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Happy Twentieth: Woodland Aborigines Invent Music and Dance

Grandfather Nietzsche said that he could never worship–or even trust–a god that didn’t dance. Dance implies letting go, losing our inhibitions and releasing tension, being free. We regain our innocence, in some way, when we dance. Because of its trance-inducing powers, music also … Continue reading

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All the past shall ye thus redeem!

O my brethren, I consecrate you and point you to a new nobility: ye shall become procreators and cultivators and sowers of the future. Unto your children shall ye make amends for being the children of your fathers: all the … Continue reading

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