For anyone who’s not familiar with the message of the Kogi, they are a unique tribe with a story unlike any other… if you want to read more about this documentary which I highly recommend, an article by one of my favourite writers, Charles Eisenstein, can be found here.
The first documentary by legendary British film-maker Alan Ereira on the Kogi Mamas entitled “The Heart of the World: Elder Brother’s Warning”, is also really worth watching.
In a sane world, instead of CNN news, these films would be repeatedly endlessly and broadcast internationally.
Tonight I watched a film that moved me deeply, perhaps one of the greatest films I’ve seen since Network (1976). They certainly don’t make them like they used to.
I’ve suffered great anguish in recent times through wondering if I shouldn’t just submit to society’s clamouring pleas for conformity. Am I really so proud that I am not willing to sacrifice myself in the name of a peaceful life? Continue reading “Are We Not Standing At The Fountainhead?”
A little known story, sadly omitted from the recent telling of Alan Turing’s life surrounds the details of his death which was caused by the ingestion of cyanide. There is some disagreement about the facts but there is a believable version of events that points to his applying the poison to an apple with a syringe. His body was discovered with a half eaten apple by his side. Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were, not surprisingly, enormous fans of Alan Turing who was the father of computing. For many years a highly believable myth has circulated in technological circles that the Apple logo was a direct homage to Alan Turing which Steve Jobs famously denied. Who will ever know for sure?