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Turntribal Tales of The Tribe

In Amsterdam, DJ Plush is busy preparing his tribetable’s for the AMANTA MCARA working or the trans-time pitch shift shuffle routine.

The date is the 20th December 2012, and the co-ordinates have been calculated using ‘OSH: Space-Wave Zero’ software to squeeze back into the past. The tribetable games are about to begin with the launch of ‘our historys back’ and things are about to get very weird.

on July 31, 1936 a time-space portal or ‘holographic projection’ is constructed, enabling human beings alive and breathing at that time to be shifted into new orbits and share information, conceivably speeding up evolution through innovation and wisdom.

Preventing wars and replacing them with periods of innovation and shared Global development leads to wirless energy, solar energy, hemp fuel, and Global internet by 1984, all humanity are projected forwards from the point of view of living together with clean energy, co-operative sharing of resources, Global trade and tolerance for self ownership. Nations of sovereign self-owning ones.

The Tribetable Tales are the ‘stories’ spun from special disks that have been recorded, edited and reworked into a network of TTOTT events, an interactive Novel, a shared course, a new map for the ttott territory. The future seems pist. 

However, the Tribetable Tales traverse various medium’s and are presented in the form of poems, postcards, albums, posters and screenplay’s, and a Novel Novell published in light. Together these artefacts make up the coordinates for a multiple model of TTOTT, and the authors own process.

  1. 30 seals
  2. RAW360
  3. aleister crowley
  4. alfred korzybski
  5. amsterdam
  6. audio
  7. c.g jung
  8. cantos
  9. claude shannon
  10. coldcut
  11. collaborative fiction
  12. cosmic trigger
  13. coursework
  14. cybernetics
  15. decentralized and rotational
  16. dodecahedron
  17. email to the tribe
  18. ernest fenollosa
  19. erwin schroedinger
  20. eternal return
  21. ettt
  22. ezra pound
  23. f for fake
  24. finnegans wake
  25. fly agaric 23
  26. flyagaric23
  27. friederich nietzsche
  28. giambattista vico
  29. giordano bruno
  30. global village
  31. hermetic style
  32. hologramic prose
  33. hyperintelligence
  34. icosahedron
  35. ideogramic method
  36. illuminati
  37. illuminatus! trilogy
  38. internet
  39. interview
  40. jack sarfatti
  41. james joyce
  42. john coltrane
  43. john lilly
  44. john sinclair
  45. john von neumann
  46. ken campbell
  47. konnakol
  48. lull wheels
  49. lulu
  50. magick
  51. maps
  52. marshall mcluhan
  53. maybe logic
  54. maybe logic academy
  55. maybe logic quarterly
  56. nlp
  57. norbert wiener
  58. novel
  59. ontology
  60. open source history
  61. orson welles
  62. osh
  63. palm springs
  64. pentagram
  65. philip k dick
  66. planetary sociology
  67. plush
  68. poetry
  69. prophets conference
  70. r. buckminster fuller
  71. recorso
  72. redundancy of information
  73. robert anton wilson
  74. saul paul sirag
  75. schroedinger's cat trilogy
  76. screenplay
  77. sex
  78. sixty
  79. steve fly
  80. steven pratt
  81. syllabic pyramid
  82. synchronicity
  83. tailors
  84. tales
  85. teachings
  86. television
  87. terence mckenna
  88. tetrad of media effects
  89. textation
  90. the tale of the tribe
  91. timothy leary
  92. tribetable
  93. ttott
  94. turntable method
  95. ulysses
  96. wikileaks
  97. wilhelm reich
  98. william butler yeats
  99. william s burroughs
  100. youtube