• Beautiful choice for a re-issue. A kind supporter of Chaotic Resonance Radio.

    Birds of Naukan by Creation VI & Ugasanie

    Together with the labels NEBOSVOD and ΠΑΝΘΕΟΝ we're glad to present the proper reissue of the work, first published in 2015 in a small edition of 80 copies. This is a collaboration album recorded by the projects Creation VI and Ugasanie and dedicated to several sacred places of Chukotka, such as the Whale Bone Alley on Yttigran island and a collection of ancient rock engravings on the Pegtymel river. The album was inspired by the documentary "Chukotka: The Coast of Memory" directed by Andris Slapiņš and poems of the Yupik poetess Zoya Nenlyumkina, who was born in the now deserted village of Naukan, which at that time was the easternmost settlement of Eurasia.

    Petroglyphs carved on stones along rivers, bird colonies and herds of walruses, whale skulls dug in the coast hundreds of years ago - many images were captured in the sounds of this album. Mouth harps and ocarins, throat singing, field recordings and transparent iridescence of cold creeping ambient, saturated with echoes of shamanistic rituals, cries of bird flocks and songs that the ocean sings to heavens, while playing on coastal pebbles.
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  • Good morning fellow humans in hell.

    Costly expensive electric cars (only the rich can afford) and their rare 'charging stations' popping up everywhere will save us all? (Re: Someone's post somewhere)

    Electricity, which comes from coal, oil, nukes, maybe water (hydro-electric), rarely ever solar or wind (expensive to build and maintain). Moral is: Unless it's that ultra-rare stable isotope of Uup (119) anti-gravity (with magnetic flux controllers), (or a Tesla-like unified field creation) it's still 'dirty'. Meaning that the only intelligent life that will ever come 'here' from 'there' will have surpassed all these things already, and humans are still not at that level... so until we get our 'floating cars' that they used to brag about 'in the future' back in the 60's and 70's that could go to the moon and back in minutes... forget it. I'm not playing this game at all, no way, never. The real "New west" is space/time and dimension and using anti-gravity ships is the ONLY way to do it realistically... and any humans who have such technology currently are NOT sharing it with ANYONE ELSE. More than likely surface Earth humans are the shed skin of the snake... abandoned to the elements.

    By the way: I had a CLEAN SOLAR fix for your whole situation (and now the website has also been 'pulled' which explained everything in detail) but your 'bankers' and 'FreeMasons' didn't 'permit' me (free will) to help save your planet, so, yeah... I kinda hate humanity even more since that time, and I already thought you were mostly rather stupid and barbaric (bogey man wars and afraid of your own peepees).

    "Have a great day" everyone. :>
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  • Discord operators be like...

    "NEW RULES!!!"

    "Everyone (having fun) doing _____ out there will be banned if (blah blah blah) RANT!"

    "Remember to have fun, everyone!" (Pile of fake happy face emotes here)

    Me: Pukes from fake sugar brain convulsion embolism overload of hypocrisy... Groans... leaves server... never posted a word there anyway.
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  • Gary Numan (we met briefly years ago) stated that the opening song to this intense documentary is one of his own titled "Broken".

    ...but that's not why I'm sharing this with you. I want you to either watch this documentary yourself or at least feel the depth of the words "If the oceans die, we die". Think about that. here's Paul Watson, almost alone, reacting to with equal force, up against CRIMINALS and TYRANTS worldwide who HATE you (one way or another)... and even this is not enough... not even close. TEPCO (Fukushima) and much more is having its way with the ocean when they should all be eating radiation for breakfast themselves for CUTTING CORNERS ON SAFETY to almost ASSURE that these horrible things would take place. If it were 'legal' I'd smile reading a headline like "For every TEPCO employee that eats a bowl of pure nuclear waste, 50 whales are born." THAT is JUSTICE for the oceans of Earth. nothing more even comes close to what they've done. Believe me, Japan, as much as I love your people and your unfortunate and strong history... that one company and your own actions against dolphins and other sea life HORRIFIES ME ... and your allowing TEPCO to even exist let alone intentionally DUMP millions of tonnes of radioactive water into the ocean is something from which you can NEVER return. I want the whole planet to realize what's already been done and how MONSTEROUS you are to people like Paul Watson after all he's been through... all that sacrifice... for NOTHING... because of YOU! Whole cultures DESTROYED... by you! That should be the next Gary Numan song, right there! And if you think your own people have not spoke enough for this to even matter to you... I have one word for you... Merzbow! (Masami Akita). Some of your own people are SO ENRAGED by TEPCO's actions and the lack of Japanese government intervention that they created entire albums dedicated to the events (ongoing)... and they are as horrific as your permanent damage to the entire planet! This says more to me than this beloved sacred LIFE-SAVING documentary ...but here it is just the same.


    There is no hope... just a dream for today to get us through another day... in Hell.. one step closer to the last one swiftly approaching.

    Merzbow (Yes we have spoken and met in person):
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  • Remember when I warned everyone publicly many years ago that this "New free Windoze 10" was a TRAP?!

    Isn't it interesting how when I have a dream about something it comes true? (Active Pineal gland of a hybrid 'scaly'). Just last night I was 'someone' 'somewhere' who started up their Windoze computer and some odd glitch happened where two words scrolled down the screen in grey font a few times and then their computer went into a mode they could no longer break out of without a complete re-install no matter what they did. Then they got on the phone with friends and they all said the same thing! All Windoze machines were suddenly 'fukt' after some kind of 'change' no one saw coming. Somehow Windoze (or hackers who knew too much) were able to trigger a part of their most secret code (Kernal?) that dated way back that disabled any and all Windoze machines everywhere after one single reboot, and they had struck everyone over-night. (dream end)

    And then I wake up to this:

    Just a test run of the greater plan they'll call 'an accident'... for all Windoze products... after they cut 'support' for everything else.

    Just look at the comments below this video - everyone else saying "mine too".

    When you see my human eyes, that's all your human eyes will ever see... but if your Pineal gland functions well enough... you'll see a lot more... and then you'll know how and why I have always been right about things all my life without having to "FOLLOW" some "lodge" or cult of any kind and have them spoon-feed me 'mysteries' to get 'degrees' and all that crap. #HybridsAreReal #YouHaveBeenWarned
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  • You may listen to these ironically, as musical history or in their truest form as if you were there and loving every minute - either way they're a lot of fun to enjoy and not something you'd ever expect me to share with you..... ironically. :>


    "In the town of Overijse, Belgium, there's a special place called The Boogie House. It's the home of radio personality Walter De Paduwa aka Dr. Boogie. He has turned his home into a private museum, dedicated to the preservation of Boogie music"

    The first half of the '60s was a perfect test ground for whoever wanted to make a record for a fistful of dollars.

    The 45 rpm was the king of the place and among the other genres of the day, instrumentals occupied a sizeable chunk of the production.
    The best-known instrumentals came from California in the late '50s, thanks to the surfers who quickly adopted this new guitar sound from Texas. Another compilation this series will be devoted to some of those artists.

    Simultaneously, all over the United States bands started recording lots of diverse and surprising instrumental tracks. They did so for various reasons: lack of a good singer, filler for a B side, a shot at the charts with a different, jukebox-ready mix of an already released song. This Heavy Jelly collection focuses on tunes mainly dominated by a sax and organ, and always backed by a strong rhythm section.These tracks were shamelessly designed to fill up the dance floor. The mark of a good instrumental was often a gimmick, i.e. that little something - a riff, an intro, a repetitive chord - that would act as the piece's signature item. This compilation has been culled from the original 45s.

    Dr Boogie.

    Ahh, the sound of old vinyl crackle.
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  • This Geothermal Land Looks Like Another World

    The island that suddenly erupted from the ocean floor where the largest asteroid impact ever took place.
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  • Meet Our UNDERCOVER SCAMMER [Teaser]

    I'm too poor to see this evidence yet. Is it good?
    Plus I'm not a 'joiner'... even if I can (rarely) support in some way.
    This does appear rather epic though.
    Looks like India is fukt!
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  • "There's a Nuke COMING!" Predictive Program Scheduled for Nov 3rd.

    Creepy numbers and images. Maybe this is what I've been expecting... but maybe this is not the day. Could be though. Not getting much of a Pineal hit on this one (although I've been intentionally numbing myself from almost everything unless it directly impacts my life). I don't want to be 'wrong' though, so I'm staying neutral. It could be somewhere else (like when I thought 9 1 1 was going to be in my home city... 'maybe'... or 'somewhere where I knew people who lived there, but turned out to be NYC... and yes, I knew people who saw it all play out from their bedroom windows)... or it could be on a different day. I'd book it outta there tomorrow though if I loved there, just to be safe... like I warned in 2001 3 days before 9 1 1. Who needs a better opportunity to go visit relatives far from the area? This is an easy one.

    Seattle. USA. November 3rd 2019.
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  • Extremely rare wild cat plays like a kitten in Russia’s Far East.

    An extremely rare and critically endangered wild cat has been caught on camera luxuriating in its glorious surroundings at the Land of the Leopard National Park in Russia’s Far East.

    The Amur leopard, known as a powerful but solitary predator, can live for 10-15 years in the wild, but its numbers have dwindled due to poaching and a declining habitat. The park was set up to help protect the beautiful spotted cat and bring it back from the brink of extinction.
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