James W. Jesso interviewed by Swedish political satirist Aron Flam for the DEKONSTRUKTIV KRITIK podcast
We feature Eve and Yaegon on the show to talk about the transformative power of music, theater and dance in the context of ancient technologies, mythology, and magic. We also share a thoroughly grounded discussion about cultural appropriation, the history of domination across cultures, the challenge of being a successful woman in a sexist industry, and the life-giving potentials of monogamous partnership.
Increasingly more so it has become obvious that the so-called Drug War is only making things worse and that prohibition may very well be the cause of the fatal drug problems we see in the modern world. It was great to get Emanual’s thoughts on this as a 20-year advocate for harm reduction.
We will examine moving from complicit behaviours in systemic racism, environmental racism that could be examined and confronted with consciousness and heart-centered accountability, particularly in the above cultures. Ultimately we will look at how to center and support indigenous-led front lines that need us to stand together for the water and future generations in Standing Rock and all lands and waters threatened by corporate greed and governments.
A book exploring the broad-reaching implications of psychedelic drug use in the highly technological environment of contemporary Electronic Dance Music culture; discussing the neurophysiology of…