18 thoughts on “NEW INTERVIEW HERE WITH GEORGE ANN HUGHES”

  1. What an amazing intellectual journey you’ve undertaken, Dr. Farrell. You would appear to appreciate a good mystery. It’s not surprising then that, rather than cheapening an historical mystery with a deux ex machina ending, you instead practice an almost figurative bias in favor of non-alien explanations for pivotal historical developments.

    Bravo. It would be a gross dereliction of intellectual inquiry — and of good storytelling — to step over the historical details available to the intrepid and focus instead superficially upon sensational anecdotal accounts and half-baked legends.

    But having just broached the Roswell subject with a fellow admirer of yours, I thought I’d take it directly to you. Assuming that you believe an advanced craft indeed crashed in the deserts of New Mexico and was subsequently recovered by the military in 1947, do you really find it credible that the Nazis could have been the manufacturer?

    Wouldn’t that be a continuation of the “bumbling Nazi” meme? In other words, we would then have to believe that the Nazis, having developed a prototype anti-gravity craft replete with all the very latest high-tech Nazi gadgetry, were reckless enough to move this potential flagship “across the Pond”, or up from Argentina, and fly it within the vicinity of one of the most sensitive American installations — where they abruptly lost the craft to us.

    Were they simply showing it off — trying to scare us? Were they spying from above with the most advanced, most secreted project imaginable? Why take the risk? The war was over; and they clearly had comrades working both for us and likely also for them.

    To me, arguing that the Roswell craft was of Nazi manufacture relies upon a cheap view of the “enemy”. Bumbling bad guys only make for good pulp fiction. Particularly given the mountain of UFO witness testimony since the Roswell story re-emerged, isn’t it much more likely that the craft was actually alien?

  2. as I’m a professional musician and have been awed by the work/research of Scottish musicologist Robert Newman who continues to do work proving almost everything attributed to Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, etc. was not written by them but, instead, a conglomeration of composers who were simply lumped together under a few headlines/sales-gimmicks (see above under names Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven) to sell music (yes, we continue to live in a world of corruption and not even so-called “classical music” has been spared corruption- why should it have been?);

    are we to assume the ‘Bach family’ back then was any different?- I agree with Dr. Farrell on the fact that what has been attributed to “J.S. Bach” is very special, enlightening, ground-breaking but I hardly think it can be attributed to just one single person at that time; several were probably involved;

    as for the Knights Templar: I’m still trying to make heads or tails out of this subject; at times they seemed to be in-cahoots with the Vatican, other times against it; but I bet there were different bribed factions within each pro/con segment on either side at any given time;

    can’t wait for your new book, Dr. Farrell; hope it won’t be too ‘messy’ for me to finally make at least a slight semblance/understanding of the Knights Templar history-

    please continue to be well Dr. Farrell and all-

    Larry

    1. Larry, say it ain’t so about Haydn, after who my great grand son was named. lol. I had not heard anything about this before.

      Yes, I agree, Dr. Farrell is on the right tract with his research on the Templar connections through the middle ages. I think he is the correct person to unravel that mess. His integrity and measured discernment are great assets in that project. As a Portugal Templar for many years(yes Portugal is loaded with Templar history, later known as The Knights Of Christ) I researched various threads and the insiders do not want to stray from the “company line” if you get what I mean. I will have to say that the modern Templar groups as well as Masons are little more than groups of older men that have places to meet and eat… and drink. I lectured about the York Rite across central Florida for years and it was very gratifying as well as illuminating. I’m no longer active. I have a lot of old books on freemasonry, including Pike’s Opus Magnum” and they are available to JPF if he ever decides to research masonry. Again, the scholars in this field are stuck with an artificial agenda set out by Grand Lodge of England around 1700s. Anyway, I look forward to the book.

      db

      1. BetelgeuseT-1

        Don B, do you know anything about the Norman Hall at the Grand Lodge, Philadelphia?

        1. Betelgeuse…., I have never been to Norman Hall as my work has never taken me to Philly, but other folks have spoken about it. Its similar to other masonic lodges and temples, but more elaborate, in that it is steeped in math, alchemy, and kabbalah. It also has that aura and feeling of sacredness that many of the early cathedrals held. Have you had any experience with it? I left freemasonry 10-12 years ago, because like other institutions in this country, it lost its soul. All the masonic structures in D C are well worth the time of touring if you have not done so.

          Best regards,
          db

          1. BetelgeuseT-1

            db,
            According to one researcher, the wall decorations in the Norman Hall depict the secret of anti-gravity, exactly as used by Ed Leedskalnin.
            Take it for what you will.

    2. Larry!

      First, let me say ‘Thank you’ for making me aware of the work of Robert Newman a month or two ago.

      I read and listened all he had said in public until now, and even contacted him personally for additional comments. Robert Newman clearly says in both writing and on the Red Ice interview, that while the said trio of composers was manufactured and elevated, Bach was – forgotten. Rather than a product, his fame became a victim of the secret elites. tellingly, Newman never insinuates anything regarding Bach’s family.

      “are we to assume the ‘Bach family’ back then was any different”?

      I answer in the positive. We can change our opinion on Bach and his family only if we’re provided with suitable evidence. From the facts that Marcel Duchamp is overrated & that Pasternak was elevated only for the Cold War interests, it doesn’t follow that Goya is overrated too; or that Tolstoy was artificially elevated.

      We know some misattributions regarding Bach’s oeuvre have happened, but that’s neither here nor there. If you’re serious, you take a look at how much has who profited from Bach.

      1. “If you’re serious, you take a look at how much has who profited from Bach”-

        I’m not trying to be cynical or otherwise; the fact is the word “profits”; so who the most has profited the most from music sales of bogus composer “icons”?- the music industry-

        I realized much too late in life that my career as an opera singer was being manipulated totally out of financial interests (not all in my favor)-

        by the way, I’m very “serious” otherwise I wouldn’t have posted my original comment nor would I have bothered to respond to your comment-

        please continue to be well!

        Larry 🙂

        P.S. yes, I’ve also had Email contact with Mr. Newman; he’s an incredibly intelligent man not to mention a grand gentleman

    3. Larry: ….I agree with Dr. Farrell on the fact that what has been attributed to “J.S. Bach” is very special, enlightening, ground-breaking but I hardly think it can be attributed to just one single person at that time; several were probably involved….

      Sorry, I responded before actually reading this passage.

    4. Larry, regarding Robert Newman.
      What he’s saying about Mozart is still happening today.
      Just recently, “Japan’s Beethoven” has been unmasked as a fake. The man claimed to have composed many symphonies, “Hiroshima” being his masterpiece.
      Turns out that not only was he not a composer, he wasn’t even deaf either (which he claimed he was).
      All his pieces were written by a so-called “shadow writer”.
      This story was all over the Japanese news for weeks.

      This sort of stuff has been going on for a long time, not just in music.
      No better example than Egyptian temples (and pyramids!) being attributed to certain individuals just because their name happens to be on the structures.
      In many cases, the writings were added long after the structures were built.
      The most obvious case being one of the “boxes” inside the Serapeum. Had the privilege of visiting this place recently and have seen this glaring anomaly with my own eyes.
      And it is writing that traditional Egyptology uses to date these structures!

      As said, this sort of stuff goes back a long way…

      1. I couldn’t agree with you more; the level of deception (not just “classical” music- it’s just fringe entertainment) under which we are all living boggles the mind

  3. marcos toledo

    I can’t login to any of the two interviews when I try the screen goes dark do know what’s happening?

    1. Right clicking on the link should give you options, or go to GeorgeAnn’s guest page and scroll down below Spanky’s picture for both interviews in the June listings.
      http://www.thebyteshow.com/Guests.html
      This one is not to be missed … I’d like to know about the clues, the symbolism, in the design of the book cover … It also whets one’s appetite for attending the conference where Dr Farrell says he will be revealing some new information. I’m keeping Mike Flanchered’s ‘skewed pronunciation’ alongside, the link is in my favorites and gets played often 😉 Thank you Dr Farrell and GeorgeAnn for all the wonderful conversations! The knowledge for me is ‘alchemical’ …

      1. marcos toledo

        Thanks Margaret just finish listening to the JPF interview I want this book messy history true history always messy. I fist read of the Sinclair-Zeno Brothers American expedition in They All Discovered America in the early sixties. Later in a book on Henry Sinclair by Pohl Anderson not the science fiction same name different men. So the Fourth Crusade was a looting expedition probably like the looting operation in the Americas over two centuries later which still going on today. By the way the in story is that Christopher Columbus is that his family was Spanish but then how they twist history in the West not the only place on Earth who knows.

  4. This new book is “messy,” you say, but I thought George Ann’s description was even better – “mind blowing!”

    Now, if I can only delete Mike Flanchered’s humorously-skewed pronunciation of the book title from my mind….:)

    Thanks for this interview, and thanks George Ann.

  5. Robert Barricklow

    Whets one’s appetite for your new book.
    Any idea when it may be available?

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