Danny Torgersen “The Omega Seed”_on Quantum Matrix Radio
Danny Torgersen “The Omega Seed”
This show was broadcast on November 2, 2015.
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Band leader of the renown “atomic jazz fusion” sound and visual extravaganza machine known as Captain Squeegee*, Danny Torgersen spends an hour and a half with us today, philosophically exploring the issues of today from the perspective of an eclectic and gifted artist who writes and performs with a satirical, humorous, insightful, in your face, and from the heart honesty.
Torgersen points out that the concept of “the Omega Seed” is key to understanding a path toward changing the paradigm. The Omega Seed, conceptualized by Arizona’s Paolo Soleri, refers to, in its essence, the bridge between matter and spirit, the bridge being that drive within which creatively compels the human spirit forward…and when we walk this bridge we walk toward a changed paradigm.
*Captain Squeegee’s song, Shift Happens, written by Danny Torgersen, is gratefully used as the theme song for Quantum Matrix Radio.
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About the Show Hosts:
Pamela Senzee is a mural and fine artist, an author, and adventurer. In 2012 she crossed the United States by bicycle along with a fellow peace activist. They embarked on this journey on behalf of the organization Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Pamela wrote about her experiences, lessons and insights during this epic adventure in her book Quantum Trek – a post-9/11 journey of transformation.
David R. Meiswinkle is the President and Founder of New Jersey 911 Aware. He is a retired New Brunswick police officer and a United States Army veteran., and presently a criminal defense attorney. David was the founder of the New Brunswick Reporter. His activism and articles outlining local municipal corruption brought the federal authorities to New Brunswick which led to major investigations and the arrest, indictment, and conviction of prominent local political figures. David served as the Secretary of the New Jersey Reform Party, and was an independent candidate for Governor against Chris Christie in 2009 and ran for a congressional seat against Chris Smith in 2010. He holds a B.A. from Rutgers College, a M.A. from New York University, and a J.D. from Seton Hall University Law School.