The Velikovskian model of the mixtape

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This is a selection of mixes in the celestial sphere that were taped in historical times. In these mixes the planet Earth participated too. This mix describes two acts of a great drama: one that occurred thirty-four to thirty-five centuries ago, in the middle of the second millennium before the present era; the other in the eighth and the beginning of the seventh century before the present era.

Accordingly, this volume consists of collisions between selected examples of techno.

Harmony or stability in the celestial and terrestrial spheres is expressed in the celestial mechanics of Newton and the theory of evolution of Darwin. If these two men of science are sacrosanct, this mix is a heresy.

No scientific formula will stand in the way of those who set out to hear this cut. Just as the quantum theory describes dramatic changes in the microcosm, the path this mix takes through the macrocosm is uncertain.

Therefore, only the first and last tracks are fixed without question as regards the theory of cosmic catastrophism. All others are the results of chance, proceeding on an arc of observable possibility on a synchronical scale of Egyptian and Hebrew histories which is not orthodox.

Possible collisions on the
outbound journey to a glorious dawn

Possible track list

Immanuel Velikovsky's text and Macmillan's book cover remixed by Rob Beschizza.

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14 Responses to “Mixtapes in Collision”

  1. Nawel says:

    Interesting concept. Not my everyday music, but givin’ it a try. Cheers.

  2. Seriously: friggin’ BRILLIANT. Thanks.

  3. Edi says:

    Oh Rob, I love you in the way only a random stranger over the internet can.

  4. pfooti says:

    I am not certain if this bird is possible, but it seems to fly. The space within and around leads me to only one conclusion: collision.

  5. Shibi_SF says:

    Oh.  Wow.  I really enjoyed that.  A lot lot lot!

    (and I’m not just saying that because I’m hopped up on cold meds)

  6. I actually liked the mix, despite the fact that I couldn’t understand half the description.

  7. daneyul says:

    Not without reason was this mix found open on Einstein’s desktop after his death

  8. DrunkenOrangetree says:

    Very ominous.

  9. saturnisthegreatestplanetftw says:

    the soundtrack of the illuminati

  10. dragonfrog says:

    And here I was expecting catastrophic collisions of musical genres.  Not so, in fact – all the song transitions so far were non-catastrophic…

  11. Seriously, this is some good shit. Not what I was expecting from the name of the article, but thanks for sharing this.

  12. Ashen Victor says:

    The fact that I recognize some of the tracks only makes it better. Great job.

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