Paul Allen's PBS TV Series Rebuttal to Rock Prophecy:

The Microsoft brute must've been totally obsessed with Rock Prophecy to produce such an elaborate TV rebuttal.


The disturbing nightmare is the way the media protects his bullying by suppressing all reports about Rock Prophecy and obstructing all distribution of the book.

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"Jimi explained to me that when he was experiencing astral travel he had seen the auras of the planets which he described...He explained that while a person is living on Earth his or her spirit could actually leave the body for a period of time...we can behold visions from the past, present and future...He said that this power is called clairvoyance."
- Monika Dannemann

ABC News Nightline broadcast the following report on network television:

In 1974, a psychic working for the CIA drew sketches of the inside of a Soviet top-secret testing facility. The psychic had never been to the facility but he accurately described objects inside, descriptions that were confirmed by people who had been inside the facility. This incident convinced officials of the U.S. Government to begin a $20 million Top Secret program. For more than two decades, a psychic espionage program was directed by the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency. Hundreds of psychics were hired to describe people, places and things that they had never seen before from hundreds and thousands of miles away. Government scientists refer to this phenomenon as "Remote Viewing." Elsewhere it's known as Extra Sensory Perception, or ESP.

By 1996, psychic spying had been used in about 500 government cases. It was used to locate U.S. Brigadier General James Doizier who was kidnapped by Italian militants in 1982. For five years physicist Dale Graft directed the DIA's Remote Viewing program, code named Project Stargate. "Early on, as a physicist," recalls Graft, "I really wasn't sure if there was anything to this phenomenon. But if you go out in the field and you work with it over and over and you see some of these very interesting cases, it can't all be written off by chance."

Nuclear physicist Edwin May performed 1500 experiments for the government between 1975 and 1995 to test the scientific validity of Remote Viewing. "My main role in this was the guy doing the research," states May. "While I'm interested in applications, perhaps even intelligence applications, my main focus was to figure out how it works and what we can confirm in the laboratory, and to that extent we've had dramatic cases in the laboratory, both statistically important as well as visually compelling...About fifteen percent of our data, over fifteen hundred separate Remote Viewing trials, are of such a quality that you might think they were staged. But they were done in very tight protocols, the best that modern science, physics, physiology, and psychology could bring to bear on the issue. The remaining data is somewhat statistical so it's really hard to look at the data and say 'that's real,' but fifteen percent of it is extremely compelling. It's kind of like a native talent; those people who can do it, do it; those people who can't, can't."

Jessica Ucts, a University of California at Davis statistics professor, examined the evidence and reported, "Remote Viewing has been demonstrated over the twenty years of work that's been sponsored by the government. What it proves to me is that we don't quite understand either the nature of the mind or perhaps the nature of time and space. But there is some mystery out there that we need to solve."

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"Moondust" is the title Jimi gave to his screenplay for a movie intended to alert us to the coming asteroid impact. His handwritten screenplay for Moondust contains scenes about what he calls his "astral travels" - expanded perceptions from which he, involuntarily, glimpsed a remote view to sense the path of a rock aimed at Earth.

Remote Viewing was a native talent in Jimi. Hendrix possessed perceptions that represent an evolutionary leap for our species, a mutation for which Jimi is figurehead.

The subtitle of Rock Prophecy links together the words "Sex in World Religions." The book presents insights into the organization of human society, the direction of evolution, and extinction. All of these subjects (evolution, religion, sex, society, and extinction) published in Rock Prophecy in 1999 were systematically rebutted two years later by Paul Allen in his PBS program titled Evolution. Like The Da Vinci Code, Evolution overlaps with Rock Prophecy dozens of times on the topics of sex and religion (as well as evolution, brain mutations, and extinction). The excerpts below isolate the transcript sections of Evolution to place these ideas side-by-side with related paragraphs from Rock Prophecy.

The point is that Paul Allen became obsessed with my ideas and has systematically reacted to my writings for over a dozen years now. His intent is to have my works concealed, as he did with my writings for dozens of official Jimi Hendrix products, and then re-interpret my concepts to advance his dull, dumbed-down, dominator substitutes, as he did with the asteroid story, and also his 2003 PBS TV series titled The Blues.

The other point is the psychology that's rampant throughout this dominator culture, observable when the facts surrounding this case are presented to various groups of people. The reactions that we are gathering on film comprise the most important time capsule that will be left to commemorate and explain our late great civilization, soon to be blown away by asteroid impact...

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