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Last week Bob Doran wondered how the lion become synonymous with reggae music ("The Hum," Sept. 3). Amen, known as the hidden god, had a ram's head; all the fish are dying, and the church is going down thanks to pederasty ... all these things are related.

This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius Leo. As Bob Marley said, "half the story has never been told." The scientific basis for the Age is the precession of the equinoxes, which changes about every 2000 years. There are two equinoxes per year, and as written in Egyptian hieroglyphics "thy will be done, on earth as it is in the heavens." When the great cathedrals of Europe were built by masons still using ancient wisdom from Egypt, they lined up the naves so that the equinoctal sunrise would fall on the altar. The spirituality on the earth is symbolized in the stars — Pisces Virgo was the last 2,000 years and certainly Jesus the fish and Mary the virgin dominated the religious iconography of western civilization for the past 2,000 years. You can trace this back earlier to the ram's headed god of the Arian Age, the bull god imagery of the Taurean Age, which began 6,000 years ago...

What this means for us here now is that psychedelic reggae is COSMIC MANIFEST DESTINY and it will last for the next 2,000 years. Ask yourself: Why did the hippies move here to the westermost point of the west, and then the big reggae thing happened here too. Bob Marley is born Aquarius, and Jerry Garcia is born Leo. The dreadlocked hippie forest defender type represents god's highest ideal on the only planet where life is the true religion. Aquarius is the psychedelic, back-to-the-land, flower power hippies and Leo is the main symbol of the reggae international movement, respect.

The lyrics of the psychedelic and reggae music genres are like the bible of the new age. "Steal your face, right off your head."

  • Liam Newman, Arcata*
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