Rock Prophecy: Sex & Jimi Hendrix in World Religions - the Original Asteroid Prediction & Microsoft Connection

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ROCK PROPHECY is the original trigger for an avalanche of asteroid stories in recent media. Jimi's prediction kicked off a blitz led by Microsoft media partners. This new religion interprets history in ways dominators are most concerned to obstruct and crush. With novel insights into the hows and whys behind battles between the sexes, the symbols of religion, and collision of myths, Fairchild examines the clash of class that's created a Retarding of History, humanity's advance set back, defenseless against the ...
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ROCK PROPHECY is the original trigger for an avalanche of asteroid stories in recent media. Jimi's prediction kicked off a blitz led by Microsoft media partners. This new religion interprets history in ways dominators are most concerned to obstruct and crush. With novel insights into the hows and whys behind battles between the sexes, the symbols of religion, and collision of myths, Fairchild examines the clash of class that's created a Retarding of History, humanity's advance set back, defenseless against the Rock. ROCK PROPHECY defines Hendrix as central figurehead in a chain of explanations that transforms comprehension of everything - a revelation of eternal insight.

What Einstein did for physics, Fairchild does for metaphysics:
QUALity eQUALs eQUALity. ROCK PROPHECY defines the faith of Creation's Way - religion of the freeks. Get the Newest Testament, the bane of dominators - an Unmillennium for the Murderers of Earth. The origins and function of same-sex-attraction revealed: nature's Herd Thinners - avert-a-birth. The purpose of life explained. ROCK PROPHECY is a 380-page book, complete with Index and 989 footnotes.

About the Author

Michael Fairchild is the world's most widely read Hendrix scholar. Employed from 1989-1996 as the writer and consultant for the official Jimi Hendrix production company in Hollywood, CA., Fairchild's lengthy booklet notes, included with 14 officially released Jimi Hendrix CDs from MCA, Warner Records, and Polydor, are well known to several million readers worldwide. Fairchild also wrote the booklet text for Atlantic Record's 1994 Woodstock Diary CD retrospect of the 1969 festival, and he is the originator of the 1992-1995 Jimi Hendrix Exhibition World Tour. While working for Harper Collins on the 1993 book, Cherokee Mist: the Lost Writings of Jimi Hendrix, Fairchild grasped the vision of the Rock that Hendrix, the World Shaman, was fighting to communicate. At the same time, it was Fairchild's work and vision which orchestrated the purchase, by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, of some of the world's most intense collections of Hendrix memorabilia for Seattle's $100 million Experience Music Project "Hendrix Museum."

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  • ISBN-13: 9781929342020
  • Publisher: First Century Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/1999
  • Pages: 58

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2001

    Required Reading

    Rarely have I been so fascinated by a book that I read it nearly in one sitting. Rock Prophecy is such a book. My head is still spinning from the web of connections spun by Michael Fairchild. His analysis of Jimi Hendrix's prediction of an asteroid impact is in a class by itself, and that's just the start of a trip to the heart of our civilization's beliefs about religion and sexuality. Fairchild explains a slew of customs as being reasons why we today have no way of preventing asteroids from once again wiping out life on Earth. And as if this isn't enough, on top of this story the book exposes how the recent media glut of asteroid reports and films transpired after Microsoft billionaire Paul Allen began persecuting Fairchild, who was working with the Hendrix estate and writing about Hendrix's prediction of an asteroid impact. Fairchild's career was destroyed by Allen, who then went on to use his media empire to churn out asteroid stories assembly-line style. Certainly Rock Prophecy will endure as an all time classic, until a rock finally catches up with us all.

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