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Apocalypse Now
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Posted : Apr 28, 2002 00:30
I'd like to get some info about Burning Man. Anybody here that has actually been there?           Both teams played hard
Lucas Zago
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Posted : Apr 28, 2002 18:31
The Burning Man!

Popular And Growing Pagan Festival Draws Crowds From Around The World...more below.
For the past few years earth-worshipping pagans have migrated from Canada, Brazil, Germany, Russia, and 25 other countries, to an isolated corner of Black Rock Desert in Nevada, where a four-day-long New Age techno-fest known as "The Burning Man" has been conducted.

Recent attendance at The Burning Man surpassed 15,000 wiccans, satanists, goddesses, nudists, and a consortium of other lost party-goers, who converged on the hot Nevada desert for a Labor Day weekend of "glorious Hell on earth."

The number of participants at the Burning Man gala has nearly doubled each year since 1986, and this year organizers hope to break an attendance of 30,000.

Burning Man 2001 featured the theme The Seven Ages and is based on an enormous board game. The attainment of wisdom is the goal of the game, which begins with The Cradle and ends at The Mausoleum.

http://www.raidersnewsupdate.com/burningnew.htm

its cuzz this trance dont grow ups in USA... religion shiiiiit....
Lucas Zago
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Posted : Apr 28, 2002 19:02
and the official web site...
http://www.burningman.com
Apocalypse Now
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Posted : Apr 29, 2002 00:07
Hey thanks Lucas. I was wondering how psy-trance and Burning man started partying together? I know that lots of big dudes where spinning there last year: Hallucinogen, Quirk, many more. But how much of a connection is there really? My problem is I am not really passionate about any causes, or religions, or organizations, I just love to party and meet cool people. I live in a hippie commune house so I get enough Save the Trees to last me a life time. Will I fit in here? Or should I just go party in Europe?
Really want to hear from people who have actually been there. No more websites please.           Both teams played hard
Lucas Zago
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Posted : Apr 29, 2002 01:59
off course im not talking about u...when a told about religion... but forgive me if im wrong, its real problem in USA... and no more websites... sorry
Apocalypse Now
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Posted : Apr 29, 2002 11:04
it's a problem everywhere, but it happens in a really cool way in Burning Man from what I heard. The way its supposed to.           Both teams played hard
sage2012
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Posted : May 1, 2002 11:54
HAPPY BELTANE EVERYONE!!!

burningman rules! i went back in '99 and had one of the best experiences of my life... i came back a different person (for the better, of course!). that particular year saw the likes of hallucinogen, medicine drum, x-dream, tsuyoshi, tristan, zoo-b and more... and that doesn't even begin to account for all of the smaller installations that people had set up. i set up camp in 'boomtown', the electronic music village on the 'noisy' side of black rock city... i can't even begin to count how many great people i was fortunate enough to meet over the course of the week (it's hard not to meet a few cool people when you are surrounded by 23,000 naked-except-for-body-paint freaks riding around the playa on fur-covered bicycles, among other things).

don't get me wrong, trance was only a small component of the experience as a whole (it is, after all, THE WORLD'S MOST DANGEROUS ARTS FESTIVAL)... but the music was easy to find, and the energy was unlike anything else i have experienced anywhere else. this event is not for the weak spirited though... you need to prepare if you want to make it out there in the sun/heat/wind/sand/cold/, and dehydration is no joke! as a matter of fact, they make you sign a waiver before they will even let you in stating that it isn't BM's fault if you die out there. as long as you take care of yoursef though, you should be alright.

namaste
mchl
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Posted : May 1, 2002 23:04
sounds great Micheal, that was the kind of info I was looking for. Any plans on going back?           Both teams played hard
Gandu


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Posted : May 2, 2002 02:04
woah...sounds too good to be true...for the US:)...i probably won't have enough time and $$ for this yearz festival...but for sure im gonna be there next year!...anyone else been there?
talolard
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Posted : May 2, 2002 17:44
excludign travel, how much of an expense is the festival.
is it possible to get their with enough stuff and no car?
chow           Work like you don't need the money.
Love like you've never been hurt.
Dance like nobody's watching.

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talolard
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Posted : May 7, 2002 11:45
is ne1 from the tri state area planning to drive there?           Work like you don't need the money.
Love like you've never been hurt.
Dance like nobody's watching.

natanofgaza@yahoo.com
s.no.white


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Posted : May 15, 2002 23:18
have been and will be again!

yes, me and my friends r going to rent R V , and drive there ,last year it took us- L.A- Black Rock City - like 12 hours driving (with brakes..)..
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