Friday, 26 June 2009

Misty Mountain Mix By C-Boogie

C-Boogie AKA Charlie Inman, Raconteur, DJ, Producer, Director, Musician and all round good guy has this to say about the latest mix tape which you can get by clicking here...

So Leo asked me to do him a mix for his new blog, and I got all excited and dug out loads of wicked old tunes, which I knew he’d be really into. All sorts of weirdy-beardy psychadelic hippie funk rock nonsense. Right up his street. Cut it together, was double pleased with myself. Nice mixes, some really obscure shit I hadn’t listened to for ages, and then I lost my laptop in Cuba along with the mix and most of the tunes I’d used. Shitbags. Back to the drawing board.

This is my second attempt. I’m gutted I lost some of the really good ones, but I got to include some recent discoveries like the rocktastic Son of Spirit track for the opening, and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson & Carlos Nino’s beautiful orchestral cover of Slum Village’s “Fall in Love”.

For best results, listen to this mix out in the garden, on a sunny day, naked, really high on mushrooms.


Big Love



jacob said...

Hi, I notice you are discussing mysteries associated with the Church I thought I would mention a book I just read.

We have been led to believe by our ancestors that when Jesus was resurrected he went up to a throne in heaven. However I just read a fascinating book by the New Testament scholar Stephan Huller that in earliest Christianity that the original gospel writer (St. Mark) might have had a physical throne ON THIS EARTH in mind - one which originally sat in Alexandria and which he rediscovered in Venice - see the photos of the object in the Basilica di San Marco which Italian sailors stole from the Church of St. Mark in Alexandria along with the body of St. Mark in 828 AD - see photos of the throne here -

The point of Huller's book is that St. Mark was the first Pope and that Jesus ruled 'on his right hand' as he sat on this throne (it is a universally acknowledged - albeit ignored - fact that the title 'Papa' or Pope was originally associated with St. Mark rather than St. Peter and with Alexandria rather than Rome; the bishop of Rome only acquired the title after the fifth century).

I was really fascinated by this book. There are a number of codes, ciphers and symbols on the throne which lead us back to ancient Egypt and the mysteries of Osiris.

It wasn't anything like what I had been taught in school. It really made me think and learn about the language that Jesus and the original gospel writer (St. Mark) spoke.

For instance in Hebrew or Aramaic (the language of Jesus) there would be no way to distinguish the concepts of 'divine throne' or 'heavenly throne' - i.e. it would be easy for white Europeans to get misled or confused.

Moreover the Hebrew word for throne - kisse - is the Aramaic word for cup. Could the mysteries associated with the grail have been originally connected with a throne?

It is an amazing book and here is some background information on the author

Just thought I would pass this along



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