IT'S A SECRET music with pETer planET

pETer planET from the band IT'S A SECRET (iTunes, Amazon, etc.) presents information about electronic music technology of the past, present, and future, in addition to other items of interest like interesting guitars, amps, and pedals. Ok, I might as well toss in some other stuff musicians like such as UFOs, Men In Black, and the Illuminati.

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Plus Instruments

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fuckyeaheffectspedals:

redslim:

NOS 1967 Vox Clyde Mccoy Picture Wah. Loaded with Halo inductor, tropical fish caps, Trash can trannys, iCar Pot and original switch! Also my best sounding vintage wah. fuckyeaheffectspedals

Holy cow, that’s gnar.

We will all worship this Vox pedal. Starting… Now!

bbcamerica:

With two premieres and a live aftershow, tomorrow is an enormous day on BBC America

First at 8pm/7c is the season 8 premiere of Doctor Who with episode 1: ‘Deep Breath’, starring Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor. Doctor Who TumblrTwitter, and Instagram will be liveblogging throughout the feature-length episode. 

Immediately following Doctor Who is the premiere of new original series Intruders at 10pm/9c starring John Simm (Doctor Who’s The Master) and Oscar winner Mira Sorvino (Mighty Aphrodite, Norma Jean & Marilyn). Intruders Tumblr and Twitter will be liveblogging the series premiere.

Then, comedian and Doctor Who superfan Chris Hardwick hosts Doctor Who: After Who Live at 11:00pm ET. The post-show will feature an array of guests in the studio including writer and actor Mark Gatiss along with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. You can check out Doctor Who Tumblr and Twitter to follow along with a liveblog of the special. 

We’ll see you on Saturday! 

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doctorwho:

Peter Capaldi as The Doctor and Jenna Coleman as Clara Oswald crash-landed in Parliament Square in London this morning, just in time for the tomorrow’s series 8 premiere!

switchedonaustin:

It’s so beautiful it require two photos… Technicians are working on this one and will be hitting the sales floor soon.

www.switchedonaustin.com

#oberheim #synthesizer #synth

switchedonaustin:

The playing field

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illuminatizeitgeist:

"The Qabbalists divided the uses of their sacred science into five sections. The Natural Qabbalah was used solely to assist the investigator in his study of Nature’s mysteries. The Analogical Qabbalah was formulated to exhibit the relationship which exists between all things in Nature, and it revealed to the wise that all creatures and substances were one in essence, and that man—the Little Universe—was a replica in miniature of God—the Great Universe. The Contemplative Qabbalah was evolved for the purpose of revealing through the higher intellectual faculties the mysteries of the celestial spheres. By its aid the abstract reasoning faculties cognized the measureless planes of infinity and learned to know the creatures existing within them. The Astrological Qabbalah instructed those who studied its lore in the power, magnitude, and actual substance of the sidereal bodies, and also revealed the mystical constitution of the planet itself. The fifth, or Magical Qabbalah, was studied by such as desired to gain control over the spirits and subhuman intelligences of the invisible worlds. It was also highly valued as a method of healing the sick by talismans, amulets, charms, and invocations.

The origin of Qabbalism is a legitimate subject for controversy. Early initiates of the Qabbalistic Mysteries believed that its principles were first taught by God to a school of His angels before the fall of man. The Angels later communicated the secrets to Adam, so that through the knowledge gained from an understanding of its principles fallen humanity might regain its lost a estate. 

The theories of Qabbalism are inextricably interwoven with the tenets of alchemy, Hermeticism, Rosicrucianism, and Freemasonry. 

The words Qabbalism and Hermeticism are now considered as synonymous terms covering all the arcana and esotericism of antiquity.” 

- Manly P. Hall