia, creates beautiful, natural sculptures that give identity to the spiritual presences residing in nature. He does not use any adhesives or manufactured materials in the construction of these magical embo
"Sometimes change on the ground begins with something as simple and as powerful as an idea. The idea that your culture, traditions and way of life are not inferior or something to be ashamed of, as others may have told you. The idea that the rainforests you call home have a value infinitely greater than petroleum reserves or mahogany sourced to produce luxury furniture. The idea that your mastery of the rainforest environment does not make you primitive and backward, but rather positions you to be at the forefront of the global movement for conservation. The Encyclopedia is a tangible first step towards bridging an increasingly widening generational gap before it is too late."
It's common to hear users of psychedelic drugs describe trips on mushrooms or LSD as a "spiritual experience," and the comparison is nothing to...
: “nature loves courage. you make the commitment and nature will respond to that commitment by removing impossible obstacles. dream the impossible dream and the world will not grind you under, it will lift you up. this is the trick. this is what all these teachers and philosophers who really counted, who really touched the alchemical gold, this is what they understood. this is the shamanic dance in the waterfall. this is how magic is done. by hurling yourself into the abyss and discovering it's a feather bed.” - t. mckenna
Wait for the END it's AMAZING!!!! #b1039
It's a big (little) step for cloaking technology
It's a wrap after 7 days of dust and dreams in the desert. Take a glimpse of the magic that was Burning Man 2015.
Orly Faya is an artist who uses body paint to merge her subjects into the landscape around, making them almost disappear. Amazing! via ABC Open contributor Jane Saunders: http://ausp.lu/1MvqhjC.
During monsoon season, the rain-drenched jungles of the Western Ghats can give off an eerie glow, allowing a rare glimpse into one of nature’s spectacular eccentricities.
If you dream of travelling the world and seeing it all from a bird's-eye view, these sweeping, epic panoramic photos by AirPano might be one of the best ways to do it. This team of Russian photographers and specialists travels the world to take stunning aerial photos of the world's most beautiful lo…
The controversial history of why psychedelics are illegal... (ATTN: is excited to launch Episode 4 of our new series about the history of illegal drugs).
"TRIBAL GATHERING 2015 The documentary Twenty one indigenous tribes, shaman, musicians, artists, teachers and attendees from over forty countries gathered together for one of the worlds most important indigenous cultural celebrations. Spanning 18 days on an amazing beach in the Caribbean, Tribal Gathering melds the ancient and modern, providing a space for discourse, ceremony and fun. The first half is dedicated to the tribes and their shaman with several zones offering workshops, ceremonies and indigenous music. Slowly the pace picks up and we seemingly travel through time to the finale of five days of electronic music and what might be described as our modern rituals of dance, art and creativity."
Go behind the scenes at our latest (and craziest) 500px event: a photo shoot with the incredible artists and acrobats of Circus North.
Live Webcast For those who can’t be on the playa in person, we’re pleased to offer this live stream straight from Black Rock City. If you visit the Burning Man Ustream page, you can chat with other people who are tuning in. Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream
“Today’s view of intelligence - as the product of brain in the same way that urine is of the kidneys - is a huge oversimplification. [...] Humans have five basic senses. But scientists have discovered that plants have at least 20 different senses used to monitor complex conditions in their environment."
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