VANCOUVER, B.C. - In this compelling in-depth interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Jay Parker, who was born into a multi-generational Satanic-Illuminati family and received MONARCH trauma-based mind-control as a child, discusses (1) Satanic-Illuminati control of U.S. and world society and religions; (2) His personal life experiences being brought up in a Satanic-Illuminati family; and (3) Inter-dimensional (Luciferic-Satanic) or extraterrestrial forces that interact with and control the Satanic-Illuminati power structure.
A three thousand year history of the occult, and it’s relationship with Islamic terrorism, towards the fomentation of a Clash of Civilizations.
Guy Cohen, one of the world's most respected option traders, has reduced his own trading to just two favoured option trading strategies and in Illuminati-Trader he makes those strategies crystal clear – together with access to his personal software which reduces the workload to absolute minimum. Emulating successful methods used by others is one of the most reliable methods of achieving success for yourself. And this is Guy Cohen's objective in making his personal trading methods and software available to those who choose to join his Illuminati-Traders.
How the Illuminati runs the music industry and why Michael Jackson was killed.
Doc's best DVD yet! Now that you have read and heard the noise and chatter about the year 2012, you will be pleased to know the truth of the Illuminati Plan for 2012, from a man who knows the Plan thoroughly, former Illuminati Luciferian, Doc Marquis!
Whatever your current level of experience, I will help you achieve your goals in the markets. I’ve made successful traders who had little to no experience at all. I have also cured "broken" traders and transformed them into consistent, safe money-makers.
Long out of print, this is an overdue reissue of American composer Alvin Curran's third record. Following his involvement in the live electronics performance group Musica Elettronica Viva, Curran embarked on a more personal pursuit utilizing his own voice and a patchwork of minimal synthesizer and field recordings. The two parts of Canti Illuminati show clear affinities to the vocal style of Pandit Pran Nath and Poppy No Good era Terry Riley, while also coming off like a denser version of Takehisa Kosugi's Catch Wave. Curran has had a lifelong affinity to the resonances of foghorns and their sonorities seem to serve as the general underlying drone and pulse of the first section. Curran's vocals, however, are what give the piece its rhythmic push. His tapestry of tape work and synthesizer delays matches the vocal intensity of his delivery; Canti Illuminati pt. 1 ends up most resembling the shimmering dronescapes of late-era Boredoms.
For the beginning section of the second half of Canti Illuminati, Curran brought in a choir; this is probably the least successful section of the disc. That may just be a matter of taste as I generally find chorus' of extended vocal technique to be somewhat corny. However, at about the 10-minute mark of the 24-minute piece the chorus fades away to an exquisitely beautiful extended passage comprised only of Curran's wordless vocals and lyrically minimal piano phrasing. Memorably haunting stuff that devolves at the final two minutes to a little bit of piano improvisation that seems to have been taken from the Great American Songbook. AWESOME!