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    Yes, thank you, that file was very good.

    I never stream audio if I can help it. Better to right-click and Save As to someplace I can find the file and stick it in a player (C:\, Desktop, My Documents, wherever).

    With that particular file, if you go to http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/55645 there where it says "Play this clip in your Computer's media player" is a link to the shell playlist file gen-mpegurl.m3u (at http://kpfa.org/cgi-bin/gen-mpegurl....28-Wed1300.mp3 ). All this is is a little note that says "play such and such in a media player." In this case, the note says "play http://aud1.kpfa.org:80//data/20091028-Wed1300.mp3 " (the little :80 after the top-domain address is just telling the player or browser to use port 80, the standard HTTP port)

    Just right-click on http://aud1.kpfa.org:80//data/20091028-Wed1300.mp3
    right here and choose Save As, it should download. I listened to it three times now, it's very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myra Bronstein View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    One hour audio on Manson HERE.

    With researcher and broadcaster, Mae Brussell. Originally aired in October 1971 on her radio program, Dialogue: Assassination, this show reveals Manson as a patsy and analyzes the so-called Manson murders as a premeditated political massacre...
    Thank you Peter. God Mae Brussell was so brilliant.

    Though I've only listened to half of this show. I tried the link provided and it didn't play. Then I tried the link someone provided at the KPFA site (http://aud1.kpfa.org/data/20091028-Wed1300.mp3) and it didn't seem to buffer correctly--kept starting and stopping--so I gave up on that one. The problem may be my ISP. So I'm still trying to come up with a way to hear the whole thing.

    What I did hear was excellent. She was comparing the regime's termination of the US progressive peace and love era with the US led coup in Greece.

    Dang, she did all this with newspaper clippings. Wonder what she would have done with the internet. Of course we can't know 'cause she died quite young of, you know, "cancer." The activist disease.
    Yeah, she was a phenomenon! Try here! She had an uncanny sense of what was going on and what would go on in the near future.....who knows what she'd have done had there been an internet....my guess is not use it, but have her 'sprouts' research on it and she'd piece the puzzle pieces together. :burnout:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen Reyes View Post
    Yes, thank you, that file was very good.

    I never stream audio if I can help it. Better to right-click and Save As to someplace I can find the file and stick it in a player (C:\, Desktop, My Documents, wherever).

    With that particular file, if you go to http://www.kpfa.org/archive/id/55645 there where it says "Play this clip in your Computer's media player" is a link to the shell playlist file gen-mpegurl.m3u (at http://kpfa.org/cgi-bin/gen-mpegurl....28-Wed1300.mp3 ). All this is is a little note that says "play such and such in a media player." In this case, the note says "play http://aud1.kpfa.org:80//data/20091028-Wed1300.mp3 " (the little :80 after the top-domain address is just telling the player or browser to use port 80, the standard HTTP port)

    Just right-click on http://aud1.kpfa.org:80//data/20091028-Wed1300.mp3
    right here and choose Save As, it should download. I listened to it three times now, it's very good.
    Oh, duh. Thank you Helen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan Klimkowski View Post
    Another section from Gorightly's The Shadow over Santa Susana:

    ... the juiciest lead in Krassner's research came when Mae Brussell informed him that an agent for Naval Intelligence named **** **** had met with Tex Watson prior to the murders. "Aha!" thought Krassner: L Ron Hubbard had been associated with Naval Intelligence. The Committee to Investigate Assassinations had also linked Lee Harvey Oswald with Naval Intelligence. Even the infamous Zodiac killer had left obsolete Naval Intelligence ciphers in his notes. ****, Brussell claimed, was taking courses at the Navy Postgraduate School - the Monterey Language School - where only intelligence officers were admitted. ****, she said, had used the cover of a "hippie artist", meanwhile working as an agent provocateur to infiltrate the Manson Family.

    According to Brussell, **** was the main drug supplier to the Family, and after the murders, he "cut his hair, put his shoes back on" and went back to work at the Monterey Language School, setting aside his guise of hippie, which had served its purpose, and was no longer of use. Prior to the shedding of his hippie accoutrements, **** had done artwork for a certain "underground" magazine, which predicted that the counterculture would devolve into witchcraft and violence. This magazine - Brussell went on to assert - "was a conduit for CIA funds for medical research in mind control, intelligence money for electrode implants and for LSD experiments, according to documents I got from the Pentagon".
    I wonder if said above "underground magazine" was in any way connected with the Process Church Of The Final Judgement?
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