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Meru Foundation eTORUS(tm) Newsletter: SPECIAL EDITION
Number 27 – 28 December 2004
Copyright 2004 Meru Foundation
Edited by Levanah Tenen

Stan's radio interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory this past December 9/10 was very successful. I want to thank everyone who ordered Meru materials; your interest and support make a difference, and are greatly appreciated.

During this interview, George Noory played excerpts from Visions of Jerusalem, a symphonic piece by Daniel S. Gil based on the principles used in ancient Jewish sacred music. Coast to Coast AM listeners responded in an overwhelmingly positive way. Many people who called to ask for more information on this music said that it had brought them fully awake, that it was inspiring, and electrifying. One person told me that he had looped the music clips and was playing them continuously.

Visions of Jerusalem is included on the CD Three Orchestral Works by Daniel Gil, available from Meru Foundation. You can hear the clip played on Coast to Coast AM at http://www.meetingtent.com/ThreeOrchWorks.html . A one-minute excerpt from Gil's Creation Overture, based directly on the Hebrew letter-text of the first three verses of Genesis, is posted at http://www.meetingtent.com/firstsounddetails.html .

All of our special Coast to Coast AM offers on Meru's videos and music CD's are available on http://www.meetingtent.com through December 31, 2004. (After January 1, the Zero Blaster, a smoke-ring generator toy included with some of our specials, will be available separately.)

If you enjoyed Stan's interviews on "Coast to Coast AM," and would like to hear him again, please let the show's producers know. You can contact them via their website at http://www.coasttocoastam.com .

This coming Thursday, Dec. 30 at 1 PM Pacific time, Stan will be the featured guest on Talk Radio with Larry Grant, on 91.5 KKUP-FM, listener-supported radio in Cupertino, California.

KKUP-FM can be heard from Monterey north to San Francisco, and also in parts of the East Bay.

If you have a radio interview program whose listeners would appreciate Meru Foundation research, please contact Levanah and Stan Tenen at meru@meru.org.

Mathematician and philosopher Arthur M. Young was one of the earliest members of Meru Foundation's Board of Advisors, and remained a friend and supporter of this work until his death in 1995. Many of Stan's videotaped lectures were recorded at Arthur Young's Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, California. The Reflexive Universe, Young's exposition of his Theory of Process, is the book we most frequently recommend for an understanding of some of his ideas that we learned from and built on. Recently on the Arthur Young website, we came across his essay What is God, which we had not seen previously. It was written in 1985, at about the time that we were getting to know him, and perhaps offers some insight as to why he found our work of interest.

What is God can be found at http://www.arthuryoung.com/whatisgod.html .

If you want to learn more about the work of Arthur M. Young and his Theory of Process, you can order The Reflexive Universe directly from Meru Foundation via our secure server website, http://www.meetingtent.com .


I hope you enjoy this Meru Foundation eTORUS(tm) Newsletter.

We welcome your comments and suggestions, and would like the opportunity to speak with you personally.

If you have comments or questions, please send an email to Cynthia Tenen at meru@meru.org with your phone number and a good time to call -- or, please call us at 781-784-8902 (Boston area). I would like to brainstorm with you.

Thank you for your interest in the work of the Meru Foundation.

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