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By Lee Carroll (Kryon), Patricia Cori, Pepper Lewis

ISBN-10: 1578634741

ISBN-13: 9781578634743

Non secular seekers all over the place realize it: the realm is altering quickly. The previous ideas do not practice. The extra open we're to tips the extra assistance will come to us. The information during this publication teaches us the best way to realize the interdimensional energies in our 3D international. As governments shift, economies are pruned, and platforms fail, listed below are hopeful directions for the way have a good time the failure of the outdated because it makes means for the hot, find out how to stability our strength and that of the planet, and the way to satisfy the long run that's now.

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Hattingen is a small village, actually; it’s not even a real town. CLARA WEYERGRAF: RS: There are steel villages in the interior of the valley. And these are what we would call company towns, in which the entire village . . AM: RS: CW: Absolutely, yes. Everyone has something to do with the company. There would be more than one steel mill per town, or is each town dominated by a particular firm? AM: In this town there is only one mill. It had been the property of Rheinstahl but then was taken over by Thyssen.

I thought it would be best to go right back to the situation where it was made. Most of the workers go in and out of that train depot, and I wanted very much to put it up there. When we did the piece for Documenta, the work was not so extreme. We just had to order, cut, and tool the plates. I saw the forge while I was there, and I’d never seen a machine like that. The forge was probably sixty to seventy feet high. And I had never seen anyone singly handtool a forty- or fifty-ton block of steel.

I was struck by the way in which you had revived, in a very different and interesting way, for the steel mill film, the notion of a central message that unrolls before the spectator together with a sound track which is disjunctive from the text. Here is the beginning of the text of Television Delivers People . . AM: RS: I like the text very much. “The product of television, commercial television, is the audience. Television delivers people to an advertiser. There is no such thing as mass media in the United States except for television.

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