John Lennon: 4-Inch Lock of Late Musician's Hair Sells for $35,000 at Dallas auction Heritage Auctions said Saturday that the hair, which was cut as Lennon prepared for filming “How I Won the War,” was purchased by Paul Fraser, a memorabilia collector based in the U.K.
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www.time-loops.net/Experiment_Philip.htm In the 1970's, a group of Canadian parapsychologists wanted to attempt an experiment to create a ghost, proving their theory that the human mind can produce spirits through expectation, imagination and visualization.
Within a few weeks, Philip made contact. Although he did not manifest in spiritual form, appearing as an apparition or ghost, he did make contact through a brief rap on the group's table. "Philip" answered questions that were consistent with his fictitious history, but was unable to provide any information beyond that which the group had conceived. However, "Philip" did give other historically accurate information about real events and people. The Owen group theorized that this latter information came from their own collective unconsciousness.
Another point of view is that even though Philip was completely fictional, the Owen group really did contact the spirit world. A playful (or perhaps demonic, some would argue) spirit took the opportunity of these séances to 'act' as Philip and produce the extraordinary psychokinetic phenomena recorded.
faustuscrow.wordpress.com/tag/the-dark-man/ For example, you can base the Slender Shadow Girl upon the Leannán sí, Fairy-Lover of Celtic lore, who in Scottish Gaelic is the, Leannan sìth, and in Manx, the Lhiannan shee. She is perceived to be a most beautiful Ghost woman of the Aos sí (people of the barrows) who abducts a human lover. Lovers of the Leannán sídhe are said to live brief, though highly inspired, lives. The name comes from the Gaelic words for a sweetheart, lover, or concubine and is also used as a term for a tumulus or (Agartha) burial mound.
"its usually around the time i imagine the drummer as a tibetan fire demon that the trouble begins"