Saturday, 17 September 2011

Trialogue: Santa Cruz

Trialogue: Santa Cruz

Between 1989 and 1998, Terence McKenna, Ralph Abraham, and Rupert Sheldrake conducted a series of trialogues on a wide range of topics. This program is from an undated tape that was simply labeled "trialogue-mini".

Terence McKenna: "Another way of thinking of it (the Knot of Eternity) is it's the nexus of connectivity. It's a place where everything is cotangent, as the mathematicians say. Everything is connected, and I think that's the place we are growing toward."

Ralph Abraham: "If a present moment is between a past that's familiar and a future which is completely different, then that's a very special moment."

Terence: "The great successful conspiracies, the Catholic church, capitalism, the Communist Party of China, Zionism, these things don't call themselves conspiracies. They call themselves historical social movements."

Terence: "The task of discerning shit from Shinola looms very large at the end of history."

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