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« Reply #315 on: Oct 13th, 2010, 3:07pm »

I thought you might enjoy this "avante guarde" performance

Disinformation vs The Stella Maris Drone Orchestra, USURP and Raagnagrok. Disinformation "National Grid" - electromagnetic sound installation, live in The Foundry sub-basement, London, Oct 2005. Filmed in almost total darkness, therefore headphones recommended.

Disinformation's "National Grid" was first published and performed in 1996, and first exhibited at London's (now closed) Museum of Installation gallery in 1997, with the opening night being attended by Auto-Destructive Art pioneer and veteran anti-nuclear activist Gustav Metzger. A partial history of "National Grid" and video of its concert version can be found at...



Performed at the London foundry in 2005. Don't look for drone craft..think of the process..the ethos that converged in someones collective hive mindset to create it.

I came across it at Strangeattractor.co.uk with Mark Pilkington who in his film/book , one of many ,Mirage Men co authored with John Lun..Forgot how to spell it cheesy.. came to the amazing conclusion that the Yanks.that's us..have been using ufos as a psyop tool against our enemies..hmm..is that an original concept?
I say us as we are the establishment zombie consumers..and they are the Gremlins trying to rewire and effectuate change whilst retooling our plane in mid flight.

Still the Stange atrractor Team..e gives us great art..film..performances at the Green Man Festival august 2007 with Dr.Graham Harvey who has co authored with Dr. Karen Ralls to bring us some great stuff in the hermetic quest arena
Those boys graham mark and company can really jam too besides talk about the magical properties of mushrooms.
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enjoy cool
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« Reply #316 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 10:38am »

Now above we had what is done with a cacaphony of light and noise in lieu of music in the promulgation of activism.
I remember Droneonline's work with sound as well..and I wondered how he is doing..He certainly, imo, is a Mozart
with sound..with purpose and vision. I went to his new site..which was a real treat for me.
It has a collection of all his work, almost a decades worth.
I of course immediately saw 2007, our watershed year. Year of the Paradigm as I see it for skeptics and believers alike as far as ufology goes.
There he has Kris Averys video..a video montage for his portfolio. that edifies what two great minds can do when others at the time..still with us today..cried ..it couldn't be done. In Obama spirit..Yes WE Did!
It was quite the cat's meow for me. And his other sound accompaniments..lol..stellar!
I salute these young lads..makes you know that all will be well and we have a chance to make it
through the wave of fear and nightmares that others put on canvass.
I hope he releases me from the promise I made him..So I can boast..If he reads this when he gets the itch
to see what we ever did..
he went like Sid and Kris..on with their lives and loved ones..I envy them..truly I do.
Hugsz Drone..I'll never forget you. May you Live long and Prosper.
Sys

click on the menu button select year 2007..
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« Reply #317 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 11:11am »

As I said early on, the uniqueness of the original Drone design would inspire and so it has. The early nay sayers sought to squash the Drones before, as designs, they could inspire and mutate into something very different. The Drones did not need to be alien devices in the sky for they were devices of imagination in some peoples minds. This may continue for a while, but will fade. Their influence is planted on the net though and that is an accomplishment. If they die now, someone in the future will resurrect them at least as a springboard for design. Were any of them alien, who really knows. I have searched the internet for their images and they are taking root nicely. This is enough for now.
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« Reply #318 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 12:55pm »

I got this from the anagrams of your name. Leviathan .in Italic..

Ah Vial Net whence Valiant He came to cast and break
A Vial Then releasing its potion
of a strange secret in upon us.
Twas .A venal hit! for sure..
Still.. A Vale Hint of something else
something... not quite right.
A Thin Vale lifted..
ahhh!
the face with many names a'fake ..
who puts on his Venial Hat
then goes..
nod nod
nod nod
wiggle wiggle
wiggle wiggle
shake shake
shake shake
seeing we were not scared
he returns to his Natal Hive
A Haven Lit so well..
he sits and thinks
eureka!
Vita la Hen!
Vita la Hen!

Sprinkle a vial on Vita la Hen!!
It's hard to catch a running chicken
Let them now try he says..
tears gone from his eye
Indeed to this day now brown cow..
.many a vial egg she still lays..
some in plain view
If you pick one up..
The yolk is on you!
shocked
And thats the story of

Leviathan and Vita the Vial Chicken .


Better than Green Eggs and Ham No?

Happy Halloween !!

Sys









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« Reply #319 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 3:33pm »

To satisfy my curiosity, I cruised the net for Drone images. They are now in many places here and there.

I would have preferred Vile Seed, for that was always the intention from me. The vile seed was necessary to keep the art, in the beginning, alive.

The magician uses distraction to perform the trick.
L E V I A T H A N

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« Reply #320 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 4:45pm »

Unfortunately, no one seems to know what the performance really was that required misdirection/distraction.
A magician who performs and entertains for no one really should get a new act.
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« Reply #321 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 7:21pm »

Oh, a new act is coming, but I doubt you will understand let alone appreciate that one either, but we will not debate it. I am satisfied with the Drones, it is of no import to me about anyone else. The threads here on the Drones can be closed. I will not care. I am prepared for other places and other times having learned so much from this experience.
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« Reply #322 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 7:37pm »

LOL you dont care about me any more..?
You are not stopping your blog are you? What will I do with all these images? This Thread!Lol..that will cause a major disturbance in the ether..surely you are aware of that.. That strange attractor crew skipped completely over the drones..an event discussed almost 4 years..and disingenuosly used the the Haiti/partizan garbage.....a commercial venture zapped in one day. easier to include that in their collection of ghost stories. That left a glaring dead zone ..they didnt step on..most peculiar..isn't it...not examine the all the sociological ramifications of the event..It is obvious to me you have a keen appreciation of it from several perspectives..
Some thinkers they are eh? IMO They are the miraged and deluded artists..Psilocybin Sucking Buffoons even! Pathetic performance in that instance..

They Must have run out of interviewees at the Weatherman and SDS levels..I am certain of it. Why they weren't even at Woodstock! Many closed groups and communes don't take kindly to yippies doing a film. They cut their losses and wrote a conclusion that a 5th grader reading the Fantastic Four comic books ..Green lantern at the least....could have done. You read it..You know I speak true..
But You..on the other hand..yes you are the one that should write a book..
Yes..I think you may be the one we have been waiting for to do that.

But I won't stop you..Go forth and Sin some more.. Some people need it..but you should be a tad clearer at times..Katt is quite correct..we have been your best friends..whether you realize that..or not we deserve some consideration....
Again good luck!

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« Reply #323 on: Oct 14th, 2010, 7:42pm »

on Oct 14th, 2010, 7:21pm, Icarus99 wrote:
Oh, a new act is coming, but I doubt you will understand let alone appreciate that one either, but we will not debate it. I am satisfied with the Drones, it is of no import to me about anyone else. The threads here on the Drones can be closed. I will not care. I am prepared for other places and other times having learned so much from this experience.
L E V I A T H A N

Yep, I'm a dumb hick. Happy packing, have a nice trip and don't let the door .......
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« Reply #324 on: Nov 15th, 2010, 08:26am »

The beauty of the original Drones is what drew me to this event. I decided to try my hand at creating one and had modest success. I new how to insert my drone into a real photo and how to place it behind an object. I did this and latter decide to see how the media would accept it. I have learned a lot about the making of interesting vehicles, etc and will continue to do so. I believe that imagination is the springboard to the discovery of new things and in due turn to facts.
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« Reply #325 on: Nov 15th, 2010, 10:49am »

on Nov 15th, 2010, 08:26am, xissix wrote:
The beauty of the original Drones is what drew me to this event. I decided to try my hand at creating one and had modest success. I new how to insert my drone into a real photo and how to place it behind an object. I did this and latter decide to see how the media would accept it. I have learned a lot about the making of interesting vehicles, etc and will continue to do so. I believe that imagination is the springboard to the discovery of new things and in due turn to facts.


Lev, have you read any Seth books? If so, what did you think of them? Serious question. I want to discuss the ideas you have been expressing, such as above. If possible.
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« Reply #326 on: Nov 15th, 2010, 12:05pm »

I have never read a Seth book.
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« Reply #327 on: Nov 15th, 2010, 12:25pm »

I'm surprised. I think you might like them. Seems like the one that is often referred to as the second one, The Nature of Personal Reality would interest you a lot, but it's always better to read Seth Speaks first, since there is some important ground work laid in that one. I read them in sequence, as they were published way back when, and the later ones were some of the most challenging and rewarding reading I have ever done. Judge them on what you find inside, not on what you might think of their origins or method of delivery. I very nearly missed out on them because of such a bias.

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