Garrison summarises and explains to the media key points of his official investigation — as New Orleans District Attorney — into the JFK Assassination. Much of what he reveals is not common knowledge even now.
From site: “This is a collection of Mae Brussell’s recordings from 1971 to 1988. The archive begins in June 1971, a month after Mae began her radio career as a frequent guest on KLRB’s show Dialogue: Conspiracy, which expanded into KLRB’s regular segment Dialogue: Assassination and from there into Dialogue: Conspiracy and World Watchers International.
While a few of Mae’s recordings have been lost, this collection [when completed will be] a comprehensive source of her surviving broadcast material. For supplemental interviews and lectures” … Full text below:
“Possibly, one of the most peculiar hÃ³wen (gods) of the Patagonian-Antarctic selk’nam tradition preserved in the initiation rite Hain, is “KÃ³taix-HalahÃ¡ches”–the celestial counterpart of JÃ¡lpen, goddess of the Underworld (the Hollow Earth). Women called him “HalhÃ¡ches”, while men called him “KÃ³taix” (continued).
Rafael Videla Eissmann is a Chilean historian and lecturer who has authored two published books on Atlantis–Â Desde la AtlÃ¡ntida andÂ Los Dioses Extraterrestres: El Regreso de B’Olon Yokte’ K’Uh = The Extraterrestrial Gods Â along with numerous scholaraly articles, and articles inÂ Nexus magazineÂ including an interview with Chariots of the Gods author, Erich von DÃ¤niken. The Swill Bucket is pleased to begin reprinting Eissmann’s recent work from his website:Â Huitramannaland: The unknown history of America
The Beach Boys called it “Never Learn Not to Love”. Manson wrote it as a blues piece but the pop band naturally changed it to suit their genre, which pissed Manson off royally.
In retrospect, not a guy you would want to piss off… It’s a mediocre song at best. I say that now that he’s dead! Ha! Ha!
Key Line: “Submission is a gift”
Here’s another mediocre song he wrote: