GATLINBURG TN (1990): VHS MEMORY OF THE WEEK

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Astral Tips Part 5: (Shadow People/Locust Men)

Picture this: A being of unknown origin feeds off your energy source while you’re trying to astral project.  Is this the tales of nightmares, or something more?  I’ve had run-ins with beings, and even with shadow entities that have shown an attraction to my energy levels… from my research, interviews, and personal experiences… I have come to an understanding of what mainstream culture deems as “Shadow People” or “Shadow Beings”.

I agree with some assessments that surround the lore of the astral realm but will leave that analysis and theories for the upcoming documentary “Locust Men” which is produced by Project Astral.  Locust Men examines the true intentions of the “shadow beings” and how they differ within the astral realm.

If you encounter a shadow being during your astral travels, or dream sequences, do not panic; the aura of these beings are utilizing your fear to manifest themselves – you should exit your astral session and close-off any portals of meditation for a short duration of time (stay within the physical realm) and then try again.  Want to know more about overcoming this roadblock to astral traveling?

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If your encounters are frequent, you must meditate and raise your vibrations to a higher realm.  Attempting to astral project without proper research & energy is the equivalent of trying to ride a bike without prior experience; you’ll keep falling… instead, frustration overtakes.

While astral projecting, you should have a safety net.  This includes TWO STEPS.

1. Alarm

Set your alarm to envision the amount of time you wish to travel.  The time within the astral realm seems longer than it’s actual presence.

2. Object/Light

Envision an object in the room you’re projecting from.  This can be anything from a chair, a piece of jewelry, or a light source you envision to protect yourself. Surround yourself with a light force, projecting an aura.

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5 Songs About The Future

These are 5 songs about the future!

ZAGER AND EVANS – 2525

In the Year 2525” is a song that deals with humanity and how it adapts into the future.  Themes of the song include machines that rule the labor force, asexual humans, test-tube conception, pills for food.  The song ends in the year 10000, which describes earth covered in darkness.

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THE BYRDS – ONE HUNDRED YEARS FROM NOW

One hundred years from this day will the people still feel this way?” Is the opening line to this short but powerful song from The Byrds; it provokes a thought of existence through the spectrum of a memory… stuck between here and now.

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QUEEN – 39′

Queen’s hit “39′” is a take on the famous time dilation scenario first mentioned in Einstein’s special theory of relativity.  This is also the plot of the original Planet of the Apes film.

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THE BUGGLES – VIDEO KILLED THE RADIO STAR

What is there really to say?  Music videos killed the radio star, and the Buggles music video for “Video Killed The Radio Star” is ironically so terrible it makes you rethink the idea of music videos overtaking radio.

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NEIL YOUNG – COMPUTER AGE

Neil Young showcases his talents in synthesizers with the release of “Computer Age”.  A personal connection of Neil Youngs’, since the influence of the song, deals with his journey of communicating with his son who has cerebral palsy and the progression of technology into the future.

Cars and trucks Fly by me on the corner But I’m all right Standin’ proud before the signal When I see the light I know I’m more than just a number

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Wolfman Jack

TIME MACHINE POET OF THE WEEK

Wolfman Jack

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Born Robert Weston Smith
January 21, 1938
New York City, U.S.
Died July 1, 1995 (aged 57)
Belvidere, North Carolina, U.S.

Although I didn’t grow up in the realm of Wolfman Jack; I remember DJ Cousin Brucie replaying snippets of Wolfman Jack on Sirius XM satellite radio on the ’60s on 6.  His humor and voice electrified the music that followed, and his popularity rose to heights unseen before with a Disc jockey.

Born in Brooklyn, January 21, 1938, he would later find his passion in radio as a Disc jockey in 1962-1964 for Inter-American Radio and gained mainstream status via XHRF-FM radio located in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, which had the strongest radio frequency – able to broadcast to California and most of the United States.  His admiration for the Blues and Rock n Roll captivated black musicians into the ears of white school students, who otherwise had no access to the tunes.

He would have a small part in the 1973 film American Graffiti, finally allowing his fans a face to the Wolfman’s voice. Wolfman Jack died of a heart attack on July 1, 1995 at the age of 57.  Wolfman Jack is our TIME MACHINE POET OF THE WEEK.

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