Carved into the annals of rock ’n roll history is an enigmatic and legendary sound engineer who was affectionately known in the music industry as “Little Buddha.” Loved by musicians and producers for his mysterious and uncanny knack to produce hit after hit record, Little Buddha’s identity has remained a virtual secret until now as Preston Nichols comes forward and reveals his hidden role in the recording industry. Already famous for his involvement in time experiments known as the Montauk Project and heralded as one of the few people in the world who understand the true physics of time, Preston Nichols explains how subliminals and mind control were used to influence the masses who listened to rock ’n roll.
In "The Music of Time", Preston integrates his extensive knowledge of music with his insights into time and offers a new view of history and the universe. But, most chilling of all are his real life adventures. These include efforts by mysterious sources which enable Preston to parlay his resources into the ownership of different radio stations and enable him to set up his own facility for time travel research. At the same time, the hand of evil reaches into the equation and seeks to arrest Preston. Saved by a message from the future, he escapes that fate but cannot save his close colleague, John Ford, who is incarcerated without a trial and shipped off to a sanitarium for chal-lenging the most politically powerful man on Long Island.
"The Music of Time" is an intriguing look at the unknown history of the music business which leads to a human rights saga that will make patriotic Americans cringe. Told against the backdrop of time travel, a new millennium begins to unfold.
|Publisher:||Creative Circle Inc.|
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The latest entry in the Montauk Project series connects Preston Nichols' role as a sound engineer with many famous recording artists, with his role in the Montauk mind control research & time travel. Preston's stories continue to be so amazing and hard to disprove that you think they must be true in some way. He also has the technical knowledge to authenticate that he could have been in the position to experience what he claims. I'd personally like to see more corroboration from people Preston claims contact with, as well as an elaboration of what overall goals were involved in the Montauk mind control activities. If there were esoterically encoded commands in music to promote 'sex, drugs, & rock-n-roll,' then how would that fit into the larger conspiratorial agenda? That's not really well addressed here. Still, this is a very intriguing and exciting book.