Ostara

Ostara blessings to all!

Blake and I may be well into adulthood (when did that happen???) but we still love Ostara baskets. But instead of loading it with candy, we like to give a couple of gifts instead.  I woke up this morning to find that Blake gotten me John Michael Greer’s book The Wealth of Nature: Economics as if Survival Mattered and John Two-Hawks’ album Vision Seeker. Let’s talk about the book first.

Haven’t had a chance to even crack the cover yet. Work gets in the way of play, how big a pain is that? But if it’s anything like John Michael’s other books, it’ll be amazing. I have The Druidry HandbookThe Long Decent, The Ecotechnic Future, and Atlantis. All of them are amazing. I cite The Long Decent all the time in conversation and Atlantis is so well researched and explained Atlantian myths so well that it changed my opinion on the topic. But that’s not what we’re here to discuss. Maybe another day?

So on to the CD. It’s amazing. John Two-Hawks uses all traditional instruments on this album. Native flute, drum, rattle, chant, and the like. The sounds that he created are amazing and entrancing. I put it on this morning while I was doing doing some writing for my proposal, but I was completely entranced and absorbed in the music. I don’t think I got any actual work done. I highly recommend you check it out!

In other news, Blake and I met our goal on kickstarter yesterday!!!!!! That means Canyon Storm will be manufactured and will become a reality! Last round of mixing should happen this week then it can sent off for mastering. Huge thanks to all who donated! This album couldn’t have happened without you! If you still want to donate and/or get a copy of the album pre-ordered, click here. Donate at least $15 and the album will be shipped to you as soon as it becomes available. Donate more and their are other rewards! Every contribution from here on out still helps!

One Comment

  1. Posted March 25, 2012 at 3:31 am | Permalink

    Very excited to see your album coming along and as you already know, thanks for introducing me to my wonderful flute.

    Blessed Be

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