We had an amazing, magical jam at dawn in the Integratron. Can’t wait to share! It was so great to connect to Anna in Slovakia and make sounds on my hang drum and absorb resonance of Joanne Karl on the sound bowls. We played Siddharth’s recording if the Gayatri mantra and dedicated to all sentient beings. I could do this day in and day out! #alienstardust
Integratron getting ready for the big moment! #alienstardust
You are cordially invited to Alien Star Dust: signal to noise! Collective art + science meditation for Winter Solstice, 12.21.20 @ the Integratron.
Haytham Nawar is participating in Alien Star Dust meditation from Egypt! #alienstardust
Siddharth is participating in Alien Star Dust meditation from Seattle – connecting to India! #alienstardust
Cupcake is joining Alien Star Dust meditation from Egypt! #alienstardust.com
Rhiannon Catalyst is performing in the Alien Star Dust collective meditation at the Integratron! #alienstardust
Let’s meditate together on this!!! Alien Star Dust: signal to noise from the Integratron, Winter solstice, Dec 21!
The two largest planets in our Solar System, Jupiter and Saturn, will be so close in the sky that they’ll both be visible through a telescope eyepiece at the same time. The Great Conjunction of 2020 will be the closest in almost 400 years. This video explains what Great Conjunctions are and tells you how and when you may be able to see the Great Conjunction of 2020. It also describes what you may expect to be able to see by eye, using binoculars, or through a telescope.
Alien Star Dust: signal to noise collective art + sci meditation from the Integratron is on 21.12.20!
Today I gave a talk on Alien Star Dust to the Art students in Prague and was reminded of the time Jim and I were there – 11 years ago – presenting the Blue Morph – collective metamorphosis. Honored to be Saša’s mentor. Thank you Branislava for organizing!
Excited to participate in this great event – in my sleep! Time zone difference has me pre-recorded… I wish I was in Tokyo in real time, in person!!!! AghThank you Takashi Ikegami!