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An extremely in-depth talk with Jody Kay on music, creative process,

changes in the era we are living through,

upgrading the changes that were started in the 1960s, healing, sound vibrations,

intentional living, consciousness, ancestral memory,

and more…

 

Approximate Time Stamps:

10:00

How Jared got here

 

16:00

Squaring the circle of being an open creative type while also advocating for your ethno-culture

 

24:00

Consciousness, different types of people

 

34:00

You are one in many, a microcosm of the larger order.

Community gives Jared context for individualistic artist pursuit

 

42:00

Would Jared have gone on livestreams if did music first? Artist’s mind

 

46:00

Jared’s musical inspirations. Codes in the music of classic rock era

 

57:00

Visual art influences, Archeofuturism.

Then back to mixing emotional and artistic themes, why I like rock music

 

1:13:00

Why I chose Led Zeppelin’s “Over The Hills and Far Away”

as the song Jody asked me to hilight as something important to me

 

1:20:00

Music shaping society

 

1:26:00

We can’t sell out because we are heretics.

Currently being on “other side of wormhole” from 1960s

 

1:32:00

Our own intention and role as bards.

Seeds of degeneracy in past? Changing now as alchemists.

Natural living movement in Germany last century,

healthier antecedent to the later hippie movement. 

 

1:39:00

Race memory in music.

 

1:43:00

Freedom theme in that older rock music, sensing we’re not free.

 

1:45:00

Music as magic. Now we must wage cultural spells.

 

1:48:00

“Peace and love” is bad? Harmony of boundaries and openness.

Modern world works towards dis-harmony

 

1:54:40

Why did Jared decide to release songs once per month?

 

1:59:20

Jody plays Jared’s first release, “Someone To Know”

 

2:03:00

More about that song, why Jared chose it as his public introduction.

What it’s like to be open to public critique etc.

 

2:14:30

How Jared made the song, creative process in general

 

2:37:00

On Jared’s writing. Foundational essays, love

 

2:53:00

Some questions from chat—Jared’s favorite drummer, about lyrics of the song

 

3:08:30

Being yourself publicly is the best way to serve.

Self doubts about that kind of thing, doing all your interests together.

Not every creator being a news/political analyst