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ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู(อ่าน 400 ครั้ง)
Re: ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู ตอบกลับ #15 เมื่อ: ธันวาคม 17, 2019, 06:44:49 PM
5 MYSTERIOUS PEOPLE WHO HAVE FINALLY BEEN IDENTIFIED

1. David Lytton
On December 11, 2015, this unidentified man was filmed by CCTV leaving the Manchester Piccadilly railway station in England. A day later, his body was discovered near the "Indian's Head" rock feature overlooking a remote reservoir in Saddleworth Moor. The man had no identification, and other than his train tickets, he was carrying nothing besides an empty vial of Strychnine.

It was believed that he swallowed the poison to commit suicide and likely had some tie to the location where he was found. When reports of the mysterious man’s death were made public, many speculated that he was involved in a 1949 plane crash......in which a British European Airways Douglas DC-3 impacted Indian’s Head in a fog, killing 24 and leaving 8 survivors. That potential lead, however, turned up no clues, and other attempts to link him to missing persons and suspected spies failed.
The case went cold for a year until police focused on Urdu writing found on the vial and a metal plate in the man’s leg. Both items likely came from Pakistan, and the investigation turned to combing through flights that had arrived from the country. By comparing passport photos to the deceased man, police were finally able to identify him as David Lytton in early 2017.

Lytton, formerly known as David Lautenberg, was a 67-year-old man from London who had been retired in Pakistan for 10 years. Despite his identification, the reasons for which Lytton traveled to Saddleworth Moor to end his life remain a mystery.

2. Benjaman Kyle
Early on August 31, 2004, employees at a Richmond Hill, Georgia, Burger King found an unconscious man behind the dumpster. He was naked and sunburned and depressions in his skull appeared to indicate that he had suffered severe blunt force trauma. The man possessed no photo identity documents, and police recorded his name at the hospital as “Burger King Doe.”

When he finally woke up two weeks later, he had no memory of his past, other than that he believed his first name was “Benjaman.” Further adding to the mystery, the man had been suffering from advanced cataracts that rendered him partially blind......and following surgery to restore his eyesight, he realized that he was nearly 20 years older than he previously thought. Listed as the only missing person the FBI knew where to find, Benjaman took the surname Kyle and referred to himself as BK.

Despite appearing on TV, featuring in a documentary, and taking part in a Reddit AMA, he remained unidentified for a decade. It wouldn’t be until 2015 that a genetic detective would discover that BK’s real name was William Burgess Powell......a man born in Indiana who disappeared from his family in 1976 after abandoning his car and leaving all of his belongings behind. A paper-trail of odd jobs traced Powell to Boulder and Denver, Colorado, but records of his existence dry up after 1983. It is still not known what Powell was doing in the years before he was found or how he later ended up behind the Burger King...

3. Lori Ruff
On December 24, 2010, the body of Lori Erica Ruff was found in her car parked in the driveway of the Ruff family’s Texas home. She had died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound and left behind a note for her husband and a sealed letter for her daughter. The Ruff family had always had reservations about Lori, who behaved erratically and refused to speak about her history. That her suicide note contained only "ramblings from a clearly disturbed person" did little to assuage their doubts.

After her funeral, the Ruffs found a box hidden in her closet that suggested “Lori” had been living under a stolen identity......basing her life on the birth certificate of a 2-year-old girl killed in a Washington state house fire in 1988. It is believed that Lori moved to Idaho and used the document to legally change her name and start her mysterious new life.

Scribblings in the box included "North Hollywood police", "402 months", and "Ben Perkins," but offered no clue to her past. Lori’s story generated intense public speculation that she was running away from a crime or had escaped a religious cult. Her true origins remained a mystery until 2016, when she was identified using forensic DNA genealogy as Kimberly McLean. McLean ran away from home in 1986 when she was 18 to escape a turbulent family, but it is unclear why she needed a new identity. Where she was and what she was doing between her disappearance and arrival in Texas in 1988 remain almost entirely unknown...

4. Pual Fronczak
On April 27, 1964, one-day-old Paul Fronczak was stolen from his parents and snuck out of a Chicago hospital by an unknown woman. His whereabouts were a mystery until the shock discovery of a toddler of a similar appearance a year later in New Jersey. Although the identity of the abandoned child could not be established scientifically, the Fronczaks were convinced he was Paul.
The FBI returned the child to the family, and he was raised as their own until he failed to resemble the Fronczaks as he grew. It eventually became apparent to the Fronczaks that “Paul” was an entirely different and unidentified child......a suspicion that was eventually confirmed by DNA testing in 2012, opening a second and entirely new mystery.

It took several years for Paul to finally be identified as Jack, a child who had vanished along with his twin sister Jill. Jack’s biological parents had since died, leaving them unable to shed any light on his early history or why he was abandoned. Even stranger, it is still not known why Jack was left alone in his stroller while no trace of Jill was ever found. As for the real Paul Fronczak, his FBI case has since been reopened and he is once again a missing person...

5. Bella
On April 18, 1943, four local boys in Hagley Wood, England discovered an unusual wych elm tree with a hollow trunk......and after climbing the tree to peer down into the void, they spotted what appeared to be a human skull with hair. The boys reported the gruesome find to police, who uncovered a complete skeleton stuffed inside of the tree. It was determined that the victim was female, and not far away were also the remains of a hand and a gold wedding ring.

Investigators believed she died from suffocation and had been dead for at least 18 months, but were unable to identify her. With WWII raging, the number of missing people reported to police was overwhelming, and no one came the claim the body. A year later, this unsettling graffiti appeared on the Hagley Obelisk near to the tree where the woman was discovered......asking the eerie question, “Who put Bella in the Witch Elm?” despite the victim never being publicly called that name.

The location of her body is presently unknown and the autopsy from the investigation has long since vanished......making the identity of the mysterious woman a subject of intense intrigue amid rumor of witchcraft and ritual sacrifice. The real story of her death, however, may be even more fascinating and tied to a secret Nazi spy mission during WWII......after declassified British intelligence linked a German singer and movie actress, Clara Bauerle, to a captured Nazi agent. The agent’s file contained a photo of Beurle, who allegedly parachuted into England under the codename Clarabella. It is now thought that she may have been captured, killed, and hidden in a cover-up to prevent a local wartime panic...

Source: Dark5 Youtube Channel



Re: ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู ตอบกลับ #16 เมื่อ: ธันวาคม 17, 2019, 06:45:12 PM
5 TIPS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR PROPERTY SETTLEMENT


1. Insurance


Haven't organised insurance yet? Get it now! It can be a risky practice to rely on the vendor's  insurance cover (or lack thereof) if something happens to the property during the period from exchange to settlement. Having adequate insurance in place will give you peace of mind.

2. Keys, codes and passes


Make sure you organise who has the keys and when you can collect them from the agent or your legal representative. Also, make sure you have the alarm codes (if any) and instruction manuals. Some purchasers want to collect the keys that day from the agent; others have the keys delivered to their solicitor after settlement. By sorting out the logistics beforehand, you can enjoy your property sooner (without setting off any house alarms!).

3. Final inspection


This is probably the most important inspection you will undertake, so you should organise it during daylight hours as close as possible to settlement and really take your time with it. Has any debris been left behind? Do the fittings and fixtures remain? Are the contractual inclusions actually in place? Have the exclusions been disposed of?

4. Final Title Search


Just like a final inspection, a final title search will inform you if there have been any dealings with or new interests in the legal ownership of the property. After all, you can't buy something from someone if they don't own it. You'll also need to remove any caveat you've placed on the title to enable the change of ownership to take place.

5. Cheque directions


Your legal advisor and lender will organise the cheques on your behalf, but it's up to you to make sure the settlement amounts and payees are correct before property settlement. Also, make sure the cheques have correct spellings - incorrectly issued non-negotiable bank cheques can hold up and delay a settlement, and that's the last thing you want!



Re: ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู ตอบกลับ #17 เมื่อ: ธันวาคม 17, 2019, 06:45:27 PM
8 HABITS OF WEALTHY AND SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE

1) Wake Up Early
The Rock is famous for waking up around 5 am to get two workout before 8 am and then go on with the rest of his day, but CEOs and successful entrepreneurs do this too, take a look at Richard Branson...!

2) Read More
Successful entrepreneurs need to know about a lot of topics they probably didn't learn at school, but regardless of your profession or what exactly you're trying to accomplish books are a great way to learn about topics you don't know about.

3) Invest in Yourself Successful entrepreneurs spend all their day working on their business but most them also spend a lot of time working of themselves be it reading, taking classes, seeking mentors, meditating or anything that can help them achieve their goals.

4) Meditate
Meditation has become really popular among CEOs and Managers. This is no surprise for anyone who has followed a consistent meditation practice, after all, you can start seeing benefits like reduced stress and anxiety, better sleep among many others with only 10 minutes of meditation per day.

5) Start Investing
According to The Millionaire Next Door the average millionaire in the United States directs 20% of his income towards investments, you don't need to invest 20% of your salary but the sooner you starts the more money you'll have in a couple of years.

6) Workout
ilf you want to have mental clarity and energy throughout the day you need to be exercising, you don't need to go overboard with it, just jog 30 minutes a day or jump some rope or basically any activity that elevates your heart rate will get the job done.

7) Start Keeping Track
Peter Drucker, author of The Effective Executive that says "what gets measured gets managed" and what he means by this, is that if you're not tracking your progress you're not going improve.

8) Engage in Deep Work
In modern times we have a lot of progress on technology, business medicine and everywhere else but we have lost a very valuable skill that our ancestors did have. And that is the ability to concentrate for long periods of time.

5 TIPS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR PROPERTY SETTLEMENT




Re: ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู ตอบกลับ #18 เมื่อ: ธันวาคม 17, 2019, 06:45:40 PM
How to avoid overdraft fees
“Your bank is getting fat off your overdraft fees,” said Darla Mercado in CNBC.com. Banks are still making a “bonanza” charging customers who have insufficient funds in their accounts, despite regulations that went into effect in 2010 barring them from assessing fees on customers who don’t opt into an overdraft protection program. Through the first three quarters of 2016, big banks reaped $8.4 billion from overdraft fees, according to a new report from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group. That’s up 4 percent from the same period in 2015. The median overdraft fee is $34, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. So, if you have a low balance, “think twice before you swipe that debit card.”

“That fee of $30 or $35 might not seem like much,” said Ben Steverman in Bloomberg.com. But the median debit card purchase that triggers an overdraft is $24, which means most overdraft fees are essentially high-interest loans. Customers must by law opt in for overdraft protection, but thanks to fine-print contracts, many don’t remember signing up in the first place. In a Pew Charitable Trusts survey conducted in 2014, more than half of overdrawing consumers didn’t recall opting in for coverage, while more than two-thirds said they’d rather have a transaction declined than pay a penalty. “An overdraft fee may save you embarrassment in the checkout line, but most consumers would rather keep their $35.”

Banking locally may not be a saving grace, said Ann Carrns in The New York Times. “Small banks are not much better than big banks when it comes to the fees they charge customers.” A new study by Pew released last month found that the typical overdraft fee at a community bank is $32, and that all of the nearly four dozen banks surveyed allowed customers to run up fees of at least $90 per day; some permitted much higher daily totals if a customer kept using his debit card without realizing he was overdrawn. “On the plus side,” smaller banks are less likely to reorder a customer’s debits from largest to smallest, “a practice that tends to increase the number of overdraft fees the bank can charge.”

To stop yourself from piling up penalties, keep a buffer in your bank account, said Heather Yamada-Hosley in Lifehacker .com. To determine the right amount, calculate your monthly income, your regular bills including rent, utilities, groceries, and transportation, and when they come due. Then estimate any additional expenses or likely outlays to figure out how much money you need to have in your checking account at any given time. Add a cash cushion—say $200—on top of that to avoid overdrawing on incidental expenses. “It may seem simple, but if it were, no one would overdraw.”

5 TIPS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR PROPERTY SETTLEMENT
8 HABITS OF WEALTHY AND SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE
WHY MILLENNIALS CHOOSE TO BUY HOME



Re: ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู ตอบกลับ #19 เมื่อ: ธันวาคม 17, 2019, 06:46:10 PM
WHY MILLENNIALS CHOOSE TO BUY HOME

According to NerdWallet's Millennials & Homebuying Study, the top 5 reasons young renters choose to own are:

1. To Have Control over Their Living Space - 93%
Many Millennials who rent a home or apartment prior to buying their own homes, dream of the day that they will be able to paint the walls whatever color they'd like, or renovate an outdated part of their living space. Many others who have waited to add a pet to their families daydream about the day that they'll be able to go pick out their 'furever'friend. Owning your own home gives you the freedom to make those choices.

2. To Have a sense of Privacy & Security - 90%
It is no surprise that having a place to call home, with all that means, in comfort and security, is the #2 reason. As a homeowner, you have control over who has access to your home, and you are able to secure it how you see fit.

3. To Live in a Nicer Home - 81%
Similar to the #1 reason, when you purchase a home, you can choose to live in a nicer home or choose to renovate a home & restore its glory. Owning also allows you to accommodate your growing family or a family member who may need to move in.

4. To Feel Engaged in Their Community - 75%
Owning a home in a community is one of the major reasons why residents become more civically involved. The stakes are raised once your home value is directly tied to the neighborhood and community in which you live.

5. To Have Flexibility in Future Decisions - 53%
Owning a home allows you to use your monthly housing cost as a savings account that can be borrowed against in the future. Having this option available during uncertain times is just one of many reasons why homeowners feel more secure in their homes.

"The majority of millennials said they consider owning a home more sensible than renting for both financial and lifestyle reasons - including control of living space, flexibility in future decisions, privacy and security, and living in a nice home."




Re: ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู ตอบกลับ #20 เมื่อ: ธันวาคม 17, 2019, 07:16:54 PM
10 WAYS TO DERAIL AN AI PROGRAM
Despite big investments, many organizations get disappointing results from their AI and analytics efforts. What makes programs go off track? Companies set themselves up to fail when:
1. They lack a clear understanding of advanced analytics, staffing up with data scientists, engineers, and other key players without realizing how advanced and traditional analytics differ.
2. They don’t assess feasibility, business value, and time horizons, and launch pilots without thinking through how to balance short-term wins in the first year with longer-term payoffs.
3. They have no strategy beyond a few use cases, tackling AI in an ad hoc way without considering the bigpicture opportunities and threats AI presents in their industry.
4. They don’t clearly define key roles, because they don’t understand the tapestry of skill sets and tasks that a strong AI program requires.
5. They lack “translators,” or experts who can bridge the business and analytics realms by identifying high-value use cases, communicating business needs to tech experts, and  generating buy-in with business users.
6. They isolate analytics from the business, rigidly centralizing it or locking it in poorly coordinated silos, rather than organizing it in ways that allow analytics and business experts to work closely together.
7. They squander time and money on enterprisewide data cleaning instead of aligning data consolidation and cleanup with their most valuable use cases.
8. They fully build out analytics platforms before identifying business cases, setting up architectures like data lakes without knowing what they’ll be needed for and often integrating platforms with legacy systems unnecessarily.
9. They neglect to quantify analytics’ bottomline impact, lacking a performance management framework with clear metrics for tracking each initiative.
10. They fail to focus on ethical, social, and regulatory implications, leaving themselves vulnerable to potential missteps when it comes to data acquisition and use, algorithmic bias, and other risks, and exposing themselves to social and legal consequences.

5 TIPS TO PREPARE FOR YOUR PROPERTY SETTLEMENT
8 HABITS OF WEALTHY AND SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE
WHY MILLENNIALS CHOOSE TO BUY HOME



Re: ดูดวง ทำนายฝัน ฝันเห็นงู ตอบกลับ #21 เมื่อ: พฤษภาคม 16, 2020, 05:18:44 PM
Guatemala’s Mayan trail
The Mayan civilisation of South America was in deep decline long before the Spanish arrived, says Sarah Gilbert in Wanderlust magazine. In Guatemala, many of its “jungle-clad cities” had been abandoned by the ninth century and its population greatly reduced. So it’s a mystery how this culture and its traditions have survived beyond the Spanish conquest of the 16th century and, more recently, a “brutal” civil war. Today, 40% of Guatemala’s population is indigenous, largely descended from the Maya. A three-night glamping trek “up, down and along ancient Mayan trails”, from Antigua to Lake Atitl?n, takes you to the heart of “a civilisation that seems far from gone”.

The “challenging” trek covers up to nine miles a day, climbing to 2,745 metres. Beyond the city, a broad trail leads to a cloud forest, shrouded by an “impenetrable mist”. The higher it goes, the more “otherworldly” the landscape becomes, sprinkled with bromeliads, old man’s beard and abundant ferns. Crossing valleys, slopes, rivers and deep gorges,  you’ll follow the trail along spectacular landscapes, passing small family farms and rural communities. At night, camps offer “spacious safari-style tents”, double mattresses, “marshmallow-soft pillows” and dinner under the stars – while far in the distance, Mount Fuego performs its nightly volcanic “display of lava pyrotechnics”.

One camp hosts an evening cookery lesson; in another village you can see women weaving on traditional looms. For a more spiritual insight, head to San Andr?s Itzapa’s Temple of San Sim?n, where “believers wait patiently in line” before the effigy of Maxim?n, as San Sim?n is known locally, to leave offerings of alcohol, tobacco and food. To some, this “harddrinking, heavy-smoking” Mayan deity is a saint; to others he is the devil, who has survived the arrival of Catholicism. Either way, he remains a “potent force” in this ancient culture that is “still very much alive”.

Norway’s midnight sun
In far-north Norway, 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle, the sun doesn’t set for the whole of June and July. Of course, there’s “nothing supernatural” about this, yet knowing it and experiencing it are “two different things”, says Paul Bloomfield in The Times. Being in 24-hour daylight alters your “psyche in unexpectedly uplifting ways”. The island of Sommar?y (“Summer Isle”) made headlines recently with a campaign to become the world’s first time-free zone. On this “gorgeous speck 35 miles west of Troms?”, residents want to be free to “paint their house” at 2am if they please. With a “solarcharged spring in my step”, I set out to hike Sommar?y and neighbouring Senja.

With glittering fjords and “winsome fishing villages”, the region has all the appeal of Norway’s more southerly Lofoten Islands, but without the Instagrammers and cruise ships. This is “terra incognita”; I barely see another soul. A rocky scramble gets me to the summit of Hilles?ya, a 300ft-high headland, where “gleaming” beaches are “fringed by the clearest of jade-green waters”. I can see why this is known as the “Arctic Caribbean”, although dipping a toe in the water reminds me how far north I am. Later, I climb ?rnfl?ya, a “mini-mountain” from which I can see colourful clapboard houses clinging to the coves of nearby isles, and all is “silent save for the swoosh of waves below”. I’m entirely alone. With a “wistful sigh” I wish this day will “never end”. And it doesn’t.

A short ferry ride will take me to Senja, where “the roads are quieter, the paths wilder”. The island’s “most photographed landmark (which isn’t saying much)” is Segla, a “dramatic” monolith of a mountain. On my final evening – “at least, so my watch told me” – I sat on my veranda in Senja, “gazing west at the honeyed sun hanging low” above a nearby archipelago. Inntravel.co.uk provides walking holidays to northern Norway. Early booking for next summer is recommended.

Sensory overload in dazzling Singapore
“You have to expect the unexpected in Singapore,” said Doug Hansen in The San Diego Union-Tribune. A face-toface encounter with a toothy, 30-footlong, red-and-yellow cloth dragon taught me that on the day my wife and I decided to explore the city’s famed Orchard Road, a leafy boulevard lined with upscale shops and hotels. The dragon and the drum-driven parade it was leading turned out to be only one of countless pleasant surprises that greeted us during our five days in the vibrant island city-state. Of the six weeks we spent touring Southeast Asia, those days proved the highlight. “In fact, Singapore has become my favorite major, modern city in the world.”

I should mention two drawbacks. First, Singapore is a hot, humid, equatorial city: The average daytime high temperature hovers near 88 degrees. Second, it’s one of the most expensive cities in the world. But its wealth has created something special.

Visiting the National Museum, we were impressed by Singapore’s rapid rise in the first several decades after it was founded in 1819 as a trading post for the British East India Company. A global, multicultural powerhouse by the end of that century, the city—comparable in size to New York City’s five boroughs—is today a leader in education, finance, technology, and entertainment, as well as one of the world’s safest, cleanest, and healthiest countries. And English is the official language.

We changed hotels twice to explore different areas of the city, anchoring ourselves at one point within short walks of several major museums, the famed Raffles Hotel, and a spectacular bayside park. Both the 203-acre Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Gardens by the Bay are must-sees, the latter being the home of the world’s tallest enclosed waterfall. But as beautiful and green as our surroundings were by day, “after nightfall the city transformed itself into a nocturnal kaleidoscope of color, especially down by the bay.” At the Supertree Grove, in the Gardens by the Bay, a light and sound show bathes a stand of 100-foot-tall, man-made trees with music and changing colors.

Exploring untamed France in a classic Citro?n
The C?vennes captured my imagination before I’d ever set foot in that corner of France’s south-central highlands, said David McAninch in The New York Times. “One of the wildest and most sparsely populated parts of the country,” the ancient mountain range with its 5,000-foot peaks and deep river gorges seemed like the perfect place to fulfill a lifelong dream of mine: making a road trip through rural France in a vintage Citro?n 2CV. My wife, fortunately, was willing, and when I discovered Drivy.com, a site that’s like Airbnb for cars, I quickly located an owner in Lyon willing to rent us his 1976 2CV for $70 a day.

The first day didn’t go well. It “rained ropes,” as the French say, and our mintgreen Deux Chevaux lacked a defogger or any wiper speed beyond medium-slow. But when we woke to clear skies the next morning near the village of Anduze, the surrounding landscape was “every bit as beautiful as I’d imagined: terraced foothills backed by craggy, sun-dappled mountains, with pockets of mist nestling in between.” We started to enjoy coaxing our underpowered mule through the mountains and up their “preposterously steep switchbacks.” The idiosyncratic machine coughed and wheezed but mostly carried on. And when we passed a matching mint-green Citro?n, its passengers smiled and waved wildly, just as we did.

On the morning of our final day on the road, the car simply wouldn’t start. Because it was Sunday, and we had a flight to catch, we quickly exhausted all other options and had to leave the car outside our hotel. We made it to Paris in time for dinner and wine at a bistro in the 10th Arrondissement, and the car’s owner was not upset. The repair turned out to be routine, and we had parted ways with the car in a beautiful spot, a riverside village called Sainte Enimie. It sits at the end of a cave-pocked river canyon favored by motorcyclists, and just past the “beautifully bleak” uplands of the Causse M?jean. On Drivy.com, owners offer cars for rent starting at $30 a day.

Exploring Morocco through its music
Though there are countless ways to explore Morocco, “I went in search of the heartbeat,” said Mickey Rapkin in National Geographic Traveler. The music of Morocco is “as varied as its landscapes, from the Atlas Mountains to the red walls of Marrakech to the expansive deserts,” and today, a new generation is integrating traditional sounds with electronic dance music. Live music festivals have multiplied, and when I attended one just outside Marrakech, I felt as if I were witnessing a revolution. And I say that even though the headliners, the Master Musicians of Joujouka—a group of traditional Sufi trance artists that Beat writer William S. Burroughs once described as “a 4,000-year-old rock band”—fit right in.

From the moment I enter Marrakech, music is everywhere—starting with the five daily Islamic calls to prayer and the horn melodies of the snake charmers in the ancient marketplace. Down a narrow alleyway, my guide and I sit for tea with Mohammed Sudani, a master of Gnawa music, which combines hypnotic rhythms with Islamic poetry and is said to have healing powers. “The music is a doctor,” Sudani explains as he strums a guembri, then sings in Tamazight, the ancient language of the Berbers. Later in Anraz, a remote village high in the Atlas Mountains, I listen as eight men and women perform ritual music that “rings out in a gleeful call-andresponse.” Suddenly, the men pull me into the circle, dress me in a flowing jellaba, and hand me a drum. “While the rhythm eludes me, the joy does not.”

During my week of chasing such moments, the single best show I see transpires at a Marrakech caf? where four women perform traditional music at a deafening volume “while young people dance like nobody is watching.” But nothing tops the Marrakech festival for bringing together the new and the old. A Gnawa legend first shares the stage with celebrated British DJ James Holden, and once the 13 Masters take the stage—some pushing 90—they play nonstop for two hours. “The music is visceral—the high-pitch whir of the lira flutes like a snake worming its way through my earholes and taking hold of my brain stem. It is that loud from the first drumbeat.”



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