Hemp advocate Daniel Roberto Ortega and I discuss what should people in the second half of life should know about this plant and its medical and euphoric effects, the variety of ways to use it, how it is helping veterans and others with pain and trauma, as well as some things to be careful of. The interview is chock full of useful information for anyone who has never tried cannabis or for those who tried years ago but might want to try again.
Artist Daniel Ortega mixes the cremated remains of humans and animals with hemp, ash, stone and other organic materials to create stunningly beautiful paintings and backlit keepsake vaults. He does not smoke his work ~ he is on a natural high!
In Part Two of my interview with Kat the Wiccan Mortician, we discuss slow medicine, which is the latest trend in taking back control from the medical machine, her vision for a natural burial ground in Alaska, death doulas, human compositing, and a whole bunch of other interesting things you can only talk about with a lovely and intelligent person. You won’t be bored!
Kinky sex? Blood sacrifices? Boiling children? Sorry. Not here! True, Kat is Wiccan, but there is a lot more to learn about that ancient spirituality than what you might have heard from the myths of childhood fables and stories. Kat brings a fresh, unique perspective to life, death, and the in-between.
A perfect example of how much fun two guys can have when talking about the great music of the 60’s and 70’s. Not only does David go into more detail about the Paul is Dead myth, but he also dives into stories about Hendrix, Dylan, the Byrds, and even Hey Hey We’re the Monkees.
“A Skull a Day Keeps the Doctor Away” with Noah Scalin, Punk Professor, Space Pirate, and Design Rebel. Part 2 of 2
The skull-a-day project by graphic designer and space pirate Noah Scalin will spark your imaginative, creative inner child, and get you more comfortable with your own skull.