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November 23, 2007

Dhol Of Punjabi

Filed under: Uncategorized — Fadi Ayat @ 8:39 pm


The Dohl is a percussion instrument that is traditional to Indian culture. It is a double ended barrel drum – although some forms of the Dhol may have straight sides. The heads can be either synthetic or made of goat skin or raw hide. The Dohl is tuned with the use of bolts. It is considered as similar to the “Dholka”, otherwise known as the American Dhol, it is also similar to the pan-american instrument the Tambora. In Qawwali music, the term Dhol is usually refers to a similar but smaller drum that is used with the smaller tabla drum as a replacement for the left hand tabla drum.
Dhols tend to vary in sizes depending on the region they originate from. The difference in sizes came about to accommodate the different needs of the instrument players. Dhols found in Punjab are generally smaller because they need to fit the needs of player who tend to do energetic dances while playing the instrument, while in India and Pakistan the Dhol remains big in order to preserve its loud bass tone. The Dhol is used as a traditional accompaniment to traditional dances like the Punjabi dance of the Bhangra, the traditional dance of the Gujarat, Raas and the religious music of Sufism, Qawwali.
The rum structure is composed of a barrel (traditionally made of wood) and its open ends are covered in goat skin, any other animal hide or with a synthetic material. The tone of the Dhol is adjusted with the use of interlaced ropes located on its sides or with the use of nuts and bolts. The degree of tightness of the skin can sufficiently alter the tone of the instrument. People who play the Dhol are referred to as “Dohl players” or Dholis. In modern Punjabi music, Dhols with synthetic coverings are commonplace. A smaller version of the Dhol is known as the Dholka or the Dholki.
Traditionally, the Dhol is played with the use of two wooden sticks, which are most of the time made of bamboo and cane wood. The American Dohl is played with the hands and is placed in between the knees or on the lap of the player.
The Dhol is a very important historically. Before the advent of electronically recorded music Dhol players were much sought after in India and they were asked in play in both formal and informal events. Other than in India, the Dohl has gained much popularity in Fiji, the United Kingdom, and Australia as well as in North America.


November 22, 2007

Ethnic Drums

Filed under: Uncategorized — Fadi Ayat @ 6:14 pm

When it comes to music, whether instrumental or mainstream bands, karaoke’s or any other form of music, drums play an important role to provide base and theme. In fact ask people which instrument they’d fancy learning and there are many enthusiasts who will echo the drums. When you’re talking about drums don’t limit you’re scope of music because here’s one place where you’ll get drums from different parts of the world, drums that have been echoing history over the generations. Find every ethnic drum need today.

If you’re keen on music you’ll know the difference between sounds and the extent to which you can create and merge unique sounds with mainstream music. You may never travel to every quarter of the world, but here we can give you music from all corners of the world. Whether its Indian, African, Caribbean, Japanese or Australian ethnic drums you have in mind, there is all that and much more for you to try your hands at.

You can get your hands on a wide range of ethnic percussion instruments. This includes bodhrans, doumbeks and Shaman drums. In case you have never heard of them here’s where you can learn about the opportunities music presents to you. Know more about what the world around you offers, it’s only about realizing and asking with arms wide open and you could be transported to a distant land with the medium of music. The African djembes and ashikos, Indian tablas and dhols will help you view music with a much broader perspective and open up more doors to your musical existence.

You can now choose from ethnic instruments that are used the world over in varying styles of traditional music. This includes folk, celtic, medley and classical. In case you’re not too sure of what you want or what can match your music tastes, it’s made all too simple for users. Selecting the right ethnic drum has been made easy because each ethnic drum you’re curious about has detailed information regarding its development, history and use. Whatever your musical taste is there’s always an ethnic drum that you could use. Choose from Bongo drums, Cajon Drums, Conga and/or the Darbuka.

Drums have been use from the early years when mankind lived in forests. It was used as a means of communication and helped send out messages to the tribes and communities in and around a particular region. Each drum beat signified something and in time drums became an important part of life. From long distance communication, to being an important part ceremonial and religious functions drums have always been popular.

Drums were used for war cries, to send spy messages, as warning signals and in case of any new occurrence. Drums were used to hunt animals and to pay tribute to leaders. They have played an important role in history and are still around to provide great joy. The best thing being every user can make their own beats and every new creation keeps the tradition of ethnic drums marching forward. So come find your calling in a range of
Davul Drums, Dunun, Kpanlogo, Mridangam, Taiko, Tambourine, Tan-tan, Timbales, timpani and the likes of many other ethnic drums.

Ethnic Drums

November 6, 2007

The Myth of the Lost Civilization

Filed under: Ancient Culture — Fadi Ayat @ 5:10 am

The mystique of a drowned continent has stimulated wonder among seekers after ancient wisdom and bewildered researchers for over two millennia. Thanks to the Ethersphere, Online book store readers can now enjoy a vast array of volumes dealing with the riddle of Atlantis, both from a scholarly perspective and fiction.

There are more thoughts regarding what that fantastic island entailed and how the remains could be found than virtually any other of the many stories involving prehistoric superior cultures. The legend of a Utopian culture which was destroyed in a cataclysm has endured exactly for the reason that it rings so true as we confront what may turn out to be our own Deluge or Golden Age.

Socrates’ student, Plato, originally wrote about a sunken civilization, called Atlantis, about twenty-four hundred years ago. His version suggests Atlantis had been in the Atlantic Ocean and had perished about ten thousand years earlier.

American mystic Edgar Cayce described the island as a large land mass, rivaling the dimensions of Greenland. As it is told in the seerís complete vision, the Atlanteans were accustomed to supernatural psychic abilities and tools, and seeded colonies to the peculiarly similar solar-worshiping civilizations of the ancient Egyptians and the pre-Columbian Americans. The topic is frequently associated with reincarnation and auras, often figuring in Golden Dawn 2012 prophesies.

Hypotheses suggesting the site of the “Lost Continent” vary widely from the Far East to the Carribbean, although, of course the most promising possibilities which are small local islands with a long tradition, most notably Sardinia and Malta.

We may never know the facts, nevertheless, the evidence appears overwhelming: human kind has reached high levels of advancement in the distant past and the cycle of development and decimation, perhaps in a recurring pattern, long before that which we often regard as being earliest twinkle of time.

January 30, 2007

Oil Factor -War on Iraq العراق

Filed under: bush,Iraq,Mid-East — Fadi Ayat @ 5:58 pm

 The Middle-East holds 70% of the world’s oil reserves while North America and Europe will run out of oil in 2010 at their current rate of production. Current technologies might provide alternatives to oil for energy but not to oil for plastics. In the wake of Vice-President Dick Cheney’s 2001 Energy Task Force, is it a coincidence if George Bush targeted Iraq in its so called “war-on-terror”, a country known to possess the second largest oil reserves in the world? Is it another coincidence if U.S. forces in Afghanistan and Central Asia are based near Central Asian oil and natural gas? Was invading Iraq and Afghanistan really meant to reduce terrorist threats against the United States or was it a ploy to guarantee that the average American can go on for a little while consuming 4 times more energy that the average European or 32 times more energy than the average African? Persian Gulf War, United Nations, U.N., in violation of international law, bombings, illegal, marc … all » garlasco, weaponry, iraqi leadership, mohamed assan, president george w. bush, administration, andrew shlapak, karen kwiatkowski, saddam hussein, zbigniew brzezinski, weapons of mass destruction, wmd, pnac, project for the new american century, vice president dick cheney, donald rumsfeld, paul wolfowitz, jeb bush, new world order, nwo, neocons, neo-cons, gary schmitt, randa habib, ahmed chalabi, george tenet, john negroponte, cia, covert operations, energy supplies, mike, michael c. ruppert, oil consumption, supply, demand, economy, economics, pierre-marie gallois, supplies, nepdg, noam chomsky, david mulholland, pipelines, price of oil, dathar al kahar, refinery, refineries, fields, drilling, radioactive, radioactivity, du, depleted uranium, uranium 238, 234, 235, toxicity, cancers, birth defects, contamination, paul bremer, dyncorp, halliburton, national security council, nsc, bechtel, guantanamo bay, defense contractors, kellogg, brown & root, detention concentration camps, elizabeth hodgkin, abu ghraib, governments covered up,osama bin laden, taliban, al qaeda, natural gas,ahmed rashid, mullah omar, enemy combatants,geneva convention, hamed karzai, opium poppies,heroin, anti coalition forces, resources,terrorism

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January 29, 2007

Vaccination Links

Filed under: Needles Of Poison — Fadi Ayat @ 7:37 pm

If you did not find the resource you were looking for on our page, try this link on another site:
Support Organizations USA/Worldwide, State Exemptions, Lawyers, Science, Books, Alternative solutions.


David M. Ayoub, M.D.
The Prairie Collaborative for Immunization Safety
1248 South Grand Ave West, #5
Springfield, Illinois 62704
(217) 726-0814
(217) 691-3298
***IMPORTANT ON LINE VIDEO about vaccines*** by Dr. Ayaub M.D.
Mercury, Autism and the Global Vaccine Agenda 1 1/2 hours long.

Illinois Vaccine Awareness Coalition
Barbara Mullarkey, director

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P.O. Box 946
Oak Park, Illinois 60303
(847) 836-0488

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8320 S. Nashville Ave.

Burbank, IL 60459-2333


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Mercury, Autism and the Global Vaccine Agenda

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Evidence of Harm: Mercury in Vaccines and the Autism Epidemic: A Medical Controversy


David Ayoub, M.D. goes through the relations of Mercury to Autism as well its connections to “National Security Study Memorandum 200”; for population control. Showing its shocking connections to today’s G.A.V.I. Are powerful forces really trying to help the poor people or could it be for another agenda; the sterilization of the poor? This is an upsetting video, so brace yourself.

What’s in a Flu Shot?

Filed under: conspiracy,Funny Shit — Fadi Ayat @ 6:40 pm

Before you get your next (bird) flu shot, watch this short vid and make sure it’s something you really think you need.


Filed under: Funny Shit — Fadi Ayat @ 6:33 pm

Ironic isnt it folks?

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