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Re: [thelema-93] CCXX II.76 as Music

From: Fitz
Sent on: Friday, April 11, 2008 10:45 AM
Tom,

Probably better to ask the fellow who composed it them me. The extent
of my musical acumen landed me as an ad hoc roadie and promotions guy
for Invisible Records a decade ago and as such I'm not particularly
qualified to discuss it. His contact information in on his website.

Acid does funny things to associative thinking. Apparently there was a
study not too long ago linking it to temporary increases in
neuroplasticity as well, but that is in its early phase of research at
best and hasn't been through full testing.  If it does pan out though
it will certain provide a good deal of validity both to Timothy
Leary's work linking LSD to potential reimprinting in the Lorenzian
sense.

If you've never come across the subject of neuroplasticity check out
Sharon Bagley's _Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain_. It might open a
few doorways, particularly if you're of the Robert Anton
Wilson/Christopher Hyatt "Magick is Brainchange Willed" school of
thought and practice.

Fitz

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