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  • M. Watts "perry comotatus" - 2012 - The Return of Quetzalcoatl

    The Plumed Serpent returns, with Daniel Pinchbeck as its herald. Like a Hermetic shaman Pinchbeck braves Wotanic netherworlds and returns with a giant cauldron of poetic mead for the tribe to savor and digest.

    For those who are not inclined toward experimenting with the substances, or suffering the environments that were experienced in researching this book, the good news is, you can journey far, and get real high just by reading it. Much of the difficult work has been done. For those who lean more in the direction of psychic and psychologically adventurous pursuits, this book will serve as a balanced and masterfully written primer.

    It would be possible to read, enjoy, and learn from "2012 - The Return of Quetzalcoatl" without having read Daniel Pinchbeck's previous book, "Breaking Open the Head" (BOTH). But to really be able to appreciate the importance of "2012" do yourself a favor and read BOTH if you have not already done so.

    Reading "Breaking Open the Head" changed my orientation toward occult and esoteric pursuits. I read it in the autumn of 2005 just after the Katrina and Rita disasters took place in America. Apocalypse when? How about now? The voice that spoke in the pages of BOTH was both adventurous and compassionate, and was void of cynicism and spooky control trips. There was none of the grandiose posturing that seems to be a part of many books that are written from a standpoint that is sympathetic to shamanism, the occult, and the use of hallucinogenic substances.

    In "Breaking Open the Head" the destruction of the World Trade Center is viewed with an eye for the cosmic significance of the event. Pinchbeck pursued a shamanic path that involved travel to exotic locales, astral encounters, hallucinogenic terrors, and occult hangovers, in order to heal elements of self that were wounded by what took place on 9/11.

    "2012" takes up where "Breaking Open the Head" left off. The use of hallucinogens to induce other worldly experiences is still a main theme. So is an understanding of the occult world. Pinchbeck's travels lead him to experience numerous shamanic initiations. The book is grounded in sound Jungian principles, and there is a sincere appreciation for the works of Rudolf Steiner that is expressed. Artful integration of alternative themes are employed that give credence to the experience of `Other' and awareness is created of imminent and drastic alterations for life on this planet that are just around the corner.

    "2012 -The Return of Quetzalcoatl" provides eloquent insight into the idea of the forthcoming global paradigm shift that many believe will occur around the time of the winter solstice, December 21st, 2012, the date that marks the end of the Mayan calendar.

    The book ends with no less than an encounter with the Aztec/Mayan deity, Quetzalcoatl, and a realization that the only hope for survival of whatever it is that the future holds involves a kind of syncretism or adjustment of belief systems that will allow for the recognition and integration of humanities' dark side. It is pretty heavy, but it is hopeful. You have to read the book to really appreciate it.

  • Timothy Mc - Really enjoying the 32 GB Prime.

    This is my first tablet and so far it seems to be working as advertised. Had a 64 GB model ordered for a month and was still looking at another week to three weeks before scheduled delivery. Kept checking Amazon several times a day to see if anything on its site changed and just happened to see that Amazon was selling a few 32 GB Primes for regular price. I immediately ordered one. They did not last long. That was on Wednesday. It was not suppose to ship until Friday, but it shipped a day early. As I had signed up for one day shipping, it was at my door on Friday - three days earlier than expected. Good job Amazon.

    I have read most, if not all, of the reviews of this tablet on Amazon's site and am aware of the several problems purchasers have reported. So far I have experienced none of them. I plugged in the power supply right off and then started using the device while it was charging. The battery appeared to be partially charged already and it only took a few hours before it showed that it was fully charged. After I figured out how to connect to my wifi, the tablet reported that updates were available, which downloaded and installed without a problem. I spent a good six to seven hours on the tablet after receiving it and I had no wifi problems, reboots, or crashes. Have not tried to see how many GPS satellites it can lock onto. I do not foresee using that feature to any great degree.

    As others have stated, it has a really great screen and the tablet is quite thin. It would have been nice if it had been lighter. Holding it to read for long stretches is out of the question. I have a really light six inch ereader that has spoiled me. However, the ereader is no good for PDF files, but the Prime displays them beautifully.

    So far I am loving this tablet. I will update after I play with it some more or if it encounters problems. Being that it is my first tablet, I still have a lot to learn about it.

    April 21, 2012:

    I have had this tablet for two and one-half months now and have been using it most everyday. I love it. I have had no problems with it. I use it mostly to read ebooks, online news, check email, Youtube, Facebook, and a few other duties. It only has three games on it so I am not a big game player. It continues to work like a charm. I generally leave it in sleep mode when not using it. Occasionally, when it seems to slow down, I will turn it off and restart it. I do not know if resources are being tied up or not but restarting it solves those problems. That has not happened but a few times though.

    I have an ebook reader which works fairly well, but it sometimes takes a number of seconds to load an ebook or advanced to another section, so it is really nice having this tablet and being able to load ebooks, advance and backup either pages or chapters in but a brief moment.

    I have not used the GPS feature, so its weakness does not bother me. Sometimes the signal indicator for Wi-fi shows a weak signal, but it always continues to work. I have my wireless router fairly centrally located, so I am not ever too far away. Sometimes the signal has to pass through some furniture and a wall or two, but that is about it. I probably should download an app to test the signal to see how much it is affected when the indicator shows that it is weak.

    Overall, I am still loving this tablet and have no complaints about it.

  • Robert G Yokoyama - I love the diversity of songs on this disc.

    I really like all the nominated songs on this disc. Every musical genre is well represented here. This is the best Grammy nominees CD in a long time. My favorite track is "Rolling In The Deep". Adele has a soulful voice that moves me. The Foo Fighters are nominated for the song "Walk". This is the best rock song on this disc. It has an excellent beat that pumps me up. "Grenade" is an excellent song from Bruno Mars. This is a very good pop song. Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" is a jam of a song. This song gets me dancing. I have never heard of these artists, but a collection like this introduces me to new acts. "Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People has an innocent charm that I find appealing. Bon Iver's "Holocene" is a song where I can't make out even one word, but it has a smooth tone that I love. "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites" is another song where I can't detect any lyrics, but I love the techno sound of this track. Country music is well represented here. "Just A Kiss" is a very pretty romantic song. Eric Church's "Drink In My Hand" is a funny country song about how having a drink is one of the simple pleasures in life. "You And I" is the first Lady Gaga song I like. This is a good pop love song. I like the intimate sprit of this song. The duet Body And Soul" by Tony Bennett and Amy Winehouse is absolutely lovely. This is the perfect song to relax me after a long day. The music on this disc is very entertaining.

  • Thom Joans "Music man" - NuWave Induction cooktop

    We ordered our first cooktop via the TV spot a year and a half ago. We first saw induction cooking on a trip to Newport a couple of years ago. We ordered just one to see if we would like it; needless to say we loved it and immediately ordered another two, we kept one and gave the other away. We've used them just about every day for the past 600 days or so...never a glitch with either! We ordered several frying pans from Amazon; Ozeri 8", 10" and 12". They work great and you can simmer at any temp without sticking or burning, we just ordered a Cuisinart wok and it's fantastic. We cooked some onions for steak the other night, we kept the temp at 130 for close to an hour and they were still perfect...no burning!

    We inadvertently put one of the cookers on one of the hot burners on the stove, the bottom of the NuWave was completely destroyed...melted down to the circuit board, we figured it was a goner we were wrong, it still works like a champ...talk about tough! After that, we decided to order another two to give as presents. We have nothing but praise for the service folks at NuWave, we had a problem with the online ordering and they were very responsive in helping us through the process.

    Judging by a lot of the negatives, the so called "surprise" of shipping and handling can be alleviated by just reading the flipping order pages! At the end they always give you a menu of what you're ordering and give you a chance to bail out.

    We recommend these cookers to anyone with half a brain; they're solid, fast, and steady and have never failed us or anyone I've recommended them to!