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Rock Prophecy - Sex & Jimi Hendrix in World Religions - The Original Asteroid Prediction & Microsoft Connection Paperback – November 1, 1999
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This book is exceptionally well written and pleasing to read. The stories are quite a surprise. Fairchild has unusual ways of seeing Hendrix. He combines this with new ways of thinking about religion and society. It strikes me as important research how these topics tie in with asteroids and Microsoft, and with rich people stealing credit for work done by others.
But after hearing Fairchild play that Hendrix music, I realized he does have the best understanding of Hendrix. The audience in Rochester was extremely enthused. Fairchild can use his musical talent to get his views across, which is good because "Rock Prophecy" gives evidence of what looks like jealous people trying to twist and misrepresent what the author is saying. Fairchild is in a battle with people who resent his talent and reject the view that equality is necessary if society is to organize for survival. The research is published here with sources cited for an impressive amount of information. To me, Fairchild reminds of Arthur and the Sword in the Stone. The one who can play that magical music so well is the one who will be listened to. The answers found in "Rock Prophecy" are answers everyone needs to hear.
The book makes you realize how the internet is appropriated as another tool of censorship. There are NO LAWS requiring any website owner to report accurate numbers of "hits" or "views" or "likes" on any site, from Youtube, to Facebook, to Yahoo etc. the hits numbers are manipulated to sway opinions about what is popular or liked, or worthy of consideration. Many internet technicians point out that it isn't even possible to accurately track the true number of hits and views for any website or online report or profile.Read more ›
Fairchild writes that females, as the natural regulators of sex, of when it occurred, were the targets of male-written religions which seek to undermine female regulation, to subvert a woman's right to refuse sex. The male religions all denigrate sexuality as inferior to spirituality, the spirit realm was seen in contrast as the domain of males throughout history. Females, being the ones who give birth, the source of flesh, were deemed vastly more physical than men. It wasn't until the dawn of agriculture ten thousand years ago that men even realized their role in making babies. When they understood this they devised rules in the form of religions that put women in an inferior category as shunned and punished by God for their physicality. This flesh vs. spirit notion, the male religions, gave men huge advantages over women for thousands of years, through the enforcement of beliefs and laws designed to control women.
Hendrix is cited as figurehead of an opposing world view, in Mr.Read more ›
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It is an intense book worth reading.
First it contains the author's personal experiences as a true and dedicated student of Hendrix, having worked for The great artist's... Read more
Hendrix naming an asteroid, or a swarm of them, "Electric Love" at first seems unusual. But one of the biggest, best known asteroids in our solar system is named... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Larr
As I read Rock Prophecy I see how a lot of issues it explains were years later publicized and "treated" with different twists and interpretations by movies and news (from... Read morePublished 16 months ago by TurningTom
On his website Fairchild says Microsoft set up a task force to "co-opt topics from Rock Prophecy" especially the way Hendrix uses the word "Love" as the name of an... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lovely Powers
This book uses the term "retarded" in its literal definition meaning a set-back, a reversal of progress. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sand Gate
The author of this book analyzed all of Hendrix's quotes for the first time and extracted a world view that no one knew existed. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mr. Shroom
I bought this book new and got a video disc included inside the book, about 4 hours of documentaries and concert clips, amazing stuff. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Berger King
I saw the 2003 Martin Scorsese tv documentary about blues music produced by Paul Allen that Fairchild said Mr. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Chris Cay