Music Theory and White Supremacy – “Music Theory and The White Racial Frame” Dr. Ewell

Original article — https://mtosmt.org/issues/mto.20.26.2/mto.20.26.2.ewell.html “Music theory can be seen as a racial ideology in which the views and ideas of white persons are held to be more significant than the views and ideas of nonwhites.” Excellent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr3quGh7pJA

The indefatigable Preston Nichols explains what not long ago was “the next step in digital sound” on this planet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbwvqVh-qWE “It’s true, [vacuum tubes sound better than transistors] because the vacuum tube produces…life energies.” — 37:45 in   From the comments — “…I saw tapes of Preston at a Tesla society  conference. With scientists in the audience he was able to break down quantum psychics formulas on a black board from memory. Some of … Read more

Mark Devlin on The Great 20th Century Music Con

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEx8QD2lC48  

OERA LINDA book — Instructional Manual on How to Keep Freedom — Solari Report: The Codex Oera Linda Book with Jan Ott

in history, the winner tells a different tale than the truth   no one given or allowed power who has sold their own or taken another’s freedom no interracial marriage, no inter-tribal mating – no corruption of morals “what happens when you bring one person into the fold who doesn’t respect the integrity of the … Read more

Laurel Canyon — a series on history of musical artists, songs, drama, culture

Part 1 — Laurel Canyon Episode 1 – “California Dreamin” — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDTRZYXxg1Q Part 2 — Laurel Canyon Episode 2 – “Love Street” — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AXoThQmAwQ Part 3 – – Laurel Canyon Episode 3 – “The Kirkwood Bowl” — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHYqphlIdX8 Part 3A – – Laurel Canyon Episode 3A – “The Kirkwood Bowl” — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUI1S5ZA1rc Part 4 — … Read more

The Music Military Gov Complex

Speaking during a magazine interview in 1971 and not long after he and his band The Rolling Stones parted ways with ‘Decca,’ the music-label/company that had launched their hit recording career, Keith Richards said, “we found out, and it wasn’t years till we did, that all the bread we made for Decca was going into … Read more