On this day, Aug 6, 69 years ago, some 70,000 people perished in Hiroshima, Japan, in what is possibly the single worst war crime in the history of mankind (some 25,000 died in the firebombing of Dresden in Feb 1945). Another 70,000 or so are believed to have died of radiation that followed the “Enola Gay” strike.
Deafening New World Order Media Silence
This morning, I burned Frankincense, Myrrh and Palo Santo and sprinkled Holy Water in memory of these victims of the first ever nuclear strike. But when I went online to see what other commemorations of this terrible event were taking place around the world, I could not find a single news item about it among the day’s top stories. But they did include Tiger Woods’ injury and same-sex marriage. And this five-year old story about Hiroshima from Boston.com.
“O tempora, o mores.” The times we live in! The zombies the New World Order is creating in our counrtry (see “Dumbing Down of America“).
Well, if you are reading these lines, at least you are not one of them. So I invite you to join me in a minute of silence to honor the victims of the world’s first nuclear bomb. And then reflect on what maybe 500 million dead might look like if the current New World Order plans come to pass (see Parallel Wars).
I recorded and posted this musical creation on VE-Day. Today, Aug 6, 2014 – I am rededicated it as HIROSHIMA REQUIEM.
Amazingly, I just realized that my original recording of the Beatles song Hey Jude took place on this very day two years ago! So it was meant to be…
BACH, PACHELBEL & BEATLES – ROCK & BAROQUE
Posted on MAY 8, 2014 by ALTZAR
“Who says medieval and modern don’t mix?” 🙂
That was the opening line of my first recording of a blend of the famous Pachelbel and Beatles’ tunes (see “Hey Dude,” Aug 6, 2012). Pachelbel’s “Canon in D” had come to me just over a month before (see Jamming with Pachelbel: St Vitus Day 2012 Peace Offering, 6-28-12). Paul McCartney jogged my musical memory with an outstanding performance of “Hey Jude” at the opening of the London 2012 Olympics.
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