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orthodox jewish trance trooper?

son of psy


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Posted : Oct 9, 2006 06:53
devoted to judism, devoted to trance culture, can they co-exist???

in the last two years i have thrown myself into, and have grown within myself through this wonderful world of trance. some of you have witnessed this first hand. ironicaly i seem to have found religeon (organized religeon in trance world?!?!?) i think only because of my involvment with you. those of you who know me i hope do not think of me as a fool, i am not confused in the least i am merely retaining the thoughts of my "other" family. please feel freeeeeeee of course as usual to speak your mind.

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the dog of tears
the dog of tears

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Posted : Oct 9, 2006 07:57
hey son of psy!
my name's dave and you can find me at most dark trance parties wearing a bloody labcoat and a yarmulke. i am an orthodox jew / baal teshuvah and have been so for over six years, longer then i've been in the trance scene. this past weekend i missed my absolute favorite party, goa gil in a redwood forest, because of the chagim of Sukkot. it was really frustrating but i lived through it!
i always drive to parties after Shabbat and i bring my Tefillin with me to the party.
i would love to meet you, what region are you in? i go to most parties in california...
son of psy


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Posted : Oct 9, 2006 20:10
thats cool i've been discussing what i would do and it sounded usually something like what ur talking about.maybe in a short time there will be a minyan on sunday morning. but unfortunatly unless ur coming to the east coast i will not get a chance to meet you, maybe next year we can meet in burning man i would like to come to the west, there are more, and bigger parties there that i hear about and see pics but dont get to expeiriance myself. bummmer
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the dog of tears
the dog of tears

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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 01:13
yes, you should check out our wonderful outdoor events in California. or maybe make the trek out to the AUM Festival next summer. i've never tried, but i'm willing to bet you could gather a minyan at a trance party... i usually just daven alone, and yes publicly. well sometimes i try and hike out as far from the sound as possible to see if i can find a spot where i can literally not hear the sound system (very difficult at some of our mojave parties), but when im feeling less energetic i just daven by my camp spot... i figure it can't be any weirder for someone to see then a big backdrop of ganesh or an altar filled w/ hindu and buddhist symbols. i generally consider the trance party to be a very comfortable place to express myself spiritually, not to mention that Israeli's are always surprised when they see a Jew w/ a kipa at a party! (most parties in Israel are on Shabbat).

any ways i will be in NYC oct 31 thru that weekend so if there's a trance event then maybe we could meet. otherwise yes i do go to burning man every year (and hopefully there will be a big psy trance camp this year).
mizza


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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 03:07
have you guys ever heard of this group of religious jews in israel that ride around in a van with a huge speaker system, stop in the middle of new jerusalem, or anywhere for that matter, and blast trance in the streets??? it's really cool, i was lucky enough to witness this once, they get people to just lose it in the roads, and they even drove up to the lebanese border this summer (during the war)!! they are pretty cool, i don't know if they have a specific name or something, but they are known by many israelis... they found a really neat connection between judaism, spirituality and trance!! na-nah-nahma-nahman meoman
yahshi
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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 03:46
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On 2006-10-10 01:13, the dog of tears wrote:
yes, you should check out our wonderful outdoor events in California. or maybe make the trek out to the AUM Festival next summer. i've never tried, but i'm willing to bet you could gather a minyan at a trance party... i usually just daven alone, and yes publicly. well sometimes i try and hike out as far from the sound as possible to see if i can find a spot where i can literally not hear the sound system (very difficult at some of our mojave parties), but when im feeling less energetic i just daven by my camp spot... i figure it can't be any weirder for someone to see then a big backdrop of ganesh or an altar filled w/ hindu and buddhist symbols. i generally consider the trance party to be a very comfortable place to express myself spiritually, not to mention that Israeli's are always surprised when they see a Jew w/ a kipa at a party! (most parties in Israel are on Shabbat).

any ways i will be in NYC oct 31 thru that weekend so if there's a trance event then maybe we could meet. otherwise yes i do go to burning man every year (and hopefully there will be a big psy trance camp this year).


u right about minyan at trance party, in nyc it is possible
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the dog of tears
the dog of tears

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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 04:53
sounds like crazy Breslov Chassidum.
they're Shabbat services are sort of like a trance party, except less doofing and more ayayay-ing.

mizza wrote...
"have you guys ever heard of this group of religious jews in israel that ride around in a van with a huge speaker system, stop in the middle of new jerusalem, or anywhere for that matter, and blast trance in the streets??? it's really cool, i was lucky enough to witness this once, they get people to just lose it in the roads, and they even drove up to the lebanese border this summer (during the war)!! they are pretty cool, i don't know if they have a specific name or something, but they are known by many israelis... they found a really neat connection between judaism, spirituality and trance!! na-nah-nahma-nahman meoman"
son of psy


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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 08:20
those isreali's sound like my kinda ppl. getting ppl to spontaniously dance in the street is always a good thing!!
but i go to most parties in ny and i know most trance ppl here and so far i have not found ten regulars for minyan...work in progress           --><--IT IS EXTREMLY ADDICTIVE CONTENT, THE START OF A NEW BEGINING---><---
PsyCore


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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 10:43
yeah dave, but do they also strongly believe in peace for the wicked? because if they don't then all would be for naught, right?
the dog of tears
the dog of tears

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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 11:03
scotty mchotty wrote
"yeah dave, but do they also strongly believe in peace for the wicked? because if they don't then all would be for naught, right?"

yeah that's been confusing me because according to Isaiah "There will be no peace for the wicked" and yet it seems Kin Dza Dza and Psykovsky have indeed found PEACE FOR THE WICKED!!!! mwahhahahaha neuro trauma trance in yo face.
PsyCore


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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 11:11
so what you're saying is:

(Kindzadza + Psykovsky) > Isaiah

Well I can see how that would work... but they'd need to be added together. Only Gil is greater than Isaiah by himself... well at least on the platform of whether the "wicked deserve peace" or not. I'm sure Isaiah is better at eating top ramen, or playing Cat's Cradle or some other cool talent like that.
Nomolos(Zenon Rec.)
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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 11:47
there are A LOT of orthodox Jews that love psy-trance here in Israel....not so many ultra orthodox though(dancing near/with a women that is not your wife wouldnt go down well with them).

i myself grew up Orthodox and kept a Kipa on my head untill the age of 16 when it kinda lost its significants to me...

Chag Sameach.

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son of psy


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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 19:03
for me it was at 12, now i am 22 and i dont know how much acid later, but suddenly i feel like wearing it once more...strange? i think not
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the dog of tears
the dog of tears

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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 21:28
Scott wrote:
"Only Gil is greater than Isaiah by himself... well at least on the platform of whether the "wicked deserve peace" or not."

No you fool, Gil is Elijah the Prophet.
SkyBluGoa
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Posted : Oct 10, 2006 21:50
Please stop this religious talk on Isratrance. It's against guidelines as you know.
There was a topic about Jesus a few months ago that turned in to something affencive and disrespectful for many people including me as a Christian!
Moderators, please lock this non sense topic before it's gone too far.

Thanks.
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