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Sunday, October 13, 2019

Mike Williams on the Nox Mente Podcast - Dreams, Reincarnation and AI


Ole Dammegard - The Big Business of Mind Fuckery


Martin Kenny - Geocentrism and The Cosmic Clock of Creation


Patricia Steere with Mike Williams - Paul Is Dead (Part 1 and 2)



The Jewish Roots of Beatlemania

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[Source] Fifty years ago, on Feb. 7, 1964, four charismatic, long-haired young men from Liverpool landed at the newly renamed JFK airport. They were met at the Pan Am arrival terminal by 5,000 screaming fans (mostly young women). Two nights later, they made their American television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. More than 73 million people tuned in to experience what would be the start of a cultural revolution … and a musical love affair that has now lasted half a century.

John, Paul, George, and Ringo. The Beatles. Perhaps the most hyped entertainers in the history of popular culture. And remarkably, a group of four extraordinarily talented musicians who managed to exceed overwhelming expectations from the publicity buildup.

The numbers are truly staggering. Twenty Beatles songs have topped the U.S. singles chart. Nineteen of their albums have hit the #1 position. They are the bestselling recording artists of all time by a wide margin, with more than 600 million albums sold worldwide.

Derek Hess of WCSB Talks with Gene Simmons of KISS


Boring Guitar Solos? Not Anymore When You Learn This!


Dark Blues Rock Guitar Backing Track Jam in D Minor


JP Sears - Are You Making This Mistake? - Agreement vs Acceptance Mindset