Wednesday, July 25, 2012

First Video, Belly Dancing

I have been belly dancing off and on for a few years, but have not had formal training other then a couple classes and videos. I actually want to take more formal training, and improve my skills. What is good about this video is that I can see what I need to work on with both form and rhythm.

Belly dancing not only is something I wish to improve and perform, but also something that will hopefully help with my confidence. With this dance, or any dance, you have to be more aware of yourself and comfortable in your own skin and that comes with time. I am for sure not entirely comfortable in my own skin yet. This dance also works great for exercise as well. You become strong and more flexible with time and practice.

As this year continues, I hope to progress with my lessons to smooth out my moves and become more adept. One of the ways I will be doing this is doing more videos of my dancing (you get to see me do more silly dancing) that will be a little more thought out then off the cuff as this one was.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Earthen : Last Rites July 18

Wed, July 18, 2012 

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Reggies Rock Club

Chicago, IL



Venomous Maximus 

The Gates Of Slumber 

Hammers of Misfortune

Go check out Earthen's facebook page. They have some songs now up now so you can listen before the show.


Wednesday, May 23, 2012

URN Epiphany Summer 2012 Tour Dates
Urn Epiphany summer 2012 tour dates are as follows:

24 – Houston, TX – Abbey’s Pub
25 – Arlington, TX – The Ranch Nightclub
26 – Austin, TX – Hoek’s Death Metal Pizza
27 – San Antonio, TX – Bonds 007
31 – Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico – Rock Amerkia

1 – Saltill, Coahuila, Mexico – Salon Paraiso
2 – Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico – Tarek
3 – Durango, Durango, Mexico – CafĂ© Madrid

24 – Kansas City, MO – Riot Room
25 – St. Paul, MN – Station 4
26 – Fond du Lac, WI – Ziggy’s
27 – Chicago, IL – The Ultra Lounge
28 – Sauget, IL Pop’s
29 – Indianapolis, IN – House of Rock

Friday, November 18, 2011

PRS 110: Introduction into the History of Spiritualism

Join Eilfie Music for a 4 class introduction into the history of spiritualism and its influence in early paranormal investigation. The class will delve into the early forms of spirit communication in pre-Christian times going from a serious view of talking to the other side to a down hill slope of parlor games and superstition. They will learn about the early catalyst of the spiritual movement in America, but will see how it gripped society and was greatly effected by war and economic changes in history. With this class, they will see the genesis of paranormal investigation.
What’s Included:
1) Access to all 4 lectures, live or taped: Like with real classrooms, students/attendees will be able to get the most out of their experience by attending the live lectures.  However, for those who have to miss a class or two, there’s no worries.  The lectures will be saved and viewable from January 12 through May 8.
2) Access to the Virtual Instructor’s Office: A private social site has been set up where attendees/students of the program will be able to register and gain access to the message boards, group discussions, group activities, all powerpoint files and reading materials, etc.  Additionally, this will be where the students/attendees can interact with the instructor privately.  We know this is especially important for those who may have additional questions to ask Ms. Music about the courses, but don’t want to bother with sending her an e-mail at her fan address or via Facebook.  Here, it’ll be just you and your fellow attendees interacting with the instructor.
3) Access to quizzes and a final project, for those who wish to test their knowledge: Although it’s not a requirement, quizzes and a final exam will be made based off of the lectures and reading materials.  Ms. Music will be grading your quizzes.
Registration & Cost:
Registration is open starting Friday, November 18, 2011 at 5:00 pm EST.
Class Times: All classes will be held from 9:00pm EST – 10:30pm EST. Class One: Tuesday, January 17, 2012. Class Two: Tuesday, January 24, 2012. Class Three: Tuesday, January 31, 2012. Class Four: Tuesday, February 7, 2012.
Cost: $60.00 per person (includes everything listed above)
Click here for more details: Paranormal University 

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

The Life of the Sorcerer's Apprentice and Living With Magick in a Mundane World. The First Revised Abraxas Editions

Available now through Lulu press, is the combined revised edition of my Uncle Tony's books: "The Life of the Sorcerer's Apprentice" and "Living with Magick in a Mundane World" in a hardback version. Anthony Mollick is a student in the A.:A.: and learned under my father James L. Music Frator Antemos

Friday, October 7, 2011

The Neptune Theatre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Here are some of the photos taken from the Halifax speaking at the Neptune theatre.

This is what happens when I get to be on a cool gothic stage, and they have a lab skeleton. I've always wanted my own lab skeleton to use for photos and have propped in a chair. They are just the coolest thing. I don't think I would have been able to fit it in my luggage.

Here is Sergey exploring the rest of the Frankenstein set where the lab is set up. If we had more time, I would have so done a photo shoot there.

The ghost hunt went well, and we got to see more of the behind the scenes areas since that was where more of the activity was reported. One of the main ghost known by name that haunts the Neptune Theater is "Syd the Ham" Syd apparently worked on the stage back when the place was still doing vaudeville, known as the Strand theatre. This ghost craves attention, and loves it when people are giving him the lime light.

The area where we did most of the EVP sessions was actually in the newer area that was built in 1997. Even though it is not as old as the rest of the place, employees reported seeing strange things when alone or few people are in the building. So if you get a chance to go to the Neptune theatre in Halifax, be sure to say 'hi' to Syd.

Just before we started the ghost hunt, the people who help us with the stage for our lecture, were kind enough to stay around and talk about there experiences at the theater.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Canada Fall Tour Travel Journal Entry 2

October 2, 2011
Halifax, Canada
Day 2

Ottawa went well, with the VIP, Lecture, and then ghost hunt. Tyler and Jessica of SpiritQuest were a great hand as our volunteers.

Over the years of doing lectures, it has become only semi easy to stand in front of a large crowd and talk. What I do enjoy is seeing the reaction of the crowd when they see the evidence. Ryan tells the story and then we show the evidence, and I've seen people surprised or horrified.

After the lecture, we had a short break to allow the audience out for the ghost hunt. We devided the group in half, so that some would go upstairs with Sergey for Ganzfeld while the rest staid on the stage with Ryan and I for a seance. The centre did have rumors from of people seeing shadows and hearing strange sounds. We decided to do a very simple version of "One Hundered" candles, since it would put everyone in the spirit mood. Many ghost stories from guests of their own experiences were told including myself and Ryan. I hope to do this again at the other locations, and maybe even use candles this time.

After the Ghost hunt, we packed up everything and decided late night food was needed. The PRS crew and the volunteers headed to a local diner that is open 24 hours and claims to have the best poutin around. Elgin Street Diner is a place that is perfect to head to after a night the bar or club. These are my favorite places to eat at; especially late at night.

The poutin turned out really good, and it was a lot of fun to just sit and chat while enjoying diner food. When we left, all of the bars and clubs were letting out and quickly filling the small diner.

With an early flight to Halifax, we only got a few hours sleep before catching a plane to Halifax.

Sunday is a our down time before Monday's lecture at the Neptune Theater.