If you’re wondering what the “conspiracy” is all about, almost more so than a one-world government with control over everyone…it’s about keeping specific knowledge from you and separating you from understanding what you really are, and misinforming you to be in opposition with nature and with each other.
Nassim Haramein breaks down his unification theory, known as the Haramein-Rauscher metric, a new solution to Einstein’s field equations using ancient codes embedded into our history that not only unifies the previously ununified theories presented by modern schools of Physical Science, Religion, Creation, and individual spirituality, but ties all of us together as Humans, as individual yet collective consciousness that is literally a microscopic division of the source of all consciousness.
Picking up a camera for the first time at the young age of 14, photographer Andres Herren recently traveled from Switzerland to the streets of Los Angeles to capture a dynamic and candid glimpse into the West Coast Chicano culture. Under the guidance of Estevan Oriol, Herren was invited to a series of family reunions and gatherings to capture an insider glimpse of the Los Angeles lifestyle not often highlighted. Laying siege to his firsthand experiences through the lens of his 5D Mark II, the short film highlights the photographer’s reasons for making the journey stateside as well as an impressive reel of footage.
Legendary photographer Martha Cooper has been documenting graffiti and graffiti writers since the late 1970s. Her and Henry Chalfant’s book “Subway Art”, originally published in 1984, was largely responsible for the globalization of graffiti. She has remained a fixture in the community and culture, and has been documenting the Wynwood Walls since the project began in 2009.
Her photos tell the story of the Wynwood Walls from its inception to expansion, and all of the artists and their respective works. In graffiti and street art, nothing is permanent, even commissioned walls. Because of the temporary nature of the medium, Martha’s photos outlast almost every piece of graffiti or street art itself.
We spent a day with World famous DJ/producer The Alchemist, who has been part of the Soul Assassins family since the early 90s. From studio to barbershop and everything green and in-between, we roll with Al as he discusses what Soul Assassins means to him and gives a sneak peek of the new Fall 2011 Soul Assassins line. Products will be available in stores and online mid-August 2011. www.soulassassins.com
Mandatory viewing!!! This guy breaks down the whole American/Canadian corporate and legal system, how it works, and explains in detail how and why he removed himself from the grid. Seriously making non-fiction out of conspiracy theory!
“At a major juncture in his life, Rob and the pagé family began down a road less traveled to free himself from fear, government control, and reliance on public energy and food supply, and shares his journey that led him off the grid.”
Freddie Gibbs tells the story of Gary, Indiana, his former hometown and cradle of the “underdogs of america.” Forever shaped by that environment but afraid of getting stuck—both career-wise and in his own head—Gibbs moved to LA. But that’s old news. Here’s a look at what’s to come and an introduction to the sidekick star he’s taking along with him.