Hatibow’s God : The Land Management System

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Originally published on 7/10/15

Continuing my exploration of the published works of Abdelelah Al-Khatib, aka A.M. Hatibov, AKA Hatibow, I’ve begun to piece together the Hatibow “system” that creates our world and creates the infamous Lunar Wave.  To begin with, let’s assume the following is true (forgive me, all – there are quite a few bullet points in this one in order to attempt to keep the info straight for you (and me!).  This is a long post, and I’ve tried to make this as readable as possible for everyone. Continue reading “Hatibow’s God : The Land Management System”

The Curious Case of Todd Sees

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a repost of an article I made on my old site originally published on February 9, 2014

What is it about power lines?  All of us know them and we see them carved all over the country.  They rip into hills and carry up to 800,000 volts across the landscape.  Since a child, I’ve always felt uneasy about the power lines around us.  I’m not a physicist or electrical engineer, but the idea of all that electrical energy passing through a wire conduit above and around us and it not being a health concern? Power lines, to me, have always felt unnatural to me. Continue reading “The Curious Case of Todd Sees”

Who is Hatibow, and What Has He Done with Our Beloved Moon?

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Originally published on April 4, 2015 on old site

Well, as some of you are likely aware, there is currently a new phenomenon on the fringes of the internet involved with our closest neighbor in outer space.  The phenomenon has been deemed by one researcher by the name of Crrow777 as the “lunar wave”. Continue reading “Who is Hatibow, and What Has He Done with Our Beloved Moon?”

Joe Meek : What Daft Punk Sounded Like in 1959

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Note : Article first published on Jan 18, 2014 and moving older material to this site

I was fortunate enough to finally purchase a copy of Joe Meek’s outer space fantasy I Hear a New World on Amazon, and immediately threw it in the CD player on the drive to work today.  I had listened to the first song Friday on YouTube and thought it was curious; “I Hear a New World” sounds like a predecessor to the Beach Boy’s ‘Pet Sounds’ – chipmunk vocals included.  Swaying guitars, laid back percussion, and Meek dissonance. Not a bad start to the weekend. Continue reading “Joe Meek : What Daft Punk Sounded Like in 1959”