Tuesday, March 20, 2007

The Sequoia Adams Performance Project is Born

We sing, we dance, we play, we work, we talk, we breathe, we weave ourselves together into the fabric of life.

We celebrate our births and deaths.
We create.

The Sequoia Project is dedicated to the majesty of the creative impulse in all people, to it's full development, and to the dissemination of its achievements into the world at large. It is comprised of performers with the highest standards - tall, strong, and invincible, like the great redwoods of our American forests, protecting the growth underneath, providing shelter and sustenance for their neighboring humans. Talent and potential are treasured no matter how long it takes the individual to bring imagination into form, adding to the natural beauty of the earth, and to the grace of human contribution.
As the project develops, performing artists can talk about influencing society successfully on their terms, remaining faithful to their visions, loyal to their individuality, and maybe even eating inside a proper shelter. Good pipes, a roof, a floor, respect, and some substantial personal gain. Blueprints seem like a possibility to me, and I know I could use some ideas on mapping.
Some of the most potent social and political movements originated with spontaneous discussions among artists, philosophers, writers, musicians, playwrights, historians, and all kinds of great thinkers and shapers of cultural history. The Sequoia Adams Project aims to continue this fine tradition, and provide a central resource for all artists developing and performing in the world today.


imagine a night . . .
when the space between words
becomes like the space between trees:
wide enough
to wander in.
Best of fortune to the Sequoia Adams Performance Project!

A mighty thank you to Acousticgod for the name, and to Chrispito
for the practical plan

.Painting: Rob Gonsalves. Poem: Sarah L. Thomson

27 Comments:

Blogger Tseka said...

tears sting, sparkle, i smile. this is good.

20/3/07 7:39 AM  
Blogger Neith said...

Yes, this is VERY GOOD!!! Spinning this out into the universe feels very, very right. And now is perfect timing for launching a bold new venture! Aries here we come!!

20/3/07 9:48 AM  
Anonymous chrispito said...

Good Morning!!! What a great thing for humble humans to give birth to. Neith is right: now is perfect timing!

20/3/07 10:42 AM  
Anonymous AcousticGod said...

Is it an Aries, or the oldest of Pisces? :)

20/3/07 1:21 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Aries!!!!!

You never know about anything! The humblest envdeavors have proved great with time.

I forgot to post credits for youse guys, and I will.

This was so much fun. How this collaborative effort just came together so easily. Capricorn and Taurus. And this timid little Cancer.

Whatever happens, I do believe there will be creative manifestation as a result. There already is.

I always get this around good partings by death. A huge renewed enthusiasm for life.

Aries and world...here we come!!!

20/3/07 3:10 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Is it an Aries, or the oldest of Pisces? :)

Good thought. The oldest of Pisces, when the war started.

The Sun was there, but the Moon is already in Aries, which fits my chart. Aries rising, coming from the monastery, like the others with a Pisces 12th house. In my case even moreso, with the Mars ruler conjunct Neptune, the 12th ruler. In the 6th house of work, no less!

It's been a hard road coming into the world. Interesting about this timing. It kind of indicates that I can carry my spiritual desires with me.

So I think there is some connection to the violence and death, as the fertile ground sprouts artists to carry on our ideals.

This is dedicated to all the dead, and of course, to the hapless living who have so much work ahead.

20/3/07 3:37 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Btw,
The Sequoia chart had VENUS IN TAURUS!!!!!!!!!!!

20/3/07 3:48 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The more I think about it, the more uncanny it gets. This eclipse and Pluto where the War by the Two Rivers started. I knew from the start that this had a message, this psychotic conflict with no meaning.

The war is over, this eclipse is the good-by, and it's incredible that the germ plasm of our species created the Sequoia Adams Performance Project just at this time so easily and quickly. No fear, no hesitation. Joy and confidence.

Thank you all so much for this renewed faith.
This is a milestone.

20/3/07 3:57 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

Nothing wrong with oldest in Pisces! Today is my son's birthday. He squeaked in to the last coupla minutes of Pisces. Lots of brilliance in the final moments is all i see. Of course i have a wee bias....

Oh, Hel conjuct the moon.
Looks like a set up for genius...that kite. um hum.

20/3/07 4:21 PM  
Anonymous AcousticGod said...

I have a forum friend who gave birth yesterday to a Pisces boy.

20/3/07 4:34 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Happy birthday to my Favorite Son!!!!!
The wisest one around. You did good, tseka!

Oh, Hel conjunct the moon.

OMG.

Something is up. Happy birthday to your friend's little creature acousticgod!

This IS a beginning. Hel is no slouch. I surely felt it.

20/3/07 4:40 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

This is so encouraging! :o)

20/3/07 4:48 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Another thing is Saturn and Jupiter crossing paths. They are trine now and because of the change in direction, will be in that trine for almost three months. Exact the last week of April, first week of May.

Very intersting. Saturn taking the Jupiter energy, going direct, and leaving for Virgo. That should amount to something for the creative body...:-)

20/3/07 4:48 PM  
Blogger jm said...

This is so encouraging!

As you say, joe. "It's about time!"

20/3/07 4:49 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I got a strong feeling that the egg shattering was a collective event. It was too perfect. A new creative dimension is born.

20/3/07 4:51 PM  
Blogger jm said...

It's interesting, the word, "spin". The leaders going out are still spinning in that vortex as they try to propagate the dishonesty. They're going to turn into butter...or cheap oleomargarine..:-)

If you spin just right, you can stay up for a long time. That's why I think the earth's axis shift was the telltale event.

20/3/07 4:54 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

Funny you should mention spin.

You know what's really interesting? I have been dealing with vertigo in the last 2 weeks because my inner ear is messed up from some kind of ear infection. It's being treated now but it so perfectly exemplifies the state of confusion lately. Since I'm such a Saturnian person, it's remarkable that my balance and direction have been totally disrupted time and again.

It can only get better from here.

20/3/07 5:04 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Oh, and Btw, again. That Jupiter-Saturn trine is right on my natal Jupiter-Saturn trine.
Jupiter return be with me!

20/3/07 5:06 PM  
Anonymous Juju said...

I felt a great shift last night, dreams and visions "spinning" outward and back, new openings bubbling up. Coincidentally I've been listening to a Walter Mosely book The Blue Light, in which the great sequoias sing, though some of them roar.

20/3/07 5:15 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Some specs:

Tseka...Mercury 19 Sag, Pluto 21 Leo
Kadimiros...Nn 18 Leo
Acousticgod...Mercury 17 Sag
Jane...Uranus 19 Leo

Jupiter and Saturn at 18 Sag and 19 Leo for 3 months.

20/3/07 5:16 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Juju!!! I just thought about you!

Coincidentally I've been listening to a Walter Mosely book The Blue Light, in which the great sequoias sing, though some of them roar.

OMG.

20/3/07 5:18 PM  
Blogger jm said...

OMG again. The sequoias singing and roaring.
The other night when I sang, they wanted more expression sometimes, perhaps a tiny bit of roar. Maybe not a bad idea. This is wonderful.

The Blue Light too.

20/3/07 5:20 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I have been dealing with vertigo in the last 2 weeks because my inner ear is messed up from some kind of ear infection.

I've been dealing with vertigo all my life!
I've just learned to tilt my axis!

20/3/07 5:22 PM  
Anonymous AcousticGod said...

Hello, Hello
(Hola!)
I'm at a place called vertigo (¿Dónde está?)
It's everything I wish I didn't know
Except you give me something I can feel
Feel
- Vertigo by U2

21/3/07 12:10 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Very funny ag! I'm not up on U2. There are so many songs on this earth.

21/3/07 12:18 AM  
Anonymous jane said...

Talent and potential are treasured no matter how long it takes the individual to bring imagination into form

I needed these words this very minute. Thank you, jm.

21/3/07 6:43 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I need these words, myself jane. Often. Sometimes slow unfoldment makes for strength and longevity.

21/3/07 6:56 PM  

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