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

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

How The Media Controls Your Mind – Alan Watt

This video is an edited version of one of Alan Watt’s blurbs from November 23, 2006. This video provide a brief introduction to the subject of predictive programming and how the mainstream media has been used to subtly manipulate our minds to guide us down a particular path. There is so much to this whole … Read more

FREQUENCIES (2013) movie premieres memes of sing-song sounds, lyrical control words, and ancient aural technologies

Far more deeply interesting than the shallow, mindless write-ups and reviews would indicate. This movie touches on themes of mind, body, and soul as relating to resonance, vibration, speech and lyrical control. Dissonance between two erstwhile kindred spirits is finally overcome with old technology (made new again) that applies trigger words, sounds, and two-syllable phonemes … Read more

Economy of the Ether: Early Radio History and the Commodification of Music

The early history of radio is an absorbing and complex saga. Often told from the narrative perspective of its inventors, technical milestones, or regulatory developments, little has been written about the commercial history of early radio and its influence on the commodification of music. Using a theoretical framework of commodification based upon the concepts of … Read more

Music, Media, Military, Mind Control – Neil Sanders

Content Published on May 13, 2013 It’s probably fair to assume that the majority of us who’ve followed the research of Neil Sanders initially became aware of him from his numerous guest-spots on Richard D. Hall’s ‘Rich Planet TV’ show. Since his first appearance on the programme in 2010, he’s firmly established himself in the … Read more