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Pop's, Kma, & Marie falling down on the job. Too much Bass?
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May 14, 2019
Yesterday afternoon Kma, Pops, and friend Marie drove out to “The Dells” in Prescott Arizona. The Dells encompasses Watson Lake, many hiking trails, and a unique landscape of granite rock formations that look like they were installed by Disneyland. They parked at the top of the hill overlooking the lake and its wide open view with the 12,000 snowcapped Humphrey’s peak in Flagstaff Arizona visible, but barely. They parked the car and soaked in the pristine views, rolled down the windows to get some fresh air and to hear the sound of the wind and birds. They thought it would be a good place to read and discuss Jean Houston’s book “Passion for the Possible.” They read, imagined, and commented on her book for an hour and then went for a walk down to the lake and Pops climbed on a few of the granite boulders. Nearby they observed four rock climbers at the top of a 60 foot vertical rock face looking like they were ready to make their decent. A martial artists near the rock climbers practiced his moves with nun chucks surrounded by nature and freedom. It was the perfect place to practice and feel what it was like to live in Freedom.
Later that evening, the three of them sat around Kma and Pop’s livingroom/kitchen/bedroom and worked on their computers. Kma was excited to look at the location of her retreat with Jean Houston and pulled up Google maps satellite view to see the geodesic structures they would be meeting in. They were designed by the late Buckminister Fuller, another hero of the group. After an excited discussion of the event, Kma helped Marie with her presentation of 10 points to happiness and Pops sat with headphones next to Kma on their bed listening to the music of Xander, someone he discovered only a few days earlier as he searched for artists who performed songs about Spaceship Mother Earth. Pops found his song called “Spaceship Earth.”
Pop’s was mesmerized my Xander’s performance of Spaceship Earth, as he sat watching it with appreciation and reverence on Youtube. He pulled up the lyrics that Xander had on his website. There were many lines that had encouraged and inspired Pops. “I looking around this place but can’t find the people that I came with.” This reminded Pops of how when he was young, he felt more of a oneness with the people, especially of his age group, and now to Pops, it appeared that many of the People of his 50+ age group have given up and were settling into retirement. Pop’s vowed to himself that he would not give up. He thought of the graduating class of 2030 and future generations. Pop’s wanted to leave them with a direction, an understanding about how to create their own reality, tying together religions, politics, and money. Pops and Kma wanted to create a world where all parts of society could world together and in doing so, they help each other.
Xander says, “Will all the real truly free people please stand up, tell me somebody out there still hasn’t given up.” It was this line that especially encourage Pops to go on with his project, their master storytelling. He had only 31 days to complete his project and would stop at June 10th to hand off the torch to the Enlightened Business Owners who participated with GeniusU or found a way to work harmoniously on the Spaceship. Pops also listened to Xander’s introductory video called “Let’s make Hymns!” which is a request for help with his projects. Xander said, “It’s been quite a process of getting to the point where I feel like I can come and ask you for help, but the honest truth is I want to remain independent and that means you are my record label.” Pops smiled when he heard this and his imagination lit up. “Hell yeah!” Pops thought, “I will help his production so he can continue with his thought provoking lyrics and sounds.” Pop’s thought, “That’s my brother and my label that I’m promoting.” To add to my many identities, I am now a music producer and marketer. Pops went on Xander’s website and bought Xander’s “Hymns” digital album, but he didn’t just pay the $12 asking price, but entered $129 dollars, which was equivalent to 100 British pounds to give Xander an extra boost. He wished it could be much more.
Pops liked Xander’s innovation and campaign because he was free to be himself. Xander didn’t know who Pop’s was and Pop’s knew very little of Xander’s life, but he didn’t need to. If at some point Xander did something horrific or produced music Pop’s didn’t like, then Pop’s wouldn’t continue to support him. Pop’s forwarded his money to Xander and had absolutely no expectations of anything in return. He only wanted Xander to be free of survival needs so he could be free to tap into the infinite source that would help the community on Spaceship Earth to evolve. Xander didn’t have to answer to any outside influences and if he had audience members who resonated with his music and products and also wanted to be producers, then they would also keep his voice of freedom alive. It reminded him of the grassroots campaign by now Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez where she also got supporters who wanted her voice to come forward onto the American Political scene.
Xander said, “The Hymns is going to be my second album and it’s going to be about finding a connection with something bigger than yourself in the 21st century in this crazy time that we live in.” Pops and Kma were just collecting all the pieces to the puzzle and creating the kind of world they want to live in and to Xander, they said, “Yes, please. More of what you are doing.”
Pop’s continued to read the lyrics as he followed the beat, “Is this living of ours living up to the vision or does this revolution stop at your coffee cup, huh,” Pops liked that because he had seen too many discussion stop at that coffee cup full of promise, high expectations, but no action. Later Xander says, “…but with loads of words that don’t mean nothing.” He was preaching to the choir.
“I and I is a fighting soul, I am one man but I am you all…” He echoed what Pops was feeling inside of his own soul. “I am one man but I am you all…”
The most important line that Pops liked was, “We got to purify, from the inside out.”
After Kma and Marie finished their discussion, Pops said to them, “You got to see this guy, ” Summoning them over to his computer screen and together they watched his video and followed the lyrics.