This is some of my favorite music. I don't expect anyone to like it or even listen. I doubt most of you even like me because of my politics. But
it's time to move beyond that. Politics is just some base level BS that's used to keep us at each others throats. There's a much bigger picture out
This is Capital Steez. He committed suicide at midnight on Christmas Day 2012 by jumping off the roof of his record label in NYC. Before he jumped he
tweeted that he was Baphomet and that he would be returning in 2047, as the savior of mankind.
"We all programmed the same, I point no blame it's up to you to escape this cage and out the flames, meditate and escape to levels only Gods can
And then we have The Underachievers. From the same camp as Capital Steez.
And then we have Flatbush Zombies.
There's a Psychedelic Renaissance happening right now. But most people won't see it because of the generational gap.
Just give it a chance. We all want a better world.
It’s open to anyone, at any time. What got me into it was The Merry Pranksters. The original group from the 1960’s that invented the psychedelic
“thing”. The book The Electric Kool Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe was it.
And what’s crazy, is that about 5 years ago I ended up at the 50th Anniversary Acid Test in Eugene, Oregon. The very last one. Put on by the
original Pranksters. Totally by chance. I was just driving through the PNW and I was in Bandon by The Sea, a little small town in Oregon and as I was
leaving to walk out the door to drive down through California to Mexico, I saw something on the TV with Zane Kesey, Ken Keseys son, and that was it. I
drove back over the mountains to Eugene and ended up staying there for a month and a half.
The Merry Pranksters philosophy was to take psychedelics in the most lurid, chaotic environment you can imagine.
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