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Alien Rock: The Rock 'n' Roll Extraterrestrial Connection Paperback – July 26, 2005
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What little "meat" here is padded with tidbits of trivia and any paranormal experience linked with the celebrity under discussion. The author seems either starstruck or overly-credulous, referring to "classic" UFO sightings, conspiracy theories, conactee reports as uncontested fact.
This book might help you impress your baby-boomer friends with your arcane knowledge of rock triva, but beyond that, not much of a reason to invest your time or money.
Like Dan Aykroyd, Marc Bolan of T.Rex started out as a comedian and gradually became a prophet of the unknown like Nostradamus. It is believed that supernatural forces made him shorter than other human beings so that he was able to pose as a child and evade even the most sophisticated of alien surveillance systems. The same forces for good wrote many of his lyrics, as Luckman demonstrates. He's old enough to remember that "T.Rex" was merely the glam punk abbreviation for Tyrannosaurus Rex, a folk-rock group which sought to reanimate the ancient British legends of Stonehenge, Merlin, Excalibur, and the sleeping spirits. Bolan met a human wizard in a French castle near Marseilles who could levitate them both ten feet into the air, and ate nothing but snails, trying to imitate through immersion the DNA-like structure of spiralling which you can find in the Fibonacci sequence of numbers as well as crawling animals.
In some ways, the French know best.Read more ›
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This book is an amazing compilation of musician and space brother correlations. Very easy to read. I was hooked from the first chapter and could not put it down. Highly recommend!Published 2 months ago by JD
Whoo dawgies! Perfect for anyone who's grown bored with TV and has
decided to see what reading is all about. Read more
I wrote term papers like this when I was in middle school: Take a pretty hokey premise and back it up with hearsay and quotes from drug abusers and add a lot of exclamation points... Read morePublished on January 20, 2006 by Billzebub